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"10.12.2016 20:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Failure in care leads to suicide among hundreds of released prisoners A report was commissioned after the watchdog was told of gaps in knowledge between agencies about deaths after release from prison or police cells. Four hundred people have killed themselves shortly after release since 2009 in England and Wales, an investigation by the the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) found
"10.12.2016 19:00:07" www.thetimes.co.uk Islamic State re-enters the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra The group re-entered the borders today after launching an offensive earlier this week, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. “IS entered Palmyra on Saturday and now occupies its northwest,” says a British-based monitoring group.
"10.12.2016 18:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Dazzling and fearless' AA Gill dies at 62 “He was the heart and soul of the paper. His wit was incomparable, his writing was dazzling and fearless, his intelligence was matched by compassion. Adrian was a giant among journalists. He was also our friend. We will miss him.” The Sunday Times writer AA Gill, one of the most gifted journalists of his generation, has died.
"10.12.2016 18:09:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Demonstrators disrupt Jeremy Corbyn's speech demanding an end to Syrian war Demonstrators led by the human rights activist Peter Tatchell disrupted a speech by Jeremy Corbyn to demand that the Labour leader do more to end the Syrian civil war. Mr Corbyn was forced to halt... Protesters walked on stage carrying banners that read “Step up and demand action in Syria” and “End the suffering in Aleppo”
"10.12.2016 17:40:19" thetimes.co.uk AA Gill: an announcement from the editor of The Sunday Times Dear Readers, It is with profound sadness that I must tell you that our much-loved colleague Adrian Gill died this morning. Adrian was stoical about his illness, but the suddenness of his death has... In November, the restaurant critic revealed he had 'an embarrassment of cancer, the full English'
"10.12.2016 17:05:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Travelling with a disability 'I'm on a train to London. By myself. Suddenly, I feel vulnerable. What on earth was I thinking?' "The art of travelling as a severely disabled person is never to compare it with the speed and lightness with which you used to do it" says Melanie Reid
"10.12.2016 16:21:02" www.thetimes.co.uk AA Gill: an announcement from the editor of The Sunday Times Dear Readers, It is with profound sadness that I must tell you that our much-loved colleague Adrian Gill died this morning. Adrian was stoical about his illness, but the suddenness of his death has... AA Gill: a message from the editor
"10.12.2016 16:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Meet the world's most extreme foodies as Hugo Rifkind joins them for dinner I am not a foodie. Let's get that out of the way. Yes, I like eating. I also like breathing, and while I find a good meal more fun than even a really high-quality bit of oxygen, I'd still rank it... They consume 5,000 calories every day, eat 13-course lunches – and instagram every meal.
"10.12.2016 14:55:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Italy's hippest ski resort - where you can eat like a king for £10 I am up a mountain in the Italian Dolomites and the views across the peaks are spectacular. So is the pheasant lasagne, although I think I like the tagliolini with venison and truffles even better... And where Peter Sellers and Claudia Cardinale filmed the original Pink Panther movie in 1963
"10.12.2016 11:13:38" Turns out you've been funding luxury housing abroad Turns out you've been funding luxury housing abroad
"10.12.2016 11:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk How to stay calm this Christmas: the cook's guide to a stress-free meal Christmas day starter Mary Berry: Prawn and smoked salmon pâté You can make this dish the day before. It also freezes well for up to a month if you really want to get ahead. Serve toast or bread... Handy tips from top chefs
"10.12.2016 08:09:08" www.thetimes.co.uk Gael García Bernal, the star of a hot TV drama about a rock-star conductor, explains who inspired his character I am not supposed to like Mozart in the Jungle. The comedy-drama series that launched in 2014 to a ripple of excitement from classical music fans (we are wary of fanfares) soon moved many of my... "It's not about world events. It's not about murders, it's not about politics. And there are no zombies or anything! It's about classical music. It's about passion and stupidity and creativity.” Mozart in the Jungle
"10.12.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk There is no rift with Charles, tweets Andrew The Duke of York has taken the unusual step of issuing a personal statement denying any rift with the Prince of Wales. He posted the message via his own Twitter account last night, saying there was... The Duke of York took to Twitter to release an official statement dismissing rumours about his daughters. http://thetim.es/2gmAxSz
"10.12.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Britons will be offered chance to keep their EU citizenship Plans to allow British nationals to retain their EU citizenship after Brexit are to form part of the European parliament's negotiating position. The "associate citizenship" status, plans for which... Is it fair that we may be able to opt in to EU citizenship after Brexit? http://thetim.es/2gmG4s2
"10.12.2016 03:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The great credit card con Pressure was mounting on retailers and councils last night to end rip-off credit card fees costing hundreds of millions of pounds a year. Charges of up to 12 per cent are being added to purchases... Airlines, local authorities and universities could all be breaking the law by levying extra fees http://thetim.es/2gmzyll
"10.12.2016 01:14:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Tangle Teezer's brush with success in China Sponsored: Entrepreneur Shaun Pulfrey on his company's export triumph A Chinese model blogged about the hairbrush and created an overnight success...
"09.12.2016 23:04:05" www.thetimes.co.uk The 18-year-old Yemen girl from our front page is making slow but steady progress Too weak to speak or eat, her emaciated body shocked the world and shone a light on the human cost of Yemen's civil war. Her father, Ahmed, said that Saida had gained five kilograms since her admission, but added: “We don't know when she'll recover.”
"09.12.2016 22:36:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 80% of women and 75% of men over 50 have dangerously large waists Nearly half of men and a third of women aged 50 to 70 are overweight in terms of body mass index (BMI) A large waist can indicate extra fat around the organs, which can lead to type 2 diabetes and other health problems.
"09.12.2016 21:28:59" www.thetimes.co.uk Fleabag at the Soho Theatre: ★★★★☆ Intimate tales of life, love and biting wit in one-woman play that seems like a tête-à-tête with a best friend Have you managed to get tickets?
"09.12.2016 20:10:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Two brothers who kicked a hedgehog to death have been jailed for six weeks Christopher Hoar, 31, and his brother Adam, 23, were filmed repeatedly kicking the animal as if it were a football The pair admitted inflicting unnecessary suffering to a wild animal at a hearing in Peterlee magistrates' court.
"09.12.2016 19:06:03" www.thetimes.co.uk A mother fought off the family dog as it mauled her baby to death Miss Rogers, 24, was commended for her bravery after details of the attack were heard at Essex coroner's court in Chelmsford. “It went straight for Daniel's head, started biting and shaking his head while she had Archie in her arms. She tried to pull the dog off Daniel. It dropped Daniel and pulled Archie out of her arms. Jade said she knew instantly that Archie was dead. She
"09.12.2016 18:00:22" www.thetimes.co.uk There's now an entire village built out of cake With the help of other villagers, a retired florist spent more six months creating a detailed model of the village What a fruitcake...
"09.12.2016 16:06:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Marine Le Pen has pledged to refuse schooling to illegal immigrants Her remarks referred only to children of foreigners with no residence rights in France, she said. “I have nothing against foreigners but I say to them: if you come to our country, don't expect that you will be taken care of, given medical treatment and that your children will be educated free. That's finished now, it's the end of playtime,” Ms Le Pen
"09.12.2016 12:57:56" www.thetimes.co.uk The Beijing-backed leader of Hong Kong is to stand down after a term marked by political divisions The Beijing-backed leader of Hong Kong is to stand down after a term marked by political divisions and pro-democracy protests. Leung Chun-ying's surprise announcement that he will not seek a second... Leung Chun-ying's surprise announcement that he will not seek a second term sparked speculation that the central government had instructed him not to run again for the role
"09.12.2016 11:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The Turner prize is not really an award for artistic excellence open to all comers So how do you win the Turner prize then? What are the rules? Offered over the last 32 years to outstanding British contemporary artists, one might have thought it would have gone to Lucian Freud or... By rejecting art that represents man or nature, our cultural commissars have created nothing more than a smug clique, writes Michael Gove
"09.12.2016 09:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk This town wasn't happy with its Christmas display, so launched a petition In the town that Christmas forgot, a small tree stands dotted with consolatory baubles and surrounded by metal barriers. Tyldesley, in Greater Manchester, has had enough. After council cuts... "We now feel a laughing stock as we are left with half-working cluster lights on a couple of lampposts"
"09.12.2016 07:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Mick Jagger's new son is younger than his great grandaughter Sir Mick Jagger's family tree became even more tangled yesterday as he celebrated the birth of his eighth child. The Rolling Stones singer, who is still performing at the age of 73, was said to be... Sorry, what?
"09.12.2016 05:06:03" www.thetimes.co.uk McDonald's is moving its headquarters to Britain McDonald's is to move its international headquarters from Luxembourg to Britain in a boost to the country's status as a centre for trading after Brexit. The American fast-food chain will use its... Philip Hammond will be lovin' it.
"09.12.2016 03:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Cameron spotted at basketball game with George W Bush Sightings of David Cameron have been rare since the Brexit vote brought about his sudden departure from Downing Street. Now, after months avoiding the public gaze, the former prime minister has... So THAT'S where he is...
"09.12.2016 00:14:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The countries desperate to trade with the UK Sponsored: From China to South America - what does the rest of the world offer UK exporters? British goods and services are more attractive than ever – but where will they end up?
"08.12.2016 23:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The 25 most stylish gifts to give foodies What every connoisseur will want under the tree this Christmas Cheese lovers, we think you'll especially like number 2.
"08.12.2016 22:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Old Saint Nick was caught speeding in Germany (in a car, not a sleigh) The priest, who was dressed in full St Nikolaus regalia including beard, said he was late for a school appearance. Someone's going on the naughty list.
"08.12.2016 20:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Why hire someone when you can follow a step-by-step video guide? Every task under the sun — from how to build a rocket to how to french kiss — now has a step-by-step video guide Oh DIY YouTube videos, what would we do without you?
"08.12.2016 19:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Duterte will ban US warships from patrolling the South China Sea Since last year, the US has repeatedly flown over and sailed through the South China Sea, a busy commercial waterway through which a third of the world's oil passes. This is to avoid any provocative actions that could escalate the tensions in the South China sea, according to Mr Duterte's defence secretary.
"08.12.2016 18:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk This dad accidentally invited over a million people to his daughter's party Crescencio Ibarra posted a video invite to his daughter Rubi's 15th birthday party on Facebook, without realising that the page was on a public setting. Dads and Facebook, eh.
"08.12.2016 17:12:04" www.thetimes.co.uk An Islamic State cell in Syria is actively planning attacks against Britain MI6 warned of the attacks today. The spy chief said that the scale of the threat from terrorism is unprecedented
"08.12.2016 16:33:53" Junk food advertising aimed at children has been banned Online fast food adverts will meat their end from July 2017.
"08.12.2016 15:50:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit Britain can't allow children to fail When we can no longer fill skills gaps with migrants we'll need a world-class education system The government is not remotely recognising this problem. Instead it is slashing budgets and hoping that results will magically improve.
"08.12.2016 13:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk German court rules Muslim girls must swim with boys Muslim girls must take part in school swimming lessons alongside boys, the German constitutional court has ruled. In a case brought by an 11-year-old from a Moroccan family, judges at Germany's... Judges at Germany's highest court said that schools had a duty to promote “social behaviour” and that co-educational swimming was “not a particularly serious impairment of religious freedom”
"08.12.2016 12:45:38" www.thetimes.co.uk Shopkeeper branded 'racist' row over British-themed shop A shopkeeper has been branded "racist" and pro-Brexit for opening a store called Really British in an upmarket north London suburb. Chris Ostwalk, 54, said that he is baffled by an onslaught of... The store 'Really British' has been met with an onslaught of complaints and customer walk outs, deeming it 'racist' and 'pro-Brexit'
"08.12.2016 11:34:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A very Modern Family: ongoing embryo saga takes new twist An embryo fertilised in a test tube should be considered a person, with the same rights as anyone else, according to the law in Louisiana. This may help to explain how two female embryos in cold... Due to a Louisiana law that states an embryo fertilised in a test tube should be considered a person, Modern Family star Sofia Vergara is being sued by her embryos, who have acquired a "pro bono" lawyer
"08.12.2016 10:46:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Review: If Every Day Was Christmas by Cruz Beckham Technology will never cease to amaze. Somehow the voice of Donny Osmond, circa 1973, has been transplanted into the body of 11-year-old Cruz Beckham, schoolboy, third son to David and Victoria and... Have you heard Cruz Beckham's first single? "Somehow the voice of Donny Osmond, circa 1973, has been transplanted into the body of an 11-year-old"
"08.12.2016 10:14:48" Times Sport You have to feel for the Zorya fans - their journey by road is 562 miles long and takes 12 hours and 24 minutes. By Paul Hirst. What's the furthest you'd go for your favourite team?
"08.12.2016 09:19:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Blenheim Palace races to save Harry Potter cedar in grounds Tree surgeons are working to save a historic cedar in the grounds of Blenheim Palace that featured in a Harry Potter film but which is now in grave danger of collapsing. The cedar of Lebanon needs... Oculus Repairo! Muggles rush to save the cedar tree featured in the Harry Potter films
"08.12.2016 09:06:54" www.thetimes.co.uk Report reveals hundreds of police officers had used their power for sexual advantage Police forces have been ordered to review all complaints against officers in the past two years after a report revealed that hundreds had used their power for sexual advantage. Her Majesty's... The watchdog uncovered more than 400 allegations of police abusing their power for sexual advantage in the 24 months to March
"08.12.2016 07:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Consultants are overcharging taxpayers to cash in on Britain's foreign aid budget Consultancy companies earning billions of pounds from overseas aid will be forced to reveal their salaries and fees after an investigation by The Times exposed overcharging across the sector. Priti... One think tank charged £10,306 to write a single blog post.
"08.12.2016 06:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Doctors 'made millions from refugee organs' Doctors, nurses and university professors were among 25 people arrested as police smashed what they called Egypt's largest organ-smuggling ring. The trade has become a multimillion-dollar business... Sickening.
"08.12.2016 05:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Hackers target hospitals which still use Windows XP Patients are being put at risk because most NHS trusts are using an obsolete IT operating system that no longer receives security updates, researchers have warned. The trusts' use of the old... Researchers say using old operating systems puts patients at risk.
"08.12.2016 03:00:09" www.thetimes.co.uk Historic walls to 'pee back' when men relieve themselves First built by the Romans to fend off revolting Britons, the walls of Chester have stood the test of time. Until now, with the return of some natives who are being, well, really quite revolting. What a world we live in.
"07.12.2016 21:02:56" Vinyl vs downloads Records are a sound purchase
"07.12.2016 20:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk BBC accused of insulting new king of Thailand The leader of Thailand's junta, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, warned that the country's lèse-majesté law, which punishes criticism of the royal family with up to 15 years in prison, will be strictly enforced. BBC News offices in Bangkok have been raided as the broadcaster was accused of insulting the new King Vajiralongkorn of Thailand. Pictured: the closed doors and removed signs after the police raid
"07.12.2016 19:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Bowie and Prince to go head to head at Grammys David Bowie will be a sentimental favourite to take home at least one posthumous Grammy after his final album received four nominations for music's biggest awards ceremony. Blackstar, which was... Who would you rather posthumously win at the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs, David Bowie or Prince?
"07.12.2016 18:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 58% of pilots said their colleagues were “often tired at work” Passengers are being put at risk by shoddy airline safety regimes that allow fatigued pilots to take control of planes, according to research. In what is billed as the biggest study of its kind... Nervous flyers look away now.
"07.12.2016 17:34:37" www.thetimes.co.uk Parliament can overrule any Brexit deal Parliament will be able to veto any deal the government strikes with the European Union after Brexit, David Davis said today. The Brexit secretary told MPs, however, that ministers must have the... Parliament WILL be able to veto the #Brexit deal, says "Brexit MP" David Davis
"07.12.2016 16:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Lib Dems face police investigation The Liberal Democrats have been hit with the maximum £20,000 fine and face a police investigation for failing to properly declare all spending in their doomed 2015 general election campaign. The... The Liberal Democrats have been hit with the maximum £20,000 fine and face a police investigation for failing to properly declare all spending in their doomed 2015 general election campaign.
"07.12.2016 15:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk One in ten emergency patients has four-hour wait for bed One in ten emergency patients in England waited more than four hours for a hospital bed last year, a fivefold increase that has left more and more people on trolleys and in corridors for treatment. Eleven per cent of patients – 474,453 – waited over four hours for a bed in 2015-16, up from 97,559 five years earlier.
"07.12.2016 15:00:03" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon
"07.12.2016 14:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Bertie brings calm to the classroom with a wag of his tail Bertie, the school's labrador, instinctively places his head in Lewis's lap, encouraging the boy to emerge from his hooded top. A minute later Lewis was able to return to his classmates. “He is so special,” says Bradley, 17. “He helps keep us calm and push on with the day. He is a very clever dog.”
"07.12.2016 14:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Red cards will be introduced to cricket to eject players for violent behaviour Cricket is one of the few games that does not have an in-play deterrent, umpires being, by and large, powerless to act if cricketers behave poorly. Bat sizes may also be limited to reduce the violent hitting of sixes
"07.12.2016 13:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Prime minister of Japan says he will not apologise for attack on Pearl Harbor “The purpose of the upcoming visit is to pay respects for the war dead and not to offer an apology,” Mr Abe's chief cabinet secretary, Yoshihide Suga, said in Tokyo today. Shinzo Abe will be the first Japanese leader to pay his respects at Pearl Harbor, 75 years after the surprise attack on America.
"07.12.2016 12:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Al-Qaeda veterans are helping Isis jihadists as they disperse from Raqqa What happens after Isis are defeated in Mosul? Isis in a different form. This latest manifestation of militants has caught the attention of Kurdish and western intelligence chiefs, who expect Isis to try to reform itself as its forces are crushed in Mosul Islamic state terrorists are returning to their roots with old allies
"07.12.2016 11:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Tim Cook insists the Apple Watch is selling well Tim Cook has gone on the attack after IDC, the technology research firm, claimed that sales of the Apple watch dropped 71 per cent in the third quarter to 1.1 million. The Apple boss responded by... Researchers claimed sales were down 71 per cent
"07.12.2016 10:57:30" www.thetimes.co.uk At least 50 people have died after a strong earthquake hits Indonesia “Many of the victims were killed or injured not because of the quake itself but because of collapsing buildings,” said Sutopo Nugroho, of the national disaster management agency. “We are now focusing on searching for victims and possible survivors.” About 250 shops and houses suffered severe damage, leaving hundreds homeless and with few supplies.
