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Treasury ‘plan to suspend pensions triple lock’ puts Johnson and Sunak on collision course
Officials said to be concerned at PM’s fondness for announcing new plans costing billions of pounds
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Macron exploiting UK Covid restrictions to lure top bankers to Paris in Brexit revenge
EMMANUEL MACRON has invited a group of top city bankers to Paris to increase investment in the country.
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Paul Walker's stuns on red carpet at latest Fast and Furious film premiere
Meadow Walker attended the star studded premier for the latest, ninth, Fast and Furious film where she honoured her late father by attending the exclusive screening
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Graeme Souness says Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes ‘would not last five minutes in my dressing room’
'All that nonsense is a no no from me.'
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More than 700,000 Covid jabs booked in 24 hours after rollout opened to over-18s
Surge in appointments as NHS pushes to vaccinate all adults by 19 July
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Two-thirds of Covid self-isolation grant applications rejected, report says
Government criteria ‘extremely tight’, one council says
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Forget EU, the future is Asia! UK set to seal historic £9 TRILLION trade deal
BRITISH businesses are being urged to move their focus from the EU to "closer links with old Commonwealth friends and fast-growing Asia-Pacific markets".
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Fashion: STAYCATION STARS 
From hats to macs, boots to bikinis, meet this year's summer holiday style staples 
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Susannah Taylor: How to clear that foggy feeling 
Ever feel like your brain has been stuffed with cotton wool, or like you're hungover without the fun? Brain fog can cause memory issues, confusion, and potentially putting your sunglasses in the fridge...
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A taste of the med: Mackerel tabbouleh 
This tabbouleh has hints of the Eastern Med and also goes well with lamb.
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Elizabeth Day: 40 things I feel guilty about
I'm not sure why I feel so guilty all the time but I suspect it's a peculiarly female condition. It makes me wonder: what could we achieve with all that energy wasted on unnecessary shame?
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A taste of the med: Grilled steak with herbes de Provence and truffle sauce 
Two of a butcher's best-kept secrets are the inexpensive steak cuts bavette (flank steak) and onglet (hanger steak); either will do here.
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Diana was a woman first and a princess second
Why did Diana have such a profound effect on so many people? Vassi Chamberlain reflects on the woman who changed the face of royalty and captured hearts all over the world
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Beauty: Luxury or bargain? I like a bit of both 
These are the products I always invest in - along with the stellar steals that never let me down
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My private paradise
Snapping up her own island in Nicaragua for the price of a two-bedroom home in the UK, Nicky Ray followed her dream to create the ultimate modern hideaway
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Joanne Hegarty: It's your signature style - own it!
Buckle up with me this week and take off on an exciting journey of self-discovery - to find your signature style.
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The fun mum who loved every child
Princess Diana was celebrated for her easy rapport with children but her biggest legacies, says Anna Pursglove, are the way she shook up royal parenting and championed the vulnerable
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A taste of the med: Caramelised aubergine with chickpeas and turmeric yogurt
A lovely veggie number, and vegans can swap in non-dairy coconut yogurt for Greek.
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Diana, the TikTok princess
Who'd have thought that today's 20-something social media stars would be reviving the Princess's iconic looks for a generation that wasn't even born when she wore them?
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Rosie Green: Be honest, how often do you have sex?
Who knows what is acceptable? Sometimes I think there should be a set limit, not all that wishy-washy advice on 'what works for you': exercise for 120 minutes each week; have sex 2.4 times
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Horoscopes: Don't kid yourself that nothing can go wrong, Cancer
Cancer, the Sun in your sign from tomorrow will boost your morale but don't kid yourself that nothing can go wrong. Not even Jupiter's positive influence in Pisces makes you invincible.
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A taste of the med: Bucatini with Sicilian pesto 
Mint makes a sparkling change from basil in this delicate pesto.
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The incredible adventures of Diana's iconic dresses
They were the gowns that defined a royal style trailblazer… but what happened to them? Claudia Joseph follows their remarkable journeys
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Was Diana's destiny written in the stars?
As Diana's astrologer, Debbie Frank became both friend and confidante. She tells about the princess's cosmic incompatibility with Charles - but why she never regretted marrying
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If we could see Di now
Diana would have been 60 next month and, imagines Anna Pursglove, would still have her finger on the pulse, from being besties with Michelle Obama to aceing it on Strictly…
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Food: A taste of the med 
Dreaming of that taverna overlooking the sea? Annie Bell's flavour-packed dishes will allow your tastebuds to travel even when you're holidaying at home
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A taste of the med: Goat's cheese, fig and pistachio salad 
This makes an excellent starter or light lunch.
