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5x5 bulletin for Wednesday 22 November: Listen to today's essential news from the Telegraph 


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Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards: Race is on after glorious year of Northern Ireland sport

belfast telegraph sports awards: race is on after glorious year of northern ireland sport
The Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards are back and this year they're going to be bigger than ever after another huge 12 months of sport in Northern Ireland.
Belfast Telegraph

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News video: Amazon Alexa throws party for itself while homeowner is away

Amazon Alexa throws party for itself while homeowner is away 01:09

HAMBURG, GERMANY — Amazon's AI assistant makes life easier for most people, except maybe this guy, whose Alexa decided to cause trouble while he was out. According to the Telegraph, Hamburg..
Source: TomoNews US -

News video: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Albert Einstein

10 Things You Didn't Know About Albert Einstein 03:38

10 Things You Didn't Know About Albert Einstein President of Israel? Communist spy? Married his cousin? You might know him for his theory on special relativity and his equation ‘E = MC2’, but..
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News video: Meghan Markle's Ancestor Beheaded By King Henry VII

Meghan Markle's Ancestor Beheaded By King Henry VII 00:39

An Australian teacher and amateur historian was first to claim to have found evidence of a connection between Meghan Markle and the Tudor royal family. Michael Reed traced Markle's lineage back to Lord..
Source: Rebecca Stefansky -

News video: Trump Hotel Rates Reportedly Drop by Nearly 63% in One Year

Trump Hotel Rates Reportedly Drop by Nearly 63% in One Year 00:39

President Trump’s hotel rates have dropped significantly in his first year of presidency. Veuer's Natasha Abelard (@NatashaAbellard) has the story.
Source: Veuer -

News video: Siemens to cut European jobs, expand UK site

Siemens to cut European jobs, expand UK site 00:47

Siemens plans to cut about two percent of its global workforce. The German industrial group said 6,900 jobs will go before 2020 at its Power and Gas division, which has been hit by a rapid growth of..
Source: Euronews English -

 

'Happy Brexit, Judas' as Scottish Tory MP branded a traitor in abusive Christmas card

Paul Masterton was one of 15 Tory rebels pictured on a Daily Telegraph front page under the headline "The Brexit Mutineers".
Daily Record

Scottish Tory MP sent 'traitor' Christmas card over Brexit

scottish tory mp sent 'traitor' christmas card over brexit
BBC Local News: Glasgow and West Scotland -- Scottish Conservative MP Paul Masterton was among those branded "mutineers" by the Daily Telegraph.
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Santiago Ribeiro´impressive multimedia exhibition in the giant screens of Time Square in New York

Tuesday 21 November, 2017This is in New York news arts & travelThe power of the image in Times Square in New York with the art of Santiago Ribeiro in Huffingtonpost A pioneering idea, the use of..
Pressat

Exclusive: Philippines' PT&T seeks partners for broadband, cell services, talks to Chinese firms

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine Telegraph & Telephone Corp is talking to Chinese companies about forming strategic partnerships as part of plans to turn a niche player into a force in the domestic..
Reuters

Man taken to hospital after car crashes into telegraph pole on Hospital Lane in Blaby

His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening but the road will be closed "into this evening" due to accident recovery work.
Leicester Mercury

Northern Ireland boss Michael O’Neill's mum dies after long illness

northern ireland boss michael o’neill's mum dies after long illness
Patricia O'Neill, the mother of Northern Ireland international football manager Michael O'Neill, has died after a long illness, the Belfast Telegraph has learned.
Belfast Telegraph

UK: Patterns In The Noise – Data On Crime, Arrests And Disposals - Corker Binning

Is policing getting better or worse? The Telegraph reduced its conclusions to a headline last week as it declared ‘Police arrest half as many people as they did a decade ago despite rise in crime'.
Mondaq

Tory rural broadband promise under threat

tory rural broadband promise under threat
A Tory pledge to deliver better broadband to 1.4m rural homes is under threat of being delayed by years. Talks between Openreach and the government to agree on a £600m investment by the BT..
City A.M.


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