By Matthew Robinson Labour is preparing for a tax raid on up to two million pension pots with a plan to reverse the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the lifetime contributions cap. And Nicola Sturgeon has denied that the SNP is in crisis after it was revealed that more than 40 per cent of the party’sContinue reading “What The Telegraph brought in the news on Friday 2023 March 17”
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The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2023 March 16
By Matthew Robinson The Bank of England is in emergency talks with international counterparts as the crisis deepens at Credit Suisse. And Gary Lineker believed he had a “special arrangement” with the BBC, his agent has claimed in the wake of the impartiality row. Crisis at Credit Suisse casts shadow over Budget One of Europe’sContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2023 March 16”
The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 March 10
By Sam Hall Good evening. Rishi Sunak said cooperation between the UK and France on tackling the small boats crisis is now at an “unprecedented level”, after agreeing a £500 million deal with Emmanuel Macron. We also have the latest as the BBC told Gary Lineker to “step back” from presenting Match of the Day.Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 March 10”
The Telegraph Frontpage of 2023 March 08
By Sam Hall & Matthew Robinson Good evening. The chairman of the health select committee lobbied the head of the NHS on behalf of a firm paying him £1,600 a month, The Telegraph can reveal as part of The Lockdown Files. The Lockdown Files, reveals Sir Chris Whitty advised ministers that a Covid vaccine couldContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage of 2023 March 08”
Scholz gives the green light on tanks – but why did it take so long?
Scholz has long argued that he needed to ensure that Germany and Nato would not become “warring parties” and Germany accused of “going it alone”.
Climate activists say Big Oil is taking cycling fans for a ride
Cycling teams draw most of their budgets from sponsorship, making them a particular target for Big Oil dollars simply because it’s so hard to turn the money away.
2023 January 10 Beyond Brexit
With Europe faced with the biggest, bloodiest war on the Continent since 1945, the European Union and Nato on Tuesday agreed that it would be easier and safer to rely on the United States for security.
Food poverty increased
It is distressing to know that even though we live in a ‘luxury country’ there is so much hidden poverty, which is increasing, and more people have to resort to food banks.
2023 Wednesday morning briefing January 04
January 4, 2023 By Natasha Frost Writer, Briefings Good morning. We’re covering the high price for Ukraine of responding to Russia’s drone attacks, and a provocative visit by a new Israeli minister. Ukraine has begun using searchlights to spot drones. Gleb Garanich/Reuters The costs of Ukraine’s defense Over the New Year’s weekend, Russia sent aboutContinue reading “2023 Wednesday morning briefing January 04”
The Telegraph Frontpage Tuesday December 03
I want my father and brother back, says Duke of Sussex Credit: CBS News 60 Minutes The Duke of Sussex has accused his family of showing no willingness to reconcile, saying: “I would like to get my father back. I would like to have my brother back.” Prince Harry said: “It never needed to beContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage Tuesday December 03”