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 2021-07-30 11:00 

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BBC traded full Tokyo Olympics coverage rights for future Games guarantee...

The BBC did own the full TV rights to the Tokyo Olympics but traded them to ensure it did not miss out on future Games, the broadcaster has admitted.A deal betw...

 2021-07-30 11:00 

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Tokyo Olympics: Hannah Mills 'unbelievably relieved' as history bid remains on track...

Hannah Mills, who is bidding to become Britain's most successful female Olympic sailor, got off the water in Enoshima today mightily relieved not to have droppe...

 2021-07-30 11:00 

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The best cocktails and wine in a can — which drinks to pack in your picnic...

With few taking holidays abroad this year, more of us will instead be enjoying the great British outdoors during summer. Make that day trip a lot more fun with...

 2021-07-30 11:00 

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Tokyo Olympics: Extra-time heartbreak for Great Britain women despite Ellen White hat-trick...

The sign outside the ground read "the Dream Box" but the Ibaraki Kashima Stadium was more the scene of a nightmare for Great Britain's women as a historic plac...

 2021-07-30 11:00 

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Monzo investigated over possible money-laundering breaches...

The financial regulator is investigating Monzo for possible breaches of money-laundering rules, which could lead to a fine or a criminal prosecution.The digital...

 2021-07-30 11:00 

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Marcus Rashford set for three-month layoff as Manchester United make surgery decision...

Marcus Rashford will potentially miss the opening three months of the Premier League season after Manchester United agreed to allow him to have an operation on...

 2021-07-30 11:00 

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Gold medal-winner Tom Dean's mother — 'I swam every day when I was pregnant'...

At just gone 5am on Tuesday, engulfed by euphoria, Jacquie Hughes launched herself into the Thames for a swim. Her son, Tom Dean, had just clinched gold in the...

 2021-07-30 10:30 

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Tokyo Olympics: Novak Djokovic's 'golden slam' hopes ended by Alexander Zverev comeback...

Novak Djokovic's bid for the "Golden Slam" is over after he lost an extraordinary match against Germany's Alexander Zverev.Djokovic, who has not been defeated in grand-slam play all year and was...

 2021-07-30 10:30 

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Police diversity 'is 20 years behind the general public'...

Police forces will not be representative of their communities for another 22 years on present trends of recruitment, a report by MPs says.The home affairs committee said it was "inexcusable"; that...

 2021-07-30 10:25 

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US Confidential: New York play Endure is a runaway success...

The first scene of a play that opened recently in New York is staged on a path in Central Park that winds around one of the ponds. The heroine appears in leggings and a green running vest, yellow...

 2021-07-30 10:00 

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Skull confirmed as British backpacker Esther Dingley's...

The skull found in the Pyrenees last week has been confirmed as that of Esther Dingley, the British backpacker missing since November, according to her family.In a statement, Dan Colegate, her partner...

 2021-07-30 09:15 

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US sailor charged over fire that destroyed USS Bonhomme Richard...

The US navy has filed charges against a sailor over a huge fire that destroyed USS Bonhomme Richard.The sailor, who has not been named, was a member of the crew on Bonhomme Richard at the time...

 2021-07-30 08:55 

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Hongkongers boo as Chinese anthem plays at Edgar Cheung medal ceremony...

Police are investigating the booing of China's national anthem at a shopping centre during a live broadcast of the medal ceremony as a Hong Kong fencer was awarded the territory's first gold since...

 2021-07-30 08:54 

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Covid-19: Shapps backs business who want workers to get jabbed...

Grant Shapps has backed workplaces that force staff to get vaccinated but said Covid passports will not be needed in shops and pubs.The transport secretary said that it was a "good idea" that...

 2021-07-30 08:40 

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China suffers worst coronavirus outbreak since Wuhan...

China is experiencing its most extensive spread of Covid-19 infections since the initial outbreak in Wuhan in 2019 as the eastern city of Nanjing has reported at least 185 cases in less than two weeks...

 2021-07-30 08:30 

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In Bethany Shriever and Kye Whyte, Britain has a new generation of cycling icons...

In the moments after she crossed the line in the final of the women's BMX, her legs swamped by lactic acid, her mind fuzzy with joy, Bethany Shriever had nothing left. She couldn't summon the strength...

 2021-07-30 08:20 

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End isolation for people with two Covid-19 vaccines, says Labour...

Labour has called on the government to bring forward the date exempting double-vaccinated people from self-isolation rules by more than a week.Under current plans the exemption comes into force on...

 2021-07-30 08:07 

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Labour dares to hope as public support for Johnson dwindles...

1. Mind the gapIt wasn't an outlier, then. For the second week in a row, YouGov's poll of voting intention for The Times shows a much narrower Conservative lead than those we've become accustomed to...

 2021-07-30 08:00 

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Bring back ranking points and cancel other events how to turn Olympics into fifth slam...

