In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 20 November; Michel Barnier has warned the UK government that the European Union "will not wait" for Britain; Theresa May confirms she will honour EU commitments; Angela Merkel fights for her political life; Watch out for Black Friday discounts and Charles Manson has died.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Friday 17 November, Nicola Harley reports from the scene after a mid-air collision over Buckinghamshire involving a helicopter and light aircraft, Theresa May holds talks with European Council President Donald Tusk, Roland Oliphant explores the next stage for Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe makes his public appearance since being placed under house arrrest, a dog who served alongside UK special forces is awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross, and electric car maker Tesla unveils what it says is the fastest sports car in the world.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Thursday 16 November, Brexit Secretary David Davis will give his keynote speech in Berlin, Robert Mugabe insists he finishes his presidential term, Prince William launches a cyber bullying campaign, Old Vic finds 20 allegations against Kevin Spacey and a Japanese train apologises for leaving early.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 15 November, Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe is under house arrest after a military takeover of the country, Jeremy Corbyn has warned that thousands of families are facing possible eviction over Christmas because of the Government’s flagship welfare reforms and the husband of the jailed British mother Nazanin Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has described his hour-long meeting with Boris Johnson as "positive and constructive".
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Tuesday 14 November, with 500 days until the expected date of Brexit, the EU Withdrawal Bill is back in Parliament. This, as up to 20 Tory MPs threaten to side with Labour and rebel against the Brexit date after an apparently "brutal" meeting with the new chief whip. Meanwhile, inflation remains unchanged at a five-year high, Sir Mo Farah has received his knighthood from the Queen, and Stanley Johnson insists he didn't tell Boris he was flying to Australia to take part in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 13 November; Tory rebels accuse Theresa May of being tone-deaf to Brexit; Boris Johnson apologises for saying Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was teaching in Iran; More than 400 are dead as the Iran-Iraq border is hit with a 7.3 earthquake; People are leaving it too late to get a mortgage, and a couple has been arrested after stealing a gondola in Venice.
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In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Thursday 9 November, Penny Mordaunt replaces Priti Patel in the Cabinet; Boris Johnson praises Donald Trump for his use of Twitter; Ridley Scott replaces Kevin Spacey in his new movie; The Guinness World Record is broken by Brit in a jet-pack; And, Big Ben chimes again.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 8 November, Priti Patel arrives back to London for a meeting with Theresa May to determine her political future; Donald Trump is in China for the latest stop on his tour of Asia - as he continues to send a strong message to North Korea that it shouldn’t test America’s patience, and a wealthy antiques dealer has been accused of fatally strangling his seven-year-old daughter with a dressing gown cord.
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