Looking at the UK which the IMF downgraded its 2023 UK growth forecast by more than any other G7 nation, blaming the prospect of a deeper recession on “tighter fiscal and monetary policies”.
So, we’ve finally reached the end of 2022 and we can honestly say that it didn’t come soon enough. The past 12 months has been one of the most newsworthy in quite some time as it often felt that there was never a dull moment and most of it wasn’t for good reasons either.Continue reading “Say Hello to 2023, Wave Goodbye to 2022”
By Danny Boyle Thousands of ambulance staff have today gone on strike for the first time in three decades, with warnings that patient safety cannot be guaranteed. We have a guide to what to expect in each area. Home births scrapped amid strike transport fears As paramedics and crews go on strike today, the HealthContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Wednesday 2022 December 21”
By Danny Boyle Lionel Messi has finally won the trophy that he craved most of all. We have full coverage from the World Cup final in Qatar – as well as the likely impact of this week’s NHS strikes. ‘Greatest’ World Cup final decided on penalties Lionel Messi is celebrating a career-defining World Cup triumphContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Mondy 2022 December 19”
As Britain enters a cold snap, the country faces the first major test of its energy resilience since the start of the Ukraine war – and the full impact of this month’s strikes is becoming clearer.
By Danny Boyle After a threatened Tory rebellion, house-building targets are being watered down. We also analyse why all is not what it seems with the Sussexes’ latest Netflix trailer, above. Town halls to be allowed to build fewer homes In the face of rebellions by backbench Conservatives, Rishi Sunak has climbed down on keyContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Tuesday 2022 December 06”
By Danny Boyle Rishi Sunak has taken aim at China, as he signalled an ‘evolutionary leap’ in British foreign policy. In Qatar, England are set to face Wales in the World Cup – and revenge is on the menu. Sunak rejects idea trade will lead to democracy In his first major policy speech since becomingContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 29”
A look at what happened and got in the news on 24-25 November 2022
A look at what got the news, and interest of the Telegraph’s readers, this past weekend.
Jeff Bezos got nearly $300,000 to start a small online bookstore that was statistically unlikely to succeed (most small businesses fail within their first years). Elon Musk acquired several thousands of dollars in his first projects, and Tesla often gets subsidies in hundreds of millions of dollars from the American government. In stark contrast,Continue reading “Not rewarding virtue, talent, worthiness or hard work”