The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 April 30 – May 6

From scandal in the House of Commons to the continuing invasion of Ukraine, it’s been another eventful week in the news. Catch up on the latest world events with these hand-picked stories. ‘Putin has now made his fourth calamitous error.’ Jeremy Warner explains how the Kremlin miscalculated Europe’s reaction to its oil and gas blackmailContinue reading “The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 April 30 – May 6”

Mix of strong demand and limited supply igniting inflation

Europe is facing sky-high prices, with many households ending up in financial difficulties. Government leaders must do something about this before it goes off the rails.

How long will it take before Conservative MPs will reach the conclusion that the prime minister needs to go?

One wonders what will have to pass before the British realise that this circus game with their Prime Minister has to come to an end before more damage is done to the conservative party but also to the faith in British politicians and politics.

Adar Aleph the month Russia invaded Ukraine

This Adar Aleph, Russia invaded Ukraine, still the Jewish People chose to do acts of rejoicing

The week of February the 16th 2022 by The Telegraph

The Telegraph looks at the events of the week of the 16th of February 2022.

January 31 – February 4 by the eyes of the Telegraph

A look at some articles in the Daily Telegraph from January 31 – February 4.

Britain leading the way with military support for Ukraine

Britain (the king of the south) is leading the way with military support for Ukraine, starting to military provoke Russia (Gog).

Police investigation into “partygate” “incredibly serious” – Whips and advisers not above the law

In Great Britain the Speaker has said that Government whips and advisers are “not above the law”, following one minister’s claim that several MPs who oppose Boris Johnson had been subjected to “pressures and intimidation”. The Prime Minister has stated that he will not quit if the rebels force a no confidence vote. However, fiveContinue reading “Police investigation into “partygate” “incredibly serious” – Whips and advisers not above the law”

The winter of discontent – Crisis? What Crisis? Which Crisis?

More than one crisis Britain is facing, whilst the prime minister is trying to take off attention from his stupidities and willingly or not realising he is taking the country deeper into a major crisis period.

With omicron there are many alarming uncertainties but the biggest cumulative risk we are about to take is with the economy

Sherelle Jacobs of the Telegraph finds that we cannot go on living like this. Great-Britain, as a majority-vaccinated country, cannot go on suffering the permanent threat of lockdown restrictions, for fear the health service could be overwhelmed. She writes: We cannot go on being plunged into panic by pessimistic modelling that has consistently been provedContinue reading “With omicron there are many alarming uncertainties but the biggest cumulative risk we are about to take is with the economy”

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