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"25.04.2017 14:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Online adverts by Channel 4 will address viewers by name Adverts featured on Channel 4's catch-up service are to begin addressing viewers individually by name. The broadcaster announced that it has launched a personalised TV advertising service online in... A person's name can be heard as part of a commercial or seen on screen.
"25.04.2017 13:30:49" Why so many want to learn English with Lucy Lucy Earl's YouTube channel, English with Lucy, earns her more than the average teacher's salary.
"25.04.2017 12:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A herd of wild boars has mauled three Islamic State militants to death and injured five others in Iraq A herd of wild boars has mauled three Islamic State militants to death and injured five others in Iraq while the extremists were setting up an ambush, Iraqi locals have claimed. The militants had... The group were planning a surprise attack on local tribesmen when they were attacked by the animals.
"25.04.2017 11:27:17" www.thetimes.co.uk A judge wrongly imposed a prison sentence on a father because of the “unremitting workload” in the family courts A senior judge has said there was often no lawyer in court to guide judges, or put them right in what were often the most “arduous” and “emotionally draining” of cases, and that errors were “inevitable”. A senior judge has said that such errors were “inevitable”.
"25.04.2017 10:37:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Passengers flying from Britain to the US could face a ban on carrying laptops in aircraft cabins Passengers flying from Britain to the US face a ban on carrying laptops in aircraft cabins, The Times has learnt. Whitehall is braced for Washington to extend its security restrictions to flights... Under the restrictions, devices larger than a mobile phone — including laptops, tablets and e-readers — must be checked in.
"25.04.2017 10:09:38" Times Red Box Jeremy Corbyn's policy chief has also previously called for Trident to be scrapped and the MI5 to be disbanded. Will a Labour victory undermine national security?
"25.04.2017 09:27:14" Sunday Times Travel There's far more to New Zealand than you might think Big views under big skies.
"25.04.2017 07:40:00" www.thetimes.co.uk How Chinese crime gangs are using Britain to commit huge trade fraud Just south of Warsaw, on the road to Cracow, sits the hulking Wolka Kosowska shopping centre where, in six huge halls covering 200,000 square metres, every conceivable type of clothing is on sale... The Chinese black market organisations running this huge and complex fraud have settled on Britain as the least risky place for them to operate.
"25.04.2017 06:40:39" www.thetimes.co.uk How to beat the six signs of ageing: Lift weights at least once a week Why some people seem to defy the ageing process while others struggle to keep it at bay remains a mystery, even to the scientists looking deeply into the way our bodies deal with the passing years. Those who exercise in their sixties achieve “healthy” ageing, and stave off serious illnesses seven times more effectively.
"24.04.2017 22:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The Egyptian army have been accused of murdering blindfolded teenagers Members of Egypt's army shot dead at least two unarmed detainees, including a minor, in Sinai and tried to cover up the extrajudicial killings, according to a leaked video and rights groups that... Members of Egypt's army shot dead at least two unarmed detainees, including a minor, according to a leaked video and rights groups that have analysed the footage.
"24.04.2017 21:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk One day we will see that meat is murder, writes Matt Ridley A few years ago I had a conversation at Harvard with Steven Pinker, the bestselling evolutionary psychologist. We were both writing optimistic books at the time, his being The Better Angels of Our... 'The treatment of animals has generally been on one-way travel to compassion, albeit slowly, for centuries'.
"24.04.2017 19:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Petrol prices in North Korea have soared adding to speculation that China has cut off oil supplies Petrol prices in North Korea have soared, adding to speculation that China has cut off oil supplies, after Donald Trump praised Beijing for putting pressure on the isolated dictatorship. Foreigners... Speculation is mounting that President Xi has cut off oil supplies to North Korea after Donald J. Trump urged him to clamp down on the regime's nuclear ambitions.
"24.04.2017 18:00:48" www.thetimes.co.uk Emmanuel Macron came under fire today after he marked his first-round victory with lavish celebrations Emmanuel Macron, the independent centrist candidate, came under fire today for appearing to take his election as French president for granted after marking his first-round victory with lavish... Emmanuel Macron invited supporters, including a host of Parisian celebrities, to a glitzy restaurant after coming top in the first round of the election.
"24.04.2017 17:29:49" Josh Griffiths surprised everyone at his first ever marathon After surprising everyone at the London Marathon, Josh Griffiths has raced into Britain's World Championships team.
"24.04.2017 16:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A judge has ruled that a jihadist's human rights were violated when he was placed in isolation by prison staff Nadir Syed, 24, was convicted in December 2015 and is an inmate of Woodhill prison in Buckinghamshire. He was placed in the jail's secure unit in the weeks after an incident on January 7 last year involving him and other inmates who hit cell doors, Nadir Syed was given a life sentence for plotting to behead a poppy seller.
"24.04.2017 15:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk A former Royal Navy liuetenant was run over and killed with his own car during an attempted theft A man has been arrested after a former Royal Navy liuetenant was run over and killed with his car during an attempted theft. Michael Samwell, 35, was asleep with his wife, Jessica, at their home in... Mr Samwell was discovered with serious injuries in the parking area behind the property and his black Audi sports coupé was missing.
"24.04.2017 14:05:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Experts claim that how you pronounce scone is a simple product of where you were born and nothing to do with class It was supposed to be one of the great social dividers. In his poem How to Get on in Society John Betjeman mocked the parvenus who put on airs by saying scone to rhyme with "stone". Now experts... Do you pronounce scone to rhyme with "stone" or "gone"?
"24.04.2017 12:48:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Messi scored his 500th goal for Barcelona in quite some style last night here's a breakdown of how he scored them all Lionel Messi scored his 500th goal for Barcelona in quite some style last night - finding the net with the last kick of the game against Real Madrid to secure a 3-2 win which sent the Catalan club... Leo Messi's left foot has fired in 402 goals for FC Barcelona but few have been as timely or important as the one he scored last night
"24.04.2017 11:43:29" Ed Balls on Labour's election chances 'There are lots of people who might vote The Labour Party who aren't going to do so – and that's who Jeremy Corbyn needs to win back'
"24.04.2017 10:18:55" www.thetimes.co.uk A patient has been waiting more than three years to leave hospital despite being declared well enough to be sent home A patient in Wales has been waiting more than three-and-a-half years to leave hospital despite being declared well enough to be sent home. The unnamed patient, who has a "serious mental health... They had occupied a bed on a ward for 1,338 days
"24.04.2017 09:22:26" www.thetimes.co.uk Taking 12 months' maternity leave is a mistake, according to Hillary Clinton's former policy adviser To most people, Anne-Marie Slaughter is the woman who wrote an article saying that women can't have it all. This is ironic for two reasons. First, she is an academic and an expert in the field of... "You can really fall behind in a year. It's too long out of the workplace.” - Anne-Marie Slaughter
"24.04.2017 08:00:35" www.thetimes.co.uk The most memorable image of this year's London Marathon For all the celebrities running, the royals cheering and the records broken, the most memorable image of this year's London Marathon was a runner who carried an exhausted fellow athlete over the... The runner carried an exhausted fellow athlete over the finishing line
"24.04.2017 06:45:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Marine Le Pen stormed into the final straight of the French presidential election last night Marine Le Pen stormed into the final straight of the French presidential election last night as mutinous voters humiliated the country's two established parties. The historic result, on a turnout... The ejection of both the centre-right and centre-left parties from the presidency was a shock
"23.04.2017 20:07:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Exclusive interview: Emmanuel Macron on Brexit, Le Pen and the teacher who became his wife Three years ago, nobody had heard of Emmanuel Macron. Today he is on the verge of becoming the president of France in the most spectacular style: not even 40 and with a new centrist party, En... 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron will go head-to-head with Marine Le Pen for the French presidency on May 7. In many senses, he's not your average candidate.
"23.04.2017 17:44:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Rory Bremner on having ADHD and why he is angry when teachers claim there is no such condition Rory Bremner is struggling to keep up: first Brexit, then Trump and now - surprise, surprise - a June election. "When Theresa May first announced it I just thought: oh f***," he says. For a... "I heard a private school headmaster saying there's no such thing — and your heart sinks"
"23.04.2017 16:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Thirty months, 14 countries and no hotel bills: meet a family who lived the dream Family holidays are never really long enough. You get a week or two away, three if you're really lucky, then the daily grind of work, school, homework, music lessons and football practice begins... If you could take your children away for years at a time, would you do it?
"23.04.2017 15:36:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Officials planning Trump's state visit to Britain have discussed ways of keeping the president away from stairs Officials planning Donald Trump's state visit to Britain have discussed ways of keeping the US president away from stairs after reading reports that he has a phobia of steps and slopes. Planners... "Trump won't be able to avoid the stairs at the palace but they can plan things to minimise it”
"23.04.2017 13:25:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Voters believe Theresa May would do a better job than Jeremy Corbyn of managing the NHS Voters believe Theresa May would do a better job than Jeremy Corbyn of managing the NHS, according to an opinion poll for The Sunday Times. The result, based on a YouGov poll carried out last week... A new poll shows voters have lost faith in The Labour Party on a traditional battleground issue
"23.04.2017 12:03:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Ukip is to propose a ban on full-face veils like the burqa as part of an “integration agenda” Ukip is calling for a ban on wearing full-face veils in public as it attempts to shore up its core vote and addresses an alarming slide in the polls. The party's leader, Paul Nuttall, said that the... There are similar bans in France and Belgium
"23.04.2017 11:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk As the French go to the polls today one issue dominates France is a country of memorials. Grand or humble, they are graven on city walls and stand in village squares, roll calls of names and dates, a homage to victories and to lost causes. For recent... "We will smoke, drink, flirt and have our freedom. They are not going to stop us.”
"23.04.2017 10:35:23" Sunday Times Food A post Marathon treat A post London Marathon treat (from Sunday Times Food)
"23.04.2017 09:53:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Activists from left-wing parties have hatched secret plans to join forces to fight the Tories in key marginal seats Activists from left-wing parties have hatched secret plans to join forces to fight the Tories in key marginal seats, despite repeated denials that they are working on a progressive alliance to help... Insiders say a “grassroots rebellion” is brewing
"23.04.2017 07:51:57" www.thetimes.co.uk The plan for a snap election is a clear signal Theresa May is determined to run her own show in Britain — and Brussels Liam Fox had it all planned out. After cabinet last Tuesday he was due to chair a ministerial meeting in his international trade department. The first item on the agenda: updating them on what... Today's YouGov poll for The Sunday Times suggests she has got away with it. By a margin of 48% to 26%, voters back her decision to call the election
"23.04.2017 06:32:25" www.thetimes.co.uk Police are to mount the biggest anti-terror operation in the 36-year history of the London marathon today Police are to mount the biggest anti-terror operation in the 36-year history of the London marathon today to combat the threat of a Westminster-style vehicle attack. Concrete and metal barriers -... The 26-mile course will be run by more than 40,000 athletes
"22.04.2017 22:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A seven-year-old boy has survived leaping from a tenth-floor window while holding an umbrella He was inspired by a cartoon television character making a similar jump Don't believe cartoons, kids
"22.04.2017 21:43:00" www.thetimes.co.uk This judge's drunken rape warning was a mother's tip, not victim blaming Mrs Kushner, 65, who retired last week, generated headlines for her sentencing remarks at her final trial, which was at Manchester crown court last month. “That was the time to do it,” she said over a cup of tea. “I thought it's time we got it reported properly and had a measured statement from a judge who had no axe to grind — and, of course, I thought coming from a woman it might be better.”
"22.04.2017 20:45:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Teenagers' stories of anxiety, depression and drugs As a new report reveals that UK teens are among the most troubled in the developed world, young people and parents share their experiences of mental illness "Depression can be cured. You just have to see the right people and fight your way through it"
"22.04.2017 19:43:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Caitlin Moran: I've got a puppy 'I've been seen with Lady Gaga and Benedict Cumberbatch. My puppy turns more heads' British people really do love dogs. They love dogs. They walk towards you with their normal expressions – a little tense around the mouth, a little pleated around the eye – and then, on spotting the puppy, simply explode.
"22.04.2017 18:45:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Being a doctor on the front line means constant exposure to trauma and death The field hospital at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, was the most successful trauma unit anywhere in the world – including any prior wars. The next double amputee was a small child. The explosive had torn into his buttocks and shattered his pelvis. The damage was extensive. It was difficult to distinguish what was salvageable from the stuff that wasn't.
"22.04.2017 17:47:29" www.thetimes.co.uk What to do when you hate your partner's cooking Marie O'Riordan answers this reader's dilemma "My partner is a truly terrible cook — but is really proud of what she makes. When we started dating I was complimentary because I was trying to impress her, but now I regularly have to eat very odd experimental dishes, which are disgusting. I don't want
"22.04.2017 17:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Who are these people who sit in Greggs or hang dog mess in trees? People are strange, says Matt Chorley Who actually thinks the Kardashians ever do anything worth keeping up with? Who keeps deciding that we haven't had enough Fast and Furious films? Who has ever actually properly laughed at an egg pun?
"22.04.2017 16:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Has everyone out there gone completely gaga? We're at 'peak bonkers', with nearly every famous person from princes to pop stars flaunting their mental health issues We are all mad. We all live with debilitating mental issues — whether we are glamorous royals and pop stars or not, and regardless of whether we have anyone to put fancy labels on them for us, writes Giles Coren
"22.04.2017 15:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The mystery of the colour-changing dress is solved at last Some people saw it as white and gold, some looked at the same image and thought it was blue and black. Clue: Are you a night owl or a lark?
"22.04.2017 14:19:26" www.facebook.com Join our 52 | 48 Facebook group Welcome to 52 | 48, home of the best of The Times and The Sunday Times' discussion of the UK leaving the EU.
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"22.04.2017 13:44:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The fashion for 'free-from' diets keeps growing, but it could damage your health These days it seems that everyone is competing over what they don't eat. There has been a huge rise in the popularity of gluten and dairy-free diets, championed by "clean-eating" evangelists such... “People who eliminate gluten unnecessarily from their diets risk missing out on beneficial nutrients that are present in the same foods”
"22.04.2017 12:25:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Holly Rubenstein on Lyme disease About 13 years ago I found a tick in my right arm. We lived among animals in the Surrey countryside so my mum was adept at removing it. It left no mark, there was no rash and I thought no more... "Three months of intensive treatment lie ahead of me, but I consider myself lucky to know the battle that I'm fighting"
"22.04.2017 12:10:32" Sunday Times Food How to make the ultimate crumble Anyone for crumble tonight? (from Sunday Times Food)
"22.04.2017 10:51:55" www.thetimes.co.uk Bad moods and hours lost staring at their smartphone? An expert explains how to deal with your child There's every chance that Ian Williamson knows what your teenagers are thinking before they even think it, and certainly before they grunt it. Over a 30-year career as a child and adolescent... "If we spend all our time focusing on the wrong things, we miss the really important ones"
"22.04.2017 09:00:50" Hanne Gaby Odiele made headlines when she announced that she w... Top model Hanne Gaby Odiele made headlines earlier this year when she announced that she was intersex
"22.04.2017 08:07:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Our Saturday interview with Bill Gates: a man on a mission Bill Gates is a man on a mission. He bounds into our interview like a man much younger than his 61 years. He is in town to give a speech on the importance of foreign aid and he warms to the theme... “The goal to eradicate health inequalities will take 30 years, the rest of my life basically, but it is achievable” Bill Gates
"22.04.2017 07:30:42" There are 23 Labour seats with very narrow majorities Labour candidates have been urged to distance themselves from leader Jeremy Corbyn due to his indecisions over Brexit.
"22.04.2017 06:47:46" Sunday Times Food Eat breakfast like an Olympian Good morning! (from Sunday Times Food)
"22.04.2017 06:16:34" www.thetimes.co.uk A trip to Newbury racecourse yesterday was an appropriate 91st birthday treat for the Queen As a lifelong lover of horses and a passionate owner and breeder, a trip to Newbury racecourse yesterday was an appropriate 91st birthday treat for the Queen. Accompanied by the Princess Royal, she... “It's quite hard to know what to give the Queen for her 91st birthday that she hasn't already got" said William
"21.04.2017 23:16:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump has pushed Britain behind the EU in the queue to strike a free-trade deal with the US Britain has been pushed behind the European Union in the queue to strike a free-trade deal with the United States, officials in Washington have said. President Trump has softened his opposition to... Angela Merkel has landed a Brexit victory for Brussels.
"21.04.2017 21:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Thousand of people have expressed support for a man who raped a 16-year-old girl in Russia A public outcry followed the verdict, with many saying he should not have been jailed because Ms Shurygina was drunk and had been flirting with him. The rape of Diana Shurygina has become a test case for attitudes towards sexual assault in Russia.
"21.04.2017 20:00:49" Who is François Fillon? François Fillon was set to take the French presidency, until a scandal derailed his campaign.
"21.04.2017 19:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk The drug addict parents of a 16 week old baby staged her death on a London bus after she had died hours earlier A baby on the child protection register suffered terrible injuries and died hours before her parents staged her death on a London bus. Imani Baker, who was 16 weeks old, had been seen by social... The baby had been seen by social workers nine days before she died but suffered three severe assaults in the following days.
"21.04.2017 18:00:52" Who is Emmanuel Macron? Despite never previously standing in an election, Emmanuel Macron has become the frontrunner for the French presidency.
"21.04.2017 16:35:26" Sunday Times Food We're LIVE with the MasterChef UK champion Ping Coombes, who is cooking up a delicious and easy classic Malaysian dish Sunday Times Food are live with the MasterChef UK champion Ping Coombes, follow along for a quick and tasty Malaysian dish
"21.04.2017 16:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Has Theresa May saved the Labour party? The only real question of this untimely general election is how low the Labour Party can go. It is an unusual election in that every party has a reason for wanting it. The Tories to seek a crushing... "More people think the moon landings were faked than think Labour will win on June 8," says our writer Philip Collins.
