By Danny Boyle Yesterday train services have been severely disrupted after rail workers walked out in the first of a wave of 48-hour strikes. But how dedicated to the action are union members? The head of Network Rail has told us why he thinks RMT boss Mick Lynch, above, is lashing out. The big story:Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 Wednesday December 14”
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Ukrainian flags fly over Kherson again
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.
Caution that Russians do not lay traps
It would be nice if one had the words of the Kremlin but it can be a very dangerous trap.
Russia’s retreat from Kherson
Could there be a turning point in the battle for Ukraine?
The Week of 2022 September 26 – October 02
September 2022 coming to an end with severe storms.
a Victory drink left behind unexpectedly
What was supposed to be drunk as a victory drink was left behind unexpectedly.
The Week of 2022 September 19 – 25
September 19 Hurricane Fiona leaves Puerto Rico without power Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico’s southwest coast with heavy rains and maximum sustained winds of 85 miles per hour on Sunday, triggering landslides and knocking out a power grid still recovering from Hurricane Maria five years ago. The storm downed electricity transmission lines, causing a “blackoutContinue reading “The Week of 2022 September 19 – 25”
The Telegraph’s headlines for 2022/10/20
About France privately “furious” with Berlin, Britain’s ‘weirdest’ town, disputes by Tories and chaos in Westminster,
Pseudo-referendum, Kerch bridge in Crimea and Ukraine claiming to retrieve what it owns
Following the explosion at the Crimean Bridge, Putin gave the order to have the largest-scale coordinated missile attack against Ukraine since the full-scale invasion began on Feb. 24.
216 days the war in Ukraine goes on
The referendum in the southern regions of Ukraine seems to be a farce,