A look at what got the news, and interest of the Telegraph’s readers, this past weekend.
A little bit later than normal, also presenting some news that would normally not catch the news. 😉 By Danny Boyle Good evening. Russia claims a successful test of its “Satan II” missile. We explore what that means, plus have the Autumn Statement fallout. Evening briefing: Friday’s essential headlines Nuclear tensions | Russia today carriedContinue reading “2022 November 19 Friday’s news by the Telegraph”
Some might think that when the Russian troops left Kherson that could be the beginning of the end of war. But Russia lets them feel it shall not stop until Ukraine is all theirs.
By Danny Boyle Good evening. In the middle of the G20 summit of world leaders, a barrage of missiles today hit cities across Ukraine – sparking mass power outages and blazes, such as on a Kyiv apartment block above. Evening briefing: Today’s essential headlines Dominic Raab | Foreign Office staff ‘scared’ to enter his officeContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 15”
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.
Could there be a turning point in the battle for Ukraine?
By Danny Boyle Ahead of next week’s G20 summit, Volodymyr Zelensky is being advised to drop his refusal to talk to Russia – as he and Rishi Sunak, above, discussed how to confront Russian officials. Sunak and Zelensky discuss how to confront Russia As world leaders prepare for a showdown with Vladimir Putin at nextContinue reading “Danny Boyle presenting his selection for 2022 November 11”
By Chris Price Good evening. Donald Trump’s ambitions for another run at the White House are hanging in the balance after the Democrats surpassed expectations in the US midterms, where key voter trends are emerging. Evening briefing: Today’s essential headlines Just Stop Oil | It is “only a matter of time” before someone is killedContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2022 November 10”
The word of the year may well be permacrisis, but every day we can encounter similar phenomena as in the past, like war, disease, financial disaster and many other problems, so also in November 2022.
What was supposed to be drunk as a victory drink was left behind unexpectedly.