“How moral is the cooperation between you”, what Berisha-Meta say when asked about the “eels”

13:53 27/10/2022 Sali Berisha and Ilir Meta signed today the pre-election cooperation agreement between PD and PL for the local elections of May 14, 2023. The agreement was considered historic by the two leaders, but this is not the first time that Berisha and Meta have collaborated. During the press conference, they were asked how … Read more

Alibeaj: To open the files for IM, for EA for ER and anyone else, this is the moral position

23:17 20/10/2022 “The reason for our positioning in this important issue is to do a service to the Albanians.” The Assembly is holding the plenary session on the draft law on State Security files. During his speech in the floor of the Parliament, MP Enkelejd Alibeaj stated that the moral position for this draft law … Read more

DOMINIC LAWSON: We’re on the moral high ground in the EU vaccine fiasco – so please let’s stay there

The late Robert Conquest, historian and poet, declared: ‘The simplest way to explain the behaviour of any bureaucratic organisation is to assume that it is controlled by a cabal of its enemies.’ No better example has ever been provided of the accuracy of this witticism than by the European Commission over the Covid-19 vaccine rollout. … Read more

The moral Mercedes: We drive the German brand’s new £40k electric EQA

Maybe it lost something in translation, but my first attempt at a voice command with Mercedes-Benz’s smallest electric car – the new compact crossover EQA – seemed to fall on deaf ears. Half in jest I thought: ‘I’ll try it in a German accent.’ After all, I was driving an early left-hand drive version straight … Read more

Atheists do have a moral compass similar to religious individuals, study reveals

Are atheists immoral because they don’t believe in God? It’s a commonly held stereotype, but a new study suggests they’re no less principled than religious people. Researchers found non-believers and believers shared similar views on fairness and not hurting people. But the atheists didn’t see values that supported unity, like loyalty and respect for authority, … Read more

Boris Johnson blasts back at Theresa May after she hit out at his ‘moral failure’ in government

Boris Johnson hit back last night at Theresa May‘s claim he has abandoned Britain’s position of ‘global moral leadership’. The Prime Minister insisted his predecessor was wrong as he expressed pride at the ‘leading’ role he is playing on the world stage. Writing in yesterday’s Daily Mail, Mrs May suggested Mr Johnson has failed to honour … Read more

Priti Patel defends Boris Johnson as Theresa May accuses him of lacking ‘global moral leadership’

Boris Johnson was defended against a blistering claim from his predecessor that he lacks ‘global moral leadership’ today – just hours before he refused to accuse China of genocide against its Uighur Muslim minority. Home Secretary Priti Patel leapt to the Prime Minister’s defence today after a coruscating broadside from Theresa May. Mrs May accused … Read more

WHO warns of ‘catastrophic moral failure’ in global COVID-19 vaccine distribution

The World Health Organization chief on Monday warned that the world was on the brink of a ‘catastrophic moral failure’ on distributing vaccines which were mostly ‘hoovered up’ by wealthy countries. During WHO’s week-long executive board meeting, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus lamented that Guinea received a mere 25 vaccine doses while over 39million jabs have been … Read more

The Crown has moral responsibility to tell viewers they’re watching drama, says Helena Bonham Carter

The Crown has ‘moral responsibility’ to tell viewers they are watching a drama, says Princess Margaret actress Helena Bonham Carter By Elliot Mulligan For The Daily Mail Published: 01:48 GMT, 1 December 2020 | Updated: 01:49 GMT, 1 December 2020 Helena Bonham Carter has said The Crown has a ‘moral responsibility’ to remind viewers they … Read more

School meals: Government has ‘moral obligation’ says food tsar

Henry Dimbleby, the Government’s food tsar, said ministers need to do more to tackle food poverty Boris Johnson’s own food tsar yesterday accused him of ‘not doing enough’ to prevent children going hungry – as he urged Downing Street to spend £1.2 billion tackling the problem. Henry Dimbleby, the co-founder of the Leon restaurant, demanded … Read more