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 2021-09-28 09:00 

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Lionel Messi taking time to adjust to new life at Paris Saint-Germain...

Life after Barcelona does not tend to be an easy time in the career of any footballer, but Lionel Messi is a special case. After spending more than half of his...

 2021-09-28 09:00 

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Remember me exhibition: Earliest portraits of black men in European art go on show...

The two earliest individual portraits of black men in European art are exhibited together for the first time today in an exhibition of Renaissance portraits in Amsterdam.Other works on show include the masterpiece Portrait of a Young Girlby Petrus Christu...

 2021-09-28 08:40 

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China allows US siblings Victor and Cynthia Liu to return home after Huawei case dropped...

China has allowed two American siblings banned from leaving the country since 2018 to return home, after the US abandoned a legal case against a top Huawei executive.Victor Liu, a Georgetown University student, and Cynthia Liu, a consultant at McKinsey an...

 2021-09-28 08:30 

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Moneypenny keeps American team close to drive growth...

For Joanna Swash, group chief executive of Moneypenny, there is no point expanding internationally if she cannot ensure a consistent level of service in every location....

 2021-09-28 08:30 

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There's no one around who looks like you . . . it's a significant barrier...

Roni Savage is surrounded by men. "I have four older brothers, three sons and work in a male-dominated industry," said the chartered engineer, who founded Uxbridge-based Jomas Associates, a construction services, engineering and environmental firm...

 2021-09-28 08:15 

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Blue Prism agrees to 1.1bn takeover by Vista Equity Partners...

Blue Prism, a developer of automated software, has recommended a 1.1 billion takeover bid from an American buyout giant....

 2021-09-28 08:00 

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Goodbye to Andy McDonald, the shadow minister we'd never heard of...

1. Are we there yetStock levels at petrol stations below 20 per cent. 150 military personnel preparing to drive tankers. NHS staff struggling to get to work. Much as it feels inappropriate to ask this when the nation is running on empty, but... rationing:...

 2021-09-28 08:00 

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Times Sport Unseen: Gary Neville's unbroken promise and Anthony Joshua's moment of defeat...

Bradley writes A nice Old Trafford sunset before Manchester United v West Ham. Sadly these do not last too long and by the time the game started just a few minu...

 2021-09-28 08:00 

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Go-Ahead loses Southeastern rail franchise...

The government has seized control of Southeastern trains after accusing the troubled transport group Go-Ahead of a serious breach of the franchise agreement's "good faith" obligations....

 2021-09-28 08:00 

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John Lennon recording with unreleased song up for auction...

A rare cassette recording of an interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono is to be auctioned in Denmark today. The tape features the unreleased song Radio Peace,...

 2021-09-28 08:00 

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Moonpig greets full-year revenue guidance...

Moonpig, the online greeting cards retailer, said revenues would be higher than forecast this year despite Britain emerging from lockdown....

 2021-09-28 07:45 

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Southeastern trains taken over by ministers after 25m franchise breach...

The government has taken control of Southeastern trains after accusing the operator of a serious breach of the rail franchise agreement....

 2021-09-28 07:15 

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Fuel crisis: Panic buying pushes prices to highest level for eight years...

Fuel prices have reached their highest level in eight years after more panic buying left some retailers reporting 90 per cent of their stations had run dry.As queues of drivers waited hours at forecourts across the country and businesses were urged to let...

 2021-09-28 06:45 

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Knives out for Angela Merkel's heir Armin Laschet after poll drubbing...

The embattled leader of the conservative Christian Democratic Union is facing recriminations from his own party after it suffered the worst general election...

 2021-09-28 06:25 

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Corbyn ally Andy McDonald quits as mayors pile pressure on Keir Starmer...

A shadow cabinet minister resigned yesterday saying the party was "more divided than ever" as Labour's metro mayors heaped criticism on Sir Keir Starmer.Andy...

 2021-09-28 05:00 

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Oil price rises above $80 a barrel...

