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 2022-01-11 00:01 

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IRA attacked Paras on Bloody Sunday, commander insists...

The commanding officer of the paratroopers who shot dead 13 people on Bloody Sunday has ignited a dispute with Lord Saville and questioned the conclusion of his...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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At long last Scottish talent is achieving market value...

There is a growing feeling that, in a post-Brexit United Kingdom, Premier League clubs that once had the pick of young talent across Europe will be more incline...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Patrick Hosking: Councils must face greater scrutiny after Warrington's investment fiasco...

Twelve years into a bull market and quite a lot of people are now convinced they are hotshot investors. Youngsters trade crypto in the playground. Their parent...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Glasgow Warriors ready for the Exeter onslaught...

Nigel Carolan, the Glasgow Warriors attack coach, has warned his players to expect a fierce backlash when they go up against Exeter Chiefs in their Heineken Cha...

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Births, marriages and deaths: January 11, 2022...

And Jesus increased in wisdom and in years, and in divine and human favour. Luke 2.52 (NRSV)Bible verses are provided by the Bible SocietyBirthsCARINGTON on 7t...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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The Times view on big game hunting: Shameful Trophies...

AlamyBig game hunting is overwhelmingly opposed by the public The tiger-skin carpet, the tusks mounted in the baronial hall and stuffed lion heads on the stairc...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Boris Johnson is always being accused of dropping the ball...

Imagine if the first minister were to stand up this afternoon and condemn the British government for its handling of the coronavirus emergency. Imagine if the first minister were to accuse Boris Johnson of ignoring the science and recklessly endangering n...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Phil Dowson to replace Chris Boyd as Northampton Saints' director of rugby...

Phil Dowson is expected to succeed Chris Boyd as the next director of rugby at Northampton Saints with Sam Vesty to take on the role of head coach. Boyd, 63, ha...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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We misled Financial Reporting Council over Carillion audit, admits KPMG chief Jon Holt...

KPMG's chief executive has admitted that the accounting firm misled the industry watchdog over its audit of Carillion, the collapsed outsourcer.In a statement released on the first day of a five-week disciplinary tribunal over the behaviour of the fir...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Tottenham Hotspur want more for Steven Bergwijn after rejecting Ajax's 15m bid...

Ajax have had a 15 million offer for Steven Bergwijn rejected by Tottenham Hotspur.The Dutch club are expected to return with an improved bid for the Holland w...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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How to live a longer, happier life: more sleep and more sex...

Don't count on your good genesYou have more power over destiny than you might think (though this can go both ways.) I recently had to break it to one patient th...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Karen Ward: Higher energy prices can be used to drive change in the pursuit of net zero...

Over the past year energy prices have rocketed. Petrol prices are up by 25 per cent and many households and businesses will face much higher utility bills when...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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End working from home to fire up economy, ministers urge Boris Johnson...

Ministers want to lift working-from-home guidance at the end of the month amid concern about the economic damage the measure is causing.The prime minister said...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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'Out of touch companies should focus first on customers and staff', survey finds...

More than half of Britons think businesses are out of touch and should focus on their staff rather than on wider social issues, a new survey has found.In a poll to be released today, about 56 per cent believe that businesses do not understand and reflect ...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Aldi savours Christmas spirit as people return to supermarkets...

More than half a million new shoppers turned to Aldi for their Christmas food shopping, the discount grocer said yesterday, helping it to record its best festiv...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Energy crisis: Stay warm by cuddling pets, Britons told...

Britain's third largest energy supplier, Ovo Energy, was condemned by MPs yesterday after it recommended that households save on heating bills by having "a cuddle with your pets"...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Axel Tuanzebe's brother claims Steven Gerrard's rivalry with Manchester United led to Aston Villa defender's exit...

Steven Gerrard has been accused by Axel Tuanzebe's brother of allowing his personal rivalry with Manchester United to influence his treatment of the centre bac...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Turning up the heat on worldwide gas prices...

The recent turmoil in global gas markets has left even seasoned observers reeling. "During the past couple of weeks, the gas market has witnessed an extreme r...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Lululemon caught cold by Omicron...

A warning that that the impact of Covid-19's Omicron variant had reduced sales and profits sent investors running from Lululemon Athletica yesterday.The athlei...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Teachers back proper exams despite calls for 'compassionate' hybrid system...

Calls are growing for a rethink of how school exams are to be held in Ireland this year amid concerns about the disruption students have faced during the pandem...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Coldest village fired a writer's imagination...

The village of Braemar in the Cairngorms has a reputation for being the coldest inhabited place in Britain. On February 11, 1895, it set the record for the UK'...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Omicron intensive care surge forecast to kill 40 people a day in Scotland...

Coronavirus is expected to kill about 40 people a day in Scotland next week as the recent surge in Omicron cases feeds through to a sixfold rise in forecast fatalities.The numbers in intensive care with coronavirus has already risen sharply, from 34 on Ne...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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What's on TV and radio tonight: Tuesday, January 11...

For full TV listings for the week, see thetimes.co.uk/tvplannerViewing guide, by Ben DowellRules of the GameBBC1, 9pm Given how much time many of us spend in of...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Please take all your belongings with you (including the Guinness wedding cake)...

A Guinness wedding cake, a pop-up champagne bar and a case full of different flavoured Tayto crisps were among the items left behind by customers at Travelodge...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Word Watch: January 11, 2022...

