Tag Archives: Daily Telegraph

There needs to be major changes from No 10 Downing Street


A significant number of people well outside of party politics are raising concerns, about the amount of money being spent on redecoration of the flat above No 11 Downing Street. Yet these reactions are not the only issues that are … Continue reading

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Is this sort of open superficial corruption acceptable?


It is very clear that this article in the Daily Telegraph is not claiming that David Cameron has been corrupt. He has as many of us have read in other places apparently used his personal and historic contacts with a … Continue reading

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The lack of SWexit may have some bearing Daniel and Harry!


A few weeks ago at the end of June I wrote this piece following a claim which Toby Young was making in the Daily Telegraph that our nation would not be faced with a second wave of Coronavirus. Sadly his … Continue reading

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Its great to see the Telegraph promoting French Holidays


The promotion of France as a place to go on holiday is very understandable. Living in the South Coast near Newhaven means that I have been to France for day trips on several occasions and many many years ago we … Continue reading

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Daily Telegraph please stop publishing such nonsense


Yesterday two high profile political idiots tweeted one of their shared views and sadly along with their tweets there was also a publication by the Daily Telegraph of an article by one of these offensive people. The tweets and retweets … Continue reading

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How Politicians and Journalists should correct their mistakes


As I wrote yesterday, all journalists get things wrong some of the time because like the rest of us, they are all human and we all make mistakes. Of course just like Politicians and unlike most people, they have teams … Continue reading

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Does Priti and her colleagues understand our economy?


After Boris was elected as leader of his party by 93,000 party members and appointed Prime Minister by the Queen two weeks ago, he began the process of putting together a Cabinet to run our nation. However he also had … Continue reading

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Telegraph needs to organise its journalism


The content contained within most newspapers is of course quite diverse, particularly where external columnists are included. However the internal team of journalists should be working with something of a strategy and understanding of one another. I write a weekly … Continue reading

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Nigel Farage is totally unsuitable to remain as my MEP


  As my MEP Nigel, Farage has every reason to write a piece for a newspaper and as a right wing and pro Brexit newspaper it seems entirely understandable for the Torygraph to give Farage a chance to write a … Continue reading

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Telegraph journalists need to experience the real world


Our Government claimed almost a year ago that austerity had ended, even though the cuts to police, education, NHS, low income benefits and local government are still impacting the deepest bones of our society. However if suddenly the Government discovered … Continue reading

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