TLDR Daily Briefing

By TLDR News

Every weekday the TLDR Team breaks down the latest news. From stories, you've seen plastered across Twitter but don't quite understand to the ones that might have slipped under the radar.

  1. 1.
    Apr 15: The End of the Daily Briefing
    7:28
  2. 2.
    Apr 14: Biden Pulling Troops out of Afghanistan, an Island full of Vaccines, a Twitch Record and a Banned Facebook Page
    7:34
  3. 3.
    Apr 13: The Daunte Wright Shooting, Prince Philip BBC Complaints, Belarusian Hard-Labour, An App for Walking
    8:27
  4. 4.
    Apr 09: Prince Philip's Passing, Welsh Unlocking, a Diplomatic Spat, North-Korean Famine, and English Herd Immunity
    8:31
  5. 5.
    Apr 07: Brazil’s Death Figures, Xinjiang Cotton, Greenland’s Election, and Prince Harry’s Netflix Show
    5:45
  6. 6.
    Apr 06: Myanmar Wanted Lists, Moving Egyptian Mummies, North Korean Olympics, and Soviet Lord of the Rings
    8:04
  7. 7.
    Apr 01: Another French Lockdown, Some More Hong Kong News, the Cummings Statue, and April Fools
    8:52
  8. 8.
    Mar 31: Biden’s Infrastructure Spending, Kate’s Cleared of a Covid Breach, Sobriety Ankle Tags, and Underfunding Science
    6:57
  1. 9.
    Mar 30: A Letter Signed by World Leaders, China vs Hong Kong, and the Controversial Reshuffle
    7:18
  2. 10.
    Mar 29: A Gig in Barcelona, Facebook’s Underseas Cables, Ministers’ Disappearing Messages, and Fundraising in a Tent
    8:14
  3. 11.
    Mar 26: The Suez Blockage, a Leaked Amazon Email, a School Controversy, and a Milk Protest
    8:01
  4. 12.
    Mar 25: China’s Sanctions on H&M, Navalny’s Health, and COVID Rule Extensions
    8:19
  5. 13.
    Mar 24: Presidential Change of Pace, The Israel Election, Xinjiang Sanctions, and EU Vaccine Sanctions
    8:27
  6. 14.
    Mar 23: A Year of Coronavirus, Mandatory Vaccinations, a Name-Calling Polish Writer, and Rescued Animals
    6:30
  7. 15.
    Mar 22: The PM vs the EU, Bristol Riots, IKEA on trial, and AI vs Scammers
    6:53
  8. 16.
    Mar 19: The Parisian Lockdown, A Frosty China-US Exchange, Misinformation News, and Super Nintendo World
    5:39
  9. 17.
    Mar 18: UK Blames the Indian Government, Sending Away Asylum Seekers, Taiwan Naming Crisis; and Confiscated Bitcoin
    6:31
  10. 18.
    Mar 17: A US Shooting, EU Leaders Turning on One Another, Vaccine Updates, and Some News from Japan
    6:59
  11. 19.
    Mar 16: Mozambique Insurgency, Capitol Riot Arrests, the Downing Street Briefing Room, and WSB Adopts Gorilla
    5:22
  12. 20.
    Mar 15: MET Police Under Fire, New Protest Rules, The German Election, and the Grammy’s
    7:34
  13. 21.
    Mar 12: The Banned Vigil, COVID Independence Day, $70m Digital Art, and Texan Relaxation
    8:22
  14. 22.
    Mar 11: The Sarah Everard Case, Hong Kong Election Law, A Video Game Outage, and Russia vs Twitter
    6:52
  15. 23.
    Mar 10: Johnson’s Northern Irish Tunnel, the £37 Billion spent on Britain’s failing Test and Trace system, China and Russia’s Moon Base, and a Pennsylvania Posties’ Present
    8:22
  16. 24.
    Mar 09: Russian Vaccine Diplomacy, US Unlocking, a Kidney Transplant and Royal Fallout
    8:32
  17. 25.
    Mar 08: The Royal Interview, A Downing Street Situation Room, and a Swiss Face-Coverings Ban
    6:31
  18. 26.
    TWIP: Britain's £1.4 BILLION Arms Sale to Saudi Arabia while Cutting Aid to Yemen
    12:08
  19. 27.
    Mar 05: Belarusian News, Cyprian Tourism, and NHS Workers Pay
    7:14
  20. 28.
    Mar 04: An Attack in Sweden, COVID Deaths, and Amazon Fresh
    5:19
  21. 29.
    Mar 03: The Budget, US Vaccinations, and a Trip to the Moon
    8:01
  22. 30.
    Mar 02: A Volcanic Explosion, A Jailed President, and an Expenses Scandal
    4:50
  23. 31.
    Mar 01: Brazilian Variant, Trump 2024, and Cannabis for Prisoners
    5:19
  24. 32.
    Feb 26: Biden’s Airstrikes, Vaccine Priorities, and an Intervention from the Queen
    5:30
  25. 33.
    Feb 25: Facebook Bans Myanmar, Should Schools Force Masks and Philip Hammond Takes on Johnson
    7:08
  26. 34.
    Feb 24: The Covax Scheme, Crimes Against Humanity, and an MP told to Dress Properly
    7:29
  27. 35.
    Feb 23: El Chapo’s Wife Arrested, Facebook News Ban Reversed, and World Cup Deaths
    4:28
  28. 36.
    Feb 22: Britain’s Route out of Lockdown, Hancock’s Contracts, and Grounded Boeings
    8:04
  29. 37.
    Feb 19: A Texan Storm, Blair’s Roadmap, and Uber Drivers
    4:55
  30. 38.
    Feb 18: Facebook’s Aussie Drama, a Speech from Starmer, and a Mars Rover
    4:43
  31. 39.
    Feb 17: Princess Latifa’s Imprisonment, Humour over Rumours, and Vaccine Passports
    6:09
  32. 40.
    Feb 16: A US Rocket Attack, Cummings’ Contracts, and North Korean Theft
    4:03
  33. 41.
    Feb 15: The End to Lockdown?, Myanmar Updates, and an Ancient Beer Factory
    6:01
  34. 42.
    Global Summary: Did India Ignore Flood Warnings, Myanmar’s Coup Worsens & Japan's Olympic Scandal
    11:06
  35. 43.
    Feb 08: The Queen’s Controversy, an Amazon Tax, and the Super Bowl
    5:04
  36. 44.
    Feb 05: Conspiracy Theory Congresswoman Kicked off Committees, Denmark’s Energy Island, and a Zoom Argument
    8:10
  37. 45.
    Feb 04: Myanmar Coup, Ministers’ Maternity Pay, and Deadly Motorways
    4:51
  38. 46.
    Feb 03: Navalny in Prison, the Film That Inspired the Government, and Warzone Cheats
    5:29
  39. 47.
    Feb 02: LePen’s Positive Polls, Brexit-Border Suspension, and the South-African Variant
    5:18
  40. 48.
    Feb 01: A Coup in Myanmar, Ivanka’s Bog-Ban, and Captain Sir Tom Moore in Hospital
    4:13
  41. 49.
    Jan 29: China Threatening Taiwan, A Stock Market Closure, and a Tunnel Protest
    4:31
  42. 50.
    Jan 28: Could Washington DC Become a State, An End to British Lockdown, and Dispute over Johnson’s “Non-Essential” Trip to Scotland
    4:27

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