"07.12.2016 10:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Melania Trump is backed by Jean Paul Gaultier after designers refuse to dress her The first lady-in-waiting was given prominent backing yesterday in the form of Jean-Paul Gaultier, the French designer best known for creating Madonna's conical corset. “She dresses very well by herself. I have nothing bad to say against her . . . it's not a question of politics. She was better dressed than Hillary..." said Jean Paul Gaultier
"07.12.2016 09:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Record number of superyachts have been commissioned Industry figures show that 52 yachts over 250ft (76m) in length have been commissioned from the world's shipyards — the most on record for a single year — with 21 of them longer than 330ft. Despite Brexit, Trump and England's football team, one sector remains buoyant: the superyacht market.
"07.12.2016 09:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The EU puts Britain under pressure with 18-month deadline to sign the deal “Time will be short. It's clear that the period of actual negotiations will be shorter than two years,” said the former French foreign minister, who is representing the other EU nations in the Brexit talks. The EU's lead negotiator, Michel Barnier, said at least six months of the formal two-year window for leaving the EU would be needed for any deal to be approved by national parliaments.
"07.12.2016 08:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Oscar, a jack russell, escaped a rabbit hole after losing a third of his weight 11-year-old Oscar has reappeared half starved, after surviving a month on rainwater, having escaped from beneath the ground after losing so much weight, that he could wriggle free. "Oscar had been stuck in a rabbit hole for four weeks until he lost so much weight that he was able to free himself" said the vet who treated Oscar after his ordeal
"07.12.2016 08:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk British benefits system funds ISIS It has emerged that hundreds of thousands of pounds in British benefits have been used to fund Islamist terrorism, as extremists had moved to Britain only to claim thousands in housing and child benefits. It has been confirmed by counterterrorism officers that taxpayers' money has paid for weapons and travel to the so-called Islamic State.
"07.12.2016 07:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Le Tissier: youth coach gave me a naked massage Matt Le Tissier has said that a former Southampton youth coach at the centre of child abuse allegations gave him naked massages that he described as "pretty disgusting". Le Tissier, the former... "What went on is not normal behaviour."
"07.12.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain's quietest train station gets 12 passengers a year Travelling by train can often descend into the survival of the fittest, with elbows flying to create a bit of breathing space or secure a valuable seat. There are no such problems at Shippea Hill... Reckon you'll get a seat?
"07.12.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump threatens to scrap Air Force One contract Donald Trump has threatened to scrap the contract to build a new Air Force One and accused Boeing of "doing a little bit of a number" by charging more than $4 billion for two presidential planes. Republicans aren't happy.
"07.12.2016 03:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Angela Merkel backs ban on burka Angela Merkel backed a ban on the face-covering veil in Germany and vowed that the huge influx of migrants last year would never be repeated as she set out her stall for re-election with an appeal... Good move?
"06.12.2016 22:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Dog survives four weeks trapped in rabbit hole A jack russell terrier that spent four weeks trapped down a rabbit hole managed to wriggle free - but only after losing more than a third of its body weight. Oscar disappeared last month during a... Oscar, the jack russell terrier, spent four weeks trapped down a rabbit hole before managing to wriggle free — but only after losing more than a third of its body weight.
"06.12.2016 21:33:00" The 101-year-old sex offender “The defendant is 101 but when he did these things he was a young and strong man”
"06.12.2016 20:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The Riddle of the Chinese tourist village invasion For once, Inspector Morse was not at the heart of the mystery, and neither was Harry Potter behind the magic. A Beijing tour operator has revealed why busloads of Chinese tourists were descending... The mystery is finally solved...
"06.12.2016 19:30:07" www.thetimes.co.uk Bowie nominated for four Grammy awards David Bowie will be a sentimental favourite to take home at least one posthumous Grammy after his final album was nominated today in four categories at the biggest awards ceremony in music. David Bowie is set to be posthumously honoured at the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs
"06.12.2016 18:30:52" Is the pub Britain's greatest export? Fancy a pint? China does!
"06.12.2016 17:17:41" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain 'has less than 18 months' to negotiate Brexit deal Britain will have less than 18 months to negotiate an EU exit deal and it will not contain the benefits of full membership, the bloc's chief negotiator has warned. Michel Barnier, the former French... Theresa May's plan to trigger Article 50 in March would mean an agreement would need to be reached by October 2018
"06.12.2016 16:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Bob Dylan's friend Patti Smith will pick up his prize When the Nobel Committee announced its decision to award Bob Dylan its prize for literature it brought a chorus of cheers and jeers from the literary establishment and an awkward silence from the... Very Nobel
"06.12.2016 15:39:35" www.thetimes.co.uk Italy in crisis: angry young jobless led revolt that toppled Renzi Italy's disenfranchised youth powered the revolt that toppled the prime minister, it emerged last night as opposition parties demanded snap elections after Matteo Renzi's referendum defeat. As Mr... “The young voters believe politics will not solve their problems and they voted to punish Renzi, rather than find any solutions”
"06.12.2016 13:45:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Social media sites will work together to identify terrorist propaganda The companies said that they would work together by pooling the most extreme deleted material into a single database that would enable posts including terror group recruitment videos to be identified and removed quickly. Facebook will join forces with Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube to slow the spread of extremist content online
"06.12.2016 13:00:58" Find your three best festive fizz to suit every palate and purse with Times wine critic Jane MacQuitty and food editor Tony Turnbull.
"06.12.2016 12:45:02" www.thetimes.co.uk England's school fail to improve their performance in international rankings Teenagers in England achieved similar scores in science, maths and English as they did three years earlier, according to results of international tests sat in more than 70 countries. Results showed that average scores in science, maths and reading for scores of teenagers in England have not changed since 2006, while other countries experienced dramatic improvements.
"06.12.2016 12:29:33" Timeline Photos Join us at 1pm to discover Jane MacQuitty and Tony Turnball's best pick of the perfect party fizz including options from cheap and cheerful cava & prosecco to superior grand marque champagnes.
If you would like to ask Jane a question, comment below and
"06.12.2016 12:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Obese jobseekers should be sent to slimming clubs says government review In the report, published yesterday, Professor Black, who served as a government adviser on health and work says: “Most working-age people who are obese are in work, though severe obesity is associated with much lower employment rates.” Overweight jobseekers will be encouraged to shed pounds as there is evidence that some employers discriminate against obese applicants
"06.12.2016 11:15:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A loitering teenager is the new suspect in Cheryl Grimmer's kidnap Mr Ainsworth said that several witnesses, who were nine, ten and 12 when Cheryl disappeared, returned to the scene and that all had mentioned the teenager. “He was just seen loitering here and he was seen there in the morning and the afternoon,” he said. Cheryl Grimmer, aged three, was abducted from Meadow beach 46 years ago. Detectives have now announced that they are closer to solving the case as they believe the kidnapper is still alive.
"06.12.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Nigel Farage is shortlisted for Time magazine's Person of the Year The former Ukip leader, who led the Leave campaign to its unexpected victory, may be hoping that there is time for one last upset before 2016 is out after he was named as an unlikely outsider to secure the coveted front cover The unlikely outsider faces stiff competition from Beyoncé, Vladimir Putin and his good friend Donald Trump.
"06.12.2016 09:40:38" www.thetimes.co.uk Wildlife charities are angered after government report says trophy hunting helps lion conservation In the wake of the international outcry over the killing last year of Cecil the lion by an American dentist, a report, by an Oxford University zoologist, was commissioned. Professor Macdonald says “good management” would involve “age-based harvesting” of lions seven or more years old from areas with a stable or increasing population.
"06.12.2016 07:47:54" His own success reignited his spark The success of dementia patient Ronald Drever's life's work has rekindled his spark
"06.12.2016 06:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk This is a question of law. We are above politics, insists top judge The UK's most senior judge hit back at accusations that justices are straying into politics as he opened the historic hearing yesterday on whether parliament must approve Brexit. Lord Neuberger... The Supreme Court judge presiding over the government's Brexit appeal opened proceedings with a reminder of the judiciary's independence. http://thetim.es/2h9tXuv
"06.12.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Patients at risk as thousands of safety warnings are ignored NHS inspectors are ignoring thousands of warnings a year from staff raising safety fears, an alliance of whistleblowers has claimed. Those who speak out are "fired, gagged and blacklisted" while... An alliance of whistleblowers have warned in a letter to The Times that complaints to the CQC are acted upon slowly or not at all. http://thetim.es/2h9tj05
"06.12.2016 03:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Economy to defy Brexit fears Britain should finish the year as the fastest growing economy of seven leading nations, one of the most closely watched indicators suggests. The country's dominant service sector has experienced... Don't pop the corks just yet - Britain is also enduring a "lost decade" http://thetim.es/2h9qQTl
"05.12.2016 22:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hair of the dog? Not for your pet, please It's not only teenagers who like to polish off your leftover Christmas drinks - dogs and cats are increasingly likely to try a tipple. Pets are far more likely to get alcohol poisoning at this time... Pets are far more likely to get alcohol poisoning at this time of year because of drinks left lying around
"05.12.2016 21:45:35" www.thetimes.co.uk New tip-off in hunt for Madeleine The Home Office has given Scotland Yard extra money to investigate a new lead in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Operation Grange received £95,000 in April to cover another six months of the... Is this the new tip for the Madeline McCann investigation?
"05.12.2016 18:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Oldest defendant ever to face court at 101 accused of historical child abuse offences A 101-year-old man who went on trial yesterday accused of historical child abuse offences is believed to be the oldest defendant to face a British criminal court. Ralph Clarke is facing 31 charges... Miranda Moore, QC, for the prosecution, told the court that the alleged victims had been “tipped over the edge” by hearing people complimenting and praising the defendant on his 100th birthday.
"05.12.2016 17:42:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Pensioner, 89, starts bar job after local newspaper advert The 89-year-old former soldier, whose wife, Cassie, died two years ago, placed an advert in the classified section of the Torquay Herald Express looking for employment.
His appeal gained international attention and many offers, including one at Cantina Joe Bartley, the pensioner who took out an advert in a local newspaper looking for work to stop him “dying of boredom”, was left too pooped to give interviews after his first day.
"05.12.2016 16:04:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Voters in Austria chose a former leader of the Greens in a boost to pro-European Union forces The candidate of the far right lost a fierce battle to become president of Austria last night as voters chose a former leader of the Greens in a boost to pro-European Union forces. It was... Opinion polls had put the contenders in the Austrian vote neck and neck for weeks and a victory would have made Mr Hofer, Europe's first far-right president since the Second World War
"05.12.2016 14:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk A graduate is suing 'boring' Oxford for £1m after failing to achieve a first in his degree The graduate, now 38-years-old, says his life and career have been blighted by the lower grade and is claiming for loss of potential earnings. Faiz Siddiqui blames the university for his underachievement which has led to depression and insomnia
"05.12.2016 13:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Misogyny and patriarchy' in ethnic minorities is creating social divide says the government's cohesion adviser Dame Louise Casey said the country could “no longer duck difficult issues” and highlighted the problems some areas had faced because of the pace and scale of immigration. “I, only last Thursday, was in a community where women who have lived here for years are not allowed out of their house without their men's permission.” said Dame Louise Casey
"05.12.2016 13:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk An IT consultancy is breaking barriers to hire autistic people Auticon, which already runs a profitable IT consultancy in Germany with 83 autistic employees serving companies such as Siemens and Allianz, says hiring autistic people often brings a fresh perspective. Auticon aims to only hire autistic people, who sometimes have extraordinary cognitive abilities but struggle to secure a job.
"05.12.2016 12:15:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A migrant has been arrested for the rape and murder of an EU official's daughter The 17-year-old Afghan, who arrived unaccompanied last year among almost a million migrants, has been arrested in Germany for the murder of the teenage daughter of a senior EU official. Maria Ladenburger, 19, was a medical student who had volunteered as a helper at a refugee centre
"05.12.2016 12:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Archbishops from Iraq were denied visas over the fear that they may claim asylum The Christian archbishops were denied visas to enter the UK for a ceremony at a London cathedral attended by the Prince of Wales. Clergymen from the Syriac Orthodox Church were refused visas by the Home Office because they could not show that they had funds to support themselves while in the UK.
"05.12.2016 11:27:02" Times Sport Arsenal's Alexis Sánchez is in sensational form but he is not top of Tony Cascarino's list... Do these Premier League players belong in the top 10?
"05.12.2016 11:02:00" Sunday Times Food In #TheDish today: Candice's Apple and Pear Crumble! Enjoy! A deliciously heart-warming winter recipe
"05.12.2016 11:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Migrants will be required to adopt British values and culture A report by Dame Louise Casey will today warn that ethnic segregation is increasing, with some areas simply not able to cope with the pace of change. This report will encourage ethnic groups to adopt the British way of life. The importance of British values will be emphasised whilst promoting the English language amongst migrants will be a government priority,
"05.12.2016 10:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Divorce is costing UK couples more than £70,000 (and nearly half goes to the lawyers) Researchers claimed that the rising costs result from couples arguing over financial settlements Having to sell or unwind jointly-owned property and investments — such as houses, cars and pension funds — takes the biggest toll on the funds of divorcing couples
"05.12.2016 09:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Northern mothers must learn to be pushy if they want their children to get top grades This is according to research by the Children's Commissioner, Anne Longfield Of the worst 20 local authorities in the country for GCSEs, the majority were in the north of England.
"05.12.2016 07:39:24" www.thetimes.co.uk Italian voters plunged Europe into turmoil last night after Matteo Renzi lost his referendum and resigned The markets are braced for turbulence Analysts feared that Mr Renzi's fall from power could destabilise financial markets, trigger a run on Italian banks and further weaken the euro.
"05.12.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Varsity skier dies after night of partying An Oxford student has died at the start of the annual Oxbridge Varsity ski trip to the French Alps. The 22-year-old man, named locally as Matt Smith, was said to have died after a night of drinking... A security official had warned that students were “risking their lives” by taking part in drunken challenges. http://thetim.es/2gWM9ei
"05.12.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Betting boss: crack cocaine of gambling must be banned The founder and former chief executive of Britain's biggest bookmaker secretly lobbied against betting machines that allow punters to gamble £100 every 20 seconds, describing them as "dangerously... The founder and former chief executive of Britain's biggest bookmaker described betting machines as “dangerously addictive”, http://thetim.es/2g0QJUn
"05.12.2016 03:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Cabinet split over 'cash for access' to single market Theresa May is facing a cabinet split over plans to offer "cash for access" to the single market when Britain leaves the European Union. Boris Johnson yesterday appeared to reject a proposal by... Should we pay the EU for access to the single market even after we leave? http://thetim.es/2gWCCnC
"04.12.2016 22:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Ricky Gervais: Everything I've ever done is about humanity We meet at a photographer's studio and I arrive 15 minutes early, but Gervais has already finished doing photos. This is unprecedented, I tell him: in my experience, photo sessions always overrun. Ricky Gervais seems more concerned with animal rights than the refugee crisis.
"04.12.2016 21:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn's country house for sale for £650,000 With its exposed beams, oak staircase and acre of grounds this charming manor house seems an unlikely setting for Jeremy Corbyn, yet this is the family home where the Labour leader first formed his... With its exposed beams, oak staircase and acre of grounds this charming manor house seems an unlikely setting for Jeremy Corbyn, yet this is the family home where the Labour leader first formed his hard-left beliefs.
"04.12.2016 20:10:13" thetimes.co.uk Christmas appeal 2016: You can help Aleppo's children survive hunger, cold and disease If you're still watching in the West, please think of us now In the cold and dark they sit on mattresses on the floor and wait for death to come — or something worse.
"04.12.2016 19:11:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Inside the transatlantic alliance that brought you Brexit and Trump Arron Banks was smoking on a terrace halfway up the tower block when the security guards warned him that he might be shot. "We had a few drags and they came and said, 'Get your ass inside!' Looking... “We learnt how to use and abuse the mainstream media with their phoney outrage,” said Arron Banks, the millionaire who funded Leave.EU
“We fed off that fake outrage. All they were doing was giving us more oxygen. The mainstream media did more to grow
"04.12.2016 18:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk My partner has put on weight and I am no longer attracted to her Q I have lived with my partner for more than 10 years. I love certain things about her - her kindness, her family values and so on - but she has put on quite a bit of weight since we met. I... Would you walk out of your relationship of 10 years if that spark wasn't there any more?
"04.12.2016 17:29:58" www.thetimes.co.uk How to protect your child from cyber-bullying Felix Alexander used to tell his mother he kept printouts of the insults he'd received over social media as "evidence". The names of the bullies might have varied over the years, but the words... Felix Alexander was 17 when he took his own life after being bullied relentlessly online and at his private school. His mother, Lucy, tells Anna Wharton about the agony of losing her son — and what we must do to protect our children.
"04.12.2016 16:29:51" www.thetimes.co.uk We spoke to Cara Delevingne about eyebrow maintenance Brows have become huge. Both in shape - these days the bigger and bolder the better - and in popularity. According to the market research company NPD, sales of brow products have increased by... “I'd rather shave my head than shave my eyebrows,” says Cara Delevingne .
"04.12.2016 15:13:34" www.thetimes.co.uk Pitchforks down, parents. It's our fault when a predator claims a victim Sarah Baxter's Sunday Times column, written in light of the recent football sex abuse scandals Parents who hover over their children's homework and grill teachers about their children's grades are surprisingly willing to hand over their offspring without a second thought to sports coaches they know nothing about.
"04.12.2016 14:10:02" www.thetimes.co.uk £3,500 for losing a game: the absurd world of footballer's contracts They are contracts in which the riches just flow and flow. The excessively high salaries commanded by footballers are well known but the extraordinary perks set out in their contracts have remained... Their extraordinary perks have remained a secret until now
"04.12.2016 14:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The 100 best records of the year Our critics pick their top albums of 2016 Can you guess what number 1 is?
"04.12.2016 13:38:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Certain enclaves of Islam see the UK as 75% Muslim The report finds thousands of Muslims have almost no idea of life outside their areas Evidence gathered by Dame Louise Casey, the government's community cohesion tsar, will lift the lid on how some Muslims are cut off from the rest of Britain with their own housing estates, schools and television channels.
"04.12.2016 13:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Everyone's dodging the ban, so let's just stub out smoking Just as Britain begins to shift away from Europe politically, we've started to adopt a rather more European attitude to rules Would it be better for us all if cigarettes were completely outlawed? Jeremy Clarkson , a smoker, thinks so.
"04.12.2016 11:14:30" www.thetimes.co.uk What makes this image stand out amid other shortlisted Wildlife photographs? The picture of a sleeping Japanese macaque, protected by its mother's hand, was taken by a French wildlife photographer named Alain Mafart Renodier. Greenpeace are not happy.
