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 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Interest in space technology start-ups is sky high...

Investment in the private space industry fell by 25 per cent last year, but interest in backing space start-ups remains strong.The industry attracted $8.9 billion in 2022, down significantly on the record amount the year before but still more than any pre...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Word Watch: February 7, 2023...

Can you spot the real definition among the fakes in our daily dictionary-delving challenge?...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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What's on TV and radio tonight: Tuesday, February 7...

Emma Dennis-Edwards's slightly austere drama opens brightly with the sixth-form scholar Natalie (Lashay Anderson) delivering a prizewinning speech at her posh school about the inequality of private schooling, complete with a dig at Boris Johnson...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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I used to like flying budget. Now it feels like theft...

As airlines change their pricing for baggage to a "from" price rather than a fixed rate, Hugh Morris asks if golden age of low-cost flying be well and truly over...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Births, marriages and deaths: February 7, 2023...

SARAH said, "God has brought me joy and laughter. Everyone who hears about it will laugh with me." Then she added, "Who would have said to Abraham that Sarah w...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Strike action at 11 airports next month...

Strike action has been announced at 11 Scottish airports over several days next month (Neil Pooran writes).Unite has set dates for industrial action at Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) in a dispute over pay. The union represents security staff, b...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Howden wins with joined-up thinking...

People usually revamp their homes when they feel confident about their finances and credit conditions are loose. With that in mind, it seems strange that shares...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Where things went wrong for Jesse Marsch at Leeds United...

With the quality in the Premier League, even the worst-performing teams do not appear particularly bad, but Jesse Marsch's Leeds United never looked particularl...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Rough Measures...

The problem with a government that has no close links to the business world is that it loses touch with economic reality. It drafts legislation that conforms to...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Rothschild family moves to take bank private...

The Rothschild family is seeking to take full control of its eponymous Anglo-French investment bank in a deal that would value the famous business at about 3.7 billion. Concordia, the dynasty's holding company, revealed yesterday that it was planning ...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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M&Co failure will cost 2,000 jobs...

Almost 2,000 jobs will be lost after M&Co, the clothing retail chain formerly known as Mackays, revealed yesterday that it would close all its 170 stores by...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Rangers reaping the benefits of Davies and Goldson partnership...

It didn't take a genius to work out that Rangers would be better with Connor Goldson back in the side. After he was injured against Liverpool in October, the centre-half missed 10 matches, only half of which they won. It cost Giovanni van Bronckhorst ...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Campaign jibe turned back on Truss...

Liz Truss's return to the political fray has been ridiculed as "attention-seeking" by Nicola Sturgeon in a riposte to the former prime minister's jibe during t...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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A marriage that isn't happy is still healthy...

Even an unhappy marriage is better for you than being alone, according to research suggesting that couples are at less risk of heart disease and diabetes. Scien...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Finance sector advertises big jump in job vacancies...

The number of jobs advertised in the financial sector in England and Wales rose by more than a quarter in 2022 compared with a year earlier, despite volatile market conditions. Financial companies including banks, accountants and financial technology grou...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Sony World Photography Awards 2023...

The Sony World Photography Awards has been running for 16 years. Made up of four competitions (professional, open, student and youth), all entries are free and...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Miner takes $17bn golden shot at buying back Australian business...

The world's biggest goldminer has made a $17 billion offer to buy back its old Australian spin-off after more than three decades. Newmont, of the United States, said that it had made the all-share offer to acquire Newcrest in a deal that, if completed...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Card spending jumps even as recession looms over consumers...

Britons spent more in January than they did in the same month last year, although this was almost entirely the result of spiralling prices rather than people buying more things.Data from Barclays, which tracks hundreds of millions of transactions, showed ...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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News in pictures: Tuesday February 7, 2023...

IAN GROVES / ANIMAL NEWS AGENCY Endangered red squirrels take on superhero-like poses as they "fly" through the woods in Binstead on the Isle of WightCHRIS GORM...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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MSP Sue Webber piles pressure on SRU's Mark Dodson for Siobhan Cattigan inquiry...

Sue Webber, the Conservative MSP who has taken up the case of Siobhan Cattigan, will meet with SRU chief executive Mark Dodson this week to step up calls for a...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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The Bodyguard: Leave singing to the actors, audience at hit musical told...

Rowdy theatre-goers have been interrupting performances of the hit musical The Bodyguard by attempting to "outsing" professionals on stage.The King's Theatre in...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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CBI leads delegation into India trade talks...

The CBI is leading its first delegation to India as it seeks to deepen relations ahead of a trade agreement between the British and Indian governments.The thr...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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England continue to wilt under pressure when it matters...

Just as Steve Borthwick was starting to feel like some of his urgent repair work was going to deliver a victory for England over Scotland on Saturday night, a f...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Court Circular: February 6, 2023...

St James's Palace6th February, 2023The Earl of Wessex, President, and The Countess of Wessex, Royal Vice President, Royal Windsor Horse Show, this afternoon hel...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Police 'increasingly concerned' for welfare of missing Kaitlyn Easson, 11...

Water rescue teams and police helicopters were searching last night for an 11-year-old girl who has gone missing from the Borders. Detectives have said they cannot rule out foul play.Officers are growing "increasingly concerned" for the welfare of...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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The Times Daily Quiz: Tuesday February 7, 2023...

1 How many months of the year have 30 days? 2 Which zodiac sign is represented by the ram? 3 In 1971, East Pakistan became which independent nation, whose name...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Sturgeon overrules allies who wanted gender rebels out...

