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 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Robinhood off to a quiet start in first day on stock market...

Robinhood Markets was expected to make a muted debut on the stock market after the popular American trading platform priced its multibillion-dollar flotation at the bottom of the expected range for...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Tokyo Olympics: Sir Hugh Robertson disappointed after BBC forced to cut live coverage from 24 broadcasts to two...

Britain's Olympic chief has entered the row over the BBC's reduced coverage of the Tokyo Games saying the lack of live action for its viewers is "disappointing".The corporation has been forced to...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Edinburgh Festival 2021: 30 tickets to book now...

It's happening, it's finally happening. Or rather: they are finally happening. The Edinburgh International Festival announced its programme of events and its specially safe new or adapted venues at...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Why are we still having debates about what women wear?...

The Tokyo Olympics finally kicked off last weekend, and the South Korean TV coverage of the Games has given viewers a bit of a surprise. There, MBC decided to "jazz up" the section in the opening...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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The Sparks Brothers review — Edgar Wright pays tribute to the enigmatic duo...

A comedy act? Art-rock band? The first miserabilist synth duo? In The Sparks Brothers, Edgar Wright's portrait of them, Sparks are less a band than a Godardian deconstruction of one — "I thought...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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The pandemic denied us the chance to work abroad, and that is a problem...

Some of my time as a junior news reporter was spent working abroad and I struggled. I didn't enjoy contracting a parasite while on assignment and getting violently sick. It wasn't exactly fun breaking...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Cyclist left man to die after crash because he was in country illegally...

An Albanian cyclist who struck a pensioner and left him to die because he feared that police would discover he was in the UK illegally has been jailed.Video released by the police shows 23-year-old...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Indigenous Alaskans infuriated by Biden's decision to halt oil drilling...

For perhaps 4,000 years Eugene Brower's Inupiat forefathers have called the far north of Alaska home, living in harmony with nature amid some of the most inhospitable conditions on Earth. So when...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Moroccan langoustine rice recipe...

Langoustines, also known as Scottish prawns, are delicious wee beasties. The smaller ones are sweeter, but you get much more meat out of the claws of larger langoustines.They can be trawled or caught...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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What you get for 7.5 million in London, Kent, Northamptonshire, Surrey and Mallorca...

80 Holland Park is Christian Candy's latest super-prime scheme: a 25-home development on the edge of Holland Park. Apartment No 2 has a private terrace plus interiors designed by Albion Nord...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Tokyo Olympics: Inquest begins over Great Britain's rowers missing out on medals...

There are two medal shots left for Britain's rowers overnight on Sea Forest Waterway and they will both need to be golds — against the odds — if this is not to be the worst performance by the team...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Everything you should know before you move to Wanstead, northeast London...

Where?Wanstead.Um, where?About as far as you can go in northeast London without crossing over into Essex.Why now?Its status as a leafy yet comparatively affordable London village set Wanstead's market...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Lindt wins trademark victory over Heilemann golden bunny...

The Swiss confectionery company Lindt & Sprngli has won a court victory in Germany in its attempt to secure trademark protection for its golden Easter bunny.The Federal Court of Justice ruled in...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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US economy passes landmark but growth comes up short...

The US economy is larger than it was before the pandemic crisis thanks to massive stimulus and widespread vaccination, but growth in the second quarter failed to live up to analysts' expectations.The...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Emma Wilson can get tide of British sailing medals rolling...

No one's getting ahead of themselves, but the prospects for multiple medals for Team GB in the sailing look extremely strong as the squad secured their first podium finish, with Emma Wilson now...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Marina O'Loughlin reviews Hypha, Chester's new plant-based restaurant...

The number of think pieces generated by the chef Daniel Humm's announcement that his celebrated New York restaurant, Eleven Madison Park, was to go meatless suggests that the media still sees...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Manatomy review — being a woke bloke means fretting over your dad bod...

Manatomy The Climate Question Manatomy is a podcast in which, according to the strapline, "Men talk frankly about their bodies!" I should begin by admitting that I have a prejudice against...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Eddie Jones was right: Elliot Daly can be British & Irish Lions legend, just not at centre...

