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 2022-06-15 11:00 

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Bacon and Freud: unseen portrait is glimpse into doomed friendship...

Lucian Freud's second wife, the writer Lady Caroline Blackwood, once claimed she sat through dinner with her husband and Francis Bacon "more or less every nigh...

 2022-06-15 11:00 

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Matt Forde review — a fine political comic sells himself short...

Soho Theatre, W1...

 2022-06-15 11:00 

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Covid restrictions in hospitals: Times readers share stories of isolation and distress...

Families have been kept apart from loved ones and elderly patients left to cope on their own as visiting limits remain in place....

 2022-06-15 11:00 

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The science of sexiness — does it really peak at the age of 53?...

Robert Crampton and Anna Murphy on the sweet spot for ageing...

 2022-06-15 10:30 

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England v Hungary: Blame me not the players, says Gareth Southgate...

Gareth Southgate was berated with chants of "You don't know what you're doing" as England were embarrassed 4-0 by Hungary to slip to their heaviest home defeat...

 2022-06-15 10:20 

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Yorkshire and seven people charged by ECB after racism investigation...

Yorkshire County Cricket Club and seven individuals have been charged by the ECB after its investigation into racism at the county.The governing body will forma...

 2022-06-15 10:20 

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Brothers held over 'murders' of missing journalist Dom Phillips and guide in Brazil...

Brazilian police have arrested a second suspect over the alleged murder of a British reporter and his guide who went missing in the Amazon ten days ago. Oseney...

 2022-06-15 10:20 

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AfD wins court ruling over Angela Merkel's 'meddling'...

The former German chancellor Angela Merkel has been censured by the country's highest court for violating the rights of a right-wing populist party when she int...

 2022-06-15 10:20 

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Tyson Fury: I will return to the ring 100 per cent if the money is right...

Tyson Fury has said he will definitely return to the ring despite claiming that he would retire — but has told potential opponents to "show me the money". The W...

 2022-06-15 10:19 

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Ryanair drops Afrikaans test for South African passengers...

Ryanair will no longer force its South African passengers to complete a general knowledge test written in Afrikaans following a backlash that likened the policy...

 2022-06-15 09:30 

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Home electric car charges make it life easy...

Having already made one fortune out of electric car chargers, the serial entrepreneur David Martell is now angling to make another, this time with the home char...

 2022-06-15 09:20 

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Time to quit ECHR, say angry Tory MPs after Rwanda ruling...

Conservative MPs called for Britain to withdraw from the European Court of Human Rights after it blocked the inaugural deportation flight to Rwanda at the 11th...

 2022-06-15 09:05 

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European Central Bank calls emergency meeting...

The European Central Bank has called an emergency meeting this morning, raising expectations that rate-setters are poised to announce measures to calm bond mark...

 2022-06-15 09:00 

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England v New Zealand: I'm struggling to find the words nothing tops that, says Ben Stokes...

Jonny Bairstow scored the second-fastest Test century by an England player to inspire a spectacular victory over New Zealand which Ben Stokes hailed as the b...

 2022-06-15 08:55 

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Punch-up with Europe over Rwanda flights might suit PM but there's red mist in the red wall...

Nobody in government is truly surprised that the European Court of Human Rights intervened to stop last night's inaugural deportation flight to Rwanda at the eleventh hour. Cynics might conclude such a clarifying clash with the courts was the point of...

 2022-06-15 08:50 

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Russia pledges humanitarian corridor to evacuate civilians from Azot chemical plant...

Russia said it would set up a humanitarian corridor to evacuate civilians from a chemical plant in Severodonetsk starting today as Ukrainian forces continue to...

 2022-06-15 08:40 

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Biggest family businesses kept steady the course...

Britain's biggest family businesses saw the amount they paid out in dividends fall by significantly less last year than other companies, including those owned b...

 2022-06-15 08:40 

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Suspected Russian spy arrested at Gatwick airport...

A suspected Russian spy has been arrested at Gatwick airport as he tried to leave the country, police have said.The Russian national, in his 40s, was held on Mo...

 2022-06-15 08:35 

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Scottish independence referendum 'set for next October'...

A second Scottish independence referendum will be held next October, the SNP's constitution secretary has said.Angus Robertson confirmed the Scottish government...

 2022-06-15 08:00 

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Bright skies ahead for WH Smith as holidaymakers return...

The return of holidaymakers visiting WH Smith's airport and travel shops has given the retailer confidence that profits will be towards the top of City forecas...

 2022-06-15 08:00 

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Cheery Whitbread 'punching the lights out' on trading...

Britain's biggest hotel company continued to "punch the lights out" on trading but will incur extra costs of up to 30 million to deal with labour shortages.Whi...

 2022-06-15 08:00 

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Fed poised to raise rates...

Good morning: How high will the US Federal Reserve go? A report in the WSJ on Monday that the Fed was mulling raising interest rates by 0.75 percentage points —...

 2022-06-15 08:00 

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Mark Butcher's Headingley heroics? Nasser Hussain's night heist? This England chase was even better...

What do you reckon? Where does this rank in the great England run-chases? Headingley 2001 was pretty good but it was a one-man show from Mark Butcher and Adam G...

 2022-06-15 07:30 

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Darwin Nez: I came to Liverpool to win trophies...

Darwin Nez has already imagined himself winning trophies with Liverpool after joining for a potential club-record fee.The 22-year-old forward has signed a six...

 2022-06-15 07:00 

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Europe splits over how war in Ukraine should end, poll shows...

Splits between doves pushing for a quick diplomatic exit from war in Ukraine and hawks calling for Putin to be defeated threaten to tear the European Union apar...

 2022-06-15 06:35 

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Rwanda undeterred by deportation flight's late cancellation...