"21.04.2017 15:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk M&S plans to shut big regional stores in favour of smaller shops sparks high street fury Marks & Spencer has been urged to reconsider plans to shut six big regional stores, dealing a serious blow for town centres from Portsmouth to Warrington. The retail group, which is battling to... Marks & Spencer has been urged to reconsider plans to shut six big regional stores, dealing a serious blow for town centres from Portsmouth to Warrington.
"21.04.2017 14:00:53" The Ukip leader is gearing up for a turbulent election Paul Nuttall faces a tough challenge as a growing number of Ukip supporters are set to defect to the Conservative party.
"21.04.2017 13:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Free cash machines at stores under threat after rates ruling Fears are mounting over the future of free-to-use cash machines attached to shops after retailers lost a key court battle over business rates. A legal ruling published yesterday upheld a... Fears are mounting over the future of free-to-use cash machines attached to shops after retailers lost a key court battle over business rates.
"21.04.2017 12:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Britons encouraged to ditch cars for short journeys by 2040 Cycling and walking will become the norm for short journeys under a £1.2 billion plan to get commuters out of their cars, the government announced today. The Department for Transport said the... Cycling and walking will become the norm for short journeys under a £1.2 billion plan to get commuters out of their cars.
"21.04.2017 12:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A piano tuner discovers £200,000 worth of gold hidden inside an antique instrument for over 70 years The piano tuner's first thought upon discovering a package hidden beneath the keys of an antiquated instrument was that he had found a bag of mothballs. It did not cross Martin Backhouse's mind... He initially thought he had found a bag of mothballs, only to discover he unearthed the largest haul of gold sovereigns found in Britain.
"21.04.2017 11:00:50" Le Pen is a leading contender to be the next President Meet Marine Le Pen, the far-right French presidential contender, who is almost certain to make the final round of the election.
"21.04.2017 10:15:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Gina Miller plans to tour marginal constituencies in an effort to keep out pro-Leave MPs The businesswoman who defeated the government in the courts over the triggering of Article 50 has raised more than £150,000 for her campaign to stop an "extreme Brexit". Gina Miller, who won a... The businesswoman - who defeated the government in the courts over the triggering of Article 50 - has raised more than £150,000 for her campaign to stop an “extreme Brexit”.
"21.04.2017 09:24:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Exclusive interview with Hartwig Fischer, the British Museum's first foreign director since 1866 On an early-morning wander through the British Museum, with the crowds yet to arrive and many of the lights still off, empty galleries echo with the sound of distant doors being unlocked, and Dr... "It is an absolutely fascinating moment and it makes you understand that history doesn't necessarily go down one prefigured alley to the future.” Hartwig on Brexit ( British Museum )
"21.04.2017 09:11:51" www.thetimes.co.uk NHS set to ban the sale of sugary drinks and fatty snacks in hospital canteens and vending machines Hospitals have been told to eliminate almost all sugary drinks or face a ban on selling them. Chocolate bars and sweets from hospital shops and vending machines must also become smaller and... A ban on fizzy drinks, chocolate and high calorie sandwiches will be introduced next year if sales do not come down.
"21.04.2017 08:25:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Tottenham Hotspur Under-23 coach, Ugo Ehiogu has died aged 44 after suffering a heart attack Ugo Ehiogu, the former England centre back and Tottenham Hotspur Under-23 coach, has died aged 44 after suffering a heart attack. Ehiogu collapsed at Tottenham's training ground yesterday... “Words cannot express the shock and sadness that we all feel at the club"
"21.04.2017 07:47:03" Sunday Times Food Delicious! Risotto with a twist! (from Sunday Times Food)
"21.04.2017 07:15:35" www.thetimes.co.uk One police officer was killed and two were injured by a gunman on the Champs-Élysées last night Terror returned to Paris three days before the French election when one police officer was killed and two were injured by a gunman on the Champs-Élysées last night. The shooting followed warnings... “On the face of it, the officers were deliberately targeted”
"21.04.2017 05:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Lenders square up for mortgage price war as rates hit record low A record low mortgage rate of 0.89 per cent is being launched today after a price war between lenders sent the cost of borrowing tumbling. Yorkshire Building Society, Britain's second biggest... "It's great news for borrowers."
"21.04.2017 04:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Private parking firms pursue one million more motorists The number of motorists hit with "extortionate" penalties of up to £100 by private parking firms has soared by more than a million in 12 months, causing renewed anger over the government's failure... Figures from the DVLA show that a record 4.7 million vehicle details were released to parking companies in 2016-17.
"21.04.2017 02:14:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain told to keep EU laws or jeopardise deal Brussels is demanding lifelong rights for EU citizens and their families in a move that would overturn Theresa May's pledge to end the power of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Britain. There will be no deal unless Theresa May accepts rules on European workers and security.
"20.04.2017 21:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk How Kate Winslet drove this man to leave North Korea A cheap, pirated Chinese DVD of the film Titanic convinced Jung Gwang-il to defect from North Korea. The film was produced long before the age of digital streaming and high definition. Kate Winslet... Mr Jung still remembers the effect the movie, Titanic, had on him.
"20.04.2017 20:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A 150ft-high iceberg drifting by off the easternmost edge of Canada have caused traffic jams on coastal roads Vast 10,000-year-old islands of ice drifting by off the easternmost edge of Canada have caused traffic jams on coastal roads and concerns for shipping. It's proving a bumper season for iceberg... It's proving a bumper season for iceberg spotters with more than 600 sighted so far.
"20.04.2017 19:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Teenage girls in Britain are unhappy, stressed and addicted to the internet British teenagers are less happy and more stressed than pupils in most other developed countries, with girls particularly suffering, according to a report. Pupils aged 15 spent far more time on the... Many girls feel they do not fit in at school and British pupils are more likely than average to be bullied.
"20.04.2017 18:22:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Labour will try to tempt Remainers with promise of Brexit deal veto Labour is considering making a pledge that would give voters the chance to reject any Brexit deal negotiated by a future government. Senior party figures are understood to be pushing Jeremy Corbyn... Labour is considering making a pledge that would give voters the chance to reject any Brexit deal negotiated by a future government.
"20.04.2017 17:31:19" The UK general election is an opportunity for the Lib Dems Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrats leader, can be positive about the UK snap election after his party added 5,000 new members
"20.04.2017 16:50:00" www.thetimes.co.uk EU tells all staff to begin 'disconnecting' Britain The European Union is officially beginning to shut British companies out of contracts and encouraging businesses to set up new offices on the Continent. In an internal memorandum signed by the... The European Union is officially beginning to shut British companies out of contracts and encouraging businesses to set up new offices on the Continent.
"20.04.2017 16:25:10" Sunday Times Food We're LIVE at The Ritz London with head sommelier, Giovanni Ferlito, who is going to talk us through their iconic collection, share his tips on how to order the best on a wine list, and show us how to expertly decant a bottle of red (with the help of a Sunday Times Food are now live at The Ritz London discussing their iconic wine collection
"20.04.2017 15:29:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Plugging in just six electric cars may cause power cuts Electric cars could cause local power shortages if just six vehicles are plugged in to charge on the same street, a leading think tank has warned. Britain's energy networks are unprepared for the... Britain is unprepared for the rise of electric cars and ministers must intervene to prevent a “disaster” of “rising bills, blackout risk and angry consumers”, the Green Alliance said.
"20.04.2017 14:21:07" www.thetimes.co.uk This doctor has been injecting Botox into his daughter's face since she was 18 I am sitting scrutinising a woman in her thirties who is in the unusual - one imagines unique - position of having had Botox injected into her face by her father every six months since the age of 18. “The priority for my patients is to look natural; they want their lines softened, but they still want movement.”
"20.04.2017 13:28:33" www.thetimes.co.uk How alcoholic ice lollies got cool This month, over the Grand National weekend, temperatures in the UK hit 24C - twice the average for the time of year. It was not just barbecues, paddling pools and unseasonal sunburns that surged... From private parties in Palm Springs to the aisles of your local supermarket, frozen cocktails and boozy sorbets are everywhere.
"20.04.2017 11:50:00" A group of artists have returned from Antarctica after putting on a show... for penguins.
"20.04.2017 10:57:29" www.thetimes.co.uk How hackers can steal your car using radio trick to clone your key fob Criminals are stealing cars with "keyless" entry systems by holding radio transmitters close to the walls of the owner's home to amplify the signal from key fobs kept indoors. The attack tricking... A British woman has filmed hackers using the scam to steal her £35,000 Mercedes from her driveway.
"20.04.2017 09:36:54" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May could be about to change the definition of 'migrant' to reduce total immigration figures Theresa May is being forced into a concession over migrant targets as part of the price for calling a snap poll. Theresa May has so far resisted taking foreign students out of immigration totals, because she believed it would be seen as an attempt to fiddle the figures.
"20.04.2017 08:06:49" Sunday Times Food Dinner tonight It's not too early to think about what you're having for dinner (via Sunday Times Food)
"20.04.2017 07:59:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Facebook has shared the first details of the “mind computer interface” it is developing to read people's thoughts Facebook has shared the first details of the "mind computer interface" it is developing to read people's thoughts. Mark Zuckerberg, founder of the technology and publishing company, has previously... Within just a few years Facebook could know even more than it does now
"20.04.2017 06:42:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Sir Mark Rylance was knighted as he joined a host of well-known faces to receive honours at Buckingham Palace Sir Mark Rylance was knighted as he joined a host of well-known faces to receive honours at Buckingham Palace. The Oscar-winner, who picked up the best supporting actor award for his role in Steven... The Oscar-winner received his insignia in a ceremony yesterday
"20.04.2017 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Migrants rush to beat better coastguard Migrants are hurrying to cross the Mediterranean before Libya trains an effective coastguard with western help, a UN agency has warned after record numbers were rescued over Easter. At least 8,360... Traffickers are putting extra boats to sea before the Libyan coastguard becomes fully operational.
"20.04.2017 04:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Amazon and eBay ignore £1.5bn tax dodge A failure by Amazon and eBay to act against overseas sellers flouting VAT rules is helping companies to avoid up to £1.5 billion in tax, a report has found. The government's spending watchdog... “They hide behind the suggestion that they are unable to act but they are supporting large-scale VAT fraud by foreign companies that are undercutting British businesses. The taxman has also been too slow to pick up on this.”
"20.04.2017 02:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk May forced to weaken key target on migrants Theresa May is being forced into a concession over migrant targets as part of the price for calling a snap poll. The prime minister is ready to soften her longstanding opposition to taking foreign... New foreign students deal as MPs back election
"19.04.2017 21:45:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Openness is key to a healthy person and a healthy Britain Like William and Harry, Alex Renton survived Eton. He's glad the emotional climate is changing Bottling it up isn't healthy. In fact, it causes more harm.
"19.04.2017 20:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Moral cowardice will define Terry's playing career The defining attribute of Terry's career has been his shameless attempts at denial, an almost pathological inability to front up or to take real responsibility. Welcome to the world of John Terry. A man who claimed to be a leader and whose work ethic on the training pitch was attested to by all who knew him, but who betrayed the very concept by sleeping with his team-mate's partner.
"19.04.2017 19:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A new museum dedicated to failure has proved to be a huge success Failed products can be hard to find and it took a year to assemble the collection of 60 items and services You can learn a lot from a Colgate lasagne
"19.04.2017 18:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The young will never forgive us if we don't demand answers to the vital Brexit questions Usually the sound I loathe most in the world comes later in an election campaign. This time it was heard within hours of Mrs May's April surprise. Some ferocious old biddy is vox-popped at random... Mrs May talked yesterday about “the best possible deal”, so what should it look like? asks David Aaronovitch
"19.04.2017 17:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A newly discovered weak spot in breast cancer cells has allowed scientists to slow the growth of tumours Researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research in London and the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute say that a new drug could target the same vulnerability in cancers including those of the brain, pancreas and lungs. A new drug appears to be effective at halting secondary cancers, which lead to 90% of the 11,500 deaths a year caused by breast cancer in the UK.
"19.04.2017 16:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk If elephants were astronauts, colonising Mars would be more feasible as they're far less likely to get cancer on the journey A scientist is trying to harness the elephant's apparent lack of susceptibility to radiation.
"19.04.2017 15:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Love is using a JCB to dig up your girlfriend's garden An irate boyfriend who attacked his girlfriend's garden with a JCB after she split up with him has been spared jail. According to this guy, that is
"19.04.2017 14:08:30" Turkey's referendum results are being challenged by protesters Protesters in Istanbul challenge the results of Turkey's referendum, giving President Erdogan sweeping new powers, because it was 'rigged'.
"19.04.2017 13:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk This alligator climbed a 15ft staircase and broke down a door to hang out on a balcony It was quite the surprise for one American family Meanwhile in South Carolina...
"19.04.2017 13:06:23" Times Red Box MPs have begun their debate in the UK House of Commons on whether the government can call an early general election on June 8. Leave your comments on yesterday's announcement below. Members of parliament are debating whether to allow Theresa May to call an early general election on June 8. Follow along and leave your thoughts in the comments.
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"19.04.2017 12:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Suicide and self-harm are surging in migrant camps Aid agencies have warned of rising rates of suicide, attempted suicide and self-harm among asylum seekers, including children as young as nine. This week, a 27-year-old Syrian refugee died after setting himself alight in protest at the asylum procedure.
"19.04.2017 12:00:57" News in Numbers Details from our snap election splash: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/may-heads-for-election-landslide-2pg7tscsm
"19.04.2017 11:54:05" www.thetimes.co.uk This new app could make lovers' tiffs a thing of the past Researchers at the University of Southern California are developing an app that will suggest a time-out if it detects couples starting an argument Could an app dissuade you from shouting at your other half?
"19.04.2017 10:26:00" www.thetimes.co.uk We shouldn't worry about North Korea's nukes Kim has a tiny arsenal of unreliable weapons and clings to them only as an insurance policy, writes Richard Lloyd Parry One of the laziest clichés about Kim is that he is a 'madman'
"19.04.2017 08:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A homosexual version of the Old Testament has caused outrage in the US Bible Belt An angry petition against the comedy was led by a group called America Needs Fatima. The production re-casts Old Testament stories with gay characters, a lusty rhinoceros and an Egyptian army of lesbian Amazons
"19.04.2017 07:19:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Why hold an early election? One word: Labour The main opposition party's MPs have no confidence in their leader and there's no policy on the most important issue Every election is a risk. But not having one is a risk too.
"19.04.2017 06:55:34" Times Sport Dylan Hartley will miss out - but Jack Nowell is in line for a surprise call-up when the squad to tour New Zealand is announced today, The Times understands. The Lions squad will be announced at 12pm today. Like Times Sport on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates.
"19.04.2017 05:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Tories may face charges in final days of contest Conservatives seeking re-election could be charged with expenses fraud in the closing days of the campaign. The Crown Prosecution Service confirmed yesterday that it had a deadline of late May or... George Eustice has been interviewed by police over allegations in his constituency in west Cornwall
"19.04.2017 04:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Cabinet kept in dark by PM over dramatic U-turn Boris Johnson knew what was coming when he sat down at the cabinet table at 9.30am yesterday but he had not been aware of one of the best-kept secrets in British election history for long. The... Boris Johnson was one of few who had been told beforehand
"19.04.2017 02:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk May heads for election landslide Theresa May is on course to win a majority of more than 100 in a June snap election, with Labour's pro-Brexit voters deserting Jeremy Corbyn, according to polling data for The Times. The prime... The Labour Party are set to lose thousands of voters
"18.04.2017 21:45:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Chechnya has dismissed reports that it routinely tortures homosexuals to death Chechen officials and imams are offended by the suggestion that homosexuality exists in Chechnya. An independent Russian newspaper reported that about 100 gay men had been abducted by the authorities in the mainly Muslim republic.
"18.04.2017 20:40:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The highest court in Arkansas halted two executions, preventing the US state's plans to put eight inmates to death Arkansas is one of only four states that carries out multiple executions on the same day. Lawyers for the two men argued that their clients were not mentally competent to face capital punishment.
"18.04.2017 19:00:09" www.thetimes.co.uk Why hold an early election? One word: Labour A few days after Jeremy Corbyn was elected Labour leader, I bumped into a former minister at the party's conference in Brighton. What are you going to do now, I asked him. You can't possibly... Labour Party MPs have no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn and there's no policy on the most important issue, writes Daniel Finkelstein
"18.04.2017 18:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Le Pen has pledged to suspend all visas for non-Europeans looking to join their family in France Marine Le Pen was accused of reviving the toxic past of the National Front today after lurching further right in a bid to bolster her flagging presidential campaign. Pledging a drastic crackdown on... Marine Le Pen was accused of reviving the toxic past of the National Front today after lurching further right in a bid to bolster her flagging presidential campaign.
"18.04.2017 17:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk A quarter of children have missed out on their first choice of primary school A quarter of children have missed out on their first choice of primary school in some parts of the country, despite thousands more places being created. More than 600,000 children received their... More than 600,000 children received their places for September in what has become known as National Offer Day
"18.04.2017 16:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Billions in inheritance will skip a generation, a study suggests Parents in their 40s and 50s are to forgo most of an inherited "wealth mountain" of more than £400 billion and pass it straight on to their children, a study suggests. The "sandwich generation" of... Parents in their 40s and 50s are to forgo most of an inherited “wealth mountain” of more than £400 billion and pass it straight on to their children.
"18.04.2017 15:12:42" The prime minister called for an end to “uncertainty” These are the five important points to note from Theresa May's announcement of a UK general election, scheduled for June 8
"18.04.2017 14:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Facebook was found to be promoting sham advertisements despite promises to tackle fake news Facebook was accused of hypocrisy after it was found to be promoting sham advertisements despite promises to tackle fake news. An investigation found paid-for hoaxes about high-profile public... An investigation found paid-for hoaxes about high-profile public figures next to users' news feeds, duping them to click to alleged scam websites.
