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 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Gardai probe protest at Leo Varadkar home...

Gardai are pursuing criminal investigations into the conduct of some of those who protested outside tanaiste Leo Varadkar's home in Dublin three months ago. Hom...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Lights to go back on at last around Scotland after Storm Arwen...

Hundreds of homeowners in Scotland were hoping to have their power restored this weekend, more than a week after Storm Arwen caused "catastrophic4; damage...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Rejection of oil is politics of the playground...

It seems that Nicola Sturgeon has had a damascene conversion to a green agenda ("Fergus Ewing turns on SNP over oil U-turn", News, last week). With her call fo...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Is my house suitable for cavity wall insulation?...

Is my house suitable for cavity wall insulation?We own a thatched house built in 1938. It has cavity walls and we would like cavity wall insulation, but install...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Ministers bring Nphet to heel on communications...

The government is taking direct control of all communication on the management of the pandemic after relations with public health experts soured last week, foll...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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What to wear for party season 2021...

The simple shirt is having a serious fashion revival, yet I've often felt stiff and not quite myself wearing one — in my mind I'm Marilyn Monroe in The Misfits,...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Justine McCarthy: Irish history has been shaped by dissenters...

In the cabinet room at 10 Downing Street 100 years ago tomorrow, five Irish men signed off on the Anglo-Irish Treaty that ended British rule in most of Ireland....

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Motherwell's Kevin Nisbet ensures Hibernian are held at home...

Timing is everything in football. It is why it was hard to avoid the irony of Kevin Nisbet being confirmed as the man of the match just seconds after the striker had passed up a golden opportunity......

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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'Alex Ferguson took my hat-trick ball so I volleyed it into his office'...

Steve Archibald was never afraid of anyone or anything, regardless of reputations. Whether facing up to the fury of Sir Alex Ferguson at Aberdeen or inheritin...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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A taste of the Orient Express is my fast track to pleasure...

Unique selling point A pair of carriages from the original Orient Express, which ferried the wealthy across southern Europe for decades, are parked on the...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Violence against women only grows if we ignore it...

The lights were on to mark the beginning of the Global 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence campaign...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Why house prices have risen faster in Wales than anywhere else in the UK...

Was there anybody who didn't move to the countryside during the pandemic? It seems like the world did, with much-publicised property gold rushes in the Cotswold...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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You say: readers' views on Dalgliesh, Hermit Of Treig and more...

The Hermit Of Treig (BBC iPlayer): some hermit! He sees more people than I do.Edna ReithAndrew Marr is leaving the BBC. Hurrah.Peter WoodhouseAngela Black (ITV)...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Winter Walks: Amanda Owen and more discover how a hike can be good for the soul...

Winter WalksBBC4, Mon-ThuAlong for the Ride with David O'DohertyChannel 4, MonHellbound NetflixBritney BBC1, TueElves Netflix If your favourite Springwatch cont...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Morgan Stanley man is to the manor born...

As Patrick Drahi, BT's largest shareholder, ponders his next move at the former telecoms monopoly, his top banker has been busy with a project of his own.Franck...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Michael Gove plots punishment for Grenfell companies that have made billions...

Michael Gove is considering penalising companies linked to the Grenfell Tower tragedy as leaked government documents reveal they have made pre-tax profits of a...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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This 2021 was not the one I ordered. Can I have a refund?...

December 1, 2021To whom it may concern,I'm writing to request a refund on my purchase of your product "2021". When I bought it on December 31, 2020 — please see...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Share tip: Moonpig may have grown a little too porky...

Fancy a personalised gift card? Or a miniature Christmas tree that fits through the letterbox? Look no further than the online retailer Moonpig. The FTSE 250 c...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Six Nations already on Huw Jones's radar...

The Scotland centre Huw Jones is hoping to earn a Six Nations recall thanks to Harlequins' unique working environment that puts a smile on his face every day he...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Richard Caring takes centre stage as restaurant chief exits...

Richard Caring has stepped up to take day-to-day control of his restaurant empire after his chief executive Baton Berisha left the company after just a year in...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Tech boss Cathriona Hallahan interview: I closed door on Microsoft to find new windows...

Sitting in the home office of her surprisingly rural farmstead in Kilternan, Co Dublin, Cathriona Hallahan is noticeably relaxed. It is eight weeks since she of...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Mica redress scheme shows coalition's shaky foundations...

This level of state intervention is unprecedented," taoiseach Michel Martin declared as he announced a scheme to rebuild between 6,000 and 7,000 houses in Done...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Prince William on his rescue pilot trauma, memories of Diana singalongs and love of AC/DC...

The Duke of Cambridge has described how his mother would put on The Best by Tina Turner in the car and sing along with her sons to help them cope with "the anxi...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Arthur Masuaku exposes first cracks of the Thomas Tuchel era at Chelsea...

Did Arthur Masuaku mean it? The arms he thrust, ramrod straight, up into the air said that he did and so did the self-approving expression. Masuaku's rather maverick history as a player says it is impossible to be certain whether he did. Masuaku certa...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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A rollercoaster year ends with a dose of uncertainty...

