Quiz of The Week: 17 - 24 September
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Quiz of The Week: 17 - 24 September

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What kind of mask works best against Delta?
An FFP2 mask
Getting to grips with . . .

What kind of mask works best against Delta?

Study shows surgical masks are more effective than cloth but are N95 and FFP2 the ones to have?
Best properties: colourful houses
22 Old School Lane, Clifton, Somerset
The wish list

Best properties: colourful houses

Featuring striking townhouses and rustic cottages

Need to know

Is James Bond still relevant?
Why we’re talking about . . .

Is James Bond still relevant?

24 Sep 2021
Aukus: the rift with France
In Depth

Aukus: the rift with France

23 Sep 2021
Clinical injustice, wireless power and pandas
Podcast

Clinical injustice, wireless power and pandas

24 Sep 2021

The Daily Briefing

25 September 2021
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Visa scheme to ease fuel crisis
1.

Visa scheme to ease fuel crisis

Ministers are planning a visa scheme to make it easier for foreign lorry drivers to come to the UK. Any changes to immigration rules will be temporary…
Chemo ‘stopped for advanced patients’
2.

Chemo ‘stopped for advanced patients’

Some NHS cancer patients have had their chemotherapy stopped because there are not enough medics to deliver it. Patients with advanced forms of the di…
Rayner says Labour would boost unions
3.

Rayner says Labour would boost unions

Labour would seek to drive up wages by empowering trade unions to negotiate minimum rates of pay, Angela Rayner is expected to announce today. Labour’…
Canadians released after China deal
4.

Canadians released after China deal

Two Canadians have been released from Chinese detention and are on their way home to Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced. Michael Spav…
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‘If Boris Johnson felt shame, he wouldn’t be slashing universal credit’
Instant Opinion

‘If Boris Johnson felt shame, he wouldn’t be slashing universal credit’

Your digest of analysis from the British and international press
Staycation inspiration: autumn escapes and winter getaways
Snowdonia Inntravel
The big trip

Staycation inspiration: autumn escapes and winter getaways

Coronavirus

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‘Variant-proof’ Covid vaccine begins trials
A nurse with a vaccine
Getting to grips with . . .

‘Variant-proof’ Covid vaccine begins trials

Disrupted periods and Covid-19 jabs: is there a connection?
Woman gets vaccinated
Getting to grips with . . .

Disrupted periods and Covid-19 jabs: is there a connection?

Which Covid-19 vaccine works best as a booster jab?
A man receives his first Covid-19 dose in Surrey
Fact file

Which Covid-19 vaccine works best as a booster jab?

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In focus: the Covid vaccines

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Oxford-AstraZeneca
1.

Oxford-AstraZeneca

The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine has been the jewel in the crown of the UK jab rollout, with its most recent clinical trial results reporting an overall…
Pfizer-BioNTech
2.

Pfizer-BioNTech

Most vaccines rely on weakened or inactivated parts of the virus to provoke an immune response in their recipients, but the Pfizer version is syntheti…
Moderna
3.

Moderna

Moderna has become the third coronavirus vaccine to be rolled out in the UK. The majority of the available vaccines have been bought by the UK, EU, US…
Janssen-Johnson & Johnson
4.

Janssen-Johnson & Johnson

Like the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, the Janssen drug uses a modified adenovirus, a harmless, engineered virus that is injected into the patient. The …
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Everything you need to know about the Labour Party conference 2021
The latest on . . .

Everything you need to know about the Labour Party conference 2021

Tried and tasted: whiskies from around the world
whisky
On the menu

Tried and tasted: whiskies from around the world

World News

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Trump, China and the general: an act of treachery?
Gen. Mark Milley: offered China assurances
Behind the scenes

Trump, China and the general: an act of treachery?

North Korea and the limits of missile diplomacy
South Koreans watch the North Korean missile launch
The latest on . . .

North Korea and the limits of missile diplomacy

What next for Angela Merkel?
Angela Merkel
In Depth

What next for Angela Merkel?

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Arts & Life

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Best properties: colourful houses
22 Old School Lane, Clifton, Somerset
The wish list

Best properties: colourful houses

Lucian Freud: Real Lives at Tate Liverpool
Lucian Freud’s ‘Girl with a Kitten’ 1947  (The Lucian Freud Archive/Bridgeman Images)
In Review

Lucian Freud: Real Lives at Tate Liverpool

Book of the week: Henry ‘Chips’ Channon - The Diaries 1938-43 
Henry ‘Chips’ Channon The Diaries 1938-43
In Review

Book of the week: Henry ‘Chips’ Channon - The Diaries 1938-43 

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Insulate Britain: who are they and what do they want?
Insulate Britain protesters
1.Profile

Insulate Britain: who are they and what do they want?

Doctor says we should not sleep naked because of flatulent spraying
The feet of a person sleeping in a bed
2.Tall Tales

Doctor says we should not sleep naked because of flatulent spraying

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 23 September 2021
10 Downing Street
3.Daily Briefing

Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 23 September 2021

Penguins ‘might be aliens’
Penguins
4.Tall Tales

Penguins ‘might be aliens’

The most extreme weather events in 2021
5.In pictures

The most extreme weather events in 2021

House prices fall as stamp duty holiday tapered
6.In Focus

House prices fall as stamp duty holiday tapered

Quiz of The Week: 11 - 17 September
7.Quizzes and puzzles

Quiz of The Week: 11 - 17 September

The baby shortage: how it could affect the UK’s future economy 
8.In Focus

The baby shortage: how it could affect the UK’s future economy 

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