The Two-Minute Briefing

The Two-Minute Briefing

By The Telegraph

Keep up to speed with The Telegraph's two-minute news briefings - bringing you clarity on the most important issues of the day. Available every weekday morning and evening.

Episodes

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, August 13

A-levels: Students brace for results in year with no exams https://bit.ly/33Txzwb | Politics liveblog: Knives out for 'incompetent' Gavin Williamson https://bit.ly/2DOUD4z | Op-ed: Education Secretary on why he won't boost results https://bit.ly/2DVk9VM | Disaster: Investigation after worst rail crash for 16 years https://bit.ly/31TncGm | Weather: 'Tropical nights' survival guide for sweltering UK https://bit.ly/3aj69RA | Santa Barbara set: Inside Harry and Meghan's glamorous world https://bit.ly/2PLR1Th | Staycations: Hidden secrets of England's most underrated county https://bit.ly/3aleHY7 | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our summer sale and you can save 50pc - just £1 a week for six months. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3ifjptc.
13/08/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday August 12

Train derails: Three dead and six hospitalised after landslip in AberdeenshireUK recession: Five charts showing where Covid hit the economy hardestGrowth already back: Now the lightning recession is over, what really matters is the recoveryMeghan and Harry: Sussexes new permanent US home revealedKamala Harris: The moment she turned on Joe Biden, and sealed US vice-presidential nominationThe underrated 007: Why Timothy Dalton's The Living Daylights is still the nastiest, truest BondRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our summer sale and you can save 50pc - just £1 a week for six months. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3ifjptc. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.  
12/08/202m 9s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, August 12

Economic plunge: UK's worst fall in output since records began | Case studies: Will the Boomer generation ever find work again? | Politics liveblog: 'Chaotic' changes to exams system attacked | Q&A: How will grades be calculated without exams? | Duchess of Sussex: Meghan could be quizzed in court about book | UK weather: Latest thunderstorm and flood warnings | Shedding pounds: How to lose weight like Hugh Bonneville | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our summer sale and you can save 50pc - just £1 a week for six months. Sign up here.
12/08/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, August 11

World’s 'first Covid vaccine': Russia gives approval with Putin saying one of his daughters has had itUK trials: When will a Covid-19 vaccine be ready?Exam results U-turn: Scottish reversal 'will put pressure on rest of UK to follow suit'Sussexes' biography: Prince Charles' birthday portrait was 'absolute nightmare', says new bookFinding Freedom review: Harry and Meghan whinge for Britain in a self-pitying, juicy moanathonRoss Clark: No, Europe isn't being engulfed by a deadly second waveStill haunted by The Woman in Black: The bone-chilling power of ITV's lost horror classicRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our summer sale and you can save 50pc - just £1 a week for six months. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3ifjptc. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.  
11/08/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, August 11

Test and trace: Staff admit to sitting idle for weeks | Camilla Tominey: Schools battle will be PM's 'Thatcher moment' | Politics liveblog: 730,000 jobs lost in first four months of crisis | McDonald's: Firm sues former chief executive over relationships | One's favourite: Queen 'watches sci-fi adventure' every year | White House shooting: Trump scrambled from briefing room | Spying: Is your boss watching while you work from home? | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our Summer Sale and you can save 50 per cent for six months. Sign up here. 
11/08/202m 32s

The Evening Briefing: Monday August 10

Test and trace: Troubled national system to be scaled backSherelle Jacobs: September schools showdown is make or break for Boris JohnsonMigrant crossings: RAF surveillance plane deployed to Channel PM condemns 'stupid' attempts to reach BritainPaul Charles: I have the inside line on the UK's quarantine policy, and France is likely to be ditched this weekCrackdown on protesters: 'My night of fear and anxiety in the violent aftermath of the Belarus election'Adopted by an MI6 agent: The extraordinary life of Pablo Escobar's secret sonRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our Summer Sale and you can save 50 per cent for six months. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3ifjptc. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
10/08/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, August 10

Plan B: Union plan for schools to go week on, week off https://bit.ly/31CwOot | Covid-19 deaths: Why daily count could be scrapped https://bit.ly/2PE2AvR | Politics liveblog: Minister attacks rise in migrant crossings https://bit.ly/3ko8uzv | Breakthrough: Alzheimer's drug on fast track for approval https://bit.ly/31zDFzb | Radio: How listeners can recreate concerts at home https://bit.ly/3irrQ4Y | Simon Cowell: Mogul breaks back after falling off bicycle https://bit.ly/3aflCCq | Ben Stokes: All-rounder will miss rest of England's Test series https://bit.ly/2PGA1hf | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our Summer Sale and you can save 50 per cent for six months. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3ifjptc.
10/08/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Friday, August 7

Coronavirus liveblog: Preston told to bring in new lockdown restrictions following spike in casesQuarantine conundrum: British holidaymakers weigh up returning early from FranceMigrant analysis: 7,500 illegal Channel migrants could reach UK by ChristmasBritain bakes: Pictures as Britons enjoy hottest August day since 200314 dead: Air India Express flight crashes at Calicut airportJonathan Edwards interview: 25 years on, his triple jump world record has stood the test of timeRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our Summer Sale and you can save 50 per cent for six months. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3ifjptc. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
07/08/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, August 7

France fears: Ministers monitoring rising Covid-19 cases | Holiday quarantine: Mapped - which country will be next? | 'Dominic Cummings effect': Big loss of public confidence | Exam U-turn: Pupils win reprieve over appeals | Scorchio!: The coolest way to beat the heatwave | Lockdown blues: Has Covid given you ‘low-grade depression’? | England on the rocks: Geoffrey Boycott on precarious position | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our Summer Sale and you can save 50 per cent for six months. Sign up here.
07/08/202m 21s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday August 6

Second wave: Fears as infection rates rise across EuropeQuarantine list: Could rise in cases mean France is place on "red" list - liveblogCaroline Flack: Mother accuses CPS and police of 'having it in for' her daughterWindsor Castle: Garden designed by the Duke of Edinburgh opens to public for first time in 40 yearsAmmonium nitrate: Large stores in Australia cause local residents serious concernThe shambolic Genesis reunion: How old bandmates saved Peter Gabriel from financial ruinRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Take advantage of our Summer Sale and you can save 50 per cent for six months. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3ifjptc. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
06/08/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, August 6

Lebanon blast: Officials warned chemicals 'could blow up all of Beirut' | First-person piece: 'My brush with death in the middle of explosion' | Long-read: 75 years since the atomic bomb in Hiroshima | Politics liveblog: Trees in every street to end ‘identikit estates’ | Covid tweet: Twitter freezes Trump account over false claim | Ranked: The 20 accents regarded as most attractive | Big office divide: The stay-at-home brigade v commuting crew | Secret seaside: Ten UK alternatives to crowded Cornwall beaches | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
06/08/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday August 5

Inside story: How chemicals abandoned by a Russian businessman triggered a devastating blast felt in CyprusAmmonium nitrate: What is it and why did it cause the blast in Beirut?Aberdeen lockdown: Pubs and restaurants ordered to close amid 'significant' outbreakDuchess of Sussex: Meghan wins right to keep friends' names privateCaroline Flack: TV presenter tried to take her own life the night before she was due in court for 'show trial', inquest hearsSamsung Galaxy Note 20: New phone unveiled at live eventRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
05/08/202m 26s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, August 5

Latest updates: Dozens dead in catastrophe likened to Hiroshima | Josie Ensor analysis: Why Beirut's explosion was years in the making | Politics liveblog: Britain 'ready to support' Lebanon after blast | Education warning: 'Close pubs and shops to reopen schools', says tsar | Royal tears: Duchess of Cambridge bursts into tears at lockdown stories | Feeling the strain?: What lockdown did to our bodies - and how to fix it | Match report: Sam Wallace on Fulham's return to the big time | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
05/08/202m 27s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday August 4

Cases rising: Is a second wave beginning to sweep through Europe?Australian surge: How Victoria's coronavirus strategy unravelled with sex scandals and assaults on policeHuge explosions: Blasts rock central Beirut wounding a 'large number'Tui cancels more holidays: Operator offers refunds for Spain and PortugalShow of unity: Royals wish the Duchess of Sussex a happy 39th birthday after book revelationStumbling interview: Donald Trump criticised after saying US coronavirus death rate 'is what it is'Isabelle Fraser: How the Government has doomed first-time buyersRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
04/08/202m 31s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, August 4

Over-50s: How Cabinet ministers mounted a backlash against the plan | At-a-glance: The latest rules on social distancing and shielding | Politics liveblog: Schools reopening 'not up for debate', says minister | Russian 'hack': Email attack prompts government security review | Royals: Duchess of Cambridge hails Red Cross as part of family | Duchess of Sussex: At 39, her tough year may have only started | Tried and tested: Britain's most popular SUVs - our verdicts | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
04/08/202m 27s

The Evening Briefing: Monday August 3

'Hacked from minister': Leaked documents brandished by Jeremy Corbyn 'were stolen by Russians from minister's account'Return of the commute: Are commuters now back on the move in your area - and is there a new rush hour?Over-50s shielding: Downing Street backtracks on over-50s proposalPrince Louis: New picture on thank you card to fans who sent birthday well wishesJohn Hume dies: Former SDLP leader who stood up for peaceful nationalism and won the Nobel Prize – obituary'An affront to the memories of British sailors': The lies that sank sub thriller U-571Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
03/08/202m 20s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, August 8

New tests: Rapid procedure means entire cities can be tested | Shielding: Latest rules - and how they could change for over-50s | Politics liveblog: Chief Whip 'failed to act in Tory MP rape case' | BBC show: Sir David Attenborough's project to lift your spirits | Future of fitness: How should we exercise in post-Covid era? | Great escape: How to join the city exodus to the country | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
03/08/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Friday, July 31

'Squeezing the brake': Boris Johnson halts planned easing of lockdown measuresFace mask rules: Where they are compulsory and the changes coming soonComplete guide: What are the current UK lockdown rules?Prince Andrew: Duke of York lobbied US government for Epstein to get 'favourable' plea deal, court documents claim Ghislaine Maxwell: Heiress accused of lying about not seeing Epstein for a decade before his deathMini heatwave: Britain bakes on third hottest day on recordOld school approach: How Princess Anne became beleaguered monarchy's shining lightJamie Carragher: How David Luiz can win the FA Cup final for ArsenalRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
31/07/202m 18s

The Morning Briefing: Friday July 31

Partial lockdown: Restrictions reimposed across north of EnglandSecond wave fears: How concerned should we be about a coronavirus resurgence?Travel ban: Portugal remains but countries with worse Covid rate stay on green listUS election: Trump hints at legal action and claims result could be delayed by 'years'How to keep cool in bed: Lessons from an ex-insomniac on how to sleep during a heatwaveGoodbye to a national treasure: The late, great Argos catalogueRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
31/07/202m 4s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday July 30

'Naughty Tory': Charlie Elphicke dumped on Twitter after guilty verdictExcess fatalities: England suffers Europe's most extra pandemic deaths'Two to three weeks behind': Is the UK tracking the same trajectory as Spain's 'second wave'? US election: Donald Trump suggests delaying vote over coronavirus and mail-in vote concernsThe End: A Fourth Plinth sculpture as disturbing as life in 2020 BritainComedy's fastest cancellation: The writer of ‘Hitler sitcom’ Heil Honey I'm Home! tells allRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
30/07/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday July 30

10 days: Isolation for Covid-19 to be increased by three daysFour graphs: Is a second wave beginning to sweep through Europe?Coronavirus, six months on: Everything we know about the disease that has swept the worldThe doctor will WhatsApp you now: Matt Hancock to announce NHS reforms'Highly respectful': Exeter retain Chiefs moniker but 'retire' club mascot following board reviewSherelle Jacobs: Covid has doomed millennials to be a lost generationThe politics of Percy Pigs: Why I won't let my beloved sweet be 'cancelled'Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
30/07/202m 27s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday July 29

Pub outbreak: 'Hundreds' demand Covid tests amid 10 positive results after punters crammed into beer gardenAvoiding Brits abroad: Germans flock to Spain after British quarantine announcementFighting jihadist extemism: Why British troops are heading for the UN's most dangerous battlefieldDuchess of Sussex: Meghan accused of compromising privacy of her own friendsCovid-19 vaccine: Russia says it is close to world's first approvalReturn to ground zero: The local council official who stopped coronavirus in GermanyRead all these articles with a _Telegraph_ subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
29/07/202m 17s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday July 29

Airport testing: Heathrow boss calls for passenger virus tests on arrivalThe process: How would Heathrow’s coronavirus test work?£1 flights: Cut-price travel to Europe offered as airlines scramble to save holiday season'K-shaped' recovery: How Covid bounceback may be dividedPrincess Anne: Are campaigning royals 'dangerous or well informed'?William Sitwell: Calorie counting will kill our restaurantsThis summer's best-dressed women: Learn how to master their looksRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
29/07/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, July 28

Holiday quarantine: Europe seeing 'signs of second wave', warns Boris JohnsonDraconian rules: Holidaymakers returning from Spain can't even leave home to exerciseMadeleine McCann: Police start digging up allotment in northern GermanyPrincess Diana: Famous dress worn to dance with John Travolta to go on showAnthony Brett: Depp/Heard trial has exploded celebrity's great lieStuart Broad: Why he's likely to be the last ever fast bowler to take 500 Test wicketsRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
28/07/202m 3s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday July 28

Quarantine reduction: Plan to cut self-isolation to 10 days for people arriving from Spain'Doing nothing is not an option': The 'significant change' that led to Spain quarantine'Licence to kill' case: MI6 spies tried to interfere, High Court documents revealRise of the anti-maskers: The psychology of why face coverings are causing so much upsetGhislaine Maxwell: Heiress fights to keep 'nude photos' secret ahead of trialIt's Mantel against the Americans: Your essential guide to Booker Prize 2020Read all these articles with a _Telegraph_ subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
28/07/202m 18s

The Evening Briefing: Monday July 27

Holiday quarantine: Which country will be next?Empty beaches and fear of flying: Europe faces tough summer tourist season'Way overweight': Boris Johnson admits 'I was too fat'First pet case: Cat catches coronavirus from owner in UK's first confirmed animal infectionHealthy obsession?: I became obsessed with my daily 10,000 steps during lockdownTom Stevenson: Why now is the time to invest in GermanyRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
27/07/201m 57s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, July 27

War on waists: Lose 5lb and save the NHS £100m, says Matt HancockMatt Hancock: We are taking action to get the nation's health back on trackGet back in shape: The six-week summer exercise plan - part oneTravel trouble: France and Germany could join Spain on UK's quarantine listNew biography: Prince Harry 'in a trance' after first date with Meghan MarkleKey revelations: Summary of claims in upcoming biography of Harry and MeghanCamilla Tominey: After finding their freedom at last, Harry and Meghan have never appeared more trappedDame Olivia de Havilland: Oscar-winning actress who made her name in Gone With the WindOliver Brown: The Premier League has justified its return after final day not short of emotion and dramaRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
27/07/202m 12s

The Evening Briefing: Friday July 24

Pc Andrew Harper: Three teenagers convicted of killing newlywed officerA blight on the community: Driver who killed Pc Andrew Harper had been criminal since childhoodCoronavirus liveblog: PM admits Government didn't understand severity of outbreak at firstPortugal shunned: UK keeps travel ban on Portugal but leaves Spain on 'safe list'Virus mapped: The regions of Spain seeing a second outbreakJohnny Depp libel trial: Amber Heard accused of beating up her younger sister as video emerges'A vile free-love cultist': The affair that ruined Ingrid BergmanRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
24/07/202m 25s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, July 24

Face masks: Sainsbury’s and Asda refuse to enforce new rules | Guidance: How it affects your daily life - and who is exempt | Top tips: How to make a fashionable, protective mask at home | Flu vaccination: 30million will be offered free jabs this year | Politics liveblog: Watershed planned for junk food TV adverts | Legal action: Harry and Meghan sue over drone photographs | Andrew Lloyd Webber interview: 'Chinese want to buy up our theatres' | One year in No 10: Message behind Carrie Symonds' style evolution | Summer deal: Become an annual Telegraph subscriber - and get a free English Heritage membership | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
24/07/202m 28s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday, July 23

Brexit talks: UK is making trade deal 'unlikely', Michel Barnier warnsPatrick O'Flynn: Boris Johnson's 1st year in Downing Street has been an epic motion picturePM's Scotland visit: Nicola Sturgeon accuses Boris Johnson of using Covid-19 as 'campaign tool'Face masks: Government guidance on where they must be worn from tomorrow - and where they are not compulsoryFace masks in shops: Rules on compulsory coverings, fines and who is exempt from wearing oneShed of the year: Shortlist revealed for UK's best garden havenMan Utd: A purge is coming - shown by over-playing of strongest XIRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
23/07/202m 9s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, July 23

New rules: Face masks to become compulsory in takeaways | Shane Watson: Nine unexpected perks of wearing a face mask | Politics liveblog: Boris Johnson's Union message to Scotland | Emergency talks: Britain seeks to blame EU for Brexit deal failure | Donald Trump: 'Ask Prince Andrew about Epstein island' | Anfield report: Liverpool collect Premier League trophy | Summer holidays plan B: Six brilliant family days out in Britain | Summer deal: Become an annual Telegraph subscriber - and get a free English Heritage membership | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
23/07/202m 41s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday July 22

Virus mutation: New Covid alteration 'helping outbreaks spread faster'Coronavirus liveblog: Care home visit guidance released and global cases reach 15mFiery PMQs: Johnson accuses Starmer of undermining Brexit vote as pair clash over RussiaMichael Deacon: Johnson and Starmer may be sworn foes... but they do have one thing in commonPrince Philip: Duke of Edinburgh, 99, steps out for rare public engagementLabour pays 'substantial damages': Corbyn hits out at Starmer over anti-Semitism whistleblowersJames Corrigan: A love letter to the ChampionshipRead all these articles with a _Telegraph_ subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
22/07/202m 22s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, June 22

Mike Pompeo: US secretary of state claims China 'bought' WHO | Analysis: Surging Covid-19 hurting Mr Trump's re-election chances | EU talks: Britain close to abandoning hope of Brexit trade deal | New pictures: Prince George follows father's style footsteps at seven | Snubbed novels: Why the Booker Prize so often gets it wrong | Tesla: Is the green investment bubble about to burst? | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
22/07/202m 32s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, July 21

Russia report: Putin's key allies 'well integrated' in British society - key findingsMike Pompeo visit: US Secretary of State urges nations to 'push back' against ChinaCoronavirus rescue fund: What the EU's €750bn deal means for BrexitPrince Harry: Duke of Sussex accuses republican group of 'unjust' attack on his charitiesCoping mechanism: How to deal with back-to-work anxietyJack Charlton: Thousands line the streets to pay their respectsRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
21/07/202m 35s

The Evening Briefing: Monday, July 20

Oxford trials: Vaccine induces immune reaction, results show| Coronavirus jab: What happens next on the route to a vaccine | UK-China relations: How Beijing might react to the tough stance | High Court: Heard says Depp 'threatened to kill me many times' | Nell Dunn interview: 'I found Chelsea boring - nobody talked to me' | 'White wardrobe': How the Queen Mother became a style icon | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
21/07/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, July 21

Exclusive: Kremlin 'tried to meddle in Scottish independence vote' | Liveblog: Rolling news and analysis of Russia interference report | Covid-19: Hopes vaccine could be ready for Christmas | Prince Andrew: Palace aides 'thought Newsnight interview went well' | Fergie and friends: How the Duchess of York reinvented herself | Multigenerational living on the rise: How to get the balance right | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
21/07/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, July 20

Exclusive: Lockdown may cause 200,000 extra deaths | Liveblog: Minister says lockdown was 'right decision' | Working from home: Our top tips for staying productive | Obesity: NHS weight loss surgery drive to tackle crisis | Royals: How Beatrice ensured Andrew played his part | 'Drinking was my dirty secret': Bryony Gordon book extract | Manchester United 1 Chelsea 3: James Ducker's match report | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
20/07/202m 28s

The Evening Briefing: Friday July 17

Ending lockdown: Boris Johnson channels his inner Santa to give us the prospect of normality by ChristmasWhat are the changes? | Summary of the new lockdown rulesPrincess Beatrice: Secret wedding at Windsor Castle with Queen and Prince Philip as guestsCaptain Sir Tom Moore: Pandemic hero knighted by the QueenDeath of the jumbo jet: Why has British Airways retired its fleet of 747s?Opening Ceremony: ‘The spirit of London 2012 has never left me’Read all these articles with a _Telegraph_ subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
17/07/202m 28s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, July 17

Oxford study: UK may have enough immunity to prevent new wave | Liveblog: Follow live updates and analysis from Downing St briefing | Camilla Tominey: Mixed messages not helping nation scared out of wits | In charts: Has Covid-19 brought an end to the daily commute? | Royal interview: Princess Anne reveals her battle against sexism | Russia: How 'Cozy Bear' hunted for vaccine secrets - inside story | Telegraph news quiz: Test your knowledge of the week just gone | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
17/07/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday July 16

Hacking claims: Russia 'attempted to steal UK's Covid-19 vaccine research'Election 'meddling': Russians 'tried to interfere in election by promoting leaked trade documents touted by Jeremy Corbyn'Vallance hits back: UK's coronavirus outcome 'has not been good'Leicester lockdown: Restrictions to be only partially lifted, Matt Hancock confirmsCoronavirus tests: Kits halted over safety fears'Campfires' on the Sun: Pictures from British-built probe are closest ever takenRosa Silverman: End of commuting isn't just about fear - life's betterHave a laugh: The 50 best jokes from the Edinburgh Fringe over the yearsRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
16/07/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, July 16

Breakthrough: Oxford scientists find jab may offer 'double protection' | PM road map: Boris Johnson calls for commuters to return to workplaces | Face mask etiquette guide: Where, when and how to wear them | Video: Bristol council removes statue of Black Lives Matter protester | Politics liveblog: Parliament fights back against 'overpowering' No 10 | Twitter hack: High-profile figures hit by major bitcoin scam | Island escape: How to buy a private island for cost of a London flat | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
16/07/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday July 15

Extra restrictions: Blackburn facing 'rising tide' of coronavirus casesRisk of local lockdowns: Are Covid-19 cases in your area rising or falling?Serena Davies: How ‘mask rage’ ruined my trip to the National GalleryGhislaine Maxwell: Heiress secretly married but won't reveal husband's identity say prosecutorsColston statue: Black Lives Matter sculpture replaces slave traderThe cancel-culture fightback: How the ‘Harper’s letter’ astonished the Twitter mobOliver Stone's JFK: Why it is the greatest lie Hollywood ever toldTelegraph Community Hub: One-stop shop to engage with our journalistsRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
15/07/202m 25s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday July 14

Mask wearing: Should face coverings be compulsory in the office?Capital gains tax: Rishi Sunak orders review amid fears of rate increaseHuawei banned: Chinese firm stripped from UK's 5G network - delaying roll-outDiplomatic row: How might China react to the UK's Huawei decision?'Upset, baffled, annoyed': Clive Tyldesley to be replaced as ITV lead commentatorJim White: ITV are wrong to cast aside a titan of commentary like Clive TyldesleyGhislaine Maxwell: Heiress to face Epstein victim in court as she pleads for bailEddie Jones exclusive interview: 'I look for players with difficult backgrounds'Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
14/07/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, July 14

New rules: Shoppers without a mask risk £100 fine | Do face masks work?: Here's what the science says | Doomsday: Second wave could see twice as many deaths | Huawei: PM will agree to 5G network ban - liveblog | Duchess of Cambridge: Help for new mothers like 'gold dust' | Move over Cotswolds: Somerset, the new home of the A-list |Man United 2 Southampton 2: James Ducker’s match report | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
14/07/202m 21s

The Evening Briefing: Monday July 13

Face masks: Mixed messaging as Tories tussle with their libertarian principles'Covid secure' massage: 'Although I was nervous, my first visit to the spa post-lockdown was an absolute joy'Beauty treatments: What is allowed and what are the guidelines?New immigration scheme: Post-Brexit plan snubs overseas social care staffRoyal tipple: Buckingham Palace to sell gin made from Queen's own gardenRobbie Collin: Kelly Preston was more than a male fantasy – 1990s Hollywood let her downJason Burt: Man City's win over Uefa is arguably the biggest in club's historyRead all these articles with a _Telegraph_ subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI 
13/07/202m 20s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, July 13

*Immigration*: Crackdown to bar EU criminals - live updates | *Travel*: Britons urged to renew passports to expire within a year | *Matt Hancock*: Covid-19 outbreaks running at 100 a week | *Dispatch*: Drunk Britons cause 'total chaos' in Magaluf | *'Tesla of the sky’*: Flying taxi maker aims to match Elon Musk | *Against vegan grain*: Eating meat good for you - and the planet | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
13/07/202m 26s

The Evening Briefing: Friday July 10

Beards v brows row: Leading Tory MP threatens to challenge 'serious gender divide' in lockdown easing'Haphazard and reactive': Government ban on face treatments is 'misogynistic', says leading doctorFace masks: PM hints they may become mandatory in shopsDame Vera Lynn funeral: Flypast and tributes to the Forces' SweetheartJamie Carragher: Man Utd remind me of Liverpool of past 30 yearsTelegraph news quiz: Test your knowledge of the week just goneRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
10/07/201m 58s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, July 10

'Stunning' results: Parts of New York may have reached 68pc immunity | Second wave?: What a resurgence around the world tells us about the risk | Liveblog: No cruises until October to avoid another repatriation, says minister | New rules: Normality edges closer in latest easing of restrictions | Home working: Tips for setting up a stylish, stimulating office | Battle of Britain 80 years on: Fear, exhaustion and unimaginable stress | Scyld Berry: How Ben Stokes faces an uphill battle | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
10/07/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday, July 9

'Time to get match fit': Indoor gyms to reopen on July 25Work out safely: When UK gyms reopen, what will the new rules be?High street bloodbath: Nearly 7,000 jobs at risk as Boots, John Lewis and Burger King warn of cutsJobs crisis: All the businesses where the axe is falling across the UKDuchess of Sussex: 'Naming friends who defended me is just clickbait'Johnny Depp: Actor attacked ex Amber Heard while filming Pirates of the Caribbean, court hears'If we can't survive, no one will': The future of the great British country pubRead all these articles with a _Telegraph_ subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
09/07/202m 9s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday July 8

Chancellor's meal deal: Rishi Sunak announces half-price dining out for all in AugustHelping hospitality sector: Rishi Sunak cuts VAT in mini-BudgetTom Harris: Rishi Sunak may end up driving Labour further Left into irrelevancy£1,000 bonus: Businesses paid to bring back furloughed staffAt a glance: How Rishi Sunak's mini-Budget will affect youBrexit talks: Angela Merkel tells EU to prepare for no trade dealBreaking news: Person dies after crane collapses onto house trapping people insideJohnny Depp: Hollywood actor dangled Amber Heard's pet dog out of a speeding car window, court hearsRead all these articles with a _Telegraph_ subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
08/07/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, July 8