"04.12.2016 10:05:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Jose Mourinho tax revelations could trigger criminal investigation The football manager Jose Mourinho faced a call yesterday for a criminal investigation of his tax affairs over a secret multimillion-pound fortune held offshore. An investigation by The Sunday... Should the former Real Madrid C.F. and current Manchester United boss face a criminal tax fraud investigation?
"04.12.2016 09:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Drivers who kill while using a mobile phone will face life sentences This is under penalties aimed at curbing deaths caused by dangerous or careless behaviour behind the wheel. Ministers have already increased penalties for using phones while driving. The punishment is being doubled from three points to six so that motorists caught twice will hit the 12-point threshold for a ban.
"04.12.2016 09:00:01" Sunday Times Food In The Dish this Sunday, the perfect sweet treat -- Candice Brown's salted caramel banoffee pie. Full recipe in The Dish free with the Sunday Times on Sunday Salted caramel banoffee pie for breakfast?
Find the full recipe in The Dish free with the Sunday Times on Sunday
"04.12.2016 08:20:26" www.thetimes.co.uk Is this the end of the Sunday roast? Roast meat now accounts for only one in seven meals at Sunday lunchtime, while sandwiches have become almost twice as popular For many families Sunday shopping, sports and children's activities leave little time for long battles with hot saucepans and uncooperative ovens.
"04.12.2016 07:59:57" www.thetimes.co.uk Jose Mourinho tax revelations could trigger criminal investigation The football manager Jose Mourinho faced a call yesterday for a criminal investigation of his tax affairs over a secret multimillion-pound fortune held offshore. An investigation by The Sunday... This could rock the world of football
"04.12.2016 00:12:03" thetimes.co.uk A Sunday Times investigation has exposed Jose Mourinho's alleged tax scheme The revelations could trigger a criminal investigation Explosive revelations about the Manchester United manager
"03.12.2016 23:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Patients need to toughen up and stop turning to their GPs when they have a bug Patients must stop turning to the GP when they have a bug and rediscover old-fashioned "resilience", the chief medical officer has said. Professor Dame Sally Davies said the kind of stoicism that... “We need patients and the public to understand that most of the time they don't need antibiotics.”
"03.12.2016 22:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Six cool cocktails to shake, simmer and stir Party season has arrived. One grape gatsby, coming right up
"03.12.2016 21:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Caitlin Moran: we need a town planner for the internet No one could have imagined what 2016 would be like. We're in uncharted territory "Abuse on the internet is dismissed as not real. Cybercrime isn't real crime. Studies show the level of disinhibition displayed by people online is roughly equivalent to having had two pints."
"03.12.2016 20:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Rufus the assistance dog can even pay for pints for his owner To donate to The Times Christmas Appeal visit thetimes.co.uk/timesappeal or call 0151 284 2336 Rufus is an assistance dog from the charity Dogs for Good - UK , and is trained to take Mr Lee's bank cards to the till at the supermarket, get him dressed, and even carry cash to the bar at the local pub to pay for a pint — although he rarely waits for
"03.12.2016 19:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Fancy a foodie weekend in Palermo? Rick Stein gets a taste for the bustling markets, delicious food and ancient buildings in the Sicilian capital Because the best weekends away are 89% eating delicious foods.
"03.12.2016 18:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The British disease is now rank ineptitude Whatever the trade or profession it seems to be considered bad form to root out the stupid and the incompetent It isn't just the police. From top to bottom in Britain we appear to tolerate major blunders and minor incompetence with a tut-tut as we hare off in pursuit of more exciting prey: love-cheats, greedy bosses, sex crimes and financial sleaze.
"03.12.2016 16:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Schools, not parents, must talk about sex Janice Turner's column From obesity to radicalisation, we expect teachers to solve too many social problems. However, excellent sex education, encompassing not just the timeless rudiments but the ever-changing online sex-scape, really is our best hope.
"03.12.2016 15:03:01" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon featuring President François Hollande, who announced this week that he will not run in next year's French election
"03.12.2016 14:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The foundry that made Big Ben and the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is to close. The Whitechapel Bell Foundry can trace its history back to 1570 and is believed to be the oldest manufacturing company still operating in Britain. Ring out the bells: not in celebration, but in mourning
"03.12.2016 13:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk How to pull like the French When it comes to kissing, just do it and try not to worry too much From approaching your crush at the office party, to kissing under the mistletoe, First Dates' Fred Sirieix offers his dating advice.
"03.12.2016 12:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Times Magazine interview Paul Hollywood He says he loves Mary Berry 'like she's my mother' and claims the end of Bake Off on the BBC 'broke me in half'. So why did he 'follow the dough' to Channel 4? "Ultimately, 15, 16, 17 million people love Bake Off. They couldn't point the finger at the production company because there was no one individual they could point the finger at. I was the only one they could point the finger at. I get it. It was me. I
"03.12.2016 11:26:27" www.thetimes.co.uk How my joke on the radio landed Ed Balls in the Strictly ballroom His verve may have surprised the public but he has always had the courage, writes his wife Yvette Cooper MP writes about what it's like to have the king of dad dancing on Strictly for a husband: "Sometimes people have said how nice it is to see that politicians are human really. I notice they don't say “normal”.
"03.12.2016 09:45:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Head off on a Attenborough-style wildlife holiday From golden eagles to grizzly bears, here's our pick of the best trips to see the stars of Planet Earth II Includes a trip to see those marine iguanas (but not the snakes, thankfully)
"03.12.2016 08:41:35" www.thetimes.co.uk Looking out of the window while you eat could help you lose weight GPs should encourage overweight patients to harness the science of human decision-making Other tips include:
● Buy smaller plates
● Serve food from smaller containers
● Stop keeping unhealthy snacks where you can easily see them
● Circle the buffet and then choose
● Don't eat looking at food
"03.12.2016 06:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Rail fares rise by up to a fifth as overcrowding and delays worsen Rail passengers are facing inflation-busting fare increases of up to 20 per cent in the new year as overcrowding levels soar and delays reach their highest point in a decade. Train companies... Train companies announced that fares will rise by an average of 2.3 per cent in January. http://thetim.es/2gQfKpV
"03.12.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Increase the cost of alcohol to tackle problem drinking Raising the cost of alcohol is the best way to tackle problem drinking, government health advisers have concluded, putting pressure on ministers to revive plans for a minimum unit price. Public... Health advisors said banning below-cost sales is about a hundred times less effective than minimum pricing. http://thetim.es/2gQfp6D
"03.12.2016 03:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Labour has few safe seats left, MPs warn Labour faces being crushed between Ukip and a resurgent Liberal Democrat Party in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum, senior allies of Jeremy Corbyn admitted last night. The party suffered... Party support has been crushed by Ukip and Lib Dems. http://thetim.es/2fURpuo
"02.12.2016 22:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hunter S Thompson's weed stash to be cloned and sold as official 'Gonzo' brand The writer Hunter S Thompson once complained that he was forced to live outside the law. "Between Vietnam and weed, a whole generation was criminalised," he said. Now marijuana is legal to some... Hunter S Thomson would be spinning in his grave, if he hadn't been cremated and fired from a 47m tall cannon.
"02.12.2016 21:19:38" www.thetimes.co.uk Australian who splashed out on sports cars and a speedboat after he was given £1.1m in error by bank walks free An Australian man who was mistakenly given £1.1 million by his bank and spent it on sports cars, a speedboat and celebrity memorabilia has walked free after a judge ruled that a human could not be... Luke Moore was unemployed and living on benefits until he found his bank had mistakenly granted him a huge overdraft because of a computer error.
"02.12.2016 20:17:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Robotic fleet to deliver Just Eat takeaway meals in southeast London The awkwardness of taking delivery of a pizza in your pyjamas or wondering whether to tip the driver could soon be a thing of the past. The first takeaway delivery by robot has been made in... In the first robotic delivery, a customer ordered falafel and lamb cutlets from a Turkish restaurant online.
"02.12.2016 19:20:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Yes, that office chatterbox is making the whole team more stupid Every office has them - the guy who reads out every funny thing he sees on Facebook, the secretary who gossips too loudly at the water cooler. Not only are they annoying, their colleagues may not... Even if they're not talking directly to you, nearby chatter makes you less capable of completing everyday tasks.
"02.12.2016 18:02:43" Sunday Times Food In The Dish this Sunday, the perfect sweet treat -- Candice Brown's salted caramel banoffee pie. Full recipe in The Dish free with the Sunday Times on Sunday Candice Brown's salted caramel banoffee pie from Sunday Times Food
"02.12.2016 17:21:27" www.thetimes.co.uk Isis has moved several dozen operatives into Europe to carry out terrorist attacks Islamic State has moved several dozen operatives into Europe to carry out terrorist attacks, according to the Continent's law enforcement agency. Europol warned today that the terrorist group was... Europol warned today that the terrorist group was determined to continue attacks against members of the European Union, including the United Kingdom, and could deploy methods that have been successful in Syria and Iraq, including car bombs, extortion and
"02.12.2016 16:15:03" www.thetimes.co.uk This technique allows fraudsters to steal your credit card details in just six seconds Criminals can find the card number, expiry date and security code for a Visa debit or credit card in only six seconds using computer-powered guesswork, researchers have warned. Experts at Newcastle... Criminals can find the card number, expiry date and security code for a Visa debit or credit card in only six seconds using computer-powered guesswork.
"02.12.2016 15:45:03" www.thetimes.co.uk We've found the best art to buy this Christmas Deck the walls! This art work is especially apt for those worrying about all the presents and Christmas food they still need to buy.
"02.12.2016 15:03:50" Airstrike kills the last clown of Aleppo A bombing raid has killed Syria's last clown; taking the flickering hope for Aleppo with him.
Read more about Anas al-Basha here: http://thetim.es/2fT6DA9
"02.12.2016 14:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A circus trainer was mauled to death by a lion in front of children Mr Shaheen was taken to Andalusia Smouha hospital but died of injuries including a fractured skull. Video clips posted online show Islam Shaheen, 25, an employee at the Lion Village circus, trying to complete a complicated routine with three lions in a dilapidated cage. As he motions one of the big cats to climb a ladder, another leaps off his stand and
"02.12.2016 13:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Firefighters saved a dog trapped 15ft beneath a garden patio "She's the luckiest dog alive.” Moppit, a patterdoodle — a patterdale terrier crossed with a poodle — spent 27 hours in darkness after chasing a rabbit into a tunnel in Iwerne Minster, near Blandford Forum, Dorset.
"02.12.2016 13:03:02" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon
"02.12.2016 12:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk A spa won't help your "executive burnout" Sathnam Sanghera's business column. A 2014 study has argued that 90 per cent of “burned out” workers meet diagnostic criteria for something significantly more serious: depression.
"02.12.2016 11:15:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Racist posters calling for “white zones” have been put up in a Berkshire town The posters are linked to National Action, a neo-Nazi British nationalist youth movement, and were first seen in Glasgow after the Brexit vote. Disgraceful.
"02.12.2016 10:40:58" thetimes.co.uk Home from Hospital is helping the elderly to regain their independence You can donate to the Royal Vol Service as part of our Times Christmas Appeal 2016. Help from charities such as the Royal Voluntary Service is not only crucial for women like Iris, but also for the future of the NHS.
"02.12.2016 09:28:51" www.thetimes.co.uk Train fares will rise 2.3% next year The rises will particularly anger long-suffering passengers on Southern railway 2017 is already bringing us bad news.
"02.12.2016 08:45:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Immigration to the UK reached a record high thanks to a surge in EU migrants The figures will add to the pressure on Theresa May to get a Brexit deal that cuts EU migration. Of the 189,000 EU citizens coming to work, 82,000 of them were looking for jobs, up 21,000 on the previous year.
"02.12.2016 07:58:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Andrew Sachs has died aged 86 Farewell, Manuel “que?”
"02.12.2016 07:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Last clown in Aleppo killed by airstrike A Syrian charity worker who dressed as a clown to entertain children in an underground recreation centre has been killed in a bombing raid on Aleppo. A brother of Anas al-Basha posted a photograph... He was 24.
"02.12.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 89-year-old gets a job after pleading for help in newspaper ad The bored 89-year-old widower who posted an advertisement in his local paper pleading for someone to hire him has been given a job. Joe Bartley will begin clearing tables at Cantina Kitchen and Bar... Well done that man!
"02.12.2016 05:02:36" www.thetimes.co.uk Most Muslims want full integration with British way of life More than half of British Muslims want to "fully integrate" with society, according to the most extensive survey of its kind. Research involving more than 3,000 Muslims shows that they broadly... They are more likely than the general population to condemn terrorism, a survey has found.
"02.12.2016 03:07:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Lib Dems overturn Goldsmith's 23,000 majority in shock by-election win The Liberal Democrats defeated Zac Goldsmith by overturning a 23,000 majority last night, claiming that the win sent a clear message to government not to pursue a hard Brexit. Sarah Olney, 39, an... Sarah Olney said her victory "sent a shockwave through this Conservative Brexit government".
"02.12.2016 01:51:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The oldest salmon smokerie in the UK is making a fortune from Brexit Lance Forman voted for Leave and got emails from customers saying they'd never buy again “We've seen a huge increase in sales. I've just come back from Singapore, and before that Mauritius, and it's a great opportunity to say to these markets, 'Now's the time to buy, chums!'”
"01.12.2016 22:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Nuclear waste converted into black diamonds could power batteries that last thousands of years Nuclear waste could be converted into radioactive black diamonds that can be used as batteries to last thousands of years, British researchers have found. The scientists behind the discovery claim... These 'black diamond' batteries could last 5,000 years...
"01.12.2016 21:26:20" Scientists are close to finding a cure for HIV It's World AIDS Day and British scientists are close to finding a cure for HIV.
"01.12.2016 20:07:44" Should teachers decide who answers questions in class? Hands down: Should teachers decide who answers questions in class?
"01.12.2016 19:00:31" BBC Strictly Come Dancing star Ed Balls is talking about Brexit and his new book with Times Red Box editor Matt Chorley and former politics editor Philip Webster, live from Westminster, London #timesplus
"01.12.2016 18:02:48" Sunday Times Food Candice, our brilliant new Dish columnist and winner of The Great British Bake Off, shares her top baking tips. Don't miss her festive treats in The Dish on Sunday If you're a The Great British Bake Off fan, you'll love the Sunday Times Food's new columnist Candice.
"01.12.2016 17:19:58" www.thetimes.co.uk Tony Blair is about to launch a policy institute to tackle Brexit populism Tony Blair today announced the creation of a new institute to develop a policy agenda for the centre ground in a bid to combat growing populism on the right and left around the world. The former... Tony Blair stoked controversy last week after he called for a second referendum on the UK's exit from the EU.
"01.12.2016 16:21:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Yesterday was the coldest November morning the UK has had for six years England and Wales woke up to the coldest morning of the season yesterday as much of the country was gripped by a heavy frost. The Met Office said that the coldest reading was minus 9.4C (15F) in... The Met Office said that the coldest reading was minus 9.4C (15F) in the village of Sennybridge, Powys, at 7am yesterday.
"01.12.2016 15:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Denmark is sending their “rock star” bakers to the UK Picture a company with the scope and commercial muscle of Greggs, the refinement of Gail's Artisan Bakery and an overlay of Scandinavian cool and you've got the picture. Denmark's cultural invasion of the UK will arrive in in the shape of cakes, loaves and rolls - coming soon to bakeries near you
"01.12.2016 15:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk The Times Advent Calendar Discover festive recipes from top chefs, our best pick of gift ideas, must-see shows this winter and exclusive seasonal treats. It's Dec 1st which means The Times Advent Calendar has landed- your daily fix of foodie fun, must-see shows and top picks for gifts to make the festive season more enjoyable than ever. http://thetim.es/2fP88PP
"01.12.2016 14:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk John Legend: From playing the White House to singing at Kanye's wedding and the song that will always follow him He has won ten Grammys and an Oscar, worked with Jay Z and Kanye West and played at the White House for Barack Obama but John Legend knows, even at 37, that his obituaries will lead with one thing... “He called it 'We need to make America great again', but all the signals he was sending were that the problems of this country were down to black and brown people.” - John Legend on Donald J. Trump
"01.12.2016 13:55:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Immigration reached its highest annual level in the run up to the Brexit referendum The Office for National Statistics have revealed that net migration — the difference between those arriving and those leaving for more than a year — was 335,000, more than three times the government target of 100,000. The latest figures show that immigration from the EU hit a record 284,000
"01.12.2016 13:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk RBS will be unable to handle a financial crash The Royal Bank of Scotland failed stress tests designed to assess the strength of the UK's largest lenders. The taxpayer-backed bank has failed the latest round of Bank of England stress tests
"01.12.2016 13:21:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit vote leads to record high demand for Irish passports According to the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, requests received from Britain increased by almost 77 per cent in October, compared with the same month last year. The rise has resulted in more than 700,000 Irish passports being issued so far in 2016, according to the government in Dublin
"01.12.2016 11:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain's Bravest Manufacturing Company aim is to provide veterans with long-term careers Britain's Bravest Manufacturing Company may not appear, at first glance, to warrant such a grand moniker. Yes, there are nail guns popping off in its woodwork factory, but the most obvious threat... When it comes to working a manufacturing job with one arm, Mr Pavey isn't fazed. He is known to wave sheets of metal around, as well as working machinery, drilling, welding and patchwork.
"01.12.2016 11:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Boris Johnson says he is personally in favour of free movement The foreign secretary told ambassadors at an official lunch last month that he “was personally in favour of free movement as it corresponds to his own beliefs, but he said it wasn't government policy”. Despite the government insisting free movement must end after Britain cuts ties with Brussels, Boris Johnson has been “openly telling” EU ambassadors that he is in favour of it
"01.12.2016 10:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk The Syrian children who long for a better life Hana told me that she wanted to be a teacher when she grew up. The harsher reality is that she spends her days picking vegetables in lieu of some of the rent on the family's semi-converted outhouse. There is another Syria that we don't see where little girls go to school and families do not run from pillar to post to escape tanks and jets but, this Syria is lost.
"01.12.2016 09:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk It takes a lot of work to look natural and make-up free The calendar shows older actresses looking 'real and truthful' inspiring young girls everywhere to throw away their contouring kits and become nuclear scientists. This year's Pirelli calendar shows famous beauties such as 71-year-old Helen Mirren and 41-year-old Kate Winslet not wearing a scrap of make-up. Only, wait, they kind of are wearing it.
