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 2022-06-16 17:00 

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Calm, personable and innovative Matthew Mott can take England's white-ball side to another level...

The great Allan Border, the former Australia captain, was notoriously grumpy and uncompromising — and that was just with his own team. Another great Australian...

 2022-06-16 17:00 

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Netherlands v England: Seamers seeking World Cup places as opportunity knocks...

It is a sign of the times and England's white-ball strength that, in the middle of a Test series on the other side of the North Sea, Eoin Morgan's side are well...

 2022-06-16 17:00 

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Tourist boom threatens China's Butterfly Valley...

A rare "explosion" of millions of butterflies emerging en masse in southwest China is under threat from surging numbers of tourists, conservationists have wa...

 2022-06-16 17:00 

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If Leicester Tigers' Steve Borthwick can find a way past Saracens, surely the England job is his...

A word of advice for the RFU: if Leicester Tigers find a way to beat Saracens in the Gallagher Premiership final, forget about the search for the next England h...

 2022-06-16 17:00 

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How new coach Matthew Mott went from teasing Allan Border to fixing Brendon McCullum...

The great Allan Border, the former Australia captain, was notoriously grumpy and uncompromising — and that was just with his own team. Another great Australian...

 2022-06-16 16:45 

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Singapore's lab-bred mosquitoes swarm to tackle dengue fever outbreak...

Production of mosquitoes grown in the laboratory to stymie the spread of dengue fever is to be sped up after an outbreak in Singapore and the rest of Asia. The city state, which has seen a sharp rise in cases this year, breeds a species of male mosquito t...

 2022-06-16 16:20 

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Quentin Letts: The writing was on the wall for Lord Geidt...

Lord Geidt's snorter of a letter, complete with his hypnotically neat signature, was published at 11.37am. This came an hour too late for a Commons urgent quest...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Everything you need to know about moving to Wakefield...

A great choice if you're looking for a more affordable alternative to Leeds, with easy access to the countryside...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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What you get for 400,000 in Derbyshire, London, North Yorkshire, Norfolk, Spain and more...

A selection of the best properties that are on sale now in the UK and Spain...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Maybourne Riviera hotel review: 'Claridge's has gone on holiday'...

The difference can best be summed up in a word: socks. Boris Messmer absorbed the Maybourne Hotel Group's ethos for six years while working at Claridge's, the B...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Prague: your weekend break sorted...

Beneath its frothy pilsner top of raucous beer halls, the Czech capital has so much culture to discover — whether that's treading the cobbles of Prague Castle o...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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NHS Scotland apologises for saying eunuch should be gender identity...

SNP ministers have apologised after a document published by the NHS said "eunuch" should be recognised as a formal gender identity.The paper shared claims from...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Lamb kofta recipe — the coolest kebabs for a summer barbecue...

These Middle Eastern-style kebabs are packed full of flavour — really good with a fresh tabouleh salad and tzatziki. I also love them crammed into pitta bread w...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Questions for future of Commonwealth as it welcomes Gabon to the club...

The Commonwealth is preparing to welcome its latest member to the "family of nations" — the tiny, oil-rich Gabon, ruled by one of Africa's longest running and most corrupt political dynasties.The Prince of Wales, representing the Queen, ...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Paris ballet chief Aurlie Dupont quits after revolt over star dancer Franois Alu...

Football managers know the scenario only too well. They fall out with the star player, incur the wrath of the fans, face calls for their resignation and end up...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Ruth Ozeki: the Buddhist priest who won the Women's prize for fiction...

Ruth Ozeki wears many hats. She's a film director (her 1995 documentary Halving the Bones was nominated for the Grand Jury prize at Sundance), a creative writin...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Germany hit by 'summer wave' of coronavirus...

Germany is going through a "summer wave" of Covid-19 with the nationwide infection rate among the highest levels in Europe.The public have been urged to wear ma...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Madonna twerking with the bride, an ex-boyfriend wrestled to the ground — and a diamond thong...

Prince AndrewGood morning! Happy "First Cancelled Plane to Rwanda Full of Refugees" Week! Pop a note in your diary so you can remember to celebrate the first a...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Gage & Tollner, New York, restaurant review: 'the Big Apple has got its mojo back'...

