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July 2017 articles

This week, the government released its Tobacco Control Plan. [...]

21 July
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Plays that operate in their own register tend to be divisive. Like last year’s A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing at the Young Vic, [...]

20 July
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From £850,000 for a three bed, from £1.295m for a five bed [...]

20 July
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In 2013, after ISIS took control of Raqqa, a group of citizen journalists began secretly recording and publishing their activities. [...]

20 July
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The Tate Modern’s vast new performance space has brought the fleshy mass of live human bodies to the forefront of the London [...]

20 July
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The most striking thing about Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is the speed at which the mundanity of war becomes the horror of [...]

20 July
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The original Splatoon on Wii U was a remarkable and fresh take on team-based shooters, with players taking the role of teenagers [...]

19 July
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Edinburgh conjures up many images and emotions – from its landmarks and geography, architecture, history and role as muse, [...]

19 July
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After another unsuccessful Irish fishing trip I nipped into the woods for an hour or so as it looked very mushroomy. Success: [...]

18 July
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We bring you the best places to eat during office hours around London’s busy working hubs. This week, Jamavar, 8 Mount Street, [...]

18 July
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The Mercedes-AMG G63 is a 571hp, £135,950 contradiction in terms. This rugged, body-on-frame 4x4 was first conceived as a military [...]

17 July
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The southern African nation of Mozambique boasts one of the continent’s longest coastlines. It stretches for two and a half [...]

14 July
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The weekend: Better known as a sprawling metropolis and financial services hub, Singapore has plenty to offer business travellers [...]

14 July
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The West End, the Southbank, Shoreditch and now... Woolwich? Could this south east London suburb be the new place you head to [...]

14 July
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To some, a mews is the embodiment of the English house in town: cottage-like, surrounded by cobbled streets with easy parking, [...]

14 July
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