There was a time when the very existence of a blind trust was news in itself – the existence of Peter Mandelson’s blind trust when he was a minister in Tony Blair’s government was a row in itself in 2009.
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What The Telegraph brought in the news on Friday 2023 March 17
By Matthew Robinson Labour is preparing for a tax raid on up to two million pension pots with a plan to reverse the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the lifetime contributions cap. And Nicola Sturgeon has denied that the SNP is in crisis after it was revealed that more than 40 per cent of the party’sContinue reading “What The Telegraph brought in the news on Friday 2023 March 17”
The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2023 March 16
By Matthew Robinson The Bank of England is in emergency talks with international counterparts as the crisis deepens at Credit Suisse. And Gary Lineker believed he had a “special arrangement” with the BBC, his agent has claimed in the wake of the impartiality row. Crisis at Credit Suisse casts shadow over Budget One of Europe’sContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2023 March 16”
Despite centrist stitch-ups, the left struggles on in Labour
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We must salute those who decide to ‘stay and fight’ — but what we can reasonably expect to win now after three years of Keir Starmer’s onslaught is much reduced, says NICK WRIGHT writing in the Morning Star ABOVE: THE SPIRIT REMAINS: Jeremy Corbyn with members of the NEU at rally,…
Conservatives continue to haemorrhage support among voters and councillors
Afternoon, Conservatives continue to haemorrhage support among voters and councillors A crumb of comfort for the Tories today with the latest GDP data this morning showing the UK’s economy flatlined in the last three months of 2022, helping the nation to narrowly avoid a recession. That is about it though with Electoral Calculus’s Martin BaxterContinue reading “Conservatives continue to haemorrhage support among voters and councillors”
The problem at the heart of Sunak’s operation
Trussonomics is back
Westminster has dragged trans people into its attack on Scotland’s powers
Resentment among party members concerns the approval or disapproval of the gender recognition reform act.
Labour split on trans issues
Children as young as 13 should be “taken seriously” if they want to change their gender.
The Telegraph looking at the world 2022 December 29
Good morning. A landmark review by William Shawcross, pictured above, into the Government’s flagship Prevent programme has found that taxpayers’ money has been handed to groups promoting Islamist extremism. Meanwhile, teachers’ unions fear that ballots for national strike action in 2023 have been put at risk by postal strikes. Headlines: Today’s essential news ChinaContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at the world 2022 December 29”
The Telegraph Frontpage for Boxing Day 2022
The King has urged the public to find hope at a time of “great anxiety and hardship”, in his first Christmas broadcast. Plus, the Government will stop publishing Covid modelling in the new year, The Telegraph understands. Headlines: Today’s essential news Christmas message | In his first festive broadcast, the King recognised the difficulties experiencedContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Boxing Day 2022”