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 2022-08-02 07:15 

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Adam Peaty: I don't know if I love the sport as much as I did...

As Adam Peaty wrestled with the biggest shock of the Commonwealth Games, talking cornered lions, mystery car drives and God's will, a candid remark about his f...

 2022-08-02 07:00 

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BP profits triple to $8.5bn as fuel prices soar...

BP's profits tripled to $8.5 billion (6.9 billion) in the three months to June — the highest in more than a decade — as the energy giant benefited from soaring...

 2022-08-01 22:25 

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Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri killed in US drone strike...

Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of al-Qaeda, has been killed in a US drone strike in Afghanistan.The mission, overseen by the CIA, is the biggest blow to the militant group since its founder Osama bin Laden was killed in 2011.Zawahiri, an Egyptian doctor an...

 2022-08-01 20:35 

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'I thought this could be it . . . but then I told myself to race as Laura Trott'...

Sunday was a stinker for Laura Kenny. If Monday had followed suit, it might well have convinced her that this should be the end of her career. And yet having ra...

 2022-08-01 20:00 

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When does gratitude demand a gratuity?...

How should kindness be rewarded? Is it truly its own reward or is it our duty to see that a good turn done to us, by a total stranger, has its payback somewhat...

 2022-08-01 20:00 

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Conservatism is the loser in this contest...

In the confetti of promises being strewn around by the two candidates for the Tory party leadership, one thing is missing. It's called conservatism. The main ar...

 2022-08-01 20:00 

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Obsession with race tells only half a story...

Let us consider two black boys. One is called Felix and the other is called Femi. Felix comes from a Caribbean background: both his parents were born in Britain...

 2022-08-01 20:00 

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There should be no new peers before the next election...

The House of Lords is approaching a crunch point. For years the assumption has been that eventually the government would get a grip on numbers and reduce the to...

 2022-08-01 20:00 

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It's time Cristiano Ronaldo circus left town for Erik Ten Hag's sake...

Erik ten Hag is the future of Manchester United. Cristiano Ronaldo is the past. Such salient realities must be the defining factors in addressing and ending a d...

 2022-08-01 20:00 

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Peter Schrank Times cartoon: August 2 2022...

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 2022-08-01 20:00 

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Lionesses have changed us but new love has to last...

Yesterday at Trafalgar Square merely contributed to the overload of images that have so quickly established this England team as admirable, likeable, authentic,...

 2022-08-01 19:45 

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BA suspends short-haul ticket sales from Heathrow...

British Airways has suspended the sale of short-haul flights from Heathrow for at least a week in a further blow to holidaymakers. The unprecedented move will...

 2022-08-01 19:10 

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'Chloe Kelly's England career could have been over after ACL injury'...

England's Chloe Kelly suffered an ACL injury to her right knee while playing for Manchester City in May 2021. She worked with Matt Konopinski, who is the co-fou...

 2022-08-01 19:00 

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Pearson the happy chapter in tale of two publishers...

There was a time when Pearson and Ascential were in the same game, though the Peterborough Advertiser may be a bit sniffy about being compared to the Financia...

 2022-08-01 18:55 

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Chloe Kelly defies doubters to bring football home at last...

Chloe Kelly, who scored the winning goal against Germany before ripping her shirt off and whirling it around her head, has always had her doubters.As a youngst...

 2022-08-01 18:00 

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Camp-fire bonding and belated FA backing: how Sarina Wiegman and England won Euros...

Before the European Championship, Sarina Wiegman was asked how she felt about England fans chanting "Football's coming home". She didn't really like it, she sai...

 2022-08-01 18:00 

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Tory leadership race: Boost for Liz Truss as Penny Mordaunt backs former rival...

Penny Mordaunt has backed Liz Truss to become the next Conservative leader as she praised her "bold economic vision" and said the foreign secretary was mor...

 2022-08-01 17:40 

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Rishi Sunak just five points behind Liz Truss in latest Tory leadership poll...

Liz Truss is now only five points ahead of Rishi Sunak in the race to succeed Boris Johnson, private polling carried out for the foreign secretary's campaign su...

 2022-08-01 17:30 

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Adam Gemili finally cuts ties with coach accused of sexual misconduct...

Adam Gemili has finally split with an American coach who has been the subject of an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct since last November. The Brit...

 2022-08-01 17:15 

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No 10 rules out reception for Lionesses...

Boris Johnson has defended his commitment to women's football after England's Lionesses were denied a reception at Downing Street to toast their historic victor...

 2022-08-01 17:00 

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Brendan Rodgers says Leicester won't be 'exploited' into selling Wesley Fofana or James Maddison...

Brendan Rodgers has insisted that Wesley Fofana and James Maddison are not for sale after their Premier League rivals expressed an interest in the pair.Newcastl...

 2022-08-01 16:35 

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Overcrowding on K2 as climbers queue to reach peak...

Climbers have warned of overcrowding on K2 — the world's second highest mountain and one of its deadliest — after a sherpa took video of queues snaking towards...

 2022-08-01 16:30 

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Australian senator calls Queen a coloniser while being sworn in to parliament...

An indigenous Australian senator referred to the Queen as a "coloniser" as she was sworn into parliament. Lidia Thorpe, a Greens senator, raised her fist as she...

 2022-08-01 16:10 

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It's time to do for science what we did for sport...

The triumph of the Lionesses on Sunday is yet another example of a British renaissance in many sports, such as cycling, rowing and swimming. At the 1996 Atlanta...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Philip Larkin at 100 how the dorky Hull librarian became one of our greatest romantics...

Disappointment, loneliness, not being loved. I encountered all of life's saddest things in Larkin's poems first, says James Marriott...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Courgettes on tahini with mint and sesame recipe...

