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 2022-01-17 09:45 

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Business leaders must stress test their characters, says former HSBC chief John Flint...

Aspiring business leaders must seek out experiences that will put them under stress as often as they can, John Flint, the former chief executive of HSBC and the...

 2022-01-17 09:00 

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Novak Djokovic set to be denied entry to French Open...

Novak Djokovic faces the prospect of being denied entry to the French Open after a government official confirmed that the new vaccination pass will be mandatory...

 2022-01-17 09:00 

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Operation Red Meat? Let's have a butcher's...

Five things you need to know this morning...

 2022-01-17 09:00 

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Tonga tsunami: British woman Angela Glover feared dead after being swept away...

The family of a British animal charity worker swept away by the Tongan tsunami have urgently appealed for help tracing her. Angela Glover, 50, was separated fro...

 2022-01-17 09:00 

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Australian Open: Cameron Norrie suffers tame first-round defeat by Sebastian Korda...

The momentum that Cameron Norrie built up in 2021 has not carried forward into the new year. The British No 1 made a tame early exit from the Australian Open wi...

 2022-01-17 08:00 

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Credit Suisse chairman Antnio Horta-Osrio resigns...

Antnio Horta-Osrio, the former chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group, has resigned as the chairman of Credit Suisse after breaking Covid-19 quarantine rules...

 2022-01-17 07:00 

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Credit Suisse chairman Antnio Horta-Osrio resigns over Covid breaches...

The chairman of Credit Suisse, Antnio Horta-Osrio, has resigned after an investigation by the Swiss bank into breaches of coronavirus quarantine rules.His res...

 2022-01-17 02:00 

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Searching for Anne Frank's betrayer, 80 years on...

When my Auntie Ruth turned up for school on Monday July 3, 1942, one of her school mates was missing. It wasn't an unusual event. At her school, children disapp...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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I failed my driving test, so I found the easiest places to pass in Britain...

Paralysed at the entrance of one of the concrete roundabouts dotted across Hendon, north London, I knew I had flunked. But I was determined I would pass my driv...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Emails reveal affair involving sacked University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel...

The University of Michigan has sacked its president over a relationship with a member of staff and published more than 100 pages of emails and texts between the...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Rabbie Burns ignored friend's advice not to write in 'limiting' Scots...

As people all over the world prepare to address the words "Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face" to a haggis, it has been revealed that their author, Robert Burns,...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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UK Covid update says masks will stay but vaccine passports face axe...

Facemasks are likely to remain a legal requirement on public transport and indoors but work from home guidance and vaccine passports are expected to be scrapped...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Ben Wallace: Judge Putin's intent by the poison flowing from his pen...

I have lost count of how many times recently I have had to explain the meaning of the term "straw man" to my European allies. That is because the best living, b...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Will GlaxoSmithKline deal be worth it for Unilever?...

They may not have been able to agree on a deal thus far, but there's one thing that Unilever, the consumer goods group, and GlaxoSmithKline, the drugs company, have in common. Both are facing the wrath of disgruntled shareholders, which have attacked ...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Protecting consumers could ease the cost of living crisis...

Just a few months from now, the cost of living squeeze is predicted to be as acute as during the 2008 financial crisis. The price of energy, gas and food will c...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Final audition for England stars before Six Nations squad announcement...

This weekend's Champions and Challenge Cup action was the final opportunity for many England hopefuls to stake their claim to Eddie Jones before he announces hi...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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All aboard the virtual express to fix HS2 faults...

It may be best known in Silicon Valley but engineers will soon be able to enter the metaverse en route to Birmingham.Staff on HS2, the high-speed line being bui...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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'We didn't want a big goodbye with Andy Murray in 2019 we knew it wasn't the end'...

Thursday, January 10, 2019: the practice matchThree years ago, when Andy Murray last played at the Australian Open, concerns were growing over his fitness in th...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Emma Raducanu: I struggle to find time for my friends...

Emma Raducanu's new-found fame has resulted in a sad but necessary sacrifice. The US Open champion revealed yesterday that she has had to cut down on her contact with friends to avoid the distractions that come with being a sporting superstar....

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Micky Mellon's Tranmere Rovers leak fewer goals than anyone bar Manchester City...

At the end of each victory at their Prenton Park home this season, Tranmere Rovers fans have been treated to the "Micky fist pump". As the name suggests, it inv...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Scots party split is logical next step, claims ex-MSP Adam Tomkins...

The Scottish Conservatives must split from the UK party if it wants to achieve an electoral breakthrough north of the border, a former MSP has said. Adam Tomkins, a professor of law who sat as a list MSP, went on to warn that his former colleagues' cr...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Businessman Richard O'Halloran held in China for three years 'losing hope' of seeing family again...

Richard O'Halloran, the Irish businessman stranded in China, is "losing hope" of ever seeing his family again and feels he has been "left to rot", his wife has...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Raphinha stole the show from Leeds' hat-trick man Jack Harrison...

Jack Harrison is going to get most of the plaudits having scored a hat-trick away to West Ham United but the player who impressed me even more yesterday was Ra...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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The ultimate kitchen gadgets...

I flick through the Lakeland catalogue with lust — I'm a gadget obsessive'by Harry WallopI have measured out my life with coffee frothers. And teabag squeezer...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Metal detectorist finds one of England's earliest gold coins on farmland in Hemyock...

