Looking at the UK which the IMF downgraded its 2023 UK growth forecast by more than any other G7 nation, blaming the prospect of a deeper recession on “tighter fiscal and monetary policies”.
By Danny Boyle After the Prime Minister sacked Tory chairman Nadhim Zahawi, his allies claim that Rishi Sunak rushed to remove him for political expediency. Our team in Westminster cover the fallout. PM ‘sacked Nadhim Zahawi without a fair hearing’ For weeks, he insisted that he had done nothing wrong. Yesterday, Nadhim Zahawi was sackedContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2023 Monday 30”
By Danny Boyle & Sam Hall Berlin is expected to announce a decision today on the export of powerful German-made Leopard 2 battle tanks that have been long sought by Kyiv. We examine what it means for Ukraine’s fight. Germany and United States agree to give Kyiv tanks Could this be a turning point inContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Wednesday 2023 January 25”
By Danny Boyle A report today warns how China can exploit laptops, cars, fridges and more smart devices to spy on the UK. Also this morning, an MP is calling for an inquiry into failings in the case of an Afghan double killer who snuck into Britain posing as a 14-year-old – pictured above, left,Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Tuesday 2023 January 24”
Rishi Sunak has asked his independent ethics adviser Sir Laurie Magnus to look into the tax affairs of Nadhim Zahawi, as “clearly in this case there are questions that need answering”. The PM stepped in after Zahawi’s friends insisted the chairman of the Conservative Party was not planning to resign amid a furore over hisContinue reading “Five minutes to midnight on Zahawi’s political future”
By Danny Boyle As temperatures drop, demand for electricity rises. For the first time, energy customers are set to be paid to cut consumption. Also today, Boris Johnson has entered the Ukraine tanks row, above. National Grid ready to pay customers to switch off Turn off to earn. Households will be paid for reducing theirContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Monday 2023 January 23”
Holidaymakers already planning their summer getaway will be relieved to hear the EU is delaying the rollout of fingerprint checks. Also, find out why young people are shunning traditional tea and biscuits – and what that means for snack companies. Headlines: Saturday’s essential news Holiday boost | Europe’s new entry and exit system has nowContinue reading “The weekend of 2023 January 21-22 by the Telegraph”
By Sam Hall Good evening. A counter-terrorism investigation has been launched after a man carrying a gun and a suspect package was arrested inside the grounds of a hospital in Leeds. We also have the latest analysis from Ukraine, as Germany dashed hopes for the quick delivery of tanks by saying a decision on sendingContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2023 January 20”
A look at what got the news, and interest of the Telegraph’s readers, this past weekend.
September 05 By Danny Boyle After seven weeks, the Tory leadership contest comes to a close today – and Liz Truss is widely expected to win the race. We look at what she will do if she becomes Britain’s new prime minister. Truss could freeze bills to avoid energy ‘Armageddon’ By lunchtime, we will knowContinue reading “The Telegraph 2022 September 05 – 11”