If you missed it previously July 19 A police officer gave water to a British soldier guarding Buckingham Palace yesterday.Matt Dunham/Associated Press Britain sizzles under a heat wave Temperatures in Britain neared a record high yesterday as blistering heat swept the country. By midafternoon, Wales had recorded its highest-ever temperature: The thermometer hit 37.1 degreesContinue reading “The New York Times looking at the world in 2022 for the last days of July”
In Groot Brittannië is de inflatie erg toegenomen en zijn er heel wat mensen die hun toevlucht moeten gaan zoeken bij voedselbanken en gaarkeukens. Men moet de inflatie onder controle te krijgen om een recessie en stagflatie te vermijden.
Good afternoon. We hope you’ve had a sunny weekend wherever you are. If you’re in the UK you’d be forgiven for being overwhelmed with the political chaos of the past few days. However, there’s been plenty of good news happening elsewhere this week: from Sierra Leone’s expansion of women’s rights to the unexpected recovery ofContinue reading “The Guardian reviewing July 04 – July 10 of 2022”
A selection of articles to read, from The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 May 14-20
Rather than a distressing violation of the post-Cold War norm, the Russian invasion of Ukraine that started at the end of February 2022, feels like a decisive end to the era that Bush proclaimed on the White House Lawn.
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.