Looking at the news 63 years after the musical “Sound of Music” opened on Broadway.
By Danny Boyle Good morning. Rishi Sunak is firmly on course to be the next Prime Minister as early as today after Boris Johnson dramatically quit the contest. We have your guide to how the winner will be announced. Boris Johnson pulls out of Tory leadership race It would have been a remarkable political comeback,Continue reading “The Telegraph Front Page for Monday 24 October 2022”
Child-free by choice: The birth rate crisis gripping the West “You’ve slept in, woken up to a tidy home, it’s quiet, and you’ve got the rest of the day to potter around, no interruptions. A child-free life is a good life.” The message floats over a video that captures a scene of serene domesticity. PostedContinue reading “A selection of The Telegraph articles for Sunday 2022 October 23”
By Danny Boyle Good morning. As Liz Truss faces a humiliating PMQs today, some economic news that she could probably do without – figures this morning show that inflation has returned to double digits. Pensioners £430 worse off if triple lock dropped A fresh rebellion on the Conservative benches is brewing. After Liz Truss renegedContinue reading “The Telegraph headlines for 2022/10/19”
The Baby boomers saw how their parents became slave of their work and materials around them and started questioning their way of life, church and faith, wondering of this was a good way to continue to build up our society.
In a world of polar opinions and partisan press, The Week threads together every side of the argument to give you a clear, 360° view of the news, so you get to know what the world’s thinking without ever feeling trapped in a media bubble.
D. Trump presented himself as the ordained one from God, and many right-wing conservatives and fundamentalist Christians were believing all he said and were willing to follow him and die for him.
Warsaw has angered the EU by refusing to override a tribunal that this month ruled that the Polish constitution took precedence over rulings by the European Court of Justice, but now starts feeling the full force of the EU Commission’s wrath for daring to challenge the Court of Justice of the European Union’s role as the ultimate arbiter of law within the bloc.
In Hiding or opening attitude for same sex relationships we pointed out that it perhaps would be better that people questioned themselves which attitude Jesus would take, before they judge somebody. Director of Oasis Trust, Steve Chalke believes about our attitude to people who have another feeling for giving their love to somebody are changing,Continue reading “Same sex relationships and Open attitude mirroring Jesus”
1941 Nazi propaganda poster in the Lithuanian language, equating Stalinism with the Jews. The text reads \”The Jew is our enemy forever\”. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Not only europe faces a growing negative attitude towards Jews. Last year Australia recorded the highest ever anti-Semitic incidents. 657 reports of violence directed at Australian Jews were made. ThisContinue reading “Anti-Semitic incidents in Australia in 2012 highest ever on record”