Mini-budget: How Chancellor will kickstart the economy | Live updates: FTSE slips ahead of Rishi Sunak statement | Political reaction: Ex-minister warns 'jury is out' on economy | Inspections: Care homes investigated over Covid-19 safety | Palace staff: Internal memo lays bare the scale of job cuts | Cricket: Everything to expect from a series like no other | TikTok: How app found itself subject of intense scrutiny | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
08/07/202m 14s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday July 7

Super Saturday hangover: 'Super-spreader' forces three businesses in seaside town to close'Mini-Budget' plan: Rishi Sunak to announce immediate stamp duty cutJeremy Warner: Chancellor will need to do something radical to avoid surge in unemploymentJohnny Depp: Hollywood actor 'is not and never has been a wife beater'Election war gaming: Republicans and DC veterans fear Donald Trump won't accept defeatBoohoo CEO interview: Could the fast-fashion chain's bubble burst as quickly as it ballooned?Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
07/07/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, July 7

Green giveaway: What to expect from summer economic update | Analysis: Camilla Tominey - can Rishi Sunak land on his feet? | Liveblog: PM under pressure over 'cowardly' care homes comments | Pubs plan: How licensing rules could be relaxed for a year | Obesity concerns: Guide to losing weight without going on a diet | Arts bailout: Inside the nail-biting 48 hours that saved UK culture | Fight club: Pitch clash but Spurs hold on to beat Everton | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
07/07/202m 19s

The Evening Briefing: Monday July 6

Prince Harry and Meghan: We must acknowledge 'uncomfortable' past of the CommonwealthStop and search video: British sprinter Bianca Williams speaks to lawyers after accusing police of racial profilingBoris Johnson: Care homes didn't follow procedures correctly during Covid-19 outbreakEnnio Morricone: Oscar-winning giant of film music who wrote more than 500 scores – Telegraph obituaryRosa Prince: Is Trump set for most dramatic comeback in history?Stamp duty: Why an autumn holiday will paralyse the property marketRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
06/07/202m 12s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, July 6

Economic package: £1,000 bonuses for firms that hire young trainees | Maps: Regions hit hardest by Britain's growing unemployment crisis | Ben Lawrence: Arts simply cannot survive without live performances | Liveblog: When will theatres open? Arts bailout will help 'weather storm' | Don't book yet!: These countries still have restrictions on UK arrivals | Telegraph writers: Was lockdown really a price worth paying? | F1 divided: Drivers decline to join Lewis Hamilton - pictures | Fever checks and perspex: Inside Covid-proof gyms of the future | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
06/07/202m 20s

Super Saturday Briefing: July 4

Super Saturday: Live updates and pictures as England's lockdown eased | 'New normal': Telegraph writers test put coronavirus guidelines to test | New rules: What you can, cannot and should not do from today | Return of staycations: Our guide to ten of the best UK beach holidays | Laughing through lockdown: Family's daily fancy dress rota - pictures | Video: Police attacked with bricks as they try to break up illegal rave | Earl Cameron: Doctor Who and Thunderball actor dies at 102 | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
04/07/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Friday, July 3

Travel takes off: Where you can - and cannot - go without quarantining | Our picks: The best hotels reopening in Europe this summer | Super Saturday: What you can, cannot and should not do | First taste: Eleanor Steafel tries a Covid-secure restaurant | Interview: Meet the star of 2020’s Last Night of the Proms | Great British Sewing Bee: Winner trades plaid for PPE | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
03/07/202m 19s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, July 3

Ghislaine Maxwell: What next for Duke as friend's arrest sparks scrutiny? | Camilla Tominey: Must-read profile of socialite described as 'Girl Friday' | Travel: Quarantine to be dropped - live updates as countries announced | Boris Johnson: PM's radio phone-in - follow our politics liveblog | Super Saturday: Do not let us down, English pubgoers told | Manchester City 4 Liverpool 0: Jason Burt's match report | Friday news quiz: Test your knowledge of the week just gone | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
03/07/202m 20s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, July 2

Travel: Quarantine rules to be lifted for 75 countries | New figures: Infections tumbled after lockdown was relaxed | Education: Final draft of guidelines for schools from September | Liveblog: Follow Gavin Williamson's lunchtime statement live | Seven-year hitch: Why pets might be 'older' than you think | Hong Kong protests: Dispatch as police use water cannon | Oliver Brown: Football's Black Lives Matter problem | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
02/07/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday July 1

Lockdown 'watch list': The areas that could face local lockdowns within daysRising cases: The 36 cities and counties where Covid cases are on the up'Lost week': Boris Johnson defends Government over Leicester lockdownHong Kong: UK offers British citizenship to nearly 3m people after China's security crackdownIain Duncan Smith: Hong Kong’s plight is a Tiananmen Square moment for the free worldBlack Lives Matter: Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp fail to wear badge as concerns grow about movement's 'ideology''One title is not enough': Jamie Carragher interviews Trent Alexander-ArnoldRosa Prince: Theresa May shows how to be a bloody difficult womanRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
01/07/202m 21s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, July 1

Black Lives Matter: Protests may have spread coronavirus | Leicester: Mayor who broke rules to meet lover tries officials' patience | Air bridges: Follow latest updates in our politics liveblog | Immunity: Figures may be twice as high as believed | Schools guidance: Children told to walk or cycle to school | National Gallery: Exclusive tour as it prepares to reopen | Brighton 0 Man Utd 3: Paul Hayward's match report | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
01/07/202m 18s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday June 30

'Unusually high': Coronavirus rate in children caused Leicester lockdown, Matt Hancock saysLeicester lockdown map: What areas are included, and what are the rules?'Build, build, build': PM announces 'most radical' planning reforms since end of WW2Travel news: EU puts 14 countries on ‘safe list’, but excludes the USForget burnout: Here is why you might have 'boreout'A tale of two princes: What William and Harry's vastly different styles say about themRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
30/06/202m 6s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, June 30

Leicester lockdown: Travel ban on table, says Matt Hancock - follow live | 'New deal' speech: PM's 'Rooseveltian' focus - live updates and analysis | New curriculum: Return to teaching all subjects might take a year | Cheers!: Alcohol is good for you, researchers find | Interview: Cherie Blair on picking up Tony’s domestic slack | Cricket campaign: England star Ben Stokes backs our call | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
30/06/202m 24s

The Evening Briefing: Monday June 29

Local lockdowns: The 36 cities and counties where Covid cases are risingNew wedding guidance: Couples told to wash hands before and after exchanging ringsPolitics latest: PM rules out return to austerity as Downing Street sets September deadline for Brexit talksDeath of the waiter: Restaurants to use Deliveroo app for table serviceSorry, woke mob: China Girl does not make David Bowie a racistDenise Welch: 'I feel grateful that I'm still standing'Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
29/06/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, June 29

Whitehall revolution: PM wants Brexiteer to head the Civil Service | Education blitz: £1.5bn for schools to bounce back from Covid| Leicester: First local lockdown could be enforced 'within days' | Staycations: Sun, sea and... streets free of cars this summer | Get on your bike: How to join the cycle to work revolution | Newcastle 0 Man City 2: Match report from St James' park | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
29/06/202m 16s

The Evening Briefing: Friday June 26

Glasgow stabbings: Suspect shot dead by police in hotel attack - latest updatesTravel latest: Thousands told European trips cancelled despite air bridges dealThe big holiday gamble: Should you book right now, or wait?Ben Marlow: Industry chiefs must learn from Intu's calamityEmily Cronin: As Zara's online sales surge 95%, do we even need shops?Tanya Gold: Problem with pretend politicians like Maxine PeakeJamie Carragher: I didn't think Liverpool would win the title againRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
26/06/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, June 26

Liverpool glory: How breathing techniques helped clinch title | Interactive graphic: Banishing the ghosts of the past 30 years | Boiling point: Police attacked at illegal party for second night | In a spin: PM’s jet flies the flag, but is it upside down? | Glasthomebury: Hour by hour guide to holiday a festival at home | BBQ special: The only three recipes you will ever need | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
26/06/202m 16s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday June 25

'Major incident': Thousands flock to Bournemouth beaches in heatwavePolice attacked: 22 officers injured as Brixton party ends in violenceRebecca Long-Bailey: Former Labour leadership contender sacked for sharing 'anti-Semitic' articleAir bridges: The countries that could miss out – and whyFuture of female friendship: How lockdown showed me who my truest friends areDid Bowie beat Adele?: All 35 Glastonbury headliner bills, ranked from worst to bestRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
25/06/202m 10s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, June 25

Exclusive: Pupils will no longer have to stay one metre apart | Beach life: Thousands defy social distancing rules at the seaside | Heatwave: The dos and don'ts of hot weather homeworking | Revealed: Destinations for first set of 'air bridges' from UK | Get booking!: How to get ahead by reserving your summer fun | Mervyn King interview: Latest episode of Planet Normal podcast | Title surge: Liverpool on cusp of glory as Palace swept aside | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
25/06/202m 28s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday June 24

The new normal: The litany of rules that are the price of freedomTest and trace: PM accused of 'dodgy answer' after defending systemMichael Deacon: Boris Johnson thinks Keir Starmer has these three weaknessesAir bridges: Is today the best day to book your holiday?Heatwave arrives: Hottest day of the year as temperature hits 31C at HeathrowWhat 2m rule?: Thousands ignore social distancing to pack beaches in heatwaveBMW 8 Series Gran Coupe review: Size matters, but is bigger better?I May Destroy You: Will BBC drama revolutionise the way we see race on the screen?Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
24/06/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, June 24

Your guide to the lifting of lockdown: What new rules means for your life | Camilla Tominey: Returning to normal - in a world that is anything but | The science: What is allowing the UK to come out of 'hibernation'? | Internet trends: Lockdown turned us into a nation of Zoom addicts | Reading attack: Interview with MP's assistant who tried to save victims | Matt Law's match report: Tottenham Hotspur 2 West Ham United 0 | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
24/06/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday June 23

Return of freedoms: What the new UK lockdown rules mean for youLockdown restrictions: Here's what you still can't doFatalities milestone: No rise in Covid-19 deaths across every age group, new figures revealNovak Djokovic: World No1 tests positive for Covid-19 after contoversial Adria Tour eventWagatha Christie: Rebekah Vardy suing Coleen Rooney in leak sagaTikTok video: UK ambassador steps in to show US how to make teaRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
23/06/202m 26s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, June 23

What is changing: Galleries, cinemas and museums to reopen | Liveblog: Follow Boris Johnson's statement and reaction live | Reading attack: Suspect was deemed to be 'not a threat' | Your heatwave essentials: From garden office to cooldown buys | Father's bond: How Charles and William became closer than ever | Numbers game: Mourinho defends his management with statistics | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
23/06/202m 12s

The Evening Briefing: Monday June 22

Reading stabbing latest: Patel addresses Commons as third victim named'He was a great guy': Tributes to second Reading stabbing attack victim Joe Ritchie-BennettLockdown eased: Two million 'shielding' people will be able to visit relatives and see friendsSimon Briggs: Novak Djokovic has committed the sporting equivalent of Dominic Cummings' drive to Barnard CastleGrisly discovery: Teenagers on Tik Tok film moment they find suitcase containing body partsForgotten corner: Part of Greece with sandy beaches and mountains – but no touristsRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
22/06/202m 46s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, June 22

Khairi Saadallah: Security service investigated Libyan over jihadist fears | Terror in the park: How picnickers were plunged into a scene of carnage | Lockdown easing: What Boris Johnson is expected to announce tomorrow | New study: Why working in the sun might not be a bright idea | John Bolton interview: 'For the first time, I will vote Democrat' | Everton 0 Liverpool 0: Wait for Premier League title goes on - report | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
22/06/202m 33s

The Evening Briefing: Friday, June 19

Covid alert level: Lowered from four to three - what it means | Social distancing: Watch this space on 2m rule, says PM | In charts: Revealed - the problem with UK testing data | Dominic Cavendish: Final curtain for the West End? | Tottenham v Man United: Follow game live here from 8.15pm | Sir Ian Holm dies at 88: Obituary to Chariots of Fire actor | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
19/06/202m 17s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, June 19

Schools plan: Extra £1bn for children to catch up on learning | Home-schooling tips: The secrets of home educating parents | Air bridges: Plan boosts hopes of foreign holidays from July | BLM: Church and Bank of England sorry for slavery links | Pets warning: Cats and dogs may pass Covid-19 to humans | Australia: Country under cyber attack from 'state-based actor' | Andrew Roberts: How Dame Vera Lynn helped to lift wartime morale | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
19/06/202m 24s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday, June 18

'Icon, legend, inspiration': Dame Vera Lynn dies, aged 103Telegraph obituary: Dame Vera Lynn, singer who embodied the brave spirit of wartime BritainCoronavirus liveblog: Matt Hancock defends tracing app failureFrench visit: Emmanuel Macron 'urges Boris Johnson to scrap quarantine'Black Lives Matter: Taking the knee is from Game of Thrones, says RaabGood investment?: As Chanel increases its prices, should you be buying a handbag?Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
18/06/202m 14s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday June 17

PM's virus showdown: Boris Johnson to be told 'reduce 2m rule and axe quarantine' by 1922 committeeMichael Deacon: PM scores win over Keir Starmer... thanks to peculiar trickCar crash: Boris Johnson in car involved in collision outside ParliamentBeijing outbreak: Should we be worried about the latest rise in cases?Forgotten freelancers: ‘I went from presenting the Six Nations for the BBC to having to claim Universal Credit’Willie Thorne: Snooker star dies after leukaemia battle – obituaryNigel Farage: Broadcasters alienating viewers with 'woke' panderingRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI 
17/06/202m 27s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, June 17

Lockdown relaxations: Cutting 2m rule and creation of air bridges | Rules for daily life: How they are likely to change - and when | Education: Private schools set up their own track and trace | Oxford row: Nelson Mandela - and a rebellion of the dons | Premier League returns: Jason Burt on the 'new normal' | Marcus Rashford: The making of the boy from Manchester | Advice: What to do when your children's GCSE year is abandoned | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
17/06/202m 26s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, June 16

Free school meals: PM's U-turn after footballer Marcus Rashford's pleaJobs crisis mapped: Regions hit hardest by the growing UK unemployment crisisEnd of 'giant cashpoint': Foreign Office to take direct control of aid budget as Dfid abolishedAsa Bennett: PM freeing the British lion from its cage so the world can see it roar'Major breakthrough': £5 steroid that reduces deaths for most severe Covid-19 casesRoss Clark: New Zealand is no lockdown success storyPremier League: Club-by-club guide ahead of season's restartRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
16/06/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, June 16

Lord Hague article: Lockdown is a 'disaster for society' | Two-metre rule: Distancing has no basis in science | Home schooling: Our guide to the secrets of doing it well | Face coverings: Answering six common problems | Horse racing: What to expect from Royal Ascot this week | Staycations: Agritourism could be summer's holiday trend | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
16/06/202m 14s

The Evening Briefing: Monday June 15

Big crowds: Inside England's first day back at the shopsPrimania returns: Primark becomes a 'must-visit' on the first day of shops reopening'Like a scene from a disaster movie': Travelling on the first face-covered commuteAvoiding 'second Wuhan': China ramps up controls to protect Beijing after outbreakTake off applause: On board easyJet's first post-lockdown flightThe lost Rolling Stone: How guitar great Rory Gallagher was airbrushed from rock historyThe overlooked county: The place that has perfected the art of social distancingRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
15/06/202m 14s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, June 15

PM's article: Campaign to remove statues risks 'distorting' past | Interview: BLM demonstrator on why he carried white man away | Lockdown changes: Simple guide to how rules are being adjusted | Royal gardening: Duchess dials in for a sprig of herb advice | Brexit talks: What the PM is expected to tell EU leaders today | Striker's plea: Marcus Rashford's plea to help children | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
15/06/202m 27s

The Evening Briefing: Friday June 12

'Absurd and shameful': PM's outrage as Sadiq Khan orders Churchill statue to be boarded upJohn Cleese: 'Pulling Fawlty Towers episode is stupid attempt to pacify''R' rate: Virus reproduction may be rising in parts of EnglandSearch your area: The 254 neighbourhoods where there have been no Covid-19 deathsHillary Clinton: ‘I wanted to boil Bill in oil — but I’ve never regretted staying with him’Brexit talks: EU finally accepts there will be no extension to transition periodBeyond the ordinary: 10 UK holidays you probably haven't thought ofRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
12/06/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, June 12

Fraser Nelson: The real debate Britain should be having about race | Protests: Churchill statue boarded up ahead of more demonstrations | Baden-Powell statue: First stirrings of the silent majority | Crash: UK economy shrinks by record 20.4 per cent | Spain: Schools to use outdoor spaces for return of all pupils | Friday night dinner: Ultimate comfort food for a damp night in | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
12/06/202m 40s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday June 11

NHS Test and Trace: System failed to reach third of positive cases in first weekStats stutters: The problem with the UK's testing dataBlack Lives Matter protests: Statue of Scouts founder Lord Baden-Powell to be removedHarry Enfield: 'I have no regrets about blackface'Royal first: Queen chats with carers in video call alongside Princess RoyalShares worth $1,000 each: The rise and rise of Elon Musk’s $190bn TeslaThe perfect sex symbol?: Bo Derek and the legacy of 10Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
11/06/202m 19s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, June 11

Two-metre rule: Social distancing advice to be cut for new school year | Paul Nuki analysis: Why two-metre rule is not actually a rule at all | Interview: Matt Hancock downplays role of contact tracing app | JK Rowling: I am a survivor of sexual assault, says author | Duke of York: From pampered prince... to society pariah | Ocado: Retailer planning to massively expand its online sales | Graceland: How it saved Paul Simon - and offended anti-apartheid world | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
11/06/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday June 10

'Support bubbles': PM announces single adults can join another one-person householdCoronavirus liveblog: Deaths could have been cut by halved, "at least" with lockdown a week earlierOxford chancellor: Nelson Mandella was 'alright' with Cecil Rhodes statueGone With The Wind: It's as racist as it is beautiful – and it should never be seen againQueue DJs: How shops plan to lure you back for reopenings Joshua vs Fury: Fighters 'reach agreement over two-fight deal'Death of the country pub?: Landlords warn social distancing will kill traditional venuesRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
10/06/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, June 10

New figures: Covid-19 poses less risk to pupils than lightning | Russell Lynch: School’s out - how economic damage is piling up | Two-metre rule: Left out of pubs and restaurants draft guidance | NHS: Waiting lists 'to hit 10 million by end of the year' | Duke at 99: New portrait of Prince Philip with Queen released | War on statues: Black Lives Matter supporters draw up 'hit list' | £2m electric hypercar: New Lotus vehicle to be built in Britain | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
10/06/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday June 9

'National education army': Boris Johnson told to fund efforts to save the school yearShops reopen: Non-essential retailers to reopen on Monday - but still no hope for hairdressersCecil Rhodes protest - live: Oxford university students demand Oriel College removes statueGeorge Floyd funeral - live: Houston lays its son to rest as the world watches onDuke of York: Epstein prosecutor has made it 'impossible' for Prince Andrew to co-operate – sourcesPaddle up!: The pastimes you can enjoy while social distancingIsabelle Fraser: Why are parts of the property market booming?Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
09/06/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, June 9

Return of schools: Guide - is it safe and how will it happen? | Lockdown: Pub gardens and outdoor cafes could reopen earlier | Data: Racial inequality in British society in six charts | Camilla Tominey: Prince Andrew's meticulously-planned fightback | Rugby: Clubs agree to temporarily cut the salary cap | Car scrappage scheme: Ten best electric vehicles on sale today | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
09/06/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, June 8

Watch: Protesters hurl statue of slave trader into harbour | Priti Patel: 'Protesters in breach of virus rules risk undoing progress' | Quarantine scheme: Leaked Home Office document revealed | Life after lockdown: How to navigate the new world outside | Future of football: For players in empty stadiums and fans at home | TV: Our reviewers on Murder in the Outback - and more | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
08/06/202m 28s

The Evening Briefing: Friday June 5

Madeleine McCann: Suspect linked to disappearance of missing German girl eight years laterBrexit talks: Barnier hopes last-minute deal can happen in OctoberGrim milestone: Official UK death toll passes 40,000Cases falling: Fewer than one in 1,000 now infected with Covid-19 in England each dayUS protests: Police officers suspended after seriously injuring 75-year-old manBo’ Selecta’s blackface: Why is Leigh Francis only apologising now?Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
05/06/202m 6s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, June 5

New details: Vital mistakes made after Madeleine vanished | Profile: A family frozen in time, still searching for answers | GCHQ warning: Foreign states 'trying to steal UK vaccine secrets' | Latest science: Bald men at greater risk of severe coronavirus | Black Lives Matter: Soldiers heckled as they cleaned graffiti | From Rod to plod: Penny Lancaster joins police force | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
05/06/202m 34s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday June 4

Madeleine McCann: 'We think she is dead', say German prosecutors, as suspect namedChristian B: Everything we know about the new German Madeleine McCann suspectReconstruction: How the German suspect was discovered during a 13-year investigationCoronavirus liveblog: Face masks to be made mandatory on public transportNo 10's relief: Alok Sharma tests negative for coronavirusCheap flights: Air fares fall by two thirds for summer getaways to European hotspots'Wrong to say nothing': Duchess of Sussex gives speech on Black Lives Matter movementHow a naked baby changed rock: The story behind Nirvana's Nevermind album coverRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
04/06/202m 14s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, June 4

Madeleine McCann: German sex offender revealed as new prime suspect | Inside story: How a tip-off led to a secret cross-border investigation | Planet Normal: Ex-MI6 boss interview: Listen to our new podcast | Holiday advice: Year-and-a-half wait for European refunds | Black Lives Matter: Protests in London turn violent - pictures | Honeybee predator: Beekeepers let fly against hornet invader | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
04/06/202m 28s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday June 3

Black Lives Matter: Protesters take to London's streets - the latestMichael Deacon: The Opposition’s job is to question and criticise. Has Boris Johnson forgotten?Quarantine plan: MPs revolt but PM confirms aim for air bridgesCoronavirus liveblog: Fifth of Britons admit to breaking lockdown rulesNot lovin' it: McDonald’s parking row as council tells homeowners to make way for drive thru queuesCurved run-ups and fag breaks: 25 sights no longer seen in cricketBattle of Central Park: Inside the concert that tore Simon & Garfunkel apartRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
03/06/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, June 3

Priti Patel article: 'We will all suffer if we get quarantining wrong' | Air bridges: What they might mean for foreign holidays this summer | Downing Street: Boris Johnson takes direct control of crisis handling | NHS test and trace: Virus tracking team fails to follow up half of cases | Best bargains: Buyers’ market as shops fight for their futures | US protests: Archbishop of Canterbury criticises Donald Trump | Hong Kong crisis: PM says 3m will get path to British citizenship | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
03/06/202m 19s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday June 2

Quarantine fears: Tourism bosses warn 'catastrophic' plan will force them to axe up to 60pc of staffTesting times: Matt Hancock under fire from statistics watchdogCovid-19 deaths: Why are so many people from BAME backgrounds dying?WHO memos: China was slow to share critical coronavirus dataPublic lavatories: Calls to reopen toilets as beauty spots blighted'I never expected it to happen in the US': British photojournalist arrested covering George Floyd protestsFuture imagined: How a space holiday might look in 30 yearsRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
02/06/202m 13s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, June 2

Inside story: Government all at sea over chaotic plans for quarantine | Air bridges: What they are and why government is considering them | Temperature checks at the gates: Inside socially-distant classrooms | US dispatch: Trump uses tear gas to get a photo opportunity | Ruff times: How to ease your pet into the 'new normal' | Brexit talks: British and EU negotiators on a collision course | Eggheads: Show axed as BBC thinks audience is too old, says Vine | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
02/06/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Monday June 6

School's still out: Up to 550,000 children stuck at home as councils defy ministersCases still rising: Northern Covid-19 infection rate nearly double London'sWarnings ignored: Nicola Sturgeon threatens five-mile legal travel limitEnjoy responsibly: How to have a safe and socially-distanced BBQ garden partyTreatment hope: Arthritis drug may aid virus fight, French doctors sayOceans 13-style heist: Mayfair jewellers robbed of £4.2m diamondsAlexander Armstrong interview: 'Dominic Cummings looked like Sharon Stone when we were at school'Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
01/06/202m 18s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, June 1

Summer schools: Children 'will need lessons in July and August' | New lockdown rules: What we now can and cannot do | US protests: Sixth night of anti-racism demonstrations | Too late for deal?: EU 'dragging out' Brexit trade talks | Inside Clubhouse: Hottest new social media app of 2020 | The big BBQ guide: Delicious recipes and the best new kit | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
01/06/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Friday May 29

Furlough scheme: Chancellor lays out plan to end state support for businessesDominic Cummings: Durham chief constable under investigation over handling of investigationTravel restrictions: Greece bans British tourists in first phase of international travelMarauding monkeys: Animals attack lab technician and steal Covid-19 testsUnrest in US: Minneapolis police arrest CNN reporter on live television during coverage of protestsBrexit battleground: Stilton, whisky and pork pies next clash pointRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
29/05/202m 13s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, May 29

New rules explained: What you can and cannot do from Monday | Michael Deacon sketch: Press conference looked like 'hostage video' | ONS analysis: Seven out of 10 who get virus never have symptoms | How lockdown changed us: More likely to row, fatter - and drinking more | Minneapolis burns: Protesters torch police station overnight | Hong Kong: Britain leads condemnation of new security laws | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
29/05/202m 15s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday May 28

You'll meet again: Families and friends able to meet in small groups from MondayDominic Cummings: Police deliver verdict on lockdown 'breach'NHS Test and Trace: Plans to store track and trace data for 20 yearsPremier League: Fixtures to restart on June 17JK Rowling: Why 'woke' Harry Potter fans have turned on their idolBreastfeeding dillemma: 'For the sake of my career I won't be breastfeeding my second child'Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
28/05/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, May 28

'Civic duty': Virus test and trace scheme begins in England | Q&A: How system works and what you need to do | Newsnight: Emily Maitlis 'furious' - watch video | Moving closer: Two-metre rule could be reduced | Happy new hair: Inside UK’s first Covid-secure salon | Prince William: Blurred vision helps Duke beat stage fright | Lift off off: SpaceX postpones launch due to bad weather | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
28/05/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday May 27

Dominic Cummings: PM refuses to launch inquiry into chief aide's actionsNewsnight monologue: Emily Maitlis broke impartiality rules with Dominic Cummings speech, BBC admitsNHS Test and Trace: How will new system work from tomorrow?Life of leisure: Official data shows what Britons are really doing in lockdownSpaceX launch: What time it happens and everything you need to knowHarry de Quetteville: Twitter has opened up a can of worms by taking on Donald TrumpRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
27/05/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, May 27

Tory revolt: Six Cabinet ministers ‘believe Cummings should quit’ | Liveblog: Follow latest updates as Prime Minister to be questioned | Join our webinar: Q&A with Daniel Capurro and Madeline Grant at 11am | 'Double bubble': Two households will be able to meet - all we know | JK Rowling: First-look review of new fairy tale released for lockdown | Classical escape: 10 pieces to take you around the world | Best of Britain: Ten great summer holiday staycation ideas | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here. 
27/05/202m 16s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday May 26