"01.12.2016 08:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Fish 'have broad range of emotions' They know their Mozart from their Muddy Waters. They feel stress and pleasure, and treat others to massages. And yet we kill about 17 billion of them for fun each year. Fish, according to a new... Finding emo?
"01.12.2016 07:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk More young people are watching Planet Earth II than The X Factor More young people are watching the wildlife series Planet Earth II than The X Factor, the BBC has said. Sir David Attenborough, presenting his second series of Planet Earth helped by... “I'm told that we are attracting a larger than normal number of younger viewers ... that pleases me enormously."
"01.12.2016 03:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Bank hints at vegan-friendly fivers The Bank of England does not, it seems, want Britons to have fat wallets after all. The Bank appeared last night to cave in to opposition over the use of animal fat in the production of its new £5... No beef.
"30.11.2016 22:50:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May refuses to reassure EU migrants living in the UK over their future after Brexit Theresa May refused to bow to calls to guarantee the future of EU migrants in Britain during a lively PMQs in which she mocked Jeremy Corbyn for muddling his economic institutions. Under criticism... Theresa May insisted that offering a guarantee to EU migrants living in the UK would put the government in a weaker position when it comes to negotiating the status of British expats living in Europe after Brexit.
"30.11.2016 21:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Closing hospitals may be the only way to save the NHS Money needs to be liberated from buildings and beds so that it can be redirected to looking after people at home “There are thousands of people who are in a hospital bed who don't need to be there.”
"30.11.2016 20:04:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Students give escaped prisoner a cooked dinner then urge him to hand himself in A pair of students who took in a homeless drunk they found in the street got more than they bargained for when he turned out to be an escaped prisoner who had been jailed for rape and robbery. Instead of dialling 999, the students gave Headley his first hot meal since he went on the run: soup, chicken kiev and pasta.
They then accompanied him to the police station where he handed himself in.
"30.11.2016 18:02:27" Vegans have threatened to boycott the new £5 note Vegans have threatened to boycott the new £5 note after it was revealed that animal fat is used in its production.
"30.11.2016 16:00:03" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon featuring Theresa May and her French counterpart François Hollande
"30.11.2016 15:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Europe will continue to need the City of London even after Brexit Mark Carney has warned Brussels against seeking to damage the UK's financial sector as the city will be needed by Europe. “The UK is effectively the investment banker for Europe,” says Mr Carney, the Bank of England governor
"30.11.2016 14:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk BBC's SPOTY lacks value as Froome doesn't make the shortlist Chris Froome's iconic moments include the hair-raising descent of the Col de Peyresourde in this summer's Tour de France, the blistering attack on La Pierre St Martin in 2015 and the iconic win at fabled Mont Ventoux in 2013. Chris Froome won the Tour de France for a third time this year but this wasn't enough to make the shortlist for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award
"30.11.2016 14:09:31" Sunday Times Driving How fast is fast? Olympic medallist and The Gadget Show presenter Amy Williams talks about her need for speed and whether skeleton or cars are more hair-raising. Ask her questions in the comments below. Sunday Times Driving are chatting with Olympic medalist and The Gadget Show presenter, Amy Williams. Ask her some questions in the comments below.
"30.11.2016 13:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Uber fights to avoid licensing and safety rules Uber appeared at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg to argue that an app should not be bound to same rules as transport services. Uber is attempting to defend their business model in Europe's highest court after facing years of protests from established taxi companies
"30.11.2016 12:33:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain's Brexit "strategy" actually makes perfect sense Carol Midgley explains those ties between cakes and Brexit. We never thought we'd get so sick of hearing about cake...
"30.11.2016 11:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Our disgraceful prisons should copy the radical German method With so many prisoners now rotting in their cells all day, it is easy to see why they resort to drugs. No one cares about the prison population any more leading to desperate and dangerous prisoners says Alice Thompson
"30.11.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Since the arrival of autism dog Sox, Toby life has transformed Autistic children's lives are changing as UK charity Dogs for Good breeds and trains dogs to help children suffering. “How is it possible to be stressed when something so calm, so happy, so unknowing of evil or wrongdoing is sitting next to you wagging its tail pleading for fuss?” says 12-year-old Toby
"30.11.2016 09:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Police chief exposes her breasts during a row with a colleague After at least three glasses of wine at the dinner, followed by more alcohol in the bar, Ms Sutcliffe unleashed her verbal assault on Ms Jackson. Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe launched a tirade against a junior colleague, humiliating her for having breast enhancement surgery. She then bared her own chest to make the point.
"30.11.2016 09:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Colgate and Dove are just some of the big brands linked to child labourers According to Amnesty International, toothpaste, cosmetics and food sold by big brands are being made with palm oil produced by children in Indonesia. Children as young as eight are working in dangerous conditions, risking exposure to pesticides and carrying sacks weighing 25kg
"30.11.2016 08:00:34" www.thetimes.co.uk 89-year-old widower, looking for work, says he cannot face living on benefits For many people, reaching 65 is the cue to give up work and devote themselves to a life of gardening, Saga cruises and slippers in front of the television. Not for Joe Bartley, an 89-year-old... Joe Bartley, an 89-year-old former soldier, became so bored sitting at home that he decided to look for work
"30.11.2016 07:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Social media giants should block children sexting “I think social media companies need to step up to the plate and show us how they can be the solution to the issue of mental ill health among teenagers" says the health secretary. Health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, is putting pressure on tech and mobile phone companies to show that they were willing to help to improve mental health among teenagers.
"30.11.2016 07:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Loving Jesus gets you just as high as drugs, says science Some get a kick from champagne. Some may go for cocaine. Mormons, on the other hand, get a belt out of Jesus that is every bit as real as the physical highs experienced by drinkers or drug-takers. Praise be.
"30.11.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Aleppo refugees hit by Assad revenge squads Even as they fled the front line, the residents of Aleppo were not safe: at least 25 were killed by a single barrel bomb dropped from above, the White Helmets rescue group said yesterday. Many of... They're being bombed as they try to flee.
"30.11.2016 03:00:07" www.thetimes.co.uk Bond star 'slept with 35 women during filming' When it comes to notches on bedposts, most people would think James Bond pretty hard to beat. His attitude to the opposite sex may leave something to be desired in these more enlightened times but... Nick Nack was a "sex maniac". Who knew?
"29.11.2016 22:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Vegans have threatened to boycott the new £5 note after discovering it's made from animal fats Vegans have threatened to boycott the new £5 note after discovering that the Bank of England uses animal fats to make it. A petition started by Doug Maw, of Keswick, Cumbria, against the inclusion... “Basically, we are being forced to have animal products on us”
"29.11.2016 20:50:28" Don't vote far right, says Holocaust victim Holocaust survivor, Gertrude has warned Austrians not to vote for the far-right candidate in the rerun of the presidential election
"29.11.2016 19:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Google questions are so hard that even the company chairman was baffled. Could you pass an interview? Eric Schmidt was recently bowled one of Google's own googlies. At a tech conference the executive chairman of Alphabet, Google's parent company, was asked one of the notorious brainteasers designed... Q You're given a cube of cheese and a knife. How many straight cuts of the knife do you need to divide the cheese into 27 little cubes?
"29.11.2016 18:14:52" Times_PennyFillon_Vs4_29nov16pm.mp4 The secretive Welsh woman who could be France's new first lady
"29.11.2016 16:15:04" www.thetimes.co.uk May's Berkshire brigade vs Cameron's Notting Hill set When I moved from a mews house in Kensington to a cottage in the home counties it never occurred to me that I would find myself, two years on, exchanging my former fringe affiliation to Cameron's... Their skirts are always the right length, their heels never too high; how does the Berkshire brigade compare to the Notting Hill set?
"29.11.2016 16:14:30" Sunday Times Food Learn how to make the perfect pavlova with The Great British Bake Off winner and new Sunday Times Food columnist Candice Brown. Ask your questions in the comments Calling all The Great British Bake Off fans — we're learning how to make a delicious pavlova with our new Sunday Times Food columnist Candice Brown! Send her your questions in the comments along with a nice cup of tea ☕️ (it's to go with the pudding).
"29.11.2016 15:45:09" www.thetimes.co.uk Ikea's UK sales jump by nearly 9% to £1.72 billion Despite not having opened a new store in Britain for nearly seven years, Ikea continues to grow for the fifth consecutive year. It may be the source of endless domestic disputes but the UK just can't get enough of the Swedish homewares retailer
"29.11.2016 15:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The City of London is set for its tallest skyscraper yet Already nicknamed the Trellis by some critics, 1 Undershaft, will be the second-tallest building in western Europe, after the Shard. The 73-storey skyscraper will tower over landmarks such as the Gherkin and the Cheesegrater
"29.11.2016 15:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Crimean émigré fights to take title back to Russia for the first time since 2007 Tomorrow, in a soundproof glass box at the South Street Seaport, it will be the finale of the World Chess Federation A battle for Russia's pride will be underway tomorrow as 26-year-old Sergey Karjakin will seek to take the World Chess Federation title back to Russia
"29.11.2016 14:45:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Children of Fukushima are suicidal after facing bullies Japanese people have been appalled in recent days by accounts of school bullying suffered by children evacuated from Fukushima after the 2011 nuclear disaster. They face even more cruelty, violence and extortion in their short lives as bullies torment “Your germs will infect us,”
"29.11.2016 14:30:04" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon featuring UK Independence Party (UKIP)'s new leader
"29.11.2016 14:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Chaos to come as strikes are planned for the run-up to Christmas Commuters are facing travel chaos in the run-up to Christmas after train drivers announced a fresh wave of strikes over the modernisation of the rail network. Aslef, the drivers' union, said that... More strikes planned for Christmas and the new year as train drivers oppose the modernisation of the rail network http://thetim.es/2gBspgj
"29.11.2016 13:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Six people may have survived plane crash in Colombia Scores of people are feared dead after a plane carrying a Brazilian professional football team travelling to a tournament final crashed in Colombia late last night. Officials at Medellin's airport... Scores of people are feared dead after a plane carrying 72 passengers, including a Brazilian professional football team, crashed in Colombia http://thetim.es/2fHuCCh
"29.11.2016 12:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Rachel Sylvester: We need to accept that specialised services are safer and saves money 'You can declare war more peacefully than you can reform a healthcare system,” writes Ken Clarke in his memoir Kind of Blue. According to the former health secretary, hospital closures always... Can closing hospitals save the NHS?
"29.11.2016 11:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Baby hedgehogs are suffering this winter Wildlife rescue centres are struggling to cope with an influx of undernourished hoglets born too late to hibernate. Undernourished hoglets, born too late to hibernate, are struggling to cope in cold temperatures
"29.11.2016 10:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Beata Szydlo stresses the importance of collaboration between Poland and Britain Theresa May greeted the Polish pm with the attention and respect normally reserved for the leaders of far bigger countries as she sought to recruit an ally in Brexit talks. British schoolchildren should be taught Polish, says Polish prime minister as she made a case for her country's importance to Britain
"29.11.2016 09:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk As football abuse inquiry widens, former coach is hospitalised The former coach, at the centre of the investigation into sex abuse in youth football, is in hospital as calls flood into abuse helplines. Barry Bennell, the paedophile coach who had links with Manchester City, was found unconscious at a hotel following a suspected suicide attempt.
"29.11.2016 08:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Women's health at risk as researchers ignore gender differences Male and female brains can respond differently to drugs for conditions such as stroke, but for years neuroscientists have ignored this out of fear of being labelled sexist. Researchers reportedly ignored gender differences for fear of being labelled 'sexist'
"29.11.2016 07:28:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit faces a legal challenge over Britain staying in the single market The government is facing a legal challenge over whether Britain stays inside the single market after leaving the European Union, the second intervention since the referendum. British Influence, a... Brexiteers aren't happy about it
"29.11.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Fat patients will miss out on surgery, NHS decides Hospitals could deny routine operations to obese patients and smokers after new rationing plans were approved by senior NHS officials. A decision yesterday to place restrictions on some patients in... Should obese patients who fail to lose weight and smokers who don't give up be denied routine operations? http://thetim.es/2gAg9MR
"29.11.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk British security forces are too good for Isis, suspect claims British security services are so proficient that Islamic State terrorists who attacked Brussels and Paris made no plans to carry out atrocities in the UK, an alleged accomplice told police. Mohamed... Mohamed Abrini, known as the man in the hat, said in a police interview that superior “observation techniques” made Britain more difficult to attack. http://thetim.es/2fGajoY
"29.11.2016 03:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Have cake and eat it' - aide reveals Brexit tactic Britain's Brexit negotiating stance is to "have cake and eat it", according to handwritten notes mistakenly shown after a meeting between Tory MPs and senior figures in Whitehall yesterday. The EU... “Very French negotiating team. Need fair process guaranteed.” http://thetim.es/2fGcWa2
"28.11.2016 22:41:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Mark Carney wants to delay Brexit by two years The governor of the Bank of England put himself on a collision course with pro-Brexit MPs last night as he called for a transitional period to delay Britain's departure from the single market. Mark... His proposal would lead to the UK being subjected to rulings of the European Court of Justice until at least 2021.
"28.11.2016 20:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hate crimes against German Jews double Antisemitism has increased dramatically in Germany, along with the general rise in far-right crime seen during the migration crisis. Criminal investigations into attacks on Jews, Jewish property... Criminal investigations into attacks on Jews, Jewish property and hate speech totalled 2,083 cases in 2015, a rise of 201 per cent on the previous year.
"28.11.2016 18:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk White men played the identity card at the American ballot box The student union at King's College London will field a team in University Challenge that contains at least 50 per cent "self-defining women, trans or non-binary students". The only bad thing Ken... The left is creating a new kind of apartheid with the divisiveness of identity politics, says Matt Ridley.
"28.11.2016 17:12:29" Are we seeing a far-right resurgence? Are we seeing a far-right resurgence? British neo-Nazis say Hitler showed too much mercy. http://thetim.es/2fEPB8C
"28.11.2016 16:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Isis files discovered in Syria reveal detailed plans for terror attacks against Europe Detailed information on Islamic State plots to attack Europe has been extracted from a trove of intelligence material seized from the extremist group in Syria, a British general has disclosed. The... One suspected plot has already been foiled after four friends, arrested in France late last week, were accused of planning to launch an attack in the country as early as this week.
"28.11.2016 14:29:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Jodi Picoult explains why she has finally decided to take on racism in America Three white liberals sit in shock, watching the US presidency fall to Donald Trump, state by state. "How can America be so racist," they ask their two black friends, the comedians Dave Chappelle... Jodi Picoult: "Go to your bookshelf. Is it full of white authors?"
"28.11.2016 12:28:56" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit doesn't mean leaving the single market, lawyers will argue The government is facing a legal challenge over whether Britain stays inside the single market after leaving the European Union. British Influence, a pro-single market think tank, has hired lawyers... British Influence aren't allowing Britain to leave the EU without a fight
"28.11.2016 11:52:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Alan Cowell: We are no longer special in America's eyes It has become commonplace to liken the triumph of the Brexiteers to the elevation of Donald Trump to America's highest office. But for all the similarities - disaffected voters replacing an... Has Britain really lost its "special relationship" with the US?
"28.11.2016 10:32:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Assad forces take key rebel areas of Aleppo Thousands of residents of opposition-held east Aleppo were fleeing an advance by pro-regime forces, which were on the brink of cutting the enclave in two. The regime claimed victory in the eastern... The Syrian regime is on brink of victory in #Aleppo
"28.11.2016 09:41:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Punters to bet on Brexit case as it goes live The Supreme Court hearing on how the UK exits the European Union is set to make history in the betting book as well as in legal tomes. The four-day court case to be heard next month will be the... The four-day court case to be heard next month will be the first to be a live betting event, with people able to gamble as they watch the arguments on a live feed.
"28.11.2016 08:28:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hamilton risks punishment as great as a suspension Lewis Hamilton was unrepentant last night after he defied his Mercedes team by trying to wreck the world championship hopes of Nico Rosberg at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Toto Wolff, the head of... Was Lewis Hamilton 's behaviour unsportsmanlike?
"28.11.2016 06:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A tango too far as Balls is voted off Strictly So long, Ed Balls. After ten weeks channelling his "inner Beyoncé", the unlikeliest political hero of the year has been voted off Strictly Come Dancing. The former shadow chancellor, 49, said that... He took dad dancing mainstream, but in the end there was little Ed Balls could to stop his stunning run on Strictly coming to an inevitable end. http://thetim.es/2gwwzFX
"28.11.2016 05:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Rip-off rail companies forced to display cheapest fares Train operators face having to redesign thousands of ticket machines as ministers move to stop commuters being ripped off by hugely complex pricing systems. Rail companies are likely to be ordered... Rail companies are likely to be ordered to highlight the lowest price for any journey. http://thetim.es/2fCPMkM
"28.11.2016 03:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Thatcherite victor vows sharp shock for France A Thatcherite reformer is in pole position to become the next president of France after a landslide victory in his party's primary election during which he pledged to sack 500,000 civil servants. Just a month ago the polls were predicting a heavy defeat. Now they predict victory in the presidential election for François Fillon. Will they be wrong again? http://thetim.es/2gwsH89
"27.11.2016 22:11:05" www.thetimes.co.uk The Queen's cousin and best friend has died The Queen is mourning the death of her cousin and close friend, Margaret Rhodes, who has died at the age of 91. Rhodes, who was less than a year older than the Queen, was one of her childhood... Margaret Rhodes, who was less than a year older than the Queen, was one of her childhood playmates and a bridesmaid at her wedding to the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.
"27.11.2016 21:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A tour of racism in America - from slavery to the Trump “whitelash” The black American novelist Colson Whitehead had friends over on the night of the US election. One read out a tweet: "I hope I'm sent to one of the better settlement camps." Whitehead laughs. "It's... “America's a very racist country,” says Colson Whitehead, matter-of-factly. “It's less racist, obviously, than 150 years ago, but it's still pretty racist. I think people were just driven bananas by having a black president.”
"27.11.2016 20:03:00" Aleppo's lost children As Christmas approaches, spare a thought for Aya and consider making a donation to our Christmas appeal in partnership with Save the Children UK
"27.11.2016 19:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk “I never knew that states worse than death existed until this happened” The wife of a Gulf War veteran will ask a High Court judge this week to rule that medical treatment keeping him alive should be withdrawn. Paul Briggs, 43, a policeman, has been in a minimally... Paul Briggs, 43, a policeman, has been in a minimally conscious state in hospital for 17 months since being injured in a road accident.
Now his wife, Lindsey, has asked a court to instruct doctors to let him die.
