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 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Even Philippe Coutinho the magician can't make Barcelona's problems vanish...

It was intended as a respectful reminder. "I don't think you get a nickname like 'Magician' if you're not special," Steven Gerrard said as he welcomed the idea...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Preet Chandi: 'No, not Southall, I'm off to the South Pole'...

Polar explorers tend not to be young women of Punjabi Sikh heritage. This is precisely why Preet Chandi was determined to do it, and precisely why her extended...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Derek McInnes up and running after comfortable win...

Kilmarnock may be a bit of a sleeping giant with a non-sleeping manager. Derek McInnes was up just after 6am to clock in for his first match day for nine month...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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This starts the process of repair, says Oxford University professor as Cecil Rhodes role is axed...

A university post named after Cecil Rhodes has been scrapped after lobbying by the current holder of the chair...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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George's Dock in Dublin could be turned into lido or outdoor entertainment venue...

Alternative proposals for the George's Dock site in Dublin city centre, including for an outdoor entertainment space, will be discussed at a council meeting ton...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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E-cigarette toxins may damage users' sight...

Toxins in e-cigarettes could cause damage to the user's eyesight, a US study suggests. People who use the devices, or "vape", were 34 per cent more likely to su...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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The online butcher who doesn't have a beef with meat-free diets...

What's trade like for an online butcher in January, when many people are trying to cut down on their meat consumption and some sign up to pledges to try a vegan diet? In the case of Farmison & Co the answer is surprisingly good. John Pallagi, co-found...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Covid in Ireland: Self-isolation could be scrapped for close contacts under new EU advice...

Close contacts of people who test positive for Covid-19 may no longer have to isolate if they have had a booster jab, under EU advice being considered by healt...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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60,000 salaries on offer to jobseekers without degrees...

Job hunters without a degree can secure salaries of more than 60,000 as a construction manager, pilot or food safety inspector, with employers increasingly va...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Third of voters are living in fear of energy bills they can't afford to pay...

A third of voters expect their energy bills to become unaffordable this year, increasing the pressure on Boris Johnson to protect against the rising cost of...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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The Dream Big myth sells us dangerous lies...

Those who enjoyed the cunning of Vanity Fair's Becky Sharp will be interested in Elizabeth Holmes, the American entrepreneur convicted last week of fraud and co...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Over-55s seek mental health care for cannabis addiction...

A record number of people over 55 are seeking treatment for cannabis addiction and experts say that it is often dismissed by health professionals as a soft drug...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Install 'ladders' to drains to stop frogs getting trapped, say conservationists...

Conservationists say thousands of "amphibian ladders" should be installed in drains across the country to save the lives of trapped frogs and newts.Dn Laoghai...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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American painter Sarah Margaret Gibson to promote art for Prince Charles...

The Duke of Rothesay has appointed an American painter based at the Scottish stately home he saved for the nation to help promote his passion for art.The Prince...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Spain's Queen Sofa stands by disgraced Plcido Domingo...

Queen Sofa has defied Spanish government policy by attending a concert featuring Placido Domingo, who has been shunned...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Processed food in diet may cause rise in autoimmune diseases...

Diets high in processed food could be causing an increase in the number of people developing autoimmune diseases across the world, scientists say.According to e...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Glasgow Warriors gear up for Exeter Chiefs with well-constructed win...

There was a lot to like about the way Glasgow Warriors shook off the cobwebs from two weekends of Covid-enforced inactivity to pick up this emphatic bonus point...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Joel Nouble exits with a title prediction for Arbroath...

Dick Campbell has already won promotion seven times with five different clubs during a coaching and management career spanning 35 years yet if he were to add an...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Neighbours are tired of Damien Hirst's giant 'white blob'...

When Damien Hirst bought the crumbling Toddington Manor for 3 million he said that the listed building would need scaffolding for two years while it was treate...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Hospital may lose 1,000 staff who refuse to have vaccine...

A hospital in London could lose a thousand staff if they refuse to have the Covid-19 vaccine before rules on mandatory jabs for NHS workers are introduced in Ap...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Fur flies over 4m award in Snooty Fox hygiene case...

Geoff Monks, 67, spent time in the same prison as Ian Huntley, the Soham killer, suffered a heart attack and had to sell his three pubs after being prosecuted for food hygiene breaches...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Turkmenistan president wants to snuff out crater known as 'gateway to hell'...

The president of Turkmenistan has ordered officials to extinguish a huge fire in a natural gas crater than has been burning for half a century and is known as "...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Forgive me, Maureen, but this time you're wrong...

If you're still stuck for a New Year's resolution, here's a good one: never tangle with Dame Maureen Lipman. I still wake up sweating from having made that mist...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Colonel urges Prince Andrew to surrender military titles...

Prince Andrew has been urged to give up his honorary military titles by a senior former army officer amid continuing allegations he sexually assaulted a teenage...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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The Times view on the crisis talks over Ukraine: Power Play...