Oil prices has risen above $80 a barrel for the first time in three years as resurgent demand led to fears of a supply shortfall. Brent crude, the global benchm...

 2021-09-28 03:45 

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North Korea demands end to joint military exercises amid further missile tests...

North Korea carried out another missile test, as it demanded that the United States remove strategic weapons and end its joint military exercises with South Kor...

 2021-09-28 00:45 

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US explores offer to station troops on Russian bases near Afghanistan...

America's top general held talks with his Russian counterpart on an apparent offer by President Putin to allow US military units to use Russian bases in central Asia to combat terrorist threats in Afghanistan.General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint...

 2021-09-27 23:01 

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If Rachel Reeves is to be an effective 'green chancellor', she must nationalise industry...

I know what it's like to give your first speech as shadow chancellor to a conference that is wary of you. In 2015, just two weeks after Jeremy had become leader...

 2021-09-27 23:01 

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Labour conference will be a triumph if we get the balance right...

I have only missed one Labour Conference in the last decade. In 2019 I decided my time was better spent on holiday with my friends in Portugal (a fine choice as...

 2021-09-27 23:01 

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John Hinckley Jr, who shot Ronald Reagan, set to be fully released...

John Hinckley Jr, who attempted to assassinate President Reagan four decades ago, can be freed from all remaining restrictions next year if he remains mentally stable, a US judge ruled yesterday.Judge Paul Friedman said during a 90-minute hearing that Hin...

 2021-09-27 23:01 

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Can Keir Starmer's reforms pause the never-ending Labour leadership contest?...

Forty years ago this week Labour members across the country packed up their suitcases and headed down to Brighton to decide their party's fate.Over the summer o...

 2021-09-27 23:01 

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A mix of issues caused the fuel crisis, a mix of solutions will fix it...

The last week has seen extraordinary queues outside forecourts. After a leak from a cabinet business task force meeting last week, media outlets across the coun...

 2021-09-27 21:30 

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Neal Maupay's late leveller allows Brighton & Hove Albion to dream big...

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 2021-09-27 21:00 

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Labour revives Blair's policy on crime...

Labour will be "tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime", the shadow home secretary has said as he announced the party is readopting Tony Blair's slogan as...

 2021-09-27 21:00 

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Let Britain's key workers fill up petrol first, PM urged...

Boris Johnson was coming under increasing pressure to give key workers priority at petrol forecourts last night after levels of panic buying escalated.The prime minister put the armed forces on formal notice to prepare 150 military personnel to drive tank...

 2021-09-27 21:00 

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Lee Westwood: I'd have more picks if named Ryder Cup captain...

Lee Westwood has said that he will make changes to the qualifying system and increase the number of captain's picks if he gets the chance to lead Europe's battered and bruised players into the next Ryder Cup in Rome.The USA's record 19-9 win o...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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The Times view on the post-Merkel future for German: After Angela...

The exhausting phase of a German election comes in the months after the votes have been cast and counted. Europe's largest, most powerful country turns inwards and waits as, in all-night sessions, party bigwigs poker their way towards a coalition that...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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Moeen Ali: Popular, selfless, funny and a mighty fine Test player, he deserved better...

Moeen Ali has chosen his moment well. At last he has taken charge of a situation that for too long took advantage of his selfless versatility and uncomplaining...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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Of course there's chaos, Whitehall is working from home...

The chaos at Britain's petrol pumps can be traced back to the absence of most civil servants from Whitehall. Less than 15 per cent of officials at the transpor...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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Parties are in trouble if they can't use c-word...

One word has dominated Labour's 2021 conference. In a different world, where Labour was capable of landing a blow on the government, that word might have been "...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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The Times view on holding a beer festival in a graveyard: Have One On Me...

The grave's a fine and private place, thought Andrew Marvell, "but none, I think, do there embrace". Move on three centuries and vicars are wondering whether the graveyard might not be a fine setting for a jolly get-together. Why not use these...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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Bok! My Serb and Croat are both a bit out of date...

