Five must-read stories, from The Telegraph

From BBC cuts to money saving, here are our hand-picked stories from the week, so far

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Welcome to your Saturday round-up of this week’s top stories. When you’ve got a moment or two to spare, make sure you take time to catch up with our five carefully selected stories below…

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News | Tim Davie’s speech should terrify the BBC – he’d be willing to fire Gary Lineker
Coronavirus | Is Sweden’s coronavirus strategy finally silencing the doubters?
Money | Money Makeover: ‘I’m 63 – is £370k enough to retire on?’
Politics | Boris Johnson has got to raise his game for PMQs. This was a total shambles
Health & Fitness | ‘It’s like Tourette’s, but in my head’: how George Ezra highlighted the poorly-understood ‘Pure O’

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