The Telegraph’s Daily 5 by 5

October 10, 2017

In The Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Tuesday 10 October, Britain could make a trade deal with the US, Canada and Mexico if it cannot secure a post-Brexit deal with the EU. And a leading economist has told The Telegraph that EU officials could exploit insider knowledge of the UK when talking trade deals.

 

In other news, Catalonia's president has addressed parliament on the issue of independence from Spain, wildfires have been breaking out across California's wine country, and Hollywood Produced Harvey Weinstein has been accused of rape.

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The Telegraph’s Daily 5 by 5

October 9, 2017
 
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 9 October, Theresa May has told MPs the UK is preparing for every eventuality, including getting no deal, when it comes to Brexit. Meanwhile, the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon has said no deal on trade negotiations will justify a second EU referendum.
 
In other news, France has said it will not recognise Catalan independence, thousands of small shops say they won't comply to rules over the round pound which goes out of circulation on Sunday, and the oldest female peer has announced she is retiring at the age of 95. 
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October 4, 2017
 
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 4 October, Prime Minister Theresa May was interrupted by a prankster while making her speech at the Conservative Party Conference.
 
In the US, President Donald Trump is visiting Las Vegas after a mass shooting on Sunday, while people are paying tribute to those who died.
 
The EU Parliament has declared Catalonia should not seek independence while the UK has rejected proposals by the EU Commission for a customs controls at its Northern Ireland border.
 
And a flight attendant has told The Telegraph that cabin crew at Ryanair are planning to strike against the airline. 
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October 3, 2017
 
 
In The Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Tuesday 3 October, police are still trying to work out the motives behind Stephen Paddock's mass shooting in Las Vegas.
 
Meanwhile, back in the UK, Boris Johnson has said we must 'let the lion roar' in his speech at the Conservative Party Conference. Earlier today, Prime Minister Theresa May faced demands from European Parliament leaders to sack Boris Johnson over his Brexit proposals, and in an exclusive interview for The Telegraph, Lord Tebbit has said she needs to get her cabinet under control.
 
Spanish police are pleading for urgent reinforcements following violence on Catalan streets after an illegal independence referendum on Sunday, and Royal Mail is to hold its first strike since privatisation, with The Telegraph's Group Business Editor giving exclusive information on when the strike may take place. 
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October 2, 2017
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 2 October, Donald Trump has said America's unity cannot be broken by the mass shooting in Las Vegas and the European Commission has condemned Spanish police violence in Catalonia.
 
Back at home, Jacob-Rees Mogg has responded to protesters at the Conservative Party Conference, the airline Monarch has left hundreds of thousands of passengers with flight cancellations after going into administration, and the UK boss of Uber has quit. 
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September 29, 2017

In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Friday 29 September, The EU's senior official says it'll take a miracle for Brexit talks to move on to the next phase by the end of October, Boris Johnson is the favourite to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May according to a poll, The United Kingdom Independence Party have elected a new leader, Ryanair has agreed to give passengers compensation for flight cancellations, and Manchester City striker Sergio Aguerio could face a six-weeks off after reportedly fracturing his ribs. 

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The Telegraph’s Daily 5×5

September 28, 2017
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Thursday 28 September, EU Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier says Britain is 'months' away from a Brexit trade deal, Europe Editor Peter Foster analyses Mr Barnier's comments, Theresa May defends free market economics, air passengers around the world are hit by chaos as check-in computers fail, England cricketers Ben Stokes and Chris Hales miss out on selection for international matches after an incident in Bristol and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner dies at the age of 91.
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The Telegraph’s Daily 5×5

September 27, 2017

In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 27 September, Jeremy Corbyn enjoys a rapturous reception as he gives his keynote address to Labour party conference, Gordon Rayner and Kate McCann from The Telegraph's politics team analyse the speech, jobs in Belfast are threatened as the US government slaps a giant tariff on Bombardier aircraft and plans are announced for a joint US-Russia space station to orbit the Moon.

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The Telegraph’s Daily 5×5

September 26, 2017

In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Tuesday 26 September, Donald Tusk says Britain not making "sufficient progress" in Brexit negotiations, the Shadow Chancellor says Labour is preparing for a run on the Pound if it wins power, the death of Liz Dawn; the actress who played Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street, Sir Malcolm Campbell's Bluebird K3 hydroplane returns to the water and cricketer Ben Stokes is dropped from the squad for England's One Day Internationals against West Indies after being involved in an incident in Bristol.

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The Telegraph’s Daily 5×5

September 25, 2017

In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 25 September, previously unseen footage of notorious British jihadis socialising together, the Chancellor declines to endorse Theresa May as Conservative leader for the next election, Labour in-fighting over Brexit, divisions inside Germany's far-right AfD party as it celebrates historic election success and the discovery of wolves on the outskirts of Rome.

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