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The Daily Telegraph, known online as The Telegraph, is a national British daily broadsheet newspaper published in London by Telegraph Media Group and distributed across the United Kingdom and internationally. It was founded by Arthur B. Sleigh in 1855 as Daily Telegraph & Courier. The Telegraph has been described as a newspaper of record and has generally had an international reputation for quality, having been described by Amol Rajan as "one of the world's great titles”. Bias assessment platform Allsides classifies the paper as leaning right. It was fined £30,000 in 2015 for "sending an unsolicited email to hundreds of thousands of its subscribers, urging them to vote for the Conservatives."Source
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Third concerning coronavirus variant should be a 'wake up call' to the world, experts warn

A new coronavirus variant detected in four travellers from Brazil is “as concerning” as strains previously found in the UK and South Africa, a leading expert has warned.The variant was picked up during routine surveillance by Japan’s National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID), which analyses the genomes from all international travellers who test positive for Covid-19 on arrival.Professor Tulio de Oliveira – who is leading South Africa’s effort to understand the new strain detected in December – told the Telegraph that the mutation “emerged independently” from those detected in .But...

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Early data in Israeli vaccine drive suggests infection rates slashed after first jab

Early data in Israeli vaccine drive suggests infection rates slashed after first jab

Early studies in Israel have found that coronavirus vaccines can reduce infection rates by up to 60 per cent in those who have received their first jab, as the country's health minister stressed there was still a need for extreme caution. According to Israeli broadcaster Channel 12, preliminary research by healthcare provider Maccabi said the first dose of the vaccine reduced the risk of catching coronavirus by 60 per cent after 14 days.A similar study by Clalit, another Israeli healthcare provider, put the figure somewhat lower at 33 per cent after testing  In an interview with the...

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Our freedom must return not a day later than necessary

Our freedom must return not a day later than necessary

Let’s start, rather unfashionably, with some good news. and my mum have both had the vaccine. With two of the most important women in my life now enjoying considerably more protection from the virus than last week, I can breathe easier. To lose the Queen to Covid would have been such a devastating blow to national morale that I don’t know how we could have borne it. My mother being my mother, she protested that “there must be more important people who need it before me”. I replied that, right now, nothing and no one was more important than her and her entire generation getting jabbed.Not...

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It is not the police’s job to enforce the lockdown whims of ministers

It is not the police’s job to enforce the lockdown whims of ministers

What is a police state? It is a state in which individuals are answerable to the police for the most routine acts of daily life. It is a state in which the police and not the law decide what is allowed. It is a state in which people have to hide their doings from their neighbours for fear of . It is a state in which ministers denounce activities of which they disapprove and the police are their compliant instruments.These things have happened in every totalitarian state of modern times. It is an unattractive spectacle. We are fortunate to live in a country with a tradition of ministerial...

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Germany's ÜberMcCarthyist crackdown on critics of its Covid decrees is remarkable

Germany's ÜberMcCarthyist crackdown on critics of its Covid decrees is remarkable

Berlin’s reputation was mostly made in winter.Unrenovated, high-ceilinged and draughty 19th-century flats designed for the Wilhelmine bourgeoise are not pleasant when the temperature drops so low that the inside of the windows freeze over, especially when the original plush furniture and carpets have long been replaced by house plants and a mattress on the floor. This set-up, though, helped push Berliners over the decades into bars, cafes, venues, and nightclubs throughout the colder months. Though much rarer since the housing market became a reliable investment opportunity in the early...

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No more Mr Nice Guy. Now Matt Hancock is ordering us all to obey the rules... or else

No more Mr Nice Guy. Now Matt Hancock is ordering us all to obey the rules... or else

Tonight (Monday) the nation saw an unfamiliar side of . Normally he comes across as polite, patient, long-suffering. At the latest Downing Street news conference, however, his manner was startlingly strict.“It’s your actions now that can make a difference,” rapped the Health Secretary, fixing the viewer sternly in the eye. “Each and every one of us must keep pushing back against this virus by following the rules that are in place. Please do your bit… Everybody can play their part…”Do your bit, play your part, follow your orders… It felt distinctly like the language of wartime. A...

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Google staff emails under scrutiny amid union push

Google staff emails under scrutiny amid union push

Google is monitoring staff emails for “disruptive” language, as it mounts a crackdown on political activism after workers formed a union.Company insiders said employees who run email discussion groups have been asked to undertake training in how to moderate them, in which they are asked to inform on colleagues who make politically contentious or controversial comments.Google has also reminded workers that office meeting rooms and other spaces can only be used for work purposes.One employee said moderators were being asked to “report folks that cause a disruption on the list” and that “it...

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Angela Merkel finds Twitter halt of Trump account 'problematic'

Angela Merkel finds Twitter halt of Trump account 'problematic'

German Chancellor Angela Merkel believes that the decision by is problematic because freedom of opinion should not be determined by such online platform bosses, her spokesman said Monday."The fundamental right to freedom of opinion is a fundamental right of elementary importance, and this fundamental right can be interfered with, but through the law and within the framework defined by the legislature, not according to the decision of the management of social media platforms," said Mrs Merkel's spokesman, Steffen Seibert."From this point of view, the Chancellor considers it problematic that...

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Key workers who cannot work from home to get rapid 30-minute test twice a week

Key workers who cannot work from home to get rapid 30-minute test twice a week

will be offered a 30-minute test twice a week to try to control the spread of the virus, Matt Hancock is to announce.The Government wants to offer the lateral flow tests as part of the Community Testing Programme, as it tries to avoid having to enforce stricter lockdown measures.Employers and councils will be responsible for identifying workers eligible for the tests, which produce results within 30 minutes, and have so far identified 14,800 asymptomatic cases.It will also fall to employers or local authorities to carry out the testing and run asymptomatic testing sites, which will be...

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Police to issue fines to coronavirus rule breakers after one warning

Police to issue fines to coronavirus rule breakers after one warning

Every police officer has been told to fine people £200 if they believe they are in breach of the rules and refuse to return home at the first time of asking, in new guidance issued to all chief constables seen by the Sunday Telegraph.Ministers are dramatically increasing enforcement to stave off calls from scientists for tougher rules than March.A Home Office insider said officers would now "move through the gears" and be quicker to fine people, warning: "We are going to see more rapid movement to enforcement."Over 1,000 people died yesterday. It is important that everyone sticks to the...

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Crowds attract the strangest folk, be it here or in the US

Crowds attract the strangest folk, be it here or in the US

Imagine for a moment that after the last UK election the Conservatives had clearly won but the Labour Party had refused to concede.Imagine, furthermore, that the last time Labour won an election, senior Conservatives refused to accept that fact, claiming instead that foreign powers had installed the Labour government.Play that scenario out and you get close to making sense of what the hell happened on Capitol Hill this week.It has been plain for a number of cycles now that American democracy is close to broken, if not smashed apart. After the 2016 election, many US Democrats refused to...

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