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 2022-09-06 16:30 

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World's top men and women set to compete alongside each other in new mixed tournament...

The likes of Emma Raducanu, Andy Murray and Cameron Norrie will be able to team up for Great Britain next year in a new annual ATP and WTA mixed tournament whic...

 2022-09-06 16:20 

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Uphill struggle for Utah's proposed Alta-Snowbird, the world's longest cable car...

A row has broken out over proposals for what would be the world's largest cable car to ferry skiers to resorts in Utah.The project, expected to cost $550 millio...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Champions League: Why Bayern Munich are team to beat...

Who are the favourites for the Champions League? Who have got an easy ride in the group stages? And who has been hampered by the draw? Question no more; we have...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Keeping selection simple has provided stability and served England well...

In cricket literature, it is surprising how little has been written about selection. Players have been voluminously represented, through autobiographies — ghos...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Rangers dismiss Darius Campbell Danesh leak as 'distraction from fraud'...

Rangers FC have dismissed claims that an allegedly fraudulent bid to recruit investors in the club was accidentally leaked by the singer Darius Campbell shortly before his mysterious death.The football club accused an American businesswoman, Kyle Fox, of ...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Amazon's last uncontacted tribes 'withdraw for their own survival'...

He was found lying in a hammock, his body covered with feathers. No one knew his name. No one knew the language he once spoke. And now, no one will ever know, as he was the last surviving member of his tribe.The death in the Amazon of a 60-something man, ...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Potato gnocchi with burnt butter recipe...

Browning completely changes butter's flavour to nutty and almost toffee-like. To make burnt butter, melt an unsalted block in a pan on a medium heat, swirling i...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Major-General Andrew Watson obituary...

In June 1969 the Spanish dictator General Franco closed the border with Gibraltar and laid siege. He was angered by the Rock's new constitution, which put paid...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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It's time to get sleeves, and make them big...

The turning of the seasons also means the beginning and end of lots of micro-seasons. The good tomatoes are over for another year; there are just a few weeks le...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Liz Truss needs to display more than self-belief...

New PM should remember that conviction only took Thatcher so far — she was also on the right side of the arguments...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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The Eternal Daughter at Venice Film Festival review — Tilda Swinton is doubly disappointing...

And still they come. Lockdown movies. You know? Films made during the winter restrictions of 2020-21, when reputable film-makers were forced into the punis...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Thiago Alcntara travels with Liverpool squad to Naples...

Thiago Alcntara has travelled with the Liverpool team for their Champions League tie against Napoli on Wednesday as he steps up his comeback from the hamstring...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Who will win the 2022 Mercury prize?...

Fergus McCreadie: Forest Floor Who is he? A Scottish jazz pianist in the expressive tradition of Keith Jarrett, and a former BBC Young Jazz Musician finalist wh...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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The 16 best candleholders to buy now...

Brass, wiggly or palm tree-shaped: let our selection whet your wicks, from 8.99...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Sydney-London with Qantas: the world's longest flight...

It's official. The longest commercial nonstop flight in the world has been cleared for take-off. It will be from Sydney to London with Qantas. QF1 will take 21...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Recipes from Rukmini Iyer's India Express...

South Indian-style black pepper and fennel prawns (above)This is a lovely, quick prawn curry with a real kick of spice from the mixture of fennel, black pepper...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Elon Musk pans Amazon's Lord of the Rings series...

Elon Musk has taken an apparent swipe at the billionaire Jeff Bezos as he criticised Amazon's new Lord of the Rings series.The world's richest man said that th...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Tackling Gary Lineker's tweets is work in progress, says BBC boss...

Cracking down on Gary Lineker's politicised tweeting is a "work in progress", according to the BBC's director-general. Tim Davie said that he had had conversati...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Meghan and Harry's not-royal tour — and oh no, another podcast...

Manchester, Dusseldorf, London: can you keep up with the Sussexes (and do you want to?), asks Hilary Rose...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Programme for government: Nicola Sturgeon to freeze private rents...