"18.04.2017 14:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Fast-track scheme will send home 2,000 from UK each year Thousands of failed asylum seekers and foreign criminals face being speedily removed from the UK under a fast-track system. Liz Truss, the justice secretary, is proposing to speed up removals under... It comes after reports that the number of failed asylum seekers being removed forcibly or voluntarily fell from just over 18,000 in 2006 to 3,446 last year.
"18.04.2017 13:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk US prefers diplomacy to attacking North Korea but reveals "all options are on the table" The United States pulled back from the threat of a pre-emptive attack on North Korea today when the vice-president, Mike Pence, assured Japan that President Trump wants to use peaceful means to... Donald J. Trump wants to use peaceful means to persuade Kim Jong-un to give up nuclear weapons, according to Mike Pence.
"18.04.2017 12:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Are you a sad desk luncher? Eating your lunch in the office again? It's time for you to stop — for the sake of your health Step away from the computer and go outside
"18.04.2017 11:20:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May's strategy makes sense - but election won't solve much Well, it makes perfect sense to me. When we first knew that the prime minster was to make a Downing Street statement this morning my immediate reaction was, "I would, if I were her". The arguments... "The manner of her announcement – denying even to close allies that she had any intention of calling an election – may now be regarded as the most significant characteristic of her political approach," says David Aaronovitch.
"18.04.2017 10:25:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May has called a snap election for June 8 Theresa May called for an end to "uncertainty and instability" as she announced a snap general election on June 8. Theresa May said it was the only way to "guarantee certainty and security for years ahead"
"18.04.2017 10:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The fake cancer cure sold on eBay and delivered to your supermarket Lives are being put at risk by an "extremely dangerous" fake cancer cure that is being sold on eBay and can be collected from supermarkets, scientists have warned. Black salve, a highly corrosive... Lives are being put at risk by an “extremely dangerous” fake cancer cure that is being sold on eBay and can be collected from supermarkets.
"18.04.2017 09:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk I'm not afraid to take my boys out of school in term, says Grylls The adventurer Bear Grylls has courted controversy by advocating taking children out of school during term time. Bear Grylls said that schools are not preparing children for adult life
"18.04.2017 08:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Should over-70s face compulsory driving tests? Ben Brooks-Dutton started a petition for this after an 83-year-old ran over his wife “There is going to be a huge increase in the number of older drivers on our roads, three times as many drivers over the age of 70 in the next ten years. We are unprepared for that.”
"18.04.2017 07:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Teachers have called for toddlers to be taught about transgender issues Nurseries should teach children as young as two about same-sex relationships and transgender issues to tackle prejudice, teachers have said Laura Perrins, co-editor of the Conservative Woman website, said it was “totally wrong to impose this extremist leftist ideology on toddlers”. What do you think?
"18.04.2017 06:00:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Tough-talking Trump on a roll at Easter egg games Speaking earnestly and solemnly to thousands of children at the White House's annual Easter egg roll, President Trump assured them: "We will be stronger and bigger as a nation than ever before."... Speaking earnestly and solemnly to thousands of children at the White House's annual Easter egg roll, President Trump assured them: “We will be stronger and bigger as a nation than ever before.” Only then were they allowed to propel battalions of coloured
"18.04.2017 05:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Europe fears Turkey will renege on migrant deal Europe is braced for a new migrant crisis after the newly victorious Turkish president indicated that he was preparing for a fight with Brussels by restoring the death penalty and demanding... Is a new refugee crisis coming to Europe?
"17.04.2017 22:50:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The London-born wife of President Assad may lose British citizenship Asma al-Assad uses Facebook, Instagram and Telegraph, an encrypted app, to praise the regime and accuse the West of spreading lies. MPs and campaigners called on the home secretary to remove Mrs Assad's British citizenship on the ground that it would be “conducive to the public good”.
"17.04.2017 21:47:36" www.thetimes.co.uk More than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails have gone on a hunger strike for better conditions The Israeli prison service claims that almost a fifth of the 6,200 Palestinian inmates are taking part in the strike. The prisoners' demands include more frequent family visits and easier access to telephones.
"17.04.2017 20:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Rescue workers in Sri Lanka are searching for survivors after a mountain of rubbish collapsed, killing at least 29 Rescue workers in Sri Lanka were searching frantically for survivors today, three days after a mountain of rubbish collapsed on homes, killing at least 29 with dozens more missing. About 150 homes... About 150 homes were obliterated when the rubbish apparently caught fire and gave way.
"17.04.2017 19:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Prisoners burn nicotine patches after a smoking ban is imposed in jails It was always going to be a challenge imposing a smoking ban in jails, but few thought that the cravings would be so strong that prisoners would start shredding their nicotine patches and mixing... Nicotine patches were shredded and mixed with tea leaves to make an improvised roll-up.
"17.04.2017 18:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Footage of a young Kashmiri man tied to the front of an Indian army jeep has sparked nationwide outrage Video footage of his humiliation, shot as the jeep passed through villages, has gone viral across India, fanning fresh outrage in Kashmir and furious national debate. Farooq Ahmad Dar was tied to the front of a jeep and driven from village to village as soldiers yelled at locals telling them that those who threw stones would meet the same fate.
"17.04.2017 17:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk A court in Palermo has given a lesbian visitation rights to the children of her estranged partner A court in Palermo has given a lesbian visitation rights to the children of her estranged partner, the biological mother of the eight-year-old twins. She will be allowed to see the children for one... A psychological evaluation carried out found that the children would suffer if emotional ties were cut with their non-biological “mother”.
"17.04.2017 16:17:35" Sunday Times Food Delicious (and gluten-free) A simply delicious polenta crostini with mushrooms
"17.04.2017 15:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hardline Catholics are plotting to challenge the pope over his reforms on marriage The Pope is facing a mutiny among a group of Catholic intellectuals who are plotting to challenge him over one of his key reforms. The lay "rebels" will gather in a hotel a few hundred metres from... This move by the “rebels” threatens to undermine the Pope's moral authority and reduce his esteem among the faithful.
"17.04.2017 14:15:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The Conservatives have moved into a 20-point lead over Labour The Tories are on 44 per cent while Labour is on 23 per cent, according to a YouGov survey for The Times This puts Jeremy Corbyn's party on its lowest mark in the pollster's records since 2009
"17.04.2017 13:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Reasons why brunch is the worst Brunch is the world's most platitudinous non-meal, a ghastly portmanteau fused out of the two other tedious non-events of the eating day. Brunch acolytes are the kind of individuals who get up and do things.
"17.04.2017 12:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The foie gras industry is in crisis Foie gras producers in France have been ordered to clear their farms of ducks and geese in a bid to curtail an outbreak of bird flu Its existence could be threatened if it fails to eradicate bird flu
"17.04.2017 12:03:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Teachers are turning to drink and drugs to cope with the pressures of their jobs Drinking, smoking and drug taking are at record lows among teenagers but appear to be on the rise among their teachers A teacher told the survey: “I often think about self-harming or crashing the car so I don't have to go to work.”
"17.04.2017 11:04:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Take our Times Easter quiz Have you paid attention so far in 2017? Pit yourself against quizmaster Olav Bjortomt. The answers are below During the Brexit bill vote in parliament, SNP MPs were told off for singing and whistling which work by Beethoven?
"17.04.2017 09:55:09" Sunday Times Food Quick and easy bank holiday lunch Lazy bank holiday lunch (Sunday Times Food)
"17.04.2017 09:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Prince Harry: Counselling and boxing saved me Prince Harry has spoken for the first time about receiving counselling after feeling on the verge of a mental breakdown after the death of his mother. “I have probably been very close to a complete breakdown on numerous occasions”
"17.04.2017 08:22:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 5,000 migrants were rescued from the Med this weekend It was one of the biggest series of weekend rescues as smugglers tried to make the most of mild weather “This is the worst situation the crew has encountered.”
"17.04.2017 07:12:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The mental cost of diesel fumes is like a bereavement High levels of toxic air found in London and other parts of the country carry a “psychological cost”, a study says These findings will raise the pressure on ministers to phase out diesel vehicles
"16.04.2017 20:22:28" www.thetimes.co.uk The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen for an Easter service at Windsor Castle for the first time The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Queen for an Easter service at Windsor Castle for the first time. The duchess, 35, curtsied as the Queen made her way into St George's Chapel on Sunday... The Queen wore all turquoise for the service
"16.04.2017 18:05:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A $600 dinner at the new 'world's best restaurant' Between courses six and seven, my date and I are whisked into the kitchens of Eleven Madison Park, apparently the world's best restaurant, for an edible cocktail. This involves perching on a... "The staff have googled you before you get there. They know your nationality, favourite football team and first pet's name before you've sat down for an amuse-bouche"
"16.04.2017 15:56:26" www.thetimes.co.uk David Baddiel explores Ireland I love Airbnb. I do. I think it has revolutionised travel, breaking the monopoly of hotels, with their stupid assumption that you should pay for every minuscule service, or indeed... "There are some tourist attractions so extraordinary, they break through their own cliché" David Baddiel
"16.04.2017 14:15:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Exclusive interview: Goldie Hawn After 15 years away from the big screen Goldie Hawn is back, persuaded by Amy Schumer to play her mother. "Young men today are very different, but some old dogs still have a lack of regard for a woman who has got power"
"16.04.2017 14:07:49" Sunday Times Food Rocky road with an Easter twist. An easy one to make today. Get the full recipe below. An Easter twist on a rocky road (from Sunday Times Food)
"16.04.2017 13:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Bournemouth is the fox capital of Britain The booming population means that there are likely to be more red foxes per square kilometre in urban areas than there are in the countryside Urban fox numbers have more than quadrupled in two decades
"16.04.2017 12:22:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump 'ready to strike nuclear sites' Donald Trump's closest military advisers have told Britain that America has the firepower to neutralise North Korea's nuclear programme - and may even launch a pre-emptive strike to do so. ● North Korea's failed missile test is a provocation, says Pence
● Launch 'may have been sabotaged by US cyberattack'
● Intercontinental missile unveiled at Pyongyang parade
"16.04.2017 11:37:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Behind our happy snaps is a sea of Facebook filth The social network must clean up its act or risk the censor, writes Sarah Baxter Facebook wants you to think the world is full of people who are as sensible and well informed as you.
"16.04.2017 10:28:11" Sunday Times Travel Coolest holiday ever. We want to go Arctic ski cruising
"16.04.2017 09:54:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Pushy parents 'damage teenage girls' Affluent British parents with frenzied two-career lifestyles could be partly to blame for the rise of mental health problems among teenage girls “It's not the kids, but the insane world we adults have created with our over-busy lives, consumerism and lack of boundaries around childhood”
"16.04.2017 08:52:53" www.thetimes.co.uk Mess with the hi-vis airline tyrants and you'll risk a mile-high clubbing When Dr Dao got his head kicked in, the first response of United Airlines' boss was to praise the staff who did it. In air travel today, the customer is never right: he is simply a pain in the arse.
"16.04.2017 07:19:30" www.thetimes.co.uk May speaks out for Christian Britain The prime minister used her Easter message to pledge that the government will stand up for people who openly profess their faith “We must continue to ensure that people feel able to speak about their faith and that absolutely includes their faith in Christ.”
"15.04.2017 15:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk 'When I'm training, I think about my brother' Christina Scott lost her only sibling, David, to suicide. She is running the London Marathon to raise money in his memory Six years ago, on Good Friday, my brother, David, 44, and I took his daughters, then 9 and 12, to the park. The next day, David took his own life.
"15.04.2017 14:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk This automatic ceiling thumper gets revenge on noisy neighbours Demand for the vibrating devices is outripping supply say retailers who are inundated with requests from frustrated flat-dwellers A bangin' invention
"15.04.2017 13:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk We're on the verge of Armageddon but look on the bright side Column by Giles Coren, cartoon by Peter Brookes Boris might get a crack at being actual Churchill, which is what he's been after all along. And Theresa May will make such a good Chamberlain.
"15.04.2017 12:59:39" A Times investigation has found a rise in the number of communities blighted by toxic air, intensifying calls for a crackdown on diesel vehicles.
Explore London's most polluted roads in 360
"15.04.2017 12:03:00" Sunday Times Style Have you voted in this year's Style Beauty Awards? Vote today and you could win this @lancomeofficial Grandiôse Extreme Mascara, worth £26. Vote here: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/stylebeautyawards/ Don't forget to vote in Sunday Times Style's Beauty Awards — you could win this @lancomeofficial Grandiôse Extreme Mascara, worth £26. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/stylebeautyawards/
"15.04.2017 12:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk 'We've had Life of Brian, now we need Life of Muhammad' Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the writer and campaigner, lives with round-the-clock security because of her criticisms of Islam "We need cultural tools to fight a cultural war. We can't bomb ideas out of their heads", says Ayaan Hirsi Ali of radical Islam
"15.04.2017 11:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Giles Coren reviews StreetXO in London and can't stop laughing "Look, I'm sorry. This has been a total waste of time. I should never have come here." Barf-o-rama.
"15.04.2017 10:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk How to run better, faster and for longer Whether you're a marathon runner or a 5K jogger, you can improve your style. Try running with just the sound of your own footsteps and breathing
"15.04.2017 09:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Caitlin Moran: I want a tattoo 'Getting a “Mum” inking just after leaving home was like a baby having one that read “womb”' Caitlin's been keeping an “Ideas for Great Tattoos!” notebook since she was 19
"15.04.2017 08:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Toxic air pollution has hit record levels Levels of nitrogen dioxide, which is linked to breathing problems, are supposed to be kept below 40 micrograms per cubic metre of air (g/m³) A study of 146 government-run monitoring stations shows 26 are recording nitrogen dioxide levels that breach European Union legislation and World Health Organisation guidelines
"15.04.2017 07:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Isis 'minister of war' has been killed in an airstrike Gulmurod Khalimov, who was originally from Tajikistan, was in the west of the city last week when the missile struck. Last August a $3 million bounty was put on Khalimov's head by the US government
"15.04.2017 06:16:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Step back or it's war North Korea warns Trump as China and Russia plead for caution President Trump was said to be assessing “a full range of options” as US warships with Tomahawk cruise missiles were reported to be 300 miles from North Korea's main nuclear testing site
"15.04.2017 03:29:00" Britain's best places for food, drink and fun
"15.04.2017 00:24:00" How I took 14 holidays in a year
"14.04.2017 22:11:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Racism complaints could force children's museum to remove 'offensive' golliwog dolls A collection of golliwog dolls could be removed from the oldest children's museum in Britain after complaints from visiting tourists. The black-skinned dolls have been on display at the Museum of... Should the dolls be removed?
"14.04.2017 21:31:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Starbucks blames Brexit and terrorism on 20% fall in its British corporation tax Starbucks blamed Brexit, terrorism and store closures after its profits slumped last year, leading to a 20 per cent fall in its British corporation tax. In 2012, at the height of the tax avoidance... But Brexit hasn't happened yet...
"14.04.2017 20:31:00" www.thetimes.co.uk False sickness scam costs Spanish hotels millions Spanish hoteliers have accused British holidaymakers of being weak-bellied fraudsters who make false sickness claims that cost their industry millions every year. In the Balearic Islands the number... Spanish hoteliers have accused British holidaymakers of being weak-bellied fraudsters who make false sickness claims that cost their industry millions every year.
"14.04.2017 19:31:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump 'was bailed out of difficulties by Russian cash' A former head of MI6 has suggested that Donald Trump borrowed money from Russian lenders to keep his property empire afloat. Sir Richard Dearlove, who ran the service from 1999 until 2004, said... A former head of MI6 has suggested that Donald Trump borrowed money from Russian lenders to keep his property empire afloat.
"14.04.2017 18:31:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Mystery hero wrestled 12in knife from attacker on London bus A passenger injured on a bus as he wrested a knife from a young man's hand was hailed a hero after video of the struggle emerged. Footage showed the two men beside the driver's cab fighting over a... After prising the weapon from the knifeman the unidentified man shouted: “I am an African. You will never take my life.”
"14.04.2017 17:31:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain's first special forces unit were the brains behind the SAS Previously unseen photographs of Britain's first special forces unit have come to light in a new book. The Long Range Desert Group, experts in navigation behind enemy lines in north Africa, guided... The Long Range Desert Group, experts in navigation behind enemy lines in north Africa, guided the SAS and gathered intelligence on Italian and German targets.
"14.04.2017 16:31:00" www.thetimes.co.uk One 60-minute run can add 7 hours to your life Running will do more to increase your lifespan than any other form of physical activity, according to an analysis of long-term studies on the exercise. Over the course of a lifetime it could add... Running will do more to increase your lifespan than any other form of physical activity.
"14.04.2017 15:35:22" Sunday Times Food We're Live with Sam Trevethyen, the head of coffee at London Grind as part of UK Coffee Week! ☕️ Foam art and great coffee as part of UK Coffee Week (from Sunday Times Food)
"14.04.2017 15:10:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Women in bikinis and men without socks banned from Lord's Bikinis, crop tops, T-shirts, cargo trousers, torn or ripped clothes and wearing shoes with no socks - these are just some of the sartorial sins that will see you refused entry to the members'... The Marylebone Cricket Club has issued a reminder of its dress code in a letter to members, warning that certain fashion faux pas will be frowned upon.
"14.04.2017 13:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The Canadian government has brought bills before parliament to legalise recreational marijuana use The two bills must still be approved by parliament but Justin Trudeau, the prime minister, has long argued for decriminalisation. The proposed law allows four marijuana plants to be grown at home.
