The Telegraph Morning Update
The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 21, 2019

As the race to succeed Theresa May begins in earnest, potential Conservative leadership hopeful Dominic Raab tells The Telegraph he wants to see a cut in the basic rate of income tax.

Three-time Formula One world champion Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70.

And a "sea change" in the University of Oxford's admissions is expected with the launch of two schemes aimed at helping disadvantaged students.

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 20, 2019

UK spies saw claims of Donald Trump's ties to Russia before the President was made aware of the dossier.

In politics, Theresa May's Brexit deal contains nothing new, according to a leaked document. And the latest polling for the European Parliament elections shows that Nigel Farage's Brexit Party is likely to gain the most votes in the UK.

Mothers returning from maternity leave will be protected from redundancy for six months under new legislation. And the Cambridges enjoyed their mother's garden during a private visit to the Chelsea Flower Show. 

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 20, 2019

UK spies saw claims of Donald Trump's ties to Russia before the President was made aware of the dossier.

Theresa May's Brexit deal contains nothing new, according to a leaked document. 

Mothers returning from maternity leave will be protected from redundancy for six months under new legislation, commuters lost four million hours due to train delays in 2018, and the Cambridges enjoyed their mother's garden during a private visit to the Chelsea Flower Show. 

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 18, 2019

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The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 17, 2019

Theresa May is fighting to keep her Brexit deal alive to prolong her premiership as her grip on power weakens.

Three Britons have died after a UK-registered light aircraft crashed in Dubai.

And the Tower of London is celebrating the birth of raven chicks for the first time since 1989.

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 16, 2019

Theresa May is facing a showdown meeting with senior Tories demanding she sets a firm resignation date.

Probation services will be renationalised following a failed privatisation scheme.

And an ancient mystery about the dark side of the moon has been solved.

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 15, 2019

Theresa May will ask MPs to vote again on Brexit at the start of June, whether or not the Government has reached a deal with Labour.

British troops facing investigation over alleged historical offences will be granted stronger legal protections under plans being unveiled by the new defence secretary.

And why taking over-the-counter joint supplements could help in the fight against heart disease.

 

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 14, 2019

Theresa May is under renewed pressure to abandon Brexit talks with Labour amid warnings she risks losing the "loyal middle" of the Tory Party if she gives ground on a customs union.

Britain should be prepared to "decisively" raise the proportion of national income it spends on defence once it has left the EU, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.

And another stark warning about the effects of plastic pollution in our seas and oceans.

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 13, 2019

NHS payouts for delays and errors have doubled over the last five years

A cross-party Brexit deal will need to include a second referendum in order to receive the backing of Labour MPs, Sir Keir Starmer has said.

and Killing Eve cleans up at the BAFTAs.

The Telegraph Morning Update

The Telegraph Morning Update

May 11, 2019

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