Apocalyptic food prices, soaring inflation and the cost of living crisis – a look at the headlines and how the media chose to repackage Andrew Bailey’s comments.
A leading story in the UK this morning has been comments from the Bank of England’s governor about “apocalyptic” food prices
The Independent says workers should “think and reflect” before asking for pay rises, £575,000-a-year Bank of England chief Andrew Bailey told MPs on Monday.
Daily Express says BRITAIN faces “apocalyptic” food bill rises due to the war in Ukraine, the head of the Bank of England warned yesterday.
The Financial Times says Mr Bailey deflected the blame for the soaring cost of living onto global “shocks”, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Guardian says the Bank of England governor has warned that “apocalyptic” food prices caused by Russia’s invasion could have a disastrous impact on the world’s poor.
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Politico says President Joe Biden issued a statement memorializing the Armenian genocide that included some phrasing that seemed to reference Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Ekathimerini says Erdogan criticized Biden for again characterizing the deaths of 1.5 million Armenians by Ottoman Empire forces as a “genocide,” saying his statement was “based on lies”.
Jerusalem Post says Armenians around the world commemorated the Armenian genocide on Sunday, April 24, as they do every year.
The Times says in April 24, 1915, the Ottoman Empire embarked on one of the most appalling episodes of savagery in modern history: 1.5 million Armenians were either massacred.
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The Conversation says first round of the French election: apparent stability, yet a profound reconfiguration.
French elections: Far-right insurgent reshaping the race for presidency in France says ABC news.
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