If recent jaunts — to Sicily, Paris and now NYC — are anything to go by, droves of Brits have fallen on the opportunity to travel again after the small-island c...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Peter Scott-Morgan obituary...

One day in late 2016 Peter Scott- Morgan, an internationally renowned scientist and management consultant with a PhD in robotics, noticed he could not wiggle his toes, at least not when he wanted to. A few weeks later, while near the Arctic Circle hoping ...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Delayed ferries now obsolete, former Ferguson Marine boss Jim McColl says...

Two delayed ferries that are projected to cost taxpayers 250 million are now "obsolete" due to the levels of pollution they emit, according to the businessman...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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McDonald's pays record 1.25bn fine to settle tax evasion inquiry...

McDonald's has agreed to pay a record 1.25 billion to the French authorities to avoid prosecution for tax evasion.Under the agreement, the fast-food chain will...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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Scorned McColl turns his fury on former friends...

Hell hath no fury like a contractor scorned. Jim McColl was once the SNP's favourite businessman — friend of Alex Salmond, lauded by Nicola Sturgeon. These days he is a man rejected, fighting to save his reputation after the failed contract with...

 2022-06-16 16:00 

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There's lots we can do to revive the economy...

When Boris Johnson became prime minister, he promised to make Britain "the greatest place on earth". It was, of course, the ultimate politician's promise, so va...

 2022-06-16 15:50 

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Boris Johnson's 'bullying' of lawyers has led to death threats, says Bar chief...

England's chief barrister has accused the prime minister of "bullying" lawyers and says some have even received death threats as a result.Mark Fenhalls QC, the...

 2022-06-16 15:40 

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BBC 'breached impartiality' as Global Butterflies training told journalists to lobby for trans rights...

The BBC hired a transgender campaign group to conduct staff training in which journalists were encouraged to lobby politicians on gender identity issues. The corporation hosted the Global Butterflies training earlier this week and participants were told t...

 2022-06-16 15:20 

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British Gymnastics: Fat-shaming, humiliation and physical abuse of children as young as seven, report finds...

The British Olympic sports system and its "cash for medals" approach is facing calls for a big overhaul after a damning report into the widespread abuse of chil...

 2022-06-16 15:20 

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British Gymnastics: Children as young as seven abused in culture of medals before welfare, report finds...

The British Olympic system and its "cash for medals" approach is facing calls for a big overhaul after a damning report into the widespread abuse of children as...

 2022-06-16 15:15 

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Michael Gove: We can't help everyone with cost of living...

Britain must accept that there will be "pain" to come and that the government cannot help everyone, Michael Gove said after the Bank of England warned that infl...

 2022-06-16 15:00 

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From bowling on coconut mats to travels with King Viv when county cricket went Dutch...

Jimmy Adams was lying in Musgrove Park Hospital with a fractured cheekbone. West Indies were on their 1995 tour to England, with Curtly Ambrose, Kenny Benjamin,...

 2022-06-16 15:00 

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German households urged to cut gas use as Russia 'throttles' supply...

Russia has "throttled" the supply of gas to Germany, raising the prospect of shortages over the coming winter as Berlin urges households to use less energy.Germ...

 2022-06-16 14:30 

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The Scorer: Rare Kiwi joy, chases catching on, and the Tom Price is right...

England have taken to Brendon McCullum — or "Baz" as he is suddenly ubiquitously known, despite the fact that two thirds of those letters are nowhere in his nam...

 2022-06-16 14:15 

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Pope advises couples against sex before marriage...

The Pope has told couples not to have sex before marriage, showing that despite his outreach to gays and divorcees, he is still a stickler for pre-marital celib...

 2022-06-16 14:00 

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The pop break-ups that made us cry...

From the Beatles to One Direction, Times writers recall when their favourite bands called it a day...

 2022-06-16 14:00 

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Australia v England: Cook Cup to be renamed Ella-Mobbs trophy after Australian protests...

Captain James Cook's name has been removed from the trophy that England and Australia play for in Test matches, with it modernised and renamed the "Ella-Mobbs"...

