Demonstrators block a street in Canary Wharf during a protest outside the Ofgem headquarters in London on August 26. Britain’s struggles look set to continue as an inexperienced government faces multiple crises. Photo: Reuters
Demonstrators block a street in Canary Wharf during a protest outside the Ofgem headquarters in London on August 26. Britain’s struggles look set to continue as an inexperienced government faces multiple crises. Photo: Reuters
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Brexit-hit, energy-starved Britain leads the way as world enters an ‘omnishambles’ era

  • New British Prime Minister Liz Truss inherits a country reeling from high energy prices, inflation, a weakening pound, Brexit’s effects and more
  • Britain is not alone, though, as Europe, Russia, the US and China are all struggling with various issues at a time when cooperation is lacking

Demonstrators block a street in Canary Wharf during a protest outside the Ofgem headquarters in London on August 26. Britain’s struggles look set to continue as an inexperienced government faces multiple crises. Photo: Reuters
Demonstrators block a street in Canary Wharf during a protest outside the Ofgem headquarters in London on August 26. Britain’s struggles look set to continue as an inexperienced government faces multiple crises. Photo: Reuters
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