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The Times of London 5h
The Church of England is too “bouncy” for people who want to attend services quietly but are “pounced on” and asked to join in, a senior bishop has said
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The Times of London 5h
In depth: America is in for a bumpy ride as Trump’s trade war with China begins
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Britain has been warned to expect power cuts, flying debris and travel chaos tomorrow as Storm Ali arrives from the Atlantic
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A young activist who said that she was raped at a Labour event has accused the party of dragging its feet over sexual harassment within its ranks
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The Times of London 6h
Tomorrow's front page: Dementia threat soars in areas hit by pollution
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The Times of London 6h
Japan has dispatched a submarine to the South China Sea for naval drills, the first such deployment by Tokyo and a signal of its concern over Beijing’s claims in the disputed waters
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India’s wealthiest and most prominent guru has withdrawn his support for the ruling party and warned that rocketing petrol prices could cost Narendra Modi next year’s general election
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The government’s idealistic portrayal of the future of Britain’s post-Brexit countryside has backfired after Farmers Weekly reported that the two-and-a-half minute video used images of farms on mainland Europe
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A public auction of ministerial cars by Pakistan’s new prime minister as part of an austerity drive generated a tenth of the amount expected
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The Times of London 7h
“For the BBC to do the most for Britain, and the most good for the British public, Britain needs to support the BBC”
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The Times of London 7h
The widow of a reservist who died after overheating on an SAS selection exercise has criticised the army over its “unacceptable” failure to introduce guidance on temperature-related illness for endurance marches
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Britain is has been warned to expect power cuts, flying debris and travel chaos tomorrow as Storm Ali arrives from the Atlantic
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The Times of London 8h
The existing system of free movement with the European Union “has had neither the large negative effects claimed by some nor the clear benefits claimed by others”, according to the Migration Advisory Committee
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In depth: Why are Russia and Turkey so interested in Bosnia?
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The Times of London 8h
He was released from prison in October last year, having served 26 years of a life sentence, after suffering a stroke that left him unable to speak
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Constant “unconsiderate” sex with a partner can be worse than rape by a stranger, feminist writer Germaine Greer has suggested
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The Times of London 9h
For those prone to disgracing themselves in front of strangers, there is good news: poor first impressions are quickly forgotten
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Zoe Ball could pip favourite Sara Cox to the Radio 2 breakfast show amid reports that she is in “advanced negotiations” about the job
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An abattoir where cattle were allegedly tormented before being slaughtered is under criminal investigation after being recorded by an animal welfare group using secret cameras
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The British diver who masterminded the Thai cave rescue is suing Elon Musk over comments alleging that he is a paedophile
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