Warren Gatland is a smart man. He rarely makes the same mistake twice. If we witness Elliot Daly playing in the 13 channel again (wearing 23) the British & Irish Lions are likely to be chasing the...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Former Robertson Trust boss wins tribunal over same-sex marriage views...

Scotland's biggest independent grant-making charity will be ordered to pay damages to its former chief executive after a tribunal ruled that he was discriminated against for opposing gay marriage....

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Max Verstappen calls Lewis Hamilton 'disrespectful' for celebrating British Grand Prix win after collision...

Max Verstappen has said that Lewis Hamilton was "disrespectful" for celebrating winning the British Grand Prix after the pair collided on the first lap at Silverstone nearly two weeks ago.The drivers...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Australia returns to India art bought from global smuggling suspect...

The National Gallery of Australia will return 17 artworks to India and other countries that were bought from a dealer suspected of supplying illegal antiquities.The presence of objects bought from...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Ken Clarke is pompous and arrogant, says infected blood victim group...

After three days of listening to Ken Clarke describe questions put to him by the Infected Blood Inquiry as "pointless", "daft" and "wasting time", a group of victims today accused the former health...

 2021-07-29 16:00 

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Afghans on the march to Europe as Taliban advance...

Turkey has arrested several hundred illegal migrants headed from Afghanistan towards Europe in the past few days as a fresh exodus of people fleeing the advancing Taliban gathers pace.More than 200...

 2021-07-29 15:55 

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X Factor's end celebrated by Jedward...

Former contestants have celebrated the demise of The X Factor after 17 years on ITV amid claims the show's stars were mistreated.Production of the show in Britain will end amid dwindling ratings. Its...

 2021-07-29 15:45 

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Teenage twin records beats British gymnastics record...

Sebastian MannA teenager achieved the best result by a British woman in the all-round gymnastics final at the Olympics when she placed 10th today.Simone Biles, the American superstar gymnast who...

 2021-07-29 15:30 

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Budget delay on cards as Sunak fails to name day...

Speculation that the chancellor will delay his budget until next year is mounting after he instructed the spending watchdog to publish new forecasts without announcing an accompanying fiscal event.In...

 2021-07-29 15:15 

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It takes a special kind of guts to live until 100...

People who live to 100 and beyond may have a secret weapon in their gut — a blend of microbes that contributes to longevity.Scientists in Japan have found that centenarians tend to have a distinct set...

 2021-07-29 15:00 

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There's no need to judge Lloyds Banking Group so harshly...

Banks are poking their heads back above the parapet and are finding that the economic destruction caused by Covid-19 might not be as bad as they had feared.Take Lloyds, for example. It has joined...

 2021-07-29 15:00 

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Strong sales in China steer Bentley to a record...

Bentley Motors has made more profit in the first half of 2021 than in any full year since it was created a little over a century ago.Brushing off the supply chain problems and workplace shortages...

 2021-07-29 14:40 

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Teacher blocked trans pupil's bid to become head student...

A teacher was sacked after blocking a transgender pupil's bid to become head student and telling her pupils it was "not appropriate" for LGBT+ students to represent the school.Susan Field, who taught...

 2021-07-29 14:00 

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Tycoon Sun Dawu who accused China of swine flu cover-up jailed for 18 years...

A Chinese tycoon who openly accused the government of covering up a huge swine flu outbreak has been jailed for 18 years along with his son and brothers on charges including "picking quarrels".Sun...

 2021-07-29 13:51 

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Tokyo 2021: No cases have spread from 'Olympic bubble', says IOC...

The International Olympic Committee insisted that no coronavirus infections had spread from the Olympic "bubble" to the Tokyo population, as the city registered a new record number of infections and...

 2021-07-29 13:35 

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Video proves 'anti-sex' Olympic beds can take a real pounding...

Israeli athletes have upset their Japanese hosts by performing a video stunt to prove that so-called anti-sex cardboard beds in the Olympic village are more than up to the task.The video, posted...

 2021-07-29 13:25 

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Tunisian president Kais Saied removes state TV chief amid accusations of coup...

Tunisia's president has dismissed the head of the state-run television channel and other top officials as he continued a crackdown on parliament and media organisations that critics have branded a...

 2021-07-29 13:19 

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Covid-19: French pupils who aren't jabbed to be sent home in outbreaks...