 2022-06-16 13:35 

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Italian Communist Party citadel gets a revolutionary makeover — into a luxury hotel...

The former headquarters of what was the largest communist party in the West is undergoing a revolution in reverse as the one-time centre of political intrigue during the Cold War is converted into a luxury hotel.The elegant building close to the Capitolin...

 2022-06-16 13:25 

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Sussex wine's protected status is a joke, say Kent vineyards...

Rivalry between Kent and Sussex extends to many things: Where are the better beaches? Which is more picturesque, the North or the South Downs? And, now a new argument, which county makes the better plonk?Winemakers in Kent have criticised a government dec...

 2022-06-16 13:00 

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Lloyds boss Charlie Nunn: Interest rates may not rise as rapidly as markets expect...

Interest rates may not rise as quickly as financial markets expect, the boss of Lloyds Banking Group has said. Charlie Nunn pointed out that yield curves were pricing in expectations of UK rates hitting at least 3 per cent within the next 12 months. Howev...

 2022-06-16 12:45 

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US special forces capture senior Isis leader in Syrian village...

American special forces troops were deployed from Chinook and Black Hawk helicopters in a pre-dawn raid to capture a senior Islamic State leader from his hideout northern Syria. Hani Ahmed Al-Kurdi, known as the governor of Raqqa, the terror group's f...

 2022-06-16 12:40 

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Halfords slows down on route through cost of living crisis...

Shares in Halfords slumped 20 per cent after the car parts and bicycles chain warned that the cost of living crunch was hurting consumer confidence....

 2022-06-16 12:35 

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England v New Zealand: Jamie Overton called into squad for third Test...

Jamie Overton, the Surrey pace bowler, has been called up to England's squad for the third Test against New Zealand, which begins at Headingley next Thursday. O...

 2022-06-16 12:30 

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Thousands of patients left in hospital because of social care crisis...

Thousands of people ready to leave hospital are unable to be discharged because the social care sector is in crisis, NHS chief have warned.Each day last month l...

 2022-06-16 12:20 

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World's first human 'cyborg' Dr Peter Scott-Morgan dies aged 64...

The "heartbroken"; family of a robotics expert famous for being the world's first human cyborg has paid tribute to his trailblazing "vision" after he died at the...

 2022-06-16 11:40 

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Agency workers will replace striking rail staff, Grant Shapps says...

Ministers will install agency workers on the railways if strikes drag on, the transport secretary has said.Grant Shapps insisted the government will "look at a full range of options" to deal with future strikes including legislation to allow agenc...

 2022-06-16 11:30 

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Bank of England's caution reflects fears of a recession...

The Bank of England is sticking to incrementalism, preferring a gradual pace of interest rate rises as central banks such as the US Federal Reserve abandon caut...

 2022-06-16 11:20 

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Brisbane car owner gives thief a lift — 6ft into the air...

An Australian car thief was left humiliated after the vehicle's owner chased and hoisted the fleeing vehicle off the ground with a forklift.Brendan Mills returned to his Brisbane home on Sunday afternoon, spying a woman attempting to leave in his red ...

 2022-06-16 11:10 

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Share buybacks fuel Informa and Harbour Energy...

Share buybacks were in focus as Informa and Harbour Energy led the small band of blue-chip FTSE 100 risers in morning trading....

 2022-06-16 11:05 

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Lord Geidt resigns over Boris Johnson's plan for 'deliberate breach of ministerial code'...

Boris Johnson is under mounting pressure to publish a resignation letter from his ethics watchdog after a minister suggested that he quit because of a "pretty rough grilling" by MPs.Lord Geidt, a former private secretary to the Queen, announced hi...

 2022-06-16 11:00 

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Joan As Police Woman review — languorous songs for a sultry night...

Joan As Police Woman review — languorous songs for a sultry night...

 2022-06-16 11:00 

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Interest rates rise as Bank of England warns of 11% inflation...

The Bank of England has raised interest rates to 1.25 per cent in its fifth consecutive rate rise as it warned that inflation would exceed 11 per cent in October....

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