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 2021-07-26 17:00 

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Man tried to save wife, son and best friend in Loch Lomond drowning tragedy...

A man has spoken of how he tried in vain to save his wife, young son and his best friend after six people died in the space of 48 hours on waterways in Scotland.Rescue teams have described the...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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New Zealand to repatriate Isis mother after Australia strips her citizenship...

New Zealand is to repatriate a mother of two children who joined Islamic State in Syria after Australia blocked her return by stripping her citizenship.The case triggered a heated trans-Tasman row in...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Turkish Cypriots fear the heavy hand of Erdogan...

Under a punishing sun and the equally searing glare of international condemnation, President Erdogan took the salute as the Turkish army paraded through northern Cyprus last week.Hundreds of commandos...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Cummings is right: we deserve better leaders...

Last year I suggested that our polity must be under some stress, if control of its agenda and appointments was being disputed between Dominic Cummings and Carrie Symonds, as she then was. Cummings...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Tom Daley has always been a national treasure now he's got the gold medal to go with it...

He has been adored and pilloried, loved but misunderstood, over-hyped yet under-appreciated. Tom Daley has been a national treasure before but has become one once again just as we assumed the diver to...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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The fall in Covid cases is great news (but a bit baffling)...

The fall in daily Covid cases is welcome. It is also a puzzle. "It's quite surprising that it has dropped quite so quickly, in such a spiky fashion," says Professor Sir Mark Walport, a former chief...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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All-powerful markets are blunting the Bank's ability to fight the crisis...

Central banks have a structural handicap. Unlike fiscal policy, where governments inject money directly into businesses and households by turning on the spending taps or cutting taxes, monetary policy...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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It felt like an endurance event but Manic Monday was worth staying up for...

I like my sleep, but I also like live sport. Not for me, recording the action, avoiding the result and then gasping in delight or dismay, knowing that millions have already gasped and moved on with...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Covid-19 cases fall again as pandemic starts retreat...

The number of reported coronavirus cases has fallen for a sixth day in a row, with one model showing that the pandemic is now shrinking.Data released this afternoon shows that 24,950 positive cases...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Music at Paxton review — Baroque beauty celebrates bridging the gap between cultures...

I'm pretty sure this is the first time I've attended a concert that celebrates a bridge. Hidden away down what is now a quiet country lane, and long superseded by the great border bridges to the...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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The best undereye concealers to buy now...

What a rollercoaster of a year it has been so far. So many mammoth announcements have come our way: "The vaccines have arrived. Life can finally return to normal ..." "England has made the final...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Audit office should investigate bank-switch incentive for SMEs...

Lovely stuff, free money. But even this commodity can be remarkably hard to hand out on occasions. Just ask that strange quango, Banking Competition Remedies (BCR), which has been struggling to find...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Candice Brown's raspberry and elderflower fondant fancies recipe...

There's nothing that marks the arrival of summer like red, ripe juicy fruit. Planning the menu at my pub is always so enjoyable when there are strawberries, plums, cherries and raspberries to play...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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China angered by 'ugly' photo of Olympic gold weightlifter Hou Zhihui...

Chinese diplomats have accused the Reuters news agency of bias for distributing an "ugly" image of the country's gold medal winner at women's weightlifting.The complaint was about a photo of Hou...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Tom Daley interview: 'I've eaten some fun food in Tokyo — including a rainbow burger and Hello Kitty katsu curry'...

When I was growing up in Plymouth we used to go camping in Newquay at weekends. My parents' friends came with their kids and we would all meet up and go surfing. Over the summer we'd attach a trailer...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk finally set for return from knee injury...

Virgil van Dijk is poised to make his long-awaited comeback from a knee injury when Liverpool face Hertha Berlin on Thursday.The Holland international has not played since suffering a cruciate...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Compulsory Covid passports are a step too far...

Emmanuel Macron doesn't mess around. "I no longer have any intention of sacrificing my life, my time, my freedom and the adolescence of my daughters, as well as their right to study properly, for...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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John Cornell obituary...

