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 2022-07-25 17:30 

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Crackdown on pitch invasions: The hope is that the threat of a criminal record will be a vital deterrent...

Some people are on the pitch, they think it's all over . . . and it may well be now.Thousands of Everton fans came on to the Goodison Park pitch in May to celeb...

 2022-07-25 17:10 

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Mother spared jail after killing 10-week-old daughter...

A mother will avoid jail despite being convicted of killing her ten-week-old daughter when social workers allowed her to take the baby home against expert advic...

 2022-07-25 17:00 

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Seven Manly Sea Eagles players to boycott NRL match against Sydney Roosters over Pride jersey...

Manly Sea Eagles, the Sydney-based rugby league team, are facing a revolt from players who are refusing to wear a rainbow-themed Pride jersey celebrating inclus...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Taliban refugee gives virtual tours of homeland — and aids secret girls' schools...

Fatima Haidari was the first woman to work as a private tour guide in Afghanistan. It was a dream vocation for the 24-year-old — one she had to abandon when she fled last summer when the Taliban took over. Now living in Italy, Haidari is the face of...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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If you're thinking of skipping the queue to go private, read this first...

Will it help if I pay to see a specialist privately? An all too common question these days from my patients, many of whom have not "gone private" before, are no...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Diana Kennedy obituary...

Shortly after arriving in Mexico in 1957, Diana Kennedy began asking friends how to cook the electrifying dishes they were serving. "They'd laugh and send me to...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Rafael Guastavino, 'New York's architect', honoured with statue in Valencia...

A Spanish architect whose elaborate designs adorn many of New York's best known buildings has been recognised with a statue in his home town. Part architect,...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Hurdles ahead for Giorgia Meloni, the rightwinger who would rule Italy...

Left-wing magistrates in Italy are preparing to launch spurious investigations into the right-wing leader Giorgia Meloni to ruin her chances of becoming prime...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Labour abandons its pledges to renationalise rail, mail, water and energy...

Sir Keir Starmer said he was "pragmatic rather than ideological" as he abandoned plans for sweeping nationalisations if Labour enters government.In its 2019 election manifesto Labour promised to nationalise rail, mail, water and energy as part of ...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Struggling with melasma? Try these pro tips to tackle uneven skin...

Blotchy skin can blight your summer. Here's how to control it...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Strawberry and black pepper mousse recipe...

Come summer, you can't really beat a big bowl of juicy berries for pudding — served with whipped, clotted or thick double cream or sometimes a generous dollop o...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Inside story of how customs officers lost 10m of drugs at sea and almost drowned — but still caught Mr Big...

Life was sweet for David Huck, living as an English gentleman in rural Ireland with a perma-tan, a classic Morgan sports car and an architect's blueprint to build a lavish lakeside home.The yachtsman was rightly suspected of being a Mr Big among Europ...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Tories must beware Boris the incredible sulk...

You might think that in 300 years of prime ministers, there would be a few who have praised the record of their successor. But try to name one. When Theresa May pointedly refused to join in the applause for Boris Johnson at his final PMQs last week, she h...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Americans are at risk in Rwanda, warns top US senator...

As part of a radical rethink of its relations with the country, America should tell its citizens they risk being detained illegally in Rwanda, according to the...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Independence supporter in blue face paint called a Smurf by sheriff...

A Scottish independence supporter who was compared to a Smurf by a sheriff when he turned up at court in full William Wallace face paint has been ordered to car...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Test children at the age of two, think tank says...

Children should be tested on their learning from the age of two and progress through school on the strength of their abilities rather than their age, according to a Scottish parliament think tank.Parents have lost trust in parts of Scotland's educatio...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Q&A: Why racism verdict leaves Scottish cricket's reputation in tatters — and what happens next...

Why was the report commissioned?Sportscotland commissioned an extensive investigation following claims made by former Scotland players, Majid Haq and Qasim Shei...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Yes, I was there! The truth about Joni Mitchell's surprise gig...

