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 2022-01-17 17:00 

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China's birth rate falls to lowest on record as cost of living bites...

China's birth rate dropped to a record low last year, piling pressure on the government tackle to the country's looming demographic crisis. The country of 1.4...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Chelsea may be without unvaccinated players for Champions League match against Lille...

Chelsea may be unable to select unvaccinated players for their Champions League round-of-16 match against Lille. The French government has announced plans to in...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Ovarian cancer's early warning signs and why Chris Evert was lucky...

Tennis star Chris Evert is lucky — her ovarian cancer was discovered early. Dr Mark Porter outlines the symptoms to be aware of....

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Dance company hopes to play a Peaky Blinder...

Razor blade sewn in hat? Check. Headbutts rehearsed? Check. Pirouettes practised?Peaky Blinders is moving to the dance world for the continuation of its bloody...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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'Lady al-Qaeda': the woman who inspired the Texas synagogue siege...

The name Aafia Siddiqui may not mean much to most Britons but for her supporters, who include not only militant Islamists but also many of her fellow Pakistanis...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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The Ashes: Justin Langer deserves to carry on and it's high time Australia captain Pat Cummins got off the fence...

You're only as good as your last performance, runs a well-worn sporting clich. But are you? Not, it would seem, if you are Justin Langer, whose past six months...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Truffled mushroom gnocchi recipe...

I love making my own gnocchi but the shop-bought versions make this recipe really quick to throw together. Wild mushrooms such as chanterelles and black trompet...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Recovery in England can resurrect Labour in Scotland...

The Conservative Party — or, rather, the English Conservative party — is floundering about in a desperate exercise to save Boris Johnson. To that end a series of initiatives are promised, cobbled together under the less than promising headline...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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New offshore wind farms promise thousands of jobs...

Tens of billions of pounds are to be invested in Scotland creating thousands of jobs after a string of new offshore wind farms were approved in a "transformational" moment for the economy. The results of the Scotwind auction to secure the seabed r...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Peter Seabrook obituary...

No martyr to shyness, and rarely inhibited by sensitivity when it came to expressing his opinions, Peter Seabrook was the gardening expert you did not want to c...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Arrest blocks Chinese dissident from attending wife's funeral...

A dissident has been arrested in China two days after his wife died in the United States, dashing hopes that he would be allowed to attend her funeral.The US S...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Dutch version of The Voice taken off air after sex claims...

The original Dutch version of The Voice singing talent show, which inspired the BBC's popular programme, has been taken off air after allegations of sexual mi...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Yemen's Houthi rebels kill three in UAE drone strike...

Yemeni rebels backed by Iran claimed to have carried out longstanding threats to hit the tourist and business hubs of the United Arab Emirates after drone stri...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Boris Johnson needs to work fast to save himself...

Over the last two hundred years many prime ministers have faced deep party splits or rebellions aimed at removing them from office. From Robert Peel to Theresa May, some have struggled with intense debates over policy. Chamberlain and Eden were forced out...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Unilever boss forced to defend his bid for Glaxo...

With a sliding share price and widespread and wide-ranging City scepticism over a potential blockbuster takeover of GlaxoSmithKline's consumer healthcare business, Unilever's boss struggled to get back on the front foot today.On the defensive afte...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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George Freeman questions Boris Johnson's leadership as Tory MPs face angry emails...

Boris Johnson's leadership has been openly questioned by a serving minister, who said he was "shocked and flabbergasted" by revelations of Downing Street partie...

 2022-01-17 17:00 

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Haseeb Hameed set to be dropped for Alex Lees in England shake-up before West Indies series...

England are set to drop Haseeb Hameed and bring in the Durham opening batsman Alex Lees for the three-match Test series against West Indies in March.After Engla...

 2022-01-17 16:30 

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GP: I broke rules to hug a patient. What's Johnson's excuse?...

A retired GP has revealed that he broke coronavirus rules at the height of the second lockdown to hug a grieving patient. Dr Prit Buttar, who came out of retir...

 2022-01-17 16:00 

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Show of strength as US nuclear submarine arrives in Guam...

The United States has sent a warning signal to China and North Korea by deploying a nuclear-deterrent submarine in the western Pacific and has told Pyongyang t...

 2022-01-17 15:45 

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Banker likened to reality TV star loses discrimination case against Credit Suisse...

Colleagues accused of bullying on WhatsApp group...

 2022-01-17 15:10 

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Meghan complains to BBC over claim she misled privacy case...

The Duchess of Sussex has complained to the BBC about Amol Rajan's reporting on her legal victory over The Mail on Sunday.Meghan complained after Rajan, prese...

 2022-01-17 15:00 

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Burnley ask Premier League to postpone relegation battle against Watford...

Burnley have submitted a request to the Premier League to postpone tomorrow's game with Watford due to the number of Covid-19 cases and injuries within Sean Dyc...

 2022-01-17 15:00 

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Watchdog extends investigation into PWC's audits of defence giant Babcock...

The accounting regulator has expanded its investigation into PWC's auditing of the defence contractor Babcock International.The Financial Reporting Council (FRC...

 2022-01-17 14:45 

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Ukraine accuses Russia of 'intimidating' cyberattack...

Ukraine says it has evidence that Russia was responsible for a cyberattack that paralysed government websites as part of a "hybrid war" aimed at destabilising t...

 2022-01-17 14:35 

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Zeva's flying car that will hit 160mph takes first flight at 40ft...

A flying car which can can reach speeds of 160 mph and fit into a small parking space has completed its first untethered flight. Zeva, a company in Washingt...

 2022-01-17 14:30 

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to leave Africa Cup of Nations and return to Arsenal for medical treatment...

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is to leave the Africa Cup of Nations early and return to Arsenal, according to Gabon.The national side said that they felt it was bet...

