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July 2018 articles

Extra-time heartbreak saw England crash out against Croatia on Wednesday – but the Three Lions’ World Cup isn’t quite over [...]

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WITH ante post favourite and last year’s winner Harry Angel ruled out through injury, the betting on tomorrow’s Darley July [...]

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SOME performances on the racecourse simply take your breath away – and that was certainly the case when Alpha Centauri bounded [...]

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As the world’s football teams have been battling out for supremacy at the World Cup, so have the major equity markets been [...]

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Burberry has always had celebrity fans, but with the appointment of its new creative director Riccardo Tisci it gained the backing [...]

12 July
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Will Theresa May face a leadership challenge before the Conservative party conference in October? [...]

12 July
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London is a fascinating, open, ever-evolving and polyglot city. We are intelligent but curious, a haven of knowledge and tradition, [...]

12 July
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The City of London (which I represent as a common councillor for Bishopsgate) has launched a new campaign – “Plastic-Free [...]

12 July
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As I begin a two-day visit to London, I come with two main messages as the French minister of state attached to the minister [...]

12 July
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A business school isn’t where you’d expect to meet a famous rapper. But it is 2018, and stranger things have happened. [...]

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Just as our home is more than a roof over our head, the place where we work is more than just an office. Historically, the work [...]

12 July
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England and India, as their No1 and No2 rankings would suggest, are very evenly-matched one-day sides. [...]

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This week, car maker Nissan said it found emissions and fuel economy data had been falsified at some of its factories in Japan. [...]

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The UK government and parliament are fast approaching another of those thankfully rare historical episodes that are either nation-affirming [...]

11 July
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Is it time to increase spending on public services, as the British Social Attitudes survey suggests? [...]

11 July
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