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The Queen’s biggest public gaffes
Queen with Duchess of Cornwall and Elin Jones
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The Queen’s biggest public gaffes

Monarch caught criticising leaders who ‘talk but don’t do’ before Cop26 climate conference
15 Oct 2021
Welcome to the metaverse 
Horizon Workrooms: the office of the future?
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Welcome to the metaverse 

The metaverse is Silicon Valley’s new obsession. Could it change the world?
15 Oct 2021
Will China hobble WHO’s ‘last-chance’ bid to trace Covid origins?
Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan was originally cited as the epicentre of the Covid pandemic
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Will China hobble WHO’s ‘last-chance’ bid to trace Covid origins?

Group of 26 global experts tasked with reviving stalled inquiry
15 Oct 2021
Penelope Jackson in Somerset stabbing trial
David and Penelope Jackson
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Penelope Jackson in Somerset stabbing trial

Woman told paramedics her abusive husband was ‘bleeding to death, with any luck’ after fatal attack
14 Oct 2021
Who is Banksy?
Banksy's Love In The Bin artwork
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Who is Banksy?

Anonymous spray painter’s ‘ultimate’ artwork goes up for auction today
14 Oct 2021
What is blackfishing?
Shot of Jesy Nelson with her hair in braids
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What is blackfishing?

Pop star Jesy Nelson embroiled in appropriation row following release of first solo music video since quitting Little Mix last year
13 Oct 2021
Why more women are becoming tradespeople
Woman plumber fixing waste pipe under sink
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Why more women are becoming tradespeople

Shifting attitudes and working practices are driving changes, but barriers still remain
13 Oct 2021

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Where have all the doctors and nurses gone?
GP sits at desk in surgery
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Where have all the doctors and nurses gone?

Health sector seeing a ‘breakdown’ in relationship between patients and medical professionals
12 Oct 2021
What the arrest of ‘chief financier of jihad’ means for Isis
Sami Jasim Muhammad al-Jaburi shortly after being detained by Iraqi security forces
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What the arrest of ‘chief financier of jihad’ means for Isis

Islamic State’s Sami Jasim Muhammad al-Jaburi captured by by Iraqi security forces
12 Oct 2021
What is Donald Trump doing now?
Donald Trump
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What is Donald Trump doing now?

Former president holds campaign rally alongside Republican senator in battleground election state
12 Oct 2021
Why ministers are facing scrutiny over ‘haphazard’ teen vaccination campaign
Children at school
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Why ministers are facing scrutiny over ‘haphazard’ teen vaccination campaign

England’s Covid jab programme for 12 to 15-year-olds has fallen behind Scotland’s
11 Oct 2021
Supreme Court to grapple with ‘most divisive issues in US life’
Pro-choice activists protest outside the US Supreme Court
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Supreme Court to grapple with ‘most divisive issues in US life’

Republican dominated court to rule on a string of contentious issues in the coming months
8 Oct 2021
An0m: the surveillance sting of the century
An0m shown on a phone
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An0m: the surveillance sting of the century

Simon Parkin reports on the encrypted messaging service used by criminals around the world
8 Oct 2021
Fury vs. Wilder III: fight guide and predictions
Fury vs. Wilder
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Fury vs. Wilder III: fight guide and predictions

The heavyweight trilogy clash takes place in Vegas this weekend
7 Oct 2021
Scottish independence odds and polls: will Scotland vote to leave the UK?
Nicola Sturgeon is re-elected to position of first minister
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Scottish independence odds and polls: will Scotland vote to leave the UK?

Independence referendum a question of ‘when’ not ‘if’
7 Oct 2021
From the Arab Spring to a refugee crisis: exploring Syria’s decade of civil war
Aerial photo of huge protest
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From the Arab Spring to a refugee crisis: exploring Syria’s decade of civil war

Ten years after the first battles between Syrian government forces and the armed opposition, no resolution is in sight
7 Oct 2021
Universal Credit cut: a guide to financial aid alternatives
Boris Johnson
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Universal Credit cut: a guide to financial aid alternatives

Boris Johnson defends £20-a-week cut by arguing that taxpayers should not ‘subsidise’ low pay
6 Oct 2021
The whistle-blower allegations against Facebook explained
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen testifies in front of Congress
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The whistle-blower allegations against Facebook explained

Former product manager Frances Haugen claims social media giant is ‘putting profit over safety’
6 Oct 2021
What happened to murdered teacher Sabina Nessa?
A candlelit vigil held for murdered primary school teacher Sabina Nessa
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What happened to murdered teacher Sabina Nessa?

Death of 28-year-old has sparked anger and reignited fears over women’s safety in the UK
4 Oct 2021
How Black History Month began
Statue of Betty Campbell MBE
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How Black History Month began

Annual celebration dates back almost 100 years
1 Oct 2021
Brutality at the border: the Haitian refugee crisis explained
A United States Border Patrol agent on horseback tries to stop Haitian migrants from entering an encampment
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Brutality at the border: the Haitian refugee crisis explained

Biden’s handling of recent surge of Haitian migrants ‘indefensible’ - whatever your views on border policy, said USA Today
1 Oct 2021
Where is weed legal?
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Where is weed legal?

Europe could follow American example as more states legalise cannabis
30 Sep 2021
Who will be the next James Bond?
Daniel Craig at No Time To Die premiere
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Who will be the next James Bond?

007 producer says she sees Daniel Craig’s successor as male
29 Sep 2021
Is social media bad for your mental health?
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Is social media bad for your mental health?

Facebook faces damaging claims that it was aware of harm Instagram caused to children
28 Sep 2021
How safe are smart motorways?
Smart motorways
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How safe are smart motorways?

Investigation suggests technical failings are putting lives at risk
27 Sep 2021
2021 Ryder Cup: players, tee times and TV coverage
The opening ceremony for the 43rd Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits
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2021 Ryder Cup: players, tee times and TV coverage

Golf’s match-play event takes place at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin
24 Sep 2021
How Joe Biden and Donald Trump’s approval ratings compare now
Joe Biden
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How Joe Biden and Donald Trump’s approval ratings compare now

US president is being forced to deal with some of the same dynamics as his predecessor
23 Sep 2021
Films of the year
Herself movie still
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Films of the year

A look at the new movie releases
23 Sep 2021
What is Boris Johnson’s record on climate change?
Boris Johnson speech at UN
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What is Boris Johnson’s record on climate change?

PM tells world leaders to ‘grow up’ on tackling climate change
23 Sep 2021
TalkTV: Murdoch’s challenge to GB News
Piers Morgan in 2019
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TalkTV: Murdoch’s challenge to GB News

Piers Morgan has been hired as the star of the new channel
23 Sep 2021
Aukus: the rift with France
French President Emmanuel Macron: ‘humiliation’
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Aukus: the rift with France

French fury over the new submarine pact has been something to behold
23 Sep 2021
Who will be the next Green Party leader?
A Green Party rosette
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Who will be the next Green Party leader?

Trans rights and unity are key issues in ‘most intriguing leadership contest in the party’s history’
22 Sep 2021
The countries where euthanasia is legal
Euthanasia injection
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The countries where euthanasia is legal

British Medical Association’s recent vote to adopt neutral stance on assisted dying could pave way for UK legalisation
22 Sep 2021
What next for Angela Merkel?
Angela Merkel
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What next for Angela Merkel?

The second-longest serving chancellor in German history will remain in post until new government is formed
22 Sep 2021
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