So there I was at the Newport Folk Festival on Sunday, taking in the history at the Fort Adams State Park and seeing a couple of bands, when Joni Mitchell made...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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From Col du Granon to the Hautacam the images that defined a vintage Tour de France...

Study the timesheet alone and this year's Tour de France might appear to have been a procession. Jonas Vingegaard won the Yellow Jersey by nearly three minutes,...

 2022-07-25 16:00 

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Elon Musk, Sergey Brin and the love lives of the tech elite...

Elon Musk has said that one of the reasons so many people go wrong in life is that they fail to apply the "scientific method", which involves testing an idea an...

 2022-07-25 15:30 

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Charles Leclerc has himself and Ferrari to blame for F1 title chances slipping away...

Charles Leclerc's damning assessment of his championship hopes after crashing out of the French Grand Prix was clearly honest but also slightly optimistic.The F...

 2022-07-25 15:30 

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Premier's first buy in 16 years spices up home cooking sector...

A husband and wife behind a range of Asian meal kits have sold their company to Premier Foods for 44 million.Premier, the company behind brands such as Mr Kipl...

 2022-07-25 15:30 

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Euro 2022 semi-final: Sweden plan to beat England with knowledge on WSL team-mates and strong set pieces...

"I can assure you we will have a plan and we need a very good plan and maybe we need an extremely very good plan," Sweden boss Peter Gerhardsson said on Friday night...

 2022-07-25 15:15 

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Child hepatitis surge blamed on Covid lockdown...

Lockdown triggered an outbreak of hepatitis in young children because restrictions prevented them from developing immunity to common viruses, research suggests....

 2022-07-25 15:00 

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Natalie Metcalf: To see the NEC filled out with fans will be so exciting. It's the pinnacle of our sport...

When the England Roses netball squad for the Commonwealth Games was due to be announced last month, the players in contention had been given a timeframe during which they would hear from Jess Thirlby, the head coach, if they had made the cut...

 2022-07-25 15:00 

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Ukraine spies 'offered Russian pilots $2m to deliver warplanes'...

A plot to persuade Russian fighter pilots to fly their aircraft to Ukrainian-controlled territory and surrender has emerged after a tussle between the two count...

 2022-07-25 13:40 

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Virus wipes out thousands of seabirds at National Trust sanctuary...

An outbreak of bird flu has killed thousands of seabirds on islands off the coast of Northumberland in what has been described as an "unprecedented wildlife tragedy".More than 3,000 dead birds have been found on the Farne Islands though it is esti...

 2022-07-25 13:30 

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Players feel like helpless sitting targets football authorities must ensure the safety of players and staff...

After a short pause for breath, the domestic football season kicks off again this weekend. For fans of all clubs, it's a time of optimism, with alphabetical order being the only thing separating top from bottom....

 2022-07-25 13:30 

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Sean Longstaff: I broke down in front of my dad everything crashed down on me in that moment...

Sean Longstaff was having an early night in January and had been asleep for a couple of hours when he decided to check his phone. There were four missed calls from Eddie Howe. It was, he admits, a moment of real alarm....

 2022-07-25 13:20 

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Axe falls on Paris mayor's tree-planting plan to turn city green...

Plans to plant thousands of trees to create "urban forests" at historic sites in the heart of Paris are fading in the face of political opposition and practical...

 2022-07-25 13:05 

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Zimbabwe mints gold coin to tame inflation and bolster currency...

A gold coin stamped with an image of Victoria Falls has been introduced by Zimbabwe in its latest eye-catching attempt to tame galloping inflation and prevent a...

 2022-07-25 12:15 

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UK will host Eurovision 2023 on behalf of Ukraine...

The UK will host next year's Eurovision song contest on behalf of Ukraine, it has been announced.Although the Ukrainian act Kalush Orchestra won this year's con...

 2022-07-25 12:10 

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Climate at top of Australian PM Anthony Albanese's blizzard of new laws...

Australia's new Labor prime minister will move to swiftly end the nation's bitter climate wars when the parliament meets tomorrow for the first time since the May change of government.Anthony Albanese vowed today to " hit the ground running...