ALEXEY NIKOLSKY/SPUTNIK/AFP/GETTY IMAGESPresident Putin's decision to send troops into Kazakhstan may yet change his calculus on UkraineNobody chooses to negoti...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Morten Morland Times cartoon: January 10, 2022...

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

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Ministers spend billions 'with no idea about value'...

Ministers and officials are spending billions of pounds on projects that are never properly evaluated...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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The Times Daily Quiz: Monday January 10, 2022...

1 Which popular song's opening line is: "In Dublin's fair city, where the girls are so pretty . . ."? 2 Which role was played by Terry (1933-1945) in the film T...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Still no apology from Glasgow city council, says sex abuse survivor who was placed with paedophile foster carer...

A sexual abuse survivor who was awarded more than 1 million after he was handed over to a paedophile foster carer has accused Glasgow city council of making his ordeal worse....

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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In 19 days Outward Bound changed my life...

During her childhood summer holidays, Stephanie McIntosh, her mother and little brother would make the short trip from Glasgow to Loch Lomond to rent a boat, pa...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Balance 'has tilted too far from workers towards shareholders' says TUC...

The government is being urged to take measures to restore fairness to workers, including having employees on boards and reforming company law.A report by the TUC and two think tanks says the balance between the interests of a business's workforce and ...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Blizzards of 1982 buried Wales...

Cold snaps this month have been trifling compared with those 40 years ago, when Britain was in the grip of an Arctic freeze. On January 8 and 9, 1982, blizzards...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Former Sirius mining chief Chris Fraser turns to drink...

The former boss of Sirius Minerals is opening a business making vodka and gin at an eco-distillery. Chris Fraser, 47, rose to prominence as founder and chief executive of the company developing the Woodsmith fertiliser mine under the North York Moors Nati...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Virgin Active floored by Covid pandemic...

Virgin Active slumped to a loss of almost 600 million in 2020 and conceded that it would take time to rebuild a membership base decimated by the pandemic.The leisure club operator, which underwent a painful restructuring last year, suffered a fall in its ...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Author Harry Josephine Giles pulls novel from Highland Book Prize in protest against all-white shortlists...

A Scottish author has withdrawn from a regional book prize in protest at "literary events and projects that exclude writers of colour".Harry Josephine Giles c...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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95,000 is the average profit on house sales...

Sellers made an average of 95,360 profit when they sold their home last year, figures show.This ranged from those selling detached houses for 151,840 more tha...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Boris Johnson can't afford to let down northern voters...

This year is beginning with scarcely disguised disappointment from some quarters that, despite inevitable challenges, doomsday predictions have not come to pass...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Behind the Shot: New Year's Eve and the Scots come to Newcastle...

I never liked clubbing. In fact as a young man I hated it. In Worksop, the Nottinghamshire town where I grew up, there was a nightclub called The Avenue. In th...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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20 best books to boost your brain — and mood...

Are you adrift on a dismal sea of despondency? Are the dark afternoons getting you down, making you feel as cheery as an extra in an Ingmar Bergman film? Are th...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Costume change as dancers step gracefully away from the tutu...

After generations as the epitome of feminine grace, the tutu faces a challenge as the ballerinas' favourite costume...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Covid in Scotland: Wrongheaded to stop free lateral flow tests, says Nicola Sturgeon...

Nicola Sturgeon has insisted it would be "utterly wrongheaded" to halt the free availability of lateral flow tests as her health secretary dismissed the idea of...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Newcastle United flops given dressing-room speech by Yasir Al-Rumayyan...

A crushing FA Cup defeat by Cambridge United was not the scenario that Newcastle United's hierarchy envisaged when the decision was made for their chairman, Yas...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Dirty words translate to clean polls for Macron...

We French were both shocked and secretly amused last week to find President Macron saying "merde" to the Covid virus and to those who refuse the vaccine. To a...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Flawless launch extends life of Nasa's James Webb telescope...

The James Webb Space Telescope may operate for twice as long as its ten-year lifespan because of its flawless launch and deployment in space, Nasa says. The $10...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Low-frills hotel chain eyes up two more Dublin sites...

When the Point A hotel on Parnell Street in Dublin was being kitted out last year, the UK owners ran into a number of Brexit-related problems...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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More claims of Ghislaine Maxwell juror misconduct...

Fears have deepened that Ghislaine Maxwell could have her sex trafficking conviction quashed after lawyers claimed to have found a third and maybe fourth case...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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No-fly zone would strengthen security for royal family at Windsor Castle...

A "no-fly zone" could be placed over Windsor Castle to beef up security at the location, the Metropolitan Police has said.The force is currently reviewing secur...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Covid in Scotland: Antivaxer online forums 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....

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Majority for the Treaty...

From The Times, January 10, 1922Dail Eireann tonight carried the motion approving the Treaty between Great Britain and Ireland by 64 votes to 57. The majority i...

 2022-01-10 00:01 

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Giant sea dragon rises from reservoir's depths...

The phrase "here be dragons" is usually associated with uncharted areas on maps, but could now apply to Rutland Water after the discovery of an ichthyosaur skel...

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