John Cornell broke the first rule of film-making with Crocodile Dundee, an action comedy about an encounter between a hotshot New York reporter (Linda Kozlowski) and Paul Hogan's weathered Australian...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Start Jamie George, drop Stuart Hogg and keep Ali Price Warren Gatland's key British & Irish Lion selection decisions for second Test...

Warren Gatland and his coaches assemble this evening to pick their side for the second British & Irish Lions Test against the Springboks, on Saturday. They will announce their conclusions at 11...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Campaign Against Antisemitism accuses Twitter of ignoring abuse...

Twitter told a charity fighting antisemitism that hundreds of tweets including ones declaring "Hitler was right" and "Jews control the world" did not breach its guidelines.The Campaign Against...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Malawi's leader blames it on the broadband as he flies entourage to Britain for video summit...

President Chakwera of Malawi has flown 7,000 miles with a ten-strong entourage to attend a video conference being chaired from London, claiming that his country's erratic internet makes it impossible...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Devi Sridhar: Failing to vaccinate children 'raises risk of deadly Covid mutations'...

British politicians defying international guidance to vaccinate children risk turning them into a breeding ground for coronavirus mutations that can make them seriously ill and kill those around them...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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SNP can only blame itself for drugs deaths shame...

Later this week, the Scottish government is expected to publish figures confirming that more people died from drugs in Scotland in 2020 than in 2019, when more people died from overdoses and other...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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HBOS scam: Foskett Panel takes swipe at former Lloyds boss Antnio Horta-Osrio...

The former chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group has been accused by an independent review of creating unrealistic expectations among victims of a banking fraud.The Foskett Panel, which is leading a...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Stop Twitter complaints, British and Irish Lions urge Rassie Erasmus...

The British & Irish Lions have urged Rassie Erasmus to halt his trial by Twitter amid suspicions that South Africa's director of rugby is running a burner account to put pressure on the officials...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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How to lower your cholesterol — by 20 per cent or more...

New research linking high cholesterol levels in middle age to dementia brought this old medical adage to mind: what's good for the heart is good for the brain. High cholesterol levels have long been...

 2021-07-26 16:00 

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Max Whitlock proud of young GB artistic gymnastics team despite finishing one place off podium...

Max Whitlock said he was proud of his young team-mates after they missed out on a medal in the men's artistic gymnastics team final, finishing in fourth place.The gold medal was taken by the gymnasts...

 2021-07-26 15:00 

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Team GB recover to get women's hockey gold medal defence back on track...

Team GB's women put the disappointment of an opening day defeat to Germany behind them by recording an ultimately convincing win over South Africa which reignited their Olympic gold medal defence.Mark...

 2021-07-26 13:50 

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Woman in Charlie Hebdo T-shirt stabbed at Speakers' Corner...

A woman wearing a Charlie Hebdo T-shirt was stabbed at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park by a man who fled the scene.The 39-year-old victim, believed to be an evangelist Christian, suffered a stab wound...

 2021-07-26 13:45 

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Lauren Williams's long journey from family caravan to Olympic final ends in silver...

Lauren Williams left home at 14 to live in a caravan and pursue an Olympic ambition. At times she thought the wheels were coming off, but she was ten seconds from a gold medal today. The thrill of...

 2021-07-26 11:45 

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Floods force two hospitals to cancel operations amid worst London rain in decades...

Two London hospitals were flooded while a train station and roads were left underwater after some of the worst downpours the capital has seen in decades.Whipps Cross Hospital in east London halted...

 2021-07-26 11:20 

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British state could buy stake in Sizewell nuclear plant to keep China out...

Ministers are considering buying a multibillion-pound equity stake in the Sizewell C nuclear power plant in Suffolk amid concerns about the involvement of China's state-owned nuclear energy company....

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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What I learnt... about timing...

