It may often be biased and sensationalist, but you have to enjoy the way the Daily Telly does its corrections. @GreenJ pic.twitter.com/WQpKPquVHN— David Dale (@Thetribalmind) April 17, 2018
Monday (left)— Glenn Thrush (@GlennThrush) April 17, 2018
Wednesday TBD pic.twitter.com/sxkWhRYJRv
Israel Folau has shown strength of character, says Scott Morrison - Daily TelegraphToday, @AP makes an important update to our Stylebook -- adding a new chapter on polls and surveys.— David Scott (@davidthornhill) April 17, 2018
The headline: "poll results that seek to preview the outcome of an election must never be the lead, headline or single subject of any story.”https://t.co/BYap6bndDD
FEDERAL treasurer Scott Morrison has backed embattled rugby star Israel Folau, saying the practising Christian and Wallaby was a good man who had shown great strength of character in the recent controversy surrounding his views on homosexuals.IMF Warns of Rising Threats to Global Financial System - Bloomberg
In an exclusive interview with Daily Telegraph columnist Miranda Devine, Mr Morrison said Folau would not have intended to hurt or offend anyone with his recent social media comment that homosexuals would burn in Hell.
Threats to the global financial system are rising, with the price of risky assets surging in a manner reminiscent of the years before the global financial crisis, the International Monetary Fund warned.Who Is Watching Wall Street? - Boston Review
Stock buybacks are on the rise, and they are shortchanging workers and undermining our economy like never before.