"14.04.2017 12:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk War could break out “any minute”, China warns, as North Korea insists any attacks will result in nuclear retaliation Tomorrow is the 105th anniversary of the birth of North Korea's late founder, Kim Il-sung, an occasion that is often marked with military displays. “We call on all parties to refrain from provoking and threatening each other", The Chinese foreign minister, Wang Yi, pleaded.
"14.04.2017 11:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk At least 36 Islamic State militants were killed when the US dropped the 'mother of all bombs' Afghan troops worked for hours to clear militants from the network of tunnels after the Massive Ordnance Air Blast – dubbed the Mother of All Bombs by the US military – was dropped on Thursday night. The US dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb ever deployed in battle on an Isis target in eastern Afghanistan, according to the government in Kabul.
"14.04.2017 10:30:11" Sunday Times Food Gin + Dry Vermouth + Raspberry Syrup + Vodka Spray all go into the The Ivy Restaurant Clover Club cocktail It's Friday! (from Sunday Times Food)
"14.04.2017 10:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Young people struggling to afford housing are being targeted by landlords with sex-for-rent deals Experts said that such arrangements appeared to be legal, since a tenant is deemed to have entered into the agreement voluntarily, but charities condemned the practice as exploitation and an MP said that he would seek legislation to outlaw it unless Some landlords are prepared to pay all household bills provided that they are given regular sex.
"14.04.2017 09:30:00" The restoration of Jesus's tomb is completed in time for Easter A church, built on what's believed to be Jesus's tomb, has reopened allowing visitors access into the chambers for the first time.
"14.04.2017 08:30:00" This is why Brexit is a threat to the Good Friday agreement Will Brexit result in a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic?
"14.04.2017 08:08:04" Sunday Times Food We're LIVE with Alessandro Borghese, who is cooking from his new London restaurant Obica, and showing us round behind-the-scenes at the world's first mozzarella bar #foodtoshare Obicà Mozzarella Bar Sunday Times Food is live with Alessandro Borghese. If you're a fan of mozzarella tune in!
"14.04.2017 07:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A Times investigation has revealed that children with cancer are the victims of 'unfair' drug prices In October 2013 Aifa, Italy's medicines agency, received an ultimatum: it had three months to agree to price rises of up to 2,100 per cent for five cancer drugs or the only manufacturer would stop... Leaked emails show that employees of a drug company thought raising the price of cancer drugs was a “mission impossible”.
"14.04.2017 06:53:11" www.thetimes.co.uk Staff at a leading drug companies secretly planned to destroy cancer medicine unless a 4,000% price rise was agreed The company, which runs its European operations from Dublin, began a continent-wide effort to drive up the price of five cancer medicines.
"14.04.2017 03:18:00" Britain's best places for culture
"14.04.2017 01:13:00" Ice snorkelling is the best way to see Antarctica's wildlife
"13.04.2017 22:21:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Fake news is warping children's minds, warn schools Pupils are mistaking fake news for fact and are quoting it in their lessons and in written work, teachers report. More than a third of teachers say that they have seen pupils using false... “Some students did not attend school and hysteria ensued because they thought there were killer clowns roaming the streets with weapons.”
"13.04.2017 21:22:16" www.thetimes.co.uk Anti-Brexit newspaper depicts Skegness as full of racists An anti-Brexit newspaper has been accused of portraying Leave voters in a seaside town as "racist and bigoted". This week's cover of The New European, a weekly newspaper that began printing last... 76% of the town voted for Brexit.
"13.04.2017 19:59:29" www.thetimes.co.uk Sex-for-rent arrangements as young women are targeted by landlords Young people struggling to afford housing costs are being targeted by homeowners offering them a free room in return for sexual favours. Some landlords openly offer so-called "sex-for-rent" terms... Some landlords openly offer so-called “sex-for-rent” terms on Craigslist, but experts say the arrangements appear to be perfectly legal.
"13.04.2017 18:55:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Water in edible capsules could be the end of plastic bottles A squishy edible sphere made from seaweed extract could soon become an everyday alternative to plastic water bottles or shot glasses at the bar. For the past two years a team based in an incubator... This edible capsule is made of seaweed. It can be eaten and is biodegradable.
"13.04.2017 17:56:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Serving soldier is jailed for killing two young athletes after driving while drunk A serving soldier who mowed down and killed two promising teenage athletes after drinking with friends has been jailed for six years. Stacey Burrows, 16, and Lucy Pygott, 17, were on a training run... Stacey's mother Helen Burrows cried out from the public gallery: “I do not get my daughter back in three years, do I.”
"13.04.2017 16:49:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The 10-a-day diet that could extend your life Forget five a day. Scientists believe that if you want to live a longer, healthier life you should be eating ten portions of fruit and vegetables in a 24-hour period. That's a gargantuan quantity... Could you eat 10 portions of fruit and veg a day?
"13.04.2017 15:50:07" Malala, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, is now a Canadi... Malala condemned gun violence as she accepted her honorary Canadian citizenship.
"13.04.2017 15:17:03" Sunday Times Food We're LIVE in the The Ritz London kitchens, the Rolls-Royce engine of the hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant. Check out the amazing setup and see executive chef John Williams MBE cook some signature dishes Sunday Times Food are live at The Ritz. See behind-the-scenes as they cook signature dishes
"13.04.2017 13:35:39" www.thetimes.co.uk In a Facebook video, Muslim women have shown how their husbands should beat them Muslim men can hit their wives but only gently, using short sticks and pieces of fabric rather than fists, according to a Facebook video produced by the Sydney women's branch of a radical Islamic... The woman said that the “hitting” must be done in a “managed way” as fellow panellist adds it's “a beautiful blessing.”
"13.04.2017 12:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The bloody conflict in South Sudan is now a genocide, the development secretary has said Priti Patel accused President Kiir of blocking humanitarian access to his own people on a visit to refugee camps where thousands have fled the tribal warfare. More than 250,000 people have died in four years of conflict
"13.04.2017 11:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Meet the Schindlers: the modern stone age family who's teaching their students how to survive A few years ago Bill Schindler, an American professor of anthropology who teaches college students how to live like early humans, asked his class to crack some eggs and separate the yolks from the... We need to relearn how to be human, says the anthropologist Professor Caveman
"13.04.2017 10:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump offers China a bargain: stable trade relationship in return for thwarting North Korea's nuclear programme President Trump has offered China an audacious grand bargain: the promise of a stable trade relationship between the world's two largest economies in return for its help in neutering North Korea's... The White House believes that Kim Jong-un's regime is on course to build a nuclear missile capable of reaching the West Coast of America by the end of Mr Trump's four-year term.
"13.04.2017 10:18:12" Sunday Times Food That tin of chickpeas can make this delicious salad Lunch inspiration (from Sunday Times Food)
"13.04.2017 09:36:45" www.thetimes.co.uk Official trade figures reveal Britain's reliance on EU workers A further 400,000 EU citizens worked in the financial and business services sector, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). More than half a million EU citizens were employed in Britain's retail, hotel and restaurant industries last year, according to a government study.
"13.04.2017 08:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk African migrants desperate to reach Europe are being sold as slaves in Libya for as little as $200 The traffickers promise them passage but sell them at slave markets instead. Men are tortured and women raped by their “buyers”, according to the UN migration agency.
"13.04.2017 07:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Pro-Islamic State propaganda remains on Facebook despite being flagged Illegal pro-terrorist content is freely available on Facebook, an analysis found. Using a fake profile in the name of a Briton in his thirties, The Times befriended more than 100 jihadists using... Using a fake profile, The Times befriended more than 100 jihadists using the social network.
"13.04.2017 05:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Facebook's darkest secret: a platform for paedophiles "Welcome," one forum poster said, "to the darkest corner of the web." The writer was not referring to encrypted messaging services or obscure internet chatrooms. He was talking about Facebook. The... “Welcome,” one forum poster said, “to the darkest corner of the web.” The writer was not referring to encrypted messaging services or obscure internet chatrooms. He was talking about Facebook.
"13.04.2017 03:10:00" Britain's best places for being close to nature
"13.04.2017 02:16:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Migrants are being sold for $200 at Libyan slave markets African migrants desperate to reach Europe are being sold as slaves in Libya for as little as $200, according to the UN migration agency, which says that men are tortured and women raped by their... If a captive dies after being tortured the kidnappers return to the market to buy more migrants to replace them. Women are bought by private buyers and raped.
"13.04.2017 00:06:00" The best boutique music festivals in Europe
"12.04.2017 23:08:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Facebook is publishing child pornography and jihadi videos Facebook is at risk of a criminal prosecution in Britain for refusing to remove potentially illegal terrorist and child pornography content despite being told it was on the site, The Times can reveal. Facebook failed to take down dozens of disturbing images and videos when they were flagged to moderators, leaving the company at risk of prosecution. Read the Times investigation:
"12.04.2017 21:33:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Libyan slave traders sell migrants for £160 each African migrants desperate to reach Europe are being sold as slaves in Libya for as little as $200 (£160), according to the UN migration agency, which says that men are tortured and women are raped... Slaves are usually tortured while their captors demand a ransom from their families over the phone. Women are often raped by their “buyers”.
"12.04.2017 20:25:35" www.thetimes.co.uk Meet the modern caveman who lives like our ancestors A few years ago Bill Schindler, an American professor of anthropology who teaches college students how to live like early humans, asked his class to crack some eggs and separate the yolks from the... People have become disconnected from their food and from the fundamental skills that made human beings such a successful species, says Professor Schindler.
"12.04.2017 19:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The animals have safely flown to Jordan for emergency care after being discovered in squalid cages A lion and bear from Mosul zoo which survived the battle against Islamic State have been safely flown to Jordan for emergency medical care. Simba the lion and Lula the bear were left behind when... Simba the lion and Lula, a bear, survived the Islamic State's slaughter of animals at the zoo in Mosul, Iraq.
"12.04.2017 18:11:13" Why the Good Friday agreement is under threat from Brexit Some commentators think Brexit will mean that a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic will have to return.
"12.04.2017 17:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Google Maps plagued with fake business listings from plumbers, electricians and pizza delivery companies Tens of thousands of fake businesses are listed on Google Maps each month by fraudsters looking to scam customers into paying inflated fees. Researchers at Google and the University of California... Tens of thousands of fake businesses are listed on Google Maps each month by fraudsters looking to scam customers into paying inflated fees.
"12.04.2017 16:10:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Renting a property instead of buying can 'lead to lower birth rates' Young renters struggling to get on the property ladder are less likely to have children, according to new research which found home owners have better fertility rates. Two decades of soaring house... Two decades of soaring house prices have coincided with a decline in the number of renters starting families, according to new research.
"12.04.2017 15:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk The man who invented a happiness algorithm - and learnt to cope with his son's sudden death By the time he was in his thirties, the tech entrepreneur Mo Gawdat should have been enjoying everything life had to offer. His work for IBM and Microsoft had given him success, recognition and... Mo Gawdat thought he had unearthed the secret of unalloyed joy. Then his child died and his theory was sorely tested.
"12.04.2017 14:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Wladimir Klitschko says he is in the best shape of his life ahead of his bout with Anthony Joshua If Wladimir Klitschko is just going through the motions, he is not letting on. At 41, with a host of outside interests and a bank balance to make a relatively well-off sultan blush, few would be... After 18 months out of the ring, Wladimir Klitschko explains he is ready for his highly-anticipated return to the boxing arena.
"12.04.2017 14:06:00" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Thin' model used in Selfridges ad cleared by watchdog as she was not “significantly underweight” The advertising watchdog has rejected a complaint that a model featured in a promotional image for Selfridges was too thin and projected an unrealistic and unhealthy image of women's bodies. It... The finding drew protests from critics of the fashion industry who said it reversed recent advances in the use of women with more diverse body shapes.
"12.04.2017 13:31:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Kim: We will retaliate with nuclear weapons if attacked North Korea threatened nuclear retaliation against the US yesterday after learning that an American naval carrier strike group had been dispatched to waters off its coast. The Kim regime reacted... North Korea threatened nuclear retaliation against the US after learning that an American naval carrier strike group had been dispatched to waters off its coast.
"12.04.2017 13:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Staff at Guys Marsh prison in Dorset have "lost control of the institution" according to an inspection report Prisoners walked around in dressing gowns or shorts because supervision at a jail was so lax that poor behaviour had become normal, according to an inspection report. Staff routinely failed to... Supervision of inmates has become so inadequate that prisoners are walking around in their dressing gowns and shorts
"12.04.2017 12:10:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Why not do away with immigration controls altogether? We have debated immigration in this country for decades, despite claims to the contrary from those obsessed with the topic. The usual dividing line is seen as between the hard right, who want to... This country and its residents have always benefited from migration in both directions, writes James Mackenzie
"12.04.2017 11:44:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Thousands of doctors plan to quit the profession due to an increased pressure on their workload Seven in ten GPs intend to stop seeing patients, take a career break or reduce their hours within the next five years, according to research. Two family doctors in every five intend to walk away... Seven in ten GPs intend to stop seeing patients, take a career break or reduce their hours within the next five years, according to research.
"12.04.2017 11:18:42" www.thetimes.co.uk Ebola nurse will return to Sierra Leone and says the trip will give her “closure in a positive way” Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse who survived Ebola twice, is to return to Sierra Leone for the first time since contracting the life-threatening disease there. Ms Cafferkey, 41, who lives in... The nurse who survived Ebola twice, is to return to Sierra Leone for the first time since contracting the life-threatening disease there
"12.04.2017 10:05:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Shunning dairy as part of a "clean eating" regime can lead to osteoporosis later in life, warn experts Young people shunning dairy as part of a "clean eating" regime risk osteoporosis in later life, a charity has warned. Diets promoted by misinformation on social media are leaving thousands of young... The rise of bloggers promoting fad diets has led to 46 per cent of young people claiming that they are intolerant of or allergic to cow's milk.
"12.04.2017 09:45:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Barrister has been issued a harassment warning amid allegations she 'made death threats' to law student Police have issued a harassment warning to a barrister amid allegations that she waged a campaign of online bullying, abuse and "death threats" against a law student and another lawyer. Barbara... A law student at University of Nottingham claimed he had “received death threats and abuse over the phone” from the human rights specialist.
"12.04.2017 09:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Germany halts the return of asylum seekers to Hungary after migrants are detained in border camps Germany has halted the return of asylum seekers to Hungary until it is given assurances that they will not be automatically detained in border camps. The Merkel government was responding to an... The UN refugee agency appealed to the Merkel government after Hungary housed migrants in adapted shipping containers surrounded by razor wire.
"12.04.2017 08:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain is the third most generous nation after spending £14.4 billion in aid Britain contributed almost one dollar in every eight of overseas aid last year, according to a study of large developed nations' spending. Britain was the third largest spender of 29 nations, with... But there have been calls to cut aid spending amid claims that hundreds of millions of pounds in overseas aid is lost to fraud every year.
"12.04.2017 07:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Devastated parents of severely brain-damaged baby are considering a court appeal to keep their son alive The parents of a severely brain-damaged baby are considering whether to appeal against a judge's ruling that his life support be removed. Charlie Gard, who is eight months old and unable to breathe... A judge ruled that life support should be removed for the eight months old baby who is unable to breathe unaided.
"12.04.2017 06:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Children as young as seven have been investigated over sexting Thousands of children have been investigated by police for sending sexual imagery online and on their phones, an analysis has revealed. Children as young as seven have been the subject of police... Police have taken action over thousands of under-18s using Snapchat, Facebook and more
"12.04.2017 04:59:54" www.thetimes.co.uk Allies reject Boris Johnson's call to punish Putin over Syria Boris Johnson was left embarrassed last night after his demands for fresh sanctions against Russia over its backing for President Assad of Syria were publicly rebuffed by European allies. The final... A member of the government said: “This is the humiliation of our country".
"11.04.2017 22:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Millions of Chinese have called out 'racism' in the US after a doctor was dragged from a plane The airline said it had randomly chosen four passengers to be involuntarily “re-accommodated”, to make way for four employees of a partner airline. David Dao was left bleeding from the mouth after being dragged by his arms along the floor of the economy-class cabin.
"11.04.2017 21:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk These could be the world's oldest dental fillings They're made from a mixture of bitumen, plant fibres and hairs They were found in two 13,000-year-old teeth in a corner of northern Italy.
"11.04.2017 20:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk That faux fur you bought could be the real thing The sale of cat or dog fur, as well as seal skin, was outlawed by the EU in 2009. The analysis, carried out in partnership with Sky News, reportedly found that cat, racoon, dog, mink and rabbit fur were being sold in UK shops.
"11.04.2017 19:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk No, Leavers are not going to change their minds Something has been puzzling me for 20 years and I think that, just this week, I've worked it out. Allow me to explain, because I think it helps with understanding the politics of Brexit and why the... People's feelings about their vote change once they have voted.