 2022-01-17 14:00 

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End of UK's Covid pandemic is in sight, says WHO...

The end of the pandemic is in sight for Britain, the World Health Organisation's Covid chief has suggested after cases fell by more than a third in a week.As mi...

 2022-01-17 13:45 

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BBC licence fee: what are the alternatives?...

Here are seven alternatives to the licence fee that the government may wish to consider...

 2022-01-17 13:30 

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Old Firm derby with Celtic being postponed again would be 'impossible', claims Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst...

Giovanni van Bronckhorst has played down suggestions that the upcoming Old Firm derby should be postponed due to selection concerns caused by the international...

 2022-01-17 13:00 

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Tony Watt to cut time with Motherwell short and join Dundee United this week...

Tony Watt is set to complete an immediate switch to Dundee United after Motherwell accepted an offer for the striker.Watt had already agreed a pre-contract with...

 2022-01-17 13:00 

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Lorna Slater criticised over workrate at Cop26...

The co-leader of the Scottish Greens refused to work the full duration of Cop26 and went to the pub at 5.30pm on her first day at the climate summit. Lorna Slater, the minister for green skills, circular economy and biodiversity, missed the first week of ...

 2022-01-17 13:00 

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Life on the Ukrainian border: 'Trenches. The cold. That's our reality'...

War grinds slowly on the eastern front. Between a whitened ground of frozen steel and skies of looming lead, death may come by a sniper's bullet or booby-trappe...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Aberfan survivor seeks museum for his collection...

Two men who have collected items connected to the Aberfan disaster are searching for a museum to house a permanent exhibit about the tragedy.A total of 116 children and 28 adults were killed on October 21, 1966, when a colliery spoil tip at Aberfan, south...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Idles review — a life-affirming punk band who will rock the post-pandemic era...

It makes sense, really: that after two years of suppression, anxiety and building frustration, an old-fashioned aggressive, politically motivated and above...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Chris Silverwood: I want to carry on as England head coach the players still back me...

The day after one of the most embarrassing capitulations ever seen, when his team ran up the white flag, the England head coach, Chris Silverwood, insisted that...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Taliban pepper spray women as they take to the streets in Kabul...

Taliban fighters confronted female protesters and doused them with pepper spray as they marched through Kabul demanding rights to work and education. Dozens of...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Ayatollah Khamenei's niece Farideh Moradkhani arrested over support for Shah's widow...

The niece of Iran's supreme leader has been arrested for sending a message of support to a party to celebrate the birthday of the last shah's widow.The arrest b...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Christian Eriksen offered a deal until the end of the season by Brentford...

Brentford are hopeful of beating off competition for Christian Eriksen after offering him a six-month contract with the option of a further season.The midfielde...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Antnio Horta-Osrio profile: boss was brought in to clean up bank, but leaves it mired in greater difficulties...

At first glance, Sir Antnio Horta-Osrio's ill-fated spell as the first non-Swiss chairman of Credit Suisse is in direct contrast to his career-defining decade...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Glaxo rises on interest in healthcare arm...

The pharmaceuticals group GlaxoSmithKline led gains among London's blue-chips as it held out for an improved bid for its consumer health products arm.The health...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Taylor Wimpey plans to return more cash to investors...

Taylor Wimpey, one of Britain's biggest housebuilders, has promised to return hundreds of millions of pounds to investors later this year on the back of an "exc...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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In Pictures: Wolf Moon...

James Bell/AlamyThe moon rises behind Sheerness war memorial in Kent yesterday. The Wolf Moon is named after wolves howling with hunger after a long winterRick Findler/Story Picture AgencyThe moon sets in Richmond Park this morning. When it rises again to...

 2022-01-17 12:00 

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Credit Suisse chairman Antnio Horta-Osrio was brought in to clean up bank but leaves it mired in greater difficulties...

At first glance, Sir Antnio Horta-Osrio's ill-fated spell as the first non-Swiss chairman of Credit Suisse is in direct contrast to his career-defining decade...

 2022-01-17 11:50 

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Ease Scottish Covid rules now, professor urges Sturgeon...

Nicola Sturgeon should relax her coronavirus rules because Omicron's impact on hospitals has been "nowhere near as bad" as forecast, a leading professor has sai...

 2022-01-17 10:50 

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China's economic growth slows to 4% in fourth quarter...

China's economic output slowed to 4 per cent in the last quarter of 2021 as Covid-19 outbreaks increased and the property sector cooled.GDP growth in the three...

 2022-01-17 10:40 

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Vicki Young rules herself out of race to replace Laura Kuenssberg at BBC...

The BBC's deputy political editor has ruled herself out of the race to replace Laura Kuenssberg after being considered one of the favourites for the role.Vicki...

 2022-01-17 10:30 

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Prince Andrew may have dated Ghislaine Maxwell, says university friend...

The Duke of York may have been romantically involved with Ghislaine Maxwell, according to former associates who said the two often appeared "intimate" and had...

 2022-01-17 10:15 

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Posthumous email casts doubt over suicide of Monte dei Paschi di Siena executive David Rossi...

The mystery surrounding the death of the communications director of the world's oldest bank has deepened with the publication of a police report suggesting that...

 2022-01-17 10:15 

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How can I ensure all my invoices are paid on time?...

Q: Some of my clients are very slow paying my invoices, and others don't pay me at all. How can I get all my invoices paid on time?A: According to the Small Bus...

 2022-01-17 10:00 

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Bitcoin Widow Jennifer Robertson's sorrow over hurt caused by missing millions...

When Gerald Cotten, a Canadian cryptocurrency entrepreneur, died suddenly in India in 2018, it was not only his furious clients, whose digital passwords he took...

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