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 2022-07-31 17:00 

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Priti Patel's plan to pay French millions more to stop migrants angers Tories...

Priti Patel is planning to announce another multi-million pound deal with France to stop migrants, despite previous deals failing to improve interception rates.The home secretary will risk another backlash from Conservative MPs to pay the French tens of m...

 2022-07-31 17:00 

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Barrage continues for the sleepless souls in bombed-out Kharviv...

It was 2am when Russian missiles slammed into a college in Kharkiv, jolting residents of this war-ravaged Ukrainian city from their uneasy sleep. The charred re...

 2022-07-31 17:00 

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Archie Battersbee's life support to end on Monday...

Archie Battersbee, the 12-year-old boy who has been in a comatose state with brain damage for months, is to have his life support treatment ended tomorrow.Barts...

 2022-07-31 17:00 

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Putin heralds 'unrivalled, lightning' supersonic missiles...

Russia's navy will soon receive hypersonic missiles that will allow it to strike at enemies with "lighting speed", President Putin has warned.Speaking on Russia...

 2022-07-31 17:00 

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SNP denies trying to silence feminists in transphobia row...

The SNP's president has denied that a new code of conduct could bar gender-critical feminists from the Scottish independence campaign after one of the party's...

 2022-07-31 17:00 

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Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra review — an orchestra of hope arrives from a besieged country...

They came from Kyiv, Lviv, Odesa and Kharkiv. A massed band of Ukrainians who have talked of being a secret weapon for their country. But they were not an...

 2022-07-31 17:00 

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Barrage continues for the sleepless souls in bombed-out Kharkiv...

It was 2am when Russian missiles slammed into a college in Kharkiv, jolting residents of this war-ravaged Ukrainian city from their uneasy sleep. The charred re...

 2022-07-31 16:40 

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News in pictures: August 1, 2022...

JEFF GILBERT/PAThe duchess joined Sir Ben Ainslie for the race in Plymouth, held for the 1851 Trust — a charity named for the year of the first America's Cup ra...

 2022-07-31 16:00 

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Musk still dreams of solving Los Angeles gridlock with a Hyperloop tunnel...

In the beginning there were a few notes posted onto Tesla's website without the fanfare that Elon Musk usually reserves for a space launch or the unveiling of a...

 2022-07-31 16:00 

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Everton in talks to re-sign Paris Saint-Germain's Idrissa Gana Gueye...

Everton are looking to finalise a permanent deal to bring Idrissa Gana Gueye back to the club as Frank Lampard targets midfield reinforcements.Talks are continu...

 2022-07-31 15:30 

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Alex Yee wins second gold as England storm to triathlon mixed relay victory...

Alex Yee won his second gold medal of the Commonwealth Games, leading England to victory in the triathlon mixed relay, with Non Stanford's Wales taking silver b...

 2022-07-31 15:20 

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Hungarian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen storms to victory as Ferrari shoot themselves in the foot again...

Max Verstappen extended his lead in the championship after victory in Hungary as Ferrari made yet another strategy mistake, which cost Charles Leclerc dearly.Me...

 2022-07-31 13:30 

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Jake Jarman beats 'king of pain' James Hall to gymnastics gold...

The hardest man in sport was a moniker that used to be bestowed on a grizzled centre half with scar tissue or a psychotic prop forward with loose morals. The tr...

 2022-07-31 13:00 

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EFL round-up: Lee Tomlin's comical sending off, Lewis Travis's screamer and taxis for Hull City...

Michael Beale's first day in professional management started with an errant text from Steven Gerrard and ended with defeat at the hands of one of his protgs.I...

 2022-07-31 13:00 

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Euro 2022 final Q&A: Will England win at Wembley? Could Alessia Russo start?...

On Sunday, England will contest a European Championship final at Wembley — hopefully with a different outcome to last year.Where Gareth Southgate's side fell at...

 2022-07-31 12:25 

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Huge crash at Velodrome as English cyclist lands in crowd...

