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 2022-08-08 04:00 

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Setting goals can make students eat their greens...

A diet of baked beans, toast and fast food often means freshers settling into university are somewhat heavier when they come home at the end of term.However, s...

 2022-08-07 23:01 

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Rishi Sunak's vision for education leaves no child behind...

The education of our children today lays the foundation for our society and economy tomorrow. I was the minister responsible for school reform for many years. I worked with the profession to help transform England's schools and bring an exceptional ed...

 2022-08-07 23:01 

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Water shortages would be a needless failure of planning...

This week's forecast heatwave looks set to tip England even closer to an official drought. England faces serious risks of water shortage especially in the drier...

 2022-08-07 23:01 

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Small businesses must thrive for levelling up to succeed...

Our organisations have spent much of the past two years talking to the public and to small businesses about levelling up. We have uncovered a deep sense of emot...

 2022-08-07 23:01 

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Liz Truss will deliver a new deal for Britain and fairness for all...

New leadership offers us new opportunities. It offers us a chance for change and to refocus ourselves on the most pressing issues up and down the United Kingdom.The hustings have given us an insight into what really matters to individuals, families and co...

 2022-08-07 23:00 

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Alastair Little obituary...

In 1985, the chef Alastair Little opened his eponymous restaurant in Frith Street, Soho, and rapidly became the most famous chef in London. Rather than pursue the conventional Michelin star approach to dcor and cuisine, Little positively refused to play t...

 2022-08-07 21:00 

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Van der Valk review — serial killers and a sexy sleuth — but no soul...

Van der ValkITVThe Real WindsorsChannel 4I have given this some thought and decided that I don't really have it in me to be a serial killer. I couldn'...

 2022-08-07 20:30 

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Boris Johnson's allies accused of trying to kill No 10 parties investigation...

Allies of Boris Johnson have been accused of trying to "kill off" a parliamentary inquiry into whether he knowingly misled MPs over the lockdown parties scandal...

 2022-08-07 18:30 

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Erik Ten Hag: It'll be one hell of a job to fix Manchester United...

Erik ten Hag admitted that he had an enormous task on his hands as his Manchester United reign began with a disappointing 2-1 defeat by Brighton & Hove Albion....

 2022-08-07 18:00 

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Burn review — Alan Cumming dances, and puffs, through the life of the poet...

It's the turn of another actor to try his hand at dance. While the octogenarian Ian McKellen dips his toe into a new discipline in the choreographer Peter...

 2022-08-07 17:30 

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West Ham v Man City: Imperious Erling Haaland sends stark message to champions' rivals...

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 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Taiwan tracks China in high seas game of cat and mouse...

Taiwanese patrol ships monitored Chinese destroyers and frigates in the Taiwan Strait today as the two sides played naval cat and mouse in the wake of Nancy Pelosi's visit.Dozens of Chinese warships crossed the median line of the strait on the last of...

 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Consul held over husband's 'sex game death'...

A German diplomat has been arrested in Rio de Janeiro for allegedly killing his husband at their home and attempting to cover up the crime.Uwe Herbert Hahn, th...

 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Ministers back more hosepipe bans as dry weather threatens supplies...

Hosepipe bans look set to spread further across the country after the environment secretary urged water companies to "preserve supplies".Three water companies have already announced bans and at least three more have said that they cannot rule out ...

 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Tory peer Michelle Mone pays out 50,000 to end row over 'racism' claim...

A Tory peer has agreed to settle a legal claim brought by a financial consultant who accused her of calling him a "waste of a man's white skin".Baroness Mone, 50, was said to have sent the message to Richard Lynton-Jonesin a row on WhatsApp in...

 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad group on brink of agreeing ceasefire...

Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group were tonight on the brink of calling a halt to three days of hostilities in which more than 30 people including six children were killed in Gaza.The fighting was the worst outbreak of violence in the long-run...

 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Eilidh McIntyre: The fear of going again at Paris Olympics and failing is really hard...

Eilidh McIntyre should be on the crest of a wave right now, seamlessly following her gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics with a laser-like focus on repeating the feat at Paris in 2024....

