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 2021-10-15 06:25 

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Robert Durst sentenced to life without parole...

The property millionaire Robert Durst, who became infamous as the subject of the crime documentary series The Jinx, has been sentenced to life in prison by a c...

 2021-10-15 05:00 

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Virgin Galactic delays start of space flight service...

Virgin Galactic shares slumped last night after the sub-orbital tourism group announced it would delay its commercial space travel service until the end of nex...

 2021-10-15 00:00 

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The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity by David Graever and David Wengrow review — how Sapiens got it wrong...

First, a brief history of our species: humans appeared 300,000 years ago, then nothing much happened until 288,000 years later when some bright spark invented a...

 2021-10-14 21:30 

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Xi Jinping expected to snub UK summit on climate crisis...

Boris Johnson has been warned that President Xi of China will not attend next month's critical climate change summit in Glasgow amid international pessimism th...

 2021-10-14 20:30 

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Indian Wells: New British No 1 Cameron Norrie revels in 'biggest win' of career...

Cameron Norrie last night became the new British No 1 male tennis player after reaching new heights by securing a career-first tappearance in an ATP Masters...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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The Times view on Boudica and national myths: Regal Reputation...

Facing the Houses of Parliament stand Boadicea and her daughters. Or rather, that is the title of a statue commemorating a warrior queen whose name, commonly rendered as Boudicca, is the earliest among native inhabitants of the British isles to be instant...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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Peter Brookes's Times cartoon: Friday, October 14...

Buy prints or signed copies of Times and Sunday Times cartoons from our Print Gallery at timescartoons.co.uk...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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Covid's biggest scalp will be globalisation...

If misery loves company, British shoppers, alarmed at the rising risk of an involuntarily abstemious Christmas, might enjoy hearing that even in Joe Biden's Ame...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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I refuse to fall for the origins of autumn...

A lexicographer at the Cheltenham Literature Festival reminds us that many of the words and spellings we see as irritating Americanisms are in fact, older, perf...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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Raheem Sterling: I'd leave Manchester City for more game time...

Raheem Sterling has said that he is open to a move away from Manchester City if it means securing regular first-team football. The 26-year-old forward, who joined City from Liverpool for 49 million in 2015, has made more starts for England than his club t...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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Immigrants show the grit that Britons lack...

For the past few years I have taught economics to A-level students through an agency that provides free tutoring. (We all get our kicks in different ways. One o...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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Sir Gerry Robinson dies aged 72...

Sir Gerry Robinson, the Irish born business leader and former head of Granada TV, has died aged 72. The veteran broadcaster, who was known for his confrontation...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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Thanks to Church of England accounting, parishes are disappearing...

Last Saturday was a sad day for the Church of England. In Leicester diocese, the governing body voted in favour of a plan to fold 234 parishes into the embrac...

 2021-10-14 20:00 

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The Times view on the supply chain crisis: Saving Christmas...

Rishi Sunak insisted this week that he was confident there would be plenty of presents available to buy at Christmas. But the chancellor didn't say which Christmas. There are now growing concerns that the global supply chain crisis could persist into ...

 2021-10-14 19:30 

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Dying Afghan student Hazrat Wali asked his friend 'why was I stabbed?'...

An Afghan teenager killed in south-west London asked his friend "why have I been stabbed" seconds before he collapsed and died. Police have arrested a 16-year-...

 2021-10-14 18:00 

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Philip Allott quits police role after 'victim blaming' row over Sarah Everard murder...

A Conservative police and crime commissioner who said that Sarah Everard should not have allowed herself to be falsely arrested by her murderer has resigned aft...

 2021-10-14 18:00 

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Ex-Asos chief fashions a revival with share purchase...

Asos managed to bank some much-needed buyers after an eventful week that wiped more than a tenth off its stock market value. The Aim-listed online fashion ret...

 2021-10-14 17:30 

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HGV crisis: Leave our drivers alone, bus company pleads...

Bus passengers are being urged not to criticise drivers because services are being cancelled due to a lack of staff.The bus and coach industry is being hit by l...

 2021-10-14 17:00 

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Glenn Hoddle: I often ask my dead brother why it was me who survived...

Glenn Hoddle revisits the site of his cardiac arrest in October 2018 and tells Alyson Rudd how it changed his outlook on life...

 2021-10-14 17:00 

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Women's Tour de France is back in saddle after 33-year absence...

An eight-stage women's Tour de France will be held next summer, bringing to an end its 33-year absence from the cycling calendar.Tour organiser Amaury Sports Or...

 2021-10-14 16:55 

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Treetops, the Kenyan safari lodge where Princess Elizabeth became Queen, forced to close...

Kenya's oldest safari lodge, where the Queen "went up a tree a princess and came down a queen", has been forced to close after nearly 90 years of welcoming royalty and stars to the bush.It was during her two-day safari to Treetops, a hideaway ...

 2021-10-14 16:50 

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Sally Rooney's Israel snub absurd, says author Lionel Shriver...

The prizewinning author Lionel Shriver has condemned her fellow writer Sally Rooney for refusing an offer to have her work published in Israel....

 2021-10-14 16:45 

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Gas shipper CNG's exit leaves firms scrambling for replacement...

A Glencore-backed gas shipper has told its UK energy supplier customers that it will cease to work with them, raising fears of a fresh wave of company failures.CNG, based in Harrogate, has commercial arrangements with between 15 and 20 household energy su...

 2021-10-14 16:30 

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Ian Botham: Return to two-division system is nuts...