I love the mix of charred chunks and fresh, slippery ribboned courgettes here. Fragrant and zesty lemon and mint are kept in check by the various layers of sesa...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Briton pipped at the post in the world's toughest horse race...

Farmer fell three times but only lost the eight-day epic because of his mount's heart rate...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Plea to politicians over Stormont impasse at Trimble funeral...

Politicians from across the political divide gathered to pay tribute to David Trimble at his funeral today, as mourners were urged to "redouble" efforts to bre...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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I was lucky in my brush with sepsis. Here are the signs to spot...

Listening to Kate Garraway on Good Morning Britain yesterday describing her husband's latest hospitalisation, I was reminded that, contrary to the old adage, l...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Sturgeon's silence over the Tavistock gender clinic's closure fails our children...

Unlike Las Vegas, what happens in England does not stay there. It is the great Other in Scottish politics, against which everything here is measured. Half a step ahead of England: triumph. Half a step behind: tragedy. On tax and spending and the performan...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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The best beauty products for August...

Did you know that August is called "silly season" in the newspaper world? It's famously known as a slow news month. Front pages look something like this: "Ice c...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Prince Charles's charity not to be investigated by regulator...

The Prince of Wales's charity will not be investigated for accepting 1 million from the family of Osama bin Laden after the regulator concluded the payment does not appear to be unlawful.The money was received following a private meeting between Charl...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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The Hundred brings in alcohol-free zones to help attract the 'right audience'...

Organisers of the Hundred hope alcohol-free seating areas, extra stewards and increased camera surveillance will prevent a repeat of the drunken disorder that b...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Formula One: Fernando Alonso to replace Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin next season...

Fernando Alonso will join Aston Martin next season to replace Sebastian Vettel, who announced his retirement last week.The 41-year-old double world champion, wh...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Data-obsessed England must get back to basics...

Remarkably England are still the No 2-ranked T20 side in the world, but there in a nutshell the folly of following statistical analysis too closely — rather tha...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Salem's 'last witch' is finally exonerated...

Three centuries and thirty years ago this month, a young woman from Massachusetts stood before a magistrate and told him that she was in league with the devil a...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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FA plans contract talks with Sarina Wiegman after England's Euro 2022 victory...

The FA is planning contract extension talks with Sarina Wiegman when the England Women manager returns from holiday.England lifted their first major trophy with...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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There is more for the Bank of England to do than simply increase interest rates...

This Thursday the Bank of England will raise its headline interest rate for the sixth time in a row. Having increased rates by increments of 0.1 per cent and...

 2022-08-01 16:00 

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Legacy of the Lionesses: will they get more girls into sport?...

Euro 2022 has shone a spotlight on female athletes, yet with fewer than half of secondary schools offering girls equal access to football, can anything be done to fix the gender gap? asks Deborah Linton...

 2022-08-01 15:45 

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Beyonc to cut ablelist slur from Renaissance song...

Beyonc has agreed to change a new song after disability charities criticised her use of an ableist slur in the lyrics. She sings on Heated: "Spazzing on that...

 2022-08-01 15:30 

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French children get hooked on fishing after lockdowns...

French children are often packed off to summer camps to expend their energy on sporting activities such as tennis, football, surfing or riding.This year, however, many are using the two-month summer holiday to familiarise themselves with a sport long asso...

 2022-08-01 15:30 

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We might not have the sunshine, but Florida can still teach us about levelling up...

Both the final Tory leadership contenders have pledged to continue Boris Johnson's commitment to levelling up, despite the risk of raising expectations that wil...

 2022-08-01 15:30 

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Heineken warns price of a pint will have to go up...

Heineken has warned drinkers that the price of a pint is set to rise as the world's second biggest brewer seeks to cover soaring costs..The Dutch company said...

 2022-08-01 15:00 

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Chloe Kelly: England's new heroine revels in her 'Bobby Zamora moment'...

"I just went mental," Chloe Kelly, England's match-winning heroine, said. "Honestly, I didn't know what to do. I didn't think about it. I didn't plan it. It was...

 2022-08-01 15:00 

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Tourists who beat a path to world's tallest tree face $5,000 fine...

Visitors planning to admire the world's tallest tree will receive a $5,000 fine under new restrictions aimed at protecting the landmark beauty spot.The 115.92-metre (380 ft) giant known as "Hyperion" in northwestern California's Redwood Na...

 2022-08-01 15:00 

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German politicians condemn Russia for 'wanting murderer added to Brittney Griner swap'...

German politicians have demanded Berlin must not bow to a Kremlin demand to release Vadim Krasikov, an alleged Russian agent convicted of murdering an exiled...

 2022-08-01 15:00 

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Stop backstabbing or lose power for decades, grandee warns Tory tribes...

A former Tory party chairman has called for a "stop to the mudslinging and backstabbing" engulfing the "toxic" Conservative leadership contest or risk being out of power for decades.Amanda Milling, who was replaced by Oliver Dowden as part...

 2022-08-01 14:50 

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Scottish government officials demanded changes to 'Anglocentric' Platinum Jubilee book...

Scottish officials demanded that chapters about the 2014 independence referendum and Brexit were removed from a Platinum Jubilee children's book, declassified letters reveal.England's World Cup victory in 1966 and London landmarks were deemed irre...

 2022-08-01 14:30 

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Rich friends in childhood help the poor earn more...

US study reinforces the virtue of social mixing between classes...

 2022-08-01 14:00 

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'Abuse ring raped children, killed dogs and shut girl in microwave'...

Eleven charged with offences spanning a decade in Glasgow...

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