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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.

    The Morning Briefing: Thursday, January 20

    The Morning Briefing: Thursday, January 20

    Boris Johnson: 'I will not quit if rebels force a no confidence vote' | David Davis interview: 'Why I felt I had to tell Boris Johnson to go' | Politics liveblog: Up to seven Tory MPs withdraw letters of no confidence in PM | PM's baby: New daughter Romy struck down with Covid 'quite badly' | Ukraine: Joe Biden accused of giving Putin 'green light' to invade | Nick Allen analysis: White House scrambles after president's gaffe | Premiership rugby: Final to be on free-to-air TV for first time | Youth anxiety: What the pandemic has done to our children’s minds | Australian Open: Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu - latest updates | Receive a Fitbit worth £89.99 when you take out an annual Telegraph subscription from just £99. Stay on the pulse as the year unfolds by signing up here.

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    The Evening Briefing: Wednesday, January 19

    The Evening Briefing: Wednesday, January 19

    'In the name of God, go': Former Tory minister David Davis calls for Boris Johnson's resignation in PMQs onslaughtCrossing the floor: Tory MP Christian Wakeford defects to LabourTom Harris: A defector united the Tories behind their leader, but it was still a PMQs to forget for BorisAnalysis: Johnson wanted to emulate Churchill – instead, he’s become doomed ChamberlainInside the room: Johnson ‘close to tears’ as he pleaded with Tory MPs to halt ‘pork pie plot’In charts: How the ‘partygate’ scandal has sent Boris Johnson’s approval rating plummetingVote of no confidence: What it means and what happens if Boris Johnson is oustedIain Dale: Picks for who could replace Boris Johnson as Prime MinisterEnd of Plan B: No more masks and back to the office as restrictions droppedHighest level since 1992: Cost of food sends inflation soaringTake-home pay: Workers must demand 8.7pc pay rise to maintain current incomeYour outside jobs: How gardening helps to burn calories in winterDick Van Moon Knight: Why accents are Marvel's least convincing special effectStay on the pulse as the year unfolds with an annual _Telegraph_ subscription from just £99 - and receive a Fitbit worth £89.99. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3FVZwUv

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    The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, January 19

    The Morning Briefing: Wednesday, January 19

    Plot against the PM: Rebel MPs conspire to oust Boris Johnson | Plan B: Most Covid guidance set to be scrapped after Cabinet meeting | Politics liveblog: The voters are our boss, not Boris Johnson, says minister | Cost of living: Inflation soars to three-decade high - live updates | UK to hit 'crisis mode': Weapons flown to Ukraine to defend against Russia | Katja Hoyer: 'Reckless Germany is making war in Ukraine more likely' | Royal businesses: Harry and Meghan set up 11 companies in tax haven | Something furry in bed: The truth about grown adults and their teddies | Great trips: 13 amazing days out in Britain to beat the January blues | Receive a Fitbit worth £89.99 when you take out an annual Telegraph subscription from just £99. Stay on the pulse as the year unfolds by signing up here.

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    The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, January 18

    The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, January 18

    Rishi Sunak: Chancellor refuses to give his full backing to Boris Johnson and ends interview abruptlyBoris Johnson: PM 'categorically' denies being told No 10 events were against Covid rulesAction Matt strikes again: Hancock takes a dip in the chilly SerpentineTim Stanley: Hancock smiled coquettishly as he stretched back on to the firm green benches...Emma Raducanu: How she rediscovered winning formula and outclassed Sloane StephensAndy Murray: Scot finally vanquishes Nikoloz Basilashvili after see-sawing Australian Open thriller'Tweener serve': Nick Kyrgios's between-the-legs shot that stunned Australian OpenAmbrose Evans-Pritchard: France's nuclear meltdown has big implications for BritainInside England's all-night party: From cans in the dressing room to 6am terrace lagersStay on the pulse as the year unfolds with an annual _Telegraph_ subscription from just £99 - and receive a Fitbit worth £89.99. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3FVZwUv

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    The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, January 18

    The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, January 18

    Tougher powers: Magistrates to be allowed to jail criminals and clear courts backlog | Dominic Raab: 'It’s time to empower magistrates to clear the backlog in our courts' | Covid jabs: NHS to start sacking unvaccinated front-line staff early next month | Veiled swipe: Don’t dodge responsibility over Number 10 parties, says minister | Politics liveblog: Cummings claims against PM not accurate, claims Justice Secretary | Video: Watch England's Ashes party being broken up by police at 6am | What next for the corporation?: How to sell the BBC to young people | Celia Walden: 'Bored Harry is trying to tell us he wants to come home' | Receive a Fitbit worth £89.99 when you take out an annual Telegraph subscription from just £99. Stay on the pulse as the year unfolds by signing up here.

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    The Evening Briefing: Monday, January 17

    The Evening Briefing: Monday, January 17

    Licence fee freeze: BBC must fix 'impartiality problems', says Nadine Dorries'Looking for someone else to blame': Labour criticises BBC announcement amid looming cost of living crisisRishi Sunak: ‘Calmer’ Chancellor as PM would boost the pound and business investment, say expertsNorman Tebbit: Beware the silent Cabinet ministerDownward trajectory: Covid cases nearly lower than when ‘Plan B’ was triggeredHero's welcome: Novak Djokovic lands in Serbia following deportation from AustraliaVaccine passes: Novak Djokovic's French Open in doubt after sports minister U-turnsJohn McEnroe: Bizarre pro-Novak Djokovic rant at Australian OpenAgeless style: The 10 best-dressed British aristocrats over 40Country life: Britain's 54 most-desirable villagesStay on the pulse as the year unfolds with an annual _Telegraph_ subscription from just £99 - and receive a Fitbit worth £89.99. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3FVZwUv

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