By Danny Boyle & “Some View on the World” team As Cop27 begins in Egypt, No 10 could be forced to pay out to poorer countries hit by climate disasters. The Prime Minister, pictured arriving for the summit, is considering this while drawing up plans for sweeping domestic tax rises and spending cuts. Britain opens theContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022 November 07”
What was in the news this weekend Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian acknowledged for the first time on Nov. 5 that his country had provided drones to Russia, but claimed that it happened before Russia’s full-scale invasion. Iran exploits Russia’s dependence on kamikaze drone supplies. The Institute for the Study of War said in itsContinue reading “Headings for the weekend of 2022 November 06-07”
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.
August 08 US Democrats finally have something to celebrate. President Joe Biden emerged from a prolonged period of isolation due to Covid-19 right as a massive $430 billion climate, energy and tax bill that was critical to his domestic agenda was passed by the Senate yesterday. His party was disciplined in just getting it done, showingContinue reading “2nd week of August 2022 by Bloomberg”
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The war went on in Ukraine but a first war criminal was convicted, whilst the world faced higher costs of living and the partygate scandal in the UK continued shamelessly.