In the Telegraph's 5x5 bulletin for today, November 6th 2017, Andrea Leadsom comes under fire for denying knowing about rape allegation, Theresa May says that everyone should pay the tax that is due after leaked papers, Donald Trump says the shooting in Texas was a mental health issue not a gun issue, Silvio Berlusconi may get a second chance in Government after his party swept to victory in Sicily and Paris will install fizzy water fountains throughout the city.
In the Telegraph's 5x5 bulletin for today, November 2nd 2017, Theresa May’s Government has a shake-up after Michael Fallon quits as Defence Secretary, the Bank of England has raised interest rates for the first time in a decade, Spain has sought an arrest warrant for Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, Blind Runner relies on app to get him through NY Marathon and Dustin Hoffman faces second allegation of sexual harassment.
In the Telegraph's 5x5 bulletin for today, November 1st 2017, Labour MP Lisa Nandy has accused Theresa May of ignoring evidence of whips using sexual abuse information to demand loyalty from MPs, Damien Green says he’s prepared to release text messages he sent to a female activist, and the man who killed 8 people in new york city’s worst terrorist attack since 9/11 has reportedly told police he is ‘proud’ of his actions.
In The Telegraph's Five by five briefing for today, Tuesday 31 October, a so-called ‘dirty’ dossier outlining a full list of sexual harassment claims against around 40 Conservative MPs has been revealed, Sir Michael Fallon has been named as the minister who put his hand on broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer’s knee at a dinner 15 years ago, and Carles Puigdemont says that says that he is not seeking political asylum from the Spanish government while he is in Belgium.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 30 October, sexual harassment won't tolerated in the Commons as Theresa May demands new laws, Donald Trump's ex-campaign chairman has been indicted for conspiracy against the US, Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has traveled to Brussels, after Spain’s chief prosecutor announced charges of rebellion, Philip Hammond has been urged to scrap stamp duty to give the British economy a £10 billion boost, Kevin Spacey has said there is more to come over allegations of sexual assault.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Friday 27 October, Catalonia declares from Spain, Political Correspondent Jack Maidment reports on the UK's post-Brexit wait for the return of its share of the European Investment Bank, newly-released files on the assassination of JFK reveal a mysterious telephone call to a British newspaper minutes before the killing in Dallas, The Telegraph's Jack Torrance details the probe regulators are to launch into hotel booking websites, and British boxer Antony Joshua is at the heaviest weight of his career ahead of his bout with Carlos Takam.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Thursday 26 October, Retailers have reported sales falling at a greater rate than any point since the financial crisis in 2009, the UK could face a further battle with the European Union, as it negotiates its ‘divorce deal’, migration will account for three-quarters of population growth in the UK over the next 25 years, police have clashed with opposition supporters in Kenya and the release of thousands of top secret government files could finally answer the theories around the assassination of JFK
In the Telegraph’s Five by Five briefing for today,Tuesday 25 October, Davis warns MPs may not get Brexit vote until UK has left the EU in 2019, New figures show the UK economy has grown between July and September as this could boost interest rates and Labour MP Jared O’Mara has been suspended from party over new allegations.
In the Telegraph’s Five by Five briefing for today,Tuesday 24 October, Donald Tusk says 'Britian wont defeat the EU', Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure to sack Labour MP following offensive comments and Psychopaths can be beneficial to society, according to a new study.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 23 October, Deputy Political Editor Steven Swinford has the latest on Theresa May allegedly appearing "tormented" during a private Brexit dinner with Jean-Claude Juncker, Boris Johnson backs Donald Trump's stance towards North Korea, people driving older cars in London are hit by an added £10 on the capital's Congestion Charge, a British actor-turned-soldier ridicules Isil as he stands in the ruins of the recently-liberated Syrian city of Raqqa, and a Kremlin critic is stabbed in Moscow as she hosts a radio talk show.