"11.04.2017 18:33:53" Neil Gorsuch is sworn in as a US Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch could influence American policy for decades
"11.04.2017 17:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Watch out for sneaky supermarket price increases Supermarkets are imposing "stealth" price rises on selected products to offset Brexit-induced costs without losing business. The cost of lightbulbs has risen by almost 20 per cent in just six months
"11.04.2017 16:36:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The issues of the world are complicated in all the ways this photo isn't It's easy to applaud a young woman confronting an EDL protester but no problems are solved by our feelgood praise “It's the same sense of conflicted guilt that makes us cheer Khan that also made us jeer at Jenner” — Hugo Rifkind
"11.04.2017 15:33:46" Meet Vogue UK's new editor 7 things you didn't know about British Vogue's new male editor, Edward Enninful
"11.04.2017 14:31:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Measuring body fat percentage is the new fitness obsession. But is it really that useful? Body fat is big right now. On social media almost 170,000 Instagram posts are adorned with the hashtag #bodyfat, and more than 12,000 with #bodyfatpercentage, highlighting our fascination with... Body fat percentage has replaced bodyweight and BMI as a key health indicator
"11.04.2017 13:20:00" www.thetimes.co.uk How to improve your sex life overnight - by a woman who knows You might not know her name, but Dr Nicole Prause is the doctor who every woman would like to have on speed dial. In her white lab coat, she looks like your average medic (albeit a rather glamorous... “No food — aphrodisiacs are not real. There's no need to spend money on that stuff”
"11.04.2017 12:17:53" www.thetimes.co.uk Russia will not face immediate sanctions Russia will not face immediate sanctions despite British claims that it was responsible "by proxy" for the chemical attack on Syria. The G7 foreign ministers, meeting in Italy, are likely to agree... Despite British claims that it was responsible “by proxy” for the chemical attack on Syria
"11.04.2017 11:00:00" The church built on the purported site of Jesus's tomb has reo... The church built on the purported site of Jesus's tomb has reopened
"11.04.2017 10:18:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The former Eton master (who taught David Cameron and Boris Johnson) on the need for parental discipline As a former headmaster of Harrow School, Barnaby Lenon has educated thousands of boys and developed clear views on their working habits. "Ninety-nine per cent of boys I have had to deal with are... “Ninety-nine per cent of boys I have had to deal with are lazy”
"11.04.2017 09:34:50" www.thetimes.co.uk Electrically stimulating the 'honesty muscle' in the brain can makes humans tell the truth Maybe John Humphrys should be allowed to zap the brains of his political interviewees. According to the latest neuroscience research, if he did so, he would have a significantly better chance of... “We thought if we can strengthen it, we can make people more honest. And lo and behold we did.” - said Christian Ruff, from the University of Zurich
"11.04.2017 08:40:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Hackers can guess codes from the tilt of a phone From accelerometers to ambient pressure detectors, gyroscopes to GPS, smartphones have dozens of sensors, most of which go unnoticed. But if the owners are unaware of them, hackers are not. A team... The research is the latest to find that security can be breached in unexpected ways.
"11.04.2017 07:41:21" www.thetimes.co.uk Look in the mirror to spot these signs for heart disease risk Look out, silver foxes. New research shows that the greyer your hair the greater your risk of heart attack. The relationship can't be explained away by the obvious association with age, or any... Baldness, a cloudy ring around the iris and even your ears could provide clues on the health of your heart.
"11.04.2017 06:40:05" www.thetimes.co.uk A life-extending breast cancer drug rejected as too expensive for England will be made available in Scotland The drug Kadcyla can offer an extra nine months of life to patients with a form of incurable breast cancer. Scotland has also become the first part of the UK to offer a pill that cuts the risk of HIV infection by 90%
"11.04.2017 06:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Titanic families sink theme park's plan for 'iceberg experience' A theme park in China has backed down over plans to recreate the sinking of the Titanic after protests by the relatives of those who died. A life-size reconstruction of the "unsinkable" liner is... They're still opening a hotel inside a lifesize replica, though.
"11.04.2017 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May defies allies to support sanctions on Putin Theresa May threw her weight behind efforts to impose sanctions on Russia over its backing for President Assad last night in the face of European opposition. The prime minister said after a... EU leaders fear a clampdown on Russia would be counterproductive - but Britain is standing firm.
"11.04.2017 02:33:00" The coolest places to live in Britain.
"11.04.2017 02:12:01" www.thetimes.co.uk School gunman kills estranged wife and boy, 8 A man shot and killed his estranged wife and an eight-year-old pupil at a primary school in San Bernardino, California, yesterday, before turning the gun on himself. Cedric Anderson, 53, was... Cedric Anderson walked into a special needs class where she was teaching and opened fire.
"10.04.2017 22:24:00" The new extreme sport of 'fat-biking'.
"10.04.2017 21:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk The first rail freight service from the UK to China set off today Carriages loaded with whisky, vitamins and baby products set off from Essex on a 7,500-mile journey along the ancient Silk Road trade routes as the first rail freight service from the UK to China... It's cheaper than air freight and faster than ship
"10.04.2017 19:35:00" The spirit of Peter Pan lives on in modern Britain with adults buying toys in record numbers
"10.04.2017 18:01:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Hitler rented room from Jewish landlord during rise to power Adolf Hitler had a Jewish landlord for almost a decade who allowed him to return after the future Nazi dictator served a year in jail for his failed coup attempt in Munich. Hitler sub-let a room... Adolf Hitler had a Jewish landlord for almost a decade who allowed him to return after the future Nazi dictator served a year in jail
"10.04.2017 17:33:16" Sunday Times Food A classic dhal for dinner. Recipe below Something new for dinner (from Sunday Times Food)
"10.04.2017 17:20:50" Today there is a new Metropolitan Police commissioner: Cressida Dick
"10.04.2017 17:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Clampdown on meat trade is an attack on our faith, say Muslims For more than a century Saunders market has been the hub of the meat trade in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh in northern India. Built under the British in 1910, the market remains a linchpin... "It's totally a religious thing. The government is anti-Muslim and wants to ban buffalo meat. They're using the licences as an excuse"
"10.04.2017 16:12:00" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Fake' fur on high street fashion found to contain hair from cats, raccoon dogs, and rabbits Fake fur attached to some shoes, gloves and hats contains hair from cats, raccoon dogs, mink and rabbits, an investigation has found. House of Fraser and the online retailer Missguided have been... House of Fraser and Missguided have been forced to withdraw a number of products after a laboratory test detected real fur on items labelled as “faux”
"10.04.2017 15:20:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Children are forced to carry around their own chairs as schools are forced to adapt to budget cuts Class sizes of 64, children carrying chairs around and adverts on school grounds: a study has revealed the grim reality of education funding cuts. Three quarters of schools have cut budgets this... "Bums on seats mean more money and children are having to carry their chairs around the school"
"10.04.2017 14:00:53" The devastating bleaching last year damaged at least 85% of the 1,600-mile reef.
"10.04.2017 13:19:22" www.thetimes.co.uk An Indian politician threatened to behead “traitors” who opposed the construction of a Hindu temple A senior official in India's ruling party has sparked outrage after threatening to behead "traitors" who oppose the construction of a Hindu temple on the disputed site of a mosque destroyed in... Radical Hindus have vowed to build a temple on the spot where a mosque was destroyed during riots 25 years ago
"10.04.2017 12:42:34" Lining the streets for PC Keith Palmer This is the funeral procession for PC Keith Palmer who died in the recent Westminster terror attacks.
"10.04.2017 12:15:00" www.thetimes.co.uk G7 ministers will hold an emergency meeting today to discuss a way to end Putin's support for the Assad regime Foreign ministers are to discuss a way to end President Putin's support for the Assad regime today after Russia warned the United States that it had crossed a "red line" with its missile attack on... Russia have warned that the United States had crossed a “red line” with its missile attack on Syria.
"10.04.2017 11:30:00" Is less attention paid to environmental damage in the oceans because we can't see it?
"10.04.2017 10:40:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Tough military training could impair the fertility of female soldiers Army chiefs have begun a study into whether tough military training could impair the fertility of female soldiers. Experts from Army Headquarters in Andover, Hampshire, and Defence Medical Services... Army chiefs have begun a study into how army training regimes affect the female endocrine system, which controls the production of hormones involved in reproduction.
"10.04.2017 09:56:08" www.thetimes.co.uk A quarter of those who describe themselves as Christians don't believe in the Resurrection A quarter of British people who describe themselves as Christian say they do not believe in the Resurrection of Jesus, according to research. The survey, commissioned by the BBC, also showed that a... The survey also showed that a fifth of non-religious people in the UK believed in some kind of life after death.
"10.04.2017 08:17:46" www.thetimes.co.uk The family of a woman killed on the M4 kept two homeless men as “slaves” A woman killed on the M4 while trying to catch her escaped dog was the matriarch of a family who kept two homeless men as "slaves" and whose husband and sons are in prison. Patricia Connors, 66... Patricia Connors was hit by a van while trying to save her dog after it got loose on the M4 near Cardiff
"10.04.2017 07:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Doctors who trained abroad are 'more likely to face competence investigations' Doctors who trained in Bangladesh are 13 times more likely to face competence investigations than those who qualified in Britain, analysis of official figures has found. Doctors from every other... A quarter of NHS doctors are from overseas and the health service is reliant on foreign staff
"10.04.2017 06:35:19" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain is pushing western nations to impose new sanctions on Russia if it fails to cut ties with President Assad The Russian embassy in London suggested that if Moscow received an ultimatum from western powers this week it could lead to “real war”. Russia and Iran warned jointly yesterday that they would “respond with force” if there were further US attacks in Syria.
"09.04.2017 21:47:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Sunday Times Home: Ruby Wax on writing in her room, Cape Town and carrying around Farrow & Ball swatches I don't have great taste. I had a flat in a Victorian house in Notting Hill, and I wanted it to look like the adobe style in New Mexico. I didn't realise that the terracotta look is the result of... "When you get a good one, you marry them. Marry the plumber" Ruby Wax
"09.04.2017 18:45:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Here are 15 last-minute deals in southern Europe By the beginning of May, summer will have arrived in the Med and everyone living south of Lyons will be lingering over lattes on sunny plazas while trying to decide whether to go back to the office... It's warm, free from crowds and a bargain
"09.04.2017 15:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The Sunday Times Style Beauty Awards are bigger and better than ever, so what are you waiting for? Get voting! nu-wp-style-beauty-prod-cma.elb.ntch.co.uk Plus you could win some fantastic prizes (from Sunday Times Style )
"09.04.2017 14:41:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The row over Ken Livingstone is a reminder that the Holocaust has left us blind to an older anti-semitism Ken Livingstone, who has been suspended from holding office in the Labour Party following his claims that Adolf Hitler supported Zionism, is a provocateur. That is to say: he doesn't care about the... "Anti-semites have not reached their conclusions by some faulty line of reasoning that can be corrected" - Anthony Julius and Deborah Lipstadt
"09.04.2017 14:21:41" Sunday Times Food Candice Brown's delicious flourless chocolate orange cake is a great Sunday bake A Sunday treat (from Sunday Times Food)
"09.04.2017 13:11:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The horror of children choking to death in Syrian town hit by gas attack The graves in Khan Sheikhoun are freshly dug, the loose red soil piled alongside white headstones. Chiselled into the stones are the names of some of the 87 people who died here, gasping for breath... Children choked, dying as they ran.
“They must have gone crazy from the pain.”
"09.04.2017 12:09:10" The Sunday Times Magazine Marie-Claire Chappet explain why she decided to have surgery to change her face. How it feels to... hate your face. From The Sunday Times Magazine
"09.04.2017 11:11:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Prince Charles: The quirky man who would be king AMBITIOUS The Queen left little doubt about her vitality as she celebrated her 90th birthday on April 21, 2016. But if she were to become mentally or physically incapacitated, she told those... Prickly, fussy about his food and martinis and so given to bombarding ministers with ideas that Thatcher had to remind him she ran the country, Charles can be hard to fathom.
"09.04.2017 10:26:33" School confiscates game consoles from students' homes This school has an unusual method of making sure their pupils do their homework – games consoles are banned.
"09.04.2017 09:10:04" The search for Litvinenko's killers Shortly after Alexander Litvinenko's death, Scotland Yard made a breakthrough in the murder investigation. This is what they discovered.
"09.04.2017 08:08:53" The Sunday Times Magazine Watch original NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration footage of Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke and Harrison Schmitt's historic trips to the moon Nasa's original footage of Buzz Aldrin's trip to the moon, from The Sunday Times Magazine.
"09.04.2017 07:03:26" www.thetimes.co.uk Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood was the public contact for radical Luton mosque It was a simple rack of leaflets that gave away the role of the Westminster attacker in one of Britain's most hardline mosques. Khalid Masood was a public contact person for calltoislam.com, until... The mosque insists that it condemns terrorism. But material it publishes is extreme.
"08.04.2017 22:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk When the Bank of England boasted that its new £5 note was tough, mischief makers rose to the challenge When the Bank of England boasted that its new £5 note was tougher than any of its predecessors, mischief makers rose to the challenge. The plastic fiver has survived spins in a washing machine and... "You can't spend university money on things like this"
"08.04.2017 20:02:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Playing this smartphone games for half an hour a week claims to reverse the effects of age-related long-sightedness It could be a godsend for anyone who spent a frustrating ten minutes searching for their specs before opening this newspaper: an app that improves your close-up vision. The Israeli company... The company says more than 90 per cent of users can discard their reading glasses within three months
"08.04.2017 19:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk An English Defence League rally today was outnumbered by a “best of British” tea party at Birmingham's Central Mosque It was supposed to be a far-right show of strength against Islamist terrorists on the streets of Birmingham. But in the end it was overshadowed by a spot of tea, cake and union jack bunting... “There is no place in our city for messages of hate"
"08.04.2017 16:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Francesco Mazzei's rustic Italian classics Spaghetti with anchovies and butterServes 460g anchovies, in oil120g unsalted butter, room temperature, diced200g purple sprouting broccoli350g spaghetti50ml vegetable stock30g bottarga (cured fish... Dinner inspiration from Chef Francesco Mazzei
"08.04.2017 15:34:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain really be home to an epic, once-in-a-lifetime road trip The sheep is staring at me with a look of alarm. She is standing stock still, presumably in the hope that she will be able to blend in with the sand behind her and go unnoticed. For a moment we eye... The 500-mile journey from Inverness
"08.04.2017 14:23:34" Sunday Times Food Weekend treat: Rhubarb clafoutis with almond cream Baking inspiration (from Sunday Times Food)
"08.04.2017 13:27:00" www.thetimes.co.uk This is how it feels when one of your parents has an affair Did one of your parents have an affair? How did it affect you?
"08.04.2017 12:16:26" www.thetimes.co.uk Guerrilla: a story about toxic race relations in 1970s London Idris Elba grew up in 1970s London, so personal passion has driven his role in a drama about that era's racial violence and police brutality.
"08.04.2017 10:51:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Rob Wright's guide to every runner in the Grand National The Last Samuri: Ran a cracker when runner-up to Rule The World last year but is 12lb higher in the weights this time around. He again showed his liking for these fences when third to Vieux Lion... Who will you put money on? #GrandNational
"08.04.2017 09:54:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Former Miss World and current mayor of Gibraltar says Spain is being 'vindictive' Gibraltar is feeling "a little shaken", the new mayor explains. First Lord Howard of Lympne, the former Tory leader, suggested that there might be a Falklands-style war over the dependency. Then a... This week she became mayor and she is everything you would expect from a Miss World.
"08.04.2017 08:05:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain's 20 best nature reserves Wild cherries are now bringing forth cascades of white blossom. The poet AE Housman once wrote that 50 years is not long enough to take in all one would like to of their snowy beauty. One could... Our guide to the Wildlife Trusts' most beautiful reserves to find out where to spot otters, dolphins and roe deer.
"08.04.2017 07:01:56" www.thetimes.co.uk Shoppers massacred in Stockholm by terrorist who drove lorry into pedestrians Two men were arrested last night in the hunt for a terrorist who drove a lorry down a crowded pedestrian street in Stockholm, killing at least four people and injuring 15 more. In an incident... Two men have been arrested in the hunt for a terrorist who drove a lorry down a crowded pedestrian street in Stockholm, killing at least four people and injuring 15 more.
"08.04.2017 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hosepipe ban feared as Britain starts hottest weekend of the year The wine is chilled, the barbecues are dusted off and the sun cream, of course, will be shunned. But as the nation is poised to swelter on what is set to be the hottest weekend of the year so far... It's going to be a good one - but winter could still come back to haunt you if you're in the South.
"08.04.2017 02:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Russia and the US are 'one step away' from conflict Moscow warned that the United States was "one step away from military clashes with Russia" yesterday when President Trump targeted the Assad regime in Syria with the greatest show of American... Troubled times.
"07.04.2017 22:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Inside the Freemasons: The once secretive society is on the hunt for new, younger members In they file - the provincial grand masters, the grand stewards and the right worshipful brethren - out of the December cold, down the marbled antechambers into the Grand Temple. Freemasons, we are... After years of decline, the masons are on a modestly successful recruitment drive for members under 30, but five times as many Freemasons are over 80.
"07.04.2017 20:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk International trade secretary, Liam Fox, saved the life of a baby who had a seizure during a flight As international trade secretary, Liam Fox is responsible for forging goodwill towards Britain around the world. It was a mission he more than fulfilled on Sunday when he came to the aid of a baby... Dr Fox was flying to the Philippines on a post-Article 50 trade visit when flight attendants made an emergency call asking if there were any doctors on board .
"07.04.2017 18:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Mothers in Cyprus are 'demanding caesareans to choose their baby's star sign' “They tell their doctors 'I want my baby to be born on a specific date so that it will be a particular star sign',” Dr Christofides said. “There is education, there are lessons to educate them on natural labour, but unfortunately they haven't worked.” A Cypriot doctor has blamed “immature and demanding” mothers for the rise in caesarean section births.
"07.04.2017 17:54:26" Sunday Times Food The weekend is calling out for this Pina Colada recipe from The Ivy Restaurant made with roasted coconut infused Havana Club rum It's Friday! (from Sunday Times Food)
"07.04.2017 17:01:59" Sunday Times Food Live from The London Coffee Festival, Simon from Caravan Coffee Roasters shows us the origins of their amazing beans ☕️ How to be a coffee connoisseur (from Sunday Times Food)
"07.04.2017 17:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk At least three people were killed today when a suspected terrorist drove a lorry into crowds of shoppers in Stockholm At least three people were killed and eight injured today when a suspected terrorist drove a lorry into crowds of shoppers in central Stockholm. "Sweden is under attack," said Stefan Lofven, the... “Sweden is under attack,” said Stefan Lofven, the prime minister
"07.04.2017 16:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The middle classes should cough up for state schools, writes Toby Young Shock, horror! St John's primary school in Crowborough, East Sussex, has asked parents to donate toilet rolls, while Caversham primary school in Berkshire has asked for £1 a day. Reading some of... For parents who can afford it, is £1 a day too much to ask?
