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LyrArc brings in selected articles from many of the world's top publications.

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France 24Original article ›
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In an effort to build closer ties with France and the European Union, president Biden will host president Macron in the first state visit of his presidency.
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FR24 gives this video and account of how Giorgia Meloni channeled Italy's conservative voter sentiment and sentiment on the right to win 26% of the vote to form a new government with Mr. Berlusconi and Mr. Salvini.
NYTimes.comOriginal article ›
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Christopher Caldwell points out in this essay in NYT that Mario Draghi former head of the European Central Bank, who had the support of international financial institutions for a country with debt to GDP of 150%, was not elected, and that the new coalition was elected with 45% of the vote, giving 55% of the vote to other opposition parties. Giorgia Meloni's Brothers of Italy has 26% of the vote, the opposing New Democratic Party has 19%. Italian elections have resulted in 70 govern ...
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Not much will change in Italy's place in the European Union, says Maria Ferraresi, editor of Italy's Domani newspaper. Italy expects 200 billion euros of solidarity aid from the European Union that is dependent on following EU rules. And coalition partner Berlusconi says he will drop his support if Meloni adopts any anti EU rules positions. Meloni's Brothers of Italy party with 26% of the vote has roots going back to the Social Movement in Italy in the 1930's. ...
DW.COMOriginal article ›
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The centre right coalition parties win the Italian election with 45% of the vote. Meloni's party The Brothers of Italy win 26% of the vote.  As in Sweden where a centre right party joined centrist parties to form a government immigration was an issue in the election. She campaigned for family friendly benefits, stopping immigration, and improving working families incomes.
New York PostOriginal article ›
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Giorgia Meloni's effort to revive the right wing vote in Italy after disillusionment with Mr. Berlusconi is shown in this report in the New York Post.  She was Mr. Berlusconi's Minister for Youth from 2008 to 2011. This report says she has advocated for Italy and as a mother and a Catholic, but that is nothing new in Europe with most nations looking for their national interest first. On Ukraine and the European Union there is no ambiguity as Meloni supports the European Un ...
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Jhulan Goswami's remarkable career in women's cricket as a fast bowler for India is the subject of this report in BBC Sports. Her last game was at Lord's against England on September 24.  With Mithali Raj she represents the best of Indian women's cricket.
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This report in The Times cites David Stockman, Reagan's budget director, saying afterwards that the Reagan tax cuts were a Trojan horse for getting tax cuts to the rich. The Reagan cuts says The Times did not work and led to huge deficits. Liz Truss's new budget with tax cuts is seen as a policy failure at a time of cost of living crisis for most people in the UK.
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The GuardianOriginal article ›
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Issues of lack of leadership on climate change that face David Malpass, head of the World Bank are discussed in this report in The Guardian. The Biden administration sees this as a problem because of the need for strong leadership and action in developing countries on climate change, and for financing to support this. Malpass was selected by president Trump for this position and Mr. Trump is known for taking the US out of the Paris Climate change Accords. The climate change relate ...
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The Guardian follows key speeches and developments at the Labour party conference in Liverpool. This comes as the Labour party leads the Conservatives in the MRP poll by 12 points 45 percentage points to 33 points. Labour is favored in its approach to the cost of living crisis and climate change. Keir Starmer is steadily closing the credibility gap created by previous Labour administrations on policy for families and workers and conviction which has given Boris Johnson and Liz Tru ...
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"This year something has happened in Labour. The hope of a Labour victory has turned into a belief." Keir Starmer UK's Labour party leader says being dull does not bother him. One of the big differences with the UK Conservatives is now on display says Starmer on windfall profits of fossil fuel companies to be taxed in the call by Labour. "One of those big differences is between a Labour party that wants the fossil fuel giants to contribute more of their windfall profits t ...
WSJOriginal article ›
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Reaganomics, trickle down economics, it is clear don't work. James Mackintosh says in WSJ, the latest version of Reaganomics, in the form of the LIz Truss budget in September 2022 with cuts in corporate taxes, no relief for vulnerable populations in the cost of living crisis as in all other major European countries and in the US, is already getting a bad reception in financial markets with the tumbling of the British pound.Times have changed there is nothing to be gained in its app ...
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The GuardianOriginal article ›
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The Truss government UK budget in September 2022 does little for the most vulnerable populations in the cost of living crisis. It also fail to take any significant steps to build up energy supplies. Of all the governments in the G-7 countries France, Germany, Italy, Canada, it is the weakest when it comes to promoting social cohesion or taking action to promote both energy supplies and renewable energy for the transition during climate change. Spain has just introduced a wealth tax for ...
The HinduOriginal article ›
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Issues of war an peace, food supplies, climate change and renewable energy transition, world health, and other issues that relate to the wellbeing of people in the world can only be met by broadening the membership of the UN Security Council. US president Biden favors broadening the membership of the UN Security Council. Ministers of the G4 countries, Germany, India, Japan and Brazil met this week to push for reform of a UN Security Council that is now not working or dysfunctional. 
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Action to tackle the cost of living crisis taken by G-7 countries France, Germany, Italy, Canada, US, is shown here in The Guardian. France and Germany have taken the strongest action to protect lower income people, the US with the Inflation Reduction Act has taken broad steps to limit healthcare costs and invest in the economy. The UK appears to be the weakest in taking action and the new budget of Mr. Kwarteng is seen in this way as failing to protect vulnerable parts of the populati ...
DW.COMOriginal article ›
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A wealth tax on the wealthiest 1% of the population is being introduced to finance efforts to help middle and lower income families and workers by Finance Minister Maria Montero in Spain.
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The GuardianOriginal article ›
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A constitutional review by Gordon Brown, a former Labor prime minister, would abolish the House of Lords and replace it with a upper chamber of parliament that has responsibilities for protecting the constitution. It would be changed into an assembly of regions and nations, and be able to refer the government to the supreme court. At the heart of it is a statement of the rights of people to healthcare, education and social protection. It also looks at promoting devolution of government to l ...
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