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 2021-06-16 23:01 

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Premier League fixtures: Club-by-club guide to the 2021-22 season...

ARSENALAUGUST14 Brentford (A)21 Chelsea (H)28 Man City (A)SEPTEMBER11 Norwich (H)18 Burnley (A)25 Tottenham (H)OCTOBER2 Brighton (A)16 Crystal Palace (H)23 Aston Villa (H)30 Leicester (A)NOVEMBER6...

 2021-06-16 23:00 

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Care firm charging 14m let girl walk out to take lift with stranger...

From failing to safeguard young people against sexual exploitation to allowing children access to drugs and knives, dozens of children's homes opened during the pandemic have been found to be putting...

 2021-06-16 20:30 

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Biden warns Putin: response will be devastating if Navalny dies...

President Biden warned President Putin of "devastating consequences" if his fiercest Russian critic were to die in jail during talks in Geneva that both leaders hailed as "positive" following months...

 2021-06-16 19:30 

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Raw sewage and rat droppings in Ghislaine Maxwell's cell, lawyer claims...

Raw sewage and rodent droppings have seeped into Ghislaine Maxwell's prison cell and "hyper-surveillance" of the inmate by a phalanx of guards is interrupting meetings with a defence attorney, her...

 2021-06-16 19:00 

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Rafa Bentez expecting offer to become Everton's new manager...

Rafa Bentez held further talks with senior Everton figures today and is expecting to be formally offered the manager's job.The former Liverpool manager has now had three rounds of discussions with...

 2021-06-16 18:00 

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Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey put Wales on cusp of Euro 2020 knockout stages...

Even before they put the icing on the cake and sparking delirium, this was a glorious evening for Wales. It was probably their finest and most assured performance since the previous European...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Laura Kenny's father considers legal action over unpaid Tokyo 2020 ticket refunds...

British Olympic fans — including the father of the cycling champion Laura Kenny — are considering legal action over unpaid refunds and handling fees for Tokyo 2020 tickets that run into thousands of...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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EFL launches review into taking of knee before games next season...

The English Football League has begun an extensive consultation exercise to decide whether taking a knee should continue before matches in its three divisions next season.England and Scotland players...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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'Illness has robbed my dad of his great Wembley memories...

Hayley McQueen admits that she will gripped by fresh excitement when presenting Sky Sports News live from Wembley for England v Scotland on Friday. There will, though, also be sadness in her heart at...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Leading Buddhist monk takes up arms against Burmese military junta...

A senior Buddhist monk in Myanmar has given up a life of prayer and meditation to take up arms against the junta that deposed the elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi in February's military coup.The...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Smart motorways redesigned to save money, MPs told...

Smart motorways were redesigned almost a decade ago to make them "less safe" simply to save money, MPs were told today.The cross-party transport committee heard that the permanent removal of the hard...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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'To experience something like this together makes you stronger'...

The challenge, it became all the more apparent during Denmark's press conference in Copenhagen this afternoon, is a considerable one.Just days after watching Christian Eriksen suffer a cardiac arrest...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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How to work your core — do squats and try jiu-jitsu or climbing...

Being able to hold a plank for 60 seconds does not mean that you have a super-strong core, says Paul Hobrough, a physiotherapist who works with elite athletes. "What matters is that you are activating...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Spanish King Felipe VI heads to Barcelona in test of Catalan pardon plan...

Spain's King Felipe VI is due to visit Barcelona today in the first test of whether the government's controversial plan to pardon Catalan separatists for their role in a failed independence bid in...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Watch out, Google — big tech critic Lina Khan to head US competition watchdog...

If you can judge a man by the company he keeps, Silicon Valley is in for a rough ride during Joe Biden's reign.Overnight, the president appointed one of Big Tech's most trenchant critics as the head...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Landlords feel heat as ban on commercial evictions extended...

Fears are growing about the financial health of some of Britain's biggest landlords after the government extended a ban on commercial evictions to next year.The moratorium, which was first introduced...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Oxfam sacks aid workers after allegations of sexual misconduct...