French pupils who have not been vaccinated will be sent home from school in the event of a Covid outbreak while inoculated ones will be allowed to stay, the French education minister said.The plan...

 2021-07-29 12:40 

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Campaigners lose fight against Holocaust memorial in Westminster...

The new national Holocaust memorial has received planning permission and will be built in Victoria Tower Gardens next to parliament despite protests from local campaigners.Chris Pincher, the housing...

 2021-07-29 12:30 

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Should I pay to escape a ransomware attack?...

Q My business has been hit by a ransomware attack. Should I pay?A Over recent months, government agencies including the FBI and the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (the public-facing branch of...

 2021-07-29 12:15 

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Judge rules Shakira can face trial over '14.5m unpaid tax'...

Shakira, the Colombian singer, is facing possible trail in Spain after a judge ruled there was sufficient evidence to prosecute her on charges related to 14.5 million of allegedly unpaid tax.In his...

 2021-07-29 12:00 

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Rugby League World Cup only '50-50' to go ahead with decision expected next week...

Jon Dutton, the chief executive of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, today said the withdrawal of Australia and New Zealand was "irreversible4; and that the tournament's chances of going ahead this...

 2021-07-29 12:00 

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Thieves foiled in Parisian heist to steal 217-carat diamond necklace of Egyptian queen...

Police say they have foiled a plan to steal a 217-carat diamond necklace made in 1939 for the Queen of Egypt which is being exhibited in Paris.Three men have been arrested on suspicion of preparing to...

 2021-07-29 12:00 

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South Africa's director of rugby Rassie Erasmus offers to quit in extraordinary video...

Rassie Erasmus has offered to stand down from South Africa's coaching team in an extraordinary hour-long video in which he savages the refereeing performance of Nic Berry in the Springboks' 22-17...

 2021-07-29 12:00 

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Charles Stanley loses its independence to US wealth manager after 229 years...

Charles Stanley is selling itself to an American wealth management business for 279 million in cash after 229 years as an independent firm.The private client stockbroker, a small but seemingly...

 2021-07-29 11:56 

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Covid-19: Nearly 700,000 told to isolate as 'pingdemic' grows...

Nearly 700,000 alerts were sent out by the NHS Covid-19 tracing app last week telling people to self-isolate, as the impact of the "pingdemic" continues to play out across the country.Official figures...

 2021-07-29 11:32 

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Covid travel: France was moved to 'amber plus' over Runion island outbreak...

France was put in a new "amber plus" travel category because of the prevalence of the Beta variant on an island in the Indian Ocean, the foreign secretary has admitted.Dominic Raab said that ministers...

 2021-07-29 11:25 

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Mandatory vaccination or regular Covid testing for federal workers, says Joe Biden...

President Biden is to introduce mandatory vaccination for all civilian federal employees or force them to submit to regular testing, social distancing, mask requirements and restrictions on travel.The...

 2021-07-29 11:15 

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'Forever chemicals' in non-stick pans threaten polar bears...

Toxic chemicals used in non-stick pans and waterproof clothes are threatening polar bears because they accumulate in Arctic ice and are leaking into seawater in higher concentrations as a result of...

 2021-07-29 11:00 

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FTSE 100 gains on upbeat corporate news and Asia rebound...

A flurry of well-received corporate updates and a welcome rebound in Asian markets gave a leg-up to London's blue-chip shares this morning.Dozens of British companies, trying to rush out their latest...

 2021-07-29 11:00 

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UK's competition watchdog hands pharmaceutical company multimillion-pound fine...

The UK's competition watchdog has handed a pharmaceutical company a multimillion-pound fine after it increased the price of some thyroid medication by more than 6,000 per cent.The Competition and...

 2021-07-29 11:00 

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Olympic commentators need to get our names right, say Team GB footballers...

Team GB's footballers say they were "disappointed4; with commentators who have been getting their names wrong during matches and said that it needed to improve as they prepare to play their...

 2021-07-29 11:00 

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'The heat went to my head' Fabio Fognini apologises for shouting homophobic slur in Olympic tennis defeat...

Fabio Fognini has apologised for using a homophobic slur during his tennis men's singles third-round defeat at the Tokyo Olympics yesterday.The former world No 9 from Italy bizarrely blamed the hot...

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