Top 10 buildings in fiction | Books

Rather as everybody supposedly thinks they have a book in them, I wonder if every novelist thinks their mind holds unbuilt architecture. I know I do. Not…

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Winter Olympics day 12: biathlon, ice hockey, curling and more – live! | Sport

8.38am GMT 08:38 Men’s curling: The ROC team have fought back against Great Britain’s men. The score is 7-6 to GB in the 10th end. 8.33am GMT…

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A moment that changed me: having a baby in lockdown nearly broke me – but it made me face my depression | Pregnancy

I discovered I was pregnant unexpectedly, in November 2019. My body quickly began to make it clear that my experience was not going to match society’s dominant…

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New Star Wars: how the TV spin-offs became more The Phantom Menace than The Empire Strikes Back | Television

Fans of the original Star Wars trilogy, your time is up. Remember when you knew that the one true set of works based in a galaxy far,…

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‘We can do better,’ says Guardiola after Manchester City dismantle Sporting | Champions League

Pep Guardiola declared Manchester City’s 5-0 demolition of Sporting the “dream result” but insisted his team can play even better after they emphatically put one foot into…

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Sudoku 5,545 medium

Click here to access the print version. Fill the grid so that every row, every column and every 3×3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9. Continue…

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Devil’s Advocate review – a mind-boggling tale of a real-life grifter | Television

We are all post-reality and post-truth now. We live as easily online as we do in meatspace. Rumour flies a million times round the world and is…

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Share your best carnival memories from around the world to win a holiday voucher | Travel

Pancake Day may have survived unscathed, but most of the world’s great pre-lenten carnivals and mardi gras were cancelled in 2020 and ’21 because of the pandemic….

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The Forest review – Florian Zeller’s infidelity tale is masterfully executed | Stage

Florian Zeller’s brand of psychological theatre in which fractured inner states are expressed through form is undeniably slick. Like his Oscar-winning film, The Father (adapted from his…

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UK pay growth lags behind inflation as cost of living squeeze bites – business live | Business

UK wage growth picked up in January as job vacancies hit a new record high, but pay failed to keep pace with the highest inflation rate for…

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