It is clear that both the Tories and Labour are finally narrowing their gaze on the people who matter: voters.
By Danny Boyle Beijing is facing unprecedented disobedience as anti-lockdown demonstrations spread across China. We have the latest from on the ground – and the response of stock markets. Anti-lockdown marches sweep China in threat to Xi It is the most direct challenge to Beijing since the Tiananmen Square protests. Chinese protesters have called forContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 28”
By Danny Boyle England begin their bid for World Cup 2022 glory today – and face potential Fifa punishments for their on-pitch activism. We have the latest from Doha ahead of the team’s first game against Iran. Kane faces instant yellow card for One Love armband As England prepare for their first Qatar World CupContinue reading “The Telegraph for Monday 21 November 2022”
After 12 years of Tory failure, the British people deserve so much better than a revolving door of chaos with Tory’s leadership carrousel.
About France privately “furious” with Berlin, Britain’s ‘weirdest’ town, disputes by Tories and chaos in Westminster,
September 05 By Danny Boyle After seven weeks, the Tory leadership contest comes to a close today – and Liz Truss is widely expected to win the race. We look at what she will do if she becomes Britain’s new prime minister. Truss could freeze bills to avoid energy ‘Armageddon’ By lunchtime, we will knowContinue reading “The Telegraph 2022 September 05 – 11”
August 15 By Danny Boyle The heatwave is set to be broken by thunderstorms, but they are unlikely to help shrinking water supplies. And, as A-level students await their results, we explain why they might be disappointed. Prepare to be disappointed with A-levels, pupils told A-level students are receiving their results this week – andContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at the third week of August 2022”
Good afternoon. We hope you’ve had a sunny weekend wherever you are. If you’re in the UK you’d be forgiven for being overwhelmed with the political chaos of the past few days. However, there’s been plenty of good news happening elsewhere this week: from Sierra Leone’s expansion of women’s rights to the unexpected recovery ofContinue reading “The Guardian reviewing July 04 – July 10 of 2022”
Did Boris Johnson’s survival of a no-confidence vote cause you to emit a bloodcurdling midsummer night’s scream?
From Rishi Sunak’s rescue plan to gun violence in America, it’s been an eventful week in the news.