William Reeve, 48, is a serial entrepreneur and investor. Having co-founded Lovefilm, which was sold to Amazon for a reported 200 million in 2011, he has since backed and advised companies including...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Venturing abroad did us the world of good...

Right from the start, my co-founder Charles Rolls and I were determined that Fever Tree had to be an international business. It was 2004 and premium spirits were starting to take off all over the...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Venture capitalists provide 6.5bn boost...

Fifty companies each raised more than 50 million in venture capital in the first six months of the year, more than three times the number of businesses before the pandemic.In total 6.5 billion was...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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London A&E closures show need for better infrastructure flood defences...

The appeal by two hospital emergency departments for patients to go elsewhere for treatment shows how Britain's key infrastructure needs to be better defended against the growing likelihood of extreme...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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US hints at more strikes on Taliban after troops leave...

The United States has stepped up its campaign of airstrikes against the Taliban and its commander for Afghanistan has not ruled out more attacks after the last American troops leave next month.General...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Manchester United close on 45 million deal for Raphal Varane...

Manchester United have moved closer to a deal to sign Raphal Varane for 45 million after positive discussions with Real Madrid.The France centre back returned to training and had medical tests at...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Taste of gold chips away at Japanese public's resistance to Tokyo Olympics...

A run of early medals and a widely watched opening ceremony have taken the edge off Japanese opposition to the Tokyo Olympics, although the shift in mood has not so far reversed plunging support for...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Alex Yee wins silver in the men's triathlon...

A silver medal was the best Alex Yee could manage on this occasion but the man who finished in the same position in the Olympic triathlon five years ago - and three places behind him yesterday -...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Tokyo Olympics: Mona McSharry is first Irish swimming finalist in 25 years...

Mona McSharry has become the first Irish swimmer to reach an Olympic final since Michelle de Bruin in Atlanta, 25 years ago. The 20-year-old from Sligo finished fourth in her 100m breaststroke...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Under-18s to be exempt from plan to only allow double-jabbed fans at events...

Under-18s and those who cannot have Covid vaccinations for medical or religious reasons would be exempt from a government plan to allow only double-jabbed fans into large sports events from the autumn...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Drop in Covid cases buoys sterling...

European equities started the new week on the back foot, having ended the week higher after an unlikely rally following's last Monday's sell-off.The FTSE 100, London's blue-chip index, dropped 20.78...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Unjabbed students face ban as 'raging' Boris Johnson targets vaccine refuseniks...

University students will have to be fully vaccinated to attend lectures or stay in halls of residence under plans being pushed by Boris Johnson.The prime minister is said to have been "raging" about...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Ryanair falls to 273m loss but sets sights on passenger rebound...

Ryanair has flown 60 per cent of its normal passenger numbers this month and will increase that to 67 per cent during the August peak summer holiday season as it tries to scrape back losses of 233...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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British ethnic minorities have longer life expectancy than white people...

Britons from ethnic minorities live longer than white people and are less likely to die from cancer, data published by the Office of National Statistics has suggested.White and mixed-race Britons had...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Son of antivaxer urges prosecution over speech at rally...

The son of an antivaxer who was struck off as a nurse for spreading misinformation about Covid-19 has said that she should be prosecuted, describing her as "very dangerous".In footage posted on...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Flying Dutchman review— Bayreuth is back with Wagner that plays by Covid rules...

When Richard Wagner was designing his theatre at Bayreuth he talked about the "invisible orchestra" that he had created by hiding the players under a hood. This summer it looked for a long while...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Bitcoin soars as Amazon's job ad hints at cryptocurrency move...

Bitcoin has surged in value amid speculation that Amazon will start accepting the cryptocurrency, helping it to partially recover from its recent sell-off.The cryptocurrency leapt by almost 20 per...

 2021-07-26 11:00 

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Foreign journalists harassed over Chinese flood coverage...

A German and an American reporter were jostled and harassed by an angry mob in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou while reporting on the aftermath of deadly floods that killed 69 people.Mathias Boelinger...

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