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 2022-01-07 00:01 

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SNP under fire over shipyard boss's 'extraordinary' 2,500-a-day salary...

The departing boss of the Ferguson shipyard was paid 25 times more than the average worker there in its most recent financial year.Tim Hair received salary and...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Covid in Ireland: close-contact rule poised to hit school bus services...

Private school bus operators are facing "major" challenges in fulfilling services, with some unable to work due to Covid-19, a representative body has said. Primary and secondary schools across Ireland reopened after the Christmas break yesterday ...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Sale Sharks' Irish star AJ MacGinty is well worth a watch...

Slim TV pickings for Irish rugby junkies this weekend. At the time of writing, Munster v Ulster is still due to go ahead tomorrow evening in Limerick, but tonight you may be forced to dip into the Gallagher Premiership for entertainment. May we suggest Br...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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People who raise abuse claims 'need protection'...

The principal of a leading fee-paying school has called for a whistleblowing officer to be appointed in Scotland to protect the wellbeing of children.Melvyn Ro...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Fiscal lesson from pandemic is that flexibility pays off...

Would it be such a great loss not to be able to conduct quantitative easing? That question, posed recently by Kate Forbes, the Scottish finance secretary, provo...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Rape Crisis Scotland's racism claim unfair, tribunal rules...

Rape Crisis Scotland has been ordered to pay a former employee more than 50,000 after it took a potentially racist comment and "blew it out of all proportion"...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Novak Djokovic: Forget the physical effects mental scarring will be the biggest concern for Serb's support team...

Even the judge taking charge of yesterday's preliminary hearing for Novak Djokovic's visa appeal appeared to have some concern about the impact on the world No...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Tory peer Michelle Mone accused of links to PPE company in 200m deals...

The Tory peer Baroness Mone is facing fresh questions over her alleged involvement with a company that won 200 million in PPE contracts. The report emerged as...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Tories divided over scrapping national insurance levy...

There's a phrase reverberating through the corridors of Westminster, following MPs wherever they go, and the more ministers attempt to bat away the problem the...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Robin Dicker QC obituary...

It was a fatal mistake for the witness in a fraud case to admit to Robin Dicker QC that he had uttered a white lie. Under cross-examination Dicker made him conf...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Court Circular: January 6, 2022...

Windsor Castle6th January, 2022Today being the Feast of the Epiphany, Choral Matins was held in The Queen's Chapel, St James's Palace, when the customary offeri...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Good morning, boss: you've just earned a worker's annual pay...

By 9am today, top executives will already have clocked up in pay what it will take the average British worker the whole year to earn, according to a think...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Duke of Cambridge wants 'wild card' solutions to save the planet for Earthshot Prize...

The Duke of Cambridge is looking for "wild card" solutions that will help to save the planet as he opens nominations for the next round of his 50 million Earth...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Peter Brookes Times cartoon: January 7 2022...

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 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Party time at Next after festive spirit lifts sales by a fifth...

Any fears that Omicron would spoil the party spirit at Next over Christmas were dispelled by a bumper set of results yesterday.Strong demand for party dresses h...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Military medics will be deployed in capital to alleviate shortages...

Two hundred armed forces personnel, including 40 military medics, will be deployed across NHS hospitals in London to alleviate staff shortages, the Ministry of...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Energy crisis: Consumers will foot the bill for helping Britain's poorest...

The vast majority of households would face higher energy bills under government plans to protect the least well-off from soaring gas prices.Ministers are consid...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Bring out the Roman bunting for 1,900 years of Hadrian's Wall...

The Queen isn't the only sovereign with an anniversary imminent. Exactly 1,900 years ago the Roman emperor Hadrian came to Britannia...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Young gun Jamie Dobie is learning from the master Ali Price...

Jamie Dobie says he could not have a better man than Ali Price to learn from as the 20-year-old scrum half strives to establish himself with club and country....

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Screw review — humour behind bars, but this is no Porridge 2...

Screw Channel 4 The Apprentice BBC1 One of the best dramas of 2021 was Jimmy McGovern's Time, starring Sean Bean as a teacher trying to survive in...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Head cleared of biting face of pubgoer...

The head of literature at an international school in Brussels has been cleared of biting the face of a fellow pubgoer in a row over Scottish accents.Emma Flynn,...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Joe Wright on his musical reinvention of Cyrano de Bergerac...

So you think you've had a turbulent few years? Joe Wright has got divorced, fallen in love, directed a flop, had a baby, cast his new partner in a big-screen musical of Cyrano de Bergerac...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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The Zurich Portrait prize portraits with a fresh outlook...

There are those who say this country is too small for criticism of books, theatre, art or any other creative endeavour, so you could also argue that Ireland is...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Two arrests after "ferocious" attack on teenage girl...

Two 18-year olds have been arrested in connection with the violent attack on Alanna Quinn Idris, the 17-year-old who was viciously assaulted close to her home i...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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India set to pay up in Capricorn row...

Capricorn Energy has halted legal enforcement actions as it finalises a tax refund worth almost $1.1 billion from the government of India.The oil and gas explo...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Waterloo soldier's armour pierced by cannonball goes viral...

