'When dealing with any bully, only decisive action works - we have to support Ukraine'
Germany finally agreeing to lend its Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine to fend off the Russian invasion was the biggest talking point in the news with Telegraph readers this week.
The National Grid’s scheme to pay customers to cut their energy use also fired up discussion, as did the tax row embroiling Conservative Party chairman Nadhim Zahawi.
Read on to see how Telegraph Readers contributed to the conversation in the comments section, Letters pages and the Front Page newsletter.
'The tanks will speed up victory, and are rightly getting masses of attention'
After weeks of international pressure, Germany finally agreed to donate some of its Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine.
Following this breakthrough donation, the West is now poised to send nearly 200 battle tanks to Ukraine in a potential hammer blow that could help Kyiv win its war against Vladimir Putin.
Although readers were pleased by the move, many were irritated by Olaf Scholz's hesitancy to support Ukraine and questioned how Putin would react to this development.
'Too many Tories simply dive for cover at the first sign of trouble'
Nadhim Zahawi is fighting for his political future after he was alleged to have paid a penalty of more than £1 million to HMRC on top of a multi-million pound settlement.
Recent polling has shown the majority of voters want him to be sacked as Tory Party chairman. Nearly 80 per cent of readers voting in a Telegraph poll said the same.
However, commenters were divided over whether Mr Zahawi should be fired. Some argued he cannot be trusted and should also stand down as an MP.
Others suggested he is an example of a successful capitalist with a complicated tax situation, and Tory members should not shy away from that.
'I would not be prepared to switch off electricity appliances to save the National Grid’s bacon'
As households battle freezing temperatures during a time of hefty energy costs, the National Grid began a scheme on Monday that would pay customers to cut their energy use. However, many readers were concerned that switching off electricity appliances was a short term solution to a long term problem.