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 Chris Evans, Editor Dear Reader, Nicola Sturgeon has pursued numerous fashionable causes since she came to power, including radical gender reforms. But does the SNP leader have a motive that goes beyond boosting her government’s progressive credentials? Jenny Hjul explores how Sturgeon made Scotland the wokest country in the world in an attempt toContinue reading “How Scotland became the wokest country in the world”
The Chancellor has pleaded with early retirees to go back to work, as he said the country faced an “enormous and shocking waste of talent and potential”. The big story: ‘Enormous and shocking waste of talent’ Jeremy Hunt has promised a “fundamental programme of reforms” to get millions of people back to work, as heContinue reading “Some news for Saturday 28 January 2023”
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”
For parents, thefeeling of their children that they are in the wrong body is much harder to grasp and to deal with than for outsiders, who are even less able to understand parents when they want to deal with their children’s feelings, circumspectly.
By Danny Boyle Good morning. The Education Secretary is to meet union leaders in a bid to avert seven days of strike action over teachers’ pay – as school leaders refuse to ease the pain of walkouts with contingency measures. We have the latest on those talks as well as today’s strike by nurses.Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Wednesday 2023 January 18”
By Danny Boyle Good morning. It took Sir Mark Rowley more than six hours yesterday to say sorry for the Met Police’s failure to remove a serial rapist, pictured above, from its ranks. We look at the task ahead for the commissioner. ‘Non-existent’ vetting gives free rein to predators Sir Mark Rowley took over asContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Tuesday 2023 January 17”
By Danny Boyle People embarking on Christmas getaways face disruption as thousands of Border Force staff go on strike today – before another wave of industrial action on the railways tomorrow. Plus, we reveal a catalogue of errors that left a murderer free to kill. Violent offender was classed as ‘medium-risk’ It was one ofContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Friday 2022 December 23”
As ambulance workers downed tools for the first time in over 30 years, the human toll of the strike has begun to emerge. Yesterday Volodymyr Zelensky travelled to Washington for his first foreign trip since Russia invaded Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his first foreign visit since the Russian invasion was aimed at strengtheningContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for Thursday 2022 December 22”
By Danny Boyle A month of railway disruption has begun, with workers walking out for their first in a wave of 48-hour strikes – as ministers consider ways to mitigate unprecedented industrial action in the NHS. We also have the latest forecast as snow and ice beset the UK. Ministers consider block-booking cabs for paramedicsContinue reading “The Telegraph looking at days lots of Britains shall not be working”