"07.04.2017 15:45:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A teenager who struggles with depression and Asperger's syndrome is found dead after his iPad was confiscated Ceri Sheehan, 15, took his own life on the night that his parents confiscated his iPad to stop him going to bed late, an inquest was told.
"07.04.2017 14:38:18" Meet Harry, the latest autonomous vehicle With a top speed of just 10mph, it's not the fastest way to get from A to B.
"07.04.2017 14:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Damien Hirst's comeback in Venice is absurd — it should be dumped at sea A trip to the nuclear sites of North Korea might have been easier to organise than a preview tour of this show. Damien Hirst's much-vaunted comeback - it is hailed as his most ambitious exhibition... Hirst, like some James Bond character, may desire world domination, but his dream is overinflated
"07.04.2017 13:53:53" www.facebook.com The very best analysis of the County Championship Read the very best analysis from the return of the County Championship in tomorrow's edition of The Times and The Sunday Times. Don't miss it! Only in Times Sport.
"07.04.2017 13:20:05" Sunday Times Food Join us at Le Gavroche with the legendary chef Michel Roux Jr., who will be preparing and cooking a seasonal skrei cod dish, with cannellini beans and chorizo Join Sunday Times Food at Le Gavroche with the legendary chef Michel Roux Jr., who will be preparing and cooking a seasonal skrei cod dish, with cannellini beans and chorizo
"07.04.2017 11:30:39" Hot air balloons travel the English Channel In an attempt to break the world record, 80 hot air balloons took off from Dover this morning.
"07.04.2017 10:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump's missile strikes on a Syrian regime airfield reveals his emotionally driven doctrine President Trump's decision to launch cruise missile strikes on a Syrian regime airfield gives us an insight into his doctrine: unpredictable, tactical and emotionally driven. The decision to take a... President Trump wants to send a message to President Assad - that his use of chemical weapons will not be tolerated.
"07.04.2017 09:20:44" www.thetimes.co.uk Ayaa Fadl survived after breathing in the deadly gas but she lost 22 members of her family Minutes after the first missile hit, Abdelhamid al-Youssef and his young wife, Delal, scooped up their nine-month-old twins and ran down to the street, thinking it would be safer. Three more... “The air didn't smell bad at first but it became heavy, you couldn't breathe. It felt like it had weight in it,” said Ayaa, a teacher.
"07.04.2017 08:22:09" A student who entered Serbia's presidential election for a joke — and whose pledge was “to steal for myself, but also to give something to the people” – shook up the race.
"07.04.2017 07:48:30" www.thetimes.co.uk 8 things to avoid if you want to add value to your house Are you planning to put your home on the market? Then take a cold hard look at the place because the home you love may not evoke the same emotion among buyers. The softening of the market means... 8. Dismantle the sex dungeon. These are more common than you might think...
"07.04.2017 06:32:27" www.thetimes.co.uk Times investigation finds first time buyers are losing out to foreign investors in Britain Foreign investors are buying up chunks of new housing developments across Britain, making it even harder for young people to purchase their first home, an investigation by The Times has found. The Times has established that more than 93 per cent of flats in one of Manchester's biggest housing developments have been bought by foreign residents or companies registered overseas.
"07.04.2017 02:19:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump launches missile strike on Syria after chemical attack President Trump ordered the launch of dozens of cruise missiles last night to strike a Syrian airfield in retaliation for the Assad regime's use of chemical weapons on civilians. The US military... "Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women and children," Mr Trump said. "Tonight I ordered a targeted military strike on the airfield in Syria from where the chemical attack was launched."
"06.04.2017 22:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk This girl is believed to have been brought up by monkeys in India Dubbed by the Indian media as Mowgli girl after Rudyard Kipling's tale, she is believed to be around eight years old. She has now been trained to walk upright but frequently reverts to all fours
"06.04.2017 21:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Cheap loans are driving us towards a cliff While the government focuses on curbing corporate excesses, it is ignoring the economy's flashing warning lights Cheap car loans won't keep the UK economy motoring beyond Brexit
"06.04.2017 20:22:43" www.thetimes.co.uk You need a very good nose to become a whisky blender Emma Walker is one of a team of 12 blenders who monitor eight million casks of scotch whisky maturing at Diageo's Scottish sites Warning: reading this will give you job envy
"06.04.2017 19:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Parents who remove their child from school for even half a day could be prosecuted and fined The Supreme Court ruled against a father who had won a High Court battle over a term-time holiday “This acts as a warning to parents and conveys the gravity with which the court views a child's attendance at school.”
"06.04.2017 17:41:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Compulsory voting can make Britain fairer Intractable issues such as housing and pensions would be tackled if politicians knew they had to appeal to all voters Compulsion would change the dynamics of politics in an instant
"06.04.2017 16:39:21" "It's cringey. It's tone deaf. It's a cynical attempt at co-opting the appetite for heartfelt protest to shift some fizzy drinks."
"06.04.2017 16:06:01" www.thetimes.co.uk We won't budge on Gibraltar, May tells Tusk The prime minister used a meeting in Downing Street with the Brussels powerbroker to stress that the UK's position on the Rock had not changed Britain will not negotiate on the sovereignty of Gibraltar as part of the Brexit talks with the EU
"06.04.2017 14:58:00" www.thetimes.co.uk If you were an EU leader, would you trust us? Someone began a dreary debate this week about post-Brexit passports. To me it's clear that, on departure, the UK should adopt the first ever personal-choice passport cover. Britons would show up at... Our columnist David Aaronovitch weighs in on the post-Brexit world
"06.04.2017 13:22:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Damien Hirst's new show is absurd. It should be dumped at the bottom of the sea A trip to the nuclear sites of North Korea might have been easier to organise than a preview tour of this show. Damien Hirst's much-vaunted comeback - it is hailed as his most ambitious exhibition... Damien Hirst makes his much-vaunted comeback, but his new exhibition has been dubbed "huge, ugly and outlandishly brash"
"06.04.2017 12:15:00" www.thetimes.co.uk François Fillon has accused President Hollande of employing 20 secret investigators to dig up dirt on him François Fillon has accused President Hollande of employing 20 secret investigators to dig up dirt on him. Mr Fillon, 63, the centre-right French presidentital candidate whose campaign has been hit... The French presidential candidate has accused President Hollande of conducting a secret smear campaign
"06.04.2017 11:16:57" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain's first double hand transplant patient can now clap, write letters and pour his own beer The UK's first double hand transplant recipient has said he is making better progress than he ever thought possible, and has even managed to write a thank you letter to his surgeon. Chris King, 57... "I can make a fist, I can hold a pen, I can do more or less the same functions as I could with my original hands," - Chris King
"06.04.2017 10:06:45" Sunday Times Food We're live now at The Ritz London in their world-famous Rivoli Bar, where we'll be checking out the Art Deco decor and sampling signature cocktails Sunday Times Food are live now at The Ritz London in their world-famous Rivoli Bar, where they'll be checking out the Art Deco decor and sampling signature cocktails
"06.04.2017 09:11:51" Spitting wine out during a tasting session prevents the drinker from fully appreciating it.
"06.04.2017 08:19:55" www.thetimes.co.uk Donald Trump threatens action against Syria after 'heinous' gas attack leaves at least 20 children dead President Trump said yesterday that the burden of responsibility for handling the Syrian war fell on him, but declined to map out how he would respond to President Assad's use of chemical weapons... "It's very, very possible that my attitude toward Syria and Assad has changed very much.” – Donald J. Trump
"06.04.2017 07:07:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Confusion over gender-neutral toilets at Barbican The renaming of the male and female lavatories at the Barbican Centre as gender-neutral has brought complaints that women now have to queue even longer. Signs outside one of the venue's cinema... One critic wrote online: “Gender-neutral toilets Barbican!!! Never seen so many confused and desperate people!! Whose bright idea?!!”
"06.04.2017 06:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk iPhones could soon deploy shock absorbers when you drop them Apple has secured a patent worthy of James Bond's Q for a system that deploys protective bumpers while an iPhone is hurtling towards the pavement. It could save owners from joining the... Breaking news.
"06.04.2017 05:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Air Force is one's: royal plane rivalry as May is forced to hire jet With three private secretaries, a hairdresser, a valet, a dresser and an equerry, the Prince of Wales's entourage is hardly compact. Nevertheless, the 160-seat RAF Voyager he is using for a... When Prince Charles jetted off for Europe on the 160-seat RAF Voyager, he was joined by a hairdresser, a valet and three private secretaries. The prime minister made do with a Boeing 757.
"06.04.2017 02:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Father buries nine-month-old twins killed in Syria gas attack Russia defied international outrage over a deadly sarin gas attack in Syria, deflecting blame from the Assad regime and vowing to face down a United Nations resolution forcing Damascus to... Abdul-Hamid al-Youssef sobbed and cradled his baby twins, stroking their hair as he took them to their final resting place. They were nine months old.
"05.04.2017 22:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Marmite could help to treat epilepsy and other psychiatric problems Eating a teaspoonful a day appears to raise the level of a chemical that prevents brain cell activity from running out of control Sorry haters...
"05.04.2017 21:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A man who was spared jail for beating his wife is to have his sentence reviewed Mustafa Bashir, 34, was given a suspended sentence last month for assaulting Fakhara Karim, 33. Judge Mansell had sparked fury among domestic abuse campaigners and MPs after saying that he was “not convinced” Miss Karim was vulnerable because she was “an intelligent woman with a network of friends” and had a degree.
"05.04.2017 20:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Ending Emissions The government is not being bold enough in penalising air polluters and incentivising cleaner transport. It should take its lead from Sadiq Khan If Sadiq Khan has his way, it will cost £24 a day from 2019 to drive a diesel car in central London
"05.04.2017 19:46:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Western pretence leaves Assad free to choose his weapons The Syrian citizens killed in Khan Sheikhoun yesterday by a regime air attack will have died an unusual death if, as suspected, sarin bombs were used. Let's stop pretending.
"05.04.2017 19:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Drinking wine “engages more of our brain than any other human behaviour” Wine engages more of our brain than any other activity, according to a top neuroscientist Sniffing that pinot in advance requires “exquisite control of one of the biggest muscles in the body”
"05.04.2017 18:39:23" www.thetimes.co.uk Italy's supreme court have outlawed the strong smell of frying Describing the crime as “olfactory molestation”, they fined the residents of an apartment in Monfalcone, northeastern Italy, €2,000 for overwhelming their neighbours with the odour of fried food Serial friers, beware
"05.04.2017 17:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk 'I just remember seeing bodies strewn across the street, immobile' The airstrike hit a residential area at 6.30am on Tuesday The Syrian rescue worker was rushing four injured people from Tuesday morning's airstrike to hospital when he felt a searing pain claw his throat and his vision began to blur...
"05.04.2017 16:31:34" Around the world in 80 days . . . by bicycle Mark Beaumont is planning to ride 18,000 miles in 80 days to shatter the around-the-world cycling record
"05.04.2017 15:25:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Let trans people identify as 'X' on passports, says charity Stonewall said the move would help transgender people and those who do not identify with a single gender Around 650,000 people identify themselves as trans across the UK
"05.04.2017 13:48:31" www.thetimes.co.uk EU citizens could continue to move freely to Britain for years after Brexit EU citizens could continue to move freely to Britain for years after Brexit, the prime minister indicated yesterday. Theresa May refused to rule out EU migrants retaining the right to move to... Theresa May refused to rule out EU migrants retaining the right to move to Britain after the UK left the bloc.
"05.04.2017 12:46:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Would you pay £750 to be crucified in Manchester city centre? A controversial plan to charge people to be "crucified" in Manchester city centre has been cancelled after the Church of England deemed it "blasphemous". The Manchester Passion Play, which tells... The stunt has been cancelled. But was it blasphemous?
"05.04.2017 11:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk This diamond just sold for £57.3m Will the buyer stump up the cash this time? A stunning oval diamond again broke the world record for a jewel sold at auction when it was bought in Hong Kong yesterday for £57.3 million. The... Activists protested outside Sotheby's, highlighting the alleged connection between the diamond and the killing of a family in Gaza.
"05.04.2017 10:06:30" www.thetimes.co.uk French presidential frontrunners are 'all corrupt' The frontrunners in the French presidential race faced a barrage of attacks over corruption and abuses from minor candidates during a chaotic television debate last night ahead of the April 23... “The more you dig into François Fillon, the more you smell corruption, cheating,” said Philippe Poutou, a Trotskyite who represents the New Anticapitalist Party.
"05.04.2017 09:03:55" www.thetimes.co.uk Children died gasping for air and convulsing in Syrian town gassed in chemical attack There was not much destruction to be seen in the town of Khan Sheikhoun as the warplanes vanished beyond the horizon - but any sense of relief felt by the medics who rushed in to help was short-lived. “Inside the houses we found sleeping families choking. They were having seizures. Their noses were full of foam and their eyes were half closed. People were suffocating in front of our eyes.”
"05.04.2017 07:18:30" www.thetimes.co.uk I'll finish Diana's mission to rid the world of landmines, says Prince Harry Prince Harry urged the world last night to keep his mother's promise to rid the world of landmines. In a passionate speech he revived memories of the last months of her life when he introduced two... “Harry is carrying on his mother's work. I think she would be extremely proud of what he is doing,” said Ken Rutherford, a landmine victim.
"05.04.2017 06:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Letting Livingstone stay 'betrays Labour values' Ken Livingstone escaped expulsion from Labour last night after the party opted to suspend him over his claim that Hitler had supported Zionism. In a surprise decision that caused anger among MPs... “This was a chance for the Labour Party to show that it would not tolerate wilful and unapologetic baiting of the Jewish community by shamefully using the Holocaust as a tool with which to inflict the maximum amount of offence."
"04.04.2017 22:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Jewish leaders in Germany have demanded a national investigation into antisemitic bullying This comes after a boy aged 14 was withdrawn from a state school by his parents following an attack by Muslim pupils It is urgently necessary for the government to appoint an antisemitism commissioner
"04.04.2017 21:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A couple who were married for more than 70 years died just minutes apart Wilf Russell, 93, died four minutes before his wife, Vera, 91 True love does exist
"04.04.2017 20:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A missing boy has been found hiding under his bed Northumbria police even sent out a helicopter to search for Josh Dinning, 9 He just wanted to avoid going into school
"04.04.2017 18:43:15" The world's largest pink diamond It sold for a record £57.2 million!
"04.04.2017 18:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk There's a 'grammar vigilante' at large in Bristol He's correcting crimes against punctuation His recent interventions include correcting a garage near Bristol prison that had a sign saying “Cambridge Motor's”
"04.04.2017 16:33:38" www.thetimes.co.uk Stop being beastly, Germany is our friend The Germans are grieving over Brexit but if Downing Street tones down the rhetoric we can become closer than ever If we don't want to be treated like inselaffen, Downing Street spin doctors should stop behaving like them.
"04.04.2017 15:37:33" Sex kills, anti-abortion clinic tells women A new undercover investigation by The Times has secretly recorded counsellors at the Ask Majella crisis pregnancy agency. They claimed that contraception was dangerous and women could “die” from having sex.
"04.04.2017 12:49:28" www.thetimes.co.uk An “artificial leaf” has been developed that helps plants surrounding it to grow An "artificial leaf" has been developed that uses energy from sunlight to make fertiliser, helping plants surrounding it to grow. After presenting a bumper bunch of radishes grown using the... It could help feed the world's hungry
"04.04.2017 10:54:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May attacked the National Trust for dropping the word Easter from the name of its annual egg hunt Theresa May has attacked the National Trust for dropping the word Easter from the name of its annual egg hunt after accusations by the Church of England that it was "airbrushing out faith". The... The Easter Egg Trail at National Trust properties has been rebranded the Great British Egg Hunt
"04.04.2017 08:07:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A young suicide bomber was behind the explosion that killed 11 people on a crowded train in St Petersburg A bomb believed to have been planted by a jihadist ripped through a crowded Metro train in St Petersburg yesterday, killing at least 11 people and injuring almost 50. The terrorist attack was the... The terrorist attack was the worst in Russia for four years
"04.04.2017 06:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk My presence will inspire Saudi women, says May Theresa May has said that her visit to Riyadh today would serve as an example to Saudi Arabia of what women can achieve. The prime minister said she has raised the issue of female rights more than... “I hope that people see what women can achieve and how women can be in significant positions.”
"04.04.2017 05:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Taxpayers ripped off by foreign aid profiteers Unethical behaviour is "absolutely embedded" in the culture of foreign aid contractors employed by the government, according to MPs. Profiteering, overcharging and duplicity have been uncovered at... Overcharging and duplicity have been uncovered at businesses that receive millions of pounds in taxpayers' money to implement aid projects overseas, according to a new MPs' report.
"03.04.2017 22:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Why shouldn't you dine with male, married friends? Pence, after all, is a man who considers evolution a liberal left conspiracy. There are doubtless men who can't be trusted not to spontaneously ejaculate while breaking bread with a woman other than their spouse. However, these are of the ilk once described by debutantes as NSIT (not safe in taxis) — aka “pussy grabbers”
"03.04.2017 21:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk What our medicine cabinets say about the nation's health You can learn a lot about someone from the contents of their bathroom cabinet We don't see enough sun and are prone to heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, chest infections, heartburn and swollen ankles. Sound familiar?
"03.04.2017 20:12:24" Prince in pictures We could look at these images of Prince forever
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"03.04.2017 19:22:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Identity politics madness is no longer a joke When a university says students will lose marks for insensitive language, it's time to push back Some may dismiss all this as due to the so-called “snowflake” generation, ludicrously quick to take offence and unable to face up to criticism of any kind. This greatly underestimates the gravity of what is happening.
