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 2022-05-21 17:00 

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Why Kremlin propagandists now tell Russians they're at war with the whole west...

It is not usual to see criticism of the regime on Russian TV now that the Kremlin has closed its fist on the media. Less usual yet to hear it on political talk...

 2022-05-21 17:00 

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Palantir chief Alex Karp: War is here — you need a pariah on your side...

It is a Saturday afternoon in London and Alex Karp, a tousle-haired American billionaire, is talking about nuclear war. "The risk of a nuclear event is signific...

 2022-05-21 17:00 

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SNP's school pledge fails to make the grade...

Nicola Sturgeon has been in government for 15 years and she has been first minister for seven. By any reasonable reckoning this is long enough to have made at l...

 2022-05-21 17:00 

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In the Tory storm over the windfall tax, Sunak and Johnson have competing visions...

Boris Johnson had just come off the phone with Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian leader, when he was informed that he would not be facing any further fines from...

 2022-05-21 16:00 

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Harlequins prove comeback kings again to leave Gloucester Premiership play-off hopes in the balance...

When Adam Hastings dropped a snap drop goal to give Gloucester a 7-24 lead after 33 minutes, Harlequins, the 'home team' at Twickenham found themselves in the sort of territory in which they thrived this time last season....

 2022-05-21 16:00 

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Larger-than-life leftie promises to be a big boost for Democrats...

If the future of the left in America is embodied by John Fetterman, then it is very big indeed.At a hulking 6ft 9in with tattooed arms so long he calls them sel...

 2022-05-21 16:00 

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League One play-offs: Sunderland end nightmare in Wembley dreamland with promotion...

Plenty of the 45,000 Sunderland fans at Wembley were old enough to remember the six previous defeats for Sunderland in the play-offs over the past 35 years, so...

 2022-05-21 16:00 

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League One play-offs: Sunderland dispel Wembley nightmares with promotion to second tier...

Plenty of the 45,000 Sunderland fans at Wembley were old enough to remember the six previous defeats for their side in the play-offs over the past 35 years, so...

 2022-05-21 16:00 

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Orlando Bailey seals brilliant Bath fightback to prevent London Irish securing Champions Cup spot...

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 2022-05-21 15:15 

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Cameron Norrie delighted with 'best title' after winning Lyon Open...

Cameron Norrie won his fourth ATP Tour title after beating Slovakia's Alex Molcan in three sets in the Lyon Open final.Top seed Norrie, who lost to Stefanos Tsi...

 2022-05-21 14:00 

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Leeds United and Burnley demand details of Everton finances...

Leeds United and Burnley have written to the Premier League to demand Everton make a full disclosure of their financial details, to explain how they have manage...

 2022-05-21 13:00 

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Australian election result 2022: Labor's Anthony Albanese wins...

Australia's centre-right prime minister, Scott Morrison, appeared to have lost office as counting continued after Saturday's general election with the Labor le...

 2022-05-21 12:30 

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Ashley Barnes: Referees want Burnley to drop out of the Premier League...

Ashley Barnes claims referees along with most football followers want "ugly" Burnley to drop out of the Premier League...

 2022-05-21 11:00 

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Tom Latham: Brendon McCullum installed self-belief and pushed the New Zealand game forward he will do the same for England...

There is something of a bromance going on between English and New Zealand cricket at the moment in fact, the admiration has been there on England's side for quite a while so the arrival of the New Zealand tour party this week is a cause for celebratio...

 2022-05-21 01:40 

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US PGA Championship: Rory McIlroy in the mix as Will Zalatoris hits the front in Oklahoma...

While some of golf's old guard look ahead to gorging on bundles of Saudi cash, two twenty-somethings showed it is hard to put a value on real sporting drama at...

 2022-05-20 21:00 

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Flimsy Exeter Chiefs left relying on favours to stay in title race...

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 2022-05-20 20:00 

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Tory leaders need instinct, not ideology...

You'd have to have tin ears not to giggle. "Ideologically unconservative"? What an unconservatively ideological thing to say! Conservatives don't have ideologie...

 2022-05-20 20:00 

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Who on earth eats garlic bread with pizza?...

Last night I ordered a Domino's pizza and now my mind is blown. My daughter wanted a small margherita (909 kcal) plus some wedges and the cost was 18.98 (I kno...

 2022-05-20 20:00 

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Times letters: Frustrating secrecy of Met's parties inquiry...

Sir, It is becoming increasingly difficult to believe that the investigation into the Downing Street lockdown parties was free from government interference ("Gr...

 2022-05-20 20:00 

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Cleaner or Queen, you can't hold back time...

The Queen can no longer descend the Cenotaph steps backwards. She has shed her heavy ermine robes, put down that two-pound state crown, and even in her civvies...

 2022-05-20 20:00 

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Peter Brookes Times cartoon: May 21 2022...

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

 2022-05-20 20:00 

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Ancients believed in survival of the fattest...

NIGEL NORRINGTONSimon Callow playing Falstaff and Judi Dench as Mistress Quickly in Merry Wives: the Musical. Left, the Venus of WillendorfThe most celebrated...

 2022-05-20 20:00 

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A river that runs deep in beauty and wildlife...

The River Dyfi rises in the mountains of mid Wales, tumbling quickly to the sea, its estuary forming one of the most beautiful nature-rich places in Britain. I...

 2022-05-20 20:00 

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How our Polygon puzzles prompted poetic pet peeves...

The Polygon's full of pretence,Since most of its words don't make sense.Enthusiasm curdled,I switched to the WordleAnd haven't returned to it hence.Ouch! Here o...

 2022-05-20 19:30 

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The auditing 'profit' that's proving so hard to swallow...

