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Every weekday morning and evening, two-minute bulletins bring you clarity on the highlights of the day from the team behind the Front Page newsletters.

The briefing is brought to you by Danny Boyle and Chris Price, who briefly tell you what you need to know each morning – and end the workday with what you may have missed. Listen to a preview of the latest episode above.

Just search for “The Two-Minute Briefing” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app. Or just ask your voice assistant for “The Telegraph briefing”.

It is also easy to receive the audio directly on WhatsApp. Just follow the steps below to join the group and you will receive messages shortly.

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Important note – your phone number will only be used to receive news alerts from The Telegraph. Your phone number will not be shown to people using the service and will not be used for marketing purposes of any kind.

I have WhatsApp installed on my mobile

  1. click here from your mobile.
  2. You will see a service message asking if you want to open WhatsApp. Tap ‘Open’.
  3. You will be connected to WhatsApp and see ‘Start’ in the message field. Tap ‘send’.
  4. You will receive a welcome message asking you to add our WhatsApp phone number to the contacts on your mobile. You must do this to continue to receive updates from us.
  5. The process is now complete – we hope you enjoy our updates.
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I don’t have WhatsApp installed on my mobile

Download WhatsApp for free from your mobile app store.

Follow steps 1-5 above.

I want to receive the updates via WhatsApp Web on desktop

WhatsApp Web is a computer-based extension of the WhatsApp account on your mobile. If you don’t have WhatsApp installed on your mobile, you need to download the app for free from your mobile app store. Once you’ve done this, follow the instructions below to receive our news updates on your WhatsApp mobile and desktop account:

  1. Click here from your desktop.
  2. You will see a service message asking you to send a message to our WhatsApp number. Click on ‘send’.
  3. If you’re not already signed in to WhatsApp Web, you’ll see a message with instructions on how to activate it and sync WhatsApp Web with your WhatsApp mobile account.
  4. Once activated, or if you are already logged in to WhatsApp Web, you will come to your WhatsApp messages and see ‘Start’ in the message box. Click on ‘send’.
  5. You will receive a welcome message asking you to add our WhatsApp phone number to the contacts on your mobile. You must do this to continue to receive updates from us.
  6. The process is now complete – we hope you enjoy our WhatsApp updates.
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