 2022-07-25 12:00 

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Automatic bans for pitch invaders in clampdown on fan violence...

Any fan who invades the pitch will receive an automatic club ban and will be reported to the police with a view to prosecution under a crackdown by the football...

 2022-07-25 12:00 

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Court of Appeal upholds ruling to end Archie Battersbee's life support...

Doctors can lawfully stop providing life-support treatment to a 12-year-old boy left in a comatose state after suffering "catastrophic4; brain damage three months ago, appeal judges have ruled.Three Court of Appeal judges today delivered a ruling a...

 2022-07-25 11:45 

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Pool a quarter of a mile long to keep Brussels cool...

Heatwaves driven by climate change are providing the impetus for a plan to build an open air, dockside "mga-piscine"; in Brussels the size of seven Olympic swimming pools.The huge lido, in the northwest of the Belgian capital near the city's ca...

 2022-07-25 11:40 

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Cricket Scotland found to be institutionally racist in damning report...

The findings of a damning report into racism in Scottish cricket should be "a wake-up call for all of Scottish sport", the chief executive of Scotland's nationa...

 2022-07-25 11:38 

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The Costa Verde Express: all aboard Spain's new luxury train...

Our train departs from Oviedo station and dinner service begins. Passengers in formal attire shuffle from their cabins into a dining car full of polished brass...

 2022-07-25 11:32 

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Cliff-jumping, high-octane biking and trendy restaurants: the Isle of Wight for millennials...

You'd be forgiven for thinking that the Isle of Wight might not be a millennial's cup of tea, let alone their soy latte. According to the recently released resu...

 2022-07-25 11:30 

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Afternoon naps may be a sign of poor health...

People who take regular afternoon naps could be at risk of higher blood pressure and strokes, according to a study.Researchers looked at data from 358,000 peopl...

 2022-07-25 11:10 

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Near misses prompt emergency checks on Indian airlines...

After a spate of near misses and mid-air incidents, including a bird in the cockpit, India's aviation authority has begun an emergency inspection of the nation'...

 2022-07-25 11:00 

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Outrage at executions of Myanmar pro-democracy activists...

The Myanmar junta has executed four anti-government activists, including a former member of parliament, in an unprecedented act that has provoked shock and revu...

 2022-07-25 11:00 

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Rishi Sunak will face down China...

It is no exaggeration to say that the western world has a huge challenge ahead of it in standing up to China. Here in the UK we should be taking a leading role....

 2022-07-25 11:00 

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Briefs: Bite Club review — skilful male striptease is big-hearted, camp fun...

Briefs are an Australian cabaret-circus troupe whose brand of saucy, savvy, skilful entertainment has earned them a cult following in the UK. Their work...

 2022-07-25 11:00 

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Bjrk and the Hall review — pizzicato and poise from pop's fearless pioneer...

Finally bringing her Orchestral tour to Britain after a two-year pandemic delay, Bjrk enlisted Manchester's fabled Hall orchestra for this highly antici...

 2022-07-25 10:50 

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Report into racism in Scottish cricket is a 'wake-up call' for the sport...

Racial abuse and favouritism towards white children from public schools have blighted cricket in Scotland, a damning report published today has revealed.The us...

 2022-07-25 10:45 

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Record fine for KPMG but junior auditor is spared...

A former junior auditor has avoided a fine and a ban for misleading the accounting regulator over the audits for Carillion and Regenersis, in misconduct that ha...

 2022-07-25 10:30 

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Banks on the move as Fed decision looms...

UK stocks edged lower on a quiet morning of trading in London, with investors wary going into a busy period of corporate reporting and a key US Federal Reserve...

 2022-07-25 10:30 

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UK market helps Vodafone ride out German decline...

A rise in prices in Britain helped lift first-quarter sales at Vodafone, offsetting a decline in Germany following new regulations ending automatic contract ren...

 2022-07-25 10:05 

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After you: traffic held for passing tiger...

Police stopped traffic to allow a VIP to cross the road in solitary splendour, watched by motorists and scooter riders.However, this was not a politician dem...

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