With apologies to Ann Treneman, my word of the week is "bok", closely followed by "molim". And I mean "word of the week" in its most literal sense, "bok" and "m...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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Masks do reduce wearers' chances of catching Covid...

People who never wear face coverings in enclosed spaces are one and a half times more likely to test positive for coronavirus than those who use a mask.A report...

 2021-09-27 20:00 

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The fuel for this panic is a basic lack of trust...

Panic buying is about a lack of trust. Perhaps, for example, you don't trust Grant Shapps when he tells Britain "there is plenty of fuel". Because who cares if...

 2021-09-27 18:05 

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No Time to Die, but a good time to buy cinema stocks...

The new James Bond film didn't merely push Daniel Craig into the limelight — cinema stocks were also stars of the show. No Time to Die is set to send people...

 2021-09-27 17:30 

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Diogo Jota returns to Portugal for Porto reunion with Liverpool's destiny in his hands...

Growing up in Portugal, Diogo Jota was always earmarked as one to watch. As he returns to his homeland tomorrow night to confront Porto, the prophecies extollin...

 2021-09-27 17:00 

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Harry Kane needs to raise his mood and his game it could define his Tottenham legacy...

These next few menacing weeks, bringing all manner of challenges for Tottenham Hotspur, could shape Harry Kane's reputation. Will he be known as Spurs' most vau...

 2021-09-27 16:15 

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Former Domino's delivery driver held over Sabina Nessa murder...

The 36-year-old man suspected of the murder of the primary school teacher Sabina Nessa is a delivery driver who used to work for Domino's, it can be revealed. T...

 2021-09-27 16:05 

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One in eight smart motorway cameras not working, investigation finds...

More than one in eight CCTV cameras used to spot motorists who have broken down on smart motorways were not operating properly, an investigation has found.Mike...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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County cricket dissected: twin five-fors, quick finishes and Ollie Pope's near miss...

In a daring partnership, the minds behind The Play That Goes Wrong have branched out from London's West End and become the auteurs of county cricket for its end...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Covid in Scotland: Hospital admissions rise again after five-day fall...

Hospital admissions for coronavirus has risen for the first time in five days dashing hopes that the risk of serious illness was receding.There are now 1,023 Co...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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PSG v Manchester City: Mauricio Pochettino's side are top of Ligue 1 but lack clear identity...

If Mauricio Pochettino is enjoying his time as head coach of Paris Saint-Germain, he is doing a good job disguising it. During games he stands impassively in hi...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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From the archive: the 1953 petrol strike...

Horace Tonge/Kemsley Newspapers/Times Newspapers LtdLilo Blum of Knightsbridge, west London, chose to go shopping by donkeySidney Martin for the Sunday Graphic/...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Wolf Alice review — some rowdy headbanging, but not enough sexy charisma...

Back on the road for their first full mini-tour in more than two years, Wolf Alice arrived on stage in Frome in a whirl of whoops and grins, shiny hair an...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Quick vegan one-pot recipes...

Rachel Ama, Jamie Oliver's favourite Youtuber, shares fast, meat-free meals, from a harissa one-pot to chickpea tagine...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Betty O'Connell obituary...

There was much excitement five years ago when part of a Lorenz cipher machine was found languishing in a shed in Essex. It was advertised on eBay as a telegram...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Anything is Possible If You Think About It Hard Enough review — superb two-hander about dealing with grief...

The opening scenes unfurl as a winningly jittery rom-com. A young middle-class couple on a first date contend with rampant nerves, too much wine and the us...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Emmanuel Macron hit with egg at food fair...

President Macron was hit by an egg as he sought to woo chefs at France's biggest food fair today.The egg bounced off his shoulder and broke on the floor as poli...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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The best new bodycare products to try...

"Guys, did you know I ran a marathon?" Yes, I'm that person. Five years on — OK, nine years on — it is still my claim to fame. When my GP asks if I do much exer...

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