Tory rebellion: Douglas Ross resigns as minister over Dominic Cummings furoreDowning Street briefing: Government digs in heels as Tory MP revolt growsCost of controversy: Boris Johnson's approval rating drops 20 pointsCost of lockdown: Inequalities in working from home across Britain revealed'Biggest step forward': First coronavirus drug to be rolled out to seriously ill patients this weekRoyal wedding row: Fresh claims of disagreement between Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of SussexLarge cat sighting: Armed police called to billionaire's rowRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
26/05/202m 11s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, May 26

Dominic Cummings statement: What he said - and the 6 unanswered questions | Camilla Tominey: PM risks squandering common touch in standing by Cummings | Unlocking Britain: What comes next: High Street to reopen from June 15 | Q&A: How many parents will send children back to school? | The Other One: Interview with star of new BBC sitcom | Inside story: The refugee who taught Prince Charles to love opera | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
26/05/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Friday, May 22

Lockdown: PM moves to take over capital's coronavirus response | Air bridges: How they could yet save international summer holidays | 'Design flaw': Test swabs too long to fit inside sample bottles | Planning your long weekend?: What rules allow | Plane tragedy: Pakistani airliner crashes into residential area | Arena attack: Remembering Manchester victims three years on | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
22/05/202m 14s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, May 22

Full details: Police spot checks to enforce travel quarantine | Liveblog: Follow latest updates throughout the day | Deals: Summer holidays discounted by up to 40 per cent | Doesn't add up: Thousands of tests double-counted | Heading to the beach?: The dos & don'ts for this weekend | Army campaign: Recruitment adverts fronted by Captain Tom | Kim Jong-un: Regime on claims he can bend time and space | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
22/05/202m 19s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday, May 21

All you need to know: Coronavirus tests that give results in 20 minutes | U-turn: PM to scrap NHS surcharge for migrant health and care staff | Revealed: The long-term health effects of Covid-19 | Hot weather: Police launch 'dawn raids' on Cornwall tourists | Arcuri inquiry: Verdict on Boris Johnson’s relationship | 'Super cyclone': Video of aftermath in India and Bangladesh | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
21/05/202m 27s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, May 21

In charts: Figures that show UK is on the road to recovery | Contact tracing: Simple guide to how the system will work | Exclusive: Peer 'milks' taxpayer by furloughing himself | Getaway planning: Uncrowded campsites beside the seaside | Inside Vogue wars: Glossy magazine world turning in on itself | Cream teas: Royal family enters cream or jam debate | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
21/05/202m 29s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday, May 20

New modelling: Three-quarters of deaths 'could have been prevented' | Superdrug: 'Playing on people's fear' with £69 antibodies test | Slow recovery: Charts show economy may be stirring into life | Hottest day: Welsh police turn away English daytrippers | Race row: Volkswagen apologises for online advert | Video: Astronomers see baby planet being born for first time | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
20/05/202m 25s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, May 20

U-turn: BMA drops opposition to reopening of schools | Parental guide: Everything you need to know about plan | Trump: 'Badge of honour' that US has highest number of cases | easyJet: Suspicion turns to China after cyber attack | Arise, Sir Tom: Looking back on veteran's century | Prince Harry: 'Father and son' relationship with music boss | Titanic: Ship yields her ‘voice’ as wreck opened for first time | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
20/05/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, May 19

Chancellor: 'No guarantee of immediate economic bounceback' | Russell Lynch: 'We are plunging into a winter of jobs discontent' | Live tracker: Search for confirmed cases by postcode | Teaching union: Boss admits hardline stance a 'negotiation' | EasyJet cyber attack: What to do if you are affected | Family reunited: Kidnapped toddler meets parents after 32 years | A House Through Time: Interview with presenter David Olusoga | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
19/05/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, May 19

'Air bridges': Plan to avoid quarantine and save holidays abroad | Staying at home?: Where to travel in the UK this summer | Hydroxychloroquine: Trump starts taking unproven drug | Unemployment: First official data on job losses https://bit.ly/3e4Tp1T | Home-schooling: Best online resources for remote learning | Harry and Meghan: Camilla Tominey on two years on from royal wedding | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
19/05/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Monday, May 18

New symptoms: Self-isolate if you lose sense of smell and taste | Comprehensive guide: Designed to protect you and your family | Testing ramped up: Everyone over five with symptoms now eligible | Future of schools: 'Play bubbles' and segregated desks - pictures | Chelsea: Royals share garden favourites as Garden Show goes virtual | Aldi: Discount store to deliver food for first time in Deliveroo deal | ‘Future of electric cars’: Review of electric car that charges itself | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
18/05/202m 10s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, May 18

Platform police patrols: Fears of commuter 'chaos' this week | What could change: One-way systems on trains and removal of seats? | Schools science: Virus does not spread widely in schools, study says | Vaccine hopes: All you need to know about Oxford project | Silver linings: Surprising health benefits of lockdown | UK-EU trade talks: Michel Barnier is 'losing the argument' | 'Hardest working royal': Who is Princess Alexandra? | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
18/05/202m 16s

The Evening Briefing: Friday May 15

Reopening schools: Crunch talks over safety of plan to bring back pupils in deadlock |Juliet Samuel: Teaching unions should be ashamed of themselves |R number: Government signals shift on R-rate test as infection number rises |Congestion charge: Sadiq Khan forced to hike cost as a condition of Government bailout |Cheers all round: Australia's bars and restaurants reopen after weeks of lockdown |Tom Harris: Starmer must win Scotland, not PMQs, to win election |Carrie Symonds: How does she look so good two weeks after childbirth? |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
15/05/202m 0s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, May 15

New data: Pressure to lift lockdown by region as 'R' rate drops | Daily life: Tweaked rules for what you can and cannot do | Free parking: Town centre schemes to avoid transport crush | Weekend freedom: Lesser-known English beauty spots | 'Monsters still out there': New Jeffrey Epstein documentary | On your side: Consumer Champion wins readers back £2m | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
15/05/202m 18s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday May 14

Deadlier wave: Second more deadly wave of coronavirus 'to hit Europe this winter' |Oxford vaccine trial: Move into hospitals amid fears Covid-19 not prevalent enough in wider society |Mayor of London ultimatum: Sadiq Khan warns he will slash transport services without funding |Matt Damon: Actor says Covid-19 lockdown in Ireland has been a 'fairy tale'Harry and Meghan: What we really want from a royal biography |'Delusional, sick, broke and demented': Inside the sad final days of Al CaponeRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
14/05/202m 12s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday May 13

'Impossible' first day back: Train and bus drivers told to refuse to work if they feel unsafe amid 'passenger surge' |Care home row: PM accuses Starmer of quoting advice 'misleadingly and selectively' |Michael Deacon: Keir Starmer took Boris Johnson apart like a Duplo train set |Lockdown cost: Public sector pay freeze 'would be deep and damaging betrayal of key workers' |Reviving tourism: EU's plan to give 'people confidence to travel again' |Michael Portillo: We have no-right to a one-sided view of Empire |The dark side of acid: How LSD ruined rock |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
13/05/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, May 13

Revealed: Treasury warns of tax rises and wage freeze | Russell Lynch: The brutal choices left for Rishi Sunak | New rules from today: How changes affect your daily life | Schools stay out?: Q&A for parents on return to classrooms | Summer solstice: Druids rely on Zoom for live-stream | Snappy or what?: Dogs have shared habits with teenagers | You've Got Mail: Why film is making a comeback | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
13/05/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday May 12

Face masks and queues* | The new guidelines for using public transport |Video guide* | How to make a no-sew, government-approved cloth face mask |Summer holidays* | Breaks 'very likely' to be cancelled, Matt Hancock admits |Furlough scheme* | Government support extended until end of October |Royal video* | Queen leads all-family video call to thank nurses in royal first |F1 bombshell* | Gap opens up for Hamilton as Vettel leaves Ferrari |No place 'fat drunken old dames'* | Florence Nightingale and the birth of modern nursing |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months.  Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI    
12/05/202m 17s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, May 12

'Use common sense': PM defends ‘contradictory’ lockdown strategy | The new rules: What guidance means for your daily life | Liveblog: Follow latest updates throughout the day | Face masks: Buyers' guide to the best choice for you | Make your own: Step-by-step instructions for DIY version | Furlough scheme: What to expect from announcement | Alan Titchmarsh: 'TV discriminates against bald men over 50' | Fantasy Football: How TV show accidentally gave us laddism | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
12/05/202m 27s

The Evening Briefing: Monday May 11

50-page roadmap: Government's dossier on route out of lockdown published Confusion mounts: Dominic Raab contradicts advice over contact with family Politics liveblog: PM faces questions from MPs and at Downing Street press conference Tourism worries: Bosses urge people to stay away Premier League: Majority of clubs want Government to reconsider games being played at neutral grounds Inside Line: England's options to succeed Ford and Farrell at fly-half Mark Ruffalo interview: 'Nothing causes more pain than family' Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
11/05/202m 9s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, May 11

Road ahead: PM's road map to end of lockdown - explained | Camilla Tominey: Statement left more questions than answered | Live coverage: Follow latest updates as more details expected | Travel: What are the chances of a summer break abroad? | Crowning question: When can we get hair cut again? | Remarkable tale: Plot to overthrow Venezuelan regime | TV reviews: Our reviewers on last night's programmes | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
11/05/202m 28s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday May 7

PM's 'maximum caution': Dominic Raab warns changes to lockdown restrictions will be 'modest' |'Potentially catastrophic mistake': Sturgeon's warning to PM about lifting lockdown |International comparison: Britain's Covid-19 lockdown was futile, says Swedish epidemiologist |Future of travel: Health passports 'inevitable' as governments seek to reopen borders |Football's wasted talent XI: English stars who did not fulfil potential |VE Day: The inside story of how Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret celebrated |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
07/05/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday May 7

New message: PM to allow 'unlimited' exercise in next phase |Inside story: How PM will ease lockdown and reopen schools and shops |PPE disaster: 'Useless' gowns flown back from Turkey fail safety tests |Home of cricket: Lord's facing first summer without matches in 233 years |Adele's transformation: Why slimmer look leaves us uncomfortable |Aladdin Sane: The flash of genius behind David Bowie’s iconic portrait |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
07/05/202m 3s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday May 6

Lifting lockdown | 'Stay at home' message poised to end this weekend |Michael Deacon | Boris Johnson loved facing Jeremy Corbyn. Keir Starmer looks a whole lot tougher |Global newspapers | Britain criticised around the world for 'calamitous' coronavirus response | '£200m catastrophe' | Premier League restart stutters over neutral venues |Archie Mountbatten-Windsor | Duchess of Sussex releases video to celebrate his first birthday |Cricket's wasted talent XI | England stars who fell by the wayside |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
06/05/202m 8s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday May 6

Government scientist resigns: Prof Neil Ferguson broke lockdown rules to meet married lover | Inside story: How Prof Neil Ferguson, the architect of lockdown, was brought down |Furlough scheme: Payments could be cut back as costs soar |Sense of community: Why Britons are more scared of coronavirus than rest of the world |First birthday: It's been a year of firsts for Master Archie – the most unroyal Windsor yet |Michelle Obama: How her Becoming book tourdrobe reinvented power dressing |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
06/05/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday May 5

Highest in Europe: The five charts that explain the UK's horrifying death toll |'Traffic light' system: How Government scientists say UK lockdown may be eased |Virgin Atlantic: Airline cuts 3,000 jobs and ends Gatwick flights |Different approach: How Sweden suppressed infection rates without a lockdown |Dame Judi Dench: 'Cats costume looked like five foxes on my back' |'We begged not to make this movie': How Cutthroat Island sank its budget, cast and crew |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
05/05/202m 18s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday May 5

'Not sustainable': More than half of all adults now paid by the state https://bit.ly/3c3gbXi |Test, track and trace: Government's tracing app facing questions on cyber security and privacy https://bit.ly/2W2kkF6 |Relieving lockdown: Healthy over-70s set to be released from strict measures https://bit.ly/3c5laXp |'Naturally self isolating' :Golfers and anglers ready to cast off lockdown restrictions https://bit.ly/3c7gMXP |BT under threat: Plan for £24bn O2-Virgin Media mega-merger  https://bit.ly/3fn2Smo |Wendy James interview: 'I was expected to be coquettish, fluttering my eyelashes' https://bit.ly/3dkRqGm |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
05/05/202m 1s

The Evening Briefing: Monday May 4

Workplace guidelines: The Government’s blueprint for getting us back to work revealed https://bit.ly/2W1WfhJ |Unlocking lockdown: Matt Hancock sets out test, track and trace plan - liveblog https://bit.ly/2KZsnfD |Travel plans: Britons may be unable to go abroad because of UK's failure to join Google and Apple tracing app https://bit.ly/3aWo3Ze |Good news roundup: Beer delivery dogs may be lockdown’s best invention https://bit.ly/3dieTHQ |Conor Burns: Conservative minister resigns after threatening company chairman over financial dispute https://bit.ly/3c4auIA |The Rise of Skywalker backlash: How Disney and JJ Abrams gave Star Wars an unhappy ending https://bit.ly/2WpoS7J |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
04/05/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Monday May 4

China cover up: 'Ministers 'fully aware' China was hiding extent of coronavirus outbreak https://bit.ly/2KZc9TT |Pandemic conference: Boris Johnson says 'race to develop a coronavirus vaccine is the endeavour of our lifetime' https://bit.ly/2YyanB0 |Future of business: Parallel teams and home working will be the 'new normal' https://bit.ly/2Yw8ODy |Antibody tests: Officials could give green light this week https://bit.ly/35qMDjO |Last night's TV: Read the review of Homeland's season finale https://bit.ly/3b2Dv5U |Pioneering, intrepid and very un-PC: The 14th century adventurer who taught the world about travel https://bit.ly/3fd2J50 |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
04/05/202m 11s

The Evening Briefing: Friday May 1

'R naught': What is the 'R' value and why is it so important for the easing of the coronavirus lockdown? https://bit.ly/3bSoo0m |Coronavirus liveblog: Government beats 'audacious' 100,000 testing target on final day of April https://bit.ly/2YmEI5y |Search where you live: The areas hit hardest by coronavirus revealed https://bit.ly/2yldBgD |Holiday hopes: Cornwall proposes 'controlled' tourism in time for summer https://bit.ly/3fbXhPF |Royal privacy claim: Mail on Sunday publisher wins first High Court skirmish against Duchess of Sussex  https://bit.ly/3d5Dks1 |Hollywood's first 'yellowface' victim: The scandal of Anna May Wong https://bit.ly/2xubu9U |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
01/05/202m 10s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, May 1

'R' value: Why it is key to our freedom and economic prospects | Camilla Tominey: Inside story on Downing Street's thinking | Liveblog: Follow live updates all day - including 5pm briefing | Donald Trump: 'Evidence that links coronavirus to Wuhan lab' | Saving Ken Barlow: The elderly actors who might go missing | Alan Turing: Statue to be erected at Cambridge 'spoils view' | Princess at five: Charlotte celebrates her birthday today | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
01/05/202m 28s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday April 30

'R naught': What is the 'R' value and why is it so important for the easing of the coronavirus lockdown? https://bit.ly/3bSoo0m |Exit plan: Boris Johnson to outline 'comprehensive' lockdown exit strategy next week https://bit.ly/2Yjyp2x |Vaccine search: Covid-19 vaccine effectiveness could be known in less than six weeks https://bit.ly/2VPvZXI |Football's return: Premier League aims for June 8 restart with clubs to train from mid-May https://bit.ly/2VTGl9j |Celia Walden: My LA survival guide for homesick Prince Harry https://bit.ly/2yWc14Q |The Rolling Stones unzipped: The story behind Sticky Fingers, rock's naughtiest album cover https://bit.ly/2VRaYMA |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
30/04/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, April 30

Lockdown latest: PM to say it is too soon for major easing | 'R value': Why the number 'one' is so important | Liveblog: Follow latest updates and analysis all day | Camilla Tominey: Boris and Carrie have defied the odds | Tom Moore: Century through the eyes of fundraising hero | Royal exclusive: Prince Harry confides he misses Army life | Netflix show: Inside story on Hollywood's 'escort to stars' | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
30/04/202m 24s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday, April 29

Baby joy: PM postpones paternity leave to fight coronavirus | Name odds: What will Carrie and Boris call their son? | What next?: Four potential coronavirus exit strategies | Antibody tests: Could be available as soon as next month | When will holidays restart?: A guide by country | Jill Gascoine: Obituary: Pioneering actress dies at 83 | Royal wedding: Nine years on from Kate and William's marriage | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
29/04/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, April 29

Lockdown shift: Government softens key rule in five tests | What first?: How ministers plan to start ending lockdown | Switzerland: Under-10s can once more hug grandparents | Cancer: UCL study warns crisis may lead to 20,000 deaths | Icon: Prof Whitty is a muse for the Covid-19 era - pictures | Oscars: Films released on streaming services will be eligible | Photos: World's most remote and extraordinary landscapes | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
29/04/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, April 28

In charts: UK peak more prolonged than in Europe, experts fear | Victims: Personal stories of the British victims of coronavirus | Latest news: Highlights from Downing Street evening briefing | Face masks: Parts of UK lockdown that could be eased first | Shopping: Guide to protecting yourself while at the shops | Alien life?: Pentagon releases UFO video clips | Royal video: Watch Prince Harry introduce Thomas and Friends | We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
28/04/202m 32s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, April 28

A way out?: Cabinet set to sign off blueprint to vary lockdown | Pressure points: Key areas Boris Johnson needs to address | Exit strategy: What might be in store for Britons next | Scientists split: Areas of limited consensus among advisers | Gallery: Creative ways the UK is honouring our carers | Normal People: Five-star review of coming-of-age drama | Easy treat: Triple-chocolate microwave mug brownie | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
28/04/202m 31s

The Evening Briefing: Monday April 27

PM's Downing Street address: Boris Johnson's coronavirus speech in full |Coronavirus liveblog: Families of NHS workers who die from virus to be offered £60,000 payment |Children seriously ill: New coronavirus-related syndrome putting children in intensive care |Back to work: McDonald's, Redrow and Greggs leading the charge |Kim Yo-jong: ProfIle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's influential younger sister |Brian Moore: Rugby can learn a lot from the US draft system |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
27/04/202m 20s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, April 27

Lockdown: PM set to announce plans to modify restrictions | In-tray: The thorny issues filling Boris Johnson's inbox | Rebellion?: Britain realises it cannot live like this for long | Tribes: Three groups when it comes to compliance of rules | 2.6 Challenge: Charity stunts fill gap left by London Marathon | Biography: New book about Duke and Duchess of Sussex | Race Across the World: What we can learn from BBC show | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
27/04/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Friday April 24

Home testing: Government website runs out of coronavirus test kits within two minutes https://bit.ly/3595Xlp |Coronavirus liveblog: UK deaths reach 19,506 https://bit.ly/2xXaHyf |Donald Trump: Medics react with horror as president claims injecting disinfectant could treat coronavirus https://bit.ly/2S3W5Ek |US analysis: Donald Trump's scientific illiteracy rapidly moving from risible to lethal https://bit.ly/3cL5XdSSearching insights: Public looking for a way out of lockdown, Google data shows  https://bit.ly/2x9Z32S |Royal legal battle: Duchess of Sussex has not spoken to her father for almost two years, court hears https://bit.ly/2S7enod |Jamie Carragher: Season must finish, relegation-threatened clubs https://bit.ly/3bByvGz |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
24/04/202m 19s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, April 24

Exclusive: Boris Johnson back at the controls on Monday | The options: Britain’s four potential exit strategies | Testing: How system to test 10m key workers will work | Duke's cunning plan: Big Night In Blackadder cameo | Retro: Cassettes and vinyl tip scales at top of the charts | Phoenix Nights: How Peter Kay created hit TV show | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
24/04/202m 26s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday April 23

Lifting lockdown: Sturgeon warns UK faces multiple lockdowns as she outlines Covid-19 exit strategy |Coronavirus liveblog: Essential workers and their families can order tests online from Friday |'Responsibility was overwhelming': Nurses who saved Boris Johnson's life speak out for the first time |Big Night In: Your guide, from Little Britain to the Vicar of Dibley |Vietnam lifts lockdown: How country of 95m has zero virus deaths |After eight decades: British soldier finds woman who saved his life |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
23/04/202m 22s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, April 23

Cover up?: Public may be urged to wear masks as rules eased | Zoe Strimpel: 'Sweaty and oppressive - I threw mine in the bin' | Second peak: Sarah Knapton on what we know about a new wave | Royal pictures: Birthday prince’s helping hands for NHS | Lost diary: Bletchley Park codebreaker’s broken romance | BBQ recipe: Punchy way to cook potatoes on the grill | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
23/04/202m 19s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday April 22

Coronavirus liveblog: 'Virus is with us for forseeable future,' says Chief Medical Officer https://bit.ly/3av3NO6 |Michael Deacon: Yes, there were hiccups... but virtual Commons beats the real thing https://bit.ly/34XMZ1d |Inside story: The Oxford v Imperial race to develop the world's first coronavirus vaccine https://bit.ly/2XYsWhI |Haka video: NHS nurses apologise after posting 'offensive' clip https://bit.ly/3eHPzwu |Greatest England XV: Mick Cleary picks the best of the past 50 years  https://bit.ly/3eJQyMI |Brandon Blackwell interview: 'I didn't win University Challenge because I was born clever' https://bit.ly/2VrlD05 |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
22/04/202m 13s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, April 22

Inside story: How Britain insisted on its own flawed test | Live coverage: New farce as RAF plane with PPE lands | Ending lockdown: Study warns of high risk of 'second wave' | Vaccine hunt: All we know so far about the Oxford project | Royal row: New details to be revealed by Duchess of Sussex | Chess: World champion finally has a rival... aged 16 | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here.
22/04/202m 15s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday April 21

Death toll 41% higher: Third of UK deaths linked to coronavirus, figures show https://bit.ly/2Y5LCw3 |Coronavirus liveblog: Oxford vaccine trial to be tested on people from Thursday https://bit.ly/2KlNCrA |Scotland's schools: Sites to remain shut until 'at least' summer holidays https://bit.ly/3br1vRf |The options: This is how schools could reopen in England https://bit.ly/2VK6E0l |For and against: Should we lift the lockdown to save the economy? https://bit.ly/34V3rzh |'My worst holiday ever': Why I'll never return to this overrated city https://bit.ly/2Vofd1Q |The heart of Father Ted: Dermot Morgan, remembered by his friends https://bit.ly/3eIHpE7 |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
21/04/202m 11s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, April 21

PPE exclusive: Millions of pieces shipped to Europe https://bit.ly/3cyNBwD | Inside story: Evolution of Britain’s PPE shortages https://bit.ly/34W54g6 | Tests deadline: Promise could 'come back to bite' Hancock https://bit.ly/2Kl2h6r | Oil crash: Why traders are now paying to give it away https://bit.ly/3eA0dWl | Happy birthday Ma'am!: Saluting Queen as she turns 94 https://bit.ly/2ziupVI | Last night’s TV: Review of University Challenge final https://bit.ly/2xva0fx | BBQ menu: Fresh ideas for outdoor cooking https://bit.ly/3blfvfr | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-week trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
21/04/202m 27s

The Evening Briefing: Monday April 20

Real UK death toll: The charts that show it is much higher than first feared https://bit.ly/34P7uNe |Safety equipment: Government insists PPE safe to reuse as Turkey shipment fails to arrive https://bit.ly/2yqzk6C |Furlough scheme: One million people placed on Government scheme on first day https://bit.ly/34PM2I4 |Sir Richard Branson: Virgin founder offers to part with Necker Island in return for £500m airline bailout https://bit.ly/2xBiCS1 |Prince Philip: Duke of Edinburgh issues first message since retirement to thank frontline workers  https://bit.ly/3ajBDW5 |'If u love Meg, please call me': Harry and Meghan's emotional messages to Thomas Markle revealed https://bit.ly/2yxvhpa |Newspaper ban: Duke and Duchess of Sussex tell British tabloids they are 'ceasing all co-operation' https://bit.ly/2VLglLQ |'Grieving process': Stereophonics frontman describes reaction as his eldest child transitioned to male https://bit.ly/3aq8XL4 |Inside Line: Can referees save the breakdown with new law guidelines or is it beyond repair?  https://bit.ly/2RTQmkb |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
20/04/202m 21s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, April 20

Home-schooling: Two thirds fail to log on for lessons https://bit.ly/2VJ2nKA | FAQs: How to best support children stuck at home https://bit.ly/3akDuKw | Paul Nuki: Avoiding a second peak - and restarting economy https://bit.ly/2VVIzUv | Face masks: How to make your own at home https://bit.ly/2ypkNrR | X factor: Why are men faring worse than women? https://bit.ly/2KfKfTj | Making scents: Distinctive smell of old books recreated https://bit.ly/3eA499p | Normal People: Interview with director of BBC adaptation https://bit.ly/3cBrGor | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
20/04/202m 24s

The Evening Briefing: Friday April 17

Coronavirus liveblog: Government announces vaccine taskforce after expert predicts 40,000 deaths https://bit.ly/2wNr1Bb |Social distancing broken: Police criticised for allowing people to flout lockdown rules to clap for carers on Westminster Bridge https://bit.ly/2RKUp2o |Worries for the Queen: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge reveal royal life under lockdown https://bit.ly/3af5LSr |Norman Hunter dies: Hard-tackling footballer and stalwart of Don Revie’s great Leeds side – obituary  https://bit.ly/3exVqo0 |Grace Kelly's wedding dress: Why it still inspires brides 64 years later https://bit.ly/3cuMluD |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
17/04/202m 12s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, April 17

Camilla Tominey: Analysis of the five-pronged lockdown action plan https://bit.ly/3akDGJr | Paul Nuki: The coronavirus strategies Britain needs to be following https://bit.ly/2KeGm0G | China: Economy contracts for first time in nearly five decades https://bit.ly/2KbVegj | NHS volunteers: Frustration at slow start to scheme https://bit.ly/3bh7po9 | Interview: Captain Tom’s fundraising passes £17million https://bit.ly/3evMAqP | Proof at last: Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity is right https://bit.ly/3aihvDI | Hitler: Portrait missing as war museum takes stock of losses https://bit.ly/2XGXowp | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
17/04/202m 32s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday April 16

Coronavirus liveblog: UK lockdown extended for 'at least' three weeks https://bit.ly/3cgdMbo |Dominic Raab: Acting PM who just faced biggest moment of his political career https://bit.ly/2VMN1Vx |EU apology: European Commission president says sorry to Italy for lack of help in coronavirus crisis https://bit.ly/2VxWmjM |Captain Tom Moore: WW2 veteran completes 100-lap challenge for NHS as donations top £14m  https://bit.ly/3erda4z |Near-drownings and Thai ghosts: How The Beach almost sank Leonardo DiCaprio https://bit.ly/2XBBvyG |Einstein was right: Star orbiting black hole proves theory https://bit.ly/3baireN |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
16/04/202m 18s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, April 16