Private rents will be frozen across Scotland in a move landlords warn will engineer a collapse of the market.Nicola Sturgeon said that emergency legislation wou...

 2022-09-06 16:00 

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Tearful lorry driver tells court of nursery teacher Chloe Morrison's death...

A lorry driver was in tears as he spoke of the death of a nursery teacher who was struck by an outrigger leg that had come loose on his vehicle.John O'Donnell, 52, told the High Court in Inverness that he had never touched the operating mechanism and ...

 2022-09-06 15:30 

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Durham face points deduction after player's bat is deemed too big...

Durham could be facing the prospect of a points deduction in the County Championship which would end their slim promotion hopes after Australian batter Nic Madd...

 2022-09-06 15:30 

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Is Tyson Fury playing game of smoke and mirrors or can Anthony Joshua fight become a reality?...

For love nor an extraordinary amount of money, it felt as though the prospect of Anthony Joshua facing Tyson Fury had been sunk on the shores of Saudi Arabia a...

 2022-09-06 15:30 

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VAR should be scrapped it has turned a fireball of emotion into a slowly deflating balloon...

I would love to see VAR ditched by football. This is a game that captivated the world because of its capacity to provide detonations of emotion rarely seen in o...

 2022-09-06 15:15 

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Priti Patel is back in the political wilderness but she won't go quietly...

Priti Patel's departure from government brings to an end one of the most controversial spells of any home secretary. She only served at 2 Marsham Street for barely over three years, but has left a lasting legacy that will be remembered by some as a pe...

 2022-09-06 15:00 

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How's the beer, Prince Harry asks Germans at Invictus event...

Greeted by a crowd of onlookers chanting "Harry, Harry" and waving Union Jacks, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Dsseldorf today.The couple are in Ge...

 2022-09-06 14:45 

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Queen's bruised hand may only be a sign of age...

A prominent bruise on the Queen's right hand, visible in photographs taken at Balmoral with Liz Truss, is likely to reflect a benign condition of old age. About...

 2022-09-06 14:30 

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Manure row forces Dutch agriculture minister Henk Staghouwer to quit...

The Dutch agriculture minister has resigned amid mass protests and a political storm over climate change measures to cut nitrogen emissions from farms. The fina...

 2022-09-06 14:15 

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Alex Hales set to be brought back into the England ranks for T20 World Cup...

Alex Hales is set to be named in England's T20 World Cup squad as a replacement for Jonny Bairstow who was ruled out of the tournament after fracturing his leg...

 2022-09-06 14:00 

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Worries rise over UK energy companies' cash crisis...

Governments and banks are under increasing pressure to help shore up energy companies amid concerns over a liquidity crunch from rising collateral requirements...

 2022-09-06 13:45 

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Earthquake is not an excuse to break Covid lockdown, Chinese told...

As a deadly earthquake struck, residents in a southwestern Chinese city under Covid lockdown were ordered not to flee their homes and found emergency exits locked. Chengdu, a provincial capital of 21 million residents, was in a lockdown yesterday when the...

 2022-09-06 13:40 

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The US is a cyberbully and it hacked us, says China...

Beijing has accused Washington of hacking the computer system of a Chinese university, in an attempt to expose the US as a cyber bully.China'a cyber security centre and 360, a Chinese internet security company, said the a specialist US National Securi...

 2022-09-06 13:40 

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Lockdown wipes out a decade of progress in attainment gap...

The academic gap between rich and poor children leaving primary school is the biggest in 10 years, wiping out a decade of progress, government figures show.Immigrant children and those who do not speak English as their first language have overtaken their ...

 2022-09-06 13:30 

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Oliver Wilson's first win in eight years is heartening blow for every struggling golfer...

The popular image of the professional golfer is of a sportsman enjoying a vastly comfortable lifestyle, with lavish homes on more than one continent and a few f...

