The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been accused of taking a private photographer into Buckingham Palace without permission during their farewell tour in Britain. Meanwhile, all eyes were on the Prince and Princess of Wales as they appeared on the green carpet at the Earthshot Prize Awards in Boston. Headlines: Saturday’s essential news RoyalsContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Saturday 2022 December 03”
Starting in 2025, France will require manufacturers to install filters in their washing machines to catch microplastics—a measure the European Commission is considering as well. Even if your machine doesn’t come with a filter, you can buy one that snaps on. Filtrol, for example, says its reusable mesh filter removes 89% of the fibers that peelContinue reading “Washing machines manufacturers to install filters in their washing machines”
A look at what got the news, and interest of the Telegraph’s readers, this past weekend.
If you would have missed the news over the weekend of 12-14 November, here is a summary of some news events that should be allowed to grab your attention.
Italy’s newly elected Prime Minister and leader of the nationalist Brothers of Italy, Giorgia Meloni, heads a political party which is rooted in ideologies of the far-right and has a history of being against LGBTQI rights. That choice for the far-right is followed by other countries in the European Union, bringing democracy, free expression and free choice in danger.
Braverman about the refugees asks to stop pretending that they are all refugees in distress and says illegal migration is out of control. Conditions at the Manston short-term holding facility have come under increased scrutiny people being held there for “too long,” including children who had been detained for up to 48 hours, which inspectors described as “unacceptable.”
07 September 2022 Does the new broom in Downing Street bring even a hint of rapprochement between Britain and the EU? Will Liz Truss reach out in friendship as Vladimir Putin steps up his energy war on Europe or will the zero-sum approach of the Johnson era also define the new prime minister’s? Truss hasContinue reading “This was Europe in the first half of September (by the Guardian)”
By Chris Price Good morning. The Prime Minister and the Chancellor’s efforts to balance the books could see them target energy firms again. Meanwhile, Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover could allow Donald Trump to return. Rishi Sunak plans to expand windfall tax grab Rishi Sunak is drawing up plans to expand the windfall tax on energyContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022/10/28”
About France privately “furious” with Berlin, Britain’s ‘weirdest’ town, disputes by Tories and chaos in Westminster,
By Amelia Nierenberg Writer, Briefings August 29 We’re covering artillery strikes near a nuclear plant in Ukraine and a political scandal in Finland. Shelling around the Zaporizhzhia power plant has raised fears of a catastrophic nuclear accident.David Guttenfelder for The New York Times Attacks near Ukraine nuclear plant intensify Russian artillery strikes continued near theContinue reading “New York Times view for 2022 August 29 – September 04”