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 2022-05-24 13:30 

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Cardinal in court over fund to help Hong Kong democracy activists...

An outspoken Catholic cardinal has appeared in court in Hong Kong charged with failing to properly register a defence fund for pro-democracy campaigners in 201...

 2022-05-24 13:00 

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England squad: Jarrod Bowen and James Justin earn first call-ups for Nations League...

Jordan Henderson, who will lead Liverpool into the Champions League final against Real Madrid on Saturday, has been left out of the England squad for their upc...

 2022-05-24 13:00 

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The Scorer: Sam Hain's slow charge, bowlers back in form and jinxes galore...

The curse of The Scorer strikes again. Nary a week has passed this summer without The Times's apophenia laureate pointing out that history could happen and then...

 2022-05-24 12:55 

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Russia forces achieving 'localised success' in Donbas...

Russia has increased the intensity of its artillery bombardment of strategic cities in the Donbas as President Putin's forces attempt to encircle pockets of Uk...

 2022-05-24 12:27 

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Bags of style: the coolest new carry-on cases...

1. Mtier Vagabond DuffleIf you're quite happy to shrug off the invention of the wheel for your carry-on, the London-based brand Mtier makes over-the-shoulder...

 2022-05-24 12:20 

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Anti-racism group Black Equity Organisation offers legal hotline...

A new national civil rights organisation is to offer a hotline providing legal advice to victims of racism.The Black Equity Organisation, which starts work tod...

 2022-05-24 12:20 

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Energy bills to rise by 800 as price cap increases...

A senior minister has said that the universal credit uplift "is not going to return" as the government came under pressure to impose a windfall tax...

 2022-05-24 11:49 

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The countries where your pound goes furthest this summer...

The first restriction-light year of travel has been two years in the making, but just as we were starting to dig out those dusty cases, the biggest cost-of-livi...

 2022-05-24 11:20 

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From Soviet loyalists to Putin's targets: how Ukraine war turned 'brothers and sisters' into enemies...

Half a lifetime ago she was dancing at the Kremlin. Now she is hiding from the Kremlin's cannons.At 73, Ludmila Yusova still has the litheness of her younger days, when she was a gymnast and a member of the Kvitka Dance Ensemble, a Ukrainian folk trou...

 2022-05-24 11:15 

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Royal Navy could escort grain ships through Odesa blockade...

Britain is in discussion with allies about sending warships to the Black Sea to protect freighters carrying Ukrainian grain. A "coalition of the willing" would...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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We Started to Sing review — backwards look inspires a tender family drama...

All sorts of playwrights filch ideas from their family history. Barney Norris is taking things further this year. After sharing a stage on tour with his fa...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Bank of England's climate stress test: lenders face 300bn hit if crisis goes unchecked...

Britain's biggest lenders and insurers face losses of more than 330 billion by 2050 if governments take no further action to cut carbon emissions, the Bank of...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Beach House review — a slow burn leading to a bright new dawn...

Barrowland, Glasgow...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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We Started to Sing review — backwards look inspires a tender family drama...

George Clinton should have had his feet up by now. In 2019 the flamboyant funk pioneer began this farewell tour at the age of 78. Twice delayed by Covid...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Kurt Zouma: West Ham defender admits kicking and slapping pet cat...

The West Ham United defender Kurt Zouma has admitted kicking and slapping his pet cat.The France international pleaded guilty to two counts under the Animal Wel...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Private sector growth slows sharply as costs jump...

Growth in the private sector came close to "grinding to a halt" this month as businesses faced their fastest rise in operating expenses for nearly 25 years, hei...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Energy investors take fright at windfall tax plans...

Chatter that a potential windfall tax on energy firms could extend beyond North Sea oil and gas producers to encompass power generation companies has sent a c...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Corrina, Corrina review — a young female officer all at sea in a maritime drama...

Liverpool Everyman...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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How Liverpool are preparing to lose Michael Edwards — their transfer guru with the golden touch...

For one of the architects of Liverpool's rise, the expressions of interest from Europe's elite will only intensify after the Champions League final.Sadio Man a...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Grocery prices rise at fastest pace in 13 years...

Almost a quarter of British households are struggling to make ends meet as grocery prices increase at the fastest pace in 13 years, research shows.Food price...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Unilever boss Alan Jope defends sustainability focus after shareholder attack...

The boss of Unilever has defended the consumer goods giant's focus on sustainability and the environment, arguing that it is a commercial decision that has the...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic review — the funk pioneer chairs colourful chaos...

George Clinton should have had his feet up by now. In 2019 the flamboyant funk pioneer began this farewell tour at the age of 78. Twice delayed by Covid...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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How did Boris Johnson escape a fine for this Downing Street party?...

What party was Boris Johnson photographed at and what were the rules?The prime minister was pictured raising a glass at a leaving party for Lee Cain, his direct...

 2022-05-24 11:00 

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Michael Edwards: How Liverpool are preparing for loss of transfer guru with the golden touch...

For one of the architects of Liverpool's rise, the expressions of interest from Europe's elite will only intensify after the Champions League final.Sadio Man a...

 2022-05-24 10:00 

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John McEnroe: Players should boycott Wimbledon over Russian ban...

John McEnroe has said it was a mistake by Wimbledon organisers to ban players from Russia and Belarus at this year's championships and suggested that there shou...

 2022-05-24 09:15 

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Snap stock falls 30% after profit warning...

Snap shares fell by almost a third last night after the social media group issued a profit warning that it blamed on a sharp downturn in the wider market.Meta...