 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Girl, 11, dies after going missing in Windsor water park tragedy...

An 11-year-old girl has died after going missing during a friend's birthday party at a water park in Windsor.The child, who is yet to be named, "didn't come back up" after she was seen going underwater at Liquid Leisure near Datchet, Berks...

 2022-08-07 17:00 

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Pressure, rivalry, dysfunction inside Ferrari's F1 failings...

"Ferrari is like a religion," Felipe Massa, who won multiple grands prix driving for the team, says. If the Michael Schumacher years were its divine heyday, th...

 2022-08-07 16:00 

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Commonwealth Games: England women claim first hockey gold with victory over Australia...

For the second day in a row, England led Australia 2-0 at the University of Birmingham. Unlike with the men on Saturday night, this time the women held on and won their first Commonwealth hockey gold....

 2022-08-07 15:30 

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Erik Ten Hag suffers defeat in first Premier League match in charge after Pascal Gross first-half double...

"Can we play you every week," enquired Brighton's merry fans after Pascal Gross' first exploited abject United defending. "You're getting sacked in the morning," they serenaded Erik ten Hag even before Gross' second again h...

 2022-08-07 15:30 

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James Maddison shines for Leicester City before Brentford fight back...

Brentford fought back from two goals down to salvage a point against Leicester on an afternoon where James Maddison's further displayed his importance to the Foxes....

 2022-08-07 14:00 

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Matthew Hudson-Smith denied a 400m gold medal by teenage progidy...

Matthew Hudson-Smith was denied a 400m gold medal by a breathtaking late surge from a teenage Zambian prodigy today. The effort took so much out of Muzala Samukonga that he then tripped over an advertising hoarding, threw up and left the Alexander Stadium...

 2022-08-07 13:00 

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Commonwealth Games: England lose out on bronze medal in defeat to New Zealand...

England have come away from the Commonwealth Games without a medal after being comprehensively beaten by eight wickets by New Zealand in the bronze match...

 2022-08-07 11:30 

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Callum Hudson-Odoi wants to leave Chelsea on loan this summer...

Tottenham Hotspur have stepped up their efforts to sign Nicolo Zaniolo but have been told that the attacking midfielder will cost more than 45million....

 2022-08-07 11:00 

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Seann Walsh review — post-Strictly despair makes for delicious comedy...

Public disgrace, alcoholism, despair, post-traumatic stress disorder, drug addiction, suicide bids. Seann Walsh has the grimmest ingredients around in his...

 2022-08-07 11:00 

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DMP Durham Sharks resort to crowdfunding efforts to stay in Premier 15s...

DMP Durham Sharks have until Monday to secure the estimated 50,000 they need to fundraise in order to avoid expelltion from the Allianz Premier 15s, the top-flight of women's rugby in England....

 2022-08-06 23:01 

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Londoners get 38 per cent less for their money in the countryside than five years ago...

Keen housing-market watchers will have heard of the "race for space". The great exodus from the cities to the countryside sent prices soaring in rural hotspots...

 2022-08-06 23:01 

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How the heatwave is turning subsidence into a hot issue...

There is one heatwave hot issue that no one is talking about, but it is set to hit record-breaking levels along with soaring temperatures this summer: subsiden...

 2022-08-06 23:01 

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'Council tax hikes are forcing me to sell my Welsh holiday lets'...

Our net profit of 14,000 for the two holiday-let properties we have owned in Solva, Pembrokeshire, for nine years is going to be wiped out next year by a chang...

 2022-08-06 23:01 

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Teaser 3124...

Lawn Order A gardener was laying out the border of a new lawn; he had placed a set of straight lawn edging strips, of lengths 16, 8, 7, 7, 7, 5, 4, 4, 4 & 4 fee...

 2022-08-06 23:01 

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Sky Bet Championship: Vincent Kompany looks on bright side as bullied Burnley flounder...

Looking as fit and strong as he did in his Manchester City heyday, Vincent Kompany strode across the Turf Moor pitch before his first home Championship game in charge of Burnley with the applause of the crowd ringing in his ears and a wide grin across his...

