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In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Friday 1 December; David Davis could resign if Damian Green is sacked; Donald Trump's former adviser charged with lying about Russia links to FBI; Benefit fraud surges by £200million in a year; Mortgage rates fall for first-time buyers; 2018 World Cup draw latest.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Thursday 30 November; Theresa May says that the UK isn’t afraid to rebuke America; Conservative MPs call for Trump’s Twitter account to be deleted; Michel Barnier has become arrogant over Brexit Bill; North Korea has brought the US closer to war; and care homes are illegally charging residents after death.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 29 November, British and EU negotiators have reached a deal over the so-called Brexit bill - opening the door to a potential breakthrough in talks in December; with Theresa May in the Middle East - stand-ins Damian Green and Emily Thornberry faced each other at Prime Minister's Questions, and it’s been claimed that Mr Green offered a job to a writer 30 years his junior at the same time as making sexual advances towards her.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Monday 27 November; Former Irish PM says to trust Theresa May about border issues; Bitcoin currency rises as sceptics say a fall must follow; the gender pay gap in the public sector has made no progress; Bali’s volcano alert is at the highest and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announce their engagement.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five Briefing for today, Friday 24 November, militants have killed at least 235 people and wounded dozens more at a mosque in Egypt, Theresa May meets the European Council president Donald Tusk and fears of the Irish problem adding to Brexit problems for the UK
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Thursday 23 November; The IFS warns that the UK won’t fall to pre crisis levels for more than 40 years; The NHS has been given £350m to last the winter; European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker refuses to say if 45bn is enough; Can Britain tackle flooding in the face of extreme weather?; And a Finnish bakery offers bread made from crickets.
In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Tuesday 21 November, as Robert Mugabe resigns as President of Zimbabwe, Senior Foreign Correspondent Roland Oliphant assesses a dramatic day in Harare, Asa Bennett comments on apparent confusion in Government over the European Court of Justice's jurisdiction post-Brexit, Middle East Correspondent Raf Sanchez reports on the meeting in Russia between Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad and Vladimir Putin, fears of data manipulation at a forensics lab in the UK mean scores of prosecutions have been dropped and convictions hang in the balance, and the National Lottery ponders the introductions of a new prize - £10,000 per month, for life
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.