Outbreak is slowing: But lockdown set for another three weeks https://bit.ly/3emAZui | Life after lockdown: Shopping with tongs and keeping cats inside https://bit.ly/2VBvAa4 | Testing: British firm's offer of million tests a week is spurned https://bit.ly/2RGSQCx | Living room contest: Darts to host virtual spectacular https://bit.ly/3bdW4Fl | Aspirin: One pill a week can slash cancer risk, study finds https://bit.ly/2Kb22Lm | Quiz drama: After TV finale, all your questions answered https://bit.ly/2XGbTki | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
16/04/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday April 15

Coronavirus liveblog: Matt Hancock announces families' 'right to say goodbye' to dying care home residents https://bit.ly/2K3WlPg |John Hemmings: WHO has come under China's growing influence https://bit.ly/2VzQ42Y |World's richest man under 30: Duke of Westminster donates £12.5m to coronavirus relief effort https://bit.ly/3aaisxZ |Trying to 'reinvent the wheel': Princess Anne urges young royals: 'Don't forget the basics' of service  https://bit.ly/3bcFTYL |Life with a Russian billionaire: Alexandra Tolstoy on her couture-clad life with an oligarch https://bit.ly/2K6mcpF |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
15/04/202m 25s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, April 15

Cash halted: Trump suspends WHO funding over virus ‘failings’ https://bit.ly/2VtBUR9 | Analysis: Ben Riley-Smith on Trump's cold political calculation https://bit.ly/2K7hEQ4 | Number-crunching: How the virus will hurt economy for years https://bit.ly/2VaBAb2 | Care homes: Tests pledge after claims elderly are 'forgotten' https://bit.ly/3cbOjjk | The good face mask guide: Which ones work best? https://bit.ly/2RDMWlr | Rich list: Council employee took home £600,000 per year https://bit.ly/34B38JA | ‘Coughing major’: How tight was evidence against Charles Ingram https://bit.ly/34EwhDy | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
15/04/202m 32s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday April 14

ONS data: Coronavirus led to UK's deadliest week since records began, figures show https://bit.ly/3aatgMH |Coronavirus liveblog: Government working towards more accurate death toll statistics https://bit.ly/34zDi8O |'These are tough times': Sunak warning as OBR predicts biggest budget deficit since WW2 https://bit.ly/3chRnKD |Osprey nest: Lockdown Britain wills pair to breed, watching webcam  https://bit.ly/2RSOeth |Ricky Gervais interview: 'I'm speaking up for the millions without power' https://bit.ly/2K5asUq |America's great unifier: Why nobody tugs heartstrings like Dolly Parton https://bit.ly/2RCXWQm |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
14/04/202m 13s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, April 14

How to go back?: Ministers plan gentle path back to normal life https://bit.ly/2xrnqsT | Liveblog: Rolling updates and analysis throughout the day https://bit.ly/2JZczcq | Tick off neighbours: Confront people for breaking rules, say police https://bit.ly/3crPkEb | Holiday costs: Plane fares could double after coronavirus lockdown https://bit.ly/2xrnF7h | J K Rowling: Author buys the home that inspired Harry Potter https://bit.ly/3bjhn8F | Last night’s TV: What our reviewers thought of Quiz - and more https://bit.ly/2xva0fx | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
14/04/202m 16s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday April 9

'Grace period is over': Police 'may search shopping' to stop lockdown flouters https://bit.ly/39WxAyI |DJs and bouncy castles: Police force closes down 600 parties https://bit.ly/3c6sxNW |Lockdown to be extended: Dominic Raab says 'we're not done yet' - liveblog https://bit.ly/3aZMbLa |100 days of Covid-19: What will next 100 days hold? https://bit.ly/2VatVYY |High street crisis: Debenhams goes into administration as Fortnum furloughs staff https://bit.ly/39Sdh5P |Behind the music: Why Simple Minds hated Don't You (Forget About Me) https://bit.ly/3aWaTML |Articles marked 🔸 are behind our paywall. Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI 
09/04/202m 6s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, April 9

Liveblog: Rolling updates as emergency committee meets https://bit.ly/2XxvR0D | How long?: Global health expert predicts lockdown length https://bit.ly/2JNkBFc | Rules: Restrictions on daily life explained in a nutshell https://bit.ly/3au6yjA | Xanthe Clay: Guide to the ultimate store cupboard recipes https://bit.ly/2xXlpoe | Royals reunited: Secrets to Charles and Camilla's marriage https://bit.ly/2UWjk4Z | Powering on: Renewables have overtaken fossil fuels https://bit.ly/3c2Jysb | Easter recipes: Simple dishes to keep children entertained https://bit.ly/3c76hn9 | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
09/04/202m 29s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday April 8

PM's condition 'improving': Rishi Sunak reveals Johnson is "sitting up in bed" in intensive care https://bit.ly/2JOAWcP |Coronavirus latest: No end to lockdown in sight as UK deaths rise by 938 in a day https://bit.ly/2XkTh92 |Economic impact: Lockdown won’t last forever – but the recovery will take years https://bit.ly/2xdoz7j |Feline fears: Cats should be quarantined in infected households, vets warn https://bit.ly/3aUFZnJ |Money & Daddy: New guide to raising a child – without going bankrupt https://bit.ly/3aUKhf0 |Bernie Sanders: Senator quits Democrats' US presidential race https://bit.ly/2XjytyQ |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
08/04/202m 6s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, April 8

Lockdown review: Will call be made while PM remains in hospital? https://bit.ly/2JMIxs2 | Top team: Country’s leading lung doctor oversees PM's treatment https://bit.ly/2Rm4Bhp | The four stages: From a mask to 'last resort' bypass machine https://bit.ly/3bXLNgv | 'Sneakaway': Second home owners 'sneak into towns at night' https://bit.ly/2JPK4he | Breakthrough: Can blood from virus survivors help us? https://bit.ly/2Xjxmz2 | Hot cross buns: Mary Berry reveals which are the best https://bit.ly/3bWemuw | Killing Eve: Series three, episode one: Spoiler-free review https://bit.ly/3e4mn2I | We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
08/04/202m 35s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday April 7

PM in intensive care: Johnson 'is a fighter' and will be back at the helm to lead us through crisis, says Dominic Raab https://bit.ly/2yIgCrc |Dominic Raab: The 'ambitious' former lawyer who has the same lunch from Pret every day https://bit.ly/2XjDqrh |Life inside ICU: Coronavirus survivor describes tragedy of patient who cried out for his family before dying alone https://bit.ly/3c0WPBG |Exit from lockdown: Why the coronavirus tests you've never heard of 'hold the key' https://bit.ly/3aTsy7s |Tom Harris: Starmer's shadow cabinet marks leap from dark days  https://bit.ly/2JLU8YH |Polygyny and parties: Lord Bath had lots of fun but did he have love?  https://bit.ly/3aQLdRD |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
07/04/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, April 7

PM's condition worsens: Boris Johnson in intensive care - inside story https://bit.ly/3e3JtGm | Rolling updates: Follow our liveblog for the latest throughout the day https://bit.ly/2XbLpXD | WhatsApp group: Sign up for latest news, commentary and analysis https://bit.ly/2Rl3a30 | UK lockdown: Exit strategy hopes stalled by tests delay https://bit.ly/2JXgx5r | YouTube video: Breathing technique ‘kept me out of hospital’ https://bit.ly/39L94Rn | Next move: Duke and Duchess of Sussex reveal their plans https://bit.ly/2Xr98mT | Best-before: Dates on food ‘can be ignored for up to six months’ https://bit.ly/2JKF1yz | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
07/04/202m 18s

The Evening Briefing: Monday, April 6

Should he be working?: PM remains in hospital with 'persistent' symptoms https://bit.ly/2V4dptz | Medical opinion: The coronavirus tests Boris Johnson is likely to have https://bit.ly/3bSSGj9 | Live tracker: Follow cases, deaths and tests: UK and worldwide https://bit.ly/2xYnYGr | End in sight?: European countries prepare to ease lockdowns https://bit.ly/2UNAmCo | Food tips: How to keep your produce fresher for longer https://bit.ly/2xaSkp8 | Death of a Bond girl: Telegraph obituary of Honor Blackman https://bit.ly/39LY06n | Truth about Spencer Tracy: The most toxic man in Hollywood? https://bit.ly/2Xdtwrj | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
06/04/202m 21s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, April 6

Liveblog: Latest updates as Boris Johnson is treated in hospital https://bit.ly/3aShY0Q | Inside story: How the PM tried to run the country from his sickbed https://bit.ly/2wicsWb | Camilla Tominey: The Queen's address gave us comfort and hope https://bit.ly/2UJCmva | Lockdown: Does lying in the sun in parks really put lives at risk? https://bit.ly/2RhkQMV | 'Light at end of tunnel': Death rates fall across Europe https://bit.ly/2Rf2rjU | Feral hogs: Pigs leave trail of destruction in Canada https://bit.ly/2Rg8iVT | Easter holidays: Recipes to keep children entertained https://bit.ly/3aHrKCJ | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
06/04/202m 25s

The Evening Briefing: Friday April 3

Stay at home: 'This is not advice, this is an instruction' says Hancock as warm weather forecast https://bit.ly/2X2I6Sx |Health service sacrifice: The NHS workers who have died from coronavirus https://bit.ly/3bUtIjv |Boy's death: Family of 13-year-old coronavirus victim miss funeral after siblings develop symptoms https://bit.ly/349OzN6 |UK heads for recession: Britain’s services sector suffers worst slowdown on record https://bit.ly/39JyQoW |'Worst yet to come': Eurozone economy rocked by coronavirus shutdowns https://bit.ly/349kgpE |NHS Nightingale: Prince Charles opens hospital by videolink in royal first https://bit.ly/2JFAgGg |Inside story: How Britain’s biggest hospital was built from scratch in under two weeks https://bit.ly/2JAmB3p |Bill Withers: 'Lean on Me' singer-songwriter, dies aged 81 https://bit.ly/3aHRRcF |Katie Morley Investigates: 'Mum gambled £88k as William Hill VIP' https://bit.ly/2waKGL4 |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
03/04/202m 26s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, April 3

Missed chances: Systematic failures in pandemic strategy laid bare https://bit.ly/2R8eZt2 | Hancock's gamble: Is 100,000 daily testing target achievable? https://bit.ly/2X5flEx | Live updates: Two more Nightingale Hospitals announced https://bit.ly/2UCGihi | Resistance: Police told to fine parents if children ignore lockdown https://bit.ly/2R8f3Ji | TV bonus: Classic sport moments to replace cancelled events https://bit.ly/2xIMFXp | When Jezza met Chopper: Listen to interview in Chopper’s Politics Podcast https://bit.ly/3aFy4un | Doting notes: Vincent Van Gogh poems and hymns revealed https://bit.ly/2R6y7YA | Articles marked 🔸 are behind our paywall. Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
03/04/202m 33s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday April 2

Coronavirus fightback: Pledge to test 100,000 people by end of April https://bit.ly/3aGiEX0 |Analysis: Why coronavirus mass testing must be our No 1 priority - and why we lag behind the rest of the world https://bit.ly/3aEJEWz |'People are dying left and right': Life inside New York's coronavirus battle https://bit.ly/39BsCrf |Eddie Large: Comedian dies aged 78 after contracting coronavirus https://bit.ly/2V9lJbB |Telegraph_ obituary: Eddie Large - half of prime-time television double-act Little and Large https://bit.ly/2UYiN10 |Toddler's letter: Two-year-old summoned to court for failing to pay council tax arrears https://bit.ly/2JAEnn3 |Eco-jeans and vintage gowns: What will Meghan’s new style chapter in California look like? https://bit.ly/3bIn4ws |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
02/04/202m 8s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, April 2

No answers: Three big questions Government has not addressed https://bit.ly/2R25qvI | Dispatch: How Germany got it right, while the UK got it wrong https://bit.ly/3aAgwji | Live coverage: Latest coronavirus updates throughout the day https://bit.ly/2UBy8pC | Analysis: After 13-year-old's death, should parents be worried? https://bit.ly/34eEiiJ | Back to nature: How Britain’s wildlife has benefited from lockdown https://bit.ly/343Q0MM | Royal row: Queen wins power struggle over Balmoral turbine https://bit.ly/347FhkG | Bond girl: Daniel Craig is the real sex object, says latest actress https://bit.ly/2UTK9FH | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
02/04/202m 25s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday April 1

Coronavirus liveblog: Only 2,000 NHS frontline staff tested as Britain suffers deadliest day https://bit.ly/2XbUoYX |Wimbledon cancelled: Coronavirus halts Championships for the first time since Second World War https://bit.ly/3bFbnXt |'Moral vacuum': Premier League clubs under fire after applying for coronavirus finance relief https://bit.ly/2X2vJWj |Jason Burt: It is a disgrace Premier League clubs are abusing the Government's furlough scheme before cutting player wages https://bit.ly/340lSlo |Prince Charles: Heir to thone hails supermarket workers as 'emergency service' https://bit.ly/2R2qXVb |Moral Money: Nursery asked us to keep paying fees even though it's closed – should we? https://bit.ly/2R2700u |David Bowie's arch enemy: The sad, strange saga of Jobriath https://bit.ly/39BVuPW |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
01/04/202m 4s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, April 1

Exit strategy: App to alert public if they are exposed to infection https://bit.ly/33Ylhkn | Postcode tool: Search for confirmed cases in your area https://bit.ly/3dKd3AC | Hotspots: Areas that could become UK’s next virus epicentres https://bit.ly/2UyKX3S | Testing row: Health chiefs ‘snubbed offers from top labs to help' https://bit.ly/2UVIaRr | Meet the Marshes: Family behind coronavirus viral hit https://bit.ly/3dNfS3Q | Mother's footsteps: Harry and Meghan house hunt in Malibu https://bit.ly/2URgcpF | Alcohol study: Heavy drinking adds inch and half to waistlines https://bit.ly/3bFaNZK | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
01/04/202m 21s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday March 31

Coronavirus liveblog: UK death toll hits 1,789 as Michael Gove says testing 'must go further, faster' https://bit.ly/3axmamv |Eurozone infighting: Will the coronavirus crisis tear the European Union apart? https://bit.ly/2wIhKKV |Houseparty bounty: App offers $1m reward to unmask people behind ‘hacking smear campaign’ https://bit.ly/2UxvocQ |Celia Walden: Meghan and Harry's LA move may be their worst yet https://bit.ly/341glLG |Tiger King: Netflix documentary proves, even in darkest times, we want to see worst in us https://bit.ly/2UA5Agd |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
31/03/202m 27s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, March 31

'Overzealous' police: Shopping bags searched and fishing trips banned https://bit.ly/2QV2WPB | Neil Basu: 'Officers must maintain tradition of policing by consent' https://bit.ly/2QYipPf | Lockdown Q&A: All your stay-at-home questions answered https://bit.ly/3au6yjA | UK death toll: ONS numbers larger than official figures show https://bit.ly/33XU0OQ | Good news: Four graphs that show virus tactics starting to work https://bit.ly/2JrHkGC | State secret?: MI5 will not reveal age of youngest-ever boss https://bit.ly/2UR9MH1 | Farewell riches: Countess ‘happier’ without billionaire lifestyle https://bit.ly/39wWKEb | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
31/03/202m 21s

The Evening Briefing: Monday March 30

NHS hit: One in four doctors off sick or in isolation due to coronavirus https://bit.ly/2Ur3UFw |Coronavirus liveblog: UK deaths rise by 180 in 24 hours https://bit.ly/2Ur3RJQ |Dominic Cummings: PM's chief adviser self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms https://bit.ly/2JpcIpl |Stranded Britons: Dominic Raab announces £75m for flights to bring UK nationals home https://bit.ly/33TKrk4 |'Self-isolation murder': Man accused of Britain's first lockdown killing, as grandmother found dead at home https://bit.ly/2WUJ1V5 |Four magnets stuck up nose: Astrophysicist taken to hospital after trying to create anti-coronavirus device https://bit.ly/2QW16xU |25 funny jokes: Gags from comedians to cheer you up in self-isolation https://bit.ly/2wNlc6R |Dooming the Beatles: Story of Ringo's 'embarrassing' solo album https://bit.ly/3dHVPUr |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
30/03/202m 3s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, March 30

25 more weeks?: Return to 'normal life' may be six months away https://bit.ly/2QXmBP3 | Lockdown Q&A: Read our ultimate on the new rules for living https://bit.ly/3au6yjA | EasyJet: Entire fleet grounded in response to travel lockdown https://bit.ly/33U2TJn | Working at home?: How your boss could still be watching https://bit.ly/39rDTue | Royal bill: Trump reignites row over Harry and Meghan's security https://bit.ly/3bA31jH | Belgravia review: Lack of Downton-style warmth begins to show https://bit.ly/2UqEqZ1 | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
30/03/202m 17s

The Evening Briefing: Friday March 27

Boris Johnson: Prime Minister tests positive for coronavirus - everything we know so far https://bit.ly/2wzt0ZY |Coronavirus liveblog: UK deaths rise by 181 in 24 hours https://bit.ly/3aplWh6 |Sweden cracks down: Nordic nation ditches 'light touch' strategy https://bit.ly/2Un0H9Z |Canine help: Dogs could soon be used to sniff out coronavirus cases https://bit.ly/2QR4avj |Prince Charles: Why plan for red squirrel haven has been scrapped  https://bit.ly/2UH6Gp5 |'I want that one': Little Britain likely to return 'in some form' says Matt Lucas https://bit.ly/33UuEBE |Articles marked 🔸 are behind our paywall. Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
27/03/202m 22s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, March 27

Jobless to soar: Ultimate Q&A for the self-employed https://bit.ly/2QRRch4 | Live updates: US overtakes China for most confirmed cases https://bit.ly/2xpk7lE | GP tragedy: UK's first doctor to die from suspected covid-19 https://bit.ly/3ayTAkJ | Clap for Carers: Gallery: Britons salute NHS workers https://bit.ly/2UHFK8y | Royal move: Harry and Meghan 'move to California' https://bit.ly/3dHVEJ4 | Attenborough warning: 'Children cannot get lost these days' https://bit.ly/2vRmkG0 | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
27/03/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday March 26

Self-employed support: Chancellor sets out his package to help freelancers and contractors https://bit.ly/2vNCy2S |Spain analysis: Why its death rate is so bad – and what it means for the UK https://bit.ly/2JjZ0UG |Second Life: Virtual world enjoys a surprising renaissance amid social distancing https://bit.ly/39ns7kg |Tate Modern: Boy thrown from 10th floor makes significant progress https://bit.ly/3anEy0R |Duchess of Sussex's new role: Narrating a Disney film about elephants https://bit.ly/2xumunq |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
26/03/202m 10s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, March 26

'Patient zero': Family may have been infected month earlier than thought https://bit.ly/39fCs1D | Video: Film inside Austrian ski resort at centre of European outbreak https://bit.ly/3agB5RI | Pay plan: What Chancellor is expected to offer self-employed today https://bit.ly/2xmn6LM | Everybody say yeah: The return of Mr Motivator to our screens https://bit.ly/2WJaYio | Bath a day: Splash in the tub could reduce risk of heart disease https://bit.ly/33MtaJl | Shocking tactic: Church tackles problem of nuisance pigeons https://bit.ly/2vPU46N | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
26/03/202m 26s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday March 25

Prince of Wales: Prince Charles' most recent engagements before diagnosis https://bit.ly/2xoFOCt |Politics liveblog: PM grilled on self-employed and construction sites https://bit.ly/3alfHuv |Home testing kits: Finger prick tests will be available 'within days' from Amazon and Boots https://bit.ly/2Uj10Ti |Coronavirus updates: Sign up to The Telegraph's Politics WhatsApp group http://bit.ly/3978psR |Coronavirus: The Latest: New Telegraph podcast brings you up to speed  http://bit.ly/2TTxwuS |Classic children's books: Stories to help children - and adults - survive lockdown https://bit.ly/39fdOOV |Land Rover Defender review: Five-star performance on and off road https://bit.ly/2WMxRS3 |Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
25/03/202m 11s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, March 25

Lockdown rules: New law - but police to avoid hardline approach https://bit.ly/39d4VoN | Q&A: Should you go to work? What happens if you refuse? https://bit.ly/33J7Fcx | NHS needs you: How to join coronavirus volunteer campaign https://bit.ly/2QJcQ6R | Keep in touch: Our guide to the best video apps https://bit.ly/3airDNP | Mouthwash warning: Product could damage health, study finds https://bit.ly/3dn67tf | City living: Birds in city are smarter than countryside counterparts https://bit.ly/2Uzz9wX | Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
25/03/202m 18s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday March 24

Coronavirus lockdown: Measures may get stricter as UK death toll rises and new field hospital announced  https://bit.ly/3bmWE37 |Inside story: Boris Johnson’s path to putting UK in coronavirus lockdown https://bit.ly/2UdkE2W |Olympics postponed: Tokyo Games will not take place 'for about a year' https://bit.ly/3aipTUF |Some hope: China eases lockdown of Hubei province as coronavirus infections subside https://bit.ly/39gVS6zAlbert Uderzo dies: Illustrator who created feisty Gaulish warrior Asterix – obituary https://bit.ly/2vLhnP0 |Disney+ launch: Top 10 classic films for all ages to forget the gloom https://bit.ly/2JoRQi1 |Articles marked 🔸 are behind our paywall. Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI   
24/03/202m 40s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, March 24

End of freedom: Simple guide to the new rules for daily life https://bit.ly/2JbaGsB | Paul Nuki analysis: Why are young turning up in critical care? https://bit.ly/33FOqk9 | Lack of testing: UK now seriously lagging behind other nations https://bit.ly/2UsPnbg | Return of the milkman: Gallery -photo dispatch from over the years https://bit.ly/3dswYns | Clive Anderson interview: 'I should have done comedy before law' https://bit.ly/2UrBbiM | Princess Eugenie at 30: Looking back at her style evolution https://bit.ly/3afseQ5 | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
24/03/202m 26s

The Evening Briefing: Monday March 23

Coronavirus lockdown: Boris Johnson expected to close nearly all shops in national broadcast - liveblog https://bit.ly/2xVM5pg |Schools chaos: Headteachers face 'life and death' decisions over key workers https://bit.ly/39e4b31 |Key workers: School closures explained and who is on the list? https://bit.ly/2vHBddV |Joe Wicks: 'I want to be the nation's PE teacher' https://bit.ly/2wuEZYs |Salmond cleared: Ex-First Minister acquitted of catalogue of sex offences https://bit.ly/3dkKdH7 |John Curtice: What did the public think about how Parliament handled Brexit? https://bit.ly/2UeF3Ve |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
23/03/202m 1s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, March 23

Total lockdown looms:PM threatens Italian-style restrictions https://bit.ly/33FPLr8 | ‘Covidiots’: Pictures - Large crowds flock to parks and beauty spots https://bit.ly/33BWceT | Can I go for a walk?: Simple summary of latest official advice https://bit.ly/39e8n2B | Olympics on brink: Calls for Games to be postponed https://bit.ly/2QBb3Ry | Wellness tips: The key to being a healthy home worker https://bit.ly/2y28Yrk | Home education secrets: How to keep your child on track https://bit.ly/33CMKI2 | DNA evidence: Cigarette used to crack 35-year-old murder https://bit.ly/3adfHwD | Is he Hercules or Cromwell?: Chalk giant to yield its secrets https://bit.ly/3bj7gzZ | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
23/03/202m 10s

The Evening Briefing: Friday, March 20

UK shutdown: Watch PM's announcement on tonight's closures https://bit.ly/2WwB4oT | Q&A: What will the Government’s response mean for you? https://bit.ly/33x4lBe | Economic measures: 'Unprecedented' wage bailout package https://bit.ly/2WxZgau | Stuck at home with children?: 48 ways to keep youngsters busy https://bit.ly/3dlvlZ4 | Mother’s Day: Dos and don'ts during virus pandemic https://bit.ly/3bcY8gj | Prisoners: Why they will no longer be called 'offenders' https://bit.ly/3bgA5gm | Chelsea Flower Show: How this year is going digital https://bit.ly/33xJOwe | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
20/03/202m 0s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, March 20

Support for workers: Chancellor to unveil wage bailout https://bit.ly/2UlERme | Liveblog: Follow rolling updates throughout the day https://bit.ly/3dfYvJ2 | Postcode tracker: Search for cases where you live https://bit.ly/391flaZ | Online shopping: Supermarket laws to be relaxed https://bit.ly/392jMSZ | Interview: My friend Caroline Flack, by her ex-publicist https://bit.ly/3bnZzsD | Technical upgrade: Nasa fixes Mars probe with shovel https://bit.ly/3baH7Dy | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
20/03/202m 16s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday March 19

Queen's message: Monarch urges British people to do their 'vitally important' bit to combat coronavirus http://bit.ly/2J3KmQY |Coronavirus Bill: Government to get sweeping powers to tackle virus http://bit.ly/2xeJOFh |Interest rates: Bank of England goes ‘all in’ with further rate cut http://bit.ly/2vy7NyP |Grim numbers: Italy's coronavirus death toll overtakes China http://bit.ly/2U2IWfT |Guarded optimism: A postcard from China after three months of coronavirus http://bit.ly/2UospCb |Coronavirus: The Latest: New Telegraph podcast brings you up to speed http://bit.ly/2TTxwuS |Windrush scandal: Priti Patel 'truly sorry' for 'serious harm' done by Home Office handling http://bit.ly/3a4V31F |Amazing reads: The best children's books of 2020 so far  http://bit.ly/2QwlV2T |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
19/03/202m 41s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, March 19

Coronavirus latest: Plans drawn up to lock down the capital http://bit.ly/2x4Xvqq | Live updates: Up to 40 Tube stations could close today http://bit.ly/33BHynW | Home schooling: Keep children on track while learning remotely http://bit.ly/2x7TQs1 | Cure hopes: Covid-19 patient successfully treated with drug http://bit.ly/2QuWOxr | Listen: Keep up to date with our new daily coronavirus podcast http://bit.ly/3dhFrdt | Sheila Ferguson: Three Degrees star ‘snubbed’ by Princes Trust http://bit.ly/3dcemrR | Football class war: Behind the scenes of The English Game http://bit.ly/2QrdTZh | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
19/03/202m 14s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday March 18

Schools to close: Exams will not take place in May and June as pupils told to stay at home http://bit.ly/2QooxQb |Michael Deacon: The virus threatens to change everything... and it’s already changed the Commons http://bit.ly/2UktjiP |Coronavirus: The Latest: New Telegraph podcast brings you up to speed  http://bit.ly/2TTxwuS |Pound plummets: Global stocks tumble as sterling falls to 35-year low http://bit.ly/2UkdVTA |Rationing begins: Supermarkets to limit groceries and call for police protection amid fears of rioting http://bit.ly/2TZFaUx |Food supply: Morrisons boss wants competition law relaxed to keep shelves stocked http://bit.ly/2U40GrD |Glastonbury cancelled: 50th anniversary festival postponed http://bit.ly/38ZOdJD |Brooding puppet master: 'What documentary tonight shows about my old friend Dominic Cummings' http://bit.ly/3dcCxpZ |Kamala Harris: The steely senator who could become US vice president http://bit.ly/2QoEF4w |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
18/03/202m 4s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, March 18