 2022-09-06 13:20 

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Man hired as 'period dignity officer' leaves role after backlash...

A man who was given the job of Scotland's first period poverty tsar has left the role after his appointment generated an international backlash.Jason Grant, a f...

 2022-09-06 13:00 

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Go-Ahead battles cyber attack on brink of takeover...

Go-Ahead Group, one of Britain's biggest bus operators, has come under attack from cyber bandits who have brought down its software systems, leading to potentia...

 2022-09-06 13:00 

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Liz Truss's to-do list: our experts answer your questions...

Liz Truss becomes Britain's 56th prime minister today and arrives in Downing Street with perhaps a bigger to-do list than any of her recent predecessors.With i...

 2022-09-06 12:45 

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Virimi Vakatawa banned from playing in France due to heart condition...

The Racing 92 and France centre Virimi Vakatawa has been banned from playing rugby in France due to a heart condition, his club Racing 92 confirmed on Tuesday....

 2022-09-06 12:00 

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Eric Bailly accuses Manchester United of favouring English players...

Eric Bailly has accused Manchester United of prioritising English players during his time at the club, claiming that selection was based on nationality rather...

 2022-09-06 12:00 

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Anthony Joshua ready to accept Tyson Fury's offer of world title fight...

Tyson Fury's promoter has said that he will send an official written offer to Anthony Joshua for a WBC heavyweight title bout in the UK at the end of the year....

 2022-09-06 11:40 

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Firefighters to vote on strike action over 2% pay offer...

Firefighters are being balloted for strike action over pay in the latest wave of industrial unrest to hit the country amid the cost of living squeeze.The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) said today that 32,500 of its members, including control room staff, across...

 2022-09-06 11:25 

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Girls drive sharp rise in child vaping...

One in ten schoolchildren now vape and there has been a sharp increase in teenage girls taking up the habit, NHS figures show. Nine per cent of 11 to 15-year-ol...

 2022-09-06 11:15 

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Staff at Usain Bolt's collapsed scooter start-up were 'not paid for months'...

Usain Bolt's start-up has been accused of not paying its former employees for months after the company collapsed. Bolt Mobility went out of business in July after running out of funding, leaving hundreds of unusable electric scooters and bicycles aban...

 2022-09-06 11:00 

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BBC SO/Canellakis review — Mahler played with fervour. Shame about the crying baby...

As though to prove that age does not necessarily blunt the wits, the 96-year-old Franco-American composer Betsy Jolas began her new piano concerto with...

 2022-09-06 11:00 

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TV entertainment is back to distract Russians from grim reality of war...

There's the talent show, We Sing in the Kitchen, The Whole Country, where contestants compete for millions of rubles while performing drinking songs. Here, you might be treated to the site of a small boy warbling a hit by the Soviet rock band, Kino, a...

 2022-09-06 11:00 

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Nureyev: Legend and Legacy review — a fascinating programme from outstanding dancers...

As galas go — and they can be long and boring — this one is pure quality. Celebrating Rudolf Nureyev, the great Soviet dancer who galvanised ballet in the...

 2022-09-06 11:00 

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Truss's energy freeze fires up markets...

Liz Truss's plans to freeze energy bills for every business and household in the country lifted markets in early trading, with retailers leading the pack as st...

 2022-09-06 11:00 

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Suede review — high-energy punk romp for the fan faithful...

Suede playing the back room of a pub? This supposedly secret show was billed as being by a hot new post-punk band called Crushed Kid, but you can't keep an...

 2022-09-06 11:00 

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Liz Truss plans energy bill freeze amid fear of mass bankruptcies...

Liz Truss is expected to freeze household energy bills at around 2,500 under a huge package to shield people from soaring prices. Truss, who will be appointed...

 2022-09-06 11:00 

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Times Sport Unseen: Holiday snaps and doing the rounds with George Russell...

My collection of pictures this week includes some holiday snaps from southwest coast of Scotland and the beaches of Brac, Croatia. Then I found myself scooterin...

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