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Britain’s Covid-era university students may suffer ‘impostor syndrome’

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New students are more likely to suffer “impostor syndrome” because they have won their place at university on the back of teacher-assessed A-level grades and not exams, a new study has warned. Undergraduates arriving ...

Britain’s hopes of early post-Brexit trade deal with US appear dashed

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Britain’s hopes of a post-Brexit trade deal with the US have all but evaporated barring a dramatic change of heart from Joe Biden, it emerged on Tuesday as Boris Johnson held face-to-face talks in the White House. Joh...

Britain’s energy crisis has been years in the making, thanks to the Conservatives

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Rocketing heating bills owing to dramatic gas price rises are just the latest chapter in Britain’s mounting cost of living crisis. From food price-hikes to increasing transport costs, this new bout of inflation is hit...

Tuesday briefing: Britain’s winter power struggle

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Morning everyone. I’m Martin Farrer and these are the top stories today. Britain faces a winter of discontent thanks to rising household costs, No 10 has been warned, as firms said the energy price shock could trigge...

Britain’s public sector is paying the price for the government’s consultancy habit

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When he was leader of the opposition, David Cameron did not mince his criticism of the Labour government’s dependency on consultancy companies. Speaking in 2008, he lambasted how, “for the last decade or so, in the na...

Global Britain’s cheerleaders may have to live with lasting damage to exports

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It came as a little surprise to anyone in the UK’s logistics industry or at its ports when the government announced its decision to delay – for the second time in a little over six months – the introduction of post-Br...

Britain’s equality watchdog ‘colluding in denial of institutional racism’

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A former employee of Britain’s equality watchdog has accused it of failing to support the human rights of ethnic minorities and colluding in the denial of structural and institutional racism. In an email sent to colle...

Britain’s broadcast media is too valuable to be the toy of politicians and moguls

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Britain’s stubborn attachment to non-Tory values infuriates and worries Conservative politicians to equal degree. Yes, there is a suspicion of immigration or welfare cheats and an attachment to law and order they can ...

Lizzie Deignan still Britain’s best hope at Road World Championships

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Great Britain will field some of their strongest teams ever for the Road World Championships this coming week in Flanders. The squads are bursting with youthful talents such as the Olympic gold medallist Tom Pidcock a...

Britain’s last coal power stations to be paid huge sums to keep lights on

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Owners of the UK’s last