 2022-05-24 09:00 

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Chinese police told to shoot Uighurs who try to escape camps...

Uighur prisoners in the western Chinese region of Xinjiang are to be shot on sight should they try to escape from "re-education4; camps where they are said to...

 2022-05-24 09:00 

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Assassins tried to kill President Putin, says Ukrainian intelligence chief...

The head of Ukraine's military intelligence has claimed that assassins tried to kill President Putin two months ago.Kyrylo Budanov said the unsuccessful attempt on the Russian leader's life was carried out by "representatives of the Caucasus&#...

 2022-05-24 08:50 

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Elizabeth Line: New London train route 'fit for a queen' finally opens...

Some queued from midnight dressed in purple, others danced through the barrier — and it was certainly a party atmosphere when the first Elizabeth Line train lef...

 2022-05-24 08:30 

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What I learnt... about leading by doing...

Kristo Krmann, 41, is co-founder and chief executive of Wise, the stock market-listed London fintech valued at more than 3.7 billion. The business, original...

 2022-05-24 08:30 

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President Fernndez of Argentina fined for lockdown birthday party...

President Fernndez of Argentina and the first lady have been fined the equivalent of 20,000 for breaking strict Covid lockdown rules after leaked photos showed them enjoying a birthday party. The couple agreed to pay a penalty of 3 million pesos in the fo...

 2022-05-24 08:00 

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For confab with Gray on timing, read cancel...

1. Is there much point now it's all out there?There are only two topics of conversation in Westminster today. The first is that photo. You'll have seen it by n...

 2022-05-24 08:00 

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There's an EastEnder inside every royal...

Everyone meet Albert Square's new residents: Chaz and Caz. Yes, what better way to celebrate the Queen's 70-year reign than sticking Charles and Camilla in East...

 2022-05-24 08:00 

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Trade takes off again at airport caterer SSP...

The new chief executive of SSP Group declared that the transport caterer was seeing a significant rebound in trade after the impact of Omicron and predicted a f...

 2022-05-24 08:00 

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Times Sport Unseen: Everton survive, Manchester City win the Premier League and Mark Noble says goodbye...

Bradley writes: The Premier League season ended with two amazing 3-2 scorelines for the blue halves of Liverpool and Manchester. It started for me with Everton...

 2022-05-24 07:30 

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Kylian Mbapp 'talked a little bit' with Liverpool before signing PSG contract...

Kylian Mbapp has confirmed that he had talks with Liverpool before ultimately deciding to sign a contract extension at Paris Saint-Germain.The World Cup-winnin...

 2022-05-24 07:30 

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Inflation puts pressure on Treasury...

Guete Morge from Davos: Public sector borrowing data released this morning has (once again) laid bare the hit to the public finances from rising inflation.The g...

 2022-05-24 07:20 

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UK borrowing falls in April as inflation raises debt costs...

The government borrowed 18.6 billion last month, 5.6 billion less than in April last year and below expectations.City economists had forecast borrowing of 1...

 2022-05-24 01:30 

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Moonage Daydream review — a kaleidoscopic but flawed look at David Bowie's life...

Five years in the making, utilising "thousands of hours" of archive footage and 48 newly remastered concert tracks, and clocking in at a hefty 140 minutes,...

 2022-05-23 23:01 

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 2022-05-23 23:01 

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 2022-05-23 21:15 

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Crimes of the Future review — David Cronenberg's dystopia is a desperate flop...

It is immediately one of the great mysteries of cinema that a film featuring mutant ballet dancers, open-air surgery and eroticised wound-licking could be...

 2022-05-23 21:00 

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Silent Witness review — a bit of competitive spirit peps up a post-mortem...

It's sobering to reflect that when Silent Witness (BBC1) launched on the BBC, Tony Blair had yet to come to power. God, I feel old. To mark its 25th anniv...

 2022-05-23 20:30 

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French Open: Rafael Nadal is out of practice and unfit? Could have fooled me...

Among the more impossible challenges in world sport is being drawn against Rafael Nadal in the first round of the French Open. He has never lost a first-round m...

 2022-05-23 20:30 

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Kalvin Phillips is top of Manchester City's midfield list...

Manchester City will press ahead with their efforts to sign a central midfielder and are considering making a bid for Kalvin Phillips from Leeds United.Phillips...

 2022-05-23 20:00 

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The Times view on Biden's vow to defend Taiwan: War Drums...

Joe Biden has made it clear to Beijing that the US would be ready to take military action to defend Taiwan if China uses force to grab the island. The US president's warnings yesterday were read by Chinese propagandists as sabre-rattling. In fact they...

 2022-05-23 20:00 

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Belief in its own sin is subverting the church...

Jokes age, like everything else. And the old joke about the Church of England being the Tory party at prayer has been out of date for at least a generation. At...

 2022-05-23 20:00 

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The Times view on children's social care: Unhappy Families...

Josh MacAlister's review calls for new "family help" teams to reduce handovers between different services, which is how many of the worst cases of abuse a...

 2022-05-23 20:00 

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PM's superpower is to trivialise everything...

Nadhim Zahawi is the current Secretary of State for Going on Telly. This weekend, on telly, he was speaking to Sky's Sophy Ridge. For background here, she was...

 2022-05-23 20:00 

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The Times view on jackdaw democracy: Bird Brain...

In John Wyndham's science-fiction novel Web, posthumously published in 1979, a tropical island is overrun by millions of mutant spiders that have learnt to hunt in packs and destroy all other forms of animal life, including humans. The evolution of sp...

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