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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.

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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 Evening Briefing: Monday, March 1

    The Evening Briefing: Monday, March 1

    Prince Philip: Duke of Edinburgh transferred to second hospital in ambulanceCamilla Tominey: The secret messages in Prince Harry and Meghan's Oprah interviewCoronavirus liveblog: Hancock issues plea to anyone who took Covid testBrazilian variant: What is the new Covid strain and should I be worried?Golden Globes review: A shambolic hellscape of Zoom ineptitudeRobbie Collin: Borat bagging Sacha Baron Cohen an Oscar nomination? Surely this is a prankJe regrette...: French referee admits he got it wrong against EnglandTom Harris: Has Labour just elected the man to deny SNP's majority?Save over 85pc on a Telegraph subscription to read all these articles. Enjoy four months for just £3. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/3b9VfyA  

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    The Morning Briefing: Monday, March 1

    The Morning Briefing: Monday, March 1

    Brazil mutation: First British cases with variant feared to evade jabs | All we know: What is the new strain and how worried should we be? | Search: Use our postcode tool to find Covid jab numbers in your area | Politics liveblog: Budget will prove boost for 'green infrastructure', says minister | Royal interview: Clips from Harry and Meghan's chat with Oprah | Get in shape: Your four-week plan to get fit for the end of lockdown | Golden Globes: The Crown cleans up on triumphant night http://bit.ly/3b2cF16 | Mental health: Five crafts that help to alleviate anxiety and depression | Save over 85pc on a Telegraph subscription to read all these articles. Enjoy four months for just £3. Sign up here. 

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    The Evening Briefing: Friday, February 26

    The Evening Briefing: Friday, February 26

    Holyrood inquiry: Sturgeon's government not fit to lead Scotland to independence, suggests Salmond  Blow-by-blow: Alex Salmond's evidence to Holyrood inquiryPfizer vaccine: Single dose of jab appears to cut risk of transmission by three quartersCoronavirus liveblog: 'This battle is not won yet,' says Jonathan Van-Tam after cases increase in parts of UKVaccine list: Teachers, police and BAME communities will not get priorityDamaging betrayal: Angry police criticise government over vaccine roll out snubPrince Harry and James Corden: How they struck up their royal bromanceBryony Gordon: 'The day I realised I had binge eating disorder'Damages claim dismissed: Amanda Staveley 'vindicated' despite losing Barclays legal battleSave over 85pc on a Telegraph subscription to read all these articles. Enjoy four months for just £3. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/3b9VfyA  

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    The Morning Briefing: Friday, February 26

    The Morning Briefing: Friday, February 26

    Watch video: Think about others before yourself, says Queen on Covid vaccines | Camilla Tominey: 'Queen shows her personal commitment in a time of crisis' | Prince Harry tell-all interview: On Archie's first word and family life with Meghan | Politics liveblog: Prisoners won't jump the queue for jab, Justice Secretary insists | Budget: Rishi Sunak will be 'honest' as he is warned against tax rises | All we know: Everything to expect from next Wednesday's announcements | Gender-neutral: Mr Potato Head has his chips as toy goes woke | Sir Geoffrey Boycott: Bad selection and scrambled brains - what England got wrong | Gogglebox's Giles and Mary: Our lockdown - five hours of TV a day and many rows | Save over 85pc on a Telegraph subscription to read all these articles. Enjoy four months for just £3. Sign up here. 

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    The Evening Briefing: Thursday, February 25

    The Evening Briefing: Thursday, February 25

    Face coverings: Primary schools tell children as young as five to wear masks in the classroomGCSEs and A-levels: Schools face 'onslaught' of exam appeals, education chiefs warnVictoria Lambert: Is Gavin Williamson placing his trust in teachers, or setting them up to take the blame?Withdrawing the whip: Tory MPs threatened with the sack as No 10 moves to avert Budget rebellionBudget 2021: Sunak faces revolt over planned capital gains tax raidUniversal Credit: Rishi Sunak readies a six-month extension to £20 upliftSelf-employed: New wave of £7,500 grantsRosamund Pike: Star questions why film poster gave her 'massive' breastsHow chaos unfolded: England succumb to 10-wicket defeat against IndiaThe chaos behind Frasier: How an eccentric star and a stuck-up dog made a comedy classicSave over 85pc on a Telegraph subscription to read all these articles. Enjoy four months for just £3. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/3b9VfyA 

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    The Morning Briefing: Thursday, February 25

    The Morning Briefing: Thursday, February 25

    Education: Summer exams to be voluntary, sparking fears of chaos | Exams plan: Everything we know about 2021 A-levels and GCSEs | Politics liveblog: Exam plan 'not ideal' but 'best we can do', admits minister | Classroom rules: Schools told they cannot force pupils to wear masks | Long-read: Can Tiger Woods complete another sport comeback? | Tell-all: How to watch Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview | Simon Heffer: England's shocking petulance must be stamped out | Trouble with staying up late: A guide to becoming a morning person | Save over 85pc on a Telegraph subscription to read all these articles. Enjoy four months for just £3. Sign up here. 

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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
117 Ratings

117 Ratings

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Super little podcast, but if you’re catching up on a few at a time, the volume level difference between the morning and evening briefings are annoying. Please adjust the levels!

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Quality content, but almost inaudible

The podcast itself is great, providing a glimpse at current affairs in under 5 minutes, which I appreciate. However, as pointed out by other reviewers, the volume is extremely low, making the podcast almost inaudible. I’ve subscribed to tenths of podcasts throughout the last 20 years or so, and never ran into a situation like this. Such an easy fix; please correct it.

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