They are doing a special offer this month at One Moorgate Place, a restaurant in the City of London. Tempura king prawns with mango and lime salsa followed by h...

 2022-05-20 18:30 

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Hinkley Point C nuclear plant to open a decade late...

The risks to the government's plans to build another eight nuclear power plants have been underlined by the latest wave of ballooning costs and delays at Hinkle...

 2022-05-20 18:30 

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THG 'must reject bids below 2bn'...

Investors in THG have said that the ecommerce company should not entertain takeover offers below 2 billion after a surprise bid from one of its board members a...

 2022-05-20 18:20 

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Wimbledon stripped of ranking points as tennis chiefs hit back over Russia ban...

Wimbledon was stripped of world ranking points on Friday after the ATP and WTA decided to effectively render the championships as an exhibition event on the me...

 2022-05-20 18:00 

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'Terminator' who attacked Tube passenger with machete guilty of attempted murder...

An "emotionless"; man likened to the robot killing machine from The Terminator is facing jail for a machete attack on a London Underground train. Panicked pas...

 2022-05-20 18:00 

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Are British weapons making a difference in Ukraine?...

Advanced Brimstone missiles delivered to Ukraine from Britain have "changed the dynamic" on the battlefield in the eastern Donbas, an adviser to the defence...

 2022-05-20 18:00 

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Frank Lampard has put the fire out at Everton now give him a fair crack...

The air was thick with the smoke of those blue flares — and that was still four hours before kick-off. Inside Goodison Park on Thursday night, the noise would b...

 2022-05-20 18:00 

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Police investigate Patrick Vieira for 'kicking out' at fan as Eddie Howe warns of 'disaster'...

Patrick Vieira is being investigated by the police after appearing to kick an Everton fan who had been goading him on the Goodison Park pitch, but the Crystal...

 2022-05-20 17:40 

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Noisy Great Barrier Reef boats put fish off breeding...

Noisy motorboats are damaging populations of fish on coral reefs by disturbing their breeding, a study has found.Scientists tested the impact of boat noise by i...

 2022-05-20 17:30 

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Salisbury poisoner suspected of 2016 Wada hack, claims Sir Craig Reedie...

A Russian secret service agent who carried out the Salisbury poisonings was also suspected of being behind the hacking of the World Anti-Doping Agency in 2016,...

 2022-05-20 17:30 

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Philippe Coutinho: Aston Villa could play in the Champions League under Steven Gerrard's leadership...

Philippe Coutinho has promised Aston Villa fans there is more to come from him and he has Champions League success within his sights...

 2022-05-20 16:50 

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Darktrace turns a corner after top executives buy more shares...

This hasn't been a great week for Darktrace, which is hardly a surprise considering that one of its senior executives was referenced in a High Court judgement a...

 2022-05-20 16:25 

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Vangelis, Chariots of Fire and Blade Runner composer, dies at 79...

Vangelis, the Greek composer and musician best known for his film soundtracks, including Chariots of Fire and Blade Runner, has died aged 79.He died in hospital...

 2022-05-20 16:10 

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David Canzini: the key player in Westminster you've never heard of...

When Boris Johnson reshuffled his Downing Street team at the height of the lockdown parties scandal there was one new entrant to No 10 whose arrival largely sli...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Kevin Gildea: 'Making Anne laugh is a real thrill for me'...

Anne Gildea and her brother, Kevin, were about to embark on a run of their comedy show, A Nonsense of Ireland, in 2019 when a lump in Anne's stomach was diagnos...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Oh yah, Wagatha Christie is totes chavtastic...

The myriad newspaper "court reports" of the Vardy-Rooney libel case over the last few days have been unlike any I've seen before. They all share a similar, some...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Holidaymaker 'trampled by elephant inside safari camp'...

A university lecturer who says she was chased and trampled by a bull elephant during a safari holiday is suing the British travel agency with which she booked...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Meet the woke coach: the woman Hollywood men fear the most...

The setting: a movie star's Hollywood trailer. The scene: a sleazy, unreconstructed producer attempts to persuade a young female starlet with whom he has mudd...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Children in the front line as Chicago suffers a new wave of deadly shootings...

Lines of people waited at the edge of Millennium Park as evening fell over the skyscrapers of downtown Chicago. Security guards searched bags and scanned visito...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Manchester United have no team spirit, Ralf Rangnick admits...

Ralf Rangnick has conceded that the first job for the new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag is to rebuild the "mentality, team spirit, togetherness" at the...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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The 25 best hotels by the British seaside...

How do you like your beaches — unfurling ribbons of sand, sprinkles of shingle or with a Japanese-style carpet of pebbles? If it's sand, what shade is your favo...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Our guide to the eight towns given Platinum Jubilee city status...

1. Stanley, Falkland IslandsThe biggest settlement on this remote British Overseas Territory by a windswept mile, but best not call it the "big smoke" in annive...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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How those at the top of big companies can see what is going on at the bottom...

Imagine you're a mid-ranking executive at HSBC. The bank has a big operation in Mexico and billions of dollars flow between the Mexican bank and HSBC in the Un...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Conversations with Friends review — Sally Rooney's literary sensation gets an easy ride...

Also reviewed: Derry Girls; The Time Traveler's Wife...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Mike Hesson: The idea that Brendon is gung-ho is a myth he's far smarter than that...

Mike Hesson has known Brendon McCullum for an awfully long time. Hesson can remember first seeing McCullum and his elder brother, Nathan, playing their own game...

 2022-05-20 16:00 

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Patrick Vieira was wrong to lash out but most of us know who the real 'muppet' is...

It took months, perhaps years, for much media and public opinion to swing from condemnation of Eric Cantona for walloping an abusive fan in 1995 to a bit of und...

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