Oxfam sacked three aid workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo yesterday following an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, intimidation, nepotism and fraud in...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Snubbing China's Belt and Road Initiative could be disastrous, Italian expert tells Mario Draghi...

Italy's potential withdrawal from Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative risks triggering a "disastrous" economic boycott by China, according to the expert who helped bring the G7 member into the...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Sister Mary Joseph of the Trinity obituary...

On her 61st birthday in 1989 Ann Russell Miller threw a party for 800 guests at the Hilton Hotel in San Francisco. Friends flew in from around the world to dine on caviar, coquilles Saint-Jacques and...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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The final frontier: citizen astronauts counting down to blast off...

It may have seemed that there were few daring pastimes left for John Shoffner to pursue after a high-speed career spent as a sports car driver, airshow pilot and skydiver. That was until the...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Arsenal reject Aston Villa's 25m bid for Emile Smith Rowe...

Arsenal have rejected an offer in the region of 25 million from Aston Villa for Emile Smith Rowe. The attacking midfielder, 20, scored four goals and had seven assists in his breakthrough campaign...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Germany's Antonio Rdiger escapes Uefa punishment for allegedly nibbling France star Paul Pogba...

Uefa will take no action against Antonio Rdiger despite the Chelsea defender appearing to "nibble" Paul Pogba's back during Germany's defeat by France.Rdiger, 28, appeared to touch the Manchester...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Cummings still hasn't provided the smoking gun on Hancock and Johnson...

Having spent the best part of seven hours giving evidence to MPs last month, one might assume that Dominic Cummings had exhausted his supply of damaging claims about the government's handling of the...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Made.com shares slip on its first day as investors stay on the sofa...

Bankers have blamed investor fatigue for shares in Made.com slipping on their first day of trading despite the furniture retailer's IPO being priced at the bottom of its range.Shares in Made.com fell...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Ainslie may get chance to fight for America's Cup in home waters...

The possibility of the America's Cup being staged in British waters came a step closer today with the announcement by Team New Zealand (TNZ) that it has not been able to reach an agreement with the...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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This Saga could have a happy ending...

No one deserves a holiday more than Britain's older people after 15 months of risk and anxiety over Covid-19 and separation from friends and family. Bookings for Saga's cruises and tours bear this out...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Inflation pressure builds on watchful Bank...

If anyone doubted whether Britain was facing real inflation pressures, the Office for National Statistics has set the record straight. At 2.1 per cent last month, the annual consumer prices index...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Six perfect picnic wines for summer...

It feels as though we've been entertaining outside, huddled around fire pits or wrapped up in winter coats under the parasol with neighbours and friends, for weeks — but as we look forward to the...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Jocelyn Pook: Drawing Life review — profoundly affecting and sometimes uplifting...

Jocelyn PookDrawing LifeSimon LaksAnia VegryThis is music that comes straight from the human heart, that is, with its sufferings, hopes, and fleeting joys. A Schubert song cycle never leaves...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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GB News viewers complain to Ofcom about anti-lockdown diatribe...

GB News is under investigation by Ofcom after 373 viewers complained to the broadcasting watchdog about one of its first programmes.The regulator said that the complaints related to Dan Wootton's...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Rob Baxter tells players to stand up against 'inconsistent' England Rugby disciplinary system...

Rob Baxter has said that players need to rise up and challenge the disciplinary system, claiming that decisions are being influenced by the authorities' fear of legal ramifications.This week the...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Ashling Park's new vineyard lodges...

It was the blood-curdling screams that sparked a sense of dj vu. We were sitting on our terrace looking over corduroy-neat vineyards, in one of those deeply satisfied, half-asleep slumps that follow...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Euro 2020: Aleksei Miranchuk sinks resilient Finland and earns Russia first points...

Not for the first time in their long history with Finland, Russia were irritated by the resilience of their much smaller neighbours, but held out for a tight victory in Saint Petersburg, courtesy of...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Luca review — romance on the Riviera, Pixar-style...