Ian Botham has called the changes to the County Championship "nuts" after the ECB today confirmed a return for 2022 to the two-division system, based on the sta...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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The Tragedy of Macbeth at Almeida Theatre review — a sparkler, not a rocket...

The Tragedy of MacbethAlmeida, London N1Is Macbeth a cursed play? Ian McKellen remembers a repeat visitor to his 1976 production: a priest who would sit in...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Best albums of the week: Coldplay, Joy Crookes and more...

Album of the weekColdplayMusic of the SpheresParlophoneThere has long appeared to exist within Chris Martin, the Bilbo Baggins of pop, a conflict between two ve...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Seventeen Years: The Andrew Malkinson Story review — where's the justice?...

The best audio I heard last week balanced life and fate; how a single moment can change everything. One man spoke, for the first time in 30 years, of the harrow...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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David Baddiel: the pop culture that made me...

First book that made me laughI read lots of comics when I was young, so it would have been The Beano or Whizzer and Chips. They made me laugh a lot. Then when I...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Tony Cascarino: Virtual reality has made me think art of heading can survive...

For the past five years, Tony Cascarino has believed that heading in football will gradually die out. Cascarino was one of the best headers of his generation; h...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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The best UK homeware and furniture sales for autumn 2021...

The fleeting remnants of summer are — alas! — behind us and October has well and truly arrived, with all attention on cashmere socks and cocooning textures. The...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Steven McRae: I didn't think I would walk again. We've achieved the impossible...

It was a night to remember and a dancer's worst nightmare. On October 16, 2019, during a performance of Manon, the Royal Ballet principal dancer Steven McRae he...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Lucy's mission to explain solar system's earliest days...

In 1974, paleontologists digging in an Ethiopian river valley discovered the fossilised skeleton of a female hominin, a human ancestor from 3.2 million years...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Just Eat Takeaway.com breaks through one billion orders mark...

British orders at Just Eat Takeaway.com jumped by 25 per cent year-on-year in the third quarter as its UK business broke through the one billion mark. Th...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Investor jailed for possessing 50,000 child abuse images...

A once-renowned corporate raider, who was instrumental in defeating a plan to merge the London and German stock exchanges, was jailed in Sydney today for po...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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'Jamaican rugby league can overtake cricket' how the Reggae Warriors hope to inspire a nation...

Jamaica should have been making their Rugby League World Cup debut next week, against Ireland at Emerald Headingley. That was still the case as recently as thre...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Parts supplier Rubix set for return to London stock market...

Rubix, an industrial company that left the stock market five years ago when it was called Brammer, plans to renew its London listing but, this time, with a mult...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Jimmy Page on why Led Zeppelin wouldn't exist today...

The founder of rock gods Led Zeppelin tells Will Hodgkinson about the revelations in his new book at Cheltenham Literature Festival...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Vietnamese pho recipe...

I think of this classic noodle soup, with tender beef slices in a stock flavoured with ginger, cinnamon, cloves and star anise, as Vietnam in a bowl...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Boots plans for expansion as sales recover...

Busier high streets, rising sales of beauty products and sustained demand for pharmacy services have boosted the recovery at Boots.Sales at the British health and beauty chain's retail stores rose 15 per cent on a like-for-like basis in the latest qua...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Boris Johnson should admit he's not in control...

The phrase "take back control" was perhaps the most potent weapon Boris Johnson deployed during the EU referendum. In No 10, Johnson has consistently prioritise...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Everything you need to know about moving to Tobermory, Isle of Mull...

Where? The capital of the Isle of Mull, one of the largest islands of the Scottish Inner Hebrides, famed for its beautiful sea views and picture postcard pret...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Tom Curry: After the British & Irish Lions disappointment I can't wait to get back out there...

There have been times when Tom Curry found his nine-week rest period, a mandatory requirement after the British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa, more than a...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Jim Woodhouse obituary...

When Jim Woodhouse was appointed head master of Rugby School in 1967 he was, at the age of 34, the youngest to hold that post since Thomas Arnold, who was head...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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What you get for 2.5 million in North Yorkshire, London, Portsmouth, Bath, Worcestershire, Edinburgh, Ayrshire and France...

Our weekly snapshot of property around the UK and beyond — is one of these your dream home?...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Readers' recipes: Umbrian white rag...

Have you had enough of spag bol? Isabel Abbott shows how to upgrade your pasta: this rustic rag from her Umbrian home brings together mushrooms and meat. The s...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Mums can't win — just look at 'pushy' Posh...

Is Victoria Beckham really trying to mastermind her kids' careers?...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Douglas Ross vows to fight abolition of seat as boundary unrest grows...

Douglas Ross, the Scottish Conservative leader, has vowed to fight the abolition of his Westminster seat as opposition spreads against proposed boundary changes in Scotland.UK government backed changes will see the number of MPs north of the border fall b...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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The British Council is in crisis and I'm not sure it's worth saving...

One good thing claimed about Brexit, I seem to remember, was that Britain would become global in its outlook, rather than narrowly focused on Europe. Of course,...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Gravel rides are the future safe, scenic and stress-free...

The trophy for the finest leek had just been claimed by the pub landlord when another, rather more significant contest, sparked a brief but heated debate. While...

 2021-10-14 16:00 

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Marina O'Loughlin reviews Sucre, Soho...

It's not all beer and skittles, this most envied of gigs. Or martinis and cultured butter, or whatever floats into your particular boat races. Sometimes the bur...

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