The Rwandan government has insisted it is "not deterred" from taking in Britain's expelled asylum seekers after the first flight bringing them was cancelled in an eleventh hour ruling by the European Court of Human Rights."Rwanda remains f...

 2022-06-14 23:01 

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A new western alliance should block Putin in the Arctic...

The renown ancient Chinese military General Sun Tzu focused on achieving a bloodless victory before the outbreak of war, concentrating political and strategic c...

 2022-06-14 22:00 

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European judges block deportations to Rwanda...

Britain was on a collision course with European judges last night after they intervened at the eleventh hour to block the inaugural deportation flight to Rwanda...

 2022-06-14 21:15 

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Wales v Holland: Hosts beaten at the death again after Memphis Depay's late goal...

Just like last week, Holland responded to Wales equalising in stoppage time by going up the other end and grabbing a winner. Memphis Depay snatched a victory in...

 2022-06-14 21:00 

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Nations League: The midfield remains the wasteland of England's ambitions...

The midfield has been the great unanswered question of Gareth Southgate's reign, an area that this generationally successful England team have seemed to muddle through and work around, without ever quite finding a combination which offers craft and co...

 2022-06-14 21:00 

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Maro Itoje: Final needs to feel like more of a spectacle rugby is lagging behind...

Maro Itoje says more must be done to make the Gallagher Premiership final a marquee event in the sporting calendar — like the Champions League final or Monaco G...

 2022-06-14 21:00 

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Humiliated Gareth Southgate hits lowest point as England succumb to worst home defeat since 1928...

Gareth Southgate's long, warm honeymoon is over, replaced by the heat of the fans' anger. "You're getting sacked in the morning" and "You don't know what you're...

 2022-06-14 21:00 

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Lucy Worsley Investigates review — George III changed how we look at mental illness...

Also reviewed: Miss Scarlet and the Duke...

 2022-06-14 21:00 

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Boris Johnson determined to reverse 15bn tax raid on business...

Boris Johnson wants to reverse Rishi Sunak's planned multibillion-pound tax raid on business as he tries to firm up support on the Tory right in the aftermath of last week's confidence vote.Allies of the prime minister said that Johnson was determ...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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The Times view on Britain's education system: Must Do Better...

AlamyGCSEs would be replaced with a slimmed-down set of exams for 16-year-oldsBritain needs an education system fit for the 21st century. No one could reasonab...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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Education needs to keep evolving for the sake of the whole country...

Sharks have to keep moving or they will die and the same is true of education. The world is constantly evolving so schools must also adapt to prepare children f...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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Japan can teach us how to stamp out obesity...

It's hard to shift those pounds (never kgs in Boris Johnson's world). The prime minister has tried running in a bobble hat, cutting back on birthday cake and ba...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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Has my Yorkshire grit held me back? I'll 'appen that's it...

Wazzocks. That was my first reaction on reading that my fellow Brits are likely to think of me as less intelligent than southerners due to my strong Yorkshire...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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Education Commission: Time for a reset of UK education...

Sir, We welcome the work of the Times Education Commission and urge the government to look seriously at its recommendations. The pandemic has created a reset moment and it is imperative that education is put back at the top of the political agenda to boos...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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Biden risks losing Latin America to Beijing...

Latin America is in the grip of a "pink tide". If Colombians vote in the final round of presidential elections on Sunday for the grizzled former urban guerrilla...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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The Times view on media regulation: Free Press...

Dominic Lipinski/PA UK newspapers remain clear of state regulation but some MPs are unwilling to let the Leveson inquiry's proposal of government idea dieA fre...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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When skinny dipping it's best to jump in sharpish...

I have never quite forgiven one of my colleagues who was commissioning Times writers to spend a working day alongside a range of tradesmen and professionals to...

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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Tony Blair and John Major call for education 'reset'...

A-levels should be scrapped and replaced with a "British Baccalaureate" in six subjects, according to the final report of the Times Education Commission which is welcomed by Sir Tony Blair and Sir John Major....

 2022-06-14 20:00 

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The Times view on border controls: Rwanda Flight...

Guilhem Baker for the TimesBoscombe Down air base, where the first flight carrying asylum seekers to Rwanda was due to take off today with up to 130 people on b...

 2022-06-14 19:40 

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Ocado bruised as shoppers begin to tighten budgets...

Will middle England still be feeling flush enough to browse the 17 different types of artichokes on offer at Ocado, or will they begin trading down to the disc...

 2022-06-14 19:30 

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Nations League: Scotland rally to steady ship after another leaky opening...

Who would have thought that beating Armenia in a rescheduled Nations League game at the end of a long, hard season would be so important to Scotland? While this eventful night will not be mistaken for a famous one any time soon, neither should its value t...

 2022-06-14 19:00 

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England v New Zealand: Jonny Bairstow produces knock of his life to seal one of England's finest victories...

What a difference a year makes. Twelve months after a timid and cautious England team refused to countenance a less challenging run-chase against New Zealand be...

 2022-06-14 18:00 

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Before Jonny Bairstow's ballistics languid Alex Lees put England's long search for an opener to rest...

To begin at the beginning, as Dylan Thomas, who liked his cricket and was a good friend of John Arlott's, might or might not have written about this extraordina...

 2022-06-14 18:00 

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British world No 180 and cancer survivor Ryan Peniston stuns French Open finalist Casper Ruud...

The British grass-court season is often good for a plucky tale, and one accordingly emerged on the hallowed grass courts of Queen's Club. Ryan Peniston, a 26-ye...

 2022-06-14 17:45 

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Duncan Scott pulls out of World Championships in Budapest after struggling to recover from Covid...

Duncan Scott, who became the most decorated athlete for Great Britain in any Olympic sport at a single Games with a gold and three silvers in the Tokyo pool las...

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