Senior SNP politicians who demanded the resignation of party rebels who opposed Holyrood's gender bill have been overruled by Nicola Sturgeon. The SNP leader s...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Rob Wright's racing tips...

Tuesday tipsRacecardsBET OF THE DAYNoodle Mission (8.00 Wolverhampton)He could hardly have been more impressive when successful over this course and distance on...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Aaron Mooy: The Celtic man whose name is on everyone's lips...

It may not have actually registered with him but Aaron Mooy had two "isms" to overcome when he joined Celtic last summer. First, ageism.Might manager Ange Poste...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Violent phrases too much for you? It's time to bring out the, er, big funs...

'Kill two birds with one stone' is violent and we should instead say 'feed two birds with one scone'? I have some other suggestions, says Stuart Heritage...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Activision Blizzard on target with sales increase...

New releases from the Call of Duty and World of Warcraft franchises boosted sales at Activision Blizzard, the video games group that Microsoft is striving to...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Central bankers fail to get message as liquidity flows into stock markets...

Last week was book-ended by two stories that dominated the headlines: the International Monetary Fund slashed its forecast for UK growth to the lowest in the ri...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Petrolheads give sales of new cars a real jump start...

The recovery in the new car market appears to be gaining momentum after the horrors of 2022, when registrations slumped to a 40-year low.According to data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, new registrations for January totalled 131,000 ...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Jesse Marsch could never escape Marcelo Bielsa's shadow at Leeds United...

If it is a show of respect you are after, Angus Kinnear, Leeds's managing director, and Victor Orta, the sporting director, drove to the training ground on M...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Financial Conduct Authority 'too slow' in authorising financial firms...

The City regulator is under pressure to improve the efficiency of authorisations, as industry groups complain that its processes are characterised by "inconsistency, delays and uncertainty".Trade groups have been lobbying the Treasury to intervene...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Andy Walker fears lack of experience and options may cost Motherwell...

As a young striker, Andy Walker was part of the Motherwell side which won the First Division title in 1985 under the stewardship of Tommy McLean. They have rema...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Twitter coming out of red, says Musk...

Twitter is on course to come out of the red, Elon Musk has claimed, after the social media group cut thousands of jobs in an effort to stave off bankruptcy.In an update posted on its platform, the billionaire said the business was "trending to breakev...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Wage erosion is the forgotten factor in cost of living crisis...

In the discussion of Britain's cost of living crisis, the impact of long-term pay erosion in the UK has been largely disregarded. Yet the fact that wages have s...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Oh Polly doubles profit after sales soar...

A Glasgow-based online fashion retailer has more than doubled its profit after sales topped 67 million. Oh Polly, which was founded in 2015 by Claire Hende...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Hilary Alexander obituary...

In her youth Hilary Alexander never had much interest in fashion and wanted to be an archaeologist. Her father told her there was no future in digging up the pa...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Law report: Agreement for finder's fee if buyer paying a specified amount...

Supreme CourtPublished February 7, 2023Barton v Morris and another (in place of Gwyn Jones, deceased)Before Lord Briggs, Lord Leggatt, Lord Burrows, Lord Stephe...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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The Times Diary: Feargal Sharkey stands up for Delilah...

Feargal Sharkey has taken a break from protesting about polluted rivers to wade into another load of toxic effluence: the decision by the Welsh Rugby Union to b...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Santander fights on in battle with Andrea Orcel...

The battle between Santander and the financier who was once in line to run the Spanish bank is set to continue after a Spanish court cut the compensation the lender should pay for rescinding its job offer.It emerged yesterday that a court in Madrid had up...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Britishvolt rescuer needs a recharge...

Some deals look underpowered. The preferred bidder for the conked-out Britishvolt is another start-up: Australian battery group Recharge Industries. Why should it prove any better at building a gigafactory on the Northumbrian coast?On the face of it, who ...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Employers group joins criticism of apprenticeship levy...

The apprenticeship levy funding system is too complex and must be reformed, an employers group has urged.The Association of Employment and Learning Providers is the latest body to lobby for changes to the system, which has faced fierce criticism from empl...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Patrick Hosking: Liz Truss got a lot wrong, but is right that LDIs amplified market turmoil...

The 44-day Liz Truss premiership, the shortest in Downing Street history, is back in the spotlight, and not just because of her essay in The Sunday Telegraph. In it, Truss took aim at Whitehall's timid economic orthodoxy and complained she had been bl...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Green future for derelict docks with 2.4m grant...

Docks that have lain idle for more than 40 years will be turned into a new green space in the heart of Glasgow after a 2.4 million grant.Govan Graving Docks were previously used for the final painting and repair of vessels but have been derelict for decad...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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I tried the new test for long Covid...

Francesca Steele suffered fatigue and flu symptoms for a year after she had coronavirus. Now she's taken a new private blood test, what would her diagnosis be?...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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'I became a house-hunting spreadsheet nerd and it saved me from overpaying'...

Tiziana Scaramuzza, 39, gathered data from over 4,500 properties — and with any luck, she'll buy her own home soon, at the right price...

 2023-02-07 00:01 

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Union seeks parents' backing as walkouts threaten exam time...

A union boss has pleaded for parents' "understanding" if teachers cannot help children prepare for exams while they press for a 10 per cent pay rise.Andrea Bradley, general secretary of the Educational Institute of Scotland, confirmed that tea...

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