By Danny Boyle As temperatures drop, demand for electricity rises. For the first time, energy customers are set to be paid to cut consumption. Also today, Boris Johnson has entered the Ukraine tanks row, above. National Grid ready to pay customers to switch off Turn off to earn. Households will be paid for reducing theirContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Monday 2023 January 23”
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The Telegraph Weekly highlights for the weekend of 2022 December 10-11
Dear Some View on the World reader, Gain a clearer perspective on the stories that matter to you. Take a moment to reflect with our hand-picked articles below. Here is a selection of articles we think you’ll be interested in today. Metropolitan Police officer charged with two counts of rape Britain’s jobless crisis fuelled byContinue reading “The Telegraph Weekly highlights for the weekend of 2022 December 10-11”
What was at stake in Sharm El-Sheikh
Whilst the cost of inaction is far, far greater than the cost of inaction for many countries, it was difficult to come to an agreement to contribute to a fund helping those countries most affected by pollution from the industrial and most polluting countries.
EU Commission proposing an emergency intervention in Europe’s energy markets to tackle dramatic price rises
The EU Commission is bringing further proposals to the table which Member States can swiftly adopt and implement, to ease the pressure on households and businesses.
Teachers unions, White House host town hall to demand in-person learning as school year starts
There was a great deal more lamentation about the impact of school closures on students’ standardised test scores than on the long-term effects of COVID-19, grief, or prolonged anxiety about the disease itself.
The Telegraph looking at the second week of August 2022
August 08 Big-name charities resume controversial fundraising tactic Family stumble across cache of firearms while paddling in pond The Real Windsors: Queen of Steel, review: Her Majesty recast as Logan Roy from Succession Gurinder Chadha: ‘People get defensive about the British Empire but it’s our shared history’ August 09 By Danny Boyle We knew itContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at the second week of August 2022”
Balance of power in the first week of August 2022
August 01 There was some rare good news out of Ukraine today when a vessel loaded with 26,000 tons of corn left the port of Odesa — the first legal shipment of grain since Russia’s invasion began in late February. It’s a small step but potentially significant for some of the world’s poorest countries asContinue reading “Balance of power in the first week of August 2022”
Our selection from Bloomberg July 18 -July 24
July 18 Having left parts of southern Europe in flames, the continental heatwave is bearing down on the British Isles. That may be a boon for UK seaside resorts, but it’s not a cause for celebration. The Met Office has issued a red alert warning for this week, with southern England bracing for temperatures ofContinue reading “Our selection from Bloomberg July 18 -July 24”
The Guardian Headlines for 2022 July 11 -July 17
July 11 Exclusive / Uber broke laws, duped police and secretly lobbied governments, leak reveals 124,000 documents expose inner workings behind US tech firm’s rise as a global empire responsible for 19m journeys a day ‘Violence guarantees success’ / How Uber exploited taxi protests for strategic gain ‘Kill switch’ / Uber bosses told staff toContinue reading “The Guardian Headlines for 2022 July 11 -July 17”
G7 agreed to ban or phase out Russian oil and gas imports
At last, on Sunday, before Putin’s great parade in Moscow, the G7 or Group of Seven nations, including the United States, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, and Britain, the seven largest “advanced” economies, agreed to ban or phase out Russian oil and gas imports in response to Moscow’s Ukraine invasion. We only can hopeContinue reading “G7 agreed to ban or phase out Russian oil and gas imports”