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 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Victory City by Salman Rushdie review — a giddily enjoyable epic...

Rushdie's 15th novel, written before his attack, is mythic and magical, says Robert Douglas-Fairhurst...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Times pictures of the month: January 2023...

TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER RICHARD POHLE"I took this photograph in December but couldn't place it in a gallery then. After finishing the Sovereign's Parade at Sandhur...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Swimming on the Moon by Brian Conaghan review — a tough but hopeful tale of parents splitting up...

Brian Conaghan, winner of the Costa children's book award and a Carnegie Medal nominee, is best known for his young adult books such as The Bombs That Brought U...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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St Paul was not anti-women — take a look at his ministers...

'So what do you do?" The simple opening question that each one of us will be asked multiple times at any normal social gathering is one that fills me with dread...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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What you need to know if you are going back to work...

The government wants over-50s to go back to work to plug a shortfall in Britain's labour force — but does it actually make economic sense if you have already...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Lecturer who was Debussy expert died after struggle with mental illness...

A music lecturer at Glasgow University regarded as "one of the most talented musicologists of his generation" ended his life while staying with relatives who we...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Mark Stanley Price obituary...

In Oman the Arabian oryx, a white antelope with black markings, is celebrated as an elegant creature. It was natural in the late 1970s that the Sultan of Oman s...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Jojo Moyes at 53: 'I'm interested in grumpy, capable, complex women'...

Jojo Moyes developed a rather specific online auction site habit during lockdown, she says. She amassed portraits of women looking variously pissed off, a colle...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Podcast of the Week: Nature News from RSPB Scotland...

This enlightening podcast covers all things birds, from why they sing to the wader that shrinks its organs to fly long-distance...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Riga — Latvia's stag do capital has an arty alter ego...

The vibrant European city offers exceptional galleries, plus medieval and communist history, all for 20 return....

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Buy-to-let: Why more landlords are setting up companies...

More landlords are setting up companies to get around government measures and boost their profits....

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Scandi brands stay cool in the cold...

Milan, Paris, London and . . . Copenhagen? Nearly 30 brands showcased their autumn/winter collections in the Danish capital this week but you've probably never...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Davis Cup: Dan Evans's worst loss since 2018 hands Britain horror start...

Dan Evans suffered his worst defeat in more than four years as Great Britain's Davis Cup qualifier away to Colombia got off to a disastrous start.The British No...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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SNP councils face sanctions for failing to hire enough teachers...

Nicola Sturgeon is set to punish her own SNP councils after they said her demand to hire more teachers "cannot be met". The first minister threatened last wee...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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England vs Scotland: Steve Borthwick's new dawn promises show of heart and soul...

Hanging in a prominent position in the World Rugby museum at Twickenham is a newly-commissioned painting depicting a scene from one of the first rugby matches b...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Pete Horne: Sione Tuipulotu stardust can bring the best out of Finn Russell for Scotland...

In an interview in The Times this week the former Scotland and British & Irish Lions centre Alan Tait excitedly remarked that Scotland's backline is as strong a...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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NS&I bonds offer highest rate since 2010...

NS&I has put savings bonds on general sale again with its highest rates for more than a decade...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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England vs Scotland: Shock selections set stage for what could be a classic...

Looking at the two teams lining up at Twickenham today, you could be forgiven for thinking we were at the start of the World Cup cycle rather than near its end. This year's tournament in France is just a few months away so selection headaches should h...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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BBC worker jailed after holding wife under water...

A husband who frogmarched his asthmatic wife into a loch and held her head underwater as she fought for her life has been jailed for four years. Paul Brown, w...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Times letters: Breaking the logjam on trade with the EU...

Sir, Katy Balls is right that the role of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) is likely to prove the most contentious aspect of any settlement with the EU over the Northern Ireland protocol ("...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Luke Crosbie leads bid to outflank restyled England...

The 2022 Six Nations was short and not so sweet for Jamie Ritchie. It began and ended against England at Murrayfield and it lasted barely an hour before he was taken off with a hamstring injury. Game over, championship over and, as it turned out, season o...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Record BP profits set to fuel debate...

BP is set to reignite the debate over oil and gas company incomes next week if, as expected, it reports a record $28 billion profit for last year.Analysts expect the oil major to report an underlying profit of just over $5 billion in the fourth quarter, t...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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From Drummo's Neds to the big league, Mark Watt continues to thrive as one of cricket's rebels...

There is an element of the outsider about Mark Watt that obviously serves him well. A rebellious streak — surely a necessity for any spin bowler — that is very much a product of his environment. As Scotland pursue the twin aims of a Cricket Wo...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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The easy way to give plants a new lease of life...

It's the perfect time to lift and divide tired perennials and ornamental grasses. Joe Swift gives his expert advice on the easy way to give plants a new lease of life....

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Total admits $3bn exposure to Adani and welcomes audit...

TotalEnergies welcomed plans to appoint a "big four" accounting firm to audit Adani, which is reeling from a short-selling attack, as it revealed that it had a $3.1 billion exposure.The French company, one of the largest foreign investors in Adani...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Aberlour Rob Roy cocktail recipe...

Try making this Rob Roy cocktail recipe from the Aberlour Distillery in Speyside, created for the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival....

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Offices get busier 'with workers fed up at home'...

Office workers are returning to the workplace in greater numbers than at any point in the past 20 months, a snapshot of building occupancy suggests.Average...

