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The Essential Five

  1. What is the Brexit transitional period and why might it be extended?

  2. Scotland records first case of BSE in a decade on Aberdeenshire farm

  3. Waitrose has promised to rename its 'sexist' 'Gentleman's' sandwich

  4. Tory MP says party will not 'be forgiven for a generation' over Brexit

  5. Exclusive: Rival broadcasters 'forcing up price' of football on TV

British Prime Minister Theresa May departs after speaking to the media following the October EU summit on 18 October 2018 in Brussels, Belgium (Getty Images)

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks with then local Conservative Party candidate Johnny Mercer on 2 May 2017 in Plymouth (Getty Images)

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