Fightback: 'Wartime' government's £350bn lifeline explained http://bit.ly/2QmZFbS | Liveblog: Rolling coverage of latest updates throughout the day http://bit.ly/2wgzTz2 | The advice: Explained - how we should live our lives now http://bit.ly/3a03T0x | Virus tests: Rich and famous pay for Harley Street kits http://bit.ly/3a0v63q | You Are Not Alone: New platform to bring readers together http://bit.ly/3bgN1Dl | US 2020: Joe Biden extends lead in Democratic race http://bit.ly/3a1ky47 | TV review: The Great Celebrity Bake Off  http://bit.ly/3d1UYOa | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
18/03/202m 12s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday March 17

Business bailout: £330bn set aside to save British economy from coronavirus crisis – latest update http://bit.ly/2wf9p0S  |Do not travel: Holidaymakers advisers not to travel anywhere in the world http://bit.ly/2Wx7cZB |Coronavirus: The Latest: New Telegraph podcast brings you up to speed  http://bit.ly/2TTxwuS |20,000 coronavirus deaths: Data modelling for UK outbreak explained http://bit.ly/3bfgxJF |Royal visits cancelled: Queen to decamp to Windsor amid coronavirus crisis http://bit.ly/3d3ELIx |Henry's ugly duckling: Why is history so unkind to Anne of Cleves? http://bit.ly/2IUzzZw |End of NFL era: Tom Brady leaves New England Patriots after 20 years http://bit.ly/2w5Sf5V |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
17/03/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, March 17

Official advice: What strategy means for every area of your life http://bit.ly/2Wic98k | Liveblog: Follow rolling coronavirus updates throughout the day http://bit.ly/3d1VonM | Postcode search: Find where UK cases have been detected http://bit.ly/39VTIKt | Vaccine hope: Infected monkeys develop immunity, say scientists http://bit.ly/3aZgUYv | Global Health Bulletin: Sign up to our daily newsletter http://bit.ly/3b813XP | Coronavirus - The Latest: Listen to our new daily podcast http://bit.ly/2vw8Wai | Breaking: Carphone Warehouse shops to close for good http://bit.ly/2U5YQF6 | 'All by myself': Orlando Bloom's right - celibacy can work wonders http://bit.ly/2TUoON2 | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
17/03/202m 25s

The Evening Briefing: Monday March 16

Drastic new measures | PM advises against non-essential touching and travel - latest updates http://bit.ly/39YPm5i |Coronavirus: The Latest | New Telegraph podcast brings you up to speed  http://bit.ly/2TTxwuS |Airlines in crisis | Virgin, BA and Ryanair axe majority of flights http://bit.ly/2welKSR |Markets plunge | Wall Street plummets at opening - liveblog http://bit.ly/39RiV8W |Charges delayed | BBC halts plans to make over-75s pay licence fee  http://bit.ly/33os8Dk |Roy Hudd | Comedian, actor and writer dies, aged 83 - obituary http://bit.ly/3d5MntO |Sex and Titian | Are these the world's most erotic paintings? http://bit.ly/2Wkgo3o |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
16/03/202m 3s

The Morning Briefing: Monday March 16

Emergency powers: Public could be fined £1,000 or put in custody for refusing tests or quarantine http://bit.ly/2UcwzwD |School exams | GCSEs and A-levels could be pushed 'as far back as September' http://bit.ly/38MN73O |Coronavirus latest | New York and Los Angeles placed in lockdown - liveblog http://bit.ly/33nCvHi |Face mask fashion | Instagram influencers told to 'act responsibly' http://bit.ly/3b37jjd |Midlife Fitness Files | I lost seven stone by working out daily and giving up fizzy drinks http://bit.ly/2IROSC6 |Belgravia, episode 1 review | It may not be Downton but it's ideal Sunday night TV http://bit.ly/2Qjocyy |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
16/03/202m 36s

The Evening Briefing: Friday March 13

Politics halted: Boris Johnson postpones local elections until 2021 http://bit.ly/33fLz13 |Coronavirus latest: UK infections rise to 798, as Scotland records first death http://bit.ly/2wU0zWe |Sport hit by coronavirus: Live updates as London Marathon postponed and Premier League suspended http://bit.ly/2TOkUFnRoyal plans on hold: Queen's royal duties postponed due to coronavirus http://bit.ly/33iW2Zr |Cheltenham Festival: Al Boum Photo joins elite group with back-to-back Gold Cup successes http://bit.ly/3cYGDSv  |The new rules of sleep: Forget the eight hour myth, and beware sharing a bed http://bit.ly/2vp25zq |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
13/03/202m 20s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, March 13

'Delay' strategy: How PM's announcement will affect daily life http://bit.ly/3cU8y6j | Is it enough?: Paul Nuki analysis of UK's low-key approach http://bit.ly/2WbEP2K | The symptoms: Everything you need to look out for http://bit.ly/2vV9iYi | Markets in freefall: Live coverage as stocks tank http://bit.ly/2visUoJ | Virus in football: Premier League set to suspend all games http://bit.ly/3cWXlSk | Sport comment: Jason Burt - This show cannot go on http://bit.ly/3aP1GVS | Michel Roux: Tribute to chef who changed food in Britain http://bit.ly/3aRin2T | Friday night dinner: Eleanor Steafel's easy recipe suggestion http://bit.ly/39PWIIn | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
13/03/202m 36s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday March 12

Coronavirus latest: Up to 10,000 people in UK infected as PM warns 'many families will lose loved ones' http://bit.ly/2vPYN8B |UK response: What happens in the 'delay' phase? http://bit.ly/2IMZvpH |US-Europe travel ban: Brussels fury after Donald Trump's 'unilateral' decision http://bit.ly/2W7zVDL |Holiday plans: What does the US coronavirus travel ban mean for me? http://bit.ly/3cRsA1b |Sport hit by virus: Live updates from around the world as Australian Grand Prix called off http://bit.ly/39LWcen |Telegraph obituary: Michel Roux, chef who co-founded Le Gavroche, dies aged 78 http://bit.ly/2xyian2 |The Elastica implosion: How Britpop's bright young things became its biggest casualty http://bit.ly/38Rekm4 |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
12/03/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, March 12

Trump statement: President suspends Europe travel to US - UK exempt http://bit.ly/339SyII | At-a-glance: Everything we know so far about how the ban will work http://bit.ly/38CQV7G | New phase: What public will be asked to do under 'delay' stage http://bit.ly/2IFOpmy | Travel insurance fears: Q&A: Should you go on holiday? http://bit.ly/32XFo1t | Bryony Gordon: Behind the scenes of Harry and Meghan's exit http://bit.ly/2vZq4FA | Wonders of the world?: Britain's greatest adventures to tackle in 2020 http://bit.ly/33bFJ0A | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
12/03/202m 18s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday March 11

Budget 2020: Rishi Sunak unveils £30bn plan to fight coronavirus http://bit.ly/3aKjMIC |At a glance: Summary of Budget's key changes and highlights http://bit.ly/2vQ1qr0 |How does Budget affect you: Who are the winners and losers from today's speech? http://bit.ly/2wQZK0d |Coronavirus latest: WHO labels outbreak a 'pandemic' and laments 'global inaction' http://bit.ly/38DmGNL |Hospitals under strain: Will your local trust have enough beds to deal with coronavirus? http://bit.ly/2IFeNwM |Hygiene howler: Saudi Aramco apologises for human hand sanitiser stunt http://bit.ly/2vPdCbz |Harvey Weinstein: Hollywood producer sentenced to 23 years in prison http://bit.ly/38KZmOa |Best dressed at Cheltenham: From Anne to Zara, who wore it well on Festival day one http://bit.ly/2W5Nh3E |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
11/03/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, March 11

Interest rate cut: Emergency measure to target outbreak - live updates http://bit.ly/3aJ9uZi | The Budget: What we can expect from new Chancellor Rishi Sunak http://bit.ly/2xl0uLp | Nadine Dorries: Health minister diagnosed with coronavirus http://bit.ly/2vc9iTj | Premier League hit: Man City v Arsenal postponed over outbreak http://bit.ly/39GdyJP | Royal hoax: Prince Harry duped by Russian pranksters http://bit.ly/2vaC0Us | Daniel Craig: Is James Bond actor the male Jennifer Aniston? http://bit.ly/39HP0A2 | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
11/03/202m 12s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday March 10

Coronavirus latest: Italy death toll jumps by 168 in a day, as UK cases rise to 373 http://bit.ly/2TRHnjW |How virus is rising | Charts show UK is among those seeing fastest increase http://bit.ly/2IAQ3G3 |Tom Harris | Rightly, PM is listening to coronavirus experts rather than armchair generals http://bit.ly/2TRqPs8 |Italy lockdown: Italians confused by country-wide quarantine http://bit.ly/33by1DF |Airlines take action: Norwegian cancels 3,000 flights and sheds staff http://bit.ly/2v6R5q2 |Reader Q&A | Economics Editor Russell Lynch answers questions on virus impact http://bit.ly/2IxGg3B |Weather warning: Flood barriers back up ahead of more heavy rain http://bit.ly/39H6iNx |Police murder trial: PC Andrew Harper dragged along road for more than a mile to his death, court hears http://bit.ly/2W1dY9C |Domestic destinations: 30 beautiful places you won't believe are in Britain http://bit.ly/2TEqD0v |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
10/03/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday March 10

UK braced for virus surge: People with coughs and colds will be told to self-isolate http://bit.ly/2veaxBu |Italy on lockdown | Entire country placed under quarantine http://bit.ly/38DySOs |How prepared is UK pandemic? | Sophisticated analysis shows three major gaps http://bit.ly/38F9Azw |New Black Monday: Carnage on stock markets as oil plunge drives fresh rout http://bit.ly/39C19GA |Business liveblog: Oil and stocks react after rout http://bit.ly/39Eh07x |Duke and Duchess of Sussex: Harry and Meghan kept up appearances on final engagement http://bit.ly/38DBrQA |Expert lip reader: What Prince William might have said to Prince Harry http://bit.ly/3cNmRt5 |Champion Hurdle analysis: Cheltenham big race favourite Epatante can answer questions http://bit.ly/3aLU1aH |Yes we can: Jack Monroe on the art of cooking with tins (not that you're stockpiling...)  http://bit.ly/2VXwKOW |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
10/03/202m 8s

The Evening Briefing: Monday March 9

Coronavirus latest: Reaction after PM answers questions on UK response as death toll hits four http://bit.ly/2wHBmOy |Markets crash: Stock markets decimated over virus fears - live updates http://bit.ly/2PYHBVh |Shares slip: Why has Saudi Arabia launched an oil price war? http://bit.ly/2Iwv3jR |Labour race row: Trevor Phillips accuses Labour of shutting down 'healthy debate' after being suspended from party http://bit.ly/2IySOaM |Tom Harris: What Trevor Phillips' expulsion shows about Labour http://bit.ly/3aA3UIy |Duke and Duchess of Sussex: Couple arrive at Westminster Abbey for final engagement as working royals http://bit.ly/2TRL5Kk |Alex Salmond trial: Woman left 'embarrassed and humiliated' http://bit.ly/2IuVfv2 |Baroness Michelle Mone: An hour of exercise a day helped me lose 7 stone http://bit.ly/2TCPYYw |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
09/03/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Monday March 9

Coronavirus farce: Dozens of planes fly to UK from Italy's quarantine zones with no checks http://bit.ly/2vb4cGY |Virus latest: PM to chair emergency meeting as UK cases grow - liveblog http://bit.ly/336LHzN |Supermarket rationing: Customers limited online after panic buyers clear shelves http://bit.ly/336yA1M |Stay healthy: Easy ways to boost your immune system to fight virus http://bit.ly/32ZYt3a |Budget promise: Top-speed broadband 'will reach even remotest parts of Britain' http://bit.ly/2ItBaFh |Lords reform: Earl of Shrewsbury calls for new law to let daughters inherit noble titles http://bit.ly/3aAhuvq |Nick Timothy: Pandemic and bid to level up UK will mean tax rises http://bit.ly/2xpY4eN |Dancing on Ice: the final, review: Joe Swash takes the trophy as the darling of Joe Public http://bit.ly/39ASYuf |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
09/03/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Friday March 6

Second UK virus death: Man in his 80s dies in hospital - latest virus news http://bit.ly/2Tt9feV |How many are there?: Where in the UK have cases of coronavirus been detected http://bit.ly/2TwnH6e |Coronavirus in France: Emmanuel Macron calls on citizens to limit visits to old people's homes http://bit.ly/2VRALVm |Markets hit: FTSE drops on virus fears as global shares plunge - live http://bit.ly/3cCl0Yk |'No need' to stockpile: Health Secretary says food supplies will not run dry http://bit.ly/2wCl2yA |Gold standard: Taiwan shows the way on epidemic response http://bit.ly/330HTAi |'I'm not here for one last payday': Jamie Carragher meets Carlo Ancelotti http://bit.ly/2Ir0WdC |Stunt backfires: Man sent to prison for licking ice cream in Walmart before putting it back on the shelf http://bit.ly/3cEoo4D |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
06/03/202m 5s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, March 6

NHS bed shortage: Patients told to stay home if they get 'mild' coronavirus http://bit.ly/2TuqU69 | Paul Nuki analysis: NHS could be overwhelmed and critical care rationed http://bit.ly/335K3Pb | Live coverage: Watch video of medics arriving on stricken cruise ship by air http://bit.ly/2Ir38l3 | Inside story: How Princess Haya fled after 'intimidation campaign' http://bit.ly/38yGKBa | Royal night out: Harry and Meghan’s final royal endeavour http://bit.ly/2uZhdmT | Derby County 0 Manchester United 3: Sam Wallace's match report http://bit.ly/39w0XsC | Friday night dinner: Macaroni with spiced tomatoes, cream and rye http://bit.ly/39v8zv8v | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
06/03/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday March 5

Patient dies: Elderly patient with underlying health conditions becomes first person to die in UK from coronavirus http://bit.ly/38ohDko |NHS does not have enough beds | Half of UK coronavirus cases likely to occur over three weeks http://bit.ly/2wzWw0Z |What if I catch it? | What coronavirus does to the body - video http://bit.ly/2TpRtcz |Virus' first business victim | The inside story of Flybe's downfall http://bit.ly/2wsip2p |Firms face fines | Watchdog may step in over ramped up prices for hand sanitiser http://bit.ly/2Ij8u1M |Water into wine | Lambrusco pours from taps in Italian village after pipe fault - video http://bit.ly/3cAKV2w |The vocab test | What do you score – and what does it say about you? http://bit.ly/2IoTAac |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
05/03/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, March 5

Coronavirus crisis: Flybe ceases trading immediately - Q&A http://bit.ly/2v0bKME | Travel advice: Should you cancel holidays and will you be refunded? http://bit.ly/32XFo1t | Hospital 'lockdown': View map of latest confirmed cases http://bit.ly/2PNUotj | BBC ‘bias’: Culture Secretary to tackle Corporation in first speech http://bit.ly/3auZliS | ‘The Cambridge factor’: Pictures lead to royal school expansion http://bit.ly/32W0rRZ | John Simpson: The joys of being an older father http://bit.ly/3cvE1eM | Wayne Rooney: Interview - why Man United are struggling http://bit.ly/2TDb8EW | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
05/03/202m 24s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday, March 4

Coronavirus surge: Epidemic warning as infections jump two-thirds in UK http://bit.ly/2vCJzUd |Coronavirus cancellations: Which sporting events and concerts are affected? - live http://bit.ly/2PLTxt7 |Bullying allegations: Boris Johnson 'sticking by' Priti Patel amid fresh accusations http://bit.ly/2x2F5GG |Caught on camera: Duke of Cambridge jokes he and Duchess 'are spreading coronavirus' http://bit.ly/32MGdu3 |Speech tonight: Duke of Cambridge to say Britain and Ireland's relationship must not be bound by 'many wrongs' of Troubles http://bit.ly/2IlcI9i |Democrat nomination: It's now Biden vs Bernie - and Trump is rubbing his hands http://bit.ly/39nXLPB |Kane off?: Where striker might go if he leaves Spurs in the summer http://bit.ly/32Nw1RU |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
04/03/202m 20s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, March 4

Hunt for drug: British scientists in global race to halt coronavirus http://bit.ly/2VJ0X48 | Spanish flu: What Britain can learn from 1918’s devastating outbreak http://bit.ly/2VE77mi | Our guide: How to navigate the coronavirus germ traps http://bit.ly/39n2kJR | Super Tuesday: Joe Biden surges ahead in race for White House http://bit.ly/2vBvTsB | Teenage rows: Revealed - why mothers and offspring fall out http://bit.ly/32O1Wl5 | Chelsea 2 Liverpool 0: Read Matt Law's match report http://bit.ly/2wrvKYV | Lisa Armstrong: Key to your wardrobe - for the next 10 years http://bit.ly/2PIqbMw | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
04/03/202m 15s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday March 3

Coronavirus 'battle plan': Army on standby as PM launches outbreak blueprint http://bit.ly/3cvgr1A |Government's proposals: The key points explained in 28-page document http://bit.ly/32QVdXF |Travel advice: Should I cancel my holiday because of coronavirus? http://bit.ly/3csDOZN |Baby at No 10: PM will 'almost certainly' take paternity leave http://bit.ly/3ao6fWV |Queen's gloves: Monarch covers hands at Buckingham Palace amid coronavirus outbreak http://bit.ly/3athei1 |Matthew Lynn: The talks are with the EU but our fight is with France http://bit.ly/2Tzx1VB |FA Cup: What Chelsea can learn from Watford's defeat of Liverpool http://bit.ly/2TkkC8Z |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
03/03/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, March 3

Coronavirus plan: NHS to appeal for public assistance http://bit.ly/2IbUSoT | 'Contain and mitigate': Paul Nuki on the government’s strategy http://bit.ly/2vyCJ22 | The symptoms: How quickly they show - and what to look for http://bit.ly/32KXp2R | Priti Patel ‘bullying': Civil servant 'tried to kill herself’ http://bit.ly/2TsJj20 | Ascot dress code: Navy gets the nod of approval http://bit.ly/39jrjxF | Portsmouth 0 Arsenal 2: Read Jason Burt's match report http://bit.ly/39hazHm | Frosty relations: Why skiing is putting marriages on skids http://bit.ly/2Tz9l3v | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
03/03/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Monday March 2

Coronavirus latest: Questions over shaking hands and 'Wuhan shake' video http://bit.ly/38dOAQs |Priti Patel row: Cabinet Office to launch probe as PM asks officials to 'establish the facts' http://bit.ly/2IbG4Xp |Anti-bird netting: Cambridge takes down nets from trees after Chris Packham tweet http://bit.ly/3copwJM |Norman Tebbit: Tories making wrong calls on all their big decisions http://bit.ly/2PFBV2d |The war of the poses: How the Sussexes beat the Cambridges at the Insta-game http://bit.ly/2IbH1yX |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
02/03/201m 51s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, March 2

Battle plan: PM sets out measures for worst-case coronavirus scenario http://bit.ly/2IdgEca | Liveblog: Follow latest updates as global death toll passes 3,000 http://bit.ly/3cntkLq | The symptoms: How to protect yourself from coronavirus http://bit.ly/38khezv | War on terror spreads: UK troops back on front line http://bit.ly/3ahA4se | Rugby shake-up: Six Nations could be lost to free-to-air TV http://bit.ly/2TcEivC | Sleep-wake cycles: How to fix your sleep problems for good http://bit.ly/2Ib6Dfs | Aston Villa 1 Man City 2: Jason Burt's match report from Wembley http://bit.ly/2Ib6Dfs | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
02/03/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Friday February 28

Coronavirus live updates | British passenger on Diamond Princess cruise ship dies http://bit.ly/3aeLblA |Markets' downward spiral | FTSE 100 suffers biggest one-week drop since financial crisis http://bit.ly/2I5y1ve |London Marathon | Organisers 'closely monitoring' risk of coronavirus http://bit.ly/2uDsAR8 |Brexit trade deal | France warns EU will not accept 'cherry picking' from Boris Johnson http://bit.ly/3abk8Ys |Abbey Road Studios | Prince Harry joins Jon Bon Jovi to record new charity song http://bit.ly/397Xi3L |Austin Healey | France will fear coronavirus hitting Grand Slam bid http://bit.ly/397XpfH |How did weight get 'woke'? | When did dieting become such a dirty word? http://bit.ly/2I6vKjC |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
28/02/202m 2s

The Morning Briefing: Friday February 28

Coronavirus outbreak: Concerts and sports events could be cancelled and schools closed for two months http://bit.ly/2I5qInr |Markets in freefall: Indexes plunge as soon as trading opens across Europe http://bit.ly/2wfWWd6 |Tenerife hotel: Hunt for British holidaymakers who stayed at locked-down site http://bit.ly/2PxwcLG |Coronavirus symptoms: Signs to look out for http://bit.ly/2Tn1FRZ |UK weather: Storm Jorge to hit within hours bringing wind and rain http://bit.ly/2PxKKuL |Shrink the size of wine glasses: Health officials' plans to prevent binge drinking http://bit.ly/2wNkMgi |Fraser Nelson: Uncompetitive Heathrow wrong option for global UK http://bit.ly/3adXdfe |Only cook one course: What I learned from a year of hosting Friday night dinner parties http://bit.ly/2wWopkj |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
28/02/202m 29s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday February 27

UK tells EU: Agree trade terms by June or risk no-deal http://bit.ly/3ab6btu |Red lines revealed: What the UK wants from a Brexit trade deal http://bit.ly/2I2VHR6 |Heathrow airport: Third runway plans blocked by Court of Appeal http://bit.ly/396bsm8 |Runway reaction: Response to Government defeat over Heathrow expansion - liveblog http://bit.ly/2we7rNH |Coronavirus updates: First UK case linked to Tenerife outbreak http://bit.ly/2Vw6B9N |Self-isolation: The dos and don'ts of coronavirus quarantine at home http://bit.ly/2T4toIb |Quack squad: 'Duck army' measuring 100,000 to fight locust plague http://bit.ly/383ronN |David Beckham: His romantic trinket from when he met Victoria http://bit.ly/2wfKv0z |Noreen Wainwright | Farmers victim to ideological war against meat http://bit.ly/32xHvc5 |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
27/02/202m 27s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday February 27

Coronavirus plea: Keep offices and schools open, ministers urge http://bit.ly/2HX3VKoTenerife lockdown: Criticism as hotel allows guests to break quarantine http://bit.ly/382bjyS |Coronavirus tracker | Map of reported cases and deaths around the world http://bit.ly/2T4VQcM |EU trade talks: Boris Johnson to tear up Brexit deal ground rules http://bit.ly/3cbOtYB |Terrible play: Why actors practiced awful football for new Julian Fellowes drama http://bit.ly/3c9AYIZ |Paul Hayward: Manchester City's historic night in Madrid blows away the shame for a day http://bit.ly/394ixUh |Perils of Brexit-voting professionals: I'm tired of my friends bullying me for being Right-wing http://bit.ly/395YGUB |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
27/02/202m 16s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday February 26

Coronavirus latest: Disease now spreading fastest outside China - liveblog http://bit.ly/2viztHW |Six Nations match postponed: Ireland's clash with Italy put back due to coronavirus http://bit.ly/2T0ysgy |Travel chaos: How coronavirus affects your plans - and your rights http://bit.ly/2TdRWNM |Resignation speech: Sajid Javid fires parting shot at Dominic Cummings http://bit.ly/2Tj8qnH |'Call me Harry': Duke of Sussex tells public to drop 'Prince' title http://bit.ly/37Y0IoB |Flood evacuations: Video shows Severn's barriers breached - latest news http://bit.ly/38XYMxw |Manchester City's double denim: The style editor's verdict on players' matching outfits http://bit.ly/3c4YQh3 |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
26/02/202m 26s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, February 26

Coronavirus latest: Plan to close schools and restrict UK travel http://bit.ly/3c8Db7B | Live updates: Rolling coverage as world crisis unfolds http://bit.ly/2PqXQtK | 21st century battles: Defence spending in line to rise http://bit.ly/32pU09I | Military Wives review: All-out assault on the tear ducts http://bit.ly/2TjXPZV | Weather forecast: Heavy rain to bring more UK flooding http://bit.ly/32rPiYZ | Chelsea 0 Bayern 3: Sam Wallace's Stamford Bridge report http://bit.ly/2Pmym0E | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
26/02/202m 18s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday February 25

Hotel lockdown: 1,000 guests stuck in rooms after Italian tests positive for coronavirus http://bit.ly/3a5vmhb |Coronavirus liveblog: Disease spreads across Europe into Switzerland, Croatia and Austria http://bit.ly/2HYwmHG |'Three months to save Tokyo Olympics': IOC member's warning amid coronavirus outbreak http://bit.ly/2VlqHDC |Child sexual abuse inquiry: Lord Steel quits Lib Dems after report criticised him http://bit.ly/3c7ru0O |Plácido Domingo: Spanish opera star apologises to women after harassment claims http://bit.ly/38UnKhj |Hosni Mubarak dies: President of Egypt ousted in the wake of the Arab Spring – obituary http://bit.ly/391EByL |Paul Hayward: Why Wilder's trainer deserves a bonus, not the sack http://bit.ly/38YxlDX |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
25/02/202m 21s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, February 25

Inside story: Hollywood titan felled in an era-defining trial http://bit.ly/2PnjxLv | Celia Walden: This is a victory for the MeToo movement http://bit.ly/2VkjhAE | Coronavirus: UK tourists returning from Italy face quarantine http://bit.ly/2wIy2mp | Simple guide: All you need to know - including symptoms http://bit.ly/32kzs2g | Royal split: 'Megxit' fallout pulling royal cousins apart http://bit.ly/37WgO1N | Average salaries: Search by profession - how do you compare? http://bit.ly/2Thz54i | Shrove Tuesday: Only pancake recipe you will ever need http://bit.ly/32pcB5z | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
25/02/202m 15s

The Evening Briefing: Monday February 24

Harvey Weinstein trial: Jury finds Hollywood producer guilty of rape http://bit.ly/2Vmajmj |Is it safe to travel?: Latest advice following coronavirus outbreak in Italy http://bit.ly/3bX7nCu |They're listening: Smart speakers ‘accidentally’ record you up to 19 times per day http://bit.ly/2PixOZS |Exclusive video: Inside the dressing room with Tyson Fury on historic night http://bit.ly/2w2LeSI |Dry fasting: The wellness influencers who are giving up water http://bit.ly/2vc6Ufg |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
24/02/202m 8s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, February 24

