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 2022-06-17 08:55 

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How Trump put pressure on Pence to block Biden victory...

Donald Trump sought to plunge America into a "revolution within a constitutional crisis" with a campaign to pressure Mike Pence, the vice-president, to overturn...

 2022-06-17 08:45 

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Russia isn't ashamed of Ukraine war, says Lavrov...

Russia's foreign minister has claimed that Russia "didn't invade Ukraine" and also said that the nation is not "squeaky clean" and is not ashamed of showing it...

 2022-06-17 08:30 

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Zach Mercer: Eddie Jones asked me about England availability but I'm staying in France...

Zach Mercer has revealed Eddie Jones enquired about his availability for the summer tour to Australia — but the Montpellier No 8 told the England head coach he...

 2022-06-17 08:20 

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Tory voters waver as Labour's poll lead holds firm...

1. Poll positionAnd so another week in British politics ends where it began: with No 10 besieged and Labour ahead in the polls. YouGov's survey of voting intent...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Tesco sales hit by 'unprecedented' cost of living increases...

Sales at Tesco's UK and Ireland stores have fallen as shoppers have already started trading down to cheaper basics such as pasta and bread as household budgets come under pressure....

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Sadio Man's Bayern Munich move edges closer as clubs plan fresh talks...

Sadio Man's move to Bayern Munich is edging closer after a delegation from the German club headed for face-to-face talks with Liverpool.The Bayern sporting dir...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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China tests US resolve with new aircraft carrier...

China launched its third and most advanced aircraft carrier this morning, as Beijing seeks to rival the US navy as the world's most dominant maritime power. The carrier, with a displacement of 80,000 tonnes, is bigger than HMS Queen Elizabeth, the Bri...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors claim fourth title in eight years with win against Boston Celtics...

The Golden State Warriors cemented their place as one of the NBA's great dynasties with Thursday's 103-90 Game Six win over the Boston Celtics sealing their fou...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Tesco sales boosted by Booker cash-and-carry business...

Good morning: The supermarket chain Tesco has reported that like-for-like sales across the group rose 2 per cent in the first three months of its financial year...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Elon Musk tells Twitter staff to expect job cuts...

Elon Musk addressed Twitter employees yesterday for the first time since announcing his planned $44 billion takeover of the social media company and said he thought jobs would have to be cut....

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Two Nigerian schoolgirls are found 8 years after abduction...

Two of the schoolgirls abducted by jihadists in the remote Nigerian town of Chibok eight years ago have been found by soldiers on patrol. The pair, now mothers,...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Biden forced to change his tune on Saudi in bid for oil...

If President Biden needed proof that his Saudi Arabian sojourn would be a difficult diplomatic needle to thread, he could have found it opposite the back of the...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Calvin Ramsay: From idol to his understudy how Liverpool's new right back has modelled his game on Trent Alexander-Arnold...

Like his idol Trent Alexander-Arnold, Calvin Ramsay is a right back who started his career as a central midfielder. It is less than two months ago that, upon re...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Gatwick set to cancel one in ten flights during summer holidays...

Up to one in ten flights will be cancelled at Gatwick airport over the school holidays under plans designed to prevent further chaos for holidaymakers.After...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Prince and Princess Michael of Kent to retire from public life...

Prince and Princess Michael of Kent are stepping down from public life, with an official announcement expected in days, it emerged last night.The retirement of...

 2022-06-17 08:00 

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Spectre of inflation hangs over bullish attitudes emerging from pandemic...

Post-Covid confidence could not mask staffing problems, says financial editor Patrick Hosking...

 2022-06-17 07:05 

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How can I help my employees get to work during the planned rail strikes?...

How can I help my employees navigate the planned rail strikes? If they are late getting to work because of the strikes, do I have to pay them?...

 2022-06-17 00:40 

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Companies to face multimillion fines for nuisance calls...

Companies badgering people with nuisance calls could face fines of up to 17.5 million under new plans to be announced by the government.The Data Reform bill ma...

 2022-06-17 00:30 

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Rory McIlroy hot putter leads a European charge at Brookline...

Golf broke out yesterday. After all the inter-tour squabbling, the rewards on offer at the US Open were highlighted by a Rory McIlroy cameo as he stood awkwardl...

 2022-06-16 21:30 

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British Gymnastics: How abuse scandal rocked the sport and what it must do next...

The Whyte Review may be the most damning report in the history of British Olympic sport, with devastating details of child abuse affecting hundreds of gymnasts...

 2022-06-16 21:00 

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The Lazarus Project review — time to save the world! Then again... and again...