A metal detectorist who found what is believed to be one of England's earliest gold coins on his first treasure-hunting foray in a decade may be set for a wind...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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'Queen of Sheba' for adults only...

From The Times, January 17, 1922There was shown privately last week an American "super"-production, which epitomises both the strength and the weakness of conte...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Factory pay deals soar as inflation accelerates...

Manufacturers have agreed pay settlements of up to 14 per cent as business and investors brace this week for fresh inflation statistics that are expected to s...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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John Delaney: Pillarview liquidation stopped until Revenue finishes investigation...

A company that was involved in supporting John Delaney's personal finances has been blocked from completing its liquidation because of an investigation by the R...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover obituary...

John Sainsbury brought home the bacon by selling it in the family's supermarkets. He started behind the counter and was put in charge of biscuit buying before i...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Diptyque rolls out its own wallpaper. Who for?...

After so long — too long — spent staring at the bare walls of our homes, wallpaper is making a comeback, from hand-painted luxury to vintage nostalgia to social...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Going back to the future is not something that we need to be scared of...

Base rate is 4.75 per cent. The ten-year gilt yield is 4.7 per cent. Inflation is running at 1.5 per cent and rising. Net government debt is 34 per cent of GDP....

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Nadine Dorries' plans to scrap the licence fee 'a distraction'...

BBC presenters hit back at the culture secretary after she announced plans to scrap the licence fee while ministers try to deflect attention from the crisis gri...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Kindness the key to helping Celtic new boys settle, says Greg Taylor...

The arrival of Celtic's four January signings will not result in any complaints landing with the club's HR department. Daizen Maeda, Reo Hatate, Yosuke Ideguchi...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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FBI busts 'crime tourist' ring who netted $3.5m from homes in suburbs around Washington...

South American thieves are stealing valuables worth hundreds of millions of dollars every year from expensive homes in the suburbs around Washington, police be...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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The Times Daily Quiz: Monday January 17, 2022...

1 Butterscotch is a sweet primarily made with butter and which ingredient? 2 "Gatto" is the Italian word for which common mammal?3 Who died at his personal resi...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Births, marriages and deaths: Monday January 17, 2022...

WHEN Jesus saw that Mary and the people with her were crying, he was terribly upset. John 11.33 (CEV)Bible verses are provided by the Bible SocietyBirthsSTEWART...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Soviet spy's love note lays trail to lost George Orwell papers...

A flirtatious letter written to George Orwell's wife by an admirer has given new clues to the author's time fighting in the Spanish Civil War.A copy of the lett...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Covid in Ireland: We will return to normal soon, says Varadkar — but be ready in case virus surges again...

Leo Varadkar has said he expects a phased reopening of society will begin from the end of the month but warned that measures must be in place to "respond rapidl...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Prelude to brighter future for gas runs into a storm...

In the open ocean more than 120 miles off the coast of Australia lies Prelude, Shell's floating liquefied natural gas plant — the biggest floating object ever made. The energy group spent billions of dollars building the vessel, the length of fo...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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News flash: less lightning in lockdown...

Commuter trains and office blocks were not the only places that fell silent during lockdown — so did the heavens.Global levels of lightning fell during spring...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Fine margins point to positives for Edinburgh...

Sometimes you learn more from tough defeats than you do from easy victories. That, at least, is what Edinburgh hope will happen after they suffered only their s...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Celtic's Ange Postecoglou praises Hibs for giving Shaun Maloney his opportunity...

Ange Postecoglou has praised Hibernian for having taken the chance on a young, first-time manager by appointing Shaun Maloney. The Celtic boss said it was good...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Trevor Phillips fights back tears over daughter's lockdown death during interview with Oliver Dowden...

The TV presenter Trevor Phillips fought back tears over his daughter's death in lockdown as he questioned a senior Conservative MP about the Downing Street par...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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24 review — the London Contemporary Orchestra's enthralling musical marathon...

To the epic events I have attended in my life (I won't say always enjoyed) I can now add the London Contemporary Orchestra's 24-hour concert. Beginning jus...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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What's on TV and radio tonight: Monday, January 17...

For full TV listings for the week, see thetimes.co.uk/tvplannerViewing guide, by Ben DowellKeeping Up with the AristocratsITV, 9pmYou know you're in the right s...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Met Office forecasts a Britain of militia war, bartering and child labour...

It is 2070 and Britain as we once knew it has vanished. The government has collapsed, the police and justice system no longer exists. Militias control feudal mi...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Universities told to stop silencing sex pest victims...

Universities will be told not to use non-disclosure agreements to silence victims of sexual harassment and abuse.An investigation found that nearly a third of...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Can Keir Starmer win by being as 'un-Boris' as possible?...

Only two months ago it was Boris Johnson's Conservatives who had the ten- point lead in the polls, with Sir Keir Starmer stuck feuding with his deputy and battl...

 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Phil Jagielka, 39, offers Stoke young guns valuable knowhow...

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 2022-01-17 00:01 

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Lord Myners obituary...

Paul Myners may have made a fortune as a City fund manager in the 1990s but he still relished a challenge. Having faced down Philip Green's hostile takeover bid...

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