2020 must go down in history as one of the most tumultuous years this country has ever experienced.
In January, we formally left the European Union after a troubled membership of nearly half a century.
At that point we were just getting used to the idea of a Boris Johnson government with the first working Conservative majority since the 1980s, when the country was hit by a pandemic that we have not witnessed within living memory. Even worse, the new Prime Minister fell victim to the virus and for a few days his life hung in the balance.
Throughout these extraordinary times, my colleagues and I have chronicled every twist, turn, mishap and occasional moment of good news.
We are still in the grip of a health drama but we now face an economic crisis of unprecedented dimensions. And the second half of 2020 looks set to be just as epoch making as the first.
As ever, The Telegraph will be at the forefront as we chart the path to economic recovery, analyse attempts to devise a vaccine against Covid-19, and report on the next big international event on the horizon – the US presidential election.
Along the way we will also be taking advantage of our journalistic expertise to bring you the latest news from the fast-moving worlds of sport and culture, keep you informed of the latest holiday developments, and, of course, chronicle the lives of the newsworthy and notorious.
From England’s cricketers and FTSE 100 business leaders, to members of the House of Windsor – The Telegraph has the whole lot covered.
More than ever in this fast-changing world, our readers need The Telegraph not only to stay ahead of events but to understand the underlying causes and consequences.
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Camilla Tominey, Associate Editor