The Lazarus Project Sky Max/Now Who Do You Think You Are? BBC1 Anyone who watched Giri/Haji will know that Joe Barton's dramas are unpredictable,...

 2022-06-16 20:55 

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Russian spy who tried to infiltrate the International Criminal Court studied in Dublin...

A Russian spy who attempted to infiltrate the International Criminal Court in the Hague spent years studying at Trinity College Dublin under a bogus identity....

 2022-06-16 20:55 

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Irish security services helped to stop Russian spy infiltrating the International Criminal Court...

Irish security services stopped Russian spy infiltrating the International Criminal Court. The spy spent years studying at Trinity College Dublin under a bogus identity....

 2022-06-16 20:20 

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Want to dress for success in the heat? The rules are more complicated for men...

Your weather app might be showing temperatures to rival those at the Love Island villa but it's unlikely you'll want to wear a thong bikini to cope with the hea...

 2022-06-16 20:10 

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Elon Musk is an embarrassment, say SpaceX staff...

Employees at Elon Musk's SpaceX are agitating for the billionaire to rein in his behaviour and online antics, calling him a distraction and embarrassment.Staff are reportedly being urged to sign an open letter saying that Musk, as the public face of t...

 2022-06-16 20:00 

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SAS-style bonding exercises don't mix well with office life...

Schadenfreude is an ungallant feeling, and like anyone tiptoeing over heatwave pebbles this week I feel a genuine sympathy for the 31 Swiss media and marketing...

 2022-06-16 20:00 

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Tom Cruise calls time on sucking up to China...

There's a scene in Top Gun: Maverick, the long-in-the-making sequel to the iconic 1986 movie of US naval pilots' derring-do, in which Tom Cruise's character, h...

 2022-06-16 20:00 

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Horowitz doesn't need a dagger to get rid of me...

It was slightly thrilling to discover that a character who seems to be based on me has been killed off in a new novel by Anthony Horowitz. In the book a theatre...

 2022-06-16 20:00 

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The Times view on Sussex wines and protected designation of origin: Terroir Novo...

Wines from Sussex now enjoy similar protection to vintages from France and ItalyAs a county rivalry, it does not quite carry the same weight of history, or bloo...

 2022-06-16 20:00 

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The Times view on interest rates: Hard Pounding...

GETTY IMAGESThe Bank of England has raised interest rates again, to 1.25 per centAs governor of the Bank of England in 2007, Lord King said his ambition for mo...

 2022-06-16 20:00 

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The Times view on No 10's ethical counsel: Odious Position...

Times photographer Richard PohleMystery surrounds why Boris Johnson's decision to retain steel tariffs triggered the resignation of his ethics adviserOne of the...

 2022-06-16 20:00 

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Islamism is a greater threat than the far right...

'The first duty of the government is to keep citizens safe and the country secure," declares the Home Office's website. You don't have to believe life is nasty...

 2022-06-16 19:30 

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Ryan Peniston's perfect week gets better still after powering into Queen's quarter-finals...

Of the seven British singles players in the Queen's Club Championships draw last Saturday, few could have predicted that Ryan Peniston would be the sole flagbea...

 2022-06-16 19:00 

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BBC weighing up not using Michael Vaughan for third Test at Headingley...

Michael Vaughan's inclusion in the BBC's commentary team for next week's Test between England and New Zealand is under review in the wake of ECB charges against...

 2022-06-16 18:50 

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Only one British firm operating 'as usual' in Russia since invasion of Ukraine...

Just one British firm is operating "business as usual" in Russia compared with more than 100 multinationals from the EU, including 49 from France and Germany, a...

 2022-06-16 18:45 

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FIA intervene and tell teams: fix bouncing to protect your drivers...

Formula One's governing body has told teams to reduce the amount cars bounce on the circuit. After last weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix, many drivers expressed...

 2022-06-16 18:30 

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Gareth Southgate: How do you rage at a man who has brought so much joy to fans and players?...

There are good reasons, aside from the money, why so many leading coaches avoid international football. They know it is like riding a bucking bronco; forces thr...

 2022-06-16 18:20 

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Putin allies fight over Ukraine's stolen grain...

President Putin's Kremlin allies are wrestling with one another for control of the lucrative grain trade in occupied Ukraine, according to an intelligence repo...

 2022-06-16 18:00 

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Oireachtas Golf Society to hold first outing since being cleared of Covid breach...

The Oireachtas Golf Society, which was at the centre of a political storm during the Covid-19 pandemic, is set to hold its first outing since being cleared of restriction breaches....

 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...

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