Politics

#itmatters

I watched a small part of George Floyd’s funeral yesterday and had to turn it off quite quickly. As they spoke of him ‘looking down’ on them and effectively being in heaven I was reminded of the following- George Floyd… Read More ›

Joshua Williams

Joshua Williams was 18 when he was arrested for stealing a bag of chips and lighting a QuikTrip trash can on fire in the aftermath of a protest sparked by the death of Antonio Martin near Ferguson, MO. It was… Read More ›

STAY HOME!

“If this virus were a physical assailant, an unexpected and invisible mugger – which I can tell you from personal experience, it is – then this is the moment when we have begun together to wrestle it to the floor…. Read More ›

38 days…

The Times published an article yesterday that would shock anyone who reads it. It would also not shock those who have spent any time at all viewing Boris Johnson with an unbiased eye. It is behind a paywall, one of… Read More ›

Trump’s mismanagement…

For six weeks behind the scenes, and now increasingly in public, Trump has undermined his administration’s own efforts to fight the coronavirus outbreak — resisting attempts to plan for worst-case scenarios, overturning a public-health plan upon request from political allies… Read More ›

Barclay v Barclay

But the moment of the Brexit triumph has coincided with a remarkable unfolding crisis for the Telegraph’s owners, the Barclay brothers. Family feuds, financial strain and an expensive folly on a rocky island in the English Channel is the untold… Read More ›