Pixar has crafted a gorgeous parable about a delicately unfolding relationship, set in ravishing Italian landscape, between two young and idealistic sea monsters: it's The Shape of Water meets...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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The ultimate picnic guide: everything you need for the perfect park banquet...

The full cost of coronavirus will never be counted. The pandemic has not only interrupted lives and livelihoods — but lifestyle trends too.In the early days of 2020, #tablescaping was a hashtag on the...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Geneva summit: Pair of bitter prizefighters barely keep the gloves on...

Timings at international summits, especially the tense ones, are important. Given that President Putin was half an hour late for his 2018 meeting with President Trump in Helsinki and that President...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Top cellist's US tour in doubt after Home Office blunder...

A leading cellist's tour to America was under threat today after his passport was cancelled, apparently in error.Sheku Kanneh-Mason, 22, who played at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Giles Coren reviews Humble Chicken...

Angelo Sato is a Japanese-born chef who moved to Britain at the age of 17 to work for Clare Smyth at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay (not overly adored by me on these pages), trained under the great Adam...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Wimbledon men's and women's final tickets up for grabs in unprecedented online sale...

The first batch of about 200,000 Wimbledon tickets will be made available tomorrow afternoon as part of an unprecedented online sale that will include seats for the men's and women's singles finals....

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Jason Reynolds: 'I never blame children for anything — I blame us'...

Jason Reynolds has a chip on his shoulder that he hopes might be filled in now that he has won the Carnegie Medal, Britain's most prestigious prize for children's books. "The UK was the slowest to...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Virtue signalling is often a force for good...

The ubiquity of the phrase "virtue signalling", which describes empty displays of moral self-congratulation, is a testament to its effectiveness as an insult. The traits it implies are unpleasant ones...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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Spain goes like clappers to stop bell-theft epidemic...

A spate of robberies of church bells across Spain has prompted authorities to start a register of those that remain in depopulated villages and remote chapels.Thieves have struck mainly in the north...

 2021-06-16 16:00 

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The ultimate picnic guide: everything you need for the perfect park feast...

The full cost of coronavirus will never be counted. Beyond the obviously devastating effects there have been frivolous lifestyle changes, too.In the early days of 2020, #tablescaping was a hashtag on...

 2021-06-16 15:00 

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Women victims in epidemic of spy-camera voyeurism...

South Korea's position as the world's most wired society has given rise to an epidemic of "digital sex crime", in which men use tiny spy cameras to capture images of women without their consent.The...

 2021-06-16 14:35 

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Amazon tells social media giants to do more to stop fake reviews...

Amazon has told social media giants to take greater responsibility for fake reviews published on their platforms, saying the problem is increasingly outside of its control.The online shopping giant...

 2021-06-16 11:20 

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Cummings' WhatsApp messages: Johnson called Hancock 'hopeless'...

Boris Johnson described Matt Hancock's performance during the height of the Covid crisis as "totally f***ing hopeless" and discussed replacing him with Michael Gove, leaked messages from the prime...

 2021-06-16 11:00 

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With the shackles off, chief-creator Georginio Wijnaldum is key to Holland success...

At Rio de Janeiro's Estdio Nacional, the mood among those wearing orange was optimistic. Holland had narrowly missed out on a place in the World Cup final but beat hosts Brazil comfortably to finish...

 2021-06-16 11:00 

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Copenhagen review — trapped in an airless intellectual essay...

That overused adjective "dazzling" is often applied to Michael Frayn's award-winning study of the relationship between the Danish physicist Niels Bohr and his German counterpart Werner Heisenberg...

 2021-06-16 11:00 

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Scotland football fans told to stay at home ahead of England Euros clash...

Scotland football fans without tickets to Friday's game against England have been urged by the government not to travel to London amid fears that an influx of supporters may help to spread coronavirus...

 2021-06-16 11:00 

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F1's Martin and Alex Brundle on crashes and friendly rivalry...

One of my earliest memories is sitting in a cardboard box in our television room, watching Dad race in Formula One. He was driving for Benetton at the time, so my box was painted in matching colours...

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