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 2020-01-18 00:01 

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High ground of going vegan comes with a high price tag...

Like 130,000 or so other Britons this year, Brian Buller, 37, has gone vegan this January. His motivation to sign up for the so-called Veganuary was the supposed health benefit of a meat and......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Autonomy fraud trial to cost 40m in lawyers' fees...

Lawyers working on Britain's biggest fraud trial stand to earn about 40 million in fees. Hewlett Packard's $5 billion damages claim against Mike Lynch, the founder of Autonomy, the former FTSE 100......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Euthanasia woman's decision well-considered, Belgian doctors tell court in Ghent...

Three doctors on trial for murdering a 38-year-old-woman believed she had made a "well-considered" judgment to end her life despite having a borderline personality disorder and autism, a court heard....

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Boeing investors fear for future of 737 Max...

Investors in Boeing are increasingly worried that the 737 Max will never fly again, Wall Street analysts have said. Repeated delays to the jet's return to service could leave Boeing with a bill of......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Constituents must reveal their loyalties when contacting MSP...

An SNP MSP who said he would refuse to speak up for constituents who oppose Scottish independence is asking voters for their political beliefs when they contact his website. Four questions are put......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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French goods given a presidential seal...

An artificial heart, a picnic table and a jar of pickled gherkins will be displayed at the lyse Palace today as part of President Macron's attempts to bolster economic patriotism. The objects......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Add your debt to your Netflix, gym and veg box subscriptions...

A subscription company marketing itself as the "loan facility for smart people" comes with an annual interest rate more expensive than any mainstream credit card. Creditspring has lent 3 million......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Should you get bullying and extortion insurance?...

Your child is bullied by a classmate online, or a fraudster hacks into your computer and threatens to release embarrassing emails unless you pay a ransom. Both are distressing events, but not......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Ayatollah's hardline message to Iran deepens rift with Rouhani...

Iran's Supreme Leader warned his long-suffering people to prepare for more isolation from the western world as he led Friday prayers in person yesterday for the first time in eight years. Ayatollah......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Ollie Pope proves he is here to stay after Ben Stokes masterclass...

The second day could not have gone better for England, nor could it have gone much worse for South Africa. With a punishing hundred from Ben Stokes and a delightful maiden hundred for Ollie Pope......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Bands pipe up with gripes about HQ...

Their unmistakable skirl has long struck fear into the hearts of Britain's enemies. Scottish pipe bands, after all, were both forged and blooded on the battlefields of empire. But now the tradition......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Low-key Rangers do enough to ease their way through...

A rusty, below-strength Rangers eventually eased through against the League One's bottom side but the expected annihilation never looked likely against Stranraer who will head south delighted with......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Paedophiles in football 'co-operated as a network'...

An investigation has been opened into claims that some of the country's most notorious predators worked together in a paedophile network that preyed on young footballers. A review commissioned by......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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'Wild West' of cosmetic industry to be tamed...

Cosmetic treatments such as fillers and Botox will be regulated in Scotland, the first move of its kind by a UK government, after experts called the industry a "Wild West" with reports of botched......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Mo Farah sample retesting kept on ice...

UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) has said that access to Mo Farah's samples will be granted to other testing agencies only if they have evidence that justifies the risk of potential degradation of the blood......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Allan Preston: I thought, what happens to titanium hips at minus 30?...

If Allan Preston needs the toilet he has to go outside, unzip and count to 30. If nothing's emerged by then he has to get himself back together and come inside to wait until he really needs to try......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Skin Deep...

'Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself," Coco Chanel said. The trouble is, for many girls in 2020 it seems to end when your friends mock you on social media. The pressure to change......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Raging storm brings out the crows' playful spirit...

A rasping call echoed over the windy treetops making us pause to look up. Against the cloud three black shapes flew above our heads. They circled and dipped as if they were playing with the......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Hilary Glidewell, 97: Warm and colourful champion of social justice...

Hilary Glidewell stood at both the general elections in 1974, when the country was going through an economic crisis and the Conservative and Labour parties were in disarray. Wearing the orange......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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No chance of super-power emerging now, says Jrgen Klopp...

Jrgen Klopp believes it will be impossible for Liverpool to repeat the club's dominance of the late 1970s and 80s, or match Manchester United's purple patch under Sir Alex Ferguson. The Liverpool......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Luxury travel operators hail a Boris boom after Tory election win...

Luxury tour operators have recorded a "huge surge" in holiday bookings since the landslide Conservative general election win last month. Wealthy travellers are splashing cash on lavish trips in......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Andrew Moffat, deputy head teacher in Birmingham LGBT row, moved to new role...

A deputy head teacher whose lessons promoting LGBT equality led to a backlash from Muslim parents has been moved to a new role giving him less time in the classroom. Andrew Moffat, deputy head......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Defi Du Seuil can beat Un De Sceaux again...

Defi Du Seuil can enhance his Cheltenham Festival prospects with victory in the Matchbook Clarence House Chase (3.35) at Ascot today. Philip Hobbs's charge was one of last season's novices but he......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Gay rugby clubs tackle discrimination...

Gay rugby has become one of Britain's fastest-growing grassroots sports amid a surge of interest from players who missed out on team sports during their school days. Five gay rugby clubs were......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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A Good Man by Ani Katz review — why do middle-class baddies always like opera?...

The narrator of Ani Katz's debut novel is, he says, a good man. Or at least he was. Or tried to be. A decent, middle-class boy from New York, Thomas Martin used his college education to get a top......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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A user's guide to the Donald Trump impeachment trial...

