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  • 5x5 bulletin for Thursday 16 November: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph
    "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."

  • 5x5 bulletin for Thursday 2 November: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph
    "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."

  • 5x5 bulletin for Friday 27 October: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph
    "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."

  • 5x5 bulletin for Thursday 26 October: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph
    "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."

  • 5x5 bulletin for Tuesday 24 October: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph
    "In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Thursday 24 October, Donald Tusk suggests Britain can still back out of Brexit,
    Jean-Claude Juncker tells 'no deal' Brexiteers they've got no friends in Brussels, photographer Terry Richardson admits to 'explicit' and 'sexual' professional interactions after top fashion publications move to dump his work, Floridians fear a serial killer may be at large following three potentially linked murders, and a new laboratory in the Netherlands debuts a DNA testing method that could help identify thousands of missing people."


  • 5x5 bulletin for Wednesday 18 October: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph
    "In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 18 October, the Government's flagship Brexit bill faces more delays, the Prime Minister comes under pressure over Universal Credit, and China's president promises the country will take a "new historical direction"."
  • 5x5 bulletin for Wednesday 4 October: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph (04:14)
    "In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 4 October, Prime Minister Theresa May is 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 EU Commission proposals for a customs control 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." 
  • 5x5 bulletin for Friday 22 September: Today's essential news from the Telegraph
    "In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Friday 22 September, the latest on Theresa May's Brexit speech in Florence, Uber being denied a new licence to operate in the capital, a couple appearing in court after a charred body was discovered in south west London and Prince Harry's arrival in Toronto for the Invictus Games."
  • 5x5 bulletin for Friday 15 September: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph (05:55)
    "In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Friday 15 September, correspondents from across the newsroom report on the bucket bomb that was detonated on a packed London Underground train at Parsons Green, the US calling on China and Russia to take 'direct action’ on North Korea, and the fiery end of Cassini groundbreaking mission to Saturn."
  • LISTEN: The Telegraph's daily news bulletin for Wednesday 30 August (06:20)
    "In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Wednesday 30 August, correspondents from across the newsroom report on Theresa May’s response
    to Pyongyang’s latest missile launch, the ongoing recovery process in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, and the surprise resignation
    of Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale."

  • LISTEN: The Telegraph’s daily news bulletin for Tuesday 29 August (06:08)
    "In the Telegraph's Five by Five briefing for today, Tuesday 29 August, correspondents from across the newsroom report on the latest developments
    on the Korean peninsula and beyond, the ongoing Brexit negotiations and of course, the long awaited return of the great British bake off to UK television."

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