A huge crash in the men's scratch race qualifying at Lee Valley VeloPark left one rider being carried off on a stretcher and a spectator being taken out of the...

 2022-07-31 09:00 

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Michael Masi: I got death threats after decision which led to Max Verstappen title win over Lewis Hamilton...

Former race director Michael Masi revealed he had received online death threats after the controversy last year that allowed Max Verstappen to claim the Formula...

 2022-07-30 23:01 

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Sunday Times clue writing contest 1925: Cafetiere...

Results: Clue writing contest 1925 CafetiereWinnerColin Munro, CheltenhamHalf-empty carafe leads to row with European supplier of drinksHalf-empty carafe = CAFE...

 2022-07-30 23:01 

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Should the Elgin marbles be given back to Greece?...

We report today in Culture that the British Museum is in talks with the Greek government about a "deal" over the marble figures taken from the Parthenon by Lord...

 2022-07-30 23:01 

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Teaser 3123...

A Six-Pipe Problem A factory makes six types of cylindrical pipe, A to F in decreasing size, whose diameters in centimetres are whole numbers, with type A 50 pe...

 2022-07-30 19:00 

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Hit-and-miss day for City's new star Erling Haaland...

It wasn't as if anyone needed to tell Erling Haaland that the game in England would be different. Still, confirmation came fairly quickly. Almost ten minutes p...

 2022-07-30 19:00 

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Every sub made a difference for us, says Jrgen Klopp...

Trent Alexander-Arnold, who scored Liverpool's opening goal, said their Community Shield win against Manchester City was "the perfect start" to their season.Th...

 2022-07-30 18:00 

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Darwin Nez off the mark as Liverpool draw first blood...

Liverpool deservedly won this sulphurous Community Shield collision at the King Power Stadium, setting up what promises to be another fabulous, high-level and...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Gabriel Jesus hits hat-trick as Arsenal wrap up pre-season in style...

The big guns were in Leicester for the Community Shield final, but Arsenal sent out a message from north London that they should not be immediately dismissed a...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Whisper it: is inflation already near its peak?...

Stuck in traffic on the way back from Goodwood Racecourse in West Sussex, Andrew Teague had inflation on his mind. Pulling over during his delayed 30-mile journ...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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After 31 weeks of tips and tales, it's all about fairness...

Having written here every week for the past seven months, and with high street retail not exactly being a walk in the park at the moment, it is now time for me...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Liz Truss interview: My mum would vote for me, I'm not sure about dad...

It was early in 2018 when I sat down in a south east London pub with Liz Truss. Her mood was downbeat, matching the grey-green of the Farrow & Ball walls. Papers were predicting she would be sacked in the next reshuffle. After 10 minutes of small talk I s...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Blackburn's new era off to perfect start after Lewis Travis wonder-strike...

Two new managers, two new eras, two clubs punching below their weight, or at least that is the way they see it. Jon Dahl Tomasson and Michael Beale both experie...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Joni Mitchell v Bob Dylan: he can't play the guitar and his breath stinks...

The Blue singer Joni Mitchell, who made a surprise return to the stage last week, has not been shy about the talents of her fellow folk icon Bob Dylan, who has had an abuse case against him dropped. Stephen Armstrong untangles one of music's strangest...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Debt-ridden water giants at risk from rate rises...

Heavily indebted water utilities are at greater risk of collapse as interest rates rise, the industry regulator has warned.In a stark admission, Ofwat said com...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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David Baddiel's hot new obsession: 'I'm naked, sweating and trapped'...

I am very recognisable. This is not purely a function of fame. There are many people more famous than me who are less recognisable. It's because my face is like...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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The five charts that explain the energy crisis...

The monstrous energy bills that await millions of households this winter are starting to feel much closer. "I've never seen anything like this," the consumer ch...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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The French dare to bare — but there's a dark side to libert, galit, nudit...

The Fort de Seclin, a military installation near Lille dating from the late 19th century, has long been popular with French history buffs. One day this summer,...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Tory leadership race: Former ministers add momentum to Liz Truss bandwagon...