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A taste of the med: One-pot chicken with market-day veg 
To take this one-pot chicken to Mediterranean heights, use big fat garlic cloves, chunky free-range lardons and a really good chicken. If you can bear it, pit the olives yourself, too!
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A taste of the med: Hazelnut and orange cake 
Based on a French gâteau creusois - a deliciously moist hazelnut sponge made with egg whites (the yolks can be put to good use in a custard, cream filling or ice cream).
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Liz Jones's Diary: My date with Cambridge Man, part 2
And so, the Big Day dawns. It's been five weeks since we had lunch, and I've forgotten what he looks like. Our second date feels like a first
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Ministers eye technology to save thousands of NHS staffing hours
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the changes were being made after the coronavirus pandemic demonstrated the need for more effective use of data.
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Rising inflation could cut average household incomes by £700, study suggests
Resolution Foundation urges Chancellor to cancel planned cut to Universal Credit this Autumn.
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Pilots issue mayday as data suggests UK aviation ‘worst hit by travel rules’
Balpa said the number of flights into and out of the UK has fallen by three-quarters compared to 2019.
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Two in five disadvantaged pupils believe they will receive unfair grades – poll
A majority of students fear they will not be able to successfully appeal against grades they think are not reflective of ability, a survey suggests.
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More than 700,000 jabs booked on day vaccine programme opened to over-18s
Eight appointments were made every second.
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‘Keeping people’s anger alive’: Netanyahu has left Israel more divided than ever
‘He’s one of the most consequential prime ministers Israel has ever had just because of his longevity and his impact on the level of discord’, Steve Hendrix reports
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What would the Ancients do? Everyday lessons from the distant past
When about to do something, anything, even using mouthwash, would it be best to first ask, is this Lindy? Ezra Marcus explains exactly what that means
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Rise and mine: People of Indonesia’s Bangka Island turning to lucrative deep-sea deposits of tin
Miners are now looking to the sea after land mining left parts of the country resembling a lunar landscape
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Brexit tensions erupt as EU accused of creating 'sustained disruption' in Northern Ireland
THE European Union was accused on Saturday of causing "significant political instability" in Northern Ireland as politicians urged that a "pragmatic" solution be found.
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Third of crematoria now cater for big coffins - die fat & you might have to buy two graves
There are some restrictions when you have a bigger coffin. What happens to our bodies when we die can be something that we would rather not think about. However, for some, curiosity outweighs the feeling of not wanting to know and if the videos on YouTube with millions of views are anything to go by, it seems many of us are more curious than we might like to admit.
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Dame Joan Collins says sister Jackie ‘did the right thing’ hiding cancer diagnosis: ‘She did not want pity’
The actress revealed all on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.
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Rising inflation could cut average household incomes by £700, study suggests
Resolution Foundation urges Chancellor to cancel planned cut to Universal Credit this Autumn.
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Pilots issue mayday as data suggests UK aviation ‘worst hit by travel rules’
Balpa said the number of flights into and out of the UK has fallen by three-quarters compared to 2019.
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Younger people think older generations better educated about finance – survey
Some three-quarters of people aged 65-plus thought younger generations needed much more support to plan for their financial future.
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Outdoor civil weddings will be legal in England and Wales from next month
Law change will allow ceremonies as well as celebrations to be held outside from 1 JulyCivil wedding and partnership ceremonies will be able to take place outdoors for the first time in England and Wales from next month.Laws for approved premises, such as hotels, currently require the ceremony to take place in an approved room or permanent structure. But such venues will from 1 July be able to host the whole event outside under the move to legalise outdoor civil ceremonies. Continue reading...
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‘Cut the cliches’: How to write a great wedding speech
Wedding speeches are important, perhaps never more so than to the smaller ceremonies of the past year. Dina Gachman speaks to the pros about how to write the best speech possible
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Starmer moves top adviser to ‘strategic role’ after by-election disaster
Morgan McSweeney ‘is staying on and focusing on getting Labour election-ready for 2023,’ says party source
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Rory McIlroy within striking distance after climbing up US Open leaderboard
The Northern Irishman went around in 67 on Saturday.
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