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Don't Let Off Shoplifters Who Are Stealing To Eat, Minister Tells Police

The policing minister, Kit Malthouse, has disputed the suggestion of the chief inspector of constabulary, Andy Cooke, that the cost of living crisis would trigger an increase in crime.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Fury As Johnson Escapes Partygate With Single Fine

Whitehall party inquiry ends with 126 penalty notices. Civil servants and advisers angered by police conclusions

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Insomniacs In England To Be Prescribed App Therapy Rather Than Pills

Hundreds of thousands of people struggling to sleep are to be offered treatment via an app instead of sleeping pills in the biggest shake-up of guidelines for insomnia in decades.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Russia Claims 771 More Troops Have 'Surrendered' At Azovstal Plant In Mariupol

The Russian defence ministry said that 80 soldiers who surrendered in the past day were wounded and were being treated in hospitals in the Russian-held cities of Novoazovsk and Donetsk.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

South Africa Accused Of 'Silence' Over Murder Of Man In Libya

Anton Hammerl was killed in an incident in May 2011 during which other journalists, including James Foley - who was later kidnapped and beheaded by Islamic State in Syria were taken prisoner.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Spurs' Ubogagu banned for doping violation

The Tottenham and England forward Chioma Ubogagu has apologised after she was suspended from football for nine months for taking a banned substance.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

McIlroy enjoys 'great start' but Woods left limping in his wake

Tiger Woods was suffering enough without being afforded front-row viewing as Rory McIlroy raced into the lead at the 104th staging of the US PGA Championship.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

James's book tops bestseller chart before publication

Pre-orders of Deborah James's second book have soared within days of it becoming available.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

UK 'has opportunity to be world leader in lab-grown meat'

Britain could become a world leader in cultured meat production post Brexit by outflanking the EU to bring the hi-tech products to market swiftly, industry leaders say.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Rapper Dave named songwriter of the year at Ivor Novello awards

Dave has been crowned songwriter of the year and Sam Fender has picked up his first prize at the Ivor Novello awards, which celebrate Britain's best songwriters and composers.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

'Now we get hit too' Payback attacks fuel unease in Russia's border cities

The sounds of war have become louder in Belgorod, a mid-sized Russian city about 25 miles from the border with Ukraine. And the blasts are more frequent.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Marshall-style plan needed to rebuild Ukraine, says Buttigieg

A leading figure in the Biden administration has backed a recovery programme for Ukraine in the style of the plan that helped rebuild Europe after the second world war.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Double life Bobbi-Anne McLeod killer's quiet Ted Bundy obsession

In the early evening of Saturday 20 November last year, 18-year-old Bobbi-Anne McLeod told her father, Adrian, she loved him and left the family home in Plymouth to catch a bus, planning to meet her boyfriend.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

From Douglas to Stanley: towns given city status in jubilee competition

Doncaster, Milton Keynes and Stanley in the Falkland Islands have been awarded city status approved by the Queen in a competition as part of the platinum jubilee celebrations, the Cabinet Office has announced.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Dorries: 'I share a Netflix account with four other households'

Nadine Dorries shares her Netflix account with four other households, including her mother's, she has told MPs, calling the streaming service an "incredibly generous system".

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

'Abuse and ridicule': QC tells of Vardy's ordeal as libel trial ends

Rebekah Vardy demanded "substantial damages" from Coleen Rooney after enduring "public abuse and ridicule on a massive scale", as the "Wagatha Christie" libel hearing finished at the high court yesterday.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Analysis A reprieve for the PM, but his fate could be sealed already

The prime minister had been telling colleagues for weeks that he believed he would receive no further fines for breaching Covid rules, but many saw it as little more than typical Johnsonian bluster.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Climate emergency blamed after France runs out of dijon mustard

The climate change and rising costs are causing supermarkets in France to run out of dijon mustard, raising questions over whether the shortage could spread to other countries.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

'Amazing but surreal': reality still dawning for winners of UK's biggest lottery jackpot

But on what Jess said was a "normal husband-and-wife grumpy morning" on Wednesday 11 May, the couple's lives and their dreams for the future were changed.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Pollutants 'worsening obesity epidemic'

Chemical pollution in the environment is supersizing the global obesity epidemic, according to a major scientific review.

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The Guardian
May 20, 2022

Alliance Sweden And Finland Submit Requests To Join Nato

Sweden and Finland formally submitted their applications to join Nato yesterday, but Turkey blocked an early move to fast-track the Nordic countries' requests, demanding they extradite "terrorists" and that the alliance respect its concerns.

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Cannes Serious Cruise Sets The Critics Swooning

Cannes is the only place that loves Hollywood more than Hollywood loves itself; it certainly loves to showcase colossal personal appearances by the iconic names, linked to a big, unjudgmental screening of his or her latest innocent-pleasure movie.

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Police Chief Warns Of Surge In Crime As Cost Of Living Crisis Fuels Poverty

The cost of living crisis will trigger an increase in crime and officers should use "discretion" when deciding whether to prosecute people who steal in order to eat, the new chief inspector of constabulary has said.

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Singer Attacks Mental Health Waiting Lists

The lead singer of New Order has attacked "ludicrous" NHS waiting lists for mental health support, as he spoke out about his anguish at being unable to help his former bandmate Ian Curtis in the days before he took his own life, aged 23, 42 years ago.

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Soldiers From Azovstal Sent To Donetsk Prison Colony, Moscow Says

More than 900 Ukrainian troops who were at Mariupol's besieged Azovstal steel plant have been sent to a prison colony in Russian-controlled territory, Moscow has said, as their fate remains uncertain.

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

The Next Few Months Will Be Tough, Says Chancellor As He Vows To Cut Tax For Business

Rishi Sunak has vowed to cut taxes for business in his autumn budget, as the Treasury continues to weigh up how to tackle the cost of living after it was revealed yesterday that prices are rising at the fastest rate for 40 years.

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Shell boss faces investor revolt over £13.5m pay package

The chief executive of Shell is facing an investor revolt over his £13.5m pay packet as oil and gas firms battle growing calls for a windfall tax on their profits.

1 min read
The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Pub firms were lockdown losers but can adapt to tough trading times and the rising cost of living

Investors are now underestimating the ability of the likes of M&B and Marston's to adapt to tough trading conditions

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Cup final 'not first time' Christensen pulled out

Thomas Tuchel has opened up on Andreas Christensen withdrawing from Chelsea's FA Cup final defeat by Liverpool on the morning of the game, claiming it was not the first time the defender had pulled out of a match at short notice.

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The Guardian
May 19, 2022

Guardiola eyes £35m move for Brighton's Cucurella

Manchester City could try to sign Brighton's Marc Cucurella this summer as they attempt to solve their concerns at left-back.

1 min read
The Guardian
May 19, 2022

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