"03.04.2017 19:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A Chinese engineer has “married” a robot that he made Millions of Chinese men face life without a female partner, a legacy of Beijing's “one child” policy The couple held a simple ceremony, witnessed by Mr Zheng's mother and some friends
"03.04.2017 18:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk My daughter hasn't made any friends at university Social anxiety affects up to 13 per cent of people “She thinks that she has nothing to offer as a person because when she does reach out to people they never seem to be interested, and people are already in friendship groups”
"03.04.2017 17:30:14" Sunday Times Style WATCH: Bella Hadid is Style's cover star! Want to look like her? Here's the secret to her make-up in 3 easy steps. Follow @theststyle on Instagram for more. Get Bella Hadid's look in 3 easy steps with Sunday Times Style
"03.04.2017 16:34:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The Interview: Peter Capaldi on leaving Doctor Who and playing Jeremy Corbyn You have to sign the equivalent of the Official Secrets Act to get into the BBC studios in Cardiff where they film Doctor Who. You will not photograph, record or discuss anything you see. You can... “I don't want to spend my life doing Doctor Who conventions ... but I'm lucky I have that option.”
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"03.04.2017 16:04:14" Marine Le Pen Far-right National Front leader, Marine Le Pen , is almost certain to face Emmanuel Macron in the French presidential run-off
"03.04.2017 15:35:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Dogs' noses could be key to spotting prostate cancer Doctors could one day "sniff out" prostate cancer instead of performing biopsies, after scientists devised a way to copy the super-sensitive noses of dogs. Studies have shown that dogs can be... Studies have shown that dogs can be trained to spot telltale signs of cancer in urine.
"03.04.2017 14:35:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Germany adds cyberwarfare branch to its military A new branch of the German military will be launched on Wednesday armed with algorithms and laptops to engage on the virtual battlefield. The Cyber and Information Space Command (CIR) will grow to... “From hacker attacks up to state attacks, we have to be prepared for anything.”
"03.04.2017 13:35:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The persecution of Egyptian Copts undermines claims the country is one of the region's pillars of stability Two Isis fighters wielding guns approached their target. Bahgat Zakhar, 58, was an Egyptian Copt on a "kill list" and the terrorists had been tracking him for days. They were unfazed by the heavy... "They called my husband an infidel and killed him."
"03.04.2017 13:22:45" The secrets of Japan's most radical minimalist The new king of decluttering lives with only 150 possessions.
"03.04.2017 12:35:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Our addicts turn blue, then they die: the town at centre of new US drugs epidemic People were turning blue, their muscles contracting, their pupils shrinking to pinheads. The voice of a police officer crackled over the radio. He sounded confused. Seven people had collapsed on a... The US is in the grip of a drug problem unlike any that has gone before.
"03.04.2017 11:35:00" www.thetimes.co.uk On the campaign trail with Emmanuel Macron Three years ago, nobody had heard of Emmanuel Macron. Today he is on the verge of becoming the president of France in the most spectacular style: not even 40 and with a new centrist party, En... “He had this gift for easy acquaintance from a very young age while never revealing his whole personality, keeping his distance.”
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"03.04.2017 10:34:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Prince in pictures: rare and unseen photos of pop's wildest eccentric The morning of April 21 last year, a friend called me to ask if I'd heard the news. Something had happened at Paisley Park, Prince's private estate and studios in Minnesota. A body had been found. Prince's in-house art director reveals a trove of photographs he took of pop's wildest eccentric.
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"03.04.2017 10:29:31" Sunday Times Style Win! Today's flash giveaway: we have 10 pairs of the new @ghdhair Ruby Sunset stylers worth £139 to give away. What all you have to do is vote before midnight tonight to be in with a chance. Vote here: http://thetim.es/2nZaXWc Go go go! All this month Sunday Times Style are giving away great prizes in their Beauty Awards 2017. Find the link below to enter.
"03.04.2017 10:01:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Tory grandee's war cry over Gibraltar falls on deaf ears Theresa May would be prepared to go to war over Gibraltar, one of her predecessors as leader of the Conservative Party said yesterday in remarks that were criticised as being inflammatory. The... The prime minister led a rush to reassure Gibraltar that its interests would be protected in Brexit talks.
"03.04.2017 08:55:56" www.thetimes.co.uk Living in polluted cities is blamed for older men's loss of brainpower Air pollution may take a much heavier toll on the mental abilities of men than it does on women, according to a study. Men living in cities with high levels of pollution appear to lose their... And it's much worse for men than it is for women.
"03.04.2017 06:52:58" www.thetimes.co.uk President Trump delivered an ultimatum to China yesterday President Trump delivered an ultimatum to China yesterday, insisting that if Beijing failed to use its influence on North Korea to disable the country's nuclear programme, America would confront... Trump: “If China helps us it will be very good for them. If they don't it won't be good for anyone
"02.04.2017 22:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The curtains have closed on Delhi's oldest cinema The Regal, which occupied a prime spot on New Delhi's Connaught Place, opened in the 1930s As the last patrons queued at a dimly lit counter with mounds of tired-looking samosas, the oldest cinema in the Indian capital finally went dark last week.
"02.04.2017 21:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk What harridans call victim shaming, normal people call common sense Rod Liddle's Sunday column Mansplaining is a term invented to describe the act of telling a woman who is deeply ignorant about something what she needs to know.
"02.04.2017 20:38:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Why everyone wants a super shed in their garden Cabins, studios, shepherd's huts, bothies and yurts are popping up in gardens up and down the country as alternatives to the humble shed Shed your inhibitions!
"02.04.2017 20:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Pink is back in fashion - but this time for boys as well as girls It's the colour of the post-gender millennials The colour of the moment is called millennial pink. It's a pale, pure pink with no hint of blue in it.
"02.04.2017 19:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Our best gift to refugees is a job near their home To stop people traffickers we must dry our crocodile tears for the drowned Summer is coming, and the gruesome people traffickers who rake in billions from their immoral trade will soon be busier than ever
"02.04.2017 18:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Moove over, refugees. Militant vegans have claustrophobic cows to save In the countryside whole families live in tin boxes no more than 14ft long. They are called 'caravans' Maybe the book should be thrown at Farmer Giles. Or maybe, instead, we should seek out the lawmakers who decided how much space a veal calf needs to be happy and ask them: “What were you thinking of, you imbeciles?”
"02.04.2017 17:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk You should eat this veggie feijoada for dinner With sweet potato and black beans Jamie Oliver 's recipe for a vegetarian version of a classic Brazilian stew — find more recipes over at Sunday Times Food
"02.04.2017 16:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Revealed: rich peers are paid for doing nothing An investigation by The Sunday Times has found Lords get up to £40,000 for little or no work
"02.04.2017 15:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The Interview: Peter Capaldi on leaving Doctor Who and playing Jeremy Corbyn “I don't want to spend my life doing Doctor Who conventions ... but I'm lucky I have that option.” Interview by Lynn Barber Next he wants to get dressed up — with a big wig
"02.04.2017 14:23:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Students may lose marks for not using “gender-sensitive” language Universities are already advising staff and students to use “he or she”, “she/he” or “they” Words such as “mankind”, “manpower” and “manmade”, as well as “forefathers” and “workmanlike”, are often frowned on
"02.04.2017 13:01:00" www.thetimes.co.uk How long before Isis get a nuclear or chemical weapon? For more than a decade we've been living in the lull before a terrorist storm. We still are. Khalid Masood's horrific but unsophisticated attack against parliament and pedestrians on Westminster... Khalid Masood's attack was brutal but crude. A far deadlier Islamist threat looms — a dirty nuclear bomb, writes MI5's official historian.
"02.04.2017 11:51:39" Isis destroyed Mosul's antiquities: what happens next?
Sunday Times foreign correspondent Louise Callaghan speaks to Paul Collins, chair of the British Institute for the Study of Iraq
"02.04.2017 11:26:53" www.thetimes.co.uk How it feels to ... be an undercover cop People tell me I could have been an actor, but you're not acting when you're undercover. I'd talk to you the same way as I would talk to Colombian drug dealers or south London bank robbers. I'd... Joe Carter risked his life infiltrating Britain's criminal underworld, bringing gangsters, drug dealers and child traffickers to justice.
"02.04.2017 10:16:44" Sunday Times Travel How to take 14 holidays in one year and still hold down a full-time job. This man took 14 holidays in one year. You could too. From Sunday Times Travel.
"02.04.2017 09:12:51" Sunday Times Style Voting is open for the #stylebeautyawards17 You could win a seven-day holiday to the Maldives, £1,000 worth of Sisley skincare, a year's supply of Clinique and so much more! Click this link to win: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/stylebeautyawards Voting is open for the #stylebeautyawards17, from Sunday Times Style.
"02.04.2017 08:25:04" The Sunday Times Magazine Watch Harley Bird discuss growing up as Peppa Pig
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/peppa-billion-dollar-pig-885wczxlw Growing up as Peppa Pig, from The Sunday Times Magazine.
"02.04.2017 08:21:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Prince Charles's years in therapy to deal with Diana Shocked and bewildered by the erratic behaviour of his new wife soon after their marriage in 1981, the Prince of Wales persuaded Diana, Princess of Wales to see a therapist, according to a new... Bullied at school and receiving little affection at home, Charles never developed the skills to cope with his frail wife.
"02.04.2017 07:09:41" Sunday Times Food That cheddar cheese you have in the fridge can be put to good use ... Learn how to make this quick and easy frittata, from Sunday Times Food.
"02.04.2017 06:26:49" Fine dining for dogs This restaurant is serving brunch for dogs and their owners.
"01.04.2017 21:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Is social media creating an epidemic of narcissistic personality disorder? Scroll through the social media account Boyfriends of Instagram and the fourth wall begins to wobble. Photos of men taking photos of women who are posing nonchalantly in artisanal coffee shops, in... Do you post daily, pose endlessly and spend hours tweaking online profiles?
"01.04.2017 20:15:00" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Humans will let you down. Animals don't' Just outside Chris Packham's beautiful 18th-century thatched cottage in the New Forest is a stout black barn. Inside the barn there is a chest freezer. And inside the freezer there is a dead dog. @ChrisGPackham talks about finding relationships hard and dogs easy.
"01.04.2017 19:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Morgan Freeman on love, fame and God Actor Morgan Freeman, 79, was Oscar-nominated for his roles in The Shawshank Redemption and Driving Miss Daisy, and won an Academy Award for best supporting actor in Million Dollar Baby. His latest... "Fate has a strong hand in what happens in your life" - Morgan Freeman
"01.04.2017 17:45:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Why women are going mad for hardcore weight training Who would have thought that the weights area at the gym would be dominated by women, or that barbells, dumbbells and deadlifting would become the equipment of choice for those looking to tone their... In the past couple of years the “strong not skinny” mantra has replaced the Noughties desire to be a size zero.
"01.04.2017 16:35:17" www.thetimes.co.uk Spain is accused of a “predatory” attempt to isolate Gibraltar in the Brexit talks Gibraltar is home to British military bases and about 30,000 inhabitants Gibraltar's chief minister accused Spain of a “disgraceful attempt to manipulate the European Council”
"01.04.2017 14:46:36" www.thetimes.co.uk Watching porn may be the secret to a successful first date For most people, the preparations before a first date might involve a wash, a quick brush of the hair and perhaps a dab from a bottle of cologne that last saw active service in 2012. How about a... “Priming” single men and women with thoughts of sex inclines them to be more open to the kind of behaviours that build a relationship.
"01.04.2017 12:44:58" www.thetimes.co.uk The Green Party has pledged to give every Briton a three-day weekend if it wins the next general election The Green Party has pledged to give every Briton a three-day weekend if it wins the next general election. Caroline Lucas, the party's joint leader and MP for Brighton Pavilion, said that it was... Caroline Lucas said the party's message was one of a “more hopeful alternative”
"01.04.2017 10:10:44" Sunday Times Food In tomorrow's issue of The Dish Jamie Oliver shows us how to get our 10-a-day. Here's a sneak peek of how to make his tantalising superfruit sundae. Don't miss lots more tomorrow! How to get your 10 a day in tomorrow's Dish (Sunday Times Food)
"01.04.2017 08:25:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Deborah Ross asks Britain's favourite particle physicist life's important questions As "the nation's favourite particle physicist" - he's my third favourite, in fact, but we don't need to go there - Professor Brian Cox does seem to have become the repository for all our... "It's been said many times that scientists are kids that didn't grow up but learnt how to explore those superficially simple questions.” Professor Brian Cox
"01.04.2017 06:25:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A new book has said the Prince of Wales requested that the US-led invasion of Afghanistan be halted for Ramadan The Prince of Wales wanted to urge President George W Bush to stop the war in Afghanistan to honour the Muslim month of Ramadan, a book claims. Four weeks after the military operation had begun in... The prince is said to have discussed the invasion with William Farish, the US ambassador to London
"31.03.2017 20:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A heart surgeon is accused of rape after telling a woman she “owed” him because he had helped her sick child A leading heart surgeon raped a woman after telling her she "owed" him because he had helped her sick child, a court heard. Mohamed Amrani, 53, worked at Harefield Hospital in northwest London... The surgeon, who performed Britain's first double valve replacement using keyhole surgery in 2007, denies the allegations.
"31.03.2017 19:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A student who entered Serbia's election race for a joke is now running second in opinion polls A student who entered Serbia's election race for a joke - and whose manifesto includes the promise of plunder - is running second in opinion polls. Luka Maksimovic, 25, dresses all in white and... His parody campaign has become more than a joke and has captured the mood of disaffected Serb millennials.
"31.03.2017 18:36:36" These elephants had to be rescued from a bomb crater After entering a flooded bomb crater to bathe, these elephants became trapped
"31.03.2017 17:30:06" www.thetimes.co.uk A Cambridge university economist has defended prostitution saying it's sexist to deny women the right to be prostitutes A Cambridge university economist has defended prostitution, insisting that women have as much right as men to earn money from their bodies. Victoria Bateman said society glorified men for being... The economist said society glorified men who exposed themselves to violence and the risk of injury, yet frowned on women doing the same thing.
"31.03.2017 16:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk China has announced a ban on Islamic beards and veils in its largest Muslim region China has announced a sweeping ban on Islamic beards and veils in its largest Muslim region, where residents are now also forbidden from avoiding state propaganda. The new regulations will come... The new regulations will come into force in Xinjiang, northwest China, tomorrow.
"31.03.2017 15:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk 'There's an art to dealing with the Donald and understanding how he operates is in our interests' Is it possible to be dispassionate about the Donald? Increasingly, he seems to be a Rorschach president. For many people he's just a mess, albeit a highly colourful one, and their perceptions of... Lampooning Trump is easy but closer inspection of his actions suggests a realpolitik Republican we can do business with writes Michael Gove
"31.03.2017 14:32:54" www.thetimes.co.uk People who nap for less than 30 mins at a time are happier than those who took long naps say psychologists Psychologists say they have found a link between happiness and taking short naps - although longer naps are associated with heart disease. Richard Wiseman, from the University of Hertfordshire in... But longer naps are associated with heart disease.
"31.03.2017 14:02:57" Sunday Times Food Candice Brown whips up a batch of nostalgic delights to brighten afternoon tea
Don't miss this Sunday's issue of The Dish jam-packed full of new recipes How to make cherry bakewell scones (from Sunday Times Food)
"31.03.2017 13:17:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The Australian government has withdrawn advertising from Google's video-sharing platform The Australian government has joined a global backlash against YouTube and withdrawn advertising from Google's video-sharing platform. An investigation by The Times first revealed that YouTube was... “In taking these steps the Australian government is also preventing any taxpayer funds inadvertently flowing to unsavoury organisations through the YouTube platform”
"31.03.2017 12:06:17" Sunday Times Style Do you use a sponge to apply your make-up? Style beauty's Sarah Jossel and Lia Jordan are here with #BeautyBlenderUK to discuss. Join in! Sunday Times Style are live!
"31.03.2017 11:07:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The defence secretary this morning refused to rule out a cut to the number of Royal Marines The defence secretary this morning refused to rule out a cut to the number of Royal Marines, after The Times revealed that the armed forces faced a £10 billion funding shortfall. Pressures on the... After The Times revealed that the armed forces faced a £10 billion funding shortfall
"31.03.2017 10:31:10" Sunday Times Food This weekend Jamie Oliver shows us how to get our 10-a-day. Don't miss it. Pick up your copy of The Dish on Sunday Don't miss it this Sunday (Sunday Times Food)
"31.03.2017 09:56:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Rockets can now be recycled and reused. The historic feat was achieved for the first time last night Rather like a tin can floating far above the world, rockets can now be recycled and reused. The historic feat, which could dramatically cut the cost of space travel, was achieved for the first time... “This is a huge day. My mind's blown, frankly,” said Mr Musk
"31.03.2017 08:23:02" www.acast.com Listen to our new podcast Walking the Dog with Emily Dean Emily Dean talks to Alan Carr and his partner Paul, while walking their dogs. They talk about Alan's upbringing, the unreality of fame and their relationship. A podcast from The Times. Join Alan Carr and Emily Dean as they talk about their relationships both canine and human on our brand new podcast, Walking the Dog.
"31.03.2017 07:01:56" www.thetimes.co.uk Dogs may be man's best friend, but a growing number of men are making cats their closest companion Dogs may be man's best friend, but a growing number of men are making cats their closest companion, a survey has found. The number of pet cats in Britain has risen by 500,000 in the past year to... Almost one in five men has one
"31.03.2017 02:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Airbnb tries to gag owner over party which wrecked his home Airbnb tried to use a gagging order to prevent a customer from describing how guests had destroyed his property during an all-night rave. The American holiday lettings business told Luciano... “What I thought would be a no fret, two-night hosting turned into a rave party with over 200 hooligans completely destroying my flat."