It is at this time of year I feel sorry for economic forecasters; they have to put together a coherent story for 2022 and yet, as 2021 draws to a close, a signi...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on his perfect Christmas Day...

I start Christmas Day with a swim in our pond, which I do most days. I won't necessarily be joined by anyone else, but it's my fix. Festive preserves elevate th...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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M&S salmon supplier on hook over misreporting pesticide use at Scottish fish farms...

The company that supplies Scottish farmed salmon to Marks & Spencer has been officially reprimanded for misreporting toxic pesticide...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Not quite North Korea, but cabinet vanity snaps are taxing our patience...

In 1986, Margaret Thatcher posed in a tank in Germany. It was the sort of photo op that could have gone badly wrong — tanks are tricky — but whatever you think...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Cladding scandal: as the Grenfell inquiry resumes, what did government ministers know?...

In a laboratory in Watford, engineers watched aghast as cladding on a three-storey model wall erupted into a 900C fireball within four minutes. They scramble...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Outward Bound helped me blaze a trail from a council estate to Cambridge...

As a teenager growing up on a south London council estate, Josh Adeyemi was bright but cheeky, full of energy and looking for a way to focus his brain. One day,...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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The week in pictures: Sunday December 5, 2021...

HANNAH BEIER/REUTERSNaughty or nice? Santa gets a mixed reaction from two-year-olds at the Willow Grove Park mall in PennsylvaniaMichael Reichel/DPA/APA picture...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Succession: the real business battles that inspired the Roy family story...

Perhaps the most delicately excruciating scene in this third series of Succession comes when the ageing media mogul Logan Roy and his estranged son Kendall fly...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Rugby drunks need reserved seating — at home...

TIMES PHOTOGRAPHER MARC ASPLANDIs it time for a ban on booze at rugby matches? Thank you, Liz Edwards, for speaking out about rugby fans' drunken behaviour ("Ne...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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No poems or hymns, just banal nationalism...

Now that the SNP is, yet again, pretending to be serious about independence, one thing remains a constant...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Sniffer dogs could prowl corridors of power amid claims drug abuse is rife...

Sniffer dogs could be deployed across the parliamentary estate under plans for a drugs crackdown by the Commons authorities. The Speaker has promised to call i...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Top tips, tricks and hacks from tidying TikTok...

Is the space under your sink in chaos? Can't find a tin of beans in your kitchen cupboard? No clue what's lurking at the bottom of your wardrobe? When a deluge...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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John Bruton fails to dazzle villagers with solar farm...

The former taoiseach John Bruton is facing objections from some neighbours to plans for a 227-acre solar farm, which would be among the largest in the country,...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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GAA central council: Any chance of a woman being given a seat?...

One night in 1986 Noreen Doherty travelled from Ballybofey to Glenties to her first Donegal county board meeting. Doherty had been the Sean MacCumhaills club se...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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These business people of the year rode out a wave of challenges...

If 2020 was the year that rocked the world on its axis, 2021 was the year of the "new normal" — or, at least, striving to find it. For most UK businesses, that...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Jeane Freeman joins calls for assisted dying law...

Campaigners for legislation to allow assisted dying in Scotland have won the backing of Jeane Freeman...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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The best Christmas cocktail recipes from Claridge's...

When you serve 53,714 cocktails a year (and 35,425 glasses of champagne), there's not a lot you don't know about making drinks. So who better than the mixologis...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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#Mynameis calls out the mispronouncers...

Britain has long been the home of improbable pronunciation, notably of names such as Cholmondeley, Featherstonehaugh and Beauchamp (pronounced Chumley, Fanshaw...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Ospreys work hard for narrow victory...

Ospreys produced a gritty display to down Ulster and return to winning ways following a disappointing defeat away to Connacht last Friday. It meant that Dan Mc...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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World has stockpiled 'more Covid vaccines than it can use'...

The world has stockpiled more Covid jabs than it can use, according to the globe's largest vaccine manufacturer....

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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The big red-list holiday swap...

The doors have slammed shut on South Africa once again: it, along with neighbours Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe, is back on the UK's red list thanks to the omi...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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Why Scottish sporting stars like Katherine Grainger lose out in the fame game...

For some athletes success in sport can open the door to celebrity status. But if you are Scottish this is much less likely unless you are a flawed hero...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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A closed shop...

Fiona Smyth isn't sure if she will open a bricks-and-mortar store again in Dublin's city centre. After 28 years of trading on Castle Market, last March she had...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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James Graham's Best of Enemies: why 'the nicest man in theatre' is taking on the culture wars...

James Graham is anguished. His latest play, Best of Enemies, takes its audience back to 1968, recreating a series of debates between two of America's most opini...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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If voters start grumbling it's time to play the old party favourites: crime and immigration...

Running a government is — bear with me on this — like DJing at a wedding. When the punters start grumbling under their breath and popping out for a cigarette...

 2021-12-05 00:01 

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St Johnstone v Ross County called off due to safety concerns...

The last thing Ross County's intrepid band of followers needed to be informed of at 2.05pm was that their team's match against St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park wo...

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