Coronavirus latest: The hunt for so-called 'patient zero' http://bit.ly/2vawOQw | Pandemic fears: What one is - and what if one's declared http://bit.ly/2PgzeDR | The symptoms: Your quick guide to the outbreak http://bit.ly/32kzs2g | Whitehall row: MI5 bosses deny Priti Patel trust claims http://bit.ly/37TgAbR | Six Nations: How Eddie Jones proved doubters wrong http://bit.ly/39USwXi | Hilary Mantel: Allison Pearson on her new book launch http://bit.ly/3a0CcEI | Vegan diets: Are they really as healthy as we think? http://bit.ly/3a3qitt | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
24/02/202m 5s

The Evening Briefing: Friday February 21

Danny Cipriani: England rugby star tried to buy gun to kill himself http://bit.ly/2HW42pL |'I've had suicidal thoughts': Why Caroline Flack's death is especially hard http://bit.ly/37KINBG |St Paul's bomb plot: Female Muslim convert planned to blow up cathedral http://bit.ly/37LTJ1Y |Dot Cotton: Actress June Brown says she has left EastEnders after 35 years http://bit.ly/2VcQwpw |Michael Hogan: June Brown’s 'wet fart' EastEnders exit is a sad, insulting end for one of TV’s finest actors http://bit.ly/2wC2oai |'I just want to die': Celebrities rally round suicidal 9-year-old bullying victim http://bit.ly/2SNLwWx |Jamie Carragher: Man Utd were right not to sign Erling Haaland http://bit.ly/3bTTGnP |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
21/02/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, February 21

Household fires: Q&A - What you won't be able to burn (and when) http://bit.ly/38KvLW8 | Forever 'haunted': Grace Millane's mother confronts killer in court http://bit.ly/2Vgnw09 | Halfway heir...: Prince Harry to join Bon Jovi for recording http://bit.ly/37KpSH1 | Workplace 'spying': What your boss really knows about you http://bit.ly/37Q0zDj | Friday night dinner: Eleanor Steafel's suggestion for what to cook http://bit.ly/32dsNXD | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
21/02/202m 2s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday February 20

Mosque stabbing: Man in his 70s attacked during prayers http://bit.ly/39TMUgi |Germany shooting: Gunman who killed 10 left 24-page racist manifesto http://bit.ly/39M4F0E |Dame Julie Walters: Actress reveals shock bowel cancer diagnosis http://bit.ly/2HMdCLr |Football's LGBTQ power couple: How they persuaded Vogue to feature their gay wedding http://bit.ly/2PbMNV9 |Tom Harris: Why is the author of Labour's calamity coming back? http://bit.ly/32aS6cZ |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
20/02/202m 3s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, February 20

Germany attacks: Latest updates, pictures and video - liveblog http://bit.ly/38Lbake | Ofsted fears: Chief inspector's comments mistakenly published http://bit.ly/2SHPrnJ | Royal split: Queen leaves military door ajar for Prince Harry http://bit.ly/2V5XgW1 | The real Rich List: Are you above or below the ‘wealth line’? http://bit.ly/2HGP0nC | New £20: Simple trick reveals hidden tributes on bank notes http://bit.ly/39O9x5v | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
20/02/202m 24s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday February 19

'Not the end of the Polish builder': Priti Patel defends new immigration points system http://bit.ly/32fsStR |New immigration rules: Industries will face "critical" worker shortages, warn bosses http://bit.ly/2HPHTtb |Caroline Flack inquest: Love Island presenter hanged herself at home, coroner says http://bit.ly/32968M0 |Flack's unpublished Instagram post | 'Within 24 hours my whole world and future was swept from under my feet' http://bit.ly/2HFmNxf |The Queen: Monarch tells children she had braces 'a very long time ago' too http://bit.ly/2SRefZi |Duke of York: Royal Family marks Prince Andrew's 60th birthday with low-key tweet http://bit.ly/2SJoKiO |Asa Bennett: EU has admitted how much it needs a UK trade deal http://bit.ly/37CsJBH |Gareth Rubin: Meat-eaters don't need a morality check - vegans do http://bit.ly/2uNvIdr |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
19/02/202m 27s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, February 19

Migration overhaul: Points-based system to end era of cheap labour http://bit.ly/2uWTbsB | Chart tracker: How migration has changed over the past decade http://bit.ly/39NgaFo | Lord Steel: Lib Dems to throw out peer over Cyril Smith sex abuse http://bit.ly/325TehK | Harry and Meghan: Queen 'to ban Sussexes from royal branding' http://bit.ly/39N2uKi | National Theatre: What is Meghan's future as patron? http://bit.ly/2HAZ9lx | Atletico Madrid 1 Liverpool 0: Sam Wallace's match report http://bit.ly/2SVgcUN | Neil McCormick: Review of last night's Brit Awards http://bit.ly/2V6dJtk | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
19/02/202m 15s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday February 18

Drug shortages: Coronavirus outbreak may limit stock of common medicines http://bit.ly/39OJw5Z |British couple diagnosed: Pair sending videos from cruise ship have coronavirus http://bit.ly/38CDi9e |Flood warnings: 'We are in uncharted territory', says Environment Agency - live updates http://bit.ly/2SDheWB |Storm Dennis: Aerials show extent of floods around River Wye http://bit.ly/2u9cKgS |Love Island review: The Caroline Flack tribute was heartfelt but not enough http://bit.ly/2HCdpuh |When Caroline Flack shone brightest: The touching inside story behind her Strictly triumph http://bit.ly/2STo8pr |Half term: 20 inspiring ideas to turn the school holidays into an adventure http://bit.ly/2P3yJx6 |Brit Awards: Where are all the women in tonight's nominations? http://bit.ly/323qOFk |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
18/02/202m 4s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, February 18

Trade talks: UK negotiator talks up gains of 'economic competition' http://bit.ly/2vEqWiu | Simple guide: What the PM wants - compared to what he is likely to get http://bit.ly/38BBehH | Severe weather: Don’t expect protection from flooding, agency warns http://bit.ly/37C94Cb | Another royal split: Now the Queen's nephew announces his divorce http://bit.ly/39MahZ8 | HSBC job cuts: 35,000 roles to be slashed as profits fall by third http://bit.ly/2SzLUIi | Chelsea 0 Manchester United 2: Jason Burt's match report http://bit.ly/2P2ODrj | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
18/02/202m 15s

The Evening Briefing: Monday February 17

Storm Dennis: River levels reach record high as death toll rises - live updates http://bit.ly/3bMB3Co |In pictures: Storm Dennis causes damage across the UK http://bit.ly/322pOkE |Caroline Flack: Tribute to star to air on Love Island tonight http://bit.ly/2u2jehs |Rebecca Reid: I called out Caroline Flack – her response shocked me http://bit.ly/2SB4fET |Telegraph obituary: Caroline Flack's warmth and sense of mischief hid her private insecurities http://bit.ly/2Phh8Sz |John Pienaar: Journalist quits BBC after almost 30 years to join Times Radio http://bit.ly/2u64v5b |Norman Tebbit: Reign of Cummings is anathema to Thatcher years http://bit.ly/2OZCeEC |Half-term ideas: The delightful English town with a very horrible history http://bit.ly/2P2mzED |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
17/02/202m 9s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, February 17

Storm Dennis: Follow live travel updates and latest forecast http://bit.ly/37ARUEG | New supercomputer: The world's most advanced of its kind http://bit.ly/3bT8fIu | Investigation: Dementia patients dumped in hospitals http://bit.ly/2UX2t2n | Caroline Flack: CPS prosecution of star was 'despicable' http://bit.ly/2Sw2p85 | Louise Gannon: 'Flack always worried she wasn't worthy' http://bit.ly/2HsNxRt | Nick Timothy: We cannot be complacent about China http://bit.ly/2HuheBJ | Princess pushy: Truth about giving birth like the royals http://bit.ly/2SRspcV | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
17/02/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Friday February 14

Heathrow scare: Passenger falls ill on flight from San Francisco - live updates http://bit.ly/2u24jUG |Two MPs self-isolate: Pair cancel public engagements after attending conference with virus sufferer http://bit.ly/2Sps6al |Cruise ship joy: Jubilant passengers finally depart after two weeks stuck at sea http://bit.ly/2vxR4eG |'Transphobic' tweets: Judge rules police interfered with ex-officer's freedom of speech http://bit.ly/3bIKS4n |Solskjaer under fire: Manager 'not fit to lead' Man Utd, says woman at centre of Norway rape case involving ex-player http://bit.ly/2Hovegr |Rape case: Questions we put to Man Utd that they did not answer http://bit.ly/2OUcfyt |Storm Dennis: Hundreds of homes at risk as flooding to hit Britain http://bit.ly/2uCCkLH |Prince Andrew at 60: How did Queen's 'favourite' son fall so spectacularly from grace? http://bit.ly/2UTHfTc |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
14/02/202m 17s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, February 14

Politics liveblog: Rolling coverage of new-look Cabinet http://bit.ly/39EFkGd | Camilla Tominey reshuffle: How Javid lost the battle http://bit.ly/2UPnFr5 | Coronavirus outbreak: Victim attended London conference http://bit.ly/2vt7sgH | Your guide: Reducing risk of infection on public transport http://bit.ly/2SrpIA7 | Royal split: Sussexes sack all of their Palace staff http://bit.ly/2Su9eat | Emma: Story behind the sumptuous costumes in new film http://bit.ly/38xFSxu | Valentine's Day: Three easy menus to cook tonight http://bit.ly/3bDQLzu | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
14/02/202m 22s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday February 13

Chancellor quits: Sajid Javid resigns over PM's demands for him to sack aides http://bit.ly/3bCbKTx |Rishi Sunak: The ex-banker and Brexiteer who is now Chancellor of the Exchequer http://bit.ly/2OR2j8S |Cabinet reshuffle: Who's in and who's out? http://bit.ly/38AILO5 |Coronavirus latest: First London victim took Uber to hospital http://bit.ly/31OxTcK |Storm Dennis: Half term travel plans to be plunged into chaos http://bit.ly/39BcPsD |Crossfire podcast: Untold story of UK's role in Trump-Russia scandal http://bit.ly/31VzAVU |Beauty secrets: How Jennifer Aniston looks so good at 51 http://bit.ly/2u0h8yQ |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
13/02/202m 4s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, February 13

Reshuffle liveblog: Follow all developments as they happen http://bit.ly/37tudhS | What we know: Who is in line for the door - and promotion http://bit.ly/2SqKakB | Crossfire: Subscribe to our brilliant Trump-Russia podcast http://bit.ly/2UJhLI1 | Crossing the boundary: How a fake pass ended up on eBay http://bit.ly/2SmFgov | Stoppard's last play?: Read Dominic Cavendish's verdict http://bit.ly/2vpfw1P | Should we wear masks?: How to keep your family safe http://bit.ly/39zgMOP | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
13/02/202m 19s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday February 12

'Don't hug or kiss': Leading virologist's warning on coronavirus http://bit.ly/31LkuCe |Coronavirus latest news: 'Super-spreader' leaves hospital http://bit.ly/2vol7pg |Harry Dunn case: PM hints at potential review of 'imbalanced' extradition treaty with US http://bit.ly/2OO6yBU |Piano smashed: £150,000 unique grand piano damaged beyond repair by movers http://bit.ly/2OPbCWM |Anna Hart: Ditch the cocktails – holidays are better without alcohol http://bit.ly/31SASRh |Can you find them?: The 14 'Easter eggs' hidden in the new £20 note http://bit.ly/2Smwwir |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
12/02/202m 11s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, February 12

Licence fee: BBC could become pay-per-view, warns chairman http://bit.ly/2UMC479 |Tim Stanley: British TV just isn't as good as it used to be http://bit.ly/31NEVhZ |Coronavirus latest: Hospital medic confirmed as UK case http://bit.ly/2UJmTvz |The symptoms: What to look for and who to contact http://bit.ly/2wcub0P |Royal split: Couple aim to remain neighbours after divorce http://bit.ly/2SBCTND |Our verdict: How new Samsungs compare to the iPhone http://bit.ly/37k1CeH |Man-scara tested: Why make-up for men is going mainstream http://bit.ly/2SkWId4 |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
12/02/202m 6s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday February 11

HS2 gets 'green signal': PM rules £88bn rail project's costs outweighed by benefits http://bit.ly/38iDXg7 |Cabinet reshuffle: Who will be in and who will be out? - free to read http://bit.ly/2SgETvO |Coronavirus latest news: UK 'super-spreader' named as a 53-year-old Scout leader - free to read http://bit.ly/2w1Nl9o |Royal visit: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expected to visit bushfire-hit regions of Australia - free to read http://bit.ly/31KaFV3 |Naomi Southwell: Private school Oxbridge places are being stolen http://bit.ly/38jmGmV |Escape everyone: The French region with mountains and villages – but hardly any tourists http://bit.ly/31J36hk |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
11/02/202m 11s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, February 11

Panic sets in: Brighton at centre of coronavirus scare http://bit.ly/37fvHvX | The symptoms: All you need to know about outbreak http://bit.ly/37cWn0p | Rolling updates: Death toll passes 1,000 - follow live http://bit.ly/2vodajA | All aboard: PM pledges £5bn for better bus services http://bit.ly/37iuxQh | Royal news: Queen's grandson and wife split after 12 years http://bit.ly/38iXvke | 'Mansion tax': Putting Bank of Mum and Dad out of business http://bit.ly/2UHSHRK | Lee Alexander McQueen: Remembering him 10 years on http://bit.ly/3bsYL6A | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
11/02/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Monday February 10

Coronavirus liveblog: Cases in UK double as GPs surgery closes - free to read http://bit.ly/2Hc2Wpf |Quarantined cruise ship: Cases on stricken vessel almost double overnight to 130 http://bit.ly/37aDMBT |Quick guide: Get up to speed with the outbreak sweeping the world - free to read http://bit.ly/2w6bJa4 |Storm Ciara liveblog: Britain braced for further weather chaos - free to read http://bit.ly/2w74Sx5 |'Boris bridge': Scoping work underway for crossing between Scotland and Northern Ireland http://bit.ly/2vY3blp |Awards analysis: Parasite shows Hollywood 'white male rage' is no longer a golden ticket http://bit.ly/31S2NRD |Art destroyed: Critic accidentally ruins $20,000 installation - free to read http://bit.ly/2OGc2i4 |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
10/02/202m 6s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, February 10

Live updates: Latest travel news and weather forecast http://bit.ly/31EqH2G | 'Super spreader': Pressure on health chiefs over virus http://bit.ly/2UBeHO1 | Q&A: Everything you need to know about coronavirus http://bit.ly/2tJcipo | Oscars - full winners list: Parasite makes film history http://bit.ly/37dyx4z | Recap: Everything you might have missed from ceremony http://bit.ly/2SembFa | Jenni Falconer: 'I lost two dress sizes after turning 40' http://bit.ly/39xYzRN | Eddie Jones: Speculation of move to appoint Erasmus http://bit.ly/2vfzGv7 | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
10/02/202m 4s

The Evening Briefing: Friday February 7

Coronavirus victim: British man diagnosed on quarantined cruise ship - *free to read* http://bit.ly/31B9sPQ |Coronavirus liveblog: Outpouring of grief in China as doctor who tried to warn about the virus dies - *free to read* http://bit.ly/2H9NsC1 |Macron makes move: France demands UK aligns with EU rules forever in return for Brexit trade deal http://bit.ly/31EhKGO |Phillip Schofield: TV presenter reveals he is gay http://bit.ly/37bS98Z |Oasis v Beatles: Allegations relatives of Liam and Ringo involved in 'fight in Tesco' - *free to read* http://bit.ly/2OyL7Fa |Laura Bates: Natalie Wood rumours won't die with Kirk Douglas http://bit.ly/39aQkL0 |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
07/02/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Friday, February 7

Police report: 'Failure to investigate crimes has eroded trust' http://bit.ly/2UsuwXg | John Bercow: Ex-Speaker's peerage 'scuppered' by fresh claims http://bit.ly/31CKHCL | 'Ladies' fillet': Steaks are raised in battle of the 'sexist' dish http://bit.ly/2tC8UN7 | Barrymore: the Body in the Pool: Review of last night's documentary http://bit.ly/2SoDF0q | Winning at work: 10 rules to succeeding in a new job http://bit.ly/384SVGc | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
07/02/202m 12s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday February 6

SNP in crisis: Minister resigns after 'grooming' boy http://bit.ly/3bj6FiM |Clarke and Hammond: Boris Johnson accused of 'cronyism' over peerages for ex-Remainers http://bit.ly/2v817a8 |John Bercow: Ex-Speaker rebuked by House of Commons over autobiography http://bit.ly/2OzW0Gu |Coronavirus outbreak: Third case in UK confirmed - *free to read* http://bit.ly/39hsPQH |Trump hits back: President waves 'Acquitted!' newspapers following trial http://bit.ly/2GZ0na1 |Child anxiety: The disturbing truth about being a 'snowplough' parent http://bit.ly/385amXj |Sam Wallace: Messi holds power at Barça, not the club's board http://bit.ly/2S6nSEt |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
06/02/202m 19s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, February 6

Bouncing back: Trump’s acquittal frees him for election http://bit.ly/3bckUFY | US 2020: Sign up to our brilliant new newsletter today http://bit.ly/31tls5Q | Race against time: Latest extremist set for release in weeks http://bit.ly/378IwIw | Kirk Douglas: Hollywood ‘Golden Age’ star dies at 103 http://bit.ly/2uemSFm | Towering figure: Telegraph obituary of a post-war legend http://bit.ly/399KkCj | Life as a bodyguard: What you really have to put up with http://bit.ly/3bpBthU | Booking a holiday?: Cheaper alternative to Tuscany http://bit.ly/2S0uW5w | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
06/02/202m 8s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday February 5

Coronavirus cruise ship: British couple reveal drama of being placed in quarantine on ship in Japan http://bit.ly/2S1LcDg |Second cruise ship: Another vessel placed under quarantine in Hong Kong over coronavirus fears http://bit.ly/2UrpNFh |'Significant breakthrough': UK scientists speed up development in race for vaccine http://bit.ly/2GZI4BI |Diane Abbott: Labour frontbencher under fire for Bercow bullying comments http://bit.ly/2SoXpkB |Storm Ciara: Britain to be battered with 80mph winds at weekend http://bit.ly/31xQl9d |'Nobody harmed': Plane with 177 passengers on board splits in half on Turkish runway after botched landing http://bit.ly/2S3BNv8 |Trump impeachment: US politics left polarised as acquittal looms http://bit.ly/3beW9ZO |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI. 
05/02/202m 16s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, February 5

Watch: The moment Pelosi rips up copy of Trump's speech http://bit.ly/2tvAtaR | Highlights: Five things we took from State of the Union address http://bit.ly/3931L7s | High drama: Cameron's bodyguard leaves gun in plane toilet http://bit.ly/39dmgyf | Military row: Cambridge students 'triggered' by Army weapons http://bit.ly/2SofJKm | Allison Pearson: Liberal idealism set jihadists free to kill http://bit.ly/2S092PHv | Working from home: Has the flexible trend gone too far? http://bit.ly/2ubNzKR | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
05/02/202m 19s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday February 4

End of the road: Car industry fury at plan to bring forward ban on polluting vehicles http://bit.ly/2OsFTKR |Climate conference: PM says Britain has 'responsibility' to lead on climate change - politics liveblog http://bit.ly/2RW8kD2 |Brexit trade deal: Brussels tells UK to report on climate change in return for a free trade agreement http://bit.ly/2ShEp7n |Streatham terror attack: Victim was teacher who had just left 12-year-old daughter with friends http://bit.ly/2RZEq0R |Manchester bomber's brother: Hashem Abedi 'just as guilty' over murder of 22 people, court told http://bit.ly/3984Zql |School reunion: Duchess of Cambridge surprised by her former teachers http://bit.ly/2RWzCZX |US politics live: Iowa caucus Democrats try again after last night's fiasco http://bit.ly/2Sd1qIE |Tally no!: Why are young toffs today so afraid of being seen as posh? http://bit.ly/2RX5spt |Read all these articles with a Telegraph digital subscription. Save 50pc in our Brexit sale and your first six months are just £25. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
04/02/202m 30s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, February 4

Named and pictured: Terrorists who will soon be freed from jail http://bit.ly/2uYs3t0 | Sudesh Amman: What the highest level of monitoring involves http://bit.ly/36Z8hL4 | Electric dream?: New hybrid cars will be banned from sale http://bit.ly/31pDUML | Top 10: Experts' guide to the best electric cars on the market http://bit.ly/393fsmX | Listen up: How Alexa killed the radio star (for children at least) http://bit.ly/2tnJYIW | Iowa fiasco: Voting farce means no candidate declared winner http://bit.ly/2Uu0baV | England v South Africa:| What to expect from one-day international http://bit.ly/2v5vRbC | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
04/02/202m 24s

The Evening Briefing: Monday, February 3

Terrorist's mother: 'My son was normal 72 hours before Streatham attack' http://bit.ly/2toycOv | Prison crackdown: PM signals end to early release for terrorist prisoners http://bit.ly/36UnI76 | Trading up?: PM says UK will become free trade champions http://bit.ly/37UVEC9 | 'Smart wallpaper': Invention that can dramatically boost Wi-Fi signals http://bit.ly/37UVFpH | Six Nations: Five areas where England went wrong against France http://bit.ly/2vHdxWF | Inheritance tax: Readers' ultimate (and legal) loopholes explained http://bit.ly/31jAo6D | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
03/02/202m 23s

The Morning Briefing: Monday, February 3

You only have a few hours left of our Brexit sale. Take out a Telegraph digital subscription before midday and you'll save 50 per cent - your first six months are just £25. Here's how to take advantage of the deal: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.High street horror: Full story: Moment terrorist shot dead http://bit.ly/2GQCcKK | Sudesh Amman: Islamist attacker released early from jail http://bit.ly/2SbKvWW | Brexit speech: UK 'won't accept EU rules as price of trade deal' http://bit.ly/2Uo4kgj | Baftas: Duke of Cambridge in swipe at awards diversity http://bit.ly/390klgy | Six Nations: Gavin Mairs' verdict after England lose to France http://bit.ly/31l2WfT | Nick Ferrari: We have had enough of XR's anarchist tactics http://bit.ly/36OS0bv |
03/02/202m 27s

The Evening Briefing: Friday January 31

Brexit Day: The inside story of _The Telegraph_ and Brexit http://bit.ly/31kwnyQ |PM to address nation: UK prepares to finally leave the EU at 11pm tonight - live http://bit.ly/3aU9Jlf |What next?: As EU struggles, what should Britain's future strategy be? http://bit.ly/2GDGRQa |Brexit coin: Commemorative 50p sells out within hours http://bit.ly/2UfeIqO |Coronavirus in the UK: Two cases confirmed in England http://bit.ly/38VQZjh |Transfer Deadline Day: Live updates as football's January window closes http://bit.ly/3aT1vts |Read all these articles with a Telegraph digital subscription. Save 50pc in our Brexit sale and your first six months are just £25. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.  
31/01/202m 29s

The Morning Briefing: Friday January 31

Boris Johnson: 'This is not an end, but a beginning', PM tells nation http://bit.ly/2UdmscS | How Brexit will affect you: All you need to know about UK departure http://bit.ly/2Uetr58 | Peter Foster: Three years of bust-ups, backstabbing and bedlam http://bit.ly/37VgK32 | Matt: Our brilliant cartoonist's favourite Brexit jokes http://bit.ly/2RIX2C8 | Fleeing coronavirus: Britons flown home from virus-hit city http://bit.ly/2UfV6mf | Gwyneth Paltrow: NHS chief attacks star over health products http://bit.ly/3aZSYVC | Read all these articles with a Telegraph digital subscription. Save 50pc in our Brexit sale and your first six months are just £25. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
31/01/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday January 30

Passengers stranded: 7,000 trapped on cruise ship over virus outbreak fears http://bit.ly/3aX29X5 |Rescue from China: Planned flight to evacuate Britons from coronavirus-hit Wuhan cleared for takeoff after delay http://bit.ly/2tV5DJ0 |Conspiracy theories: Coronavirus rumours flooding Facebook and Twitter, despite promises of a crackdown http://bit.ly/37H7r70 |HS2 revolt: Boris Johnson faces backbench uprising as he meets ministers to discuss future of rail project - live http://bit.ly/2tS02mJ |Today editor quits: Radio 4's Sarah Sands resigns amid BBC cuts http://bit.ly/2RE1DWg |Charlotte Runcie: Why Sarah Sands had to leave Today http://bit.ly/38ODq5l |Sun's surface: Video shows unprecedented detail http://bit.ly/2U9TF8N |Tim Wallace: The impact of Carney's chaotic last interest rate call http://bit.ly/36HhkjN |Read all these articles with a Telegraph digital subscription. Save 50pc in our Brexit sale and your first six months are just £25. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI.
30/01/202m 27s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday January 30

HS2: Will £106bn rail project ever leave the station? http://bit.ly/2U7hs9r | Brexit Eve: Number 10 in stand-off with broadcasters http://bit.ly/37G9mbI | Analysis: Peter Foster on the five 'known unknowns' http://bit.ly/37rJGiB | Race row: Stewart quits ITN over 'misjudged' tweet http://bit.ly/2RDbs6C | Last 'ace': Battle of Britain hero dies aged 101 http://bit.ly/38RKxKk | Gyles Brandreth: Why comedians are often overlooked http://bit.ly/36FBbzQ | Benefits of tea: Three cups a day cut Alzheimer's threat http://bit.ly/2Uas5bt | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
30/01/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday January 29

Two-week quarantine: Britons brought back from Wuhan face time in military base http://bit.ly/314E4c2 |Families 'split up': Anger as coronavirus evacuation only due to take British nationals http://bit.ly/37CGqRT |Brexit confirmed: Farage speech cut short as European Parliament approves Withdrawal Agreement http://bit.ly/2GuYlOL |Brexit day phone-in: Speak to Telegraph journalists about what's next http://bit.ly/2tdqabm |Duchess of Cambridge: Kate pictured at school as she reveals 100,000 people already completed childhood survey http://bit.ly/2u06EiQ |Alastair Stewart: ITV News anchor stepping down following 'errors of judgment' on social media http://bit.ly/313Zeap |Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: It's horrible, but leaving is only the way http://bit.ly/2RSP08s |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI    
29/01/202m 17s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday January 29

Coronavirus outbreak: British Airways suspends all flights to China http://bit.ly/2RyKpJU | Your questions answered: Everything from symptoms to travel advice http://bit.ly/37D5ecv | 5G US rift: Boris Johnson promises to end reliance on Huawei http://bit.ly/37Eahd0 | Nicholas Parsons: Radio 4 stars hesitate over a future without him http://bit.ly/37Bepdr | Barry Cryer: My friend of 50 years who always knew the score http://bit.ly/2RXFNMb | Mob attack: Man Utd fans throw flares at Woodward home - video http://bit.ly/2RykaTR | Aston Villa 2 Leicester City 1: Sam Wallace's match report http://bit.ly/3aRkAw7 | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
29/01/202m 23s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday January 28