"30.03.2017 21:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A terminally ill man with motor neurone disease has lost his attempt to challenge the law on assisted dying A man with terminal motor neurone disease today lost his attempt to challenge the law on assisted dying in the High Court. Noel Conway, 67, sought permission to bring a judicial review of the law... “Though this is a setback in my fight for rights at the end of my life, I will not be deterred and will be appealing this decision.” - Noel Conway
"30.03.2017 20:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A birthday party would be just as enjoyable for chimpanzees with or without music, a study at Edinburgh Zoo suggests Beethoven's Ode to Joy brings no joy, Mozart's Requiem brings no peace and Adele's Make You Feel My Love fails to deliver on the promise in its title. Scientists have found that the pop and... Several zoos had previously played music to their animals to “enrich” their environments.
"30.03.2017 19:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A University has had, what's thought to be, its 5th student suicide after a young linguist was found hanged A promising young linguist found hanged in a Wiltshire barn is thought to be the fifth student from the University of Bristol to have taken their own life since the start of the academic year. Elsa... Described as bright and outgoing, Elsa Scaburri, 21, was found dead at Knowle Farm in Bowerchalke on March 20.
"30.03.2017 18:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A woman was shackled to a desk by her husband to befriend men online and encourage them to send money Chinese police have rescued a woman whose husband shackled her to a computer desk to befriend men online and encourage them to send money. She scammed £70,000 in six months and while she was kept... She scammed £70,000 in six months while her husband drove off to see other women in the BMW bought with the proceeds.
"30.03.2017 17:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Restaurants are serving premium teas in wine glasses to prevent non-drinkers from feeling left out Bordeaux, Chianti and Rioja are giving way to oolong, Darjeeling and jasmine silver needle as restaurants adjust to a more sober world. Hotels and restaurants that could once rely on businessmen... New rules on daytime drinking and a steady stream of Muslim clients mean that restaurateurs have turned to pairing premium teas with their food
"30.03.2017 16:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Labour warns that the government could use the Repeal Bill to quietly weaken people's rights The government has been accused of a land grab from parliament after David Davis announced temporary sweeping powers for ministers as part of the process of leaving the EU. The Brexit minister... The so-called Henry VIII clauses will hand the government the ability to repeal legislation without MPs' approval.
"30.03.2017 15:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Marine Le Pen put her phone in her bra to film police officers during a raid on the National Front's office Marine Le Pen filmed police officers with a mobile phone wedged in her cleavage during a raid on National Front party headquarters, according to an official report. Officers were investigating what... She 'stuck her phone in her cleavage so that it could carry on filming and asked officers with a smile to come and get it'.
"30.03.2017 14:14:10" The 'Dr. Doolittle' of animal leg prosthetics This man is creating prosthetic legs to help animals walk again
"30.03.2017 13:16:47" Sunday Times Food Welcome spring in with this tasty rhubarb clafoutis
Find more spring recipes in our new issue of The Dish out this Sunday Learn to make this tasty rhubarb clafoutis, courtesy of Sunday Times Food.
"30.03.2017 11:58:37" www.thetimes.co.uk Meet the personal trainer who banished Beckham's aches and pains The ridiculous figure blinking back at me from the gym mirror is clutching a kettlebell to his chest while wearing a large resistance band around his legs below the knees and a grimace on his face. “The Vertue Method” is a combination of yoga, weight and resistance training and meditation.
"30.03.2017 11:35:34" News in Numbers Theresa May warned that fight against terrorism would be undermined if the EU refused to strike a deal with Britain http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/may-threat-to-eu-terror-pact-9l53288p9
"30.03.2017 11:09:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Terminally ill man loses right to die case A man with terminal motor neurone disease today lost his attempt to challenge the law on assisted dying in the High Court “It would bring immense peace of mind and allow me to live my life to the fullest, enjoying my final months with my loved ones until I decide the time is right for me to go.”
"30.03.2017 10:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk The average age of people watching the BBC is over 60 The success of streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime has pushed the average age of people watching the BBC to over 60. All the young people are watching Netflix instead.
"30.03.2017 09:14:04" Sunday Times Food We're Live at the world famous The Ritz London where we're going behind the scenes with two of their longest-serving members of staff Sunday Times Food are live at the world famous The Ritz London where we're going behind the scenes with two of their longest-serving members of staff.
"30.03.2017 09:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Patients must choose between A&E and cancer care The NHS is missing most of its main targets, including for A&E, routine operations, ambulance responses and cancer care “If the money isn't there you have to acknowledge that. It's better to acknowledge that than to set up the system to fail” — Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation
"30.03.2017 07:19:48" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May was accused last night of blackmail She warned that the fight against crime and terrorism would be undermined if the EU refused to strike a Brexit deal with Britain ● Strike Brexit deal or we co-operate less, PM warns Brussels
● German chancellor rejects call for early trade talks
"30.03.2017 06:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk US-led coalition drops 500 bombs a week on Mosul The US-led coalition has intensified the battle for Mosul even as it admits that its bombs probably killed more than 130 civilians in a single airstrike two weeks ago. Warplanes have increased the... The coalition has admitted that its bombs probably killed more than 130 civilians in an airstrike this month.
"30.03.2017 05:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Merkel swiftly rejects May's central Brexit demand Theresa May's appeal for parallel exit and trade talks fell on deaf ears yesterday as Angela Merkel said that Britain should disentangle itself from the EU first. Mrs May had hoped to speed up the... Nein danke.
"29.03.2017 21:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Paris's artificial beach will be sandless after council votes to boycott supplier who agreed to build Trump's wall Paris's artificial beach will be sandless this summer after the city council voted to boycott its usual supplier for agreeing to help build President Trump's Mexican border wall. The vote came amid... The left-wing council said it wanted nothing to do with a company that was at odds with the city's “ethical commitments”.
"29.03.2017 20:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk The ins and outs of reversing Brexit The text of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty does not address the question of whether the formal departure notice can be retracted. That means, EU lawyers say, that the clause is indeed reversible — an opinion shared by its author, the former British Is Brexit now unstoppable? Politically, maybe. Legally, maybe not.
"29.03.2017 19:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Italy could become the first western country to offer “menstrual leave” to all women in the workplace “Some women have said to me, 'You are finally thinking of the difficulty we face,' ” Simonetta Rubinato, one of the MPs behind the bill, said, “but others, including women in our party, have attacked us, saying, 'We've attained equality and this sets us The bill has divided opinion, which some say encourages employers to discriminate against women.
"29.03.2017 18:30:59" The underwater map showing environmental damages Is less attention is paid to environmental damage in the oceans because we can't see it? This underwater 3D map aims to change that.
"29.03.2017 17:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A schoolgirl died after being overcome by fumes from her deodorant A schoolgirl died after being overcome by fumes from her aerosol deodorant in her family's holiday caravan, an inquest heard. Paige Daughtry, 12, was so worried about her personal hygiene that she... It's believed that Paige Daughtry, 12, was so worried about her personal hygiene that she would overuse deodorant.
"29.03.2017 16:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk A Swedish hotel chain is offering refunds to couples who break up within a year of their stay The “relationship guarantee” was set up by Countryside Hotels to encourage couples to spend time together to work on their relationship It's one of the more unusual offers out there
"29.03.2017 15:31:25" Donald Tusk's statement following Article 50 "We already miss you" - Donald Tusk, European Council president
"29.03.2017 15:02:18" Sunday Times Food What to do with that Harissa paste in the cupboard...
See more recipes like this in our new issue of The Dish out this Sunday A quick cheats recipe (from Sunday Times Food)
"29.03.2017 14:43:01" Timeline Photos On the 1st January 1973, 'Mr. Heath sees exciting, prosperous era ahead' as we enter the European Economic Community. Today, 29th March 2017, Theresa May triggers Britain's EU departure.
"29.03.2017 13:43:57" Science helps paralysed man to feed himself A quadriplegic man has regained the ability to pick up objects and feed himself after scientists linked his brain to his arm
"29.03.2017 12:43:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit will come at a cost, warns Hammond Philip Hammond laid the ground for compromises in Brexit negotiations that formally start today “We can't have our cake and eat it.”
"29.03.2017 12:30:20" Sunday Times Style Style Beauty's Sarah Jossel and Lia Jordan are learning how to tong their hair with T3. Do you know how to create beach waves? Join the conversation T3 Haircare UK Insider tips from Sunday Times Style
"29.03.2017 12:15:20" Sunday Times Travel Can you beat this photo? It's your last chance to be this week's winner. Enter now! Calling all photographers, don't miss this amazing opportunity from Sunday Times Travel
"29.03.2017 11:45:49" Brexit by Numbers It might be 'Brexit Day', but there's still a lot of numbers to tackle before the UK can actually leave the EU...
"29.03.2017 10:15:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Peter Higgs interview: The God particle made my life hell A flash of genius in 1964 was the climax of the Nobel laureate Peter Higgs's career “My life has been ruined by people recognising me on the street and wanting a selfie”
"29.03.2017 09:48:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Judge lectures girls about provocative online pictures The judge has been accused of “victim-blaming” by women's groups “Never, ever, send photographs via the internet of yourself unless you are fully clothed and in a decent pose — and that is the best advice I can probably give you, ever.”
"29.03.2017 09:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Anti-deportation protesters locked themselves to a plane at Stansted Airport last night Images posted on social media showed demonstrators using chains and tubes to tie themselves to the plane. Three people were arrested and flights were temporarily diverted after demonstrators stormed a non-commercial runway to stop what they described as a “mass deportation flight” to Nigeria and Ghana
"29.03.2017 09:12:09" News in Numbers Tetris soothes stress: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/playing-tetris-soothes-stress-after-trauma-03cg7gt6m
"29.03.2017 08:47:07" Sunday Times Food Starting tomorrow at 10am we're launching our exclusive series, going behind-the-scenes at the world-famous The Ritz London. Over the next eight weeks learn the tricks of the trade from the experts: from afternoon tea, to making a classic cocktail, good Go to Sunday Times Food Facebook page tomorrow at 10am to see behind-the-scenes at The Ritz London
"29.03.2017 08:03:00" www.thetimes.co.uk President Trump signs away curbs on carbon emissions Vowing to end the “war on coal”, President Trump signed an executive order last night that will dismantle American efforts to combat climate change This had been a cornerstone of President Obama's environmental legacy and a critical part of America's plan to meet its commitments under the Paris climate accord
"29.03.2017 06:58:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Key to Brexit deal is making the EU think it's won As any successful business leader will tell you, the secret to negotiations is knowing what the other side really wants We need a “golden bridge” for Brussels to reach our position, writes Daniel Finkelstein
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"29.03.2017 06:00:01" www.thetimes.co.uk M&S farm kept cows in cramped huts Marks & Spencer plans to sell milk from cows that it admits were reared in solitary, cramped pens in an apparent breach of animal welfare standards. It has refused to drop a farm in Dorset from... Marks & Spencer refused to drop the farm despite receiving undercover footage and photos of alleged breaches of animal welfare standards.
"29.03.2017 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The eyes of history are watching Theresa May Theresa May will today appeal to Britons to unite before embarking on the "momentous journey" out of the European Union as she begins what many regard as the biggest political shake-up since the... Mrs May sat beneath a portrait of Sir Robert Walpole, the first prime minister, as she signed the document which will take us out of the European Union. Today she appeals to Britons to unite before we embark on what she called a "momentous journey".
"29.03.2017 02:02:27" www.thetimes.co.uk Britain and Europe: sixty years of continental drift So farewell then Europe, auf wiedersehen, au revoir, do widzenia. The invocation of Article 50 marks the end of a surprisingly short intimacy with the mainland. We tried it, we tested it and in the... "So farewell then Europe, auf wiedersehen, au revoir, do widzenia. The invocation of Article 50 marks the end of a surprisingly short intimacy with the mainland. We tried it, we tested it and in the end it didn't quite fit."
"28.03.2017 22:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The key to the Brexit deal is knowing what Europe wants It was a disaster. The campaign had printed three million leaflets and only then discovered the error. It was a mistake that could bankrupt them and put their candidate out of the race. In 1912... 'We're clear about our own aims as negotiations with Europe begin but we'd be better off focusing on the EU's instead' writes Daniel Finkelstein
"28.03.2017 21:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A paratrooper donated his frostbitten toes to the National Army Museum after he lost them on an Everest expedition The refurbished National Army Museum will be "light and airy" its director-general promised today. That might not explain a set of frostbitten toes, a child's shoe retrieved from the Cawnpore... The refurbished National Army Museum will be “light and airy” its director-general promised...
"28.03.2017 20:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The world's largest dinosaur footprint has been discovered in 'Australia's Jurassic Park' The world's largest dinosaur footprint has been discovered on a remote coast in northwestern Australia, which scientists now believe was a real-life Jurassic Park, teeming with more dinosaur... Measuring nearly 5ft 9in (1.75 m), the print belonged to a sauropod, which roamed the earth up to 140 million years ago.
"28.03.2017 19:30:00" www.thetimes.co.uk White women have been told not to wear hoop earrings as it's cultural appropriation According to impeccable sources in the fashion industry, hoop earrings are now in vogue and poised to make a triumphant return to the high street. However, at this heady time for supporters of... Students from a college in Claremont said they were 'tired and annoyed with the re-occurring theme of white women appropriating style that belongs to the black and brown folks'.
"28.03.2017 18:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The EU have warned that Brexit deals will be blocked if May ends free movement early Brussels will block any Brexit deal if Theresa May ends free movement before Britain's departure from the bloc is complete, a senior European figure has warned. European Union officials are... The EU are concerned that the prime minister could use tomorrow's triggering of Article 50 to announce a cut-off date for free movement of people.
"28.03.2017 17:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk President Trump is set to end US efforts to combat climate change by scrapping curbs on carbon emissions Environmental groups are preparing to fight the order in court. The White House has said President Trump will “keep his pledge to the coal industry”.
"28.03.2017 16:15:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Fitness, the way Tarantino would teach it The latest trend for elite models is a workout using samurai swords and martial arts moves Who knew there was a form of exercise that included "stiletto kicks"?
"28.03.2017 15:16:09" Your cat really does enjoy your company The cat's out of the bag: researchers have found that our feline friends prefer the company of humans to food
"28.03.2017 15:02:40" Sunday Times Food LIVE NOW: Emiko Davies is teaching us how to make a really easy, silky and creamy lemon tagliolini Learn how to make the creamiest lemon tagliolini (live on Sunday Times Food)
"28.03.2017 14:13:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Basic painkillers will no longer be available for free on the NHS In addition, the NHS will no longer provide gluten-free foods, indigestion pills, suncream and hay fever remedies as part of a plan to save £1 billion in two years You'll have to pay for your hay fever remedies too
"28.03.2017 13:17:19" Caitlin Moran on writing about politics Just because you don't know the entire history of the Whig party, doesn't mean you shouldn't write about politics, says Caitlin Moran
"28.03.2017 12:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit explained From the cost of Marmite to the future of the fishing industry, explore what leaving the EU will really mean for Britain After months of speculation Britain is about to face up to one of the biggest and most complex challenges in the country's history. Keep calm and read this.
"28.03.2017 11:10:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Marine A to be freed from jail within weeks Alexander Blackman, 42, had his conviction for murder quashed earlier this month The former Royal Marine who was filmed shooting dead a wounded Taliban fighter will be freed from prison within weeks after senior judges sentenced him today to seven years for manslaughter
"28.03.2017 10:15:00" www.thetimes.co.uk This Dr has translated over 1000 latin tattoos for people since 2007 At least Angelina Jolie's tattoo is in correct Latin. Tattoo: Quis attero mihi tantum planto validus
Intended meaning: To diminish me will only make me stronger
Actual meaning: As who do I chafe . . . I plant so much for myself as a strong man
"28.03.2017 09:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Areas that voted Leave will be hit the hardest by Brexit Wales, the northeast and the east Midlands all show a dependence on funding from Brussels, European workers and exports to the EU facilitated by being a member state. All three regions backed Brexit. Wales is likely to be the worst-hit area
"28.03.2017 09:06:18" Sunday Times Food A twist on a classic A new one to try (from Sunday Times Food)
"28.03.2017 08:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Police have found a novel way to catch motorists on phones: commandeer a double-decker bus Police have fined dozens of drivers after commandeering a double-decker bus to spot them using their mobile phones They caught more than 130 motorists over two days in Plymouth, Devon
"28.03.2017 07:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk May will pay price for Brexiteers' promises The PM is about to discover that the toughest part of EU negotiations will be satisfying her own hardline Eurosceptics The moment Mrs May announces the details of a deal — assuming she gets one at all — she will have nothing left to throw into the Eurosceptics' jaws
"28.03.2017 06:45:45" www.thetimes.co.uk A cricketer who escaped jail after beating his wife could have his sentence reviewed Mustafa Bashir was spared jail to pursue his cricketing career with Leicestershire but the club denied he had been offered a deal There's been outrage at the judge's comments, who said he was “not convinced” that Fakhara Karim, “an intelligent woman with a network of friends”, was vulnerable
"27.03.2017 22:33:00" www.thetimes.co.uk European nurses shun Britain after EU vote The number of nurses from the European Union registering to work in the NHS fell sharply after the Brexit vote “EU nationals working in the NHS need a clear signal from Theresa May that they are wanted and welcome to stay.”
"27.03.2017 21:42:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Five Nordic rules for living longer Forget Danish hygge; Swedish sundhet is better for your health Includes:
1. Sunbathe for 15 to 20 minutes
2. Drink 3 to 4 cups of coffee daily
"27.03.2017 20:40:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Alex Salmond's economist has broken ranks with Nicola Sturgeon over her EU claims The former Royal Bank of Scotland boss who played a key role in the last Scottish independence referendum campaign has broken ranks with Nicola Sturgeon, warning that a separate Scotland should not... He suggested that, with Scotland's economy slowing down, Nicola Sturgeon has moved too early.