 2022-08-06 23:01 

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Jarrod Bowen: I'm not thinking about having time off this winter. I want to get my name in that World Cup squad...

Jarrod Bowen was sitting with his dad in the front of the old family truck, the same truck they drove to games in when Bowen was a boy and his dad was manager o...

 2022-08-06 21:00 

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Rishi Sunak pledges billions more to ease crisis...

Rishi Sunak has pledged to introduce another multibillion-pound package to help ease the cost of living crisis...

 2022-08-06 21:00 

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Commonwealth Games: 'It wasn't mean to be' Keely Hodgkinson gets 800m silver again...

At some point silver will turn to gold for Keely Hodgkinson, and it will be her considerable talent as perhaps the most exciting British middle-distance runner...

 2022-08-06 18:30 

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Commonwealth Games: World champion Jake Wightman beaten — but not broken...

Jake Wightman has emerged from a pack of quality British middle-distance runners to sit alone as a world champion. His win in Oregon two weeks ago was one of those shock-and-awe delights, a Nordic superstar in his wake and a new future ahead of him. It is...

 2022-08-06 17:45 

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South Africa v New Zealand: All Blacks fail to live with brutal Springboks...

There was not much to worry France in the opening game of the 2022 Rugby Championship on show here. The same, perhaps, cannot be said for the world's second-bes...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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The West must know this — if Putin faces defeat, he may go nuclear...

Vladimir Putin had hoped for a swift and overwhelming victory, the capture of Kyiv and the crippling of Ukraine as a functioning state. But six months after...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Lady Luck has played a big part in building my career...

I think I've been incredibly lucky during my life. But you have to work at being lucky, recognise it and take advantage of luck when it comes. I've been on this...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Next hit with HMRC inquiry after payroll blunders...

Next celebrated its 40th birthday in style last month. The retailer's feted boss, Lord (Simon) Wolfson, mingled with head-office staff and store managers in a c...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Britain on a tightrope: just how bad will a recession be?...

Liz Kemp saw how customers reacted to the cost of living crisis in April. When energy bills increased by 54 per cent and everyone was talking about prices outst...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Gareth Thomas: Life and times of rugby star who became an HIV campaigner...

Gareth Thomas broke one of the most enduring taboos in sport when he came out publicly in 2009. In the macho world of rugby, an openly gay player was almost unheard of — certainly one with the profile of "Alfie", as Thomas's teammates kn...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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House of the Dragon: Paddy Considine opens up about his astonishing childhood...

The first Game of Thrones spin-off starts with a penis being chopped off, before a man delivers an important speech in a writhing brothel. And, just like that,...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Want to bask in a natural beauty spot? You'll need to book a ticket...

Stretching just over 12 miles eastwards along the Mediterranean coast from Marseilles to Cassis, the Calanques national park is one of the most beautiful spots...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Commonwealth Games: England lose nerve to end their gold medal hopes...

England's gold-medal chances were ended yesterday when they lost a tightly contested semi-final against India by four runs in front of the biggest crowd to watch a women's cricket international in this country since the 2017 World Cup final at Lor...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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'I transitioned after 15 years as a Met police officer — and everything changed'...

It was after 20 years working as an officer for the Metropolitan Police, the first 15 as a man and later as a woman, that Natalie Ashton decided it was time to...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Alex Massie: Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss are living in another world...

The economic crisis has made their campaign promises look ridiculous...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Nothing's altered — except that I'm not afraid to sing...

Clare Grogan is ready to perform the first new songs for Altered Images for 40 years...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Steve Parish: To build on Lionesses's legacy we need a sustainable women's league that doesn't only favour the top four...

It has been an incredible week for women's football. Winning the European Championship was a landmark achievement for England and the infectious joy of the team...

 2022-08-06 17:00 

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Rishi Sunak interview: My wife definitely drinks... it massively irritates her that I don't...

Rishi Sunak has a cheeky grin on his face. The former chancellor of the exchequer's head bops from side to side as he starts to rap: "Stop, collaborate and list...

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