"27.11.2016 18:11:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Judy Murray interview 'Andy knows his rivals are waiting to take him down' It was quiet, almost silent. Andy Murray was in the locker room in the bowels of the O2, packing his clothes and equipment into a large bag after his historic defeat of Novak Djokovic in the... Judy Murray talks to Matthew Syed about her sons' rise to world No 1 and the lengths that Andy went to before he won over doubters.
"27.11.2016 17:41:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Mary J Blige: My life is a mess at the moment Once dubbed the queen of hip-hop soul, Blige, 45, was born in the Bronx to a nurse mother and a jazz musician father who left the family when she was a child. After dropping out of high school, she... The Grammy award-winning R&B singer Mary J. Blige on divorce, self‑destruction and redemption. Interview by Danny Scott.
"27.11.2016 16:08:26" www.thetimes.co.uk Muslim women of style: meet the hijabistas Sassy international street stylers wearing fluid velvet, a tour of the biggest sneaker collection in the Middle East and a shopping spread on "Lingerie that will spice up your drawer" - the new... With Vogue launching for the first time in the Gulf, we report on the changing face of fashion in the region.
"27.11.2016 15:41:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Could Donald Trump save Hollywood from the wussies? Republicans make better heroes and better villains Camilla Long says that Donald J. Trump will make Hollywood great again.
"27.11.2016 14:04:59" www.thetimes.co.uk Militant vegans spark fears for abattoir staff A new and militant animal rights campaign has sprung up across Britain - organising pickets, blockades and even invasions of slaughterhouses to "save" the animals inside. The Save Movement has... The Save Movement calls for a “just transition” to a “vegan society” and regards animals as individuals with rights.
"27.11.2016 12:28:29" www.thetimes.co.uk At least eight youth football coaches prosecuted for more than 100 sex offences against 30 victims At least eight youth football coaches associated with the professional and amateur game dating back to the late 1990s have been prosecuted for more than 100 sex offences against 30 victims, a... Lawyers fear that many more cases may have been “hushed up”
"27.11.2016 11:24:58" www.thetimes.co.uk Equality chief blames over-anxious employers for a killjoy approach to Christmas Britain's equality chief has blamed over-anxious employers for a killjoy approach to Christmas and told them not to worry about offending other faiths with festive parties, cards or the Lord's Prayer. Very Grinch-like behaviour
"27.11.2016 10:41:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Buying serial killer's date-rape drug 'as easy as ordering pizza' The revelation comes as Brian Paddick, who was Britain's most senior gay policeman, revealed his lover died after taking the substance.
Former GHB users this weekend told how Grindr made obtaining the drug as easy as “ordering a pizza”. The lethal “date-rape” drug used by the serial killer Stephen Port is openly on sale on the dating app Grindr , a Sunday Times investigation has found.
"27.11.2016 09:43:30" www.thetimes.co.uk GCSE pupils can't spell 'off', 'myself' and 'said' Teenagers sitting English GCSE struggle to spell words such as “myself”, “off”, and “said”, according to a study to be published this week. It reveals that the spelling and punctuation of... Oh my word
"27.11.2016 08:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk My husband is my style counsel, says Theresa May Theresa May's husband, Philip, picks her clothes and handbags when she goes shopping and is revelling in his new role as the prime minister's consort. In an interview with The Sunday Times Magazine... Our #exclusive interview with Theresa May. “He's good at accessories, too, particularly good at choosing handbags and bracelets for presents, and good at flowers.”
"26.11.2016 23:02:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Care is in crisis Times writer Janice Turner comes face to face with the dire care system in Britain and asks what's the future for her own mother? There was the huge, noisy home that stank of chip fat, where the young women ignored their charges to snigger in the kitchen. I tried to find the manager but her office was empty, the floor littered with Quality Street wrappers. We left. Then there was
"26.11.2016 22:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Here's why women are mad about boxing Thanks to a new wave of upmarket clubs, the alpha woman's latest workout of choice is boxing Experts say that boxing training will give you the body of your life (it's also pretty great for stress)
"26.11.2016 21:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk What it's like to be treating patients in east Aleppo Dr Hatem* describes the struggle to help people as medicines and food supplies run short “For 92 days none of the doctors in besieged east Aleppo has taken a single day off."
"26.11.2016 20:37:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn has praised the “heroism” of Fidel Castro Mr Corbyn's left-wing ally Ken Livingstone said that he expected Cuba to move towards western-style democracy after Mr Castro's death. For all his “flaws”, the Cuban revolutionary would be remembered as an “internationalist and a champion of social justice”, Jeremy Corbyn said.
"26.11.2016 20:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk The 100 best wines for winter White wine fans, look out for next week's top 50 Who would have guessed that Aldi would have a cracking claret from a leading Saint Émilion château in the highest top 100 bracket of all?
"26.11.2016 19:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk There's an online cult in Japan that's dedicated to Donald Trump's son For some Japanese, Donald Trump and his brood are as much a source of fascination as alarm. The Japanese-language Twitter account @lovebarrontrump has assembled photographs of “Barron-kun” — Master Barron — at different stages of his short life. Admirers comment on how cute he is, and describe him as a dishy bloke. “I hope he turns out just like
"26.11.2016 19:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 20 seriously fancy places to spend your New Year's Eve 2016 deserves a proper send off. End the year as you mean to start the next: in a 250-acre estate in the Cotswolds, pretending to be a lord or lady of the manor.
"26.11.2016 18:33:01" Timeline Photos If Tony Blair were a bird...
"26.11.2016 17:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk This 28-year-old woman helped win a victory this week for "Generation Rent" The chancellor announced this week that the fees of up to £420 to change the name on a tenancy agreement would be outlawed. Ms Spratt led the campaign against rip-off letting agent fees with the help of her employer, The Debrief , a website aimed at twentysomething women.
"26.11.2016 16:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The foodies' top 40: Best turkey, mince pies, salmon and stilton Experts have selected the ultimate festive list for the 2017 Great Taste Awards. Plus the chefs give us their favourites Just 28 days and 20 hours until Christmas dinner.
"26.11.2016 15:19:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Here's how to be happy Scientists have pinpointed six simple activities that improve mood. Pickle obsessives, you knew the answer to happiness all along.
"26.11.2016 14:04:02" www.thetimes.co.uk From Harambe to a bouncing boxer dog, in 2016 animals became our new celebrity crush A few weeks ago, in Leeds city centre, a candlelit vigil was held for a dead gorilla. It was a public event, open to all, and had been arranged and promoted through Facebook, which is how I came to... "There will never be the same appetite for Picasso as there will be for cute cat videos"
"26.11.2016 13:30:37" www.thetimes.co.uk On social media, anonymity is the mask that licenses hatred 'Have we been introduced?" At the heart of what makes us human - at the very foundation of the customs that govern our association with other humans - stands personal identity. We have to put a... "The power that social media give us to express opinions with impunity has overtaken our ability to civilise its effects"
"26.11.2016 12:12:57" www.thetimes.co.uk Over 1,000 drivers lose licences after failing sight tests More than 1,000 drivers have had their licences revoked after failing to read a numberplate from 20 metres under powers designed to crack down on motorists who pose a safety risk. Figures published... The system, known as “Cassie's Law”, followed a campaign launched after the death of Cassie McCord, 16, who was killed when a car mounted the pavement. The 87-year-old driver had failed a police eye test 3 days earlier but refused to surrender his
"26.11.2016 12:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk JK Rowling's billionaire status returns, despite giving £10.3 million to philanthropic causes in the past year Not so long ago she lost her status as one of the world's select band of billionaires, having given much of her wealth away to charity. With barely the blink of an eye and perhaps a magic spell or... As if by magic
"26.11.2016 11:04:25" www.thetimes.co.uk Facebook used by far-right fanatics to help fund 'migrant hunters' A new British far-right movement is raising funds via Facebook and equipping extremist vigilantes to capture immigrants in eastern Europe. The shadowy organisation styling itself the Knights... An investigation by The Times has established that social media marketing tricks are being used to raise money and support from unsuspecting Facebook users
"26.11.2016 10:01:44" www.thetimes.co.uk Potentially 1.8 billion “Earth-ish” planets that are capable of supporting life Somewhere in a nearby star system, whole spawning pools of Xorglings may already be putting their tentacles up to watch It Ain't Half Hot Mum. One of the world's best-known space scientists has... A leading space scientist has estimated that there could be about 100 radio-transmitting civilisations in the Milky Way, and possibly as many as five billion in the entire Universe
"26.11.2016 08:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Growing numbers of African elephants born without tusks Growing numbers of African elephants are being born without tusks as poachers continue to pick off those specimens with the best ivory - fundamentally changing the gene pool in the process... Almost 1/3 of Africa's elephants have been slaughtered in the past ten years to satisfy the demand for ivory in Asia.
"26.11.2016 07:26:10" www.thetimes.co.uk Brother announces Fidel Castro's death Fidel Castro, the communist revolutionary who ruled Cuba for half a century, has died aged 90. His brother Raúl, who took over as president in 2008, made the announcement on television in the early... Fidel Castro, the communist revolutionary who ruled Cuba for half a century has died, aged 90.
"26.11.2016 06:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Meet the model ambassador who sells British fashion to style-conscious Italians Renowned around the world for their formal, buttoned-down style, Britain's ambassadors are moving from pinstripe to glamour thanks to the fashion sense of the Foreign Office's new envoy to Italy. Jill Morris, the Foreign Office's new envoy to Rome, has been modelling Vivienne Westwood gowns at the embassy residence. http://thetim.es/2fxnBUD
"26.11.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hospital stays for malnutrition soar amid elderly care crisis Admissions to hospital for malnutrition have tripled in a decade, according to official figures which campaigners described as a shocking indicator of problems in wider society. A rising number of... “Real poverty is causing vulnerable people, particularly the elderly, to go hungry and undernourished, so much so that they end up in hospital." http://thetim.es/2gqJQjA
"26.11.2016 03:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Pay to stay in Europe Britons who want to live and work in Europe after Brexit would have to pay for individual EU citizenship under proposals backed by the chief negotiator in the European Parliament. The plans would... Should we be able to pay to be de facto European citizens after we leave the EU? http://thetim.es/2gqFbOm
"25.11.2016 23:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A four-year-old girl from the Ivory Coast crossed the sea on her own A spokeswoman for Save the Children said that many children arriving in Italy were not so lucky. Oumoh's mother, 31, burst into tears when she received a call and was told that her daughter was alive and well in Italy.
"25.11.2016 22:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk This wi-fi collar could tell you where your dog is, how it's feeling and whether it's in good health Hungarian scientists are working on what could be the biggest bound forward in dog technology since the rubber chicken or the tennis ball launcher. We want one.
"25.11.2016 21:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Growing numbers of African elephants are being born without tusks Poachers continue to pick off those specimens with the best ivory — fundamentally changing the gene pool in the process. The species faces local extinctions in some areas, while those that do survive could become virtually tuskless.
"25.11.2016 20:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Who we really want to see in the White House With two Obama biopics due and Trump moving in, we sift through the hundreds of presidents on screen to find the most — and the least — eligible Who's your favourite on screen president?
"25.11.2016 20:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Tesco has pledged to remove all the microbeads from its toiletries Taking a single shower using gel containing microbeads can result in 100,000 being washed down the drain. Well done Tesco
"25.11.2016 19:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Heil 4x4. Ein Volk! Ein Reich! Ein Range Rover! "We shouldn't be increasing the size of parking spaces for the benefit of selfish morons driving nasty urban tanks" Giles Coren doesn't like urban tanks.
"25.11.2016 19:25:55" The unseen sports stars It's impossible not to be inspired by these women and the work they do in their communities
"25.11.2016 18:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk President Erdogan has threatened to allow 3 million refugees to travel from Turkey to Europe Mr Erdogan's speech in Ankara was the most forceful in a string of recent warnings to the EU. "If you go too far, the border gates will be opened”, he said. “It is us, who are feeding the 3 to 3.5 million refugees in Turkey. You [the EU] broke your promises . . . You have never treated humanity honestly.”
"25.11.2016 17:14:04" www.thetimes.co.uk One in five British Sikhs has been the victim of racist abuse or discrimination in the past 12 months More than two thirds of Sikhs living in Britain were born in Britain, with almost 90 per cent considering themselves British. The report, seen by The Times, documents discrimination from public officials and states: “The most common example quoted was police officers, but also included teachers and lecturers, doctors, nurses, local council staff and … security staff at airports
"25.11.2016 15:01:02" Football is hit by major child abuse allegations As allegations of coaches abusing their position to groom young players surfaces, we ask could the FA have acted sooner?
"25.11.2016 14:57:31" www.thetimes.co.uk 1 in 10 Black Friday bargains are never used Huge discounts online and on the high street today will later lead to a mountain of waste being sent to landfill as bargain hunters buy millions of goods they will never use, retail analysts have... Did you grab a #BlackFriday bargain? More than 14 million Britons are expected to spend a record £1.96 billion in total today, a 20% increase on last year.
"25.11.2016 14:31:39" www.thetimes.co.uk Newly released government files reveal Thatcher's radical NHS plans Margaret Thatcher secretly fought to keep alive radical plans to dismantle the welfare state even after they caused a cabinet "riot", according to newly released government files. The proposals... If Margaret Thatcher had had her way, the NHS would have been replaced with an insurance-based service.
"25.11.2016 14:23:39" Sunday Times Food Why not try Florence Knight's mushroom, pearl barley and parmesan risotto, a perfect winter warmer! For those already starting to think about dinner...
"25.11.2016 13:14:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Sleepy town exposed as a hub for sex sites Nestled above the Derwent Valley with views over the Pennines, Consett is probably best known for its long-gone steelworks and as the birthplace of the comedian Rowan Atkinson. The town in Co... More than 400 local residents are directors of shell companies for online businesses that have generated millions of pounds selling everything from hardcore porn to diet pills.
"25.11.2016 12:48:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Smartphone app slims children's faces A smartphone app that slims down children's faces to make them look more like celebrities has been criticised as irresponsible by charities. The Slim Booth app allows users to change the shape of... The advert features children and jokes it is an affordable alternative to plastic surgery.
"25.11.2016 11:28:31" www.thetimes.co.uk British welfare benefits 'funded Paris and Brussels terrorists' British welfare benefits were sent to France by a courier known as the man in the hat to fund the terrorist cell responsible for the attacks in Paris and Brussels, it has been alleged. Mohamed... British welfare benefits were sent to France by a courier known as the man in the hat to fund the terrorist cell responsible for the attacks in Paris and Brussels.
"25.11.2016 10:59:27" www.thetimes.co.uk Bipolar disorder drug price raised from £3 to £87 A drug company has continued to increase the price of a common treatment for bipolar disorder despite a government campaign against similar abuses of NHS pricing rules. The price of a pack of... The drug's sole UK manufacturer, Essential Generics, has been able to impose large price increases by exploiting a loophole in NHS pricing rules.
"25.11.2016 10:26:10" www.thetimes.co.uk Harrowing call to 999 operator before 119mph crash A motorist made a desperate 999 call while he was hurtling along a motorway at 119 mph claiming that his cruise control was stuck, an inquest was told. Kaushal Gandhi, 32, was still on the phone to... “My car is not coming out of the cruise control . . . It is not letting me stop."
"25.11.2016 08:49:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Philip Collins: Here's why Le Pen is more dangerous than Trump Democracy, Albert Camus wrote in The Rebel, is more important for what it prevents than for what it allows. His insight is going to be tested now that the United States has a president-elect who... Is Le Pen more dangerous than Trump?
"25.11.2016 06:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Major: Tyranny of the majority must not set Brexit terms Britain's departure from the European Union must not be dictated by the "tyranny of the majority", Sir John Major has warned. The former prime minister told guests at a private dinner in... Should we be listening to Sir John Major and Tony Blair over Brexit?
"25.11.2016 05:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Queen and duke mark award's diamond anniversary For most teenagers the Duke of Edinburgh's Award is all about hiking in the rain and getting lost in the Welsh mountains. For one girl, however, it was all about learning how to pole dance. The... The Earl of Wessex told the congregation how one Duke of Edinburgh's Award participant said to him she really wanted to learn pole dancing.
"25.11.2016 03:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Met failings leave young children at risk of abuse Hundreds of children are left at risk of sexual exploitation and rape because of systemic failings by Britain's biggest police force, a watchdog has found. Three quarters of child protection and... There is alarm that despite the focus on child exploitation and abuse scandals in Rotherham, Rochdale and Oxford, the Met has not improved its performance.
"25.11.2016 00:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Europe must spend more on defence, says Nato head European nations must fall into line with Britain and fulfil their defence spending commitments to avoid souring relations with the US, Jens Stoltenberg, Nato's secretary-general, told Theresa May... Nato's secretary-general tells Theresa May that European nations must fulfil their defence spending commitments to avoid unpleasant relations with the US
"24.11.2016 23:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk I fulfilled my childhood dream, says retired Gerrard Steven Gerrard has announced his retirement as a player following a brilliant career which saw him fulfil his dreams with Liverpool and play for LA Galaxy and England. The 36-year-old said he... Following a brilliant career, Steven Gerrard has announced his retirement as a player
“I have had an incredible career and am thankful for each and every moment of my time at Liverpool, England and LA Galaxy,”
"24.11.2016 22:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Dozens of workers have been killed at a £900m building site A platform collapsed this morning at the site of a power plant in China leaving at least 40 construction workers dead and many more feared dead. At least 40 construction workers have been killed after a platform collapsed at the site of a power plant in China.
"24.11.2016 21:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The dark side to this Christmas white lie It is a betrayal that psychiatrists say “has to be questioned”. What evil are they talking about? It is, of course, the patron saint of our post-truth world: Saint Nick. Is it time for this “collective lie on a global scale” to end?
"24.11.2016 20:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk A Man has been fined for punching a baby in the supermarket David Hardy, 64, said he thought Elsie Temple, who was five days old, was a doll when he struck her in the face at a Tesco. David Hardy, the man who punched a baby in Tesco, has now been convicted of assault and fined £900 as well as £100 in compensation and £500 towards prosecution costs
"24.11.2016 19:32:04" Codebreakers return to Bletchley Park Bletchley Park has been brought back into service to train the next generation of codebreakers.
"24.11.2016 18:11:07" Black Friday is just hours away Black Friday is just hours away, with prices being slashed on high streets.
