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 2021-09-27 16:00 

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America's gilded generation still have 'unfinished business'...

Long before Collin Morikawa sank the putt that guaranteed an American win at this year's Ryder Cup, it was clear that European hopes of holding on to the trophy...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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German election 2021: Coalition dancing partners eye each other up in Berlin rom-com...

Germany's future will come down to a love triangle between three ill-fitting groups in the Bundestag.The plot of this awkward romantic comedy has any number of...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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The Signalman review — Profound exploration of disaster is grippingly raw...

This is not the first time that Peter Arnott, the prolific Scottish dramatist, has explored the Tay Bridge disaster of December 28, 1879. Tay Bridge, his...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Chris Ramsey review — humorous insights into parenthood and domesticity...

Chris Ramsey arrives on stage bursting with exactly the everybloke energy he will sustain so enjoyably throughout his set. The house lights go down, the li...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Got long Covid symptoms? Well, they might be something else...

Nearly a million people across the UK have long Covid-type symptoms, according to the latest survey by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). And for 40 per...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Ade Edmondson: 'The Young Ones wouldn't be made now'...

Like many comic actors, Adrian Edmondson has become less silly with age, going from stints on EastEnders and Holby City to playing Count Rostov in War and Peace...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Labour to spend 28bn a year until 2030 on tackling climate change...

Labour has pledged to spend 28 billion a year until the end of the decade to tackle climate change if it gets into government.Rachel Reeves said she wanted to become the UK's "first green chancellor" by spending billions on shifting the UK to ...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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German election 2021: CDU turns on Armin Laschet after historic defeat...

Armin Laschet, the embattled leader of the German Christian Democrats (CDU), is facing seething recriminations from his own ranks after the party suffered the w...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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China abandons restrictions on births...

China has abandoned its population control policies to boost its declining birth rate and has scrapped fines for parents having more than three children.It is...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Controlling Britney Spears review — meet more toxic hangers-on...

Oops, they did it again. After a very good documentary about Britney Spears from The New York Times in February and a toothless one from the BBC in May...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Biden won't abandon us like he did the Afghans, says Syrian rebel leader Mazloum Abdi...

President Biden has promised the West's closest allies in Syria that he will not abandon them as he did Afghanistan, their leader has told The Times.The White H...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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SNP and Green fury against nuclear power is simply parochial...

Just as you will recall how Sherlock Holmes advised Dr Watson that the tale of the giant rat of Sumatra was "a story for which the world is not yet prepared", s...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Time to take dog meat off the menu, says President Moon of South Korea...

President Moon of South Korea has said the time may have come to ban the eating of dog meat, a traditional practice that is increasingly at odds with the countr...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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Energy boss spreads his tentacles as supplier crisis rages...

Greg Jackson has grand ambitions for his upstart gas and electricity supplier. The turmoil in wholesale markets has presented him with an opportunity to expand...

 2021-09-27 16:00 

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German model offers Starmer path to power...

Voters need reassurance, not radicalism, from a centre-left party: that is the clear belief of the man now the frontrunner to be chancellor of Germany, Olaf Sch...

 2021-09-27 15:30 

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Fast-track plan to entice players to become referees...

Former players are being recruited to train as referees with a plan to fast-track the best candidates to become elite match officials.The Professional Footballe...

 2021-09-27 15:30 

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Instagram Kids on hold, says Adam Mosseri...

Instagram is pausing its plans to release a children's version of its app over growing concerns about the platform's influence on teenagers' mental health.The...

 2021-09-27 15:15 

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Lionel Messi declared fit for PSG's Champions League game against Manchester City...

Pep Guardiola looks set to come up against his former Barcelona star Lionel Messi tomorrow after the forward was declared fit for the Champions League match aga...

 2021-09-27 15:05 

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Blackouts blight cities as China tries to wean itself off coal...

Cities in China have introduced swingeing measures to ration electricity as the country battles with surging demand while trying to reduce its dependence on co...

 2021-09-27 15:00 

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Aldi prepares for expansion and store with no checkout...

Aldi is planning to open another 100 stores in Britain over the next couple of years and to create 2,000 new jobs.The 1.3 billion investment also will expand...

 2021-09-27 14:45 

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Widespread damage as 'mini tornado' sweeps across eastern England...

Homes and vehicles were damaged as heavy rain and high winds, described by some onlookers as "tornados", swept through parts of eastern England today.A camper van was flipped over as strong gusts wreaked havoc and blew down walls and fences in Hum...

 2021-09-27 13:55 

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Sumo's greatest champion Hakuho forced to retire by Covid and a dodgy knee...

Hailed as the greatest sumo wrestler in the sport's history, Hakuho is to retire after coronavirus and injury brought his unrivalled career to an end.The 36-...

 2021-09-27 13:45 

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Footwear banned in Indian teaching exams to stop cheating...

Cheating in exams for coveted government teaching jobs prompted a police edict that no candidate could wear flip-flops, shoes or socks. Some 1.6 million men...

 2021-09-27 13:15 

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Italian sisters arrested over their mother's murder after TV appeal...

Two sisters who made a tearful televised appeal for information about their missing mother have been arrested on suspicion of her murder.Laura Ziliani, 55, a fo...

 2021-09-27 13:05 

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Matteo Salvini's social media guru Luca Morisi quits over drug investigation...

The social media guru credited with turning Matteo Salvini into Europe's leading populist politician has resigned after being investigated for suspected drug dealing.Luca Morisi, a low-profile former philosophy lecturer who made Salvini a byword for a...

 2021-09-27 12:30 

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave climate change event on private jet...

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been branded "hypocrites" for attending a concert urging action on climate change before leaving on a private jet.The Susse...

 2021-09-27 12:05 

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Crete earthquake leaves one dead and dozens trapped...

A 65-year-old man was crushed to death by a dome of a church that collapsed today during an earthquake that shook the island of Crete, leaving dozens of people...

 2021-09-27 12:00 

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Hunting the candid at the Chelsea flower show...

The Chelsea flower show has returned after an absence of two years through the pandemic.It has previously been one of the year's main society events, where the...

 2021-09-27 11:50 

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How will proposed consumer law changes affect subscription services?...

I offer a subscription option for my services. I hear the government is planning changes to consumer law — what do I need to know?...

 2021-09-27 11:40 

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MP Claudia Webbe 'harassed woman and threatened to send naked pictures to family', court hears...

An MP became "obsessed" with a woman who was friends with her boyfriend and threatened to send naked pictures of her to her children, a court was told. Claudia...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Starstruck review — a stylish treat from Gene Kelly and Scottish Ballet...

Although Gene Kelly's name is synonymous with the golden age of the Hollywood musical, this blazingly talented dancer, actor, choreographer and director...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Rolls-Royce soars on $2.6bn deal to supply B-52 engines for US air force...

Rolls-Royce has won a contract to supply engines for the United States air force B-52 Stratofortress bombers, in a deal which could be worth up to $2.6 billion....

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Henry Winter's weekend wonders: the Maldini dynasty and brilliant Bernardo Silva...

Another Maldini making his mark at Milan It cannot be easy being the son of an AC Milan and Italy legend, and the grandson of an AC Milan and Italy legend. Co...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Scott Morrison raises doubts about Cop26 climate summit attendance...

Australia's prime minister signalled today that he may stay away when the UK hosts the Cop26 climate change conference as some developing countries suggested t...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Malindadzimu review — a promising if sketchy family drama set on a farm in Zimbabwe...

There's another play lurking in the programme notes of Mufaro Makubika's promising but tantalisingly sketchy study of a woman and her daughter building a n...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Emmanuel Macron sues paparazzi over holiday jet ski snap...

A photograph of Emmanuel Macron riding a jet ski has so angered the French president and his wife that they have opened criminal proceedings against a photographer and a Paris gallery owner for breaching their privacy.The Macrons lodged a complaint with p...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Lewis Hamilton could start from back of grid as engine uncertainty rises...

Lewis Hamilton could start a race from the back of the grid after "questions marks" were raised over whether he will have to take an extra engine and subsequent...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Global supply issues fuel oil majors Shell and BP...

Oil majors provided the biggest boost to London's premier stock index as the price of Brent crude headed for $80 a barrel — its highest since October 2018 — amid concerns supply will not keep up with rising demand around the world....

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Domestic cricket schedule a muddle unlikely to be fixed by latest review...

On Wednesday, the chairmen and chief executives of the 18 counties will meet at Lord's to discuss the structure for county cricket for 2022. If that opening sen...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Ryder Cup 2021: Captain Padraig Harrington's poor decisions made tough job impossible for Europe...

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 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Life expectancy drops worldwide as Covid takes its toll...

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the largest dip in life expectancy since World War Two.The life expectancy of American men dropped by more than two years in...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Drug gang hit squad targeting Dutch PM Mark Rutte...

Mark Rutte, the Dutch prime minister, has been targeted by drug gangsters and is being protected by an elite armed police unit following the murder of a campaigning journalist and the 2019 assassination of a lawyer in a prominent mafia trial...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Japanese PM candidate backs nuclear submarines...

The popular choice to be Japan's next prime minister believes that the country should acquire nuclear-powered submarines, a move that would drastically increase military tension in east Asia, following this month's announcement that Australia is t...

 2021-09-27 11:00 

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Shadow minister to host Jeremy Corbyn conference event...

One of Sir Keir Starmer's front bench is under fire for planning to co-host a conference event with Jeremy Corbyn.Andy McDonald, the shadow employment rights se...

 2021-09-27 10:40 

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Why is there a fuel shortage and how long will it last?...

Why is there a fuel shortage? There is no shortage of fuel, simply a shortage of fuel in petrol stations, and this is due to two main reasons.The first is a shortage of lorry drivers that has meant restrictions in fuel distribution around the country. On ...

 2021-09-27 10:10 

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Lord Mandelson backs Labour reforms to end left wing 'stranglehold'...

People can vote Labour confident that they will not wake up to find Jeremy Corbyn as prime minister thanks to rule changes passed yesterday, Lord Mandelson has...

 2021-09-27 10:00 

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Gender identity badges handed out at sex offender prison HMP Isle of Wight...

A prison that holds criminals convicted of sexual offences is handing out gender pronoun badges as part of an inclusion drive. HMP Isle of Wight, whose former inmates include the paedophile Gary Glitter, announced the measure as it began its Inclusion Wee...

 2021-09-27 10:00 

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Bee swarms convince Indian elephants to buzz off...

Indian farmers are deploying bees to stop marauding herds of elephants destroying crops. The government in the eastern state of Odisha will place hundreds of beehives on the boundaries of farmland. The hives are linked by a wire which, when triggered by a...

 2021-09-27 09:55 

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Homegrown food shortage threat in Scotland...

Scottish shoppers will have "a lot less domestic food to eat" if the UK cannot end Brexit labour shortages, a farm leader has warned.Scott Walker, chief executi...

 2021-09-27 09:45 

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Sydney to ease lockdown restrictions as Covid vaccination rates rise...

Sydney will gradually emerge from lockdown in October after four months of restrictions, granting those inoculated against Covid-19 more freedoms than the unvaccinated.The easing in Australia's largest city is part of a staggered plan to open up New S...

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