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UK orders China to close secret police stations in Britain

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...The security minister Tom Tugendhat told MPs that officials had completed an inquiry into four sites secretly set up in Glasgow, Belfast, Croydon... ...and Hendon, north London.... ...those who have left China and sought safety and freedom in the UK”.... ...Tugendhat said the Chinese embassy had not sought permission to establish the stations and that their presence “will have worried and intimidated...

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Liang Wenbo and Li Hang banned for life for match fixing

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...Liang Wenbo and Li Hang banned for life for match fixing Two Chinese snooker players have been banned for life and eight others given lengthy suspensions... ...Those banned include the 2021 UK champion Zhao Xintong, 26, who remained in Britain for last month"s disciplinary hearings while the other nine returned... ...Another leading player on the world tour, 22-year-old former Masters champion Yan Bingtao, has been handed a five-year ban.... ...An investigation by The Times in January revealed...

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The Flash review — a great big multiverse misadventure

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...It's Michael Keaton"s Batman!"”... ...★★☆☆☆The past ain't what it used to be in this gargantuan trove of pointlessness from Warner Bros, a film built almost entirely upon callbacks to... ...This time fleet-footed wiseacre Barry Allen, aka the Flash (Ezra Miller), is zapping through time and alternate realities to save his dead mum and... ...mentor his younger self (also Miller)....

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This Is the Kit: the band who served me pop and pasties in Penzance

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...the band who served me pop and pasties in Penzance Will Hodgkinson meets the group who sold out the Albert Hall as they play an iconic Cornish venue... ...Back in 1929 a practical but artistic sort called Rowena Cade had a dream of carving an amphitheatre into her cliffside garden near Penzance, Cornwall... ...Generations of Cornish locals and holidaymakers have been braving sea sprays and piles-inducing stone seats to experience the outdoor theatrical...

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Novak Djokovic is two wins from greatness after comeback win

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...History moved ever closer for Novak Djokovic who once again showed faith in his ability to prevail over the best of five sets.... ...The 36-year-old Serbian great kept his composure at a set down to Karen Khachanov and battled back to move to within only two wins of a record 23rd... ...In a spot of bother heading into the second-set tie-break against the No 11 seed, Djokovic suddenly took the bull by the horns....

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Drag queen story time opens new chapter in culture wars

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...Miss Lossie Mouth, played by a teacher, John Campbell, will read to children and their parents from books including Zee Zee the Zebra, about a foal... ...Douglas Ross, the Scottish Conservative leader and MP and MSP for Moray, said he had raised objections about the event with the council, which is...

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Bournemouth beach: boat trips suspended after deaths

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...Joe Abbess, 17, from Southampton, and Sunnah Khan, 12, from High Wycombe, drowned and eight others were treated by paramedics last Wednesday.... ...Dorset police have impounded the pleasure cruiser Dorset Belle at its berth in Poole harbour....

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The Times Daily Quiz: Tuesday June 6, 2023

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...Tuesday June 6, 2023 1 Which English city is home to George Harrison Close, Ringo Starr Drive and Paul McCartney Way?... ...6 Who was the first openly lesbian person to become poet laureate?... ...8 Premiered in 1918, which suite by Gustav Holst was originally named Seven Pieces for Large Orchestra?...

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Shell to exit home retail energy business in Britain, Germany and the ...

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...Shell to exit home retail energy business in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands Shell is the latest company to exit the domestic electricity and... ...The operation employs around 2,000 people -- 1,400 on the Shell payroll and the rest...

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Real Madrid to target Kai Havertz if move for Harry Kane falls through

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...Real Madrid are ready to make a move for Chelsea"s Kai Havertz as they look to replenish their forward options after the surprise exit of Karim Benzema... ...Real have identified Harry Kane as their priority target to replace Benzema this summer but Havertz has already been discussed as a cheaper and younger... ...Real have their eye on making a fresh move for Kylian Mbappé, or even Erling Haaland, next year....

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