"24.11.2016 16:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Far-right extremism surges as spotlight falls on jihadist threats Far-right referrals to Prevent, the government's anti-extremism programme, outnumber referrals about Muslim extremism in some parts of the country, the National Police Chiefs' Council has revealed. The National Police Chiefs' Council has revealed that referrals about far-right extremism now outnumbers referrals about Muslim extremism in some parts of the country
"24.11.2016 14:35:02" www.thetimes.co.uk British gin renaissance under threat The British gin renaissance is under threat from a combination of bad weather in the Balkans and a storm in the currency markets. A poor harvest of juniper berries has followed a cool summer in... First marmite, now gin! #Brexit
"24.11.2016 14:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Hipchips What a time to be alive. Great: another Trump fanboy counting down the sleeps to January? Who? My joy is because a crisp restaurant has opened in Soho.How common. They just serve crisps - literally? Prepare yourself for the new crisp-only (and occasional dip) restaurant Hipchips - coming soon to London
"24.11.2016 14:10:43" www.thetimes.co.uk Codebreakers are returning to school at Bletchley Park Buildings at Bletchley Park, where Alan Turing and a crew of gifted "boffins and debs" cracked German ciphers during the Second World War, will be brought back into service to train the next... The first intake will arrive in September 2018 after a £5 million renovation of the brick building that housed codebreakers charged with unravelling Enigma.
"24.11.2016 13:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Teenager who fed pigeon has case dropped A teenager has won her legal fight against a "crazy" council that took her to court for feeding a chip to a pigeon. Lauren-Paige Smith, 19, was initially given a £25 on-the-spot fine by a council... Lauren-Paige Smith, 19, was initially given a £25 on-the-spot fine by a council worker for littering by sharing a McDonald's french fry with the bird while on a lunch break in Swansea.
"24.11.2016 12:25:04" www.thetimes.co.uk David Aaronovitch: Dog-whistle politics can be a deadly game In the aftermath of Jo Cox's murder last June a dismal row broke out on social media. According to early witness reports, her attacker had shouted "Britain first" or something like it several times... "Extreme nationalism of the kind that inspired Jo Cox's murderer was given an outlet during the referendum campaign"
"24.11.2016 11:46:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Light drinking may reduce stroke risk A couple of drinks a day reduces the risk of the most common type of stroke by about a tenth. However, any more than that increases the risk of the most deadly strokes, according to a summary of 27... No need to feel too guilty about indulging this Christmas...
"24.11.2016 11:08:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Does The Crown bend the truth about the Windsors? The £100 million drama The Crown is fiction based on the lives of real people, some very much alive and national figures. Yet there are others who lead essentially private lives, who are virtually... Fact v fiction: just how much of The Crown is true?
"24.11.2016 09:37:34" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain has highest use of cocaine The percentage of young adults consuming cocaine is higher in the UK than in any other European country, according to a report from the European Commission and the OECD. Proud citizens: Britain has been given the unwanted title of the European capital of cocaine use and gonorrhoea.
"24.11.2016 08:35:09" www.thetimes.co.uk Fifa charges Welsh FA over fans wearing poppies Fifa has been accused of taking leave of its senses over disciplinary action against the Welsh and Northern Irish football associations after supporters wore poppies in the stands during matches... Has FIFA "taken leave of its senses"?
"24.11.2016 07:26:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Suicide' of three freshers in first weeks at Bristol The University of Bristol is investigating the suspected suicides of three new students since the start of the academic year. They died in unrelated incidents at their halls of residence and none... Three students have died in suspected suicides since the start of the academic year at the University of Bristol
"24.11.2016 06:00:08" www.thetimes.co.uk Warning over far right after MP's killer jailed The conviction of a white nationalist terrorist for murdering the Labour MP Jo Cox prompted warnings from police yesterday about the rise of the violent far right. Thomas Mair, a neo-Nazi who... Anti-fascist campaigners say the growing neo-Nazi movement could embolden other lone wolves. http://thetim.es/2gjwXb6
"24.11.2016 05:10:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Go west: Farage plans new life in US He said that he wanted his country back but now Nigel Farage is planning to abandon it in favour of a new life in the United States. The interim Ukip leader, who is due to hand over the reins to a... Now you really are spoiling us, Nigel. http://thetim.es/2gjpE31
"24.11.2016 02:59:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Hammond builds for Brexit Philip Hammond pumped £26 billion into the economy yesterday to help it to weather Brexit negotiations and emerge in better shape to cope outside the European Union. The chancellor helped himself... Is Hammond right to spend his way out of the Brexit gloom? http://thetim.es/2fqDJHk
"24.11.2016 00:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The man who made Sweaty Betty a multi-million pound Hollywood brand SPONSORED: From Notting Hill to LA - we talk to the Sweaty Betty chief about taking the brand abroad His advice for anyone looking to do the same? “You can't take anything for granted.”
"23.11.2016 23:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Mr Careful has few surprises for those just about managing to stay awake Patrick Kidd's autumn statement sketch. The verdict on today's autumn statement from the chancellor and HM Treasury
"23.11.2016 22:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk There's no sympathy in China for a woman savaged by a tiger The woman was killed trying to rescue her daughter from a tiger in a wildlife park. “I've never seen such shameless people,” one poster wrote on Sina Weibo, China's equivalent of Twitter, where the overwhelming majority of comments supported the park.
"23.11.2016 21:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk A 9-year-old girl was ordered off a bus in -30C because she lost her ticket Ms Koltysheva's mother Irina said her daughter arrived home an hour and 20 minutes late, upset but unharmed. Many have asked why no other passengers intervened
"23.11.2016 20:51:04" Autumn Statement Some key facts from today's autumn statement, Phillip Hammond's first since becoming chancellor
"23.11.2016 19:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hammond is right to cut the meddling in half Doing away with what was effectively a second budget suggests the chancellor favours strategy over political gimmicks But do you think Hammond used today's opportunity as well as he needed to?
"23.11.2016 19:03:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Dinosaurs and wine: Sam Neill knows how to live The year Jurassic Park broke the box office, the actor Sam Neill began a double life — as a vigneron When he's not hanging out with dinosaurs, Sam Neill is a bona fide vigneron
"23.11.2016 18:40:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Brendan Cox pays a moving tribute to his late wife For the past week the family of Jo Cox have been forced to sit silently in court and relive — in the most painful, intricate detail — the frenzied attack in which she was brutally murdered. “The killing of Jo was in my view a political act, an act of terrorism — but in the history of such acts it was perhaps the most incompetent and self-defeating. An act driven by hatred which instead has created an outpouring of love.”
"23.11.2016 17:46:16" Ferrero_Rocher_Times_231116_V2.mov A far less welcome Kinder Egg surprise...
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"23.11.2016 17:24:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain is to borrow another £122 billion over the next five years Gulp. About half the extra debt is needed due to the uncertainty caused by Britons' decision to leave the EU.
"23.11.2016 16:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Carol Midgley: Sit down, men. What I've got to say about peeing may change your life The Germans have a word for this: Sitzpinkler Why do so many adult men seem unable to pee straight?
"23.11.2016 15:28:35" www.thetimes.co.uk The pension watchdog is being urged to seize Green's yacht Sir Philip's family controls a huge array of assets, including the Lionheart yacht, estimated to be worth £100 million It is expected to be a tough session for Ms Titcomb who has come under immense pressure to compel Sir Philip to, as he put it, “sort” the BHS pension scheme, which has a deficit of at least £571 million.
"23.11.2016 14:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Pensioner used secret compartments in furniture to hide €3.5m worth of gold coins from 'greedy taxman' A Frenchman who inherited a house in Normandy from a relative has discovered gold worth €3.5 million hidden throughout the property. His celebrations are being shared by French government officials... The tax man will claim 45 per cent of the sum in inheritance tax, as well as a 'wealth tax' bill of about €35,000.
"23.11.2016 13:30:40" www.thetimes.co.uk Jo Cox's husband gives moving speech after far-right extremist is found guilty of her murder In a brutal attack he shot her three times at close range and stabbed her 15 times A jury at the Old Bailey took less than two hours to convict Thomas Mair of the brutal murder of MP Jo Cox.
"23.11.2016 13:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk South London couple jailed for sending money to jihadist nephew fighting for Islamic State in Syria Mohammed Golamaully, known as Iqbal, also encouraged his niece, Lubnaa, to send pictures of dead children to her mother to try to radicalise her, the Old Bailey was told He was so well-connected within Isis that he knew in advance about the attack on Charlie Hebdo.
"23.11.2016 12:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk The first ever recorded crime on tiny island populated by monks Apart from the lowing of cows and the calls of seabirds, little disturbs the peace of Caldey Island off southwest Wales. Especially considering that the Trappist monks who also live there observe a... The tiny island off southwest Wales is home to just 40 people, including 18 monks who make their living producing cheese and chocolate.
"23.11.2016 11:04:40" Sunday Times Food Cook up a delicious cheeseburger taco with Neil Rankin, owner and chef at newly opened barbecue restaurant temper in Soho Cook up a delicious cheeseburger taco with Neil Rankin, owner and chef at newly opened barbecue restaurant temper in Soho
"23.11.2016 10:25:29" www.thetimes.co.uk Four-year-old girl among those killed by tipper truck A four-year-old girl and three men were killed when the brakes failed Four-year-old Mitzi died instantly when the 32-tonne HGV struck her as she crossed the road with her grandmother.
"23.11.2016 09:31:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Anger as Trump says he will not lock up Clinton Donald Trump risked alienating some of his most fervent followers yesterday when he said that he would not pursue a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton and rejected the support of extreme... Mr Trump declared it would be “very, very divisive” for the country to prosecute Hillary Clinton.
"23.11.2016 08:21:02" www.thetimes.co.uk How I escaped my arranged marriage You may have seen them while passing through Stamford Hill in north London or Prestwich in Manchester and wondered about their lives. I know I have. Who were these men walking together with their... Emily Green was ostracised by her ultra-orthodox Jewish family when she left her husband. Now she is helping others do it too.
"23.11.2016 07:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Jihadists 'plot Christmas market attacks' Islamist jihadists are planning terror attacks in Europe at Christmas events, American authorities have warned. Islamic State and al-Qaeda plan to target festivities across the Continent, according... US officials say the warning is based on "credible information".
"23.11.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Nearly 200 refugees are landing on Greece's shores every day Nearly 200 asylum seekers are landing on Greece's shores every day in a sudden upsurge prompted by intensifying fighting in Syria. Relief workers have warned that "children, the elderly and the... In case you forgot
"23.11.2016 05:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk The national debt has hit a 50-year high Britain's national debt will balloon to levels that match France for the first time in more than 25 years, government figures are expected to reveal today. Public debt as a share of GDP will touch... £1.9 trillion by 2020.
"23.11.2016 03:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Rip-off' letting agent fees will be banned Letting agents will be banned from imposing "rip-off" fees that cost renters up to £380 million a year, it will be announced today. Philip Hammond, the chancellor, will use his first autumn... About time?
"22.11.2016 23:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The secret habits of antisocial Brits (that's you, party pooper) Carol Midgley's column "Hey, you over there — no, don't look away and pretend to be reading your Greggs till receipt — I have a question. Do you ever blank your friends?"
"22.11.2016 22:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk A British woman arrested in Dubai after reporting a rape is to return home The 25-year-old told police she had been been violently raped by two British men in a hotel room while holidaying in the city. Police sources had told The Times the case hinged on mobile phone footage which, at the time, was still being reviewed.
"22.11.2016 21:03:06" www.thetimes.co.uk A two-year-old boy was in the car as his mother was dragged through streets The two-year-old son of a woman who had a cord tied around her neck and was dragged through the streets of a German town behind a car was in the vehicle during her ordeal, police said. The father... His mother, Kader K, 28, had a noose around her neck, which was attached to the vehicle's tow bar. Police said that she was dragged through several streets and the incident only ended when the rope snapped and she was thrown on to the pavement, where she
"22.11.2016 20:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Tories mustn't lose their nerve on austerity Here's a tale to consider as you listen to tomorrow's autumn statement... Do you agree?
"22.11.2016 20:11:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Eurovision star fraudulently claimed £52,000 in benefits A British singer who scored zero points in the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest as one half of the pop duo Jemini has been convicted of fraudulently claiming £52,000 in benefits. Gemma Creighton-Abbey... Gemma Creighton-Abbey had been claiming tax credits as a single mother. Her deception came to light when officials discovered photos of her getting married in the Mediterranean.
"22.11.2016 19:33:07" www.thetimes.co.uk Should we give offenders tougher community sentences instead of jail? The country's most senior judge has called for fewer offenders to be jailed. Overcrowded prisons are experiencing rising violence, riots and disturbances as well as self-inflicted deaths and self-harm.
"22.11.2016 19:02:05" www.thetimes.co.uk A group of animal lovers rammed into a lorry to save dogs from the dinner pot A group of dog lovers in northern China crashed a car into a lorry carrying 320 dogs, likely to their slaughter, in a rescue attempt One dog lover, a Ms Zhang from Tianjin city, told Chinese media she rushed to the scene where she found her missing golden retriever on board the crowded truck with hundreds of other whimpering dogs, many in poor condition. “I saw several dogs had died
"22.11.2016 18:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump won't be prosecuting “Crooked Hillary” Donald Trump's pledge to send Hillary Clinton to jail was one of the key messages of his campaign. Trump supporters aren't happy.
"22.11.2016 18:03:57" British inventor's engine appears to defy laws of physics Breaking the laws of physics, the EmDrive could bust space travel records.
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"22.11.2016 17:21:07" www.thetimes.co.uk A woman has been swept to her death in the UK storms A Kent police spokesman said that she “sadly passed away despite efforts from emergency services to save her”. This weather has caused delays, destruction and even death.
"22.11.2016 16:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Could a vitamin drip really reboot my tired brain? There are various things that can make you nervous before undergoing a controversial medical procedure. One is when you are told that the treatment was pioneered behind the Iron Curtain. The other... The latest trend among burnt-out professionals is a controversial procedure designed to help you think clearly. But does it work?
"22.11.2016 15:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump's grandfather was kicked out of Germany for dodging military service Donald Trump's grandfather was barred from settling in his native Germany after returning from America because he had dodged military service 20 years earlier, newly discovered documents reveal. The papers, found among the dusty archives of a German town, show how the president-elect's grandfather was expelled from his Fatherland.
"22.11.2016 14:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Richard Branson's Virgin to bankroll Blairite plot to derail Brexit A campaign group is being set up by former Blairite ministers to push for a second referendum on Europe, it was claimed last night. Alan Milburn, Douglas Alexander and Lord Hutton of Furness, key... Former Blairite ministers are setting up a campaign group to push for a second referendum on Europe funded by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group, according to leaked emails.
"22.11.2016 13:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 10 out of 11 Supreme Court judges are white men The Supreme Court's top judge admitted that it suffers from a "marked lack of diversity" as he announced his retirement and confirmed that half of his fellow justices were also standing down. Lord... All 11 justices are white, ten are male and only two did not go to private school. Should this lack of diversity be a cause for concern?
"22.11.2016 11:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Exclusive interview with new McLaren boss Zak Brown Zak Brown could be forced to defuse a tense meeting with the man whose job he has taken at McLaren if they meet at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend. Brown was announced as McLaren's new... “I want McLaren to be at the forefront of Formula One — where it belongs.” – Zak Brown.
"22.11.2016 10:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk “Designer vagina” surgeons may face FGM charges The question is whether it is in the public interest to prosecute “We cannot tell communities in Sierra Leone and Somalia to stop a practice which is freely permitted in Harley Street,” said the home affairs select committee.
"22.11.2016 09:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Patients may have to show passport for treatment as NHS fails to recover money spent on treating people from abroad Patients may have to bring two forms of ID, including a passport, to hospitals because the NHS is failing to recover millions of pounds spent on treating people from abroad each year, the... Senior health officials admitted that they were “light years away” from securing the £500 million predicted to be spent on overseas patients next year.
"22.11.2016 08:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Putin tests Trump's resolve with missile deployment that threatens Europe Russia is deploying short-range ballistic missiles to its western European enclave, it emerged yesterday as President Putin threatened "counter-measures" against Nato expansion. A senior Russian MP... Russia says this is a response to Nato expansion. How will president-elect Trump respond?
"22.11.2016 07:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk We should punish liars who pose as war heroes, MPs say A criminal offence should be created to punish "military impostors" who wear medals they did not earn, MPs said. The deceitful wearing of decorations damages the integrity of the military honours... They want it to be a criminal offence.
"22.11.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Demand for more cuts 'threatens future of the NHS' The NHS is fighting an "endemic and unsustainable" cash crisis with risky and untested savings plans, the spending watchdog has said. A split is emerging at the top of the government over whether... The health service is in an “endemic and unsustainable” cash crisis, the spending watchdog said.
"22.11.2016 05:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Stalker miaowed outside Keira Knightley's home A man with a cat obsession stalked Keira Knightley, sending her pictures and miaowing through her letterbox, a court was told yesterday. Mark Revill drew a large chalk arrow on the pavement... He left her a USB stick containing cat music.
"22.11.2016 03:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Sick babies shifted from house to house as bombs shut Aleppo clinics When the bombs land on hospitals, the doctors know what to do. Gathering up the babies in their blankets, they rush through the dust-filled streets to their next, often temporary, home. The... Doctors are convinced that the regime is looking for clues to where patients are being taken so that they can be targeted again.
"21.11.2016 21:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Playboys 'more likely to have mental health issues' Just possibly, on a bed made of $100 notes at the heart of a superyacht freighted with tame monkeys and nubile glamour models, Justin Bieber is sobbing wordlessly into one of his gold lamé pillows... Researchers claimed they are more likely to suffer from depression and bipolar disorder
"21.11.2016 20:30:02" Timeline Photos Autumn Statement: Prepare for winter #Brexit
"21.11.2016 20:01:05" The perils of Indian railways A deadly train accident in India has shown the dangers of travelling by rail.
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"21.11.2016 20:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk British children are among the least active in world Simon Stevens, head of NHS England, called for radical changes in family routines, describing exercise as a magic pill that would be a “pharmaceutical blockbuster” Shockingly, just 15% of girls and 22% of boys manage one hour of exercise per day
"21.11.2016 18:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Irn-Bru sales soar as SNP drinks to Commons success Irn-Bru sales in parliament have soared since the SNP's sweeping gains in last year's general election. Sales of the fizzy drink increased by about 60 per cent in the year after the Scottish... Sales of Irn-Bru are up 60% in parliament since the SNP's sweeping gains in last year's general election.
"21.11.2016 17:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The Broadway king and that spat with Trump The night before, in New York, Pence had been booed by fellow audience members as he watched the show, which is (if you're not up to speed about racially diverse, hip-hop retellings of the story of Alexander Hamilton, one of the founding fathers of Lin-Manuel Miranda didn't yet know it, but at the same time as the creator of the Broadway musical #Hamilton was talking to us in a hotel room in London, Donald Trump was tweeting his outrage about Miranda's show.