Nadhim Zahawi, the chancellor, and Brandon Lewis, the former Northern Ireland secretary, are set to endorse Liz Truss, adding momentum to the bandwagon behind her campaign to become the next prime minister.Lewis, who ran the chancellor's leadership ca...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Siobhan Cattigan: 'They fixed her broken bones but turned their back on her broken brain'...

Siobhan Cattigan and Ann Taylor first met on a Sunday morning at The Burgh Coffeehouse in Stirling. For weeks they'd been exchanging messages on a dating site....

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Prince Charles accepted 1m from family of Osama bin Laden...

The Prince of Wales accepted a 1 million payment from the family of Osama bin Laden, The Sunday Times can reveal. Prince Charles personally secured the money...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Truss's path from Remain to Leave: how she fell out of love with Europe...

"She's probably a stronger Brexiteer than both of us," said Nadine Dorries, the culture secretary, gesturing to herself and Jacob Rees Mogg as they publicly de...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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BP's green man Bernard Looney drowns in black gold...

Visitors to the Royal Lancaster hotel in London on February 12, 2020, were in for quite a surprise. BP's new boss, Bernard Looney, bounded onto stage and commit...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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At his most dangerous and with a political solution now impossible, we're entering final stage Putin...

The senior American intelligence official was not optimistic: "Putin has changed, there's no question about that," he said. "And this is, well, it's a real poli...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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I fell forwards into the lectern at the Tory leadership debate — then my head hit the floor...

The last thing I remember is thinking "this next question is going to be the one" and for the first time in 30 minutes of debate, allowing myself to relax. Then suddenly my body wasn't where it was supposed to be and someone I couldn't see...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Meet the 'Ted Lasso' US coach who helped Lionesses bare their fangs...

The American women's football guru who instilled the killer instinct in Lucy Bronze, Alessia Russo, Lotte Wubben-Moy and even manager Sarina Wiegman, has sp...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Why the Elgin Marbles may finally return to Greece...

The British Museum wants to make a deal — and end two centuries of rancour since Lord Elgin removed the Parthenon sculptures from Greece...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Elgin Marbles: 'partnership' raises hope of deal for first return to Greece in 200 years...

The British Museum has opened the door to returning the Elgin Marbles to Greece as one of its most senior executives called for a "Parthenon partnership" with Athens.In a move that could ease one of the world's longest-running and most controv...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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The Tavistock scandal shows the dangers of civil service groupthink...

Government ministers have difficult decisions to make, often between options where the best course of action is unclear. Some decisions, however, are simple. T...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Stonewall founder Simon Fanshawe: Why am I the wrong kind of gay?...

A performer with a passionate interest in diversity and a show at the Edinburgh fringe is hardly short of material right now, as an hour in Simon Fanshawe's com...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Minimum alcohol pricing has driven people to street drugs, say experts...

Scotland's state-imposed price controls for alcohol have driven some people to turn to cheap street drugs linked to hundreds of deaths last year, health experts...

 2022-07-30 17:00 

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Kevin Bridges on The Black Dog: Drug deaths no laughing matter for this stand-up...

Like many comedians, Kevin Bridges has tried drugs. The comic, born in Clydebank near Glasgow, admits he smoked cannabis when he was younger...

 2022-07-30 16:00 

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George Russell in pole position for first time hours after moaning about his Mercedes...

George Russell secured a shock pole position in the Hungarian Grand Prix, the first time he has been on the front spot in his Formula One career. The 24-year-ol...

 2022-07-30 16:00 

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Under a burning sun, Kuwait keeps cool as Iraq reaches boiling point...

In her tin-roofed home in Basra, a few hundred feet from the great churn of the Shatt al-Arab river, Shamaa Mustafa blinked as a bead of sweat ran into her eye....

 2022-07-30 14:00 

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The Premier League may be flawed but its pulsating, unscripted drama is why it is so loved across the globe...

It is difficult to pick a single greatest moment, but that is always the way with a spectacle as pulsating as the Premier League, a concept that was widely mock...

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