What is the case against President Trump?He is accused of committing "high crimes and misdemeanours", the constitutional definition of impeachment, summed up in two articles, or charges: abuse of......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Impeachment: Trump recruits OJ Simpson's defence lawyer Alan Dershowitz...

President Trump has turbocharged his impeachment defence team with high profile lawyers including Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr ahead of his trial in the Senate next week. Mr Dershowitz is......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Storm chaser buys Mad Max style vehicle to follow twisters...

Faced with a powerful tornado capable of shredding homes, ripping up trees and mangling vehicles into scrap metal, most people would flee. As an elite storm chaser with a fascination for the power......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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A good walk: Blackdown and Dolebury Warren, Somerset...

A perfect Somerset winter's day. Sunlight gilded the roofs of the quiet village of Rowberrow, once a mining hub where men dug calamine for making brass. Martha More, visiting in 1790, judged the......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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How to lose weight and live longer, by Britain's top diabetes expert...

Could you still fit into the trousers you wore when you were 20? At 67, Professor Roy Taylor certainly can (he may even require a belt). "My old pair are canary-yellow corduroy flares that somehow......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Laurie Harwood, 79: Elegant art historian who spotlighted a Dutch Golden Age artist...

In 1991 Reflections on Italy: Adam Pynacker, an exhibition on the works of a Dutch Golden Age artist, was shown at the Richard L Feigen Gallery in St James's, central London. The art critic Brian......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Terry Smith accuses Neil Woodford of damaging funds industry...

A leading fund manager has attacked Neil Woodford and his chief investment promoter for the reputational damage that they have caused to the wealth management industry. In his annual letter to......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Beta male: postcard from Copenhagen...

Scotland one week, Denmark the next. I've turned into travellin' man, footloose and fancy-free, blowin' in the wind, followin' the open road, and all that kind of caper. Mind you, after Copenhagen......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Add winter colour to your garden with a conifer...

Conifers seem to have such a bad name, from the monster leylandii, so grand in size it's often the cause of disputes among neighbours, to the boring, ancient dwarf conifers, sitting round and smug......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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West Suffolk Hospital faces inquiry after 'witch-hunt' for whistleblower...

The health secretary has promised an independent review into the treatment of whistleblowers at a hospital where bosses were accused of carrying out a "witch-hunt" against their own doctors. Staff......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Skies clear but high pressure forces cold snap...

Good news — the wet and windy weather has cleared off and sunshine is breaking out over much of the UK. There is a drawback, however, because it has also turned colder, especially at night, with......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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The Times view on the battle to replace Jeremy Corbyn: Labour's Succession...

It might be expected that a party which has just turned in its worst electoral performance since 1935 would pause for reflection before ploughing on in the same direction. It might be thought......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Times letters: Merging the machinery of aid and diplomacy...

Sir, In your leading article ("Global Britain", Jan 16) you argue for the amalgamation of the Department for International Development (Dfid) and the Foreign Office. I think you are wrong. For......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Twit to woo: slogans that can spell success or failure...

In political campaigns the three-word inspirational treatise — or twit — is the holy grail. Crucial in the Twitter age, if you can boil your message down to a memorable pithy phrase, votes will......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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The Times view on how banks treat savers: Rates of Failure...

Businesses exist to make profits. If they do so by exploiting a market anomaly in which they have the upper hand over consumers, they will tarnish the reputation of capitalism. We report today that......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Eoghan Murphy wants to stay on as housing minister...

Eoghan Murphy has said that he would like to remain as housing minister if Fine Gael is re-elected. Speaking yesterday as Fine Gael pledged to deliver 60,000 social homes over its term if......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Democrat nomination: 'Mini Mike' Bloomberg is on vanity project, says Trump...

Michael Bloomberg earned the ultimate accolade yesterday in his campaign to win the Democratic nomination: a personal insult directed at him by President Trump. He dismissed his potential rival in......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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This week I'm roadtesting... culottes...

Culottes. Not the easiest of propositions. I can't be the only person for whom they evoke problematically attired Seventies infant-school teachers. First off, it's not a flattering length for most......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Chlorinated chicken: 'Broiler belt' sheds where 20,000 birds struggle for space...

In tens of thousands of giant sheds on farms strung across the "broiler belt" in the southern United States hundreds of millions of chickens deemed unsafe for British consumption are being prepared......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Entrepreneurs' tax relief 'only makes the rich richer'...

Boris Johnson has signalled that a tax break for entrepreneurs is likely to be scrapped in the budget because it is merely making already "staggeringly rich" people even wealthier. The prime......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Rail franchise row moves to High Court...

Four of Europe's leading train companies will be in the High Court on Monday to accuse the government of acting unlawfully in the tender process to run HS2 and other rail franchises. Sir Richard......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Jackson Carlaw tax plan 'to wipe 270m from budget'...

Tax plans outlined by Jackson Carlaw, the Scottish Conservative leadership candidate, would take 270 million from the Scottish budget, according to new analysis. Mr Carlaw, the interim leader of......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Defamation law change for internet era...

Defamation law in Scotland needs to be updated to bring it into the 21st century, MSPs have said. Holyrood's justice committee is considering legislation to balance freedom of expression while......

 2020-01-18 00:01 

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Boy B to appeal against conviction for Ana Krigel murder...

One of the teenage boys found guilty of murdering the schoolgirl Ana Krigel will seek to have his conviction overturned on April 24. The 15-year-old, referred to in court as Boy B, was unanimously......

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