Huawei go-ahead: Chinese company will be allowed to build parts of Britain’s 5G network http://bit.ly/312RCF9 |MPs' backlash: IDS says decision 'beggars belief' as Raab admits risk in telecoms cannot be eliminated http://bit.ly/2Ryv8IT |Prince Andrew: Duke of York 'could be subpoenaed' if he enters US http://bit.ly/2tXxSXo |Nicholas Parsons: BBC Radio 4 host dies, aged 96 http://bit.ly/3aSxmuf |Just a Minute: How Nicholas Parsons turned a parlour game into perfect radio http://bit.ly/36CtaLU |Telegraph obituary: Nicholas Parsons, broadcaster best known for Sale of the Century and host of Just a Minute for more than 50 years http://bit.ly/2vwY3Vr |Britain's top 50 gastropubs: The very best eating and drinking establishments in the UK http://bit.ly/2RXrhEo |Paul Hayward: How big clubs' self-interest threatens English football http://bit.ly/2RzvgIc |Articles marked 🔸 are behind our paywall. Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
28/01/202m 15s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday January 28

Epstein inquiry: FBI claims Duke of York has failed to co-operate http://bit.ly/2GuuDti | The allegations: How Prince Andrew's version of events compare http://bit.ly/2TXFOCC | Smart motorways: Road chiefs face criminal claims over deaths http://bit.ly/2RW3PHC | New 50p: A very British stir over how to phrase a coin http://bit.ly/2TXFVy2 | Huawei announcement: PM set to allow firm into 5G network http://bit.ly/2RAjOMC | Coronavirus latest: Death toll passes 100 - all you need to know http://bit.ly/2t8TbF6 | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
28/01/202m 17s

The Evening Briefing: Monday January 27

With some BREAKING NEWS on the Duke of York and the coronavirus outbreak, here are your links |Prince Andrew: Duke of York 'did not respond' to FBI requests for interview about Epstein, reports claim http://bit.ly/2TZTrkL |Coronavirus latest: British nationals returning from Wuhan to be quarantined for two weeks http://bit.ly/2RtYS9Y |Coronavirus in pictures: Images as China races to build specialist hospitals http://bit.ly/2vslvmz |Bryant helicopter crash: Investigation into tragedy that killed basketball legend http://bit.ly/36zjPEC |Telegraph obituary: Kobe Bryant, giant of basketball who won five NBA titles http://bit.ly/2Rzpg2l |Remembering Auschwitz: Camilla Tominey reveals tears filled her eyes as she was shown where relative slept http://bit.ly/2U2YFMu |Personal story: 'My mother was the only member of her family to survive Auschwitz. The horrors have affected us all' http://bit.ly/37AuboY |England triumph: Wood and Broad wrap up victory in final Test http://bit.ly/2RR4nhX |Lauren Davidson: We must get to grips with financial ignorance http://bit.ly/3aOotlq |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
27/01/202m 26s

The Morning Briefing: Monday January 27

Kobe Bryant: US basketball ace one of nine killed in disaster http://bit.ly/30XeQMJ | Oliver Brown: 'A force of nature who transcended his sport' http://bit.ly/2TZmEfr | Coronavirus latest: British health chiefs accused of errors http://bit.ly/2RSWIQc | The symptoms: Everything you need to know about disease http://bit.ly/38GKW1Z | Oscars: Are Academy Award judges actually watching films? http://bit.ly/37zbsKA | Top Gear: Ed Power's review after show's return to BBC Two http://bit.ly/3aNIf0i | Work-life balance: Why we should all be working four days http://bit.ly/36tepeg | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
27/01/202m 10s

The Evening Briefing: Friday January 24

Coronavirus outbreak: Hunt for 2,000 travellers who flew from Wuhan to Britain in last fortnight http://bit.ly/2sTIyWq |Crisis meeting: Cobra committee convenes on coronavirus outbreak http://bit.ly/2ROEHlU |The truth about face masks: Do they really protect you against germs? http://bit.ly/37pMQUC |Politics liveblog: Crucial moment for Rebecca Long-Bailey in Labour leadership race http://bit.ly/30QalUh |Taylor Swift: Singer reveals past struggle with eating disorder http://bit.ly/2Rr6pGC |Spot the signs: How to approach someone who you think or know has an eating disorder http://bit.ly/2NXjeGq |Machete attack: Video shows horrifying moment police officer was slashed in the head http://bit.ly/38zEI3Z |Karl Pilkington: 'Uneducated voices like mine should not be on the BBC' http://bit.ly/2vm1UV9 |Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI    
24/01/202m 14s

The Morning Briefing: Friday January 24

Virus alert: University warning as 14 patients tested in Britain http://bit.ly/2GlssI8 | Dispatch from Wuhan: 'I got out of ground zero - just in time' http://bit.ly/2RnpMAo | Symptoms and treatment: All you need to know about virus http://bit.ly/2GikjEr | Does crime pay?: Police accused of giving up on thieves http://bit.ly/2TUtRxo | Finding his voice: Scientists help mummy talk like an Egyptian http://bit.ly/2uoGfuV | David Copperfield: Robbie Collin reviews a feel-good hit http://bit.ly/30O0SNj | Friday night dinner: Risotto with parmesan and breadcrumbs http://bit.ly/36nsKsK | Read all these articles with a digital Telegraph subscription - from £2 per week. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
24/01/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday January 23

Coronavirus fears: Four people in Scotland treated amid 'increased likelihood' of spread to Britain http://bit.ly/2O933WL |Spotting the signs: Everything you need to know about coronavirus http://bit.ly/2Rgm5MI |Auschwitz commemoration: Prince Charles warns Holocaust legacy remains 'searingly relevant' at 75th anniversary of liberation http://bit.ly/38Ai2Rb |Star Trek: Picard, review: Too cheesy to be prestige TV – but Patrick Stewart is sensational http://bit.ly/2NPI2Qw |Sir Iain Duncan Smith: US trade deal must be Britain's first priority http://bit.ly/37pN9yw |Is vegetarianism dead?: It seems you have to go full vegan to show you really care http://bit.ly/2tK8LHq |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
23/01/202m 19s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday January 23

Prince and the Amazon boss: Messages 'hinted about Bezos affair' http://bit.ly/37kMSNv | WhatsApp hack: Why prince thought he could get away with it http://bit.ly/2RI0iMT | Robin Pagnamenta: What does this say about Amazon's security? http://bit.ly/3aAzAyq | Deadly virus: Passengers 'not screened' at Heathrow http://bit.ly/2RJ3Tuc | Royal split: Sussexes could help pay for their security bill http://bit.ly/2Rm3f6R | Duchess of Cambridge: Kate felt 'isolated' as first-time mother http://bit.ly/2utGS6g | Allister Heath: Boris must take on the Blob or be suffocated by it http://bit.ly/2GeCLxL | On a high?: The salary sweet spot for a happy relationship http://bit.ly/3aDLNlK | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
23/01/202m 13s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday January 22

Coronavirus spreads: Borders too ‘porous’ to keep disease out of Britain, warn experts http://bit.ly/2RJAOyL |Mystery illness: Everything you need to know from symptoms to treatment http://bit.ly/2Rgm5MI |Terry Jones dies: Monty Python actor, writer, director and comedian – obituary http://bit.ly/2GgxXry |Duchess of Sussex: She releases images of animal shelter visit following paparazzi photo row http://bit.ly/2RfWPWW |Davos live: Prince Charles speaks on climate change after Trump rants in press conference http://bit.ly/2TKWGw6 |Forgotten England: 10 villages you'd never thought to visit http://bit.ly/30IFRUh |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
22/01/202m 7s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday January 22

Royal threat: Duke and Duchess of Sussex at war with paparazzi http://bit.ly/2RFCEk3 | Camilla Tominey analysis: North America is 'like the Wild West' http://bit.ly/2RFCEk3 | Kate's survey: Duchess of Cambridge study on early childhood http://bit.ly/30ImBpK | Duty of care: Tech giants to be bound by new code of conduct http://bit.ly/36gnC9N | Amazon hack: Saudi crown prince 'infected Jeff Bezos's phone' http://bit.ly/37gLXh9 | Chelsea 2 Arsenal 2: Read Sam Wallace's Stamford Bridge report http://bit.ly/2RzO2Os | Allison Pearson: Grooming gang cover-up is real racist scandal http://bit.ly/2sMc5kN | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. 
22/01/202m 20s

The Evening Briefing: Tuesday January 21

Davos latest: Trump hits out at 'prophets of doom' in climate row with Greta Thunberg http://bit.ly/2NMsvB3 |‘Tremendous’ trade deal: Trump opens door to UK amid warning over digital tax http://bit.ly/2uotK2h |Trump impeachment trial: US Senate set to hear opening arguments http://bit.ly/2RQ0c67 |Labour leadership race: Jess Phillips pulls out as she accepts she can't unite party http://bit.ly/30Jfxcl |Pants ruling: Italian court says getting dressed in the morning is part of day job http://bit.ly/2TKvU7l |The budget bucket list: 15 trips of a lifetime – from £250 http://bit.ly/2TMvQ6W |Battle of streaming services: Disney+ launch date in UK revealed http://bit.ly/2tHARDd |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
21/01/202m 14s

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday January 21

Harry in Canada: Pictures: Duke of Sussex arrives in Vancouver http://bit.ly/30DUUhK | New family life: Harry and Meghan's intended next steps http://bit.ly/37pVFgU | Camilla Tominey analysis: Harry and William back on speaking terms http://bit.ly/2sJt3QV | Sentencing crackdown: Terrorists to be denied early prison release http://bit.ly/3aoDR85 | Ocean secrets: Exclusive: Daring mission to rescue Titanic treasures http://bit.ly/2NKTQDH | Cancer breakthrough: Cell that kills cancer found by accident http://bit.ly/2RzTVv3 | Trump impeachment: What to expect from start of today's trial http://bit.ly/37eu7uX | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
21/01/202m 25s

The Evening Briefing: Monday January 20

Prince Harry and Boris Johnson: Duke and PM hold informal 20-minute 'catch-up' - after bizarre pictures http://bit.ly/3arNvqr |Private earnings analysis: Sussexes cannot cash in on royal name and 'uphold the values' of Queen http://bit.ly/2ugrOZN |Lord Hall steps down: Who could replace the BBC's director-general? http://bit.ly/2Rzayqz |Van Gogh painting: 'Sick' self-portrait verified as a crucial work  http://bit.ly/2TImM38 |Freak hailstorms: Thunderstorms and monster dust clouds sweep Australia http://bit.ly/3aoBZfD |England Six Nations squad: Eddie Jones rings the changes with eight uncapped players | http://bit.ly/3arOUNJ |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
20/01/202m 21s

The Morning Briefing: Monday January 20

Prince Harry on royal split: 'I had no choice but to leave' http://bit.ly/2RwR5XM | Vast chasm: What the Sussexes wanted - and what they got http://bit.ly/2tnA4at | Camilla Tominey: Analysis on 12 days of royal drama http://bit.ly/2G4mYRV | Speeding crackdown: Killer drivers to face life imprisonment http://bit.ly/2G4n5Nl | BBC pay row: Radio 4's Sarah Montague wins £400,000 http://bit.ly/3asu015 | Liverpool 2 Man Utd 0: Jason Burt's report from Anfield http://bit.ly/3akibtA | It's Blue Monday: Simple techniques to boost your mood http://bit.ly/2G75Lrc | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. 
20/01/202m 3s

The Evening Briefing: Friday January 17

'Brexit bongs': MPs' £500,000 bill to ring Big Ben 35 times more than chimes on New Year's Eve http://bit.ly/2TyQp6B |After Brexit: UK will rejoin the EU one day, says Guy Verhofstadt http://bit.ly/2NEw78e |Football for sale: Agents and manager sentenced over corruption scandal http://bit.ly/2u55JNL |Question Time row: Laurence Fox takes on audience member over 'racism' in Duchess of Sussex media coverage http://bit.ly/2tvBhMG |Derek Fowlds: Yes, Minister and Heartbeat actor dead – obituary http://bit.ly/38l7Qf1 |Jamie Carragher: How Klopp is following in Ferguson's footsteps http://bit.ly/2sz7W3z |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
17/01/202m 19s

The Morning Briefing: Friday January 17

Big Ben row: Sum raised by public 'can't be spent on Brexit bongs' http://bit.ly/374TxeG | Labour leadership bid: Rebecca Long-Bailey in abortion row http://bit.ly/2FZXG7u | Social media: Tech giants urged to hand over their data http://bit.ly/3abQQd0 | Cat-fight: Fight over pet’s care ends in £20k legal battle http://bit.ly/373CkSC | Dev Patel interview: David Copperfield star hasn't read the book http://bit.ly/35XTsYF | Friday night dinner: Brothy lentils with sausages and balsamic onions http://bit.ly/2syPSXt | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
17/01/202m 9s

The Evening Briefing: Thursday January 16

Back on duty: Prince Harry makes first public appearance since announcing split from Royal family http://bit.ly/370nlsN |Duke of York: Prince Andrew set to lose taxpayer-funded bodyguards http://bit.ly/2NzH36V |'Wake up call': Angela Merkel issues warning to EU that Britain will be a competitor http://bit.ly/2uQrLUJ |Bake Off: Sandi Toksvig quits as presenter in blow to Channel 4 http://bit.ly/2TsVY6I |Democrat row: Video shows Elizabeth Warren accuse Bernie Sanders of 'calling her a liar on national TV' http://bit.ly/2NAD5eq |Food fury: Why millennials are killing off the full English breakfast http://bit.ly/3aiTrSn |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
16/01/202m 10s

The Morning Briefing: Thursday January 16

Camilla Tominey analysis: Cracks appear in the Sussexes' North American dream http://bit.ly/2RlCqhT | Jessica Mulroney: How she became Meghan's trusted confidante and protector http://bit.ly/35Z79qr | Soft on cannabis: Data: How your police force deals with drug possession http://bit.ly/2uLuBub | Back from the 'dead': ‘Extinct’ white rhino might be brought back to life http://bit.ly/2NsBgQn | Manchester United 1 Wolves 0: Jason Burt's Old Trafford match report http://bit.ly/383qKam | Life without sunlight: Dispatch from the town with 100 days of darkness http://bit.ly/2QZQf6J | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
16/01/202m 19s

The Evening Briefing: Wednesday January 15

Russian government resigns: PM quits as president Putin outlines sweeping constitutional changes http://bit.ly/30plqvk |20 years of Putin: How Russia's leader could hold on to power http://bit.ly/2TsuZIk |Labour leadership race: Lisa Nandy says Jeremy Corbyn 'fell into a trap' laid by the Tories over Brexit http://bit.ly/2uKpavw |Duke and Duchess of Cambridge: First public appearance since Sussexes' royal split http://bit.ly/2Risx4B |'Business as usual': The message behind the Duchess of Cambridge's high-low outfit http://bit.ly/30oksiK |Sir David Attenborough: Broadcaster's warning in trailer for new film http://bit.ly/2QUCMgk |Before Hollywood was 'woke': 17 politically incorrect movies that wouldn't be made today http://bit.ly/2TrBNpR |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
15/01/202m 21s

The Morning Briefing: Wednesday January 15

Markle v Markle: Court documents reveal family rift details http://bit.ly/385oMpS | First photo: Meghan at public engagement in Vancouver http://bit.ly/2Tr8JyO | Insider's guide: What Sussexes need to know about Canada http://bit.ly/2FTeDRb | 'Pub banter': New guide to what amounts to sex harassment http://bit.ly/2TnORfO | Longer life: How much money buys you extra nine healthy years http://bit.ly/3aedwJw | Up in smoke: Australian Open thrown into bushfires crisis http://bit.ly/2QT02eQ | Power napper: The woman who wants you to sleep on the job http://bit.ly/2FPeUEF | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
15/01/202m 14s

The Evening Briefing

Sandringham summit: Why the Duchess of Sussex sat out of the royal showdown http://bit.ly/383zxcg  |Scottish independence: Boris Johnson officially rejects second referendum in letter to Nicola Sturgeon http://bit.ly/3a8Fjv5 |'Bung a bob for a Big Ben bong': PM launches £500,000 crowdfund for Big Ben to ring for Brexit http://bit.ly/35PDj7t |Seeing the light: Is everything we thought we knew about blue light and sleep wrong? http://bit.ly/30puJLU |Bus tragedy: Footage shows huge sinkhole swallows bus in China, killing six people http://bit.ly/2RkOaBa |Death, lies and corruption: Hansie Cronje's brother lifts the lid on one of cricket's most shameful episodes http://bit.ly/2skZKUq |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
14/01/202m 18s

The Morning Briefing

Inside story: How the Queen attempted to maintain family unity http://bit.ly/2tWEqVX | Monarch's statement: Just 153 words, but what does it tell us? http://bit.ly/2uHEvNq | Ding-dong: Big Ben will not bong for Brexit as bill ticks up http://bit.ly/2QUlK2d | Historic find: Meteorite stardust is oldest object found on Earth http://bit.ly/30hBuzj | Storm Brendan: UK braced for gales as flights diverted - forecast http://bit.ly/2TsHzqW | Giving up coffee?: Best hot drink alternatives - tried and tested http://bit.ly/30nDrdl | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
14/01/202m 14s

The Evening Briefing

Sandringham summit: Queen expresses regret as she confirms Prince Harry and Meghan departure http://bit.ly/2uFYUCw |Prince Harry video: Duke of Sussex appears to tout wife Meghan's voiceover skills to Disney boss Bob Iger http://bit.ly/30oUJac |Labour leadership: Thornberry through to next round as Lewis drops out http://bit.ly/2Nnzyjz |Oscars 2020 nominations: Full list of nominees amid new diversity row http://bit.ly/2FKBYEH |Who should win?: Vote for your 2020 Oscar winners http://bit.ly/2FPsyra |Volcanic lightning: Rare phenomenon as alert issued for Philippines eruption http://bit.ly/2TjWvrv |Jeremy Wilson: Jimmy Greaves has been airbrushed from history http://bit.ly/30i51Zr |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
13/01/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing

Royal summit: Camilla Tominey: Six key items on the agenda http://bit.ly/35Ndipp | Will Harry tell all?: TV interview fears if plans are thwarted http://bit.ly/35TeFDj | Huawei: Is Chinese firm on brink green light for UK 5G bid? http://bit.ly/2TmdQjx | Dame for a laugh: Mirren declares Bradford 'magic' - pictures http://bit.ly/36NcPEZ | Windows 7: Users face risk of cyber attack, says Microsoft http://bit.ly/35PjJs9 | Eat yourself thin: How to lose weight - without a diet http://bit.ly/2RekNjR | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
13/01/202m 4s

The Evening Briefing

Duke of Sussex: Prince Harry expected to return to Canada as Queen seen for first time since 'step back' plans unveiled http://bit.ly/2t73AAT |'Nuclear button': What led Prince Harry and Meghan to defy the Queen http://bit.ly/36JMFD9 |Telegraph readers' views: ''They can pay back taxpayers for Frogmore Cottage' http://bit.ly/2T8FrVn | How will they make money?: What Duke and Duchess of Sussex are worth and what they own http://bit.ly/2FEwj2QIran crisis: New video shows missile 'striking jet' above Tehran before it crashes http://bit.ly/36S0DDf |Tehran plane crash: Iran 'certain' missile did not down Ukrainian jetliner http://bit.ly/2R3hOuO |BBC tribunal: Presenter Samira Ahmed wins sex discrimination equal pay claim http://bit.ly/307EhLe |Northern Ireland: Sinn Fein backs power-sharing deal that will finally return a government after three years http://bit.ly/2NfU05F |Grooming campaign: Woman posed as boy to sexually assault girls http://bit.ly/2Td01nq |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
10/01/202m 25s

The Morning Briefing

Royal exit: Queen calls series of family crisis meetings http://bit.ly/39VcLVR | A-list money: Harry and Meghan's army of friends http://bit.ly/39TYTeo | Iran plane crash: Airliner 'mistakenly downed by missiles' http://bit.ly/2sUSorj | Are you a heavy snorer?: Scientists discover tell-tale clue http://bit.ly/2T5F9yy | Exclusive interview: Mo Farah: My Alberto Salazar regret http://bit.ly/37P12X1 | Friday night dinner: Eleanor Steafel's suggestion for what to cook http://bit.ly/2QIxTHr | Here's how to access all these articles - and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. 
10/01/202m 10s

The Evening Briefing

Harry and Meghan: Duke and Duchess of Sussex 'ignored Queen's plea for delay' http://bit.ly/37QVues |'Stepping back': What quitting duties means for Harry, Meghan, Archie and the wider Royal family http://bit.ly/37QW240 |'Brit hits the fan': How world reacted to Megxit after Harry and Meghan's shock announcement http://bit.ly/36K91Vi |Duchess of Cambridge: 38 style lessons from her on her 38th birthday http://bit.ly/309R14a |Brexit latest: Withdrawal Agreement Bill passes final stage in Commons http://bit.ly/37IxUAG |Tehran plane crash: US officials 'believe Iran mistakenly shot down Ukraine aircraft' http://bit.ly/309Pkn5 |Iran crisis: Boris Johnson underlines support for nuclear deal http://bit.ly/304dCyZ |What Bieber is going through: What it's like to live with Lyme disease http://bit.ly/2Ncnnpt |1917 review: Verdict on awards front-runner http://bit.ly/2FBIsW5 |Buy an annual subscription today and receive a Fitbit worth up to £199.99. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
09/01/202m 14s

The Morning Briefing

'Hurt and disappointed': Royal shock as Sussexes 'step back' http://bit.ly/2T2uZPf | All we know: Where they'll live and how they'll earn money http://bit.ly/303z7jn | Plane crash: Iran under pressure to explain Boeing disaster http://bit.ly/2T5xmR5 | Aviation expert: All signs suggest sudden and violent incident http://bit.ly/35BspCn | Harvard study: How to add an extra 10 healthy years to life http://bit.ly/2T70tUs | Harry Dunn: Interview: Why family cannot start grieving http://bit.ly/2R2JfVx | Hack your commute: Cut house prices and journey times http://bit.ly/2NaJBYX | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
09/01/202m 5s

The Evening Briefing

Iran plane crash: Ukraine refuses to rule out Boeing 737 was shot down by missile http://bit.ly/2T41tsg |Missile strikes response: Donald Trump calls on Britain and EU to reject Iran nuclear deal http://bit.ly/2FyCsgN |Iran Q&A: Will missile strikes against US forces lead to war? http://bit.ly/300D34x |'Tough talks': European Commission president's warning as she meets Boris Johnson http://bit.ly/2T42u3y |Ursula von der Leyen: The EU Commission President who said 'Brexit is a loss for everyone' http://bit.ly/2N9bC30 |Commuter cold: Where you should sit on the train to avoid getting ill, and other simple tricks http://bit.ly/2tHXxTi |Forgotten theme parks: The fascinating stories behind Britain's bygone attractions http://bit.ly/2N5myPc |Buy-now-pay-later: How middle class became the debt generation http://bit.ly/2s6iXt3 |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
08/01/202m 24s

The Morning Briefing

Latest confirmed updates: Iran's 'revenge' strikes on US troops http://bit.ly/35BIgAO | No survivors: Plane crashes soon after taking off from Tehran http://bit.ly/2T5xmR5 | Brexit exclusive: European Union warning over rights for citizens http://bit.ly/2T6xqAb | Green slime: Tuck in to pond scum and save the world http://bit.ly/2tGmhLG | Anyone listening?: Inside the crisis at BBC Radio 4 http://bit.ly/2N80DHb | Living apart: 'Husband lives on boat three nights a week' http://bit.ly/2uoBvp2 | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
08/01/202m 17s

The Evening Briefing

Crushed to death: More than 50 killed in stampede at Soleimani funeral http://bit.ly/36xAbhV |B-52 bombers: US warplanes sent to British overseas territory Diego Garcia as Iran tensions mount http://bit.ly/36xmqQ5 |Cyprus gang rape trial: British teenager flying home as lawyers vow to clear her name http://bit.ly/2SZvlGg |#BaftasSoWhite nominations: Outcry at all-white acting nominees http://bit.ly/39M5ozV |Fear not, white men: The Baftas prove we’re in a golden time for on-screen machismo http://bit.ly/37K8RwY |Ballie unveiled: Watch Star Wars-like ball-shaped robot that rolls around your home http://bit.ly/35vrXFL |Life-saving advice: The truth about becoming a first-time mum in your 40s http://bit.ly/2sUURll  |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI 
07/01/202m 18s

The Morning Briefing

Breaking: Teen convicted of rape lie is sentenced http://bit.ly/2sKX5Uu | Iran fallout: US troops pulled out of Baghdad http://bit.ly/35xc0i6 | Plotting revenge?: How and where Tehran could retaliate http://bit.ly/2QLJKTy | Car theft crisis: Just one in 400 cases result in justice http://bit.ly/37GZs9t | Eight-point guide: How to avoid becoming a vehicle victim http://bit.ly/2FrncCv | 'Living apart together': How couples are keeping flame alive http://bit.ly/2QuErsZ | Attention!: What Sandhurst can teach you about leadership http://bit.ly/37HqZaL | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
07/01/202m 11s

The Evening Briefing

UK's worst ever rapist: Student who carried out more than 150 attacks unmasked http://bit.ly/2QvUYwS |Reign of terror: How the 'evil sexual predator' spent years targeting vulnerable young men http://bit.ly/2Fmidmu |Iran crisis: Rift emerges as UK warns Trump cultural sites attack would be war crime http://bit.ly/2SZbY0a |Labour leadership: Jeremy Corbyn will stay until April 4 http://bit.ly/2rYh7u3 |Caught short?: Robot built to bring you toilet paper unveiled http://bit.ly/39TxcT8 |Top 10: Best technologies to come out of Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas http://bit.ly/39IJy0f |Ricky Gervais: Comedian's best jokes at the Golden Globes http://bit.ly/2QrE3vk |Debunking the myths: Why everything we know about weight gain and dieting is wrong http://bit.ly/2Ftsk8Y |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
06/01/202m 28s

The Morning Briefing

US-Iran hostilities: Boris Johnson breaks silence http://bit.ly/35qWdBu | 'Softer target': Warning from ex-head of UK Navy http://bit.ly/2QsOhLZ | Cyprus: UK travel safety advice under review http://bit.ly/2MYim3O | Mapped: Where is considered safe for Britons http://bit.ly/37D8sfS | Golden Globes: Stellar night for British talent http://bit.ly/2sHOZMm | Pay rise how-to: Tips for 2020 salary increase http://bit.ly/2QMGuHP | January diets: How to avoid sugar, meat or alcohol http://bit.ly/39S1F3Y | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
06/01/202m 7s

The Evening Briefing

General Qassim Soleimani: The impact of the killing far eclipses the deaths of Bin Laden and Baghdadi http://bit.ly/35kqG4h |The reaction: Hizbollah chief orders 'resistance fighters' around the world to avenge death http://bit.ly/2QJRBB3 |Donald Trump: US president defends drone attack in tweet http://bit.ly/2tpDLMkGulf warning: British troops 'put at greater risk' in Iraq says ex-minister http://bit.ly/2ZNxbLG |Possible targets: Where Iran might direct 'crushing revenge' for assassination http://bit.ly/2MROSVe |Oil surge: Petrol prices to rise in wake of US strike http://bit.ly/2MUNdy9 |Vegan ruling: Veganism is philosophical belief and protected by law, judge rules http://bit.ly/2MQvw2A |'Our dreams came true': Couple won lottery three days before son given cancer all-clear http://bit.ly/39BNqjz |Australia bushfires: Teenager films battle against wildfires at home on Go Pro http://bit.ly/2ZMefx3 |Sleep hacks: 10 tricks that will improve the duration and quality of your slumber http://bit.ly/2QmvfXC |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
03/01/202m 29s