"21.11.2016 16:26:59" Violent behaviour at the Siena Palio horse race turns criminal. Violent behaviour at the Siena Palio horse race turns criminal.
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"21.11.2016 16:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk 20 dead after naughty monkey attacks schoolgirl At least 20 people have died in Libya during five days of fierce clashes that erupted after a tribesman's monkey attacked a schoolgirl from a rival clan. The fighting in Sabha city broke out after... Machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades, tanks, mortars and sniper rifles were deployed in a street war that erupted as one tribe took revenge for the monkey attack.
"21.11.2016 15:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A man was bitten by snakes twice in three days An Australian teenager who was bitten by a venomous snake last week has been forced to make a return trip to hospital only three days later Well that's some bad luck.
"21.11.2016 14:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexiteers' bar room bravado will backfire Ten years ago a cult book called The Game sold millions by giving hope to men that they could pull an HB (hot babe) if they used some clever tactics. The core pick-up technique was "negging"... Do the EU need us more than we need it or will the bravado backfire?
"21.11.2016 13:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Nick Clegg leads cross-party call for legalisation of cannabis Cannabis should be legalised to bring Britain in line with a growing number of western countries and end the "embarrassment" of the domestic drugs policy, a cross-party group of MPs said. Nick... Should cannabis be legalised?
"21.11.2016 12:20:38" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain won't let businesses suffer from a dramatic Brexit Brexit supporters fear this means we may effectively remain in large parts of the EU for the better part of the next decade. Theresa May: “Obviously as we look at the negotiation we want to get the arrangement that is going to work best for the UK and the arrangement that is going to work best for business in the UK. And I'm conscious that there will be issues that will need to
"21.11.2016 11:21:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Babies removed from incubators as Aleppo loses its last hospital to Russian airstikes The last working hospitals in the rebel-held east of the Syrian city of Aleppo, including the only clinic for children, have been knocked out of action by regime attacks and Russian airstrikes. The babies were seen lined up on a concrete floor with ventilator tubes still up their noses. A nurse swaddled them in blankets in an attempt to keep them warm.
"21.11.2016 10:21:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Farage and Blair set to make political comebacks Nigel Farage and Tony Blair are both heading for political comebacks next year as they take prominent roles on opposing sides of the debate over Brexit. The interim Ukip leader appeared to tear up... Nigel Farage and Tony Blair are both heading for political comebacks next year as they take prominent roles on opposing sides of the debate over Brexit.
"21.11.2016 09:20:48" Timeline Photos Did the mainstream media cost Hillary Clinton the election?
"21.11.2016 08:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Tinder for teenagers' could put teenage girls at risk of sexual predators, says NSPCC The NSPCC has warned that an app labelled "Tinder for teenagers" is putting young people at risk of predators by having no checks on users' ages. The Yellow app, the second most popular free... Many of the girls whose profiles were seen were only 13 or 14 years old. There are no checks to stop adults viewing the profiles and contacting the girls.
"21.11.2016 07:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Facebook promises 500 new jobs for post-Brexit Britain Facebook will today pledge to create 500 more jobs in the UK in another vote of confidence from America's technology giants in post-Brexit Britain. Google last week reaffirmed its commitment to the... Like.
"21.11.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk May pledges tax cuts to win back business vote Theresa May will try to repair her damaged relationship with business leaders when she promises today to match Donald Trump's plans to slash corporation tax. The prime minister will insist that she... Should she match Donald Trump's plans to slash corporation tax?
"21.11.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Bannon: Trump dominance can be 'as good as the 1930s' Donald Trump's chief White House strategist has promised to build an "economic nationalist movement" that "will be as exciting as the 1930s" and lead to his political heirs ruling America for the... “Darkness is good. Dick Cheney. Darth Vader. Satan. That's power."
"21.11.2016 03:00:08" www.thetimes.co.uk Clegg leads cross-party call to legalise cannabis Cannabis should be legalised to bring Britain in line with a growing number of western countries and end the "embarrassment" of the domestic drugs policy, a cross-party group of MPs said. Nick... Do you agree with Nick?
"20.11.2016 21:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Fantastic beasts and how to create them Muggles the world over were left spellbound last week as the new JK Rowling film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, hit the big screens. Described by Rowling as an "extension" of Harry... JK Rowling's new film is set 70 years before Harry Potter went to Hogwarts and features magical creatures causing havoc in 1920s New York. The artists reveal their beastly evolution to Ellie Austin
"20.11.2016 20:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk In the rubble of Aleppo, children cry out for your help If 12-year-old Aya ever encountered a genie, her wish would be simple. "I would choose to be back with my mother and father," she says, trying hard not to cry. "My brothers would come back to life... As bombs rain down and food runs out, children are suffering. But you can support the young victims of war in Syria, Iraq and Yemen with The Sunday Times Christmas Appeal (open access )
"20.11.2016 19:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Badger family sett up for life in £313,000 home The Environment Agency (EA) has spent £313,000 providing a new luxury home for a badger family. The agency created a larder, sleeping area, communal space and latrine for the animals, linked by... Struggling to buy your first home? These badgers have it sorted thanks to the Environment Agency.
"20.11.2016 18:39:38" www.thetimes.co.uk Jessica Whelan, age 4, dies A four-year-old girl, whose father used photography to highlight her struggle with cancer, has died. Jessica Whelan's father, Andy, published poignant images of his daughter online as she was... “No longer does she suffer, no longer does she feel the pain of the physical constraints of her body."
"20.11.2016 17:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Love trumps hate and despair turns to debauchery for the Millennials of Manhattan To be in febrile New York the week after the Trumpocalypse was to realise that every cloud, even the most orange-tinted bouffant one, can have a silver lining. Millennials living in the epicentre... Read about the "Trump-inspired shagathon" that has swept New York since the election.
"20.11.2016 16:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 9 in 10 female students groped in clubs Ella Theaker had been enjoying an evening out at a Cardiff nightclub when she was approached by a man she did not know who thrust his hand up her skirt and groped her. Perhaps more shockingly, her... 91% of female students at British universities claimed to have been groped in a nightclub either on or off campus.
"20.11.2016 15:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Child of 7 signed up for body freezing Children as young as seven are being signed up to be frozen after their death by the organisation at the centre of the controversy over cryonics. Cryonics UK, which prepares bodies for long-term... Cryonics UK, which prepares bodies for long-term frozen storage in the US, said it had about “four or five” children on its membership list.
"20.11.2016 15:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Roger Moore: 10 tips on how to be a man Roger Moore probably sleeps in a tie, and when we meet in a London hotel suite, the veteran Bond is dressed exactly as you would expect. It is impossible to sit with him and not hear an anecdote... The former James Bond actor, now nearly 90, has some old-school advice...
"20.11.2016 14:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Katie Price: What it's like to be married to a sex addict Katie Price has a pair of enormous, beautiful, enthralling green eyes. It's a pity they don't get as much media attention as her other outstanding feature, her boobs. You will be glad to hear they... “I'm not tough at all. I think I am, but I'm not. I'm an idiot. I seem independent because I support myself, but it doesn't match up to what I'm like emotionally — needy, insecure.” – Katie Price
"20.11.2016 13:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Carving out Trump's new world order It Can't Happen Here. That was the title of Sinclair Lewis's 1935 novel in which the fascistic Berzelius "Buzz" Windrip is elected president and within months transforms the US into an American Reich. It Can't Happen Here. That was the title of Sinclair Lewis's 1935 novel in which the fascistic Berzelius “Buzz” Windrip is elected president and within months transforms the US into an American Reich. Well, maybe it just did happen here.
"20.11.2016 12:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk In the rubble of Aleppo, children cry out for your help If 12-year-old Aya ever encountered a genie, her wish would be simple. "I would choose to be back with my mother and father," she says, trying hard not to cry. "My brothers would come back to life... As bombs rain down and food runs out, children are suffering. But you can support the young victims of war in Syria, Iraq and Yemen with The Sunday Times Christmas Appeal. (Open access )
"20.11.2016 11:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Farage's politics have always been about influencing the Conservatives After revolutionising pop music, the Sex Pistols split up while playing America for the first and only time. Mid-mayhem, Johnny Rotten gave a telling answer to a reporter's question: "Are the Sex... Adam Boulton: Nigel Farage is the most successful politician of his generation and doesn't need to rot away in the Lords.
"20.11.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk “Mad Dog” General James Mattis in line for Trump's hawk cabinet A marine corps general renowned for his enthusiasm for killing the enemy is being considered by Donald Trump to lead the Pentagon, writes Toby Harnden. General James Mattis, who retired in 2013... He was reported to have likened Islam to “a cancer” and said “fear of Muslims is rational”, accusing Obama of lying about the threat of Islamist terrorism.
"20.11.2016 09:25:37" www.thetimes.co.uk It's The Apprentice all over again as Donald Trump begins piecing together his White House administration They came to pay their tributes at the court of the new king. A parade of acolytes and celebrities, relatives and billionaires, loyalists and chastened foes crossed the marbled atrium of Trump... Potential appointees are referred to by aides as 'finalists' as they publicly audition for jobs.
"20.11.2016 08:35:23" www.thetimes.co.uk Sunday Times journalist AA Gill on being diagnosed with cancer I've got cancer. Sorry to drop that onto the breakfast table apropos of nothing at all. Apropos and cancer are rarely found in the same sentence. I wasn't going to mention it, the way you don't. In... The Sunday Times critic has revealed he's been diagnosed with cancer. He hasn't made a bucket list, he won't be 'fighting' the disease — and he feels blessed.
"20.11.2016 07:42:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Queen will invite Trump to Windsor Donald Trump is to be invited to meet the Queen as the government deploys its "secret weapon" to cement close ties with the new American president. Plans to roll out the red carpet for Trump with a... The Queen is Theresa May's secret weapon. Nigel Farage can't get Trump an audience with Her Majesty...
"19.11.2016 21:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Giles Coren: Monstrous machines are munching our words Ever since Apple's latest software update of iOS10 in late September my phone has been offering me not just predictions of the words I'm typing when I text and email, but emojis to replace the... Does it annoy you too that the iPhone now insists on changing language into emojis?
"19.11.2016 20:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk How the dog knows you're coming home What's the time, Mr Wolf? Well, it's probably something like two sniffs of a smelly sock and one diminishing odour of owner o'clock. A leading dog scientist has suggested that dogs can tell the... A leading dog scientist has suggested that dogs can tell the time using their sense of smell, and that this is the real reason they can also work out to be ready for when their owner returns.
"19.11.2016 19:30:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Chinese sniffy about first unisex loo Many public lavatories in China stink to high heaven, Zhao Nianfang, a cleaner in Shanghai, admits, but not her well-scrubbed facility - and not a rival opening a street away. "I heard it's a... Rage against the latrine! To celebrate #WorldToiletDay China's financial capital has opened the first unisex facility designed to cut the long queues often faced by women.
"19.11.2016 18:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Plot spoilers playing a Game of Drones G4S, the security company that guards the sets of the HBO show in Northern Ireland, where most scenes are shot, said that drones were being flown over the set by fans of the series and people hoping to sell spoilers of the seventh season, which is due to Forget fearsome dragons or swarms of bloodflies, the biggest threat from the skies to the heroes and villains of Game of Thrones comes from plastic drones trying to steal a spoiler.
"19.11.2016 17:30:02" Timeline Photos The wall nut (Trumpus bumptious): flourishes in the shade of walls and fences.
"19.11.2016 16:30:08" www.thetimes.co.uk Tram driver filmed 'sleeping' at controls near fatal crash site A video has emerged which appears to show a tram driver falling asleep at the controls three miles from where a crash killed seven passengers. London mayor Sadiq Khan pledged to "take any necessary... The short video, shot by a passenger using a mobile phone in April, shows a driver nodding off and struggling to remain upright while the tram is in motion.
"19.11.2016 15:42:32" www.thetimes.co.uk I want my children to have simple goals, says William The Duke of Cambridge, who has a fortune estimated at £30 million, has said that he is worried that his children might grow up to be too materialistic. He would rather they had simple aspirations... Prince William has admitted he's struggled with parenthood at times.
"19.11.2016 14:21:08" www.thetimes.co.uk The man who landed a passenger plane in the Hudson river We'd been in the air for about 95 seconds, and had not yet risen to 3,000ft feet when I saw them. "Birds!" I said to First Officer Jeff Skiles, who was at the controls with me on Flight 1549 from... Pilot Chesley B Sullenberger describes the remarkable three-minute descent that inspired a Hollywood movie.
"19.11.2016 13:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain closes the door on child refugees Hundreds of lone child refugees who were promised the chance of a new life in Britain are being told that they will not be allowed to come here after all. The Home Office has been accused of... The only other categories that will be admitted are children under 12 from any country and those especially vulnerable to sexual exploitation.
"19.11.2016 12:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Polly Vernon interviews Matt Smith, star of The Crown The day before I interview Matt Smith, publicity for his Netflix show The Crown falls over the UK like fresh snow. There are posters; there are interactive online ads that explode on the... When acting royalty meets the real thing...
"19.11.2016 11:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Dentist drops a steel file down patient's throat As if root-canal treatment were not unpleasant enough, for Vanessa Snary it became considerably worse when she needed emergency surgery to recover a 3cm-long steel tool that her dentist dropped... As if root-canal treatment were not unpleasant enough, for Vanessa Snary it became considerably worse when she needed emergency surgery to recover a 3cm-long steel tool that her dentist dropped down her throat.
"19.11.2016 10:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Don't quit Strictly, Widdecombe tells Ed Balls It's the debate which is dividing the nation. Should he go or should he stay in Strictly Come Dancing? Tonight Ed Balls will jive to Great Balls of Fire at Blackpool's tower ballroom, having... It's the debate which is dividing the nation. Should he go or should he stay in Strictly Come Dancing?
"19.11.2016 09:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump's national security adviser says we're in a world war Donald Trump has signalled a more aggressive stance in the war on terrorism by picking as his top security aide a maverick retired general who believes that Islamist extremists pose an existential... He was accused of inciting Islamophobia in February when he tweeted: “Fear of Muslims is rational.”
"19.11.2016 08:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The 20 coolest ski chalets in the Alps Best for luxury 1 The Penthouse at Haus Alpina, Klosters, Switzerland In Switzerland's most tasteful ski resort, Alpina is probably the most tasteful place to stay - a graceful, five-bedroom... Find the best places to stay on the slopes, from budget breaks to luxury escapes.
"19.11.2016 07:04:17" www.thetimes.co.uk Get a flat stomach for Christmas with these ten exercises At this time of year, many of the people I train are saying they want to look more toned and streamlined before Christmas. I'd never pretend that it's easy to make a dramatic difference to your... Celebrity fitness trainer Matt Roberts has devised this programme to trim your waistline in time for the festive party season.
"19.11.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump firebrand to address schoolboys As one of Donald Trump's most prominent and provocative supporters, his campus tours in the US attracted huge crowds - and angry protests. Now, Milo Yiannopoulos, the British journalist and... Should Milo Yiannopoulos, the British journalist and face of America's alt-right movement, be addressing sixth formers at his old school? http://thetim.es/2g79RlS
"19.11.2016 05:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Truss may have broken law in failing to defend Brexit judges Liz Truss has caused a "constitutional breakdown" and may have broken the law by failing to defend judges, a former lord chief justice has warned. Ms Truss's near-silence is a breach of her... Should Liz Truss have denounced criticism of The Brexit Three? http://thetim.es/2fEDjAN
"19.11.2016 03:22:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Stars face ruin over tax bill Hundreds of bankers, celebrities and businessmen have claimed they face bankruptcy after the taxman demanded they repay up to 20 times the amount invested in a huge avoidance scheme, The Times can... The likes of the former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson are facing massive tax bills and posible bankruptcy. http://thetim.es/2fEEssn
"18.11.2016 21:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Ice warning as cold snap covers Cumbria Parts of Britain experienced picture-postcard winter views this morning, with snowfall prompting Met Office warnings of an icy weekend ahead. Cumbria had snowfall of more than two inches on hills... Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow ❄️
"18.11.2016 20:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Older mothers more likely to live longer A rapidly dwindling stockpile of eggs, a greater risk of DNA damage, lower IVF success rates: medical science often seems to hold nothing but gloom for women who come late to motherhood. However... Mothers are about 10% more likely to make it into their 90s than those who first give birth under the age of 25.
"18.11.2016 19:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Matthew Parris: Our moral compass is struggling to keep pace with science Cryogenics grabs attention, and the story in yesterday's Times about a dying teenager's wish to be frozen grabbed mine. How could it not? A brave young woman; a desperate hope; a parental split... Is it wrong to choose life over death?
"18.11.2016 18:30:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Jo Cox was shot with hollow-point hunting bullets Jo Cox's alleged killer was carrying bullets designed to cause a "greater wound", and used a commando-style dagger to repeatedly stab the Labour MP, a court heard today. Thomas Mair, 53, an alleged... Jo Cox's alleged killer was carrying bullets designed to cause a “greater wound”, and used a commando-style dagger.
"18.11.2016 17:13:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Queen wants 66 per cent pay rise for Buckingham Palace repairs The Queen is seeking a 66 per cent pay rise from the taxpayer to undertake a £369 million refurbishment of Buckingham Palace in order to make it fit for the next 50 years, palace officials have... Is it worth it?
"18.11.2016 16:30:06" www.thetimes.co.uk I never wanted to leave the house again, Clinton admits Hillary Clinton's first public appearance since her concession speech after the US presidential election was hailed as a show of defiance by supporters yesterday as she cut a markedly different... Was her make-up free visage a show of defiance?
"18.11.2016 15:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Over 100 migrants have drowned after battling rough seas The passengers spent two days on rough seas, where some of the victims fell overboard and others died from exhaustion. Trying to get to Italy, at least 100 migrants have drowned after smugglers in Libya forced thousands of people to take to rough seas
"18.11.2016 15:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk SAS and Green Berets join Iraqi troops for Mosul The special forces are operating alongside Iraqi troops inside Mosul for the first time since the offensive against IS was launched. For the first time since the offensive against Islamic state was launched, British and American special forces are operating alongside Iraqi troops inside Mosul.
"18.11.2016 14:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Marilyn Monroe's daring dress has broken the world record! A dress billed as the most recognisable Marilyn Monroe object of all time was expected to fetch up to $3 million at auction last night, 54 years after she wore it for her sultry performance of... The most recognisable Marilyn Monroe object of all time - The dress worn to sing Happy Birthday to President Kennedy has been sold at world record price!