As entertaining as it has been to watch tennis at the Olympics this week — from Novak Djokovic's ruthless pursuit of a first gold medal to Belinda Bencic's spectacular run to the final in both singles...

 2021-07-30 08:00 

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Zak Seddon's Olympics are over before isolation ends after finshing second last in 3,000m steeplechase heat...

For Zak Seddon, the Olympics is over before he has even emerged from 14 long, torturous days in quarantine. "It finishes tonight," he said, having failed to progress beyond the heats of the men's...

 2021-07-30 08:00 

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Natwest caps busy week for bumper profits...

Good morning: NatWest has revealed plans to pay at least 1 billion a year to shareholders over the next three years on the back of improving profits.The taxpayer-controlled bank will kickstart these...

 2021-07-30 08:00 

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Tokyo Olympics: Britain's Bryony Page takes trampolining bronze to cap comeback...

Bryony Page beamed as she hung the bronze medal around her neck at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre in Tokyo, following up her silver from the Rio Games, where she became the first British trampolinist to...

 2021-07-30 08:00 

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Losses shrink at IAG...

IAG has reported a narrowing of first-half losses as travel rules eased in Europe, and said it expected to carry more passengers over the summer.Pre-tax losses at the owner of British Airways came in...

 2021-07-30 08:00 

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NatWest to return 1bn a year to shareholders as profits jump...

NatWest will deliver more than 1 billion back to shareholders in dividends and share purchases annually for three years, after bouncing back to profits.The state-controlled bank will purchase up to...

 2021-07-30 08:00 

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Mother charged with murder of eight-month-old baby in Belfast...

The mother of a "beautiful" baby who was stabbed to death has been charged with his muder.Raluca Tagani, 29, is due to appear before Belfast magistrate's court today and has also been charged with the...

 2021-07-30 07:00 

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US swimmer Ryan Murphy questions participation of Russian athletes after finishing second to Evgeny Rylov...

An extraordinary cold war erupted this morning amid the heat and humidity of the Tokyo Olympic Games as USA swimmer Ryan Murphy openly wondered if he had been beaten to a gold medal by a doped...

 2021-07-30 05:40 

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Tokyo Olympics: Public split in rowing team over Jrgen Grbler exit adds to turmoil...

British Rowing is in turmoil after the worst performance in 25 years at the Tokyo Olympics was followed by an extraordinary public split between the squad over the controversial ousting of Jrgen...

 2021-07-30 05:00 

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Tokyo Olympics: Dina Asher-Smith gets glimpse of challenge ahead in fast 100m heats...

Dina Asher-Smith knew this was going to be hard. Her 100m rivals were always going to push parameters on the greatest stage of all, but the times in the heats as the athletics programme got underway...

 2021-07-30 04:30 

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Bethany Shriever and Kye Whyte take Gold and Silver in the BMX finals...

Bethany Shriever won Great Britain's sixth gold medal of the 2020 Olympics, and Kye Whyte claimed silver, as Great Britain enjoyed a superb morning on the BMX track.Shriever, a 22-year-old who has...

 2021-07-30 04:15 

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Tokyo Olympics: Duncan Scott forced to settle for silver again...

As Duncan Scott looked up at the scoreboard, that two-faced instrument of pain and pleasure, he issued a succinct verdict. "F*** off," shouted the Scot, who had been beaten into second place in the...

 2021-07-30 01:20 

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The Prince: Cartoon poking fun at George has critics animated...

The depiction of Prince George as a sharp-tongued, pampered child in the new satirical American cartoon series The Prince has prompted criticism online.The 12-episode animated series, released...

 2021-07-29 23:01 

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Eric Carter, the last veteran of secret RAF mission to save Stalin, dies aged 101...

They were the daring RAF crews dispatched on a mission beyond the Arctic Circle to defend Russia from the invading Nazis.Now the last of the Second World War veterans who took part in Churchill's...

 2021-07-29 21:30 

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Highway Code will tell drivers to stop for pedestrians...

Motorists will for the first time be told to give way to pedestrians crossing the road in an overhaul of safety rules.Ministers are planning to make changes to the Highway Code to give those on foot...

 2021-07-29 21:00 

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Home Office sends lone child migrants to hotels...

The Home Office is putting unaccompanied child refugees as young as 14 in hotels even though ministers have promised to end the practice.In the past week it has block-booked more hotels on the south...

 2021-07-29 21:00 

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Tory rebels fear activists will hijack animal sentience bill...

The government is facing a Tory rebellion over an animal sentience bill that critics fear could be used to block infrastructure projects and be "hijacked" by activists.Some of the party's biggest...

 2021-07-29 20:10 

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Tregothnan tea plantation bags bumper crop in heatwave to rival Kenya and India...

The recent heatwave has seen England's only tea plantation grow a bumper crop that matches yields from the finest bushes in India and Kenya.Tregothnan tea garden in Cornwall prides itself on being the...

 2021-07-29 20:00 

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