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Coco Gauff faces Mihaela Buzarnescu in the second round at Wimbledon this afternoon. The American teenager, who fell agonisingly short in the French Open...

United Kingdom

The Home Office is being taken to court by a government-sponsored Brexit watchdog over the “unlawful” treatment of 2.5 million EU citizens in the...

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Americas

Russian President Vladimir Putin shot back at Western leaders who mocked his athletic exploits, saying they would look “disgusting” if they tried to emulate...

Sports

In Monaco, Tadej Pogacar blends into the city. He walks invisibly through the streets and potters freely around his local supermarket. Even in his...

Business

Business

Britain is to play a crucial role in the Western strategy of preventing Russia “profiteering from its war of aggression in Ukraine” through the...

Business

The UK will breach international law in order to protect its domestic steel producers, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, trade secretary told the House of Commons on...

Business

Drivers are being “taken for fools” by fuel retailers, according to the AA, as petrol and diesel prices rose for the 38th day in...

Business

The Unite union is claiming it has achieved a “game-changing” pay deal for cabin crew based at Heathrow and working for SAS Connect. In...

Business

With just two weeks’ notice, British Airways is sharply reducing its presence at London Heathrow Terminal 3 and moving two-thirds of “T3” routes to...

Business

Passenger charges at Britain’s busiest airport will fall every year up to and including 2026 under proposals published by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)....

Business

Councils will soon be forced to make “disastrous” cuts to essential services including adult social care, road repairs and bin collections as soaring costs...

Business

UK electricity and gas prices have soared this spring after regulator Ofgem revised its energy price cap. The cap, which sets the maximum amount...

Tech

Tech

A partially paralysed man has been able to feed himself through a brain-computer interface connected to a robotic arm. Researchers at Johns Hopkins Applied...

Tech

The first hydrogen and electric-powered lorry to be mass-produced in the UK has been unveiled. Start-up firm Tevva, based in Thurrock, Essex, has added...

Tech

While the world awaits the release of first images from the James Webb Space Telescope on 12 July, the Hubble Space Telescope is still...

Tech

It took more than 20 years to conceive of, design, build, test, launch, position, calibrate and commission Nasa’s James Webb Space Telescope, and on...

Tech

Apple and Google should remove TikTok from their app stores, according to one of the FCC’s commissioners. TikTok “harvests swaths of sensitive data that...

Tech

Elon Musk has suddenly stopped tweeting. It is now more than a week since the Tesla and SpaceX boss posted on the platform that...

Tech

Music fans at this year’s Glastonbury Festival used more data than ever before during the event, EE has revealed. The mobile operator said more...

Tech

The UK government has announced that artificial intelligence algorithms that come up with new technologies will not be able to patent their inventions. The...

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Entertainment

Cameron Diaz is returning to films despite announcing her retirement years ago. The star’s big break came in 1994 with Jim Carrey film The...

Entertainment

Vancouver radio station KiSS Radio 104.9 FM has reportedly been playing the censored version of Rage Against the Machine’s song “Killing in the Name”...

Entertainment

Stranger Things star Maya Hawke has said she “wouldn’t exist” if her mother Uma Thurman hadn’t gotten an abortion after becoming pregnant as a...

Entertainment

Only Murders in the Building premiered the first two episodes of its second season last night (28 June), and fans have reacted poorly to...

Entertainment

Former Love Island star Remi Lambert has claimed that unaired clashes with Jacques O’Neill “ruined” his experience on the show. Remi, a model and...

Entertainment

Love Island is back on our screens, with a new group of singletons staying in the villa and searching for love (and possibly lots...

Entertainment

Now that most fans have binged Stranger Things season four volume one, you might be wondering when the second part will come out. It...

Entertainment

ABBA’s Benny Andersson has covered Foo Fighters’ “Learn to Fly” after frontman Dave Grohl wore an Abba shirt during his guest performance with Paul...

Sports

Sports

Wimbledon 2022: Day 4 Order of Play 13:30: Katie Boulter (Gbr) v (6) Karolina Pliskova (Cze), Ricardas Berankis (Lit) v (2) Rafael Nadal (Spa),...

Sports

Home fans will be hoping to put Wednesday’s double disappointment of losing Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray behind them with six British players in...

Sports

A defiant Lee Westwood does not believe his Ryder Cup chances should be threatened by his decision to sign up to the LIV Golf...

Sports

Ireland have named their side to take on the All Blacks in Saturday’s opening Test against New Zealand. Captain Johnny Sexton will be partnered...

Sports

Quade Cooper will form an experienced half-back combination with Nic White for Australia’s series opener against England in Perth on Saturday. Cooper will play...

Sports

England’s hopes of securing victory in their one-off LV= Insurance Test with South Africa were dented by the weather as play was delayed for...

Sports

Centre Court witnessed the early departures of the two biggest home stars at Wimbledon as Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray both went out in...

Sports

Emma Raducanu shrugged off talk of pressure on her shoulders as “a joke” and insisted reaching the second round of Wimbledon was something to...