Of the 65,000 casualties at the Battle of Waterloo, few are well remembered other than Lord Uxbridge, the second in command, who was hit by a cannonball before...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Javid warns lifting travel curbs could lead to lockdowns...

Sajid Javid has warned that Britain risks being forced into another lockdown after the decision to relax international travel restrictions.On Wednesday Boris Jo...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Finance chief to bolster troubled Avon Protection...

The British company whose bulletproof vests for the American military proved to be flawed is to replace its finance director after a tumultuous couple of years.Nick Keveth, 52, will leave Avon Protection in March to be replaced by Rich Cashin, 46, a defen...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Justice department wasted 160m, Labour inquiry finds...

The Ministry of Justice "wasted" 160 million of taxpayers' money last year — more than 14 times the amount for the previous 12 months, an investigation has found.An audit of the department's accounts over the past decade by the Labou...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Claudio Reyna played a key role in James Sands moving to Rangers...

James Sands has revealed that a conversation with Claudio Reyna, the former Rangers midfielder, convinced him to take the next step of his promising career at I...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Lenders face inquest over Arena Television 'fraud'...

More than 50 lenders are caught up in an alleged fraud at Arena Television, which is suspected of inventing thousands of fake assets as it racked up nearly 300 million of loans, administrators have revealed.High street banks and specialist lenders are fac...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Covid in Scotland: 1,000-plus emergency staff off work...

More than 1,000 emergency workers are absent from work from Covid-related reasons, figures suggest, as medics warned unvaccinated young people were putting pre...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Cryptocurrency thieves make off with record $14 billion...

Cryptocurrency-based crime hit a record high last year, with criminals pocketing $14 billion worth of bitcoin, ethereum and other digital currencies from scams,...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Ailey review — fascinating portrait of the choreographer Alvin Ailey...

This captivating documentary portrait of the choreographer Alvin Ailey treads a fine line between loving memorial and unfettered hagiography...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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'We knocked on the door and bought the house for 80,000 less'...

Nicholas Nicholas, 35, a mortgage analyst, moved from Brisbane in Queensland to Solihull in the West Midlands...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Elvis Costello & the Imposters: The Boy Named If review — a return to his raucous, rattling roots...

Most of us find growing up difficult, but it must be particularly hard for rock stars. Becoming an adult generally involves realising, contrary to childhoo...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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'Golden quarter' a bonus for B&M and thousands of staff...

B&M European Value Retail will hand out bonuses this month to more than 24,000 British-based store and warehouse workers after raising its full-year profit...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Health cover from Aviva to VHI is slippery slope for non-switchers...

Almost half a million policyholders will renew their health insurance this month, and while premiums have risen by an average of 4 per cent in the past year, ac...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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From Cameronian place of worship to divine Dumfries pile...

"I've never felt the ghost of Richard Cameron haunting the house," admits Professor Chris Isles, referring to the notorious Scottish religious extremist in whose memory followers built an unusual octagonal chapel deep in the Dumfries countrysi...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Wilf Oldham obituary...

Wilf Oldham was lucky to evade capture at Arnhem in 1944, but he had been luckier still to survive the first British airborne assault of the war, Operation Ladb...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Derek McInnes: This felt right. I felt I could come here and do something special...

In the nine months he spent reconnecting with his family, doing occasional television stints and otherwise unwinding and twiddling his thumbs while out of manag...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Covid in Ireland: hotel quarantine cost the state 25m...

Mandatory hotel quarantine cost the state almost 25 million, new figures show. After intense political pressure during the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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A Hero review — funny but uneven morality play about a prisoner on parole...

The award-winning Iranian auteur Asghar Farhadi is thankfully back on firm footing, following his star-studded turkey Everybody Knows...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Your three-minute digest...

1 Cryptocurrency-based crime hit a record high last year, with criminals taking $14 billion of bitcoin, ethereum and other digital currencies from scams, ra...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Rethink Population review — the problem with baby boomers...

Rethink Population The Rest Is History: 12 Days of ChristmasI'm fascinated by demography. Although as a millennial, it's always fairly depressing to t...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Mike Ashley legal settlement...

The Times has settled a legal claim brought by Mike Ashley following publication of articles in 2020 and has agreed to publish an apology....

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Fundraising is a picnic for meal-box service Gousto...

Gousto, the UK meal-box subscription service, has raised $100 million from SoftBank's Vision Fund 2 and $50 million in new debt capital from HSBC and Barclays...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Arena Television: how the mood music changed from festival spirit to national scandal...

On November 10 last year, the management team at Arena Television received a shocking email from Richard Yeowart, the company's founder and owner. They were to tell their staff that Arena, one of Britain's biggest independent broadcast businesses,...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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German inflation slows but stays well above eurozone target...

Annual inflation in Germany slowed in December for the first time in six months, but it remained well above the European Central Bank's target of 2 per cent f...

 2022-01-07 00:01 

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Tenpin's profits are in the fast lane...

One of Britain's biggest tenpin bowling operators bounced back from first-half lockdown losses to return to profitability for the full year.Ten Entertainment Group, which trades under the Tenpin brand, said that its "remarkable strength and resili...

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