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The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 November 25

A look at what happened and got in the news on 24-25 November 2022

The telegraph Frontpage for Tuesday 2022 November 22

These days, one cannot help but hear many reports about Qatar, human rights and football (or soccer) games.

The Telegraph for Monday 21 November 2022

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”

The Telegraph for the weekend of 2022 November 19-20

A look at what got the news, and interest of the Telegraph’s readers, this past weekend.

The Telegraph looking at the 4th week of August 2022

During Brexit negotiations, it was clear that the UK was not willing to pay the painful economic price Credit: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Britain must show the EU it’s not all talk and no trousers when it comes to ‘no deal’ Britain is yet to follow through on a single “no deal” threat it has madeContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at the 4th week of August 2022”

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.

Expected actions following a published report

How can Johnson’s partisans say that he is not held personally responsible for what went on in Downing Street Nr. 10?

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”

Looking at 2021 in a nutshell

A brief overview of what is most noteworthy to remember about the 2021 events.

About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated

It might well be that in the developed countries Christians may be in the majority, but everywhere in the capitalist states we see that having an active faith is not anymore of importance. The latest Pew Research Center survey of the religious composition of the United States finds the religiously unaffiliated share of the publicContinue reading “About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated”