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 2022-11-17 00:01 

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'I don't mind saying that I was in tears. Cases like that change your perspective of life'...

Over four decades John Cooper KC has acted in numerous harrowing and high-profile cases but representing 12 bereaved families in the Manchester Arena inquiry...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Autumn statement is last throw of the dice to win over weary public...

'They've spent so long telling us that it's all going to be terrible, that maybe when it happens it won't be so bad".That was what Reena, a 64-year-old charity...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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The Times Daily Quiz: Thursday November 17, 2022...

1 Which Swedish company is the world's largest furniture retailer? 2 Placed in orbit in 1970 by a Long March 1, Dong Fang Hong 1 was which country's first space...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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King's Counsel, November 17, 2022...

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 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Terrorism remains a substantial threat to the UK...

Make no mistake, the West is in a contest with determined adversaries. MI5 necessarily operates behind the scenes. So it may come as a surprise to see me writin...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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The first cut is the deepest...

The comedian Adam Kay, whose days as a doctor inspired the TV series This Is Going to Hurt, gave his fellow medical students a scare during his first attempt at...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Tell us your family Christmas recipes...

What do you cook for Christmas dinner? While some people tiptoe into their kitchens at dawn to begin roasting their turkeys, others bake bubbling trays of cauli...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Focusing on reducing the deficit without growth would be a huge mistake...

We've heard some terrible analogies ahead of today's autumn statement. The worst is the "fiscal black hole" concept being used to justify large tax rises and sp...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Directors face personal liability over cybersecurity failures...

Given the tendency of US legal and regulatory trends to make their way across the Atlantic, two cases during the past month should give British boardrooms pause...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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An assault on the right to protest...

Measures to crack down on disruptive protests by environmental campaigners are likely to backfire and encourage those opposing government policies, critics warn...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Joan Didion's blank notebooks fetch thousands at auction...

The notebooks have dark blue or red covers and their lined pages are blank. They are worth about $12 each, or would be, if you bought them in a shop, said Lis...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Patients with eating issues restrained at Edinburgh hospital...

Young people with eating disorders were left traumatised after being restrained by "heavy-handed4; medics and fed by nasal tube at an Edinburgh hospital, a repo...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Alfredo Morelos on the beach days after limp display in draw with St Mirren...

Life is a beach for Alfredo Morelos, the Rangers striker, who is clearly keen to make the most of the two-week holiday given to the Ibrox players by Giovanni va...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Argentina's Agustin Creevy hurtling head-on at Scotland...

Those players who have figured in four Rugby World Cups form one of the sport's more exclusive clubs — Chris Paterson is Scotland's only member — and Argentina'...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Bear Grylls: Fear of boarding school was just like SAS...

Bear Grylls says the "raw fear" of being dropped off at boarding school at the age of eight was like training for the SAS.Grylls, 48, said his parents were...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Bono: Stories of Surrender review — Father still looms large in his moving tale...

Not for Bono the usual book tour featuring a glass of warm white wine and a reading at the back of a shop.In suitably ambitious fashion, the lead singer of U...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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When the chancellor speaks to the Commons today, don't forget the elephant in the room...

It's a fair bet there is one word Jeremy Hunt will do his best to avoid mentioning when he sets out his "eye-watering4; budget today. Yet it is the one word t...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Sione Tuipulotu shines in Scotland's golden trio...

It is not only in Downing Street that the door to No 10 has been swinging on its hinges just lately. Something very similar has been happening in the Scotland r...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Magnus Bradbury: It's going to be physical, fast, brutal — I love that...

It is not quite a sold-out Murrayfield and the All Blacks, but Magnus Bradbury will still experience a blast of big-match fever at Ashton Gate tonight.Every one...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Higher costs and fewer punters hit CMC...

A warning on costs and a fall in customer numbers over the six months to September have overshadowed a rise in profits at CMC Markets.Shares in the financial...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Connor Roberts: If I'm useless, who cares? I nearly died last season...

Connor Roberts feared for his life when a doctor could not give him an assurance that he would recover from suffering pneumonia last season. The Wales right bac...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Telecoms cases swamp tribunals...

Fears are growing that land tribunals are being inundated by a rising tide of telecommunications cases since ministers amended rules to boost the country's driv...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Eddie Jones's smoke and mirrors act to keep New Zealand guessing...

If Eddie Jones had his way, rugby would follow football in dispensing with jersey numbers that denote a player's position and he would name a match-day squad of...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Magic is over for 'culturally insensitive' Aladdin...

A pantomime production of Aladdin has been cancelled in the middle of rehearsals after complaints were made about "cultural insensitivity".Children and adults i...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Unionist victory ends coalition...

From The Times: November 17, 1922The great victory of the Unionist Party, liberated from the Coalition to fight an independent campaign against all comers, is t...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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'Not proven' verdict triggers row...

Scotland's legal system is taking a "dangerous step" as its unique third criminal verdict, "not proven", is to be abolished, lawyers warn.Nicola Sturgeon, the f...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Michael Gove vows to name and shame after Awaab Ishak's death in mouldy flat...

Ministers have pledged to "name and shame" landlords who let out substandard properties after a boy aged two died from untreated mould in his home.In the Common...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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The cheat's superfast supper menu...

Nine out of ten Brits don't have time for a formal feast. Hannah Evans shows you how to cut corners with a little help from the supermarkets...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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New mothers more likely to die in UK than Scandinavia...

Women are four times as likely to die after childbirth in Britain as in Scandinavian countries, a report has said.Researchers analysed data on the number of wom...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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A choice of specialist regulation makes sense...

Choice has become a big issue in legal regulation as pressure mounts to ensure that consumers are able to shop around when looking for a lawyer. But then there...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Quentin Letts: Squish, squash, it's those flying tomatoes again...

Angela Rayner, in that Scrub Bud voice, accused Dominic Raab of being "abrasive". The Commons did not react much. There was a listless, stale quality to PMQs. R...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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What crisis? It's boom time for super-rich art collectors...

The auction of Microsoft co-founder Paul G Allen's art collection broke 20 records last week. Anny Shaw rounds up who was buying...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Laws to shield free speech could choke it, says head of the Russell Group of universities...

New powers that aim to protect free speech at universities will stifle it, the head of the Russell Group has said.Moves to impose a legal duty on institutions t...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Secret plans to evacuate island homes over toxic gas...

Secret plans were drawn up for residents to be evacuated from one of Scotland's most popular tourist destinations amid fears that a sunken barge could explode a...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Ivanka Trump: Daddy's girl conspicuous by her absence...

Long seen as his favourite child, the refusal of Ivanka Trump to join her father's campaign deprives him of a counsellor and a fundraiser with a reach unlike that of anyone else in his orbit.Ivanka Trump, 41, was able to wander in and out of the Oval ...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Word Watch: November 17, 2022...

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 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Qatar World Cup: Wales move training back to help cope with the heat...

Wales have been forced to move their training back by three hours after their players were taken aback by the midday heat, sparking concerns over their group B...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Unlikely victory is not impossible...

Donald Trump has told advisers that he wants to recreate the "underdog vibe" of the 2016 campaign that swept him to the White House. Could he really win again?...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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The truth about dating a football fanatic...

As the Qatar World Cup approaches, Susie Goldsbrough reveals the ups and downs of dating a devotee to the beautiful game...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Latvia calls for missile shield in Ukraine's west...

The Latvia defence minister suggested Nato should extend its missile shield to parts of western Ukraine as he held talks with counterparts in Germany. Nato mem...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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OBR forecasts will steer Hunt but are they reliable?...

When Jeremy Hunt stands up to deliver his autumn statement today the tax rises and spending cuts he announces will be real and painful.But it is a little-apprec...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Shaun Murphy: It's irritating when Ronnie O'Sullivan calls snooker insignificant...

Shaun Murphy has launched a withering attack on Ronnie O'Sullivan, claiming that the world No 1 is a poor ambassador for snooker. After his first-round win ag...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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News in pictures: Thursday November 17, 2022...

Andrew Milligan/PAJudges get to work at the 2022 World Scotch Pie Championship at the Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline Alberto H Romuald/mediadrum images...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Avoid the Eurovision hotel crisis — couch surf with Will Ferrell's mum...

Did you hear? Will Ferrell has set a new bar on how to make your mum happy.What does that mean? Isn't he that elf? No, he plays a human raised by Christmas elve...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Bad windfall tax can blow investments...

Maybe it's a bit late for the autumn statement lobbying. But it's not SSE's fault its half-year figures were out just before Jeremy Hunt's big day. Besides, th...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Prudential rings the changes with focus on Asia...

A reshuffle at the top of Prudential has tilted the FTSE 100 insurance group even further towards Asia.Prudential, which has a dual primary listing in Hong Ko...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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North Yorkshire towns take on second-home owners by doubling tax bills...

Tourist towns such as Scarborough and Whitby will be among the first in England to double council tax bills on second homes.Councillors voted to introduce the "...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Death rate higher on single-lane stretches of A9...

Deaths on single carriageway sections of "Scotland's most dangerous road" outnumbered those on dual stretches by 20 to one over the past five years. A motorin...

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Steve Clarke claims Scotland's defeat 'ticked all the boxes'...

Steve Clarke, the Scotland manager, believes that their narrow defeat in Turkey last night will stand them in good stead for next year's Euro 2024 qualifying campaign....

 2022-11-17 00:01 

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Qatar World Cup: England's 'finishers' prepare for vital role...

The most recent substitutions Gareth Southgate made at a major tournament were supposed to be the precursor to a rousing, raucous success.Marcus Rashford and Ja...

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