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"24.10.2016 12:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Poldark accused of blurring the line on rape The BBC has come under attack from women's rights campaigners for featuring a "rape" scene that allegedly blurs the line of sexual consent in the costume drama Poldark. In last night's episode... What did you think of the scene?
"24.10.2016 11:07:00" www.thetimes.co.uk Christian bakers lose discrimination appeal over gay marriage cake The Christian bakers found to have discriminated against a gay man by refusing to make a cake bearing a pro-gay marriage slogan have lost their appeal against the ruling. The owners of Ashers in... Mr Lee, a member of the LGBT advocacy group QueerSpace, last year wanted a cake featuring Sesame Street puppets Bert and Ernie with the phrase “Support Gay Marriage”
"24.10.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Gove didn't kill off Boris. He kept alive his leadership plan On the evening of Wednesday June 29, 97 Tory MPs were backing Boris Johnson for prime minister. Twelve hours later, after Michael Gove had abandoned his campaign and had entered the leadership... It is clear now that he saved Johnson from the ordeal of a campaign that would have ended in defeat, writes Tim Montgomerie
"24.10.2016 09:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Meet the first transgender reporter to appear on British TV screens Every Friday evening for five years India Willoughby would get into her car and undergo a metamorphosis. Inside her Fiat 500 she wiped off all her make-up, changed out of her female clothes and... "It isn't about who you go to bed with, but who you go to bed as"
"24.10.2016 08:48:04" www.thetimes.co.uk May promises to give the Scots a say in Brexit talks Theresa May will offer Nicola Sturgeon direct access to her Brexit negotiating team in an attempt to head off an angry clash when the two leaders meet in London today. The prime minister will say... One of the Nicola Sturgeon's key demands is the option for a “flexible” Brexit in which the regions of Britain have different deals with the EU over membership of the single market.
"24.10.2016 07:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Animals dying in pain because of Muslim ignorance over stunning Islamic scholars lack knowledge of basic science showing that stunning animals prevents them from feeling pain when their throats are cut, a study has found. The ignorance among scholars, who help... More than 2.4 million sheep and goats had their throats cut without stunning in the latest recorded year (2013), 60 per cent up on 2011
"24.10.2016 06:41:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Calais erupts in violence as migrant camp closed Calais was gripped by violence last night as police clashed with migrants and fired tear gas into the crowds before the biggest refugee evacuation in France for decades. Hundreds of officers and... Officials and charity workers tried to convince the 6,000-8,000 people there that they had no option but to accept a ride on the fleets of coaches to one of nearly 300 new “temporary reception centres”
"23.10.2016 18:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Christina Lamb is the first journalist to visit the Yazidi people of northern Iraq and hear the women's harrowing stories Warning: distressing content Deep in the forests of southern Germany, where everything is green and the only sound is the wind in the trees, are hidden more than 1,000 young women and children from... "They have suffered something so terrible, their eyes will always haunt you"
"23.10.2016 15:48:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Leonard Cohen: Hey, that's some way to say goodbye In a large, sun-dappled garden in the leafy, deep-lawned Los Angeles district of Hancock Park, the atmosphere has that air of LA perfection that makes you immediately suspicious. It's early evening... “I intend to stick around until I'm 120.” Read our interview with Leonard Cohen
"23.10.2016 13:50:29" www.thetimes.co.uk Up to 46,000 die each year as NHS lags behind world's best As many as 46,000 people die each year because NHS treatments for a range of conditions, including cancer, trail behind the best in the world, a new report has found. The UK ranks near the bottom... More than 9,000 people who die each year in the UK from lung cancer would survive if they lived in Japan
"23.10.2016 13:12:37" www.thetimes.co.uk Increase in shark attacks 'our fault' Shark attacks on people are surging worldwide - and humans are largely to blame, scientists have found. In 2015 they listed 98 unprovoked shark attacks around the world - beating the previous... Shark attacks have even taken place off British shores — 29 were recorded in the past 100 years.
"23.10.2016 12:08:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Universities like 'slave plantations' Kehinde Andrews, associate professor in sociology at Birmingham City University (BCU), likened universities to “the master's house” and said some academics were like “overseers on the plantation”. Britain's first black studies professor has made a scathing attack on his own profession, denouncing universities as “no less institutionally racist than the police force”.
"23.10.2016 11:20:01" Timeline Photos May adopts a different position.
"23.10.2016 11:05:30" www.thetimes.co.uk A bunch of stubbly Jungle 'children' expose our immigration chaos My 16-year-old son is approaching 6ft but still looks like a teenager. Some of his classmates are great big lugs, others are slender young boys. I've been glancing at him out of the corner of my... Does it?
"23.10.2016 09:40:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Threat of UK tax cut staves off hostile EU A secret plan to slash corporation tax by half has been hatched as a "nuclear option" to counter threats that Brussels will impose a "brutal Brexit" on Britain. Under the plan the UK would cut the... Forget hard or soft Brexit - the new term may be “brutal Brexit”
"23.10.2016 08:48:51" www.thetimes.co.uk Scent of a man lets wimps get the girls It is known as the Lynx effect. One spray of the eponymous deodorant and suddenly an otherwise unprepossessing man is pursued by hordes of women whose sole aim appears to be to get naked with him. Scientists have discovered that a splash of a well-chosen fragrance instantly lifts a less attractive man's sex appeal several notches.
"23.10.2016 07:34:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Second 'bomb' linked to Tube alert Scotland Yard has uncovered a second suspected bomb linked to last week's lone wolf terrorist plot to target the London Underground. Counterterrorism officers from the Metropolitan police's SO15... One resident said she was prevented from returning to her home by an officer who told her a “bomb” had been found.
"22.10.2016 22:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The £60,000 dream job: thousands chase chance to be a train driver It's one of those childhood dreams that usually fades when the reality of adult life bites, a bit like making a fortune out of professional football... Anyone else for a career change?
"22.10.2016 21:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Almost a quarter of women have quit drinking alcohol Nearly a quarter of British women are teetotal compared with one in seven men. Millions more are trying to reduce the amount of alcohol they consume, according to industry figures. Twenty-three per... Are you one of them?
"22.10.2016 20:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 20 of New York's best budget hotels From a hotel in the shadow of the Empire State Building to a converted paper factory in Queens. Small costs in the Big Apple
"22.10.2016 19:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk An online scammer fell in love with his victim When the romantic Danish widower she had met online started asking for cash for a medical emergency in Nigeria, Maria Grette wired the money. More demands followed, and after parting with €10,000... Not all scamming stories end badly...
"22.10.2016 18:41:48" Today the All Blacks set a historic record of 18 consecutive test match wins. Here are the 17 games they won ahead of today's victory against Australia.
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"22.10.2016 18:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk How to get through autumn without catching a cold On average, most adults catch two to five colds a year; children seven to ten. No hazmat suits required
"22.10.2016 17:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Scarlett Johansson has opened a popcorn bar in Paris Scarlett Johansson will serve up a taste of America today at the gourmet outlet she is opening with her French husband in Paris. The perfect place to 'pop' a 'corny' question in the City of Love
"22.10.2016 16:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Heels left for dead by posh plimsolls At one time wearing a pair of trainers to the office or an event was taboo. Now women are more likely to pick up trainers than stilettos Feet, rejoice
"22.10.2016 15:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk She wants a threesome. I'm nervous Suzi Godson's sex counsel "My girlfriend is keen that we try a threesome with another woman. I have sort of said yes, but I'm not really sure about it. I am worried that I'll be too nervous to perform. What would your advice be on making sure that it all goes smoothly?"
"22.10.2016 14:22:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Caitlin Moran: how clowns can rescue their image How can clowns pull it back? It's admittedly one of the lesser questions of 2016 - but yet, still a concern. Can't we bring back the custard pies and old-fashioned kicks up the bum?
"22.10.2016 13:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Thirty new recruits aim to be first women fighting in tanks About 30 potential female recruits have said that they want to become the first British women to fight in tanks. The number - made up of women who have yet to start initial army training - is much... Girl power
"22.10.2016 12:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk May's state controls will destroy the press From the debate on press regulation, columnists in quality papers sometimes stand back a bit prissily. We don't want to appear as poodles to what might look like corporate self-interest. Nor do we... Will they?
"22.10.2016 11:30:02" Timeline Photos Nature notes on The Mayfly: the right wing dominates the left, which eventually withers
"22.10.2016 11:27:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Mathematics of the longest pub crawl revealed Mathematicians have calculated the shortest distance to visit just about every pub in the UK. Having a pint in each would take an estimated three years and involve travelling a total distance... Having a pint in every 24,727 pub in the UK would take 3 years & involve travelling a total distance 28,270 miles !
"22.10.2016 09:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk In the court of Lupita Nyong'o, Hollywood's Oscar-winning queen of cool The first thing you notice about Lupita Nyong'o is the bodyguard. Big guy, stern face, arms folded, just outside the door of her swish London hotel suite. Then there's the publicist, ever watchful... "What the Oscar gave me, more than anything, is the luxury of choice"
"22.10.2016 08:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Boy, 7, is removed from mother who was bringing him up as girl A seven-year-old boy who was "living life entirely as a girl" has been removed from his mother's care after a ruling by a High Court judge. Mr Justice Hayden said that the woman had caused her son... The judge said that the woman had been “absolutely convinced” that the boy “perceived himself as a girl” and was determined that he should be a girl.
"22.10.2016 07:26:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hundreds of police sex pests uncovered Police who abuse their power for sexual advantage face new criminal sanctions as the scale of predatory behaviour by officers is revealed. Forces across the country are examining more than 150... Many officers stand accused of harassing, sexually assaulting or raping women after they reported a crime.
"21.10.2016 22:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Forget the margherita: try these five fabulous pizzas From spicy nduja to rich burrata and pancetta — your new favourite pizza recipes Hands up who's craving pizza right now?
"21.10.2016 21:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The bike lock that sickens potential thieves With more than 300,000 bicycle thefts reported around the country last year, inventors are at last kicking up a real stink. Smell ya later, bike thieves.
"21.10.2016 20:31:56" Sunday Times Food Rick Stein's pancetta, peas, pasta and parmesan. What could be simpler and more delicious? Who else out there is always planning their next meal? This Rick Stein pancetta, pea and Parmesan pasta is on our menu for tomorrow.
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"21.10.2016 20:30:36" The quest to save film's most famous shoes Dorothy's slippers are the most famous shoes in film. Now the Smithsonian Institution are crowdfunding to return them to their former sparkling glory.
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"21.10.2016 20:15:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Cries of pain, clothes in rags, they moved like zombies For a desperate 45-minute period it seemed that the resources of the field clinic at Dubardan might be overwhelmed. A chain of ambulances jostled for space in the small car park, trying to disgorge... A harrowing account from Anthony Loyd on the Bashiqa Front, Northern Iraq.
"21.10.2016 19:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Vasectomies are going out of fashion Vasectomies are going out of fashion, with the number of procedures down by almost two thirds in a decade. Men are leaving their options open or having children later in life, experts have suggested. Men are leaving their options open or having children later in life.
"21.10.2016 18:45:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Michael Gove: 'Experts' like Carney must curb their arrogance At different eras in world history there have been sacred figures who, while apparently of flesh and blood, have been elevated to inhabit a special realm of near-divinity above the rest of fallible... Incase you missed it: Michael Gove's column from earlier
"21.10.2016 18:15:03" www.thetimes.co.uk A Chinese official hid $25m worth of bribes under his single bed A senior Chinese official had a single bed and no other furniture in his Beijing flat - a Spartan lifestyle President Xi Jinping would heartily approve of. Except that under that bed, Wei Pengyuan... It's impressive he even managed to fit it all under there.
"21.10.2016 17:45:03" www.thetimes.co.uk May is feeling optimistic about a 'powerful new relationship' with the EU Theresa May has said that she is optimistic about securing a “smooth” Brexit deal in the interests of Britain and Europe. She insisted that she had played an active role in the European Union... Somebody play Barry White, 'cause we're hopefully in for a “smooth” Brexit deal.
"21.10.2016 17:15:04" www.thetimes.co.uk This is why so many young mums are having twins The number of twins being born in Britain has reached a five-year high, largely due to overweight mothers in their 20s. While the rates of twins and triplets being born has decreased slightly in... The number of women under 30 giving birth to more than one baby has increased by 3 per cent in a year.
"21.10.2016 16:45:16" www.thetimes.co.uk Fake Sheikh jailed for tampering with evidence in Tulisa case The self-proclaimed “king of sting” stood before the court as a “very frightened man”.
"21.10.2016 16:15:45" The village that lost a generation of children Wales fell silent today in remembrance of the tragic Aberfan disaster 50 years ago.
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"21.10.2016 15:15:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A sick professor used an online suicide kit Avril Henry had arthritis, spinal pain, cardiac failure, chronic deafness, sleep problems, asthma and swollen feet Was it right that the police tried to interfere with this woman's decision?
"21.10.2016 13:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk More poles needed to rebuild history They are the building blocks of England's history - the locations where the country's rich, glorious fabric was constructed. Unfortunately, a shortage of scaffolding could scupper their chances of... Across the country thousands of historic sites are at risk of being lost - all because of a lack of scaffolding.
"21.10.2016 12:55:55" Times Red Box A bad week for Boris Johnson, a good week for jobseekers. Everything you need to know about Brexit in 60 seconds.
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"21.10.2016 12:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Why wine and cheese make a perfect couple Cheese and wine parties have been given the scientific seal of approval after research finally confirmed what many already knew - enjoying the two together improves the taste of wine. Participants... It's science.
"21.10.2016 11:26:58" www.thetimes.co.uk May angers EU leaders with Brexit warning Theresa May has warned European leaders not to lock Britain out of EU decisions before Brexit has taken place at her first Brussels summit as prime minister. Her warning immediately angered senior... Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, again expressed hope that Britain would reverse its decision.
"21.10.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Sex with Neanderthals weakened European immune systems Next time you get a cold, don't feel sorry for yourself. Just consider it a penance - punishment for your ancestors' over-fondness for inter-species sex. Scientists have found that the immune... Got a cold? Consider it punishment for your ancestors' over-fondness for inter-species sex.
"21.10.2016 09:25:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Crackdown on rip-off gambling companies Bookmakers will be brought before the competition watchdog to explain why the industry has been cancelling winning bets and refusing to pay out money to punters, The Times has learnt. The... Punters lost a total of £3.5 billion online last year, equivalent to almost £75 for every adult in the country.
"21.10.2016 07:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk I will accept the election result, says Trump . . . as long as I win Donald Trump charged into the final stretch of the White House race last night relishing the furore unleashed by his threat to reject the election result, even as he appeared to retreat slightly... “I would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result.”
"21.10.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Web crime sends violent offences to highest level in 14 years Internet trolling and revenge porn contributed to a 24 per cent rise in violent crime last year, official figures show. The number of violent crimes recorded by police exceeded a million for the... The murder rate is also up.
"21.10.2016 05:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk SAS veteran accused of lying about heroics An SAS veteran who said that his comrades were involved in the "mercy killings" of Iraqi soldiers has been accused of lying and exaggerating his special forces exploits. Colin Maclachlan, 42... "That bloke is a Walter Mitty."
"21.10.2016 04:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Crackdown on rip-off gambling companies Bookmakers will be brought before the competition watchdog to explain why the industry has been cancelling winning bets and refusing to pay out money to punters, The Times has learnt. The... Their luck may have run out.
"21.10.2016 03:15:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Actress heckled as she succeeds killed MP Voters in Yorkshire were expected to elect a Coronation Street actress to replace Jo Cox last night, marking an end to a divisive campaign in which the far right tried to capitalise on the first... Is this the way to remember Jo Cox?
"20.10.2016 22:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Radiohead confirmed as Glastonbury 2017 headliners They have signed petitions against Kanye West, protested against Metallica and grumbled about The Smiths. Glastonbury purists can be hard to please, but many will celebrate news that Radiohead have... The festival is already sold out.
"20.10.2016 21:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk You're in for a hard Brexit, Hollande warns May at summit President Hollande of France warned Theresa May to expect "hard negotiations" as she arrived in her first EU summit as prime minister - puncturing efforts at a public show of cordiality. Mr... Mr Hollande has adopted an aggressive tone over Brexit negotiations.
"20.10.2016 20:11:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Violent crime in England and Wales up by a quarter Violent crime in England and Wales has risen by almost a quarter with jumps in murder, gun and knife offences, according to official figures published today. Knife crime rose by 9 per cent and gun... Knife crime, gun crime and murders have all increased.
"20.10.2016 19:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Gorilla made dash for freedom... and drank blackcurrant squash As armed police stormed London Zoo and visitors locked themselves in cafés, Kumbuka the gorilla used his short-lived freedom to indulge his sweet tooth, necking five litres of concentrated... He drank five litres of undiluted blackcurrant squash. Then he was tranquillised.
"20.10.2016 18:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Mature' migrant is not translator, says Home Office A mature-looking male pictured arriving in Britain from the Jungle camp in Calais is a teenage migrant and not an adult translator, the Home Office has confirmed. It had been suggested that he was... Whitehall said he was one the child migrants said to be aged 14 to 18.
"20.10.2016 17:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Ugly truth about rise of Trump and Brexit In the Rorschach test you look at a randomly created ink blot and say whether you think it looks like a chicken, or an umbrella or the Antichrist. The idea is that your choice gives an insight into... Brexit and the rise of Trump are driven by ugly nationalism, says David Aaronovitch.
"20.10.2016 16:31:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump claims Clinton was 'fed debate questions' Just hours after he suggested that he may not accept the election result if he loses, Donald Trump advanced a new conspiracy theory today when he appeared to claim that Hillary Clinton had been fed... He did not give any proof for the allegation.
"20.10.2016 15:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Do you need an 'emotional support' animal? As a former airline pilot and the head of an organisation that helps passengers to overcome their fear of flying, Captain Tom Bunn had long been familiar with the idea that a dog can calm an... Daniel the duck gets onboard flights with his owner to provide emotional support.
"20.10.2016 14:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Viral photo of tea seller unites India and Pakistan India and Pakistan have found little common ground in recent weeks amid mounting hostilities in Kashmir, but the piercing blue eyes, stubble and perfect bone structure of a humble Islamabad tea... This viral photo has played an unlikely part in easing tensions between the two nuclear-armed states.
"20.10.2016 13:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Child migrants and dental checks "A nasty party production" Today's cartoon by Peter Brookes.
"20.10.2016 12:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Biggest Russian naval deployment since the Cold War A fleet of Russian warships and fighter jets were off the northeast coast of Britain last night, watched by a Royal Navy frigate in a rare encounter of such scale. Britain said that it would track... While Nato is stalling in the Middle East, the Russian navy dominates the Atlantic, the Mediterranean and Black sea, said a Russian defence analyst.
"20.10.2016 11:20:50" The supercomputer that predicts the weather Getting caught in the rain could become a thing of the past after a breakthrough by the new Met Office supercomputer.
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"20.10.2016 10:51:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The secret to being a modern superwoman We all know the image - the career woman struggling to have it all, weighed down by children and too big a job, becoming less and less productive. There she is, turning up late to meetings, firing... Now you can have it all: Study suggests that having children can make you hyper-productive at work too.
"20.10.2016 09:51:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Charity workers admit some migrants lie about their age Migrants and charity workers admitted yesterday that adults in the Calais camp regularly lied about their age in an attempt to get into Britain as children. One migrant said that "probably a... Whitehall sources said that those found to be over 18 usually then submitted an asylum application as an adult.
"20.10.2016 08:19:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Gay men to be posthumously pardoned Thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted of sexual offences that have since been abolished will be posthumously pardoned after the case of Alan Turing, ministers will announce today. About... About 50,000 people who were convicted for consensual same-sex acts will be pardoned.
"20.10.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump makes final throw of the dice in ferocious Las Vegas debate Donald Trump placed an unprecedented question mark over the peaceful succession of power in the United States last night, refusing to say that he would accept the result of the presidential... Trump refused to say he would accept the result of the presidential election if he loses to Clinton
"20.10.2016 05:00:07" www.thetimes.co.uk Fears for Mars lander as signal lost before impact Europe's latest Mars lander was missing, feared dead, last night as history appeared to have repeated itself in the solar system's bleakest graveyard for spaceships. Thirteen years after British... Signal was lost with the Mars lander a few seconds before it was due to hit the ground.
"20.10.2016 04:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Middle class pay £10,000 care homes 'stealth tax' Middle-class families are paying a "stealth tax" of £10,000 a year for places in care homes for the elderly, a study has found. The extra charge is being used to subsidise residents who cannot pay... The extra charge is being used to subsidise residents who cannot pay themselves and have to rely on council funding.
"20.10.2016 02:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk May accused of cover-up over abuse inquiry chief Theresa May was accused last night of a cover-up after admitting that she had known of concerns about the conduct of the head of the national child abuse inquiry while still home secretary. Mrs May... The PM knew about Goddard fears but did nothing
"19.10.2016 22:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A French councillor was paid €440,000 to do nothing A town hall official has become a symbol of France's wasteful public sector after it emerged he'd been paid to do nothing for ten years. Dream job?
"19.10.2016 21:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Give us free education or we will barbecue your zebras, students demand Protesting South African students have blockaded roads, thrown rocks at police, burnt down buildings and even threatened to kill and roast zebras, but President Zuma says that is just the sign of a... There's a headline you don't see every day...
"19.10.2016 20:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk This 12-year-old boy scout survived a mountain baboon attack Rescue workers hailed the survival instincts of a 12-year-old Boy Scout who endured a baboon attack and used urine-soaked leaves to keep warm through the night after he got separated from his troop. He surely deserves all the merit badges!
"19.10.2016 19:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Angela Eagle suffered abuse by party activists The Labour MP Angela Eagle suffered homophobic abuse and intimidation from activists in her constituency, a leaked investigation by the party has concluded. The former frontbencher's local... Her office had to endure “abusive and intimidating” phone calls while “many hundreds of abusive, homophobic and frightening messages” were sent by Labour members to the MP.
"19.10.2016 19:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Feeling full does not stop you eating more We couldn't possibly eat another bite. Wait — is that cake? Especially when there's a tub of ice cream in the freezer...
"19.10.2016 18:33:05" www.thetimes.co.uk How do City stop MSN? And how do they score against Barcelona? Henry Winter, Chief Football WriterHow to stop Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez and Neymar from scoring: Almost impossible. Will be impossible if Manchester City's full backs get caught forward, if... What's your prediction?
"19.10.2016 18:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Paralysed teenager sues boyfriend's mother for £3m A teenager who broke her back in a riding accident is suing her former boyfriend's mother for £3 million for letting her ride the horse. Ashleigh Harris was left paralysed from the waist down by... A teenager who broke her back in a riding accident is suing her former boyfriend's mother for £3 million for letting her ride the horse.
"19.10.2016 17:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk This is the £100m Spinal Tap lawsuit In the celebrated 1984 mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap, members of a fictional rock band toured the world under the tutelage of a hapless manager who took them all for fools and would surely run... That's a lot higher than 11.
"19.10.2016 17:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Hunt for conman 'who stole lover's £850,000 life savings' An international manhunt is under way for a serial conman suspected of romancing a divorcée and fleecing her of £850,000 in life savings. Horrible.
"19.10.2016 16:15:38" www.thetimes.co.uk I knew about fears over abuse judge, admits May Theresa May has admitted for the first time that she was told of concerns about the former head of the child abuse inquiry before being formally informed. The prime minister now faces questions... Will the prime minister come clean about what she knew when?
"19.10.2016 15:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Daniel Finkelstein: Remainers must stop the dishonest games Before I get on to some more contentious points, I would like to make an appeal that could unite the entire nation. Can people please stop putting “Br” in front of words under the misapprehension... Remainers and Leavers, do you agree?
"19.10.2016 14:45:45" www.thetimes.co.uk This is the wildlife photo of the year The orangutan only wanted some figs. Little did he know that his image would be seen around the world as the winner of one of photography's most high-profile prizes. The 2016 Wildlife Photographer... The orangutan only wanted some figs — now he's the star of a famous photograph.
"19.10.2016 14:11:06" www.thetimes.co.uk My Dad Wrote a Porno At a family gathering last year Jamie Morton was taken aside by his recently retired father, who told him he had written a book. "I said that was great. He said: 'Read it, let me know.' He was... Can you imagine analysing your own father's erotic fantasies? Jamie Morton did just that, and the result is the most successful podcast of the year.
"19.10.2016 13:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Film from the artist who created The Snowman is touching tribute to his parents A blustery day in Plumpton Green, East Sussex, and on the hill above the station looms a cartoonish figure in a flapping mac, baseball cap and sandals, waving a stick in greeting. This is Raymond... The man who brought you The Snowman has a deeply moving story to tell.
"19.10.2016 12:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Dentists reject calls to x-ray Calais 'children' More children from the Calais Jungle arrived in Britain yesterday as concern grew that some of those arriving were over 18. Conservative MPs claimed that some of them were adults posing as minors... Dentists say these tests are inaccurate and unethical.
"19.10.2016 11:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Mother gives birth at 62 after IVF One of the oldest mothers in the world showed off her baby daughter yesterday as she left hospital, proclaiming: "I feel phenomenal. I couldn't be better." Lina Alvarez, aged 62, revealed last... Should there be an age limit on IVF fertility treatment?
"19.10.2016 11:00:31" Sunday Times Food Healthy chicken and lentil salad "When I'm short of time this is my go to chicken dish - it's full of diverse textures and flavours" - Signe Johansen Healthy lunchtime recipe from Sunday Times Food
"19.10.2016 10:11:10" www.thetimes.co.uk Mars landing planned for 3.42pm today One hundred million miles away, at precisely 3.42pm today, the European Space Agency will begin the process of exorcising the ghost of Beagle 2. Far above the surface of Mars, a car-sized lander... The plan is to lay the groundwork for sending a robot to Mars in 2020.
"19.10.2016 09:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Paralysed teenager sues boyfriend's mother for £3m A teenager who broke her back in a riding accident is suing her former boyfriend's mother for £3 million for letting her ride the horse. Ashleigh Harris was left paralysed from the waist down by... Who was ultimately responsible?
"19.10.2016 08:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Interpreter for TV crew raped near Calais Jungle camp An Afghan interpreter employed by a French television channel was raped at knifepoint near the Jungle migrant camp in Calais yesterday. The 38-year-old woman was working with journalists making a... “They stole their equipment and their camera. While two individuals threatened the journalist with a knife, the third raped the young woman interpreter.”
"19.10.2016 07:17:04" www.thetimes.co.uk The fall of Mosul could see Isis fighters flood into Europe Isis fighters fleeing the Iraqi city of Mosul are set to flood into Europe, threatening a fresh wave of terror attacks, the EU's security chief has warned. Thousands of Europeans have left for Iraq... When Isis lose territory in Iraq, retreating fighters have to go somewhere - and that could mean a rise in attacks in Europe.
"19.10.2016 06:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Sat-nav database signals the end of wrong turns They have become a blight on Britain's country roads: the lorries stuck down narrow lanes after being directed there by sat-nav. Now ministers have spent £3 million to chart about 200,000 miles of... What's your worst sat-nav story?
"19.10.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Fears that adults are posing as minors to cross channel More children from the Calais Jungle arrived in Britain yesterday as concern grew that some of those arriving were over 18. Conservative MPs claimed that some of them were adults posing as minors... It's the age old question...
"19.10.2016 04:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk May delays Heathrow decision Theresa May cleared the path for a third runway at Heathrow yesterday but was accused of delaying the move until 2018. MPs will not get a final vote on airport expansion for more than a year, the... Should we build a third runway at Heathrow?
"19.10.2016 02:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Mosul's last Christians lose faith in Iraq's future The bishop watched the start of the battle to liberate Mosul from the seat of a car parked at the monastery. It was just after dawn, and as the coalition jets roared overhead to bomb Islamic State... Is it the end for Christianity in Mosul? Anthony Loyd reports from northern Iraq
"18.10.2016 22:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk South Korea court frees Jehovah's Witnesses who refused to serve in the military Two South Korean men who refused to do military service have had their convictions overturned in a landmark ruling against the government. Cho Rak Hoon and Kim Hyung Geun were freed by an appeals... This is a landmark ruling against the government.
"18.10.2016 21:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The babies of obese mothers are born 'older' Babies of obese mothers are born up to 17 years “older” than they should be, a study suggests. A key marker of biological ageing was much more pronounced in babies whose mothers were overweight... But not Benjamin Button old.
"18.10.2016 20:15:35" The octogenarian marathon man Dubbed 'The Master' for his running prowess, Ed Whitlock has again proved that age is just a number.
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"18.10.2016 20:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Out of the Jungle and into Croydon More than 100 youngsters from the Calais Jungle are expected to travel to Britain before the end of the week to be united with family members as 14 arrived here yesterday. The teenagers, aged... More than 100 youngsters from the Calais Jungle are expected to travel to Britain before the end of the week.
"18.10.2016 19:33:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Stay in Dracula's lair this Halloween Garlic lovers need not apply Who fancies sleeping in a velvet-lined coffin for the night?
"18.10.2016 19:03:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Fancy a cuppa tea wine? Scientists in the Himalayas have developed "wines" from tea leaves with an alcohol content up to 12 per cent. For all those that can never decide between a brew or a few
"18.10.2016 18:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Duterte gets friendly with China The outspoken president of the Philippines arrived in China today on a trip that is being seen as a sign that Manila could switch allegiance from Washington to Beijing. The Philippines, a former... The president, who has called Mr Obama a “son of a whore” has vowed to end military exercises with the US and move much closer to China in his own strategic pivot.
"18.10.2016 17:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk The Thai throne could be filled in days Thailand's military ruler has sought to calm anxiety about the country's royal succession. The late king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, could be succeeded by his son in a matter of days.
"18.10.2016 16:31:38" www.thetimes.co.uk Girl, 15, found guilty of double murder with her boyfriend Teenage sweethearts aged 15 have become the youngest couple convicted of murder in Britain after stabbing and suffocating a mother and her 13-year-old daughter as they slept. The schoolchildren... The teenage sweethearts aged 15 have become the youngest couple convicted of murder in Britain.
"18.10.2016 16:08:35" www.thetimes.co.uk Ministers are free to oppose the Heathrow decision, says May Boris Johnson and other ministers opposed to the expansion of Heathrow airport will be allowed to “temporarily” voice their disapproval if the government gives the project the green light next week... This is the strongest hint yet that No 10 will approve a third runway at Heathrow...
"18.10.2016 15:05:08" Sunday Times Food It's tea time! And what is better than a sticky ginger cake, lightly sweetened and spiced with cardamon and cinnamon. Seconds? We're having dessert before dinner tonight and no one can stop us.
"18.10.2016 15:03:07" www.thetimes.co.uk Meet 'Pedals', the bear that could inspire a hunting ban A growing fan base watched videos of the bear's adventures and made donations to a $22,000 fund that sought to ensure Pedals's survival Save the bears
"18.10.2016 14:04:10" Times columnist Caitlin Moran is crowdfunding to make the third series of Raised By Wolves, the show she wrote with her sister about growing up in Wolverhampton. Listen to her talk about her campaign and ask her questions in the comments section.
"18.10.2016 13:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Educating rich kids: inside the world of the £1,000-an-hour super-tutor It was an emergency call: Mark Maclaine has the kind of reputation that means he gets emergency calls. Sometimes it is to leave the country with only 24 hours' notice - or a few hours in rare... Would you pay this much if you could afford it?
"18.10.2016 12:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Churches may be allowed to skip Sunday services Churches with tiny congregations will no longer be obliged to hold Sunday services as the Church of England considers abandoning the legal requirement for struggling rural parishes. Canon law... Only 1.4% of the English population attends a Sunday service.
"18.10.2016 11:12:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Most grammar schools don't give priority to poorer pupils More than half of all grammar schools in England are failing to give priority to poor pupils, according to research released as pressure mounts on the system to become more socially inclusive. Will new grammar schools help children from poor backgrounds?
"18.10.2016 10:13:42" The matador that doesn't know when to quit Despite the declining popularity of bullfighting in Spain and a second injury to his eye, 'The Pirate' cannot be kept out the ring
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"18.10.2016 10:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Green subsidies will add more than £100 your energy bills Subsidies for green electricity will add £110 to the average household energy bill by 2020 but fail to deliver value for money, according to the public spending watchdog. The National Audit Office... Is it worth it?
"18.10.2016 09:21:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Southern trains strike heaps fresh misery on London commuters Commuters relying on the Southern railway network faced the start of another three days of delays and cancellations this morning as the 14th strike of the year began. Southern trains and the RMT... Were you affected this morning?
"18.10.2016 08:19:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Why a mind MoT may improve your life We all need an overhaul now and again, to address the state of the hair and nails, the diet, the exercise regimen. What few of us factor in is time to take stock of how our brains are coping with... The professor who gives sports stars a mental edge is now offering to up your game.
"18.10.2016 07:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Case closed at last: Ben Needham died in digger accident, say police Police believe they have finally solved the mystery of Ben Needham, the toddler from Sheffield who went missing on the Greek island of Kos 25 years ago. The discovery of an item that belonged to... An "item" has been discovered that officers believe belonged to Ben.
"18.10.2016 06:41:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Woolfe quits 'rotten' Ukip after punch-up Steven Woolfe, the Ukip MEP hospitalised after an altercation with a colleague, quit the party he said was in a "death spiral" last night. He branded Ukip "ungovernable" without Nigel Farage at the... He branded Ukip “ungovernable” without Nigel Farage at the helm and the EU referendum to unite supporters.
"18.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The £25 breakfast is hard to swallow Breakfasting like a king and dining like a pauper might be good for your waistline but it could be bad for your wallet. The cost of a full English is soaring as hotels, restaurants and cafés take... Are hotels, restaurants and cafés taking advantage of Britons who brunch?
"18.10.2016 04:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Man arrested over 'rape at Houses of Parliament' A man understood to be an aide to a Conservative MP has been arrested in connection with allegations that a woman was raped in the Houses of Parliament, it emerged last night. The 23-year-old man... Sam Armstrong, the 23-year-old aide to MP Craig Mackinlay, has been arrested and bailed, police said.
"18.10.2016 01:58:58" www.thetimes.co.uk Cameron 'wasted £1bn on troubled families' The government's £1.3 billion scheme to help Britain's most troubled families has had no measurable impact on cutting crime or changing their lives for the better, an official assessment reveals. A report found no evidence the programme had “any significant or systematic impact”.
"17.10.2016 21:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Boomtown spat: bandmate sues Geldof Bob Geldof is being sued by a former bandmate in the Boomtown Rats who claims that he wrote their biggest hit. I Don't Like Mondays is still played regularly on radio stations 37 years after it... I don't like Mondays!
"17.10.2016 20:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Airbrushing gets perfect school photos School photographers are offering to airbrush pictures of children as young as 11 before sending them to parents. Photography firms, including Cardwell & Simons which works with more than 700... Parents are given the option to airbrush blemishes and fix untidy hair.
"17.10.2016 19:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Author's curious attack on Amazon For Amazon, it may be the curious incident of the dig at the online bookshop. The retail giant has found itself on the back foot after Mark Haddon, the award-winning novelist, instructed his... Mark Haddon ensured 10 illustrations from his new book were absent from the edition available on Amazon because he views the company as a “merciless commercial engine”.
"17.10.2016 18:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Why can't Corbyn say sorry for Labour's antisemitism? Not so long ago, Jeremy Corbyn seemed incapable of uttering the word "antisemitism" without adding "and other forms of racism" immediately afterwards. On Sunday, though, responding to the Home... Should Corbyn apologise?
"17.10.2016 17:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Johnson goes on warpath after his pro-Remain article is leaked Boris Johnson was assured that a newspaper column in which he backed staying in the European Union would not be made public for "a year or two". The foreign secretary was left embarrassed and angry... He wrestled with himself over the issue... before the case for #Brexit became blindingly obvious...
"17.10.2016 17:15:04" Sunday Times Food How do you cut your onions? Boo hoo!
"17.10.2016 16:06:55" www.thetimes.co.uk Rudd admits that she knew of Goddard concerns Amber Rudd admitted this afternoon that she knew of concerns about Dame Lowell Goddard's conduct and competence when she told MPs that the judge had resigned as head of Britian's biggest public... Breaking
"17.10.2016 15:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Respect zoos' sensitive animals, says Attenborough Sir David Attenborough has urged zoos to "bear in mind the sensitivity" of animals and called on visitors to be more respectful of their privacy following the escape of a silverback gorilla from... The broadcaster said that it was hardly surprising that the 18-year-old male became “fed up”, adding that he felt “deep, deep sympathy and sorrow” for the gorilla.
"17.10.2016 14:29:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Baywatch star reveals her fears for Assange's health Pamela Anderson, the former Baywatch actress and Playboy model, has expressed concerns over the health of Julian Assange after taking a vegan meal to the WikiLeaks founder. Before a lecture on... Before a lecture on pornography at the Oxford Union, she gave Mr Assange (vegan) lunch and snacks at the Ecuadorean embassy.
"17.10.2016 13:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Refugees riot after mother and son are killed by Greek driver Refugees rioted at a camp in northern Greece after a local driver ran over and killed a Syrian mother and her young son. Extra police officers have been sent to try to restore order around the... A pair of ambulance staff were also attacked and injured.
"17.10.2016 12:51:34" www.thetimes.co.uk Migrant children from the Calais jungle begin new life in UK Six unaccompanied migrant children travelled from Calais to Kent last week at the start of what France hopes will be a British welcome for hundreds of minors in the "Jungle" encampment who have... French rights groups are worried that unaccompanied children will disappear when the government orders the evacuation of the camp. For some of these children, it will be their last chance for a better life.
"17.10.2016 12:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Tory says those who threaten Brexit should be charged with treason A Conservative councillor has started a parliamentary petition calling for support for EU membership to become a treasonable offence. Christian Holliday, a member of Guildford borough council, is... The Treason and Felony Act has not been used in a prosecution since 1879.
"17.10.2016 11:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Bullfighter is gored in the same eye twice A bullfighter known as the pirate because of an eye-patch he wears after being gored by a bull has been hurt in the same eye again (Graham Keeley writes). Juan José Padilla was crouching and... They call him 'The Pirate'.
"17.10.2016 10:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk EU supporters want to subvert will of the people, claims Patel Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband and other MPs who want a vote on Theresa May's Brexit negotiating strategy are using parliament to subvert the democratic will of the British public, a cabinet minister said... Do you agree?
"17.10.2016 09:41:02" www.thetimes.co.uk West lacks will to use force against Assad and Putin, declares Johnson The foreign secretary has admitted that there is a lack of appetite among western powers for a military solution in Syria, days after suggesting that force might be needed. Boris Johnson said that... Would the British public back a no-fly zone if it meant confrontation with Russia?
"17.10.2016 08:38:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Sperm donor app allows women to 'shop' for fathers Any woman of fertile age will find it easy to get addicted to the world's first phone app for sperm. It is a dreamy, "what if?" kind of place. I hover on the blue-eyed arts administrator, but then... Some sperm donors have sired 150 children.
"17.10.2016 07:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Marine Le Pen wants to ban all religious dress in public Marine Le Pen pledged yesterday to ban all religious dress in public to quell the rise of radical Islam. The far-right National Front chief, who is expected to top or come second in the first round... She wants "to fight the advance of political Islam"
"17.10.2016 06:31:57" Sunday Times Food How do you make the ultimate porridge? The ultimate porridge technique, from Sunday Times Food
"17.10.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Johnson goes on warpath after his pro-Remain article is leaked Boris Johnson was assured that a newspaper column in which he backed staying in the European Union would not be made public for "a year or two". The foreign secretary was left embarrassed and angry... Johnson called the column “semi-parodic”.
"17.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Baywatch star reveals her fears for Assange's health Pamela Anderson, the former Baywatch actress and Playboy model, has expressed concerns over the health of Julian Assange after taking a vegan meal to the WikiLeaks founder. Before a lecture on... The former Baywatch actress and Playboy model brought Julian Assange a vegan meal.
"17.10.2016 04:05:29" www.thetimes.co.uk Clinton is rigging the election, Trump tells his supporters Donald Trump has attacked the legitimacy of America's presidential election as he approaches the final three weeks of the campaign facing a yawning gap in the polls, a bleak electoral map and a... A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll yesterday put Hillary Clinton's lead among likely voters at 11 per cent.
"17.10.2016 02:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hammond clashes with Brexiteers on migrants The chancellor has angered Eurosceptic ministers by calling for a delay on migration curbs that would lead to a hard Brexit and dismay business. Philip Hammond suggested that members of the Brexit... The chancellor fears curbs on immigration will end up harming businesses.
"16.10.2016 20:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Hey, Mr Nobel prize man Prizes bring out the worst in people. Bitter losers, preening winners, dodgy judges, cynical critics? All part of the show. People try to be nice and say such and such an award "started a debate"... Come gather round, people, and admit it: the haters and doubters who believe Bob Dylan should not have been honoured are jealous.
"16.10.2016 19:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Scotland can stay in single market without UK, claims Sturgeon Nicola Sturgeon has said she believes Scotland could stay in the European single market and the UK, even if other parts of the country leave. The first minister said Theresa May had an "obligation"... Can they?
"16.10.2016 18:30:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Greeks plan divers' theme park round wreck of Titanic 2 For 100 years the sister ship of the Titanic lay largely forgotten beneath the clear waters of the Aegean. But now HMHS Britannic could become a tourist attraction thanks to plans by cash-strapped... Anyone for the ultimate divers' theme park?
"16.10.2016 17:12:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Ben Needham search ends in Kos The search has ended for clues over the disappearance of the toddler Ben Needham 25 years ago. Police gave up on two digs on the Greek island of Kos this afternoon, ending any remaining hopes of... Police gave up on two digs on the Greek island of Kos this afternoon, ending any remaining hopes of his body being found.
"16.10.2016 16:58:50" Sunday Times Food Roast cauliflower, spinach and blue cheese salad with cherries and walnuts Yum!
"16.10.2016 16:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit sees UK universities slip down the world rankings British universities have seen their rankings fall sharply in the latest QS World University Rankings published this month. Although four institutions remain in the top 10, the wider picture is not... More to blame on #Brexit
"16.10.2016 15:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Reopened: case of boys buried alive Police have reopened the case of two 11-year-olds murdered in 1980, after a Sunday Times investigation unearthed new evidence. Best friends John Greenwood and Gary Miller were found beaten and... “We'll go to the ends of the earth to help the families get some kind of peace”
"16.10.2016 14:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Penned in, ogled and taunted: no wonder Kumbuka went ape I can hardly describe the disappointment I felt when the celebrity gorilla Kumbuka was safely returned to his enclosure - having failed to kill anyone. From the moment I read that the 18-year-old... Do you agree?
"16.10.2016 13:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Analyse porn? I'm not of that Persuasion "It is a truth universally acknowledged that young men in possession of porn must be in want of better education or they'll never get a wife . . ." Or something like that. I concur entirely with... Should porn be analysed in school lessons?
"16.10.2016 12:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk How it feels to ... grow up with guns Growing up on a farm outside of Nashville, I shot at Coke cans off sawhorses. I didn't use a shotgun because I wasn't big enough. I was once thrown to the ground from the kick of a rifle, so at the... Living among — and playing with — firearms is the norm for many American children.
"16.10.2016 11:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Germany sets up safe shelters for gay migrants A tall, muscular man walked across the lobby wearing large earrings, generously applied make-up and a light blue dress. "Hello, it's nice to meet you," said Abdel, a transvestite from Iraq. Welcome... Welcome to Germany's first shelter for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transvestite and intersex migrants.
"16.10.2016 10:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Cars have new tricks to beat toxin tests An analysis of diesel cars has revealed new "defeat systems" that help vehicles that emit high levels of toxins to pass official anti-pollution tests and be driven on Europe's roads. The systems... These “defeat systems” help vehicles pass pollution tests.
"16.10.2016 09:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Mutilated teenage slave vanishes after second police rescue An orphan whose finger was hacked off by people traffickers who smuggled him into Britain before he was rescued by police has gone missing. The teenager was among 1,400 slaves supported by the... An orphan whose finger was hacked off by people traffickers who smuggled him into Britain before he was rescued by police has gone missing.
"16.10.2016 08:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Lady Gaga gets serious The first time I was in the same room as Lady Gaga, she was dressed as a sofa. It was 2014, and she was in flowing, fluffy white, hosting a talk in Texas. It was hard to work out where singer ended... Sadder, less showy, but still a misfit with a message, Lady Gaga reveals the losses that inspired her surprising new sound.
"16.10.2016 07:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Ched Evans: I fought this for my family. I'm not a rapist At 2.30pm on Friday at Cardiff crown court, Ched Evans's life took a new turn. For eight days he had sat in the dock in court 5, listening to the re-telling of a sordid story that had dominated his... In today's Sunday Times, Ched Evans gives his first interview since clearing his name.
"16.10.2016 06:44:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Could these words have changed British history? OK OK, I admit it. If you gave him a truth drug, or hypnotised him, I don't think even the prime minister would really deny it. This European Union deal is not perhaps everything that we would have... It's the article Boris Johnson tried to bury — the case for remaining in the EU, written at the same time as one backing Brexit.
"15.10.2016 20:25:02" www.thetimes.co.uk We're heading for the biggest crisis since Suez As in a bad dream, I have the sensation of falling. We British are on our way to making the biggest screw-up since Suez and, somewhere deep down, the new governing class know it. We are heading for... Are we?
"15.10.2016 19:38:58" www.thetimes.co.uk My son and Britain's boy crisis Watching my boy, Sonny, 7, walk up to his classroom in the morning, like every loving parent, my own hopes - and fears - go with him every step of the way. I chose Sonny's school meticulously... If British boys had a report card, it would read, 'Must try harder'
"15.10.2016 18:28:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Refugees pick grapes on Sting's estate A rolling Tuscan estate converted by the musician Sting into a paradise of vineyards and olive groves has been caught up in a police investigation after underpaid refugees were discovered picking... “Here in the birthplace of the Renaissance we discovered migrants working off the books to create wine”
"15.10.2016 17:27:40" www.thetimes.co.uk The bodyguard It's a Monday morning and I'm in an anonymous hotel near Euston station, waiting to meet a man called Mark Billingham in an empty bar area just off the main reception. Billingham - just "Billy" if... "Angie calls, saying, come to Baghdad"
"15.10.2016 15:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Eating out: Giles Coren I rarely laugh when I am served a plate of food. Very occasionally, when some nutty genius has served me something intended to amuse - such as Heston's meat fruit, René Redzepi's pot plant full of... Would you pay £21.50 for this full English at the Macdonald Randolph Hotel or, as Giles Coren puts it, "the worst thing I have ever been served in any establishment of any kind ever, anywhere in the world"?
"15.10.2016 14:11:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Calais Jungle children to arrive in UK 'within days' Children from the Calais migrant camp will begin arriving in the UK next week, before the impending demolition of the camp. The government pledged in January to ship over all unaccompanied refugee... British officials have now been sent to France to help speed up the transfer of youngsters “as a matter of urgency”.
"15.10.2016 13:36:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Silverback gorilla... Trumpus Humpus Today's cartoon by Peter Brookes...
"15.10.2016 12:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Nato on alert as Russian aircraft carrier heads for British waters The Royal Navy is sending two warships to intercept a heavily armed Russian aircraft carrier as it travels close to UK waters on its way to bomb rebel forces in Aleppo, The Times has learnt. If it takes the Channel route on its way to Syria it would sail a mile off the British coast.
"15.10.2016 11:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk We're heading for the biggest crisis since Suez As in a bad dream, I have the sensation of falling. We British are on our way to making the biggest screw-up since Suez and, somewhere deep down, the new governing class know it. We are heading for... Four months after the referendum, the Brexiteers have no idea where they're leading us, says Matthew Parris.
"15.10.2016 10:21:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Our education system is failing our boys Watching my boy, Sonny, 7, walk up to his classroom in the morning, like every loving parent, my own hopes - and fears - go with him every step of the way. I chose Sonny's school meticulously... Girls outperform boys at every level. So what is going on?
"15.10.2016 09:21:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The woman standing in the way of Brexit On the night of the EU referendum Gina Miller slept for 36 minutes. "I know, because my husband gave me this watch that tracks my sleep," she says, waving a slim wrist bearing an elegant Withings... Meet Gina Miller, the woman mounting the legal challenge to stop Brexit in its tracks.
"15.10.2016 08:31:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit brain drain has already begun A "brain drain" of leading academics has begun already, four months after the Brexit vote, universities have told The Times. It mirrors the intellectual flight of the early 1980s, which resulted in... It is already costing us millions, experts say.
"15.10.2016 07:21:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Army set to buy £3bn fleet from German firms The army is poised to buy a fleet of armoured vehicles from Germany for £3 billion in a deal that risks costing Britain an extra £1 billion and hundreds of jobs, The Times has learnt. Military... If this deal could be done with British firms it would create hundreds of jobs right here in the UK.
"15.10.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Forget the bling, it's all about mustard The lifestyle obsessions of rap artists are well documented and chiefly concern jewellery, drugs and women. To that list can now be added a new contender: mustard. Not just any mustard, however... From Kanye West to Ghostface Killah, hip-hop artists have been slipping in mustard references for years.
"15.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Caitlin Moran: Satan's Hour Last week, a survey revealed that it takes the parents of a newborn child, on average, an extra 55 minutes to leave the house, compared with someone without a child. I am aware that anyone with a... Here's why it takes the mothers of young babies so long to leave the house.
"15.10.2016 04:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Refugees pick grapes on Sting's estate A rolling Tuscan estate converted by the musician Sting into a paradise of vineyards and olive groves has been caught up in a police investigation after underpaid refugees were discovered picking... Prosecutors described the conditions as “inhumane and slave-like”.
"15.10.2016 02:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Home Office knew about fears over abuse judge MPs were given misleading information by the home secretary, it emerged last night as the government admitted that senior officials were alerted to concerns over the "professionalism and... Government staff took no action to end her “catastrophic” tenure.
"14.10.2016 20:36:38" The world's longest serving monarch mourned by a nation He had been bed-bound for most of the past seven years, but news of King Bhumibol Adulyadej death, aged 88, provoked intense grief in Thailand.
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"14.10.2016 20:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk A few deaths from terrorism are no big deal At the risk of being misconstrued, of causing great offence and of appearing to make light of something very serious (which is not my intention at all), I would like to suggest a new way of... Does he have a point?
"14.10.2016 19:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Brain damage released Dahl's creativity The macabre workings of Roald Dahl's mind that manifested themselves in the grotesque villains of his children's stories may owe as much to chance as his genius. The author's doctor believes that... Was brain damage behind Roald Dahl's genius?
"14.10.2016 18:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk King Bhumibol Adulyadej Bhumibol Adulyadej did not expect to become King of Thailand, but when his older brother met with a violent and mysterious death in 1946, King of Thailand is what he nevertheless became. He went on... Our obituary. The world's longest-reigning monarch who did not expect to become King of Thailand but who took on the role with a certain enigmatic and cunning dignity.
"14.10.2016 17:57:31" Times Red Box Not been paying attention? Here's what happened in Brexit this week...
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"14.10.2016 17:30:02" Timeline Photos You either hate it...or you hate it!
"14.10.2016 16:06:35" www.thetimes.co.uk Angry gorilla 'escaped through open gate' at zoo Kumbuka, the gorilla that caused panic at London Zoo, was back in his enclosure looking downbeat and sombre today as the zoo refused to comment on reports that he escaped through an open gate. “The enclosure was very small, no bigger than an average living room. All of us had a feeling that it was very angry and unhappy.”
"14.10.2016 15:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Killer clown' craze brings surge in calls to Childline Childline has received 120 calls from children scared by pranksters dressing up as "killer clowns" in the craze that has also led to a rising number of calls to police. The charity urged parents to... Enough is enough!
"14.10.2016 14:35:42" Michael Gove talks politics "We now have the opportunities that we never had before"
Michael Gove on Brexit, The Labour Party and the future of Prime Minister Theresa May
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"14.10.2016 11:34:44" Nine little-known facts about the Battle of Hastings 1066 one of the most famous dates in history but did you know these nine facts about the Battle of Hastings?
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"14.10.2016 10:47:20" www.thetimes.co.uk Some children are just born fussy, according to new research Some children are just born fussy, according to new research which claims that early years eating habits are down to genetics. Ketchup-eating toddlers may now be excused as their rejection of... Ketchup-eating toddlers may now be excused as their rejection of vegetables could be the result of nature and not nurture
"14.10.2016 09:24:28" www.thetimes.co.uk June 23 was a vote for democratic control, not for a blanket ban on migration Take. Back. Control. Three short words. One clear mandate. But for many of those on the losing side in the EU referendum campaign the very clarity and force of that message are still too much to take. 'The vote to leave the EU was the single most important political event of my lifetime'
"14.10.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Queen now longest reigning monarch The Queen has become the world's longest reigning living monarch after the death of the king of Thailand. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died yesterday aged 88, ascended to the throne on June 9, 1946. 64 years, eight months and seven days — and counting.
"14.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Gorilla makes a break for freedom at London zoo A 29-stone gorilla escaped from his enclosure in London zoo for at least 90 minutes yesterday, forcing staff to lock visitors inside safe areas. Kumbuka, an 18-year-old male western lowland... Were armed police officers really necessary?
"14.10.2016 04:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Dementia victims to have drugs rationed Patients with dementia and cancer will have their access to life-extending new drugs rationed by the NHS. Health chiefs are to be given the power to delay or restrict treatments that cost the NHS... Cancer treatments could also be restricted, even if they are deemed good value.
"14.10.2016 02:08:59" www.thetimes.co.uk Home Office 'covered up racism of abuse judge' Whitehall officials close to Theresa May were accused last night of covering up allegations of misconduct, including racist remarks, made against the judge in charge of Britain's biggest public... Theresa May faces some major questions.
"13.10.2016 20:30:52" The life and times of Bob Dylan In becoming the first songwriter to be given the Nobel Prize for Literature, Bob Dylan's songs were described as “poetry for the ears”.
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"13.10.2016 20:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Sterling plunge shows we've been living beyond our means A couple of days ago something peculiar happened. The Debt Management Office, which administers the sale of government bonds, auctioned off £850 million worth of 20-year index-linked gilts. Nothing... Are we living beyond our means?
"13.10.2016 18:15:01" Timeline Photos The people have spoken on #Brexit...
"13.10.2016 17:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Steely Ennis-Hill has left a legacy greater than her medals It is not easy to find mentally tough multi-taskers who can do both poster girl and girl-next-door shtick. Jessica Ennis-Hill's retirement leaves a gaping hole at the heart of British athletics.
"13.10.2016 16:21:45" www.thetimes.co.uk Hard Brexit means second independence vote, Sturgeon warns Nicola Sturgeon has demanded sweeping new powers for Holyrood, including over immigration, and warned that she will call another independence referendum if Westminster does not agree. The SNP... Another referendum?!
"13.10.2016 15:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Throw away your Nigella. And ditch the Naked Chef Angela Hartnett:The Classic Italian Cookbook, 1973Written with an elegance of style, Marcella Hazan begins by setting the context for Italian cuisine, focusing on its regional nature and citing... What's your go-to cookbook?
"13.10.2016 14:23:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Cameron branded 'one of worst PMs since the war' David Cameron's Brexit legacy has seen him labelled one of the worst prime ministers in modern history in a poll of academics. The former Conservative Party leader sits behind his predecessor... Do you agree?
"13.10.2016 13:43:37" www.thetimes.co.uk Need to know: using your mobile abroad Get clever about roaming charges when you're abroad to call time on nasty post-holiday phone bills, says techie Will Dunn Get clever about roaming to call time on nasty post-holiday phone bills
"13.10.2016 11:32:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Bob Dylan should freewheel to the Nobel prize Nobody can deny that the bard of the counterculture is more poet than pop star. It's time his talent was honoured Ben Macintyre called it in 2014. Today it came true. #BobDylan #NobelPrize
"13.10.2016 08:38:00" www.thetimes.co.uk He thought he was going to earn £218,000. Instead he lured his friend Allardyce to the meeting that got him sacked Right until the moment his world fell apart, Scott McGarvey believed that he was onto the deal of a lifetime. After some barren years as a football agent, his luck had changed. For three months -... 'For Sam to lose the England job over this, it just kills me'
"13.10.2016 07:16:18" www.thetimes.co.uk British classics such as Colman's mustard, PG Tips teabags and Marmite were withdrawn from Tesco's website yesterday British classics such as Colman's mustard, Hellmann's mayonnaise, PG Tips teabags and Marmite were withdrawn from Tesco's website yesterday as the fallout from sterling's plunge in value hit... “Sorry, this product is currently not available”
"13.10.2016 02:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Air passenger accuses 'octopus' Trump of sexual assault A woman has accused Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her on an aircraft several decades ago. Jessica Leeds, 74, came forward with her story after a 2005 recording emerged of the Republican... Another woman has come forward
"12.10.2016 22:24:49" The funeral airstrike that sent Yemen onto the streets Saudi Arabia's airstrike of a funeral hall in Yemen sent thousands onto the streets in protest.
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"12.10.2016 22:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Syrian refugees become heroes after finding Isis terror suspect Three Syrian refugees who captured a terrorism suspect and tied him up on their sofa with electric cables were fêted as heroes in Germany yesterday as police said that an attack on a Berlin airport... Police said that an attack on a Berlin airport had been imminent.
"12.10.2016 21:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk They're back — and this time round they're not skin-tight You may have had a brief dalliance with a pair of leather trousers better described as leggings in 2008. (That was the year they also became a regular feature in Victoria Beckham's wardrobe.) Then... Would you dare to wear leather trousers?
"12.10.2016 20:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Putin risks it all in game of nuclear brinkmanship Why has Moscow raised the Cold War vision of a hostile West bent on destroying Russia with nuclear weapons if necessary? Is the alarmist talk based on fears that Russia's strategic interests are... Are we on the brink of nuclear war with Russia, or is it a bluff?
"12.10.2016 19:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Depression pills raise risk of anxiety and nightmares Taking antidepressants doubles the risk of mood problems such as anxiety and nightmares, an overview of research has found. Doctors have been urged to rein in the use of the medication after a... Before you stop taking your pills, read the whole article. The full picture is a complex one.
"12.10.2016 18:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump fed Kremlin propaganda to cheering fans With a flourish Donald Trump brandished a sheet of paper in front of thousands of fervent supporters and fed them misinformation straight from the Kremlin's propaganda network. He read them a... How did it come to this?
"12.10.2016 17:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Pound falls as May rules out Commons vote on Brexit talks The pound resumed its slide today as Theresa May dashed hopes of a parliamentary vote ahead of the formal start of Brexit talks. Downing Street last night moved to head off a Tory rebellion... Since the referendum on June 23, the pound has lost nearly 18 per cent of its value against the dollar — a bigger fall than that seen during the 2008 financial crash.
"12.10.2016 16:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The fascinating guide to 'the English' given to American servicemen during the war They are mad, hypocritical and cannot understand people from the opposite end of the country. They also won't talk to strangers, are only serious about cricket and stamp collecting, and can... Does any of this ring true?
"12.10.2016 15:51:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Tobacco giants fund vaping studies Britain's biggest cancer charity has condemned scientists who accepted tens of thousands of pounds from tobacco companies to carry out research into electronic cigarettes. At least a dozen... Scientific papers published in academic journals are being written by employees of tobacco-owned e-cigarette companies, The Times has learnt.
"12.10.2016 14:55:34" www.thetimes.co.uk Stop the War leader condemns Johnson's call for protest at Russia embassy A leader of the Stop the War coalition rejected calls for protests against Russia's bombardment of Aleppo saying it would contribute to "jingoism" against Vladimir Putin's regime. Chris Nineham... Stop the War coalition and the former leader of MI6 are united against Boris Johnson on this.
"12.10.2016 13:48:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Teenager first to be fined in clown craze A teenager became the first "killer clown" to be handed a criminal record for scaring strangers yesterday, as Scotland Yard warned that the craze was likely to intensify before Hallowe'en. Schools... Perhaps he'll stop clowning around now...
"12.10.2016 11:30:02" Timeline Photos Beware the #KillerClowns
"12.10.2016 10:56:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The pupil who brought down her school When she was 15 years old, in front of her entire school, Aliyah Saleem was expelled from Jamia al-Hudaa residential college for possessing a disposable camera, a crime of "narcissism". This public... "At least four girls accused of being lesbians were expelled"
"12.10.2016 09:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Study porn in school 'like Jane Austen' The study of pornographic videos should be compulsory in school and analysed in the same way as a Jane Austen novel, a BBC broadcaster has said. Jenni Murray, who hosts Woman's Hour, said that... Maths, Science and Pornography?
"12.10.2016 08:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Will Young quits Strictly after clash with Goodman The singer Will Young withdrew from BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing last night for "personal reasons". The former Pop Idol winner, 37, said he was leaving with "joy in my heart that I have been able... “Show up, keep up and shut up”
"12.10.2016 07:24:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Samsung pulls plug on exploding Galaxy smartphone Billions of pounds were wiped off the value of Samsung and analysts predicted a huge hit to future sales after the company finally killed off the phone that kept catching fire. The South Korean... Good news?
"12.10.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Mother died after hospital blood mix-up A woman who died after her twins were delivered by caesarean section should have been given a massive blood transfusion after losing three litres of blood, an inquest was told yesterday. Estelle... An emergency call button in the delivery room did not work, and a nurse had to run for help when things went wrong.
"12.10.2016 04:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk I was 'kind of ready' to throw myself off a cliff, admits minister The former Treasury minister Liam Byrne was "kind of ready" to throw himself off a cliff after it was revealed that he wrote a note warning that there was "no money left" as Labour left office. Mr... Liam Byrne said he was ready to quit public life over the famous “no money left” note.
"12.10.2016 02:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump declares war on party leadership over 'zero' support Donald Trump denounced Republican leaders for giving him "zero support" and promised to take his scorched-earth campaign style to new levels yesterday as his party careered towards the presidential... How many more allies will turn against Trump?
"11.10.2016 22:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Greek parents lock school gates against migrant children Parents padlocked the gates of a primary school and kept their children at home today in a northern Greek village in the strongest sign of opposition to a new refugee schooling programme. The... Parents are worried that their children might catch diseases from the migrants.
"11.10.2016 21:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk House speaker Paul Ryan 'will no longer defend' Trump Donald Trump's presidential campaign was in renewed crisis last night as the most powerful Republican on Capitol Hill cut ties with him and polling showed how far he has sunk since his remarks... Clinton's lead over Trump is 14 percentage points in currents polls.
"11.10.2016 20:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Farage defends 'big silverback' Trump Nigel Farage has likened Donald Trump to a "big silverback gorilla prowling the studio" during the latest presidential TV debate. Mr Farage has ridden the same wave of populism that has carried Mr... Nigel Farage insisted that Donald Trump's obscene remarks about groping women amounted to "alpha male boasting"
"11.10.2016 19:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The secrets to getting a good night's sleep Sleep - how much or how little of it we get - is a preoccupation of our generation, a luxury that most of us feel we are denied. Feeling chronically deprived of sufficient shut-eye, we would... It's a myth that we all need eight hours a night...
"11.10.2016 18:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit could see price hike on food and clothes Consumers face higher prices for meat, clothes and wine if Britain leaves the single market without securing a trade deal with the EU, retailers have warned. The British Retail Consortium (BRC)... The price of these basic goods will increase unless a trade deal is secured.
"11.10.2016 17:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Abandon 'tens of thousands' migration target, says head of Leave campaign Theresa May must drop her pledge to reduce net migration to the tens of thousands and hand high-skilled workers the right to come to Britain, the director of the Leave campaign has said. Dominic... Is it time to give up on the 'tens of thousands' target?
"11.10.2016 16:21:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Expect more 'killer clown' pranks in run up to Halloween Crimes and antisocial behaviour by "killer clown" pranksters are likely to intensify in the run up to Hallowe'en, Scotland Yard has warned. Schools have been locked down, several arrests have been... One video included a clown wielding a chainsaw.
"11.10.2016 15:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Patients hate discussing symptoms with the receptionist Receptionists' questions about symptoms could be putting people off seeing their doctors, a study has found. Four in ten patients said that they disliked discussing their problems before getting an... Women might be avoiding seeing their doctor over this.
"11.10.2016 14:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 1,370 elderly go missing in China everyday In a country where the population is ageing fast and where pensioners increasingly live alone, about 500,000 elderly Chinese people go missing every year — 1,370 a day. More than half are later... The pressures of modern lifestyles and the migration of 250 million villagers to cities have left elderly parents vulnerable.
"11.10.2016 13:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk This motorhome costs almost twice the average price of a house A motorhome company has unveiled a palace on wheels that costs almost twice as much as the average English house. The Morelo Empire Liner has underfloor heating, a rainwater shower, double bedroom... It is wheely nice, though (sorry).
"11.10.2016 12:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Getting angry can trigger a heart attack Golf was President Eisenhower's indulgence but, one afternoon in 1955, a crisis in the Middle East meant that he was unable to finish a hole without interruption — and was furious. By the time his... Keep calm and make a cup of tea instead.
"11.10.2016 12:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Could a trip to Mars push astronauts over the edge? Outside the Earth's protective magnetic field there is nothing to shield astronauts from space radiation. In reality, Matt Damon probably wouldn't have had the wits to grow all those potatoes.
"11.10.2016 11:33:01" Timeline Photos Sorry to put you off your lunch
"11.10.2016 10:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Wealthy girls are more likely to become obese than wealthy boys Girls from privileged backgrounds are more likely to be obese than boys who have had similarly wealthy upbringings, according to national data on childhood obesity. Figures from the Obesity Health... The biggest difference in weight, however, was between the poorest and wealthiest boys aged 5 to 11 living in England.
"11.10.2016 10:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Police are using snooping devices on phones At least seven police forces have secretly purchased technology that acts like a mini mobile phone tower and allows them to collect data from passers-by This is disconcerting...
"11.10.2016 09:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Chatbots will let you talk to your dead relatives Anyone grieving for a loved one will soon be able to talk to them using artificial intelligence technology. But would it make the grieving process easier in the longterm?
"11.10.2016 09:28:00" Donald Trump puts Bill Clinton's 'sex victims' centre stage Donald Trump is using these four women to turn the tables on Hillary Clinton. But who are they?
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"11.10.2016 09:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Pregnant women must show their passports to receive treatment Pregnant women would have to show their passports before getting NHS maternity care under proposals from a leading hospital that fears it is an “easy target” for health tourists. The checks could... The plan is the latest stage of efforts to combat health tourism, which the government claims costs the NHS £500 million a year.
"11.10.2016 08:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk There's going to be an award that celebrates GOOD writing about sex An award celebrating good writing about sex is to be introduced to try to stop us tittering about it in literature. It is time to take away the seediness and reduce the fear writers have of being... We're sure plenty of writers will rise to the challenge.
"11.10.2016 08:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Every seven seconds a girl aged under 15 is married When Sahar was 13, soon after her family arrived in Lebanon after fleeing the conflict in Syria, she was married off to a 20-year-old man as her parents tried to cut costs. It was not the wedding... When Sahar was 13, soon after her family arrived in Lebanon after fleeing the conflict in Syria, she was married off to a 20-year-old man as her parents tried to cut costs. It was not the wedding she had dreamt of.
"11.10.2016 07:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Don't give cash to the NHS — give it to the councils ...one of the health service's leaders has said. Should we really stop “fetishising” the NHS budget?
"11.10.2016 06:44:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A hard Brexit could cost us all £66bn a year Leaked Treasury papers reveal lost revenue Breaking up is hard to do
"11.10.2016 06:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk British driver kills migrant in Calais An Eritrean man was killed and a woman was injured when they were hit by car driven by a British man on a motorway in Calais. The driver stopped to help but drove off when he was attacked by 100... How can we solve the migrant crisis?
"11.10.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Give cash to social services and not the NHS, says health chief Britain must stop "fetishising" the NHS budget and give more taxpayers' money to councils, one of the health service's leaders has said. The political mantra of protecting the NHS is damaging the... NHS managers "can't do their job properly if social care is falling over”
"11.10.2016 04:18:28" www.thetimes.co.uk Widow calls for action to stop psychotic killers The widow of a university lecturer has demanded concerted action over murders by mentally ill people and a public inquiry into how a psychotic man was free to kill her husband. Femi Nandap, 23, was... What a sad story.
"11.10.2016 02:02:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Hard Brexit could cost £66bn a year Cabinet ministers are being warned that the Treasury could lose up to £66 billion a year in tax revenues under a "hard Brexit", according to leaked government papers. GDP could fall by as much as... Worth it?
"10.10.2016 22:33:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Peer: big house doesn't make me a hypocrite Baroness Chakrabarti bought her grade II listed six-bedroom house for £1.4 million in 2010 When one of Jeremy Corbyn's front-benchers was challenged about sending her child to a private school, she began talking about “her nice big house”.
"10.10.2016 21:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Ben Stiller: 'The prostate cancer screening test that saved my life' “So, yeah, it's cancer.” My urologist segued from talking about how inconvenient it was picking his daughter up at school that morning to dropping a cancer diagnosis on me without missing a beat. Ben Stiller offers his personal advice on beating the disease that nearly killed him
"10.10.2016 20:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Court ruling means Indian women must live with in-laws India's Supreme Court has granted a divorce to a man whose wife refused to live with his family in a landmark ruling that effectively dictates that a woman must live with her in-laws. Dismissing... India's Supreme Court has granted a divorce to a man whose wife refused to live with his family in a landmark ruling that effectively dictates that a woman must live with her in-laws.
"10.10.2016 19:51:33" The one woman campaign against noise pollution Are the noise levels in your life causing heart problems and poor performance at work?
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"10.10.2016 19:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Terror suspect caught and tied up by Syrians in Germany The German police said this morning that they had arrested a Syrian terrorist suspect thanks to two other Syrians who took him in then tied him up when they realised that he was a wanted man. Jaber... The German police arrested a Syrian terrorist suspect thanks to two other Syrians who took him in then tied him up when they realised that he was a wanted man.
"10.10.2016 18:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Villages are full of anger and hatred, says author The depiction of English villages on television as being riven by jealousy & murder is not as fantastical as it sounds, the screenwriter of Midsomer Murders has said. It's not the cities you need to watch out for...
"10.10.2016 17:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Labour still has 60 empty seats on its front bench despite reshuffle Jeremy Corbyn still has more than 60 places to fill on his frontbench team. Just 60 more to go...
"10.10.2016 16:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk 9 in 10 women 'feel they have a better deal than men' A poll found that modern women are happier with their choice of husband than their grandmothers. An overwhelming majority of women feel it is better being a woman than a man these days.
"10.10.2016 15:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Alone in the water at sea for 28 hours: one man's incredible story of survival When he fell overboard during a storm in the Indian Ocean, the businessman Brett Archibald thought it was all over. Incredible!
"10.10.2016 14:03:01" Timeline Photos *Spits coffee out*
"10.10.2016 13:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Schools find bringing back houses is a wizard idea The old-fashioned house system beloved of ancient public schools is being revived decades after it was abandoned at many institutions. But will they use a Sorting Hat?
"10.10.2016 13:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Misogyny and the man who would be president A long history of chasing women — and maligning them — has come back to haunt Donald Trump “I don't care if she's sweet, is she hot?”
"10.10.2016 12:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Generation X bluer than the baby boomers By the time they hit middle age, generation X are more likely to have poor mental health The baby boomers grew up with free love, flower power and the Beatles. Generation X grew up with the three-day week, Thatcherism and punk rock.
"10.10.2016 12:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk New mothers should hire a nanny and get back to work The Institute of Directors has distanced itself from a warning by its first female chairman that mothers risk losing their jobs if they take long maternity breaks. Lady Judge said that American... Do you agree?
"10.10.2016 11:38:58" Times Sport Who is England's Greatest Footballer? Join our journalists in the studio and let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Who do you think is #EnglandsGreatest footballer? Join Tony and Alyson, leave your comments below and cast your vote at www.thetimes.co.uk/englandsgreatest
"10.10.2016 11:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Doll's houses are giving Generation Rent a tiny taste of home They were in danger of falling out of fashion — a little bit frilly and fussy for the social media generation. Not any more. The doll's house has gone Bauhaus, as a new generation of hobbyists is... If you can't afford a real house, here's the alternative
"10.10.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk A local's guide to the secret side of Madrid | Insider City Guides Media producer and Madrileño Agustín Alonso reveals his favourite hang-outs and under-the-radar spots in Madrid that tourists miss Including: an arts centre that used to be a slaughterhouse and the greatest Mojito in the city
"10.10.2016 10:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Misogynist Trump spells danger for America Good morning America! You now know what your Republican presidential candidate thinks about you and where his confidence stems from. “When you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.”... His comments cannot be dismissed as bravado. They show utter contempt for women and, by extension, all US voters.
"10.10.2016 09:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Student leader wants to ban God Save the Queen Mahamed Abdullahi thinks that performing God Save the Queen is inappropriate given the rise of “far-right nationalism”. Is God Save the Queen outdated and “just a bit s***”?
"10.10.2016 08:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Happiness is the best medicine, grumpy doctors and nurses told Doctors, nurses and other NHS staff need to be more positive at work, the new whistleblowing chief for the health service has said. You're never fully cured without a smile
"10.10.2016 07:25:49" www.thetimes.co.uk An unrepentant Trump comes out swinging It was a dark, tense debate that was punctuated by insults and took place against an extraordinary backdrop of sleaze and scandal. America, what is going on?!
"10.10.2016 06:32:36" www.thetimes.co.uk Online bullies and trolls could face criminal charges Encouraging online harassment or baiting women by describing them as sexually promiscuous could lead to criminal convictions. The following may now lead to prosecution:
"09.10.2016 21:28:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Former glamour model arrested over Facebook links to jihadists A former glamour model exposed by The Sunday Times for communicating with an Isis recruiter in Syria has been arrested by anti-terrorist police. Kimberley Miners, who once appeared topless in The... She was repeatedly warned her about her contact with extremists online
"09.10.2016 21:17:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Universities warning students about “disturbing” subjects like racism and abortion to avoid offence Universities are giving students advance notice of any potentially "upsetting" material in courses as varied as Christianity, popular culture, history, forensic science, photography, politics and law. “Justified or not, we are imposing on higher learning a climate of intellectual caution.”
"09.10.2016 20:23:02" www.thetimes.co.uk How Millie Bobby Brown became fashion's new favourite Yet to binge on the sci-fi series Stranger Things? You must have been living under a rock. The most popular original Netflix series ever — bigger than Orange Is the New Black and, yes, even House... In just three months, the Stranger Things star has acquired 1.3m Instagram followers and become TV's hottest property
"09.10.2016 16:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The Interview: Bryan Cranston Five minutes after I'm due to meet Bryan Cranston for lunch, I receive a missed call from him and a voice message, reassuring me that he's on his way. Most of my friends wouldn't bother to do this... A look at the remarkable life of the man behind Breaking Bad's Walter White.
"09.10.2016 15:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Swedes abandon tolerance as 'sacred' welfare buckles under migrant burden Perching on a lake shore 120 miles west of Stockholm, the village of Frovi has always enjoyed a reputation as a friendly, welcoming place. Yet on a visit to the supermarket recently, Lena... Attitudes to migrants in Sweden are changing.
"09.10.2016 14:51:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Ex-model defies Islamists to run for Somali presidency Braving death threats from warlords and Islamists, Fadumo Dayib, a former model who fled Somalia as a child, will return to her war-wracked homeland tomorrow to launch a campaign to become its... She has three degrees, has worked as a model, and is now trying to fix war-torn Somalia. Read her remarkable story.
"09.10.2016 12:37:35" www.thetimes.co.uk The 93-year-old author who wrote everyone's favourite childhood book Most people don't live to celebrate their 92nd birthday. Even fewer at this age become the oldest author with a No 1 bestseller, trumping Harper Lee, who was a mere stripling of 89 when Go Set a... The author of The Tiger Who Came To Tea has had an amazing life and doesn't intend to stop any time soon
"09.10.2016 11:23:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Conservative MP reveals Brexit/breakfast slip was due to severe dyslexia When Andrew RT Davies confused the first meal of the day with one of the most significant events in recent British political history, most commentators assumed it was an unfortunate Freudian slip. In talking about his lifelong condition, Andrew RT Davies hopes he will help others who suffer from the same problem
"09.10.2016 10:15:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Why the terrorists that killed my wife will not have my hate November 13, 10.37pmMelvil fell asleep without a murmur, as he usually does when his mama isn't there. He knows that with Papa, the lullabies are not as soft and the hugs not as warm, so he doesn't... Almost a year ago, on Friday, November 13, terrorists burst into the Bataclan concert hall in Paris and shot 90 people dead. Among them was 35-year-old Hélène Muyal-Leiris, a wife and mother. Here her husband, Antoine Leiris, describes his life since and
"09.10.2016 08:38:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The Airbnb users flouting the law by letting their flat out for longer than allowed Hundreds of British home- owners could be breaking planning rules by converting residential properties into virtual hotels to cash in on the Airbnb boom, an investigation by The Sunday Times has... Are you one of the Airbnb users potentially breaking the law?
"08.10.2016 22:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Divorce dogs: the pooches caught in the middle The acrimonious split: 'My ex had to pay doggy support' Trina Cooper, 50, and Maggie the beagleMy husband and I had two cats from our previous relationships, and we always wanted a dog. We were... Who gets custody of the dog when a couple split up? A pet can make a break-up even more complicated, as these owners found out
"08.10.2016 21:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hundreds of children forced to resit their 11-plus exams Hundreds of schoolchildren in Devon were today resitting their 11-plus examinations after one of the papers was leaked. Plymouth City Council referred the matter to the police last month after... This will be extremely bad news for lots of families.
"08.10.2016 20:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Russians plot to reopen Cuba and Vietnam bases Russia threw down a new challenge to the West yesterday, saying that it might reopen its Cold War-era military bases in Cuba and Vietnam. Nikolai Pankov, the deputy defence minister, told the... There have been increasingly angry exchanges between the two Cold War rivals over the battle for Aleppo.
"08.10.2016 19:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Thirtysomething Londoners flock north to affordable Birmingham It has long laid claim to being Britain's second city. However, Birmingham can now add another accolade, as the most popular destination for Londoners looking for an escape route. As landlords... Birmingham has the highest quality of life of any English city outside London.
"08.10.2016 18:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Russia moves nuclear-capable missiles into Kaliningrad Russia has moved nuclear-capable missiles into Kaliningrad, a small territory between Poland and Lithuania, amid growing tensions with the West over conflicts in Syria and Crimea. The move comes... With a range of up to 440 miles, the powerful Iskander missiles have the potential to reach the German capital, Berlin.
"08.10.2016 17:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Dogs are great way to fight depression, says Monty Don Winston Churchill described the lifelong melancholy that followed him as his "black dog". But Monty Don says that his own dogs help him in dealing with the depression that has plagued his life. The... “A dog is an incredibly good way of getting you through the bleak patches”
"08.10.2016 17:02:03" Sunday Times Food Weekend bake: Rick Stein's scrumptious and easy apple cake Weekend bake: Rick Stein's scrumptious and easy apple cake
"08.10.2016 16:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 'She wants me to spice up our sex life' Q Since my wife had an affair, we have found sex difficult. When I found out about her fling, she explained that it was because our sex life had become boring and neither of us was making any effort. "Since my wife had an affair, we have found sex difficult..."
"08.10.2016 15:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Why anger is good for you - and so is sadness The ubiquitious perception that being happy is all about thinking positively creates a burden of expectation on people. It can mean that negative emotions such as anger, sadness, envy and guilt are... Are we medicalising normal emotions?
"08.10.2016 14:03:01" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon
"08.10.2016 13:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The sad lads They're young, macho men who play sport, go to the pub, banter with their mates & never talk about their feelings of depression and despair. Until now. We need to talk about men and mental health.
"08.10.2016 13:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk The young have had enough of white culture What is Britain coming to when the race police cancel a production of Aida? Except the decision by Bristol students not to stage the Elton John/Tim Rice take on Verdi's opera was far more nuanced... Cancelling a blackface student show of Aida is the right decision when our best black talent has to find work in the US.
"08.10.2016 12:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Rise of the super-agers Do you look young for your age or do you feel old before your time? 60 is the new 20
"08.10.2016 12:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk 15 migrants were rescued from the back of a freezer lorry Fifteen suspected illegal immigrants were rescued from a freezer lorry at a Surrey service station yesterday after spending hours trapped inside. Two men and one woman suffering from minor ailments... Fifteen suspected illegal immigrants were rescued from a freezer lorry at a Surrey service station yesterday after spending hours trapped inside.
"08.10.2016 11:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk A great British PR disaster? No, we have saved Bake Off for the nation Jay Hunt defends her purchase of the BBC hit and warns against privatising Channel 4 But is Delia Smith replacing Mary Berry?
"08.10.2016 11:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Gay-friendly traffic signals get green light They are green, they are gay and Lord Nelson would not have known what to make of them. London's first sexually diverse traffic lights, installed earlier this year in the shadow of Nelson's column on Trafalgar Square, look like they are here to stay.
"08.10.2016 10:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Clown craze gives its victims the creeps They lurk in the woods, they watch through the darkness from roadside verges and creep up on unsuspecting victims. Nightmares ahoy...
"08.10.2016 09:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk One of the Queen's two corgis has died She decided to call a vet to put Holly to sleep because the dog had been suffering from illness and the effects of old age. RIP Holly
"08.10.2016 08:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Gove takes blame for fallout with Johnson and Cameron Gove says he takes the blame for the rupture with his former friends David Cameron & Boris Johnson and his own calamitous political fall. Michael Gove is trying to make up with Boris Johnson.
"08.10.2016 07:25:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Rooney faces £3.5m bill through 'tax avoidance' England captain challenged by Revenue and Customs over suspect film scheme Wayne Rooney is facing a £3.5 million charge after tax authorities challenged a suspected avoidance scheme in which he was the largest investor.
"08.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Sterling now worth less than a euro at airports Holidaymakers were being offered as little as €0.97 to the pound yesterday as bureaux de change sought to profit from a slump in the value of sterling. The pound has fallen 15 per cent since the EU... Better get saving!
"08.10.2016 04:16:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Rooney faces £3.5m bill through 'tax avoidance' Wayne Rooney is facing a £3.5 million charge after tax authorities challenged a suspected avoidance scheme in which he was the largest investor. The football star, who will captain England in... Yet another controversy in English football
"08.10.2016 02:53:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump's lewd boasts about groping women caught on film Donald Trump was mired in a fresh sexism scandal last night after a video emerged of him describing in lewd terms how he had groped and tried to sleep with a married woman. In explosive footage... The comments are, as one senior Republican said, sickening.
"07.10.2016 21:48:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Rooney faces £3.5m bill through 'tax avoidance' Wayne Rooney is facing a £3.5 million charge after tax authorities challenged a suspected avoidance scheme in which he was the largest investor. The football star, who will captain England in... It is the fifth occasion in four years that the tax authorities have challenged investments made by the Manchester United star
"07.10.2016 21:22:05" www.thetimes.co.uk So, Mr Gove, where did it all go wrong? I arrive to interview Michael Gove at his home in northwest London on time, but the door is opened instead by his wife Six months ago he was a leading light of the Vote Leave campaign. Now Michael Gove is just a humble backbencher
Read his first interview since the Brexit vote
"07.10.2016 18:59:10" www.thetimes.co.uk Thirtysomething Londoners flock north to affordable Birmingham It has long laid claim to being Britain's second city. However, Birmingham can now add another accolade, as the most popular destination for Londoners looking for an escape route. As landlords... Let's head to Birmingham!
"07.10.2016 17:14:52" Times Red Box Another week, another Theresa May Brexit warning.
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"07.10.2016 17:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Stones record first album since 2005 They have been gone a long, long while, from the studio at least, but fans of one of the world's biggest rock bands have finally been given what they want. The Rolling Stones have confirmed the... Miss you.
"07.10.2016 16:14:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Clinton threatens legal action as hurricane halts voter registration A political tempest is brewing in Florida after the state's Republican governor refused a request from Hillary Clinton's campaign chief to extend the voter registration period in the wake of... A political tempest is brewing...
"07.10.2016 15:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk China's children face ban on video games Children in China could be banned from playing games online between the hours of midnight and 8am, under plans that aim to tackle mass internet addiction among the country's youth. The regulations... Are you in need of an 'internet addiction treatment centre'?
"07.10.2016 14:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Young lovers turn up their noses at 'posh' word fiancé Engaged couples are dropping the French label fiancé for fear of sounding too posh or even pompous. People aged 25-34, who make up almost half of the 270,000 couples who marry in the UK each year... Do you prefer the word 'partner' to 'fiancé'?
"07.10.2016 14:27:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Airline's child-free zone offers relief to weary passengers Screaming babies could soon be a thing of the past for stressed-out holiday-makers after one of the world's biggest budget airlines introduced a child-free zone on flights. Passengers will be able... Sweet relief.
"07.10.2016 14:03:41" Sunday Times Food What to eat tonight: Rick Stein's easy Sicilian pasta with almond, basil and pecorino Hungry?
"07.10.2016 13:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Gang made £100,000 selling dying puppies Customers paid as much as £750 for a puppy, believing that the animals were home-bred This is so sad.
"07.10.2016 13:03:01" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon
"07.10.2016 12:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Girl, 7, went to school as her addict parents lay dead A bus driver alerted police after a young girl he was taking home from school told him that she had been unable to wake her parents. Officers found them dead from a drugs overdose in a case that... A bus driver alerted police after a young girl he was taking home from school told him that she had been unable to wake her parents.
"07.10.2016 11:33:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Nearly half of Britons want to abandon paying with cash Cards have overtaken cash as Britain's preferred payment method Do you want to abandon cash?
"07.10.2016 10:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Hurricane flattens 99% of homes in Haitian town Matthew's outer bands were battering Florida's eastern coast this morning after a 140mph rampage through the Bahamas. Hurricane Matthew's strike on Haiti has left 350,000 people in dire need of “immediate assistance”.
"07.10.2016 09:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hopes grow of curing baldness with 3D printer The moment of triumph will not be when the first hair follicle is printed - each of its cells carefully fired into place, layer upon layer, using a laser. It will be when that follicle, kept alive... Well this sounds better than a toupee.
"07.10.2016 08:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Obese patients and smokers will be denied surgery Obese people and smokers will be denied routine operations after another local health group defied a public outcry to impose blanket rationing. The Royal College of Surgeons attacked the plans as... Will this decision give people the incentive to make changes to their lifestyle? Or is it cruel?
"07.10.2016 07:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Drive-by phone thieves strike at record rate Criminals on mopeds and bicycles are snatching smartphones from pedestrians' hands at a rate of one an hour in London Scary.
"07.10.2016 06:24:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Gambling adverts face ban from daytime TV Gambling companies face a ban on TV advertising during the day under a crackdown on the betting industry. Growing numbers of children see gambling as normal because of adverts.
"07.10.2016 06:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hurricane flattens 99% of homes in Haitian town Hurricane Matthew's strike on Haiti has left 350,000 people in dire need of "immediate assistance", obliterated entire towns and killed at least 261 people. The authorities have warned that the... And it's bearing down on Florida
"07.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Dramatic blow to Ukip's reputation The frontrunner to lead Ukip could be suspended from the party after an altercation with a fellow MEP left him in hospital. Steven Woolfe, a North West MEP, collapsed at the European parliament... What does the future hold for Ukip?
"07.10.2016 02:01:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Gambling adverts face ban from daytime TV Gambling companies face a ban on TV advertising during the day under a crackdown on the betting industry. Growing numbers of children see gambling as normal because of adverts, especially during... Unlucky.
"06.10.2016 23:05:35" The magnificence of being old Would you want to live beyond 125?
Scientists now say it's not possible.
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"06.10.2016 22:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Coffee cups take 30 years to decay, campaigners warn Your morning coffee cup from Starbucks or Pret A Manger could be sitting on landfill up to 30 years from now Should there be a 5p charge on coffee cups?
"06.10.2016 21:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Alzheimer's proteins may help scientists to fight cancer Cancers could be shut down with drugs that put them in a condition similar to Alzheimer's disease, according to a study. Cancer cells could be “sent to sleep” by mimicking the effect of Alzheimer's
"06.10.2016 20:34:35" The deadly journey across the Mediterranean Thousands of migrants are trying to cross the Mediterranean before winter storms set in, with disastrous consequences.
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"06.10.2016 20:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Suicide rate triples for mental health patients treated at home The University of Manchester report indicates there are roughly 200 suicides every year among those receiving CRHT A third of those who took their own life were discharged from hospital a mere fortnight beforehand.
"06.10.2016 19:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Who said it: May or Miliband? Theresa May has been accused of launching a land grab of Labour support, using the sort of language usually used by the Tories' opponents. Can you tell the difference? Leave your scores in the comments section.
"06.10.2016 18:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Muslims working at Paris airports 'tampered with jets' The police security intelligence service is worried by tampering with airliners by ground staff Muslim radicals working at Paris airports attempted to sabotage Air France airliners, according to a French media report today that was denied by the national flag carrier.
"06.10.2016 18:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Kidnapped, starved and raped: migrants' hell in Libya Warning: This article contains upsetting content "If you get pregnant when they rape you the men beat you until you miscarry"
"06.10.2016 17:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk More strike misery on Southern Rail after talks collapse again A three-day strike on one of Britain's busiest rail networks will start next week Oh no.
"06.10.2016 16:55:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Suicide bomb kills dozens of Syrians in Turkish border camp Mobile phone footage from the scene showed scores of dead and bloodied bodies, many of them wearing army fatigues. At least 40 people have been killed.
"06.10.2016 16:34:04" Sunday Times Food Fry up these tasty and quick monkfish fritters by Rick Stein, just add mayo Cancel all your plans tonight and eat these delicious monkfish fritters instead
"06.10.2016 16:11:35" www.thetimes.co.uk Ukip leadership candidate in hospital after 'fight with MEP' The Ukip leadership candidate Steven Woolfe collapsed today following an alleged fight with another of the party's MEPs Steven Woolfe: "At the moment I am feeling brighter, happier, and smiling as ever"
"06.10.2016 15:03:30" www.thetimes.co.uk Kylie won't tie the knot until Australia says 'I do' to gay marriage The singer Kylie Minogue and her British fiancé have postponed their wedding until Australia legalises same-sex marriages. When will Australia stop "spinning around" on this issue?
"06.10.2016 13:34:02" Timeline Photos Are we in a nanny state with May Poppins at the helm?
"06.10.2016 12:30:33" www.thetimes.co.uk British politics is now driven by blind faith It was when the Conservative fringe meeting roared and clapped as Theresa May stepped behind the lectern on Sunday evening that I realised British politics had shifted into a different mode. The... Is it?
"06.10.2016 11:16:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey taken to hospital under police guard Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse who was infected with the ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone two years ago, has been taken to hospital in Glasgow under police escort. Ms Cafferkey was taken by... The west African ebola epidemic killed more than 11,325 people.
"06.10.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Social media bullies killed my son' A mother has written an open letter describing how her teenage son was driven to suicide after a "cruel and overwhelming" social media campaign by bullies he had never met. Lucy Alexander, 51... Tragic.
"06.10.2016 10:14:38" thetimes.co.uk England's greatest footballer: vote for your ultimate player Who is England's greatest?
"06.10.2016 09:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Humans will never live longer than they do now, says scientist In 1888 Vincent van Gogh visited Arles in southeast France and bought some coloured pencils from a distinctly unimpressed 13-year-old girl. A century later that girl, Jeanne Calment, was still... We've peaked.
"06.10.2016 08:43:27" www.thetimes.co.uk Tories will regret blowing the immigration dog whistle I woke on Tuesday to the song of the cod. The radio was playing the sound a male cod makes to get females to release their eggs. The scientist wasn't sure but he thought that the timbre of the... Do you agree?
"06.10.2016 07:15:57" www.thetimes.co.uk Straight up... more young people say they are bisexual than gay Virginia Woolf famously fell in love with a woman while happily married to a man. Now bisexuality has moved beyond the circles of writers and artists and into the mainstream of British life. The... Among 16 to 24 year olds, 1.8 per cent said they were bisexual, compared with 1.5 per cent who said they were gay or lesbian.
"06.10.2016 05:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Most town hall neglect claims are made against care workers Councils investigated almost 24,000 allegations of neglect by the carers supposed to look after society's most vulnerable adults, figures for the past year have shown. The report by NHS Digital... Some of these cases are shocking.
"06.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Resurgent al-Qaeda plots deadly attacks against UK A resurgent al-Qaeda is plotting attacks against Britain with renewed vigour as Islamic State comes under pressure, sources said last night. Sir Michael Fallon, the defence secretary, also told The... Worrying times.
"06.10.2016 04:12:40" www.thetimes.co.uk May takes centre stage in appeal to Labour voters Theresa May has called time on cheap money, rogue bosses and rigged markets in an appeal to working-class families who she said had borne the brunt of the financial crash. The Brexit vote was a... What did you make of the prime minister's speech?
"06.10.2016 02:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Teenage girls more likely to get drunk than boys Teenage girls are emerging as Britain's problem drinkers and are more likely than boys to get drunk than anywhere else in the West. In almost every rich country, 15-year-old boys get inebriated... Surprised?
"05.10.2016 22:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Do fish have regional accents? Do cod landed at Whitby refer to their final resting place, like the locals, as a "chip 'ole"? Do their compatriots in Ramsgate use a different phrase? Just possibly. Scientists are investigating...
"05.10.2016 21:11:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Hardline schools exclude one in six pupils Almost one in six children in parts of England have been excluded from school as head teachers take a tougher approach to enforcing discipline. The highest figure was in Barnsley, where 15.8 per... Is this good for our children?
"05.10.2016 20:31:37" www.thetimes.co.uk Germany signs pact with France to share forces German aircrew are to be stationed in France for the first time since the Second World War under a military co-operation agreement reached after the Brexit vote. The two European Union allies will... German aircrew are to be stationed in France for the first time since the Second World War under a military co-operation agreement reached after the Brexit vote.
"05.10.2016 20:26:52" www.thetimes.co.uk Isis preparing for apocalyptic battle with Syrian rebels Islamic State has been looking forward to the battle for Dabiq since its earliest days. "The spark has been lit here in Iraq and its heat will continue to intensify - by Allah's permission - until... Dabiq is mentioned in the hadith as the site of the final battle, and therefore holds symbolic value for Isis.
"05.10.2016 20:26:38" Japan's number one manhole cover fan In Japan, thousands of brightly coloured manhole covers are finally getting the appreciation they deserve
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"05.10.2016 20:18:32" www.thetimes.co.uk India arrests pigeon on suspicion of spying for Pakistan Indian security forces have arrested a Pakistani "spy pigeon" thought to have crossed the heavily militarised border between the rival states bearing a threatening note for Narendra Modi, the prime... The pigeon, carrying a threatening note for the Indian prime minister, was caught near the Pakistan border.
"05.10.2016 20:11:45" www.thetimes.co.uk Clinton pounces on Trump stumble to boost poll lead Hillary Clinton has seized the lead in a swathe of battleground states as the race for the White House heads into its final month. Polls show that the Democrat has rebounded in key states such as... Since the debate, Mr Trump has led in only one swing state: Ohio.
"05.10.2016 20:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Watch UK's first Jet Pack flight lift off Jet packs could be on sale to the public within three years after a pilot took to the skies over London for the first time. David Mayman, an Australian former commercial pilot and mastermind behind... They could be on sale in three years.
"05.10.2016 19:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The shocking human cost of the migrant crisis The eight-year-old boy screamed as the skin on his back peeled off with the fuel-sodden shirt he had been wearing on board the flimsy dinghy. The petrol, mixed with seawater, had burnt his flesh... 'They were hauled up screaming as the boat fuel burnt their flesh'
"05.10.2016 18:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Rudd softens line on foreign workers amid business fury Amber Rudd, the home secretary, indicated this morning that the government was already backing away from a plan to force companies to reveal how many foreign workers they employ. Business figures... Quickest U-turn ever?
"05.10.2016 17:11:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Fake Sheikh journalist guilty of tampering with Tulisa evidence The undercover journalist dubbed the Fake Sheikh is facing jail and financial ruin after being convicted of tampering with evidence in the collapsed drugs trial of the singer and former X Factor... The journalist Mazher Mahmood was found guilty today of conspiring to alter a police witness statement.
"05.10.2016 16:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Farage is back - but only until new UKIP leader is elected Nigel Farage this morning returned to lead Ukip for a fourth time, but insisted he was accepting the mantle only temporarily until a new leader was elected in a party contest. The former Ukip... Look who's back
"05.10.2016 15:45:45" The women against Poland's already restrictive abortion laws Across Europe, woman are protesting for their right to have an abortion if their life is in danger.
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"05.10.2016 14:03:01" Timeline Photos Today's cartoon
"05.10.2016 13:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Clowns terrify Newcastle children in copycat prank Schoolchildren across Newcastle have been targeted by pranksters dressing up as clowns and jumping out from behind bushes. Terrifying.
"05.10.2016 12:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Kardashian 'spent millions on jewels but saved on security' Kim Kardashian was criticised for having flaunted her jewellery on social media Pascal Duvier, her bodyguard, warned the thieves that “we will find you. That I promise you . . . you messed with the wrong one.”
"05.10.2016 11:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Don't call him Taff . . . but Jock is less offensive The watchdog ranked offensive terms on a scale from mild to strong, based on a survey of people from around the UK. Describing a Scot as a Jock is not offensive, but calling a Welsh person a Taff may land you in hot water.
"05.10.2016 10:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Cyclist without helmet had fatal crash after taking selfie She fractured her skull in the accident on August 18 and died six days later in St Mary's Hospital in Paddington Moments after she took this photograph, Carmen Greenway hit a bumpy patch of road and fell off her bike. She died of her injuries.
"05.10.2016 10:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Yahoo accused of mass email snoop Yahoo allegedly used a custom-built software program to scan email accounts without informing their owners Do you have a Yahoo email account?
"05.10.2016 10:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Acts of kindness make us feel (slightly) better Acts of kindness do make us feel better, but the benefit is probably so small and fleeting that you barely notice it. In that case, forget our offer of a cuppa
"05.10.2016 09:55:58" Times Sport It is a debate that has been raged countless times over: who is England's greatest ever footballer? With your help, we think we can build the perfect player from the attributes of the very best who have represented their country. Vote now! Football fans, our new six-part series begins today with George Caulkin, northern sports correspondent, pushing the case for Alan Shearer's right foot.
"05.10.2016 09:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Corbyn ally sacked over antisemitism comments Jackie Walker faced calls to resign after she was recorded saying she had not yet heard a definition of antisemitism that she could “work with” Momentum has sacked the left-wing activist Jackie Walker from her post as vice-chairwoman.
"05.10.2016 09:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Jamie is panned for messing with paella Diplomatic incidents between Britain and Spain usually revolve around the sovereignty of Gibraltar, not paella... Is chorizo in paella acceptable?
"05.10.2016 08:33:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Met will not release review of VIP paedophiles inquiry The Metropolitan Police has rejected calls for the full release of an independent review into its investigation of a VIP paedophile ring. Public figures caught up in the inquiry believe that transparency is key to the Met learning lessons and that anything less would be a cover-up.
"05.10.2016 08:03:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Desperate battle for life on the Mediterranean Bel Trew writes of his experience aboard the rescue ship Dignity 1 "Plucked from a sinking dinghy and convulsing on a rescue ship's hospital stretcher, a heavily pregnant young woman spluttered blood from her scorched lungs."
"05.10.2016 07:33:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Ukip leader Diane James quits after three weeks in the job Ukip was thrown into turmoil last night after Diane James resigned as leader 18 days into the job Well that didn't last long...
"05.10.2016 07:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Cancer care is not good enough in eight out of ten regions The health secretary Jeremy Hunt admitted that the new figures did not “make for comfortable reading” Patients in Leicester, Newham and Redbridge receive the worst NHS cancer care in the country, according to new treatment league tables.
"05.10.2016 06:36:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Firms must list foreign workers The proposals, revealed by the home secretary yesterday, are intended to pressure companies to take on more local workers • Plan to shame companies that turn down British staff
• Sterling hits 31-year low as markets fear 'hard Brexit'
"05.10.2016 06:00:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Author Adrian Greenwood was 'killed for rare children's book' A historian was murdered over a rare copy of The Wind in the Willows by an unemployed man who had compiled a list of celebrity kidnapping targets, a jury was told. Michael Danaher, 50, kept a... His alleged killer was said to have bludgeoned him to death and put the book up for sale online
"05.10.2016 05:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Desperate battle for life on the Mediterranean Plucked from a sinking dinghy and convulsing on a rescue ship's hospital stretcher, a heavily pregnant young woman spluttered blood from her scorched lungs. Wide-eyed with panic, Joy, 23, coughed... A must-read report from a stricken migrant ship
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"05.10.2016 04:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Firms must list foreign workers Companies will be forced to reveal how many foreign workers they employ under government plans to shame bosses who fail to take on British staff. The proposals, revealed by the home secretary... Should we shame companies who don't employ enough Britons?
"05.10.2016 02:03:29" www.thetimes.co.uk Ukip leader Diane James quits after three weeks in the job Ukip was thrown into turmoil last night after Diane James resigned as leader 18 days into the job, saying that she did not have enough authority to reform the party. The South East MEP's office... You'll never guess who she dined with last night...
"04.10.2016 22:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Racists using code to thwart online censors Words such as Google, Skype and Yahoo have become part of our daily lexicon in the internet age, but these terms are also being used for a far more sinister purpose as part of a racist code. In an... Some of these common phrases might have a sinister undertone.
"04.10.2016 21:05:38" Think twice about buying expensive wine There's a good chance that the wine you're drinking is fake.
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"04.10.2016 20:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 6,000 migrants saved from Mediterranean in one day More than 6,000 migrants were rescued in the Mediterranean yesterday while sailing from Libya. Nine migrants died while crossing, and a pregnant woman and a child were flown by helicopter to... Nine migrants died while crossing, including a 23-year-old pregnant woman.
"04.10.2016 18:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Mystery of village peacock shot in the night Gunshots echoed over the stone-built cottages of Thimbleby one night last month and by daylight Pat the peacock was no more. All that was left of the villagers' beloved "noisy blighter" was a few... "It was a barbaric act. Pat was on his perch in the tree he called his home and was killed in cold blood."
"04.10.2016 18:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Brexit is start of anti-globalisation revolt, says gloomy IMF Brexit could be the start of a growing revolt against globalisation and technological advance in the developed world that threatens to depress living standards, the International Monetary Fund has... Persistently weak growth is unleashing “negative economic and political forces”
"04.10.2016 17:35:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Eight in ten areas offer substandard cancer care Patients in Hastings, Leicester city, Newham and Redbridge receive the worst NHS cancer care in the country as new figures show standards are inadequate in eight out of ten areas. New Ofsted-style... Is your area on the list?
"04.10.2016 17:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Gunmen 'saw Kardashian flaunt jewellery online' before £8m raid Kim Kardashian had just fallen asleep after a long day at the Paris Fashion Week shows when she woke with a pistol against her temple. Two men, masked and wearing police insignia, ordered the queen... Is this the price of social media fame?
"04.10.2016 16:11:01" www.thetimes.co.uk Pound hits 31-year low as 'hard' Brexit fears grow Theresa May has warned that Britain's exit from the European Union will not be "plain sailing", as she again indicated the UK could be heading for a "hard" Brexit. The prime minister used a series... Philip Hammond has warned the economy faces a “rollercoaster” ride.
"04.10.2016 15:25:30" The multi-million pound Chinese shoppers UK shopping centres are going to extreme measures to take advantage of the Chinese Golden Week holiday
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"04.10.2016 14:52:33" www.thetimes.co.uk Momentum vice-chair sacked after 'antisemitism' comments The vice-chairwoman of Momentum has been stripped of her post but avoided ejection from the grassroots Labour group over "ill-judged and offensive" comments about antisemitism. The pro-Corbyn... Labour suspended Jackie Walker in May over separate comments in which she claimed “many Jews were the chief financiers of the sugar and slave trade”
"04.10.2016 13:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Girls as young as seven want to be thinner Thousands of girls as young as seven think they are not pretty enough and need to lose weight, according to an annual study. The Girl Guides survey of 1,627 girls and young women found that the... Shocking.
"04.10.2016 12:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Hunter recounts grizzly tale after surviving two attacks by bear Bleeding heavily, Todd Orr hurried towards his truck and thanked God he had survived being mauled by a grizzly bear who bit like a "sledgehammer". Then she charged and attacked again. "I couldn't... Grizzly (with video)
"04.10.2016 11:37:32" Times Red Box Matt Chorley, Lucy Fisher and Grant Tucker tour the Tory conference in Birmingham What happens at a UK political party conference? Join the Times Red Box team behind the scenes at the Conservatives Party Conference in Birmingham.
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"04.10.2016 11:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Farmhouse is demolished in Ben Needham search Police searching for the missing toddler Ben Needham on the Greek island of Kos have been granted permission to demolish part of a farmhouse that was built months after he disappeared. Ben, was 21... Ben, was 21 months old when he disappeared while on holiday with his family on July 24, 1991.
"04.10.2016 10:34:07" Times Sport “I'm always drawn to the Roosevelt quote, 'It is not the critic who counts . . . the credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena.' At times you've got to step forward and take a risk."
"04.10.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 'I'm bloody difficult? So be it,' says May Theresa May insisted today she remains "ambitious" about securing a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU, just months after warning Britain would have to make concessions on immigration and regulations. "What makes me angry? Child sexual abuse. Modern slavery. When you see the powerful abusing their position, that's what makes me angry."
"04.10.2016 09:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Lesbian mum: why I went on the run A mother on the run with her children during a custody battle with her wife has broken her silence to criticise the "political correctness" surrounding her case. Lauren Etchells, a teacher... Lauren Etchells contacted The Times from a secret location to describe her turbulent marriage to Tasha Brown and to justify fleeing the country.
"04.10.2016 08:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Drug to stop brain cancer in its tracks An experimental drug could treat twice as many patients with a common and deadly form of brain cancer as the medicine currently available, an early study suggests. There are about 2,500 new cases... Great news!
"04.10.2016 07:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Doctors must pay back thousands if they quit NHS early Doctors will be made to pay back the cost of their training if they leave the NHS too quickly under plans to end an over-reliance on foreign staff. The NHS will train thousands more medics and... Should they?
"04.10.2016 06:00:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Deadly superbug found in pork sold at Sainsbury's and Asda Pork bought from Sainsbury's and Asda has tested positive for a livestock strain of MRSA. Laboratory tests on a sample of 97 British-produced pork products sold at UK supermarkets found that three... Be aware
"04.10.2016 05:00:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Doctors must pay back thousands if they quit NHS early Doctors will be made to pay back the cost of their training if they leave the NHS too quickly under plans to end an over-reliance on foreign staff. The NHS will train thousands more medics and... Should doctors have to pay the NHS back if they move abroad during their training?
"04.10.2016 04:00:03" www.thetimes.co.uk British troops 'to be exempted from human rights law' British troops will be free to take "difficult decisions" on the battlefield without fear of legal action when they come home, Theresa May will say today. Britain plans to opt out of international... Good news?
"04.10.2016 02:00:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Stunned Colombian president tries to save peace deal after voters say No President Santos and the Farc guerilla group were yesterday scrambling to save their historic peace deal after Colombians delivered a shock No vote in a referendum meant to ratify an agreement... But it might be too late
"03.10.2016 22:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk French mayors ban hookah pipes as racial tensions rise A ban on hookah pipes in French towns is fuelling racial tensions, with opponents claiming that the move is an attack on ethnic minority customs. At least four mayors in southeast France and one in... Is this ban on shisha pipes racist?
"03.10.2016 21:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Putin halts nuclear deal with 'unfriendly' US Vladimir Putin has suspended a key agreement with America for the disposal of enough weapon-grade plutonium to make 17,000 nuclear bombs. In the latest sign of distrust between the two countries... Bad news for the nuclear disarmament process.
"03.10.2016 20:41:32" www.thetimes.co.uk West is bent on nuclear war, Russia tells people As international tensions mount over Syria, Russian state media and officials have begun preparing the country for the terrifying possibility of nuclear war with the West. "Schizophrenics from... “Schizophrenics from America are sharpening nuclear weapons for Moscow”
"03.10.2016 20:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk New needle will heal skin after injections A needle that prevents bleeding after injections could help thousands of patients whose wounds do not heal properly. While most people only lose a tiny amount of blood after receiving a jab... The coating on the needle turns into a gel when it touches the skin, preventing blood loss and reducing the risk of infection.
"03.10.2016 19:38:03" www.thetimes.co.uk May accuses Tory Remainers of plot to subvert democracy Pro-European MPs who want a vote on triggering Article 50 are attempting to "subvert democracy" and are "insulting the intelligence of the British people" Theresa May claimed yesterday, as she... Theresa May said there was “no opt out from Brexit”
"03.10.2016 18:45:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Cabinet tensions over Brexit immigration exceptions The home secretary has rebuffed the senior ministers who are promising that bankers, builders and farm workers will be exempt from post-Brexit immigration curbs. Insisting that she was in charge of... The home secretary has insisted that she is in control of Britain's borders. Boris Johnson doesn't seem so sure...
"03.10.2016 18:05:40" The pensioners that put the police to shame These septuagenarian friends proved that heroes come in all shapes and sizes
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"03.10.2016 17:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Kim Kardashian held at gunpoint during €10m jewellery robbery in Paris Kim Kardashian was tied up and robbed of jewellery worth €10 million after five men posing as police officers broke into the house where she was staying in central Paris in the early hours of this... Update: The robbers took a jewellery box containing pieces worth about €6 million, as well as the €4 million engagement ring given to Kardashian by Kanye West.
"03.10.2016 16:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk How Netflix destroyed tea time The great British phenomenon of an electricity spike when millions of viewers put the kettle on at the end of a popular TV show has been reduced by on-demand services. The leap in power usage had... Millions of Brits putting the kettle on at the same time presented a problem for the National Grid, but then TV on demand came along...
"03.10.2016 15:31:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Are Mercedes really sabotaging Hamilton's quest? Lewis Hamilton cried out to the skies in anguished frustration and dropped to his haunches, his hands clasped as if to pray. He had done everything perfectly, from securing pole position to a... What's going on here?
"03.10.2016 14:51:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Jon Holmes axed 'for being a white man' The BBC was yesterday at the centre of a diversity row after one of its white, male presenters claimed that he had been dropped from a comedy show because the corporation wanted "more women and... The BBC admitted that its new charter does set diversity targets, but that "we always hire presenters on merit"
"03.10.2016 13:30:02" Timeline Photos Theresa May throws the Brexiteers a bone
"03.10.2016 12:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Air pollution is blamed for increases in road accidents Heavy pollution makes people drive more dangerously, according to the first study to link dirty air with road accidents. Scientists have already established that being exposed to airborne... Did you know?
"03.10.2016 11:24:32" www.thetimes.co.uk Stop burning cash on anti-smoking schemes I must be a great disappointment to the organisers of Stoptober - the annual effort to persuade cigarette smokers to abstain from their unhealthy habit for a full calendar month. As someone who has... Do you agree?
"03.10.2016 10:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Clinton extends lead in key states after rival's bad week Hillary Clinton has blunted the momentum of Donald Trump, widening her lead nationally and in battleground states with five weeks until the election. After a rocky patch for the Clinton campaign it... Good news?
"03.10.2016 09:31:34" www.thetimes.co.uk Pensioner power brings down burglar Three pensioners who caught a burglar who had evaded police for 18 months have received bravery awards. Peter Mueller, 70, from Germany, was visiting the house of his mother-in-law, who had... Pensioner power
"03.10.2016 08:16:59" www.thetimes.co.uk Kim Kardashian tied up and robbed at Paris house At least two men held up Kim Kardashian, the reality television star, in a house in central Paris this morning and robbed her of jewellery worth several million pounds. The men, who were armed and... Kardashian was tied up in the bathroom while robbers took several million pounds of jewellery.
"03.10.2016 07:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk NHS backed anti-abortion group An anti-abortion group that wrongly claims terminations can cause breast cancer has been recommended to women by one of the biggest NHS mental health trusts. Patients have complained that GCN... The anti-abortion group has wrongly claimed terminations can cause breast cancer.
"03.10.2016 06:47:26" www.thetimes.co.uk Cumberbatch hits back over 'hypocrisy' on refugees Benedict Cumberbatch has defended speeches he made on stage attacking the government over the refugee crisis. The Sherlock star, 40, said it was ridiculous that he had been accused of hypocrisy for... "I do have a house but it's empty, it's gutted, there's no electricity or water, so that wouldn't work. . . I wasn't saying, 'Yes, open the doors to everyone, yes, give them our jobs and our wives'"
"02.10.2016 22:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk First time in Australia It's time to start being nice to your boss - if you're off down under, a fortnight isn't going to cut it. You don't want to go all that way and get it wrong. No danger of that with our ultimate beginner's guide to the best of Oz in three weeks.
"02.10.2016 21:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Homes to lust after If only we could find where we left that £3.5m... Harry Potter fans, does this house look familiar?
"02.10.2016 20:01:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The Interview: Justin Theroux, Mr Jennifer Aniston And no, he doesn't care if you call him that. While much of the nation tunes into Louis Theroux: Savile, we chatted to his cousin, Justin (AKA Mr Jennifer Aniston).
"02.10.2016 19:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Tough love: The perils of pubic topiary Emma Barnett tells a woman whose boyfriend pays for her costly waxing regime to think again "I am 24 and have been dating my boyfriend for nearly a year. When we first got together, I always made sure I was very neat and stylish down there..."
"02.10.2016 18:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Eight killed using mobility scooters Mobility scooters were involved in four crashes a week on Britain's roads last year They're more dangerous than they look...
"02.10.2016 16:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Grandparents blow kids' inheritance The finding is likely to reignite criticism of the baby-boomers as the “me generation” Hoping for a big inheritance from Granny? Forget it - she is going to spend it all before she goes.
"02.10.2016 15:40:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Trump told club to 'sack fat, ugly women' Donald Trump wanted to fire women at his California golf club who were "not pretty enough" or "were old or fat" Lovely...
"02.10.2016 14:30:01" Timeline Photos Do we have a #Brexit plan?
"02.10.2016 14:00:48" Britain's coolest new party pad This A-list party pad has opened its doors to anyone who can afford £1,000 a night
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"02.10.2016 12:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Miss Piggy leaves Donald squealing out of control I am trying to imagine the moment Hillary Clinton's team found the beauty queen. The moment her official Donald Death Squad uncovered a case study so utterly toxic that by the end of the week the... Camilla Long talks about Alicia "Miss Piggy" Machado, and Donald Trump's catastrophic problem with detail.
"02.10.2016 11:28:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Theresa May's first interview: The owl unseats the No 10 pussycat For just a moment Theresa May's voice wavers. We are in the prime minister's office in Downing Street 11 weeks after she tiptoed through the wreckage of the Brexit vote to grasp the premiership. “Everybody has times of difficulty & times when they lose loved ones. Everybody copes with that in their own way.”
"02.10.2016 10:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Winning by a whisker: science shows beards are babe magnets They may be mocked for their eccentric tastes in effete fashion, but hipsters with well-groomed beards are among the most attractive of all male groups to women, according to new research. Urban... Do you have a weakness for beards?
"02.10.2016 09:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Hide your sex, tech guru tells women A prominent technology investor has provoked outrage in America after suggesting that women who want to get ahead in Silicon Valley should hide their online identities. In a controversial blog... John Greathouse said women working in the tech industry should create an “online presence that obscures their gender” to avoid discrimination
"02.10.2016 08:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Victoria Beckham: I'm a control freak, a workaholic, and I like to do everything myself Okay, VB has released some make-up with Estée Lauder. They said I could go to her office for a chat, about eyeshadow and stuff. Total win. I got on a bus and arrived. In my head the office was... What does she really, really want?
"02.10.2016 07:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk British scientists on brink of HIV cure A British man with HIV hopes to become the first in the world to be cured of the disease by using a pioneering new therapy designed to eradicate the virus. The 44-year-old is the first of 50... Early tests show the virus is undetectable in the man's blood!
"02.10.2016 06:48:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The owl unseats the No 10 pussycat For just a moment Theresa May's voice wavers. We are in the prime minister's office in Downing Street 11 weeks after she tiptoed through the wreckage of the Brexit vote to grasp the premiership. Theresa May's first #exclusive interview: “I wish my parents could see it”
"01.10.2016 22:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk A better test for Down's shouldn't scare us Would a world where children with Down's syndrome are no longer born constitute human progress? It is an ethically complex and emotionally charged proposition. Soon the NHS will offer every... Do you agree?
"01.10.2016 21:33:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Bulgaria bans the burka Bulgaria has become the latest country to ban the burka and other Islamic veils covering the face in public. Breaking the new law can incur fines of up to 1,500 leva (£665), as well as suspension of state benefits.
"01.10.2016 20:33:10" www.thetimes.co.uk Nadiya Hussain's mango and passion-fruit pavlova Don't be scared of making meringues – just follow this fail-safe method If you watched the Great British Bake Off last week, chances are you'll be craving one of these...
"01.10.2016 19:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Record fines for drivers caught behaving badly Record numbers of drivers are being fined for antisocial practices. Who out there is guilty of intentionally soaking pedestrians?!
"01.10.2016 19:03:02" www.thetimes.co.uk City breaks for less than £250 Forget Paris and Prague and try somewhere new in Europe for a budget weekend Cosy coffee stops, hearty meals and sightseeing in the refreshing autumn air — what could be better?
"01.10.2016 18:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 10 big spending errors you should avoid Stop and think before getting out your wallet and curb that coffee habit right now Giving up your takeaway cappuccinos could save on average £608.84 a year
"01.10.2016 18:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Surgeons save Syrian lives by Skype Dr Nott, one of the world's pre-eminent specialists in battlefield medicine, described the situation in Aleppo as “apocalyptic” . The messages arrive at all hours of the day and night, the vibration of a mobile phone signalling that another life hangs by a thread in Aleppo.
"01.10.2016 17:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk The French guide to dating The star of Channel 4's First Dates offers some expert advice Incase you were wondering, yes, It's OK to have sex on the first date.
"01.10.2016 16:45:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Feminists block free speech, says Bakewell The broadcaster and author, 83, believes that this intolerance is contrary to the freedom and opportunity she associates with the movement. Are today's feminists unable to debate or tolerate alternative opinions to their own?
"01.10.2016 16:26:35" Sunday Times Food Feeling hungry? Dinner = sorted (via Sunday Times Food)
"01.10.2016 15:18:55" www.thetimes.co.uk Paint mixing clips become internet hit Watching paint dry has become a byword for boring, but watching paint being mixed is the latest Instagram trend. Can't. Stop. Watching.
"01.10.2016 14:41:29" www.thetimes.co.uk Rail passengers can seek refunds for dirty loos Rail passengers will be able to claim compensation for dirty lavatories, poorly stocked buffets and weak wifi signals. Hopefully this'll make rail services stink less.
"01.10.2016 13:23:11" www.thetimes.co.uk Rosetta probe's space odyssey ends at last as it settles down on distant comet One of the greatest space operas of the century finished in a slow, silent aria yesterday as the Rosetta probe gently collided with its comet. After a 12-year mission that has given humanity its... The comet is so far away from the Earth that news of its demise took 40 minutes to arrive in a radio signal travelling at the speed of light
"01.10.2016 12:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Bunker busters leave us no means of escape. Tell the world we are dying' No one sleeps upstairs in Aleppo any more, if they sleep at all. As darkness falls, families huddle together in the single, safest room: a basement underneath their building; a windowless... Aleppo has endured years of bombings, but never have the attacks been of such intensity
"01.10.2016 11:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Bataclan: one year on Claude-Emmanuel Triomphe was lying in a pool of blood on the floor of La Bonne Bière bar in Paris. It was just after 9.30pm on... "I can remember thinking, 'This is not the right day for my death."
"01.10.2016 09:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Restaurant bites back over 'dead mouse' in curry When a group of customers kicked up a fuss at his restaurant, claiming to have found a mouse in their vegetable curry, the owner, Mohammed Ali, immediately smelt a rat. Not only did the mouse in... The owner smelt a rat...
"01.10.2016 08:45:34" www.thetimes.co.uk Jamie Vardy: football's fairytale hero We're in what briefly became, for a few days in early May, the most famous kitchen in the country. This is where the Leicester City squad congregated to watch Chelsea play Tottenham Hotspur on one... "Never mind the greatest story ever told – this was the greatest feeling I'd ever known"
"01.10.2016 07:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Free InterRail pass for teenagers The European Union will next week seek to create a generational "counter-weight" to euroscepticism with a plan to give all teenagers an 18th birthday present of one month's free railway travel... Although the scheme is unlikely to be in place before Britain leaves the EU.
"01.10.2016 06:55:36" www.thetimes.co.uk Angry neighbour ran over boy, 5, in shared driveway A motorist angered by children playing on his driveway ran over and killed his neighbour's 5-year-old son after deliberately driving close to a little girl to make a point. David Cowell, 42, was... Judge Francis Sheridan said, “this young boy lost his life because the defendant was fed up with the young kids playing on the driveway.”
"30.09.2016 22:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk 'I don't feel guilty. My affair saved our marriage' A mother of four explains how a passionate fling with an acquaintance made her realise her marriage was worth fighting for "I met him at the lowest point of my marriage. I was unhappy. He was a ray of hope"
"30.09.2016 21:33:01" Timeline Photos Today's #Brexit cartoon
"30.09.2016 20:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Parsley is the herb of choice Parsley is fast becoming Britain's herb of choice, with a 37 per cent rise in sales this year. Sorry sage and rosemary, your thyme is up.
"30.09.2016 20:24:32" The real reason why humans kill each other Humans are more likely to kill each other than whales and bats but less likely than wolves, according to a new study.
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"30.09.2016 19:33:04" www.thetimes.co.uk The new face of emojis makes moneymen :) First it was smiley faces, then emojis. Now “bitmojis” — sticker-style animated selfies — are the gimmick of choice. Have you created a Bitmoji yet?
"30.09.2016 19:02:42" www.thetimes.co.uk Duterte 'happy to slaughter addicts like Hitler killed Jews' President Duterte of the Philippines has compared his campaign of extra-judicial killings of alleged criminals to Hitler's genocide of the Jews. Outrageous, even by Mr Duterte's extreme standards.
"30.09.2016 18:44:50" Times Red Box - Conservatives bickering ✅
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"30.09.2016 18:03:04" www.thetimes.co.uk World leaders mourn Peres Dozens of world leaders gathered in Jerusalem on Friday to bury the former Israeli president Shimon Peres. “But where are the courageous leaders to rise and continue on his path? Where are Shimon Peres' successors?”
"30.09.2016 17:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Freshers must share rooms after student numbers soar At least 100 first-year students at Warwick will have to share rooms “It was an unpleasant surprise to find out I'd be sharing. I'm worried about not liking the person I'm sharing with and not having my personal space.”
"30.09.2016 16:20:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Momentum set to expel Jackie Walker in antisemitism row Momentum will make moves to oust its vice chairwoman Jackie Walker next week. The left-wing activist said she had not yet heard a definition of antisemitism she could “work with” .
"30.09.2016 15:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk High heels cut down as women turn to trainers Fickle fashion is finally doing for high heels what years of feminist protest has failed to achieve. Have you swapped your high heels for trainers too?
"30.09.2016 14:32:40" www.thetimes.co.uk We're eating too much meat Britain is a nation of meat lovers and people have no idea how much is healthy to consume, a major study of eating habits has found. A typical Sunday roast is TWICE the Department of Health's advised daily limit of 70 grams a day
"30.09.2016 13:30:06" www.thetimes.co.uk Dominique Ansel brings his Cronut to London | Insider City Guides French-born chef Dominique Ansel has opened a London branch of his New York bakery on Elizabeth Street in Belgravia The wait is over.
"30.09.2016 12:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk From Brangelina to Bradxit 10 DOWN Kenny RogersSad news for people fond of country stars who could also double up as Father Christmas - Kenny Rogers has announced that, aged 78, he's retiring from the music industry. "I've... Caitlin Moran's Celebrity Watch
"30.09.2016 11:12:39" www.thetimes.co.uk Thousands of lorries face London ban to protect cyclists More than 30,000 dangerous lorries with extensive blind spots are to be banned from the capital's roads in a victory for The Times's cycle safety campaign. Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London announced... Will this work?
"30.09.2016 10:30:04" www.thetimes.co.uk The African elephant's fate will soon be sealed Elephants are dying from loss of habitat, poaching and ineffective worldwide policing. But they are also victims of the hanko, a carved ivory name seal that is integral to Japanese paperwork. What will happen to the African elephant?
"30.09.2016 09:30:03" www.thetimes.co.uk The ugly truth: a beautiful friend can ruin your love life While many dismiss the "ugly friend effect", in which someone surrounds themselves with people who are less beautiful to appear more attractive, new research has suggested there may be some truth... Which one of your friends is ruining your love life?
"30.09.2016 08:30:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Coma woman's life saved by twitch of a toe A woman left in a coma after a car crash wiggled a toe moments before doctors were to turn off her life-support machine for a third and final time. Despite suffering severe injuries when her... Her toe wiggled moments before doctors were to turn off her life-support machine for a third and final time.
"30.09.2016 07:30:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Backlash over campaign for Tube chats Are you reading this on a crowded train carriage? Could the person crammed up against you, with their elbow in your eye, be a future best friend, soulmate or lover? Why don't you strike up a... Awkward or revolutionary? #tubechat
"30.09.2016 06:38:31" www.thetimes.co.uk Restaurants ordered to reduce size of puddings Restaurants, cafés and pubs will be named and shamed unless they make food portions smaller or less sweet, the government has said. Chains such as Pizza Express, Starbucks, McDonald's and Gourmet... The proof is in the pudding.
"29.09.2016 23:34:41" www.thetimes.co.uk Restaurants ordered to reduce size of puddings Cut calories or be named and shamed, Hunt says Not such sweet news for well-known food chains (or dessert lovers)
"29.09.2016 22:33:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Valentine's Day weddings are more likely to end in divorce 11% of couples who tied the knot on February 14 split up within five years compared with 8% of those who got married on “normal” dates. St Valentine's Day is the worst possible day of the year to get married.
"29.09.2016 21:45:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Momentum can be Labour's unlikely saviour The party needs to stop treating idealistic new members like the enemy and instead harness their campaigning energy Do you agree that Labour needs to utilise its energetic new members rather than complain about them?
"29.09.2016 21:00:37" Why everyone loved BlackBerry phones For nineties kids and corporate suits, BlackBerry's announcement that it will stop making phones marks a sad day
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"29.09.2016 20:03:05" www.thetimes.co.uk Zika spreads to Utah through a father's tears The virus is typically spread through mosquitoes and, more rarely, through semen. A man in Utah may have contracted zika through the tears of his infected father.
"29.09.2016 19:13:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Boy, 11, kills himself amid claims of bullying at new school An 11-year-old boy hanged himself three weeks into his first term at secondary school amid claims he was being bullied by older pupils. RIP Asad Khan.
"29.09.2016 18:13:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Backlash over badge campaign to get Tube users talking An unidentified group is handing out “Tube Chat?” badges to those boarding the Underground is an effort to inspire conversation What would your version of a "Tube Chat?" badge say?
"29.09.2016 17:13:04" www.thetimes.co.uk 'Hard' Brexit is a golden opportunity, Fox tells business leaders Liam Fox has given his strongest hint yet that he wants to pursue a “hard” Brexit that would see Britain quit the European single market free-trade zone. The international trade secretary said for the first time today that he wanted Britain to become a full independent member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) after leaving the EU.
"29.09.2016 16:13:08" www.thetimes.co.uk Social media pressures bring rise in mental health problems - especially for girls Women aged 16 - 24 have very high rates of anxiety and depression More than a quarter of women aged aged 16 to 24 have a clinically recognised mental health condition and one in four cuts herself or inflicts other methods of self-harm, official figures show.
"29.09.2016 15:33:03" www.thetimes.co.uk Ban the small talk for a better dinner party Meaningful conversation and set arrival times make for a happier dinner party experience for everyone, according to two psychologists We have another suggestion: drink lots and lots of wine
"29.09.2016 14:31:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Please, not the cheap stuff - I'll have the camomile mini-bones If you think human diets have become a little bit faddy with the arrival of courgetti spaghetti and sweet potato chocolate brownies, take a look at pet food. Does your dog follow a paleo, raw or gluten-free diet?
"29.09.2016 14:11:02" www.thetimes.co.uk Migrant child brides can stay with husbands Child brides as young as 14 have been reunited with their husbands in Denmark after the authorities reversed their policy of separating underage married migrants. The Danish Immigration Service... Immigration service decided that forcing married couples to live apart violated the right to family life guaranteed in the European convention on human rights.
"29.09.2016 13:11:04" www.thetimes.co.uk Kidnapped penguin 'has three weeks to live' Rescuers are facing a race against time in the search for Buddy, an endangered African black-footed penguin who was kidnapped from a marine park released into the wild. Two students, who have... “He simply does not have the experience necessary to survive.”
"29.09.2016 12:22:37" www.thetimes.co.uk Migrants and machines are killing off Queen's English Regional accents and phrases could be a thing of the past within 50 years, linguistic experts believe. Researchers predict that dialects and regional phrases such as Glasgow's "bampot" and... Our language is changing.