The Morning Briefing

Airport attack: Why America assassinated top Iranian general http://bit.ly/2sHysb5 | Qassim Soleimani profile: Shadowy figure with astonishing influence http://bit.ly/2QJ4mMi | Job advert: 'Weirdos and misfits' wanted for Whitehall shake-up http://bit.ly/39yTmd9 | Prue Leith: 'Why Britons should get the bug for eating insects' http://bit.ly/2SMfWsM | Liverpool 2 Sheffield United 0: Sam Wallace's match report http://bit.ly/2sHzTq0 | Friday night dinner: Glazed salmon with pickled radishes and sesame http://bit.ly/2syCCCf | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9
03/01/202m 5s

The Evening Briefing

Australian wildfires: PM called an 'idiot' as residents refuse to shake his hand http://bit.ly/39w39k4 |Glaciers turn brown: Smoke from Australia's bushfires shroud New Zealand http://bit.ly/2tnDCsV |In pictures: Satellite images and photos show devastation from wildfires http://bit.ly/2SLHxKB |Travelling Down Under?: How bushfires affect your travel insurance http://bit.ly/2ZLwrqD |Northern Rail: Operator to be stripped of its franchise http://bit.ly/35khn46 |30ft deep: Huge tumbleweeds bury cars and close motorway - video http://bit.ly/2FgKNWt |MC Beaton tribute: The worthy successor to Agatha Christie http://bit.ly/2SMCFoH |Make it stretch: How to turn 14 days of annual leave into 34 days of holiday http://bit.ly/2ZKa18S |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
02/01/202m 21s

The Morning Briefing

Inside story: 'Seismic' changes ahead for Civil Service http://bit.ly/2MOpz6r | Peter Foster: Five 'known unknowns' of Brexit 2020 http://bit.ly/37rJGiB | Australia bushfires: Get out now, tourists told http://bit.ly/37uxcHe | Gallery: Most striking images from Australia disaster http://bit.ly/36iAY6j | Rail fares: How ticket prices have gone up over years http://bit.ly/37tUn4h | Easy tricks: Five quick ways to beat the hike http://bit.ly/2YWwcuM | Army adverts: New recruitment drive revealed http://bit.ly/2sEkc2P | Dracula: Four-star review of last night's first episode http://bit.ly/36h7Ko5 | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
02/01/202m 10s

The Evening Briefing

Jamal Khashoggi: Five sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia over journalist's murder http://bit.ly/2SjWN0Z |Alternative Christmas message: Channel 4 criticised for asking John Bercow to deliver speech http://bit.ly/2s2ZlpL |Harrods boss: No apologies for £2,000 Santa's Grotto http://bit.ly/2ZiX3Pf |Caroline Flack: Love Island presenter hit boyfriend over the head with lamp, court hears http://bit.ly/2Mpdp3A |Test yourself: Take _The Telegraph's_ Big Christmas Quiz of 2019 http://bit.ly/34LMKEt |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
23/12/192m 9s

The Morning Briefing

BBC bias claims: Director-general rejects accusations and says: 'People trust us' http://bit.ly/2ENu0Ku |Labour leadership race: Rebecca Long-Bailey said she would like to rule party with 'iron fist' http://bit.ly/397agPS |Doctors' salaries: Britain's GPs among best-paid in western world, study finds http://bit.ly/2Sg6OMN |Qatar World Cup: Football fans to sleep in Glastonbury-like tented villages http://bit.ly/2ZfyS4i |Alleged racist abuse: PFA calls for government inquiry as Tottenham fans investigated http://bit.ly/39eYanU |Struggling to cope?: Here's how to avoid Christmas burnout http://bit.ly/34Swvp7 |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
23/12/192m 22s

The Evening Briefing

Prince Philip: Duke of Edinburgh admitted to hospital http://bit.ly/35JDGS3 |Brexit step closer: MPs approve EU Withdrawal Bill with comfortable majority http://bit.ly/2SeeuPM |Future trade: Why Boris's Brexit bill makes EU tariffs almost inevitable http://bit.ly/2s95ZdT |Andrew Bailey profile: New Bank of England Governor so 'steady under fire' he helped face down grizzly bear http://bit.ly/2ZefKDJ |Christmas getaway chaos: Travel updates after railway and motorways to Gatwick flood http://bit.ly/2PIOY3t |Burning car rescue: Video shows dramatic moment police save man vehicle on fire http://bit.ly/36ZhtzF |Arteta confirmed: New Arsenal boss says club must now compete for trophies http://bit.ly/2EGivUQ |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
20/12/192m 8s

The Morning Briefing

Brexit Bill: How it has been 'Gina Miller-proofed' http://bit.ly/2Z9sk7l | Grinch of Westminster: Goodwill lost on Corbyn http://bit.ly/34Bt2ex | Trans remarks: JK Rowling backs woman who lost job http://bit.ly/2S9jwg7 | ‘Gratuitous sex scenes’: Why actress quit drama http://bit.ly/2MdFRVY | Alison Steadman interview: The return of Gavin & Stacey http://bit.ly/2Q79nhh | Friday night dinner: Festive warmth for very little effort http://bit.ly/2SaLwjz | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
20/12/192m 18s

The Evening Briefing

Queen's speech key points: NHS and Brexit at heart of PM's agenda http://bit.ly/36Q54hb |Politics liveblog: New Withdrawal Agreement Bill published http://bit.ly/2MbVmOy |'Wholly unacceptable': Bank of England calls in watchdog over hedge fund eavesdropping row http://bit.ly/2r99vEF |Primary school places: Find an under-subscribed, outstanding school near you http://bit.ly/38Uc0vJ |Haribo and astroturf changing rooms: Behind the scenes as Oxford Utd prepared to face Man City http://bit.ly/2M8Thm7 |The Jackass saga: How the MTV hit led to drugs, death and despair http://bit.ly/35H0amK |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI 
19/12/192m 22s

The Morning Briefing

Trump impeached: Step closer to being removed from office http://bit.ly/2S8yumO | What next?: US impeachment inquiry process explained http://bit.ly/2MaXkyo | Queen's Speech: PM to enshrine in law £34bn NHS boost http://bit.ly/2Q3Mnjt | Cats review: Star-studded moggy dragged in a mess http://bit.ly/2s3y5ap | 'Veganuary' warning: Going vegan 'could damage health' http://bit.ly/34xnBNX | Bullseye!: Meet the ex-hairdresser giving darts a makeover http://bit.ly/2S4ASuy | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
19/12/192m 4s

The Evening Briefing

Emily Thornberry: Frontbencher enters Labour leadership race with swipe at Corbyn http://bit.ly/34yU8TB |Tony Blair: Former PM says Labour is marooned on "fantasy island" http://bit.ly/391p2HU |Trump impeachment: Live updates ahead of historic vote tonight http://bit.ly/34xUgTp |Will Trump be impeached?: Everything you need to know about the inquiry http://bit.ly/32NBOoN |The Rise of Skywalker review: JJ Abrams gives Star Wars heroes the heart-rending ending they deserve http://bit.ly/2PyNxUS |A cut above: The plane meal that's so good it has a cult following http://bit.ly/2Z0oVaV |Enjoy a winter break: The surreal beach resort that time forgot http://bit.ly/2MnOuxF |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
18/12/192m 11s

The Morning Briefing

Election disaster: Angry Labour MPs tackle Jeremy Corbyn http://bit.ly/2EvAzBa | Leadership race: Sir Keir Starmer 'seriously considers' running http://bit.ly/35tR64g | Missing wig: Speaker's headgear vanishes from Parliament http://bit.ly/2PUtG1D | Special report: Turkey lets Hamas terrorists plot war on Israel http://bit.ly/2Pv48ce | Charlize Theron: Famous director groped me, claims actress http://bit.ly/2rOxIAH | Historic vote: Donald Trump incensed as impeachment looms http://bit.ly/34z2Kd4 | Royal party: What really happens at today's Christmas event http://bit.ly/38UudcH | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
18/12/192m 12s

The Evening Briefing

Parliament returns: PM says new House of Commons is 'one of the best Parliaments this country has ever produced' http://bit.ly/2M1O3IP |Emily Thornberry: Frontbencher warned Labour before election that Brexit position would be problem http://bit.ly/2rZglwO |Sky plan revealed: BBC and ITV to face challenge on local news http://bit.ly/2Pu7IU8 |Growing superyachts: Record breaker gets set for the high seas http://bit.ly/2r5AuRC |Lorry T-bones car: Ellie Goulding comes to rescue of driver in car pushed sideways by truck http://bit.ly/34oT4Sk |Exceptionally blunt: Why are the Dutch so unbelievably rude? http://bit.ly/2r03Ctm |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
17/12/192m 19s

The Morning Briefing

Brexit latest: PM legislates to block further delay http://bit.ly/38NdiZe | Week in Parliament: Guide to the next few days http://bit.ly/2RXAQVh | Class of 2019: The 10 new Tory MPs to watch http://bit.ly/2ErIkrD | 'Frantic Friday': Christmas travel chaos advice http://bit.ly/2S11vR6 | Cold comfort: How to avoid falling ill in winter http://bit.ly/36SDbp1 | Kate blossoms: How Duchess came into her own http://bit.ly/2YSa5Dk | Don't panic!: Last-minute guide to sorting Christmas http://bit.ly/38O5xCf | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
17/12/192m 8s

The Evening Briefing

Brexit deal: Date set for Withdrawal Agreement Bill ahead of Cabinet reshuffle - liveblog http://bit.ly/36FQTLx |'Stupid' voters row: Emily Thornberry takes legal action against Labour colleague Caroline Flint http://bit.ly/2RX6vX1 |Commuter misery: Cancellations on first day of new train timetable http://bit.ly/38Gei1f |Paddington Ayr: Dog abandoned with suitcase at railway station now 'a bit of a celebrity' http://bit.ly/2EpVjtT |Champions League draw: Jason Burt's last 16 verdict and predictions http://bit.ly/34mRMXPCriminal responsibility: Should a child be put on trial for murder in an adult court? http://bit.ly/2M0eUoF |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
16/12/192m 21s

The Morning Briefing

'Stupid' voters: Labour war as public blamed for historic defeat http://bit.ly/2qUijy3 | Next Labour leader: Who are contenders to replace Corbyn? http://bit.ly/35tR64g | Boris 'bounce': City forecasters predict sterling is set to surge http://bit.ly/2PQY50C | Hotel gun death: UK millionaire tycoon killed in hotel ambush http://bit.ly/34rcNk8 | Festive puzzle: Can you solve MI6 Christmas card riddle? http://bit.ly/2r0BQNy | Howzat!: Paul Hayward on how Ben Stokes became SPOTY http://bit.ly/36FAbw0 | 5:2 creator: Guide to festive fasting - without missing out http://bit.ly/2rHlXfk | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
16/12/192m 3s

The Evening Briefing

'Year of hope': Boris Johnson says 'let the healing begin' after Tory landslide http://bit.ly/2PkhsAj |Make-up of Parliament: Record number of female MPs elected http://bit.ly/35kazV8 |Jo Swinson: The sharp rise and even sharper fall of the Lib Dems' first woman leader http://bit.ly/2Ehj3R3 |Chopper's Election Podcast: Labour must find new unity leader 'urgently', says Lord Falconer http://bit.ly/36yE45W |Buckethead v Binface | Nine surprising facts from the 2019 General Election http://bit.ly/2RQd9OS |Caroline Flack: Love Island presenter charged with assault http://bit.ly/2rztcWE |Katie Morley Investigates: 'Co-op Bank's blocking us from £200k house deposit' http://bit.ly/2Ehv48U | Save 50 per cent: Subscribe today. Read all our election coverage with a Standard Digital Subscription for just £1 a week for three months. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
13/12/192m 21s

The Election Briefing

Victory speech decoded: PM signals shift to middle ground http://bit.ly/2LQHSHv | Latest updates: Follow live developments all afternoon http://bit.ly/38Cncgb | Cabinet reshuffle: Who's lined up for promotion - and door http://bit.ly/38E8NQW | Labour chaos: Contenders lining up to replace Corbyn http://bit.ly/2rGPci4 | What next?: The 10 steps for PM to 'get Brexit done' http://bit.ly/36uiXS4 | World reaction: From Donald Trump… to Telegraph readers http://bit.ly/2EcRHLP | By numbers: 24 seats lost to Tories for first time in decades http://bit.ly/36vgrLj | Save 50 per cent: Subscribe today. Read all our election coverage with a Standard Digital Subscription for just £1 a week for three months. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
13/12/192m 7s

The Morning Briefing

Landslide result: Biggest majority since Thatcher in 1987 http://bit.ly/38Cncgb | Results tracker: Live updates: Search by constituency http://bit.ly/2rGtWcp | How it happened: The night in maps and charts http://bit.ly/2LPUKhc | Corbyn defeat: Labour leader urged to quit immediately http://bit.ly/34dw7kR | Swinson out: Humiliation as Lib Dem leader quits http://bit.ly/2PJKQin | Telegraph View: This was a personal triumph for PM http://bit.ly/38ztKw2 | Your money: What Tory win means for tax pensions http://bit.ly/2RY9Jtx | Save 50 per cent: Subscribe today. Read all our election coverage with a Standard Digital Subscription for just £1 a week for three months. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
13/12/192m 1s

The Evening Briefing

When we wake up: The four possible outcomes of the general election http://bit.ly/35gweO0 |Election liveblog: Follow what's happening as votes are cast and as the results are counted http://bit.ly/38xCgvG |Not since Thatcher: Boris Johnson first prime minister for decades not to vote for himself http://bit.ly/36wtvjs |Dogs at polling stations: The best pooches in pictures http://bit.ly/2rw7hQ7 | Footwear mystery: Diane Abbott votes in two left-footed shoes http://bit.ly/36wtPyG |Football for sale: Agent guilty of soliciting bribes http://bit.ly/38z2ttG |Travel chaos: Commuters misery despite strike being halted, as South Western says trains in wrong places http://bit.ly/34gIjBw |McDonald's, Burger King, or Greggs?: What's the healthiest vegan fast food? http://bit.ly/38z2M7O |Greta Thunberg: She hits back at Trump tweet telling her to 'chill' http://bit.ly/34edddC |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
12/12/192m 18s

The Morning Briefing

Final poll: Tories now just five points ahead of Labour http://bit.ly/2EccKhD | Your guide: How to vote and what time polls close http://bit.ly/2E8xw1z | Latest updates: Follow rolling coverage in our liveblog http://bit.ly/2LLSEyY | Mother's pain: Plea as son is youngest gang murder victim http://bit.ly/36vFgae | Myths debunked: Who let parakeets out if not Jimi Hendrix? http://bit.ly/2tcewgv | BBC's Dracula: Michael Hogan's five-star review http://bit.ly/36pCTpd | 'Downton Shabby': Hollywood star takes over crumbling pile http://bit.ly/2YEC9tG | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
12/12/192m 9s

The Evening Briefing

Final hours: Boris Johnson 'fighting for every vote' in last day of election campaign http://bit.ly/38tDurW |'Hiding in fridge': Boris Johnson avoids Good Morning Britain reporter as aide swears on TV http://bit.ly/2PazFA0 |General election polls: Tory lead cut as race enters final hours http://bit.ly/2YFUwi4 |Hung parliament risk: The 49 seats where the Brexit Party is splitting the Leave vote http://bit.ly/2YFqSJE |Hours-long shoot-out | Gun battle in kosher market leaves six dead http://bit.ly/2LJ9VsD |Greta Thunberg: Climate change activist wins Time Person of the Year 2019 http://bit.ly/2YIxCGzBoobies, boxing and bees: The wackiest moments of the election campaign http://bit.ly/2rsngPb |Chilling history: The amazing story of London's festive Frost Fair, 206 years ago http://bit.ly/345wduU |Articles marked (🔸) are behind our paywall. Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
11/12/191m 59s

The Morning Briefing

Boris Johnson interview: | Election 'in the lap of the gods' http://bit.ly/36nXlGX | Manifesto watch: Your ultimate guide to party promises http://bit.ly/2PbnjIb | New Zealand volcano: Fears of another major eruption http://bit.ly/2qGUaep | Royal project: Meghan enlists Hollywood help for charity http://bit.ly/2E3eSbk | FC Salzburg 0 Liverpool 2: Jason Burt's match report http://bit.ly/36ph8pq | Chelsea 2 Lille 1: Read Sam Wallace's verdict http://bit.ly/2t736KW | Fashion guide: What to wear for every Christmas event http://bit.ly/2E5BKqH | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
11/12/192m 13s

The Evening Briefing

Corbyn's chances 'dire': Labour frontbencher says election victory 'not going to happen' - politics liveblog http://bit.ly/2E8AXoM |Social media blitz: Tories taking over Facebook and YouTube in final days of campaign http://bit.ly/34a9rSs |New Zealand volcano: Hero tour guide skipper who turned his boat around http://bit.ly/2YyPWC9 |'Let it snow': Walmart apologises over festive jumper showing Father Christmas with 'cocaine' http://bit.ly/36qZd1x |Get your words right | The 10 most mispronounced words of 2019 http://bit.ly/2rmtfoB |Not so Prime: Have the wheels fallen off Jeremy Clarkson's Grand Tour dream on Amazon? http://bit.ly/345y3M7 |Articles marked (🔸) are behind our paywall. Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI  
10/12/192m 10s

The Morning Briefing

Tory memo: Tactical voting in 12 constituencies could oust Johnson http://bit.ly/2LECffD | Marginal seats: The key areas that could decide the election http://bit.ly/2E1lua2 | How to vote tactically: Interactive tool gives personal recommendation http://bit.ly/2P43iTD | Volcano tragedy: Criminal investigation opened in New Zealand http://bit.ly/353jCJU | Middle-class fares: Rail passengers offered 'premium economy' http://bit.ly/2P9WXq1 | £100 per visit: 'Rip-off' hospital parking charges revealed http://bit.ly/2P74VAc | West Ham United 1 Arsenal 3: Jason Burt's match report http://bit.ly/345d0cN | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
10/12/192m 5s

The Evening Briefing

BBC attack: PM says he is 'looking at' reforming licence fee - latest on politics liveblog http://bit.ly/2E7jugt |New Zealand volcano: Five Brits feared missing as at least five are killed http://bit.ly/341QMbp |Disaster waiting to happen?: The inside story of the rise of 'volcano tourism' http://bit.ly/2PsCJX9 | Russia ban: Nation escapes complete sporting exile despite Wada's four-year ruling http://bit.ly/2P2fPH8 |Stay healthy: How to avoid midlife back pain by ‘rewilding’ your body http://bit.ly/38oK5Ua |World's youngest prime minister: Woman, 34, becomes Finland's new premier http://bit.ly/346hpw6 |  Articles marked (🔸) are behind our paywall. Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
09/12/192m 5s

The Morning Briefing

New Zealand volcano: Latest updates and videos from disaster http://bit.ly/38gVjdH | In pictures: Gallery of images from White Island eruption http://bit.ly/2s5w3Xc | Election countdown: PM takes fight to Labour's heartlands http://bit.ly/369lXmO | Priti Patel: Corbyn government would lead to 52 more murders http://bit.ly/2LB0jjj | BBC mystery: Christmas tree cut down amid security fears http://bit.ly/2s8ngDT | Aston Villa 1 Leicester City 4: John Percy's match report http://bit.ly/343y6bB | Christmas hangovers: How to get through the party season http://bit.ly/38n4kBE | Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/34RBAyV.
09/12/192m 5s

The Evening Briefing

Sir John Major: Former PM urges voters to back rebel candidates over Conservatives http://bit.ly/2Ypw703 |Serial rapist: Joseph McCann found guilty of 37 charges after being released from custody by mistake http://bit.ly/2LsONXt |Moody robot: Floating cyborg companion back on International Space Station after upgrade to make it less sulky http://bit.ly/33V1cd3 |Iconic Manchester derby images: The stories behind the photos ahead of Saturday's big clash http://bit.ly/34Tbn30 |Oliver Brown: 'Little fat kid' Ruiz can call time on Joshua's career http://bit.ly/2RolZmF |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/34RBAyV. If you're enjoying The Briefing, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/35ZxaX1
06/12/192m 7s

The Morning Briefing

Labour anti-Semitism: Claims that allegations were made to 'disappear' http://bit.ly/2s4kOxT | Camilla Tominey | Examining the details in the damning dossier http://bit.ly/2RpfgJ3 | Nick Robinson | Advice from David Dimbleby about tonight's debate http://bit.ly/38cawfR | Alzheimer’s breakthrough | First drug to slow disease is found http://bit.ly/366HQ65 | Just for Christmas? | Plastic warning over festive jumpers http://bit.ly/365D7lc | What to wear | The ultimate guide to Christmas party dressing http://bit.ly/2YmGq4G | Friday night dinner | Shut away Christmas madness for a few hours http://bit.ly/34SReu4 | Take advantage of our half-price digital subscription trial. Here's how: http://bit.ly/34RBAyV.
06/12/192m 13s

The Evening Briefing

Labour anti-Semitism | Jeremy Corbyn personally accused in leaked dossier http://bit.ly/34UaPdkBrexit Party implodes | Farage fury as MEPs quit http://bit.ly/367AjEi John Longworth | Why Boris' deal is the only game in town http://bit.ly/387UF1TNorovirus surge | NHS issues warning on winter vomiting bug http://bit.ly/2sOPi7GTrump under fire | Democrats announce they will bring articles of impeachment against US president http://bit.ly/367kvBcMelania outburst | First Lady savages academic who joked about son Barron's name http://bit.ly/367mXaZDating online | I was a man in my 50s looking for love - but women just wanted me for sex http://bit.ly/33MfJaU*'Wine garden of England'* | Discover England’s best vineyards with Britain's coolest hotel chain http://bit.ly/38cpgLBTake out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/34RBAyV. If you're enjoying The Briefing, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/35ZxaX1
05/12/192m 8s

The Morning Briefing

100-day pledge | Tax cut vow within weeks of Tories being elected http://bit.ly/3692xybManifesto guide | Everything the main parties have promised so far http://bit.ly/2RwRwmDExclusive poll | Independent candidates are gaining ground http://bit.ly/2LoDuPILondon Bridge | Terrorist Khan was 'high risk' after jail threats http://bit.ly/2sKP3udRoyal fallout | Prince Philip told Andrew to 'take his punishment' http://bit.ly/2LooxgMRail strike anger | Commuter breaks into union HQ and screams http://bit.ly/2Yj3XDHMan U 2 Tottenham 1 | Jason Burt's report on Mourinho's return http://bit.ly/34XChHeTake out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
05/12/192m 12s

The Evening Briefing

'He's two-faced' | Trump takes aim at Trudeau over Nato summit gossip video http://bit.ly/2Ll9B2M |Caught on camera | Trudeau appears to mock US President with other leaders at Nato reception http://bit.ly/2OPLImo |Bob Willis | Former England cricket captain dies, aged 70 http://bit.ly/2OPuJ3G |Alan Tyers | Willis and his withering cricket takedowns will be much missed http://bit.ly/33Qrtcu |'Sexist' advert | Outrage mounts over Peloton exercise bike campaign http://bit.ly/386vSLw |How I retired early | 'I took redundancy at 45 and now manage my own investments' http://bit.ly/2P6Jaio |New Bond film | No Time To Die trailer released http://bit.ly/2sG5sA4 |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/34RBAyV. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/35ZxaX1
04/12/191m 50s

The Morning Briefing

Nato summit | Leaders in Watford after diplomatic flare-up http://bit.ly/33LKgFG |From Russia with love? | Internet trail leads from Labour dossier to 'bots' http://bit.ly/33O5i6L |Medical first | British lesbian couple carry baby in both their wombs http://bit.ly/3836juX |And the winner is... | Turner artists share prize in act of 'solidarity' http://bit.ly/2RouxtT |Alastair Sooke | Is this a virtue signal for the snowflake era? http://bit.ly/2YfU0Hl |Striking gold | UK's largest nugget worth £80k found in river http://bit.ly/2DHxOw9 |Burnley 1 Man City 4 | Sam Wallace's match report http://bit.ly/2LmFHLP |Articles marked 🔸 are behind our paywall. Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. 
04/12/192m 11s

The Evening Briefing

Trump in town | Corbyn prepares to confront US president over NHS http://bit.ly/35YeeaX |'Exhilarating, bewildering' | Being in the room with President Trump http://bit.ly/2OLyV4o |Hit-and-run victim | Schoolboy killed in Essex named - picture http://bit.ly/2RftUTa |Racism claim | Soldier confused with unit's only other black sergeant http://bit.ly/37Yn0Yl |Premier League | Amazon predicting records for broadcast debut starting tonight | http://bit.ly/2YepzAYClimate hack | The trick that's 117 times better at saving the planet than reducing your flying http://bit.ly/37WoGlj |Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
03/12/191m 51s

The Morning Briefing

Panorama interview | Andrew accuser 'ashamed after sleeping with him' http://bit.ly/33EXggtEd Power review | 'Chilling noir-ish journey into a heart of darkness' http://bit.ly/2YfiK2qTrump in Britain | What is on the agenda for the next two days? http://bit.ly/2rOi7RfA joke too far? | Mr Men storybook gag branded 'sexist' by feminist http://bit.ly/35TGhILRail strike | Stranded passengers can make claims for hotel costs http://bit.ly/2PaySOe‘Health halo’ | Sugar mountain found hidden in vegan drinks http://bit.ly/2rTPbXNTake out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.
03/12/192m 4s

The Evening Briefing

London Bridge attack | Tears for victims as second convicted terrorist returned to prison http://bit.ly/2svBwqfDuke of York | Accuser Virginia Roberts Guiffre appears on Panorama tonight http://bit.ly/2OJqc2GPalmerston returns | Foreign Office cat back at work after six months off for stress http://bit.ly/2sFEVmJRail strike | Commuters face chaos as longest-ever walkout begins http://bit.ly/2P3AmKsMidlife Fitness Files | Michael Mosley on creating the 5:2 diet and reversing his diabetes http://bit.ly/2P386rjTake out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI
02/12/192m 11s

The Morning Briefing

Back to jail | London Bridge attacker's associate is returned to prison http://bit.ly/2OEhh2aVictims named | Families honour Cambridge graduates killed in attack http://bit.ly/2DA5OKPRail strike | 27-day walkout begins - are you due compensation? http://bit.ly/2DNpf37Cats 'whitewash' | Star of new film addresses white fur row http://bit.ly/2RgQlHPCyber Monday | Best savings and discounts available online today http://bit.ly/33HOheeMarco Silva | What's the future for Everton boss? http://bit.ly/2OIMJg1Take out a free 30-day trial to gain access to all of these articles. Here's how: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9
02/12/192m 16s
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