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The family of Jack Merritt stated that “he believed in redemption… not revenge”.
Voters no longer believe that governments can achieve large-scale change.
In as little as 20 years, Venice will be uninhabitable and many of its greatest treasures lost.
Lebanon-born Roula Khalaf is set to succeed Lionel Barber at the paper.
The Conservatives’ secret is that they never allow a rival on the right or centre right to gain traction.
Once respected for its wide-ranging news coverage, the Telegraph became a sectarian, propagandist rag under the Barclays.
Boris Johnson’s U-turn over a border with Ireland is of a comparable scale to that of Ted Heath in 1972.
Facing men often two stone heavier, Japan overcame the deficit with handling skills that one sports journalist described as “other-worldly”.
Blocking streets sends the subliminal message that concerns about global heating belong to the fringes.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
An abrupt halt – at least for the time being – to Boris Johnson’s Donald Trump tribute act.
Professions that once required basic qualifications to enter now demand ever higher levels of education without ever stopping to ask how a degree helps anyone become better at their jobs.