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Erik Ten Hag: Mason Greenwood issue can't distract Man United squad...

Erik ten Hag has urged his Manchester United players not to be distracted by the club's investigation into Mason Greenwood and their moral dilemma over whether to reintegrate him into the team....

 2023-02-04 00:01 

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Fixed mortgage rates drop below 4% for first time since September...

The Bank of England's base rate is up again but the cheapest mortgage rates are better than they were in 2022...

 2023-02-04 00:00 

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How to talk to kids about cancer...

How do you talk to your child about cancer? It's a question that thousands of parents have to confront, either explaining to their children their own diagnoses...

 2023-02-04 00:00 

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Granny daycare: have the silver saviours had enough?...

When her daughter was 18 months old, Anna Whitehouse reached breaking point. Working relentless hours as a copywriter while spending the equivalent of "a seco...

 2023-02-04 00:00 

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The Times Diary: The servants were to blame...

David Davis has endeared himself to the civil service by telling the Institute for Government that Whitehall did a "really crap job" with Brexit. Perhaps the blameless former Brexit secretary is still miffed that they refused his request for the u...

 2023-02-03 22:30 

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Samsung boss wouldn't give child under 11 a smartphone...

The UK boss of Samsung Mobile has said he would not give a smartphone to a child of primary school age. James Kitto said his daughter was not given a smartpho...

 2023-02-03 22:30 

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Tax department's diversity officers 'cost 1.3m a year'...

HM Revenue and Customs has 22 full-time diversity officers, costing the taxpayer an estimated 1,393,885 a year, it was claimed yesterday. The Guido Fawkes webs...

 2023-02-03 22:30 

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Neil MacGregor: We can learn from Germany when it comes to being honest about the past...

Neil MacGregor always reminds me of a pot of yoghurt. He once told me that as a child growing up in 1950s Glasgow on stodgy porridge and salt, his first taste...

 2023-02-03 22:30 

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We're tough on crime again, Labour tells voters...

Labour is to focus on Sir Keir Starmer's history of prosecuting the country's worst criminals in a return to the party's promise under Tony Blair to be "toug...

 2023-02-03 22:30 

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Plain-speaking judge explains divorce decision in letter to boys...

A family court judge has written a poignant, plain-English letter to two boys caught up in a custody battle in which he reveals that he told their divorcing par...

 2023-02-03 22:15 

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How NHS Somerset is revolutionising the way we care for our elderly...

The elderly patients on Exmoor Ward are forbidden from spending their days in bed in a hospital gown. Every morning they must get themselves up and dressed in...

 2023-02-03 22:15 

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Seven new signings, over 300m spent but Chelsea draw another blank...

Todd Boehly folded his arms, leant back in his seat and puffed out his cheeks. His Chelsea had just come close to a late winner, courtesy of David Datro Fofana, one of the many new arrivals in their winter splurge, but while this was a promising night for...

 2023-02-03 22:00 

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Bradford hits the right note for new Brit School...

The medley of Bradfordian pop begins with Kiki Dee and peaks, so far, with Gareth Gates and a member of One Direction. The world had better watch out, though: t...

 2023-02-03 22:00 

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Drought could take Iberico ham off the menu...

The black Iberian pig, fed mainly on acorns, produces a dry-cured ham that has become a delicacy internationally. But drought has devastated acorns, reducing...

 2023-02-03 22:00 

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Police change tack to loosen fentanyl's grip on San Francisco...

As the tech workers from the nearby offices of Twitter and Uber hurry to and fro while making the most of their lunch break, the hundreds of drug users gathered...

 2023-02-03 22:00 

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Britain's teen mental health crisis: diary of a psychiatric nurse...

Jack, the introverted, unusually sweet-mannered son of teachers, shrugs a signature shrug and says nothing. But is that the curvature of a smile I can see?"This...

 2023-02-03 22:00 

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Resolving pay dispute is vital to tackling health service crises, says new head of NHS Providers...

When the pandemic struck, Julian Hartley was chief executive of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, watching with trepidation the chaos unfolding across the cou...

 2023-02-03 22:00 

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China sets sights on Antarctic bases to become a polar power...

Beijing is to expand its presence in Antarctica with a base to promote "the marine economy" and become an ocean power, according to state media. It will build...

 2023-02-03 21:45 

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The small-pot pension penalty that could ruin your retirement...

Savers are losing track of their pensions and paying far too much in charges — and some of that is because of auto-enrolment, researchers say.The government...

 2023-02-03 21:45 

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Rishi Sunak trying not to look over his shoulder...

On Wednesday the great and good of the Conservative Party gathered for a 1920s-themed evening at an exclusive club in west London.More than 500 MPs, peers, do...

 2023-02-03 21:40 

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Get off our land! Farmers turfed out for solar panels...

For generations Rob Sturdy's family have tended to their farm and produced wheat, rapeseed oil and barley in the town of Malton, celebrated by chefs as Yorkshir...

 2023-02-03 21:10 

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Polly Tearooms fears the heavy tread of Arvato debt collectors...

The owner of a tea room that has been in business for 111 years has told how debt agents for British Gas threatened to disconnect his electricity, which would...

 2023-02-03 21:00 

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The Times view on Sir Keir Starmer and strikes: Labour's Choices...

JESSICA TAYLOR/UK PARLIAMENT/Getty ImagesSir Keir Starmer has been reluctant to commit his party to any particular course of actionAs the country braces for ano...

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