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The Telegraph Frontpage for 2023 March 03

By Matthew Robinson On the third day of The Telegraph’s exclusive investigation, The Lockdown Files, we reveal that Matt Hancock told ministers to “get heavy with police” to enforce Covid measures. And Rachel Johnson reveals the profound misgivings she had about lockdown and the impact it had on her parents. Hancock gave officers ‘marching orders’Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2023 March 03”

The Telegraph for the Weekend of 2022 December 03-04

Parents are warned to look out for the symptoms of Strep A after several children died from the infection. Strep A kills six primary-age children in UK Concerns are mounting over rising deaths from Strep A. Six primary school-age children have now died from the bacterial infection in Britain, it emerged today – as healthContinue reading “The Telegraph for the Weekend of 2022 December 03-04”

The Indy100 newsletter for 2022 August 17: Donald, Where’s Your Passports?

The FBI searched and found for classified documents that Trump allegedly took from the White House (including nuclear papers).

The Telegraph’s main points from June 13 – June 26

The choice from The Telegraph for the 3rd & 4th week of June 2022

The week of February the 16th 2022 by The Telegraph

The Telegraph looks at the events of the week of the 16th of February 2022.

Police investigation into “partygate” “incredibly serious” – Whips and advisers not above the law

In Great Britain the Speaker has said that Government whips and advisers are “not above the law”, following one minister’s claim that several MPs who oppose Boris Johnson had been subjected to “pressures and intimidation”. The Prime Minister has stated that he will not quit if the rebels force a no confidence vote. However, fiveContinue reading “Police investigation into “partygate” “incredibly serious” – Whips and advisers not above the law”

Wich way to go for Scotland

Great Britain chose to go out of the European Union and now they have lots of problems that would have not been there if they would not have left. Several MPs would not dare to say it’s the cause of Brexit, but a great part of the population does know it. Shortage of truck drivers,Continue reading “Wich way to go for Scotland”

Voted against their system

Donald Trump enters the Oscar De LA Renta Fashion Show, New York. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) In the United States of America we could see something which we in Europe should take as a serious warning. A few years back Belgium had already such a warning. That “Black Sunday” the extreme right party Vlaams Blok gainedContinue reading “Voted against their system”

Amerikaanse verkiezingen zullen ook economische invloed hebben op ons

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on February 10, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Op 8 november van dit jaar wordt er een nieuwe Amerikaanse president verkozen en velen houden in Europa hun hart vast en hopen maar dat de clown van de republikeinen het niet zal halen. Het land mag dan wel goed scoren opContinue reading “Amerikaanse verkiezingen zullen ook economische invloed hebben op ons”