"18.11.2016 14:00:05" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon:
Do you think May will break free from Brexit muddle?
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"18.11.2016 13:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The government has been called out for failing the mentally ill Rising numbers of patients in crisis are being “shunted across the country” because of a lack of beds said the executives Every health secretary from the past 20 years has condemned the “enduring injustice” faced by mentally ill patients and accused the government of failing to help them.
"18.11.2016 13:02:58" www.thetimes.co.uk Huge data hack puts Three Mobile customers at risk One of Britain's largest mobile phone networks have been attacked by hackers, putting the personal data of its nine million customers at risk. Over 9 million customers are at risk after hackers attack Three Mobile
"18.11.2016 12:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Rooney has knee injury after falling over bottle in changing room Wayne Rooney was kept out of England's friendly with Spain on Tuesday after slipping on a bottle in the dressing room after Friday's win over Scotland at Wembley. The England captain missed Spain game after tripping on a plastic energy drink bottle after Scotland match
"18.11.2016 12:00:54" How to cryogenically freeze a body A 14-year-old girl who died of cancer has won a legal ruling to be frozen. But how does it work?
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"18.11.2016 11:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Nurses are connecting with the elderly via video link to cut hospital visits Participating care homes have been given laptops with high-quality cameras, as well as staff training on how to use the service. A round-the-clock service which connects care home residents to nurses, over a video link, has reduced ambulance call-outs to care homes by almost 30 per cent and GP referrals by 40 per cent
"18.11.2016 11:15:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Sorting hats off to JK Rowling. This delightful Potter spin-off will inspire a new generation of fans! Just when you thought J.K. Rowling might be running out of steam she pulls of another magic trick!
"18.11.2016 11:13:18" Sunday Times Food Chef and author Sophie Michell cooks live from Taste of London for #TheDishKitchen Ask her your questions in the comment section below! Excited for lunch? Join us for a live chat with chef and author Sophie Michell as she cooks live from Taste of London for #TheDishKitchen. Leave your questions in the comment section below!
"18.11.2016 11:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Patent claims have put a hold on safer tests for Down's syndrome The NHS' plans to offer safer tests for Down's syndrome have been threatened by a royalty demand from a US company accusing hospitals of "holding women to ransom". Great Ormond Street is among NHS hospitals that have stopped offering a DNA sampling test, which avoids inserting a needle into the womb increasing the risk of miscarriage, after legal threats from a US company.
"18.11.2016 10:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Michael Gove's column: Patriotism must no longer be a dirty word Do you agree with him? "National feeling, like any noble sentiment, can be twisted and exploited. But it can also serve great ends."
"18.11.2016 09:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk People are cleaning up after their dogs more than ever You can't teach old dogs new tricks, but you can teach owners a thing or two. Some non-sh***y news.
"18.11.2016 09:16:03" British war graves looted by scavengers in Java Sea Scavengers have desecrated World War II graves.
"18.11.2016 09:03:30" www.thetimes.co.uk A 14 year old girl has won the battle to have her body frozen The girl wrote a letter to a judge saying that she did not want to die and argued that cryonic preservation, gave her the hope of being “woken up” A 14 year old girl's wish to have her dying body frozen has been backed by a landmark legal ruling.
“I'm only 14 years old and I don't want to die, but I know I am going to. I think being cryo-preserved gives me a chance to be cured and woken up, even
"18.11.2016 08:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Is your surname actually British? The project analysed sources from the 11th to the 19th century, including previously unexamined medieval documents. Richard Coates, who, with Patrick Hanks, led a team from the University of the West of England, Bristol, in the four-year project, said: “Some surnames have origins that are occupational. Others can be linked to a place, for example Hill or Green.
"18.11.2016 07:00:07" www.thetimes.co.uk Ex-addict footballer is fronting an internet gambling firm A former Scotland football captain and recovering gambling addict is employed as an ambassador for a company that markets internet bookmakers. Colin Hendry, who blamed gambling for contributing to... Should former pros be advertising gambling firms?
"18.11.2016 06:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk We've kept spending and defied forecasts after the EU referendum Shoppers delivered the strongest growth in retail sales in 14 years last month with households shrugging off Brexit-related gloom. Sales were up 7.4 per cent on October last year, well above... The best retail sales figures for 14 years
"18.11.2016 05:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Nine health secretaries attack the government for failing the mentally ill Every health secretary from the past 20 years has condemned the "enduring injustice" faced by patients with mental illnesses and accused the government of failing to honour pledges to help them. In... This is so important.
“It is a stain on our country that people with mental ill health are so often treated as second-class citizens.”
"18.11.2016 03:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Salmonella warning over salad in bags The green mulchy water that collects at the bottom of salad bags is the perfect environment for growing salmonella, scientists have found. Experiments showed that it could greatly increase the... You don't get this with pizza, just saying.
"17.11.2016 20:30:08" www.thetimes.co.uk Cox accused looked like he hadn't a care in the world, says witness An alleged rightwing extremist walked away as though he "hadn't a care in the world" after he shot and stabbed the Labour MP Jo Cox, the Old Bailey was told today. The description of Thomas Mair... Another witness, Tracy Bywood, a care-home worker, told the court that Mr Mair was calm throughout and acted “as if he hadn't done anything wrong”.
"17.11.2016 20:30:07" www.thetimes.co.uk DiCaprio dines to help charity for homeless in Edinburgh Leonardo DiCaprio brought central Edinburgh to a standstill today when he arrived to endorse a social enterprise devoted to helping the homeless. Fresh from a holiday in the French Caribbean, the... Did you spy Leo in Edinburgh today?
"17.11.2016 18:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump handover is a symbol of democracy, Obama tells Greece President Obama praised democracy in its Greek birthplace today, holding up as an example the peaceful transfer of power from himself to Donald Trump, a “very different” politician. On his final... Barack Obama praised democracy during his final foreign trip as President
"17.11.2016 18:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk The worlds largest Lego store has opened and it's in London! The world's biggest Lego store has opened in London today with building areas and a six-metre tall, 200,000 brick Big Ben. The Big Ben model dominates the two-storey store in Leicester Square. It... 2,280 hours of building and a working clock face which illuminates at night - The Big Ben model takes centre stage at the world's biggest Lego store in London!
"17.11.2016 17:19:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Ukip 'misspent £385,000 of EU funding on its own campaigns' Ukip misspent more than £385,000 of EU funding on its own general election campaign and to bolster its Brexit drive ahead of the UK referendum, a leaked official report has alleged. The party is... Ukip could be asked to repay almost £150,000 and denied further EU grants.
"17.11.2016 17:01:06" Britain's last lion tamer 'abandons' his animals in inadequate... Britain's last lion tamer 'abandons' his animals in inadequate conditions.
"17.11.2016 16:00:08" www.thetimes.co.uk Two thirds of rail passengers fail to claim compensation Rail companies have been ordered to make dramatic improvements to the compensation system for late and delayed trains. Under new plans, all passengers will be offered cash refunds in place of vouchers, which the government admitted acted as a deterrent to those making claims.
"17.11.2016 15:00:06" Timeline Photos Should the government opt for a third runway at Heathrow? Sadiq Khan says no!
"17.11.2016 14:05:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Brave Jo Cox attempted to protect staff in her last moments The murdered MP Jo Cox bravely told her staff to protect themselves after she was shot and stabbed, shouting “get away, let him hurt me” as she lay dying in the street, a court heard yesterday. As Jo was lying in the road she shouted out to her staff, 'Get away, get away you two, let him hurt me, don't let him hurt you.'
"17.11.2016 11:30:47" What does it take to spot a fake? A newly discovered Van Gogh ... What does it take to spot a fake? A newly discovered Van Gogh sketchbook is under scrutiny http://thetim.es/2fzhAKC
"17.11.2016 10:47:45" www.thetimes.co.uk Spa? Of course. Resident neuroscientist? Well . . . inside the luxury hotel that puts its guests' mental wellbeing first I am sitting summing up my past two years to a psychiatrist turned neuroscientist, my left eye lightly twitching. "My mother got cancer and died horribly six months later; then my baby nephew... "I sleep as I have never slept, the giant bed and blackout blinds making me feel as if I am aboard some soothing nocturnal ship"
"17.11.2016 09:33:19" www.thetimes.co.uk It may be cold and remote but the Isle of Skye has been named the nation's most desirable place to live It may be cold, remote and largely populated by Highland cattle but the Isle of Skye has been named the nation's most desirable place to live by Rightmove. The property portal said that the... The nation wants a room with a view
"17.11.2016 07:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Inmates boast about drink, drugs and 'chicken kebab' in jail Photographs have emerged of prisoners showing off their cushy life behind bars where drugs, takeaway meals and steaks are easy to come by. The pictures came to light after a man, who does not want... "They look like they're having a right laugh."
"17.11.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Poor home care is creating a 'living hell' for dementia suffers Dementia sufferers are left hungry, thirsty and soiled because of "harrowing" neglect hidden behind closed doors, campaigners say. Substandard home care is having devastating consequences for... “It's pretty frightening what we've found."
"17.11.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 95% of Britain's new workers are foreigners Employment levels in Britain are at an all-time high, fuelled by the biggest surge of foreign-born workers since the expansion of the European Union. The number of people in work increased by... Experts put the figure down to high employment among Britons. What do you think?
"17.11.2016 03:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Spotlights attached to drones so you can feel safer at night Hurrying from street light to street light on a gloomy path at night could become a thing of the past under plans to fit spotlights to drones. The "Fleetlights" technology has been developed by the... What a time to be alive.
"16.11.2016 22:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Warships will be left without missiles due to lack of money Royal Navy warships will be left without anti-ship missiles to protect them because of a shortage of money, it was revealed yesterday. The long-range Harpoon missile will be retired from service... Our Royal Navy ships don't have missile defences.
"16.11.2016 21:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain is secretly sending millions in aid to China Britain has been secretly sending millions of pounds in aid to China, six years after claiming that it had stopped. China, which has the world's largest economy, exports more than any other nation... Direct aid to China from the Department for International Development ended in 2011. However, it continued to spend up to £10 million a year in China under initiatives managed from Britain.
"16.11.2016 20:03:10" www.thetimes.co.uk Five of our favourite Tokyo megastores Got money to burn? You'll find electronics, epic food halls and trendy clothing at these five top departments stores in Tokyo Here's where you can buy those bizarre erotic toys, anime character costumes and horse-fat-infused face creams that have been on your shopping list for so long.
"16.11.2016 19:21:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Listen to the 999 call made by this 4-year-old that saved her mother's life “She is a very brave little girl,” said Nicola Musgrove of Northumbria police. Four-year-old Suzie received a bravery award for the remarkable call, in which she calmly describes her mother's condition to the operator at Northumbria police.
"16.11.2016 18:25:20" Kenya battles gun crime with weapons bonfire Kenya battles gun crime with a spectacular weapons bonfire.
"16.11.2016 17:21:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Eastern Europeans drive migrant figures to record high Overall there were 2.2 million EU citizens by nationality employed in the UK between July and September this year — a record high. “This continuing influx perhaps explains why the British people voted for Brexit,” said Lord Green of Deddington, chairman of Migration Watch UK.
"16.11.2016 16:05:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Children develop faster when their mothers go out to work The study was carried out by academics from the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics. By contrast, those whose mothers stay at home tend to be less advanced at talking, social skills and everyday tasks such as getting dressed.
"16.11.2016 11:59:26" www.thetimes.co.uk The risk of patients dying in hospital increases by a fifth for each nurse on the ward replaced by a healthcare assistant The risk of patients dying in hospital increases by a fifth for each nurse on the ward replaced by a healthcare assistant, a study has concluded. Cutting nurses is "life-threatening" and proposals... Cutting nurses is “life-threatening” and proposals for a less-skilled class of nursing worker put patients at risk, researchers said
"16.11.2016 11:05:19" www.thetimes.co.uk A pug that went missing for more than a week when it was scared by fireworks has been rescued by a rottweiler A pug that went missing for more than a week when it was scared by fireworks has been rescued from a well after being found by a rottweiler. Olive ran away on November 4 while on a walk with... "People we don't even know have been bringing treats"
"16.11.2016 09:01:41" www.thetimes.co.uk Johnny Marr: 'I feel I've moved on, but not everyone seems to agree' It may be the very definition of a high-class problem, but Johnny Marr has spent much of his life trying to escape the legacy of the hugely successful band he left when he was 23. Since the Smiths... "Before I even plugged a guitar in or Morrissey had written lyrics we knew it was going to work.” Our interview with Johnny Marr
"16.11.2016 05:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Apple to sell hardback book for £240 In recent years Apple has released the iBook, MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Now fans of the technology company's products have a book of a more analogue nature to lust after, although it... It'll never catch on.
"16.11.2016 04:05:34" www.thetimes.co.uk Missing boy found after two months A boy who disappeared two months ago, claiming that he was "bored with life", was reunited with his family last night after being spotted on a train less than ten miles from home. Arthur... Great news!
"16.11.2016 00:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk From Brixton to Bondi: meet the ice-cream company whipping up global success SPONSORED Ice cream maker Wheyhey started out making high-protein treats in a south London flat. Now the world wants a scoop "It's not just better than ice-cream, it's good for you"
"15.11.2016 21:41:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Review: Russell Brand at the Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells If you've ever thought that Russell Brand comes across as a bit of a berk whenever he pops up on current affairs programmes, his latest stand-up show tells us that he knows it too. The... Brand's mixture of self-flagellation and self-justification undercuts his narcissism as well as keeping his fascinating flaws centre stage
"15.11.2016 20:11:02" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon http://thetim.es/2fuUzsu
"15.11.2016 19:30:47" Have you got what it takes to conduct an orchestra? Have you got what it takes to conduct an orchestra? http://thetim.es/2fuNHeC
"15.11.2016 18:31:41" 2016 has become the hottest year on record 2016 has become yet another record breakingly hot year. http://thetim.es/2fuCMS8
"15.11.2016 17:31:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Obama warns against rising tide of nationalism A week after the election of Donald Trump, Barack Obama warned western leaders today to pay closer attention to people's fears of economic dislocation and inequality. "We are going to have to guard... “The more aggressively and effectively we deal with economic dislocation and inequality, the less likely these fears will channel into counterproductive approaches that can pit people against each other.” – Barack Obama.
"15.11.2016 16:51:26" Sunday Times Food These Camembert Parcels are stunning and perfect for any party! Try these camembert parcels for nibbles at your next party, via Sunday Times Food
"15.11.2016 16:47:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Is muscle imbalance the source of your back pain? There are endless fitness considerations for our muscles - their size, shape and tone - but their symmetry is the latest preoccupation of the experts who tell us how best to stay in shape. In... Forget size and shape — muscle balance is the hot topic among fitness gurus.
"15.11.2016 15:51:39" www.thetimes.co.uk Just a few drinks a day increases your risk of getting prostate cancer Even a couple of drinks a day could raise men's risk of prostate cancer by a fifth, an overview of research suggests. Heavier drinking seems to lead to a higher risk, say scientists who have... Alcohol has been clearly shown to raise the risk of many types of tumour.
"15.11.2016 11:12:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Leonard Cohen's son has written a moving eulogy to one of the world's most respected poets and musicians Displaying the same flair for language that earned his father legions of fans, Leonard Cohen's son has written a moving eulogy to one of the world's most respected poets and musicians, who died... “There's so much I wish I could thank him for, just one last time. I'd thank him for the comfort he always provided, for the wisdom he dispensed, for the marathon conversations, for his dazzling wit and humour”
"15.11.2016 08:19:59" www.thetimes.co.uk Want to know how they make Planet Earth II? Here are the secrets ... The snow leopard cub padded into view and ten million hearts leapt. Thanks to dozens of remotely controlled cameras on a Himalayan peak we had seen the cub threatened by the arrival of two males... “We never imagined getting the numbers of snakes. They were pouring out of the rocks. It was television magic” #PlanetEarth2
"15.11.2016 07:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk School Of Rock: Kids steal the show in infectiously upbeat musical ★★★★☆I left this musical humming its best song, a rebellion anthem made for kids called Stick it to the Man. OK, well, maybe more than humming. I also left with a smile and, looking around, I... We pledge allegiance to the band of Mr Schneebly: ★★★★☆
"15.11.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Dementia now kills more people than heart disease Dementia has overtaken heart disease to become the leading cause of death in England and Wales. An ageing population and better understanding of the harms caused by the condition mean that 11.6 per... “A stark reminder that dementia remains a growing concern across the country.”
"15.11.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hardly anyone could see the 'supermoon' in Britain The last time a full moon was this close, Israel was preparing to declare itself independent, Moscow was planning a blockade on Berlin and Mahatma Gandhi was about to be assassinated. The next time... Darn clouds.
"15.11.2016 03:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk UK demand for prosecco 'sparks health crisis' in Italy Italian wine growers under pressure to produce ever greater quantities of prosecco for the booming British market have put lives at risk by overusing chemical sprays, an Italian TV documentary has... Oh dear.
"14.11.2016 21:45:43" Music fills The Bataclan once more A year on from the terrorist attacks in Paris, music fills The Bataclan once more.
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"14.11.2016 20:45:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Melanie Phillips: Trump's opponents are the bigots and racists If any evidence were needed of why Donald Trump won the White House, it's on display in the reaction to his election. American college students have demanded classes be cancelled so they can cry... This is the beginning of the culture war, says Melanie Phillips.
"14.11.2016 19:45:37" www.thetimes.co.uk BBC could broadcast Friday prayers after complaints it is 'too Christian' The BBC will increase its coverage of more religions and could broadcast Friday prayers after complaints that it was too Christian, The Times has learnt. Lord Hall of Birkenhead, director-general... Is the BBC too Christian?
"14.11.2016 18:11:03" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon http://thetim.es/2fSxsXg
"14.11.2016 17:32:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Judges' shock as Strictly viewers save Ed Balls again Ed Balls was again saved by the public vote on Strictly Come Dancing after they defied the judges' condemnation of his performance on the dance floor. The former shadow chancellor's interpretation... Ed Balls was again saved by the public vote on Strictly Come Dancing after they defied the judges' condemnation of his interpretation of Gangnam Style.
"14.11.2016 16:45:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hillary is wrong to blame the FBI for her shock defeat On Saturday afternoon Hillary Clinton offered her first explanation for her defeat. Rather than blame her failure on her lack of new ideas, the rising cost of Obamacare, her own votes for the... In perhaps her biggest gaffe Mrs Clinton described Donald Trump's supporters as a “basket of deplorables” with “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic” views.