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 2022-01-11 00:01 

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NHS hit by overcrowding and crisis in staffing levels...

Patients are being parked in over-crowded bays and most Scottish hospitals are struggling to meet minimum staffing requirements, a leading NHS doctor has warned.Daniel Beckett, Scottish representative for the Society for Acute Medicine and a leading front...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Policeman from unit guarding PM faces another six rape charges...

A Metropolitan Police firearms officer from the unit that guards the prime minister has been charged with nine additional offences including six rapes — taking...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Our energy market was designed to fail...

The UK was historically respected globally as a leader in encouraging liberalised, competitive and efficient energy markets balanced by carefully designed regul...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Andrew Jennings obituary...

Andrew Jennings brought down the president of not one global sports governing body, but two. Having spent much of the 1990s exposing corruption at the Internat...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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England hope to feel at home in damp, cooler Hobart...

As it is now deep into the straw-clutching phase of the Ashes series, there is a sliver of encouragement for England's hopes in the fifth Test: Australia lost...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Crystal Palace start talks with Arsenal over move for Eddie Nketiah...

Crystal Palace are in talks to sign Eddie Nketiah, the Arsenal forward who is out of contract at the end of the season.Palace's offer of 12 million was rejecte...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Essential travel only on free buses, say ministers...

Young people have been told by ministers only to apply for long-awaited free bus travel if they have to undertake "essential" journeys.The flagship policy of g...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Betting companies to be stopped from streaming FA Cup ties...

The FA will not allow betting companies to stream live FA Cup matches when it sells the next TV rights package for its flagship competition after criticism that...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Euan Snowie, waste firm millionaire who feared kidnapping, dies aged 53...

A troubled millionaire who once tried to ban ramblers from his land over kidnap fears has died of cancer.Euan Snowie's family sold their waste management firm f...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Padel tennis firm backed by Murray nets 3m funding...

A firm backed by Sir Andy Murray in its efforts to popularise the sport of padel tennis has raised an extra 3 million from investors.The deal values Game4Padel...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Air pollution makes catching Covid-19 likelier, study says...

People who have been exposed to high levels of air pollution may be more susceptible to infection with Covid-19, a study has found.The research, which looked at...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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A Platinum Pudding for the Queen? Mine would start with doughnuts . . ....

I've decided to enter this new Platinum Pudding competition, an attempt to create a brand new sweet (as I had to learn not to call afters when I came down south...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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BBC cuts 'offensive' scenes from comedy repeats...

Censors at the BBC have removed sketches from old episodes of the comedy show Chewin' The Fatto avoid offending modern audiences.The hit BBC Scotland comedy series has been re-edited for repeat showings.Chewin' The Fat launched the careers of Ford...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Private hospitals agree Covid support deal with NHS...

Private healthcare companies have agreed to put staff and hospitals on standby to support the NHS in England should the Omicron variant overwhelm the system.Spi...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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KardiaMobile app helps arrythmia heart patients to perform ECGs at home...

Heart patients will be able to perform their own ECGs on their smartphones after the NHS treatment watchdog approved a 99 device for the first time.The Nationa...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Avacta sinks after Covid testing setback...

A biopharmaceuticals company has halted sales of its Covid-19 lateral flow test while it seeks to boost its ability to detect the Omicron variant, wiping a th...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Justice secretary Keith Brown calls for alternatives to prison...

"Credible and consistent" alternatives to custodial sentences are needed in order to reduce the number of people being sent to prison in Scotland, the justice secretary has said.Keith Brown acknowledged that community justice alternatives could be...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Berlusconi turns back time in push for president...

Silvio Berlusconi has paraded his girlfriend, 53 years his junior, on social media as he steps up a campaign to become Italy's next president with a charm offen...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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The Lodger: the lost Alfred Hitchcock film...

Alfred Hitchcock often repeated himself — the blondes, the wrong men — and once remade himself, with The Man Who Knew Too Much, but the failed remake, the fruit...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Gal Gadot's controversial Cleopatra...

Here comes an Egyptian queen!Well hello to you too, I'm flattered. Doing Veganuary and dry January must be doing wonders for my skin.No, I'm not talking about y...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Forty-year-old Coke can on Dublin beach is taste of 'retro rubbish' problem...

A Coke can believed to be about 40 years old was discovered by an environmental group on a north Dublin beach last weekend after likely lying at the bottom of...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Covid antivaxer online forums in Scotland becoming more antisemitic and extremist...

Thousands of Scottish antivaxers are being drawn into antisemitic conspiracy theories after joining online forums popular among far-right white nationalists with links to proscribed neo-Nazi organisations, an investigation by The Times has found....

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst in no rush to recruit...

Giovanni van Bronckhorst says he is concentrating entirely on Rangers, despite their city rivals' extensive work in the transfer market. While the Rangers manag...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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Fears of rate rises spook Wall Street...

Two of Wall Street's biggest investment banks rattled investors yesterday by predicting a marked acceleration in the pace of interest rate rises.America's leading equity markets fell sharply in morning trading and government bond yields rose amid ...

 2022-01-11 00:01 

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The Duke of York at Wembley...

From The Times: January 11, 1922This afternoon the Duke of York will turn the first turf on the site of the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley Park, and thus...

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