Tag: Editor's Letter
5 months ago
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Klopp's classy exit helps slay the burnout taboo

With humility and stark honesty, he reveals the limits of his endurance - the manner of his departure becomes the man

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5 months ago
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An irritating phone call from Paul Waugh

In 26 years reporting on British politics, Paul has built a reputation for robust coverage of all parties - just like i

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5 months ago
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Red lines in the Red Sea – and threat of a Middle East war

A cycle of retaliation beckons, increasing the likelihood of conflict expanding across the Middle East

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5 months ago
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Strikes on Yemen are a grave risk but inaction is no longer an option

The need to protect food supplies and trade must be balanced against the danger of an escalating war with civilian ca...

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5 months ago
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Get ready for some gnaw-some news in 2024

Wet weather and a banquet of uncollected refuse have brought the two species of rats and humans into direct contact. ...

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5 months ago
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The best party game ever

In The Traitors the smallest slip can cause an innocent teammate to be wrongly 'killed off'

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6 months ago
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A year that will reshape the world

From India, Pakistan and Taiwan to the sham vote in Russia, the results will shape our planet’s future

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6 months ago
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Merry Christmas to all our readers

Thanks for your brilliant support in 2023

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6 months ago
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A school lesson for Tory rebel MPs

Rishi Sunak has satisfied very few MPs, weakening his own position as prime minister

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6 months ago
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Time for answers

As PM in the pandemic Boris Johnson carries greatest responsibility for the response of the state, and specifically f...

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7 months ago
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Christmas Appeal: Become, the charity for children in care and young care leavers

Christmas is a time for family. But what if life is more complicated?

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7 months ago
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Jenrick falls captive to Braverman syndrome and comes out guns blazing

Defying the principle of collective responsibility is a bold move for any minister who wishes to continue in post

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7 months ago
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So begins the long goodbye for Suella Braverman

Every day that Rishi Sunak waits risks making him look weak, incapable of dismissing an unruly subordinate

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7 months ago
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Ejector seat

Few Conservative MPs have been prepared to defend her - and she is alienating some floating voters, who might otherwi...

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7 months ago
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Clock ticking on a vote that will shape Britain's future

Labour called the King’s Speech 'a pretty pathetic programme of tinkering' - but now faces questions about its own ag...

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8 months ago
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Covid tested Boris Johnson and No 10 and found them wanting

It was the worst crisis since the 1940s - but unlike Britain’s wartime leaders, many of this lot were manifestly unfi...

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8 months ago
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Troops gather at the border as Gaza ground war looms

Israel knows it has limited time before political opinion shifts even among some friendly states

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8 months ago
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After hospital strike and Hamas atrocities, the need to rein in conflict is even more urgent

Thousands are paying with their lives. It's time for friends of both Israel and Hamas to step up

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8 months ago
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A year has been a long time in politics for the SNP

The SNP’s future hinges on today’s conference speech by Humza Yousaf, which will be key to the party’s success

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8 months ago
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Vengeance and a warning from history

The invasion of Gaza is likely to lead to mass deaths among Palestinian civilians as well as Israeli soldiers

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8 months ago
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Solution to atrocities committed on Israel's darkest day 'will eventually need to be political'

'This is a national trauma certain to shape the country’s future for decades'

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8 months ago
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Keir Starmer has bold plans for housing but we need to see the detail

Starmer and his shadow Chancellor are trapped between demands for radical change and the need to win trust on the eco...

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9 months ago
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After HS2 chaos and U-turns, both Tories and Labour need to give us a plan for growth

No company can invest with confidence if they fear government policy might be ripped up at any moment

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9 months ago
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Braverman may be pleased with her 'hurricane' speech but this is a storm the UK doesn't need

The Home Secretary knew exactly what she was doing. She does her party and country a disservice with provocative rhet...

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9 months ago
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Future of Conservative's in the balance and conference could give vital clues to its future

'There is no doubt that a battle for the soul of the Tory party is well under way'

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9 months ago
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'Labour must nail its colours to the mast'

'The British public wants to know what Labour stands for. When they find out, some won’t like it'

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9 months ago
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It's right to ban the American XL Bully - listen to surgeons who operate on victims

Until human morons require a licence, criminalising ownership of these dangerous dogs is the only way to stop them fr...

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9 months ago
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Keir Starmer may brush off union critics but neither he nor Tories have convincing plans for UK

Whoever wins power, what will they do for the economy, services, net zero, housing? The time to win the public’s trus...

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9 months ago
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The crumbling NHS hospital with 'al fresco' care is a symbol of failing Britain

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn isn’t 'at risk' - it’s falling to bits. Whoever wins the next general ele...

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9 months ago
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i is rebooting how we cover the environment. What would you like to see?

Readers tell us they want more news about what is happening to our planet and the places we live in - send us your id...

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10 months ago
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Come on England!

One of the things that makes them so likeable is that none of these elite athletes grew up believing that their love ...

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10 months ago
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Invest in Britain’s children or pay price

The UK is failing to prepare today's young people to become tomorrow's leaders – and the gap is only becoming wider

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10 months ago
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Grit and guile of Lionesses give them every chance of bringing football home

There could be no greater adversary for Australia than the Poms: the thought of home triumph being snatched away is u...

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10 months ago
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Take heed of the Foreign Office hacking attack and listen to your IT helpdesk

Russian and Chinese hackers have embarrassed the British Government. Maybe time to change your password from 'password'

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11 months ago
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King Charles's £39m bonus from taxpayer has Treasury in a spin

The monarch has the right to collect royalties from wind and wave power - it's a literal windfall

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11 months ago
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Record heatwaves are final wake-up call as climate crisis tipping point approaches

People across the globe are experiencing extreme weather with unusual heat, wildfires and flooding in the US, China, ...

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11 months ago
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Rishi Sunak or junior doctors - who will blink in first pay battle with highest of stakes?

The Prime Minister is about to find out what his most stubborn opponents make of him

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12 months ago
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Robert Jenrick’s version of Disneyland

In wake of decision to remove murals at an asylum centre for unaccompanied children, Conservatives colleagues briefed...

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12 months ago
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Resign now, Pincher – your victims and constituents deserve better

‘In no other workplace would he be allowed to continue. If he was so very sorry he would have resigned at the time, b...

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