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 2021-10-15 20:00 

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Emma Raducanu delays tour return after early Indian Wells exit...

Emma Raducanu has withdrawn from the Kremlin Cup in Moscow next week for a longer period of rest after her early exit from the Indian Wells Open.The 18-year-old...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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The Times view on Hollywood's horse stars: Back in the Saddle...

You may not know Rusty the horse by name but you will recognise the 24-year-old gelding in any event. Over a long film career, Rusty has uncomplainingly borne both Russell Crowe in Robin Hood and the somewhat lighter load of Emma Watson in Beauty and the ...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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Stars of Tory TV breathe new life into The Office and A Place in the Sun...

An Englishman's home is his castle. But you can't work from there because the walls are too thick for the wifi. It is OK to work from your millionaire friend's...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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Corbyn's legacy is still poisoning Labour...

Claudia Webbe should trademark her words "I'm not mad, I'm a member of parliament" and make wacky signs to hang in Westminster offices. She'll probably need an...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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It's real life, Jim, exactly as you knew it...

Before hurtling into space aboard the Blue Origin rocket ship, the actor William Shatner packed some extra luggage: the childhood doodlings of Jeff Bezos, the A...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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The Times view on road pricing: Hard Yards...

Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty ImagesAs motorists switch from petrol to electric vehicles, the Treasury stands to lose 30bn a year in fuel dutiesThere are now just tw...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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Spare me this madness over turkey and sprouts...

Am I alone in wanting to punch a wall whenever someone whimpers about "saving Christmas"? The fetishising of one, anticlimactic day and a tarted-up version of...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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The Times view on the dead MP for Southend West: David Amess RIP...

A democracy does not work effectively if politicians are remote from those they represent. When Sir David Amess set out to Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea yesterday, he was going to do what he had been doing week in, week out, since he was first...

 2021-10-15 20:00 

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We're about to wake up to the mess we're in...

We're going to the dogs. We haven't quite woken up to the mess we're in yet, but we will. In the unconscious mind of the nation the dots are all there, waiting...

 2021-10-15 19:00 

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Marks of man on the landscape, old and new...

I was back on the Oxford Canal in the first days of October, on the next leg of a leisurely plan to navigate its 75 miles. This stretch took us south, from the...

 2021-10-15 18:48 

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Chennai Superkings v Kolkata Knightriders: Eoin Morgan's woes continue with IPL final defeat...

In a contest between two World Cup winning captains, it was MS Dhoni who came out on top, leading the Chennai Superkings to their fourth Indian Premier League t...

 2021-10-15 18:00 

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Miserable year continues for Katarina Johnson-Thompson after coach split...

Katarina Johnson-Thompson has been dealt another blow after being forced to split with the coach who took her to the world title.Bertrand Valcin has taken a new...

 2021-10-15 17:45 

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The reactions to David Amess's death are no clichd expressions of horror — this shock is real...

There are some misunderstandings of the MPs' world that it's worth dispelling. Everybody these days feigns shock and grief at every personal tragedy, and insincerity comes easy. MPs are not immune from clichd expressions of sympathy and horror, an...

 2021-10-15 17:15 

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Chinese Grand Prix dropped again in record 23-race calendar for 2022...

The Chinese Grand Prix will be absent from the Formula One calendar for a third successive year despite a record-breaking 23 races being revealed for 2022.The r...

 2021-10-15 17:15 

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Chinese Grand Prix absent again in record 23-race calendar for 2022...

The Chinese Grand Prix will be absent from the Formula One calendar for a third successive year despite a record-breaking 23 races being revealed for 2022.The r...

 2021-10-15 17:00 

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Cabotage rule relaxation 'taking work from British HGV drivers'...

The haulage industry has accused ministers of "taking work from British operators" after they announced plans to make it more attractive for foreign companies t...

 2021-10-15 17:00 

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Carrie Johnson: I'm constantly worried about my pregnancy...

Carrie Johnson has spoken of the "constant worry" she has experienced during her pregnancy after suffering a miscarriage earlier this year.The prime minister's...

 2021-10-15 17:00 

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Lewis Bloor diamond trial collapses after CPS disclosure failings...

A 3 million diamond fraud trial involving a star of the The Only Way is Essex has collapsed after a "litany" of prosecution failings including the not disclosi...

 2021-10-15 17:00 

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I help thousands of Britons fight for social justice, says anti-woke campaigner Helen Pluckrose...

An anti-woke campaigner has dealt with thousands of complaints from British workers over the last year who claim that "authoritarian social justice issues" are...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Poland builds wall to keep out migrants sent from Belarus...

Poland is building a 300 million border wall as thousands of migrants try to cross the border from Belarus and deaths mount. On Thursday the lower chamber of...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Privacy fear as Moscow metro launches facial ID payment system...

Commuters on the Moscow metro will be able to pay for their journeys at a glance with the introduction of the world's most extensive facial recognition system...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Nic Chapman: my MS battle and the treatment that's given me hope...

Nic Chapman and her sister built a beauty empire on YouTube. Then, at 37, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Now a radical treatment has given her hope...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Carlos Curates: R&J Reimagined review — the star-crossed lovers are radically rebooted...

One of the hallmarks of a classic is how many variations can be spun from it. In the case of Romeo and Juliet the answer is, of course, countless. Birmingh...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Covid in Scotland: Military brought in to help Scottish hospitals facing backlogs...

NHS Lanarkshire and NHS Borders have both asked the forces to help them manage patients suffering Covid-19 and a surge in patients with other serious health problem...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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KwickScreen boss Michael Korn: Covid was our (retractable) screen test and we aced it...

When Michael Korn designed a hygienic screen for use around hospital beds as his final-year project at the Royal College of Art in 2007, his tutors didn't get i...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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RLPO/Hindoyan review — Beethoven's Ninth with spine-tingling fervour...

I hope this programme is a sign of things to come in Liverpool. To inaugurate his first season as principal conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic,...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Frank Warren: Tyson Fury has changed . . . even my hero Muhammad Ali said some stupid things...

'Boxing is a crap magnet." These are Frank Warren's words, but he still loves the old game even after losing 17,500 on his first bout, being punched by Mike Tyson and shot by a man in Barking. After Tyson Fury's hellish brawl with Deontay ...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Who Do You Think You Are? review — why not go back to Adam and Eve? Or maybe the fish?...

Who Do You Think You Are?BBC1GuiltBBC2The LarkinsITVLady Boss: The Jackie Collins StoryBBC2Who Do You Think You Are? is absolute nonsense. I'm not saying it isn...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Newcastle takeover: Amanda Staveley insists she did not use Mike Ashley loan deal...

Amanda Staveley organised a deal to borrow tens of millions of pounds from Mike Ashley's company to help fund the purchase of Newcastle United — but her representatives insist she has not used the loan facility.Staveley9;s company PCP Capital...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Meteorite gives Canadian woman an alarm call she'll never forget...

It was a wake-up call like no other.As Ruth Hamilton slept in her home in Golden, western Canada, a large meteorite plunged from space, smashed through her roof...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Climate change: Dead grass and no snow sport's 2045 armageddon...

Sport is an industry that is most vulnerable to the effects of climate changes. Ideally, therefore, it should be doing its utmost both to protect the environment and to persuade others to do so too. Forest Green want to go up through the leagues to the Ch...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Done The Times, now I need to do the crimes...

An unsolicited email flopped on to my digital doormat this week from a well-known home security company, informing me that "a burglar's average salary could be...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Goldman Sachs cashes in on wave of dealmaking...

Profits at Goldman Sachs surged this summer as lucrative advisory fees scaled record levels amid an uprecedented wave of dealmaking.The American investment bank...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Road review — simmering violence undercut by humour and pathos...

Natalie Ibu's revival of Road is an ambitious calling card for the new artistic director of Northern Stage. Jim Cartwright's theatrical tapestry, first sta...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Josh Widdicombe: 'My wife and I are discussing whether we want our children to grow up in Zone 2'...

We moved to our Victorian terrace in east London four years ago when my wife, Rose, was pregnant. This is the house we moved to as our family home. We used to l...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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The best books of 2021...

Welcome to The Times and The Sunday Times's list of the best books of the year so far. Our expert critics comb through hundreds of books to recommend the ones t...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Greg Wise: 'When my wife saw my first dance she burst into tears'...

Of course, there is one question for actor Greg Wise that looms above all others: what on earth did he do with the condoms Emma Thompson gave him?"Oh God, oh n...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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The Swimming-Pool Library by Alan Hollinghurst review — a tale of subterranean sexual abandon...

William Beckwith, Hollinghurst's protagonist, cruises, more or less literally, through life, picking up men wherever he finds them: in hotel bars, in X-rated cinemas and on the Underground...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Juan Carlos's return looms but Spain may not welcome him home...

At the home of the Spanish royal family in the Zarzuela Palace outside Madrid, housemaids have dusted off a gilt four poster bed and butlers aired sets of silk pyjamas in preparation for the return of their master, the exiled and disgraced former king.Or ...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Bellicose Xi tests West's mettle over Taiwan...

On the top floor of the National Liberal Club, a diplomatic coup was under way. Despite Covid constraints, Taiwan's annual national day reception was attracting...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Succession: who should succeed in season three?...

Roman Royby Caitlin MoranI'm Team Roman — on the basis that Team Roman would, in fact, be Team Roman and Gerri, the relationship that is the basis for the most...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Cynthia Harris obituary...

When it was announced in the late 1970s that Thames Television was planning a lavish new drama series based on the lives of Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, alm...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Billionaires head to London for a bus ride to Windsor and a bunfight with Boris...

How many billionaires can you fit on a bus? That is one conundrum faced by the Metropolitan Police next week as they take charge of ferrying some of the world's...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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John Bishop: 'I don't know anyone in their fifties who thinks they're old'...

We are close, very close now, to the current Doctor's last season aboard her Tardis. Yet even as we begin our farewell to Jodie Whittaker, we shall welcome aboa...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Growing Up by Peter Doggett review — the Sixties? Perhaps Mary Whitehouse was right...

Of course, in a way this history-by-decade business is an absurdity. Almost no one, I imagine, wore long johns on January 1, 1960, and crotchless panties on Ne...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Rapist under surveillance admits murdering 'kind and caring' pensioner...

A convicted rapist who was being monitored by police has admitted sexually assaulting and murdering a community stalwart in her own home.Jason Graham, 30, kill...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Get a bigger pension income without eating into your pot...

It has become increasingly difficult to take a reasonable income from your retirement savings without eating into them.Over the past 20 years it would have bee...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Inside the 'cloak and dagger' campaign against Kathleen Stock...

Students calling for the resignation of Kathleen Stock have said their campaign has been "cloak and dagger" in order to protect their own members from online h...

 2021-10-15 16:00 

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Bitcoin back above $60,000 on hopes US will allow crypto-linked funds...

Bitcoin has jumped to near record highs on hopes that a US financial watchdog will allow a broader swathe of investors to gain exposure to the cryptocurrency.Ye...

 2021-10-15 15:00 

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Pep Guardiola suggests Raheem Sterling can leave Manchester City if he is unhappy...

Raheem Sterling has said that he is open to a move away from Manchester City if it means securing regular first-team football. The 26-year-old forward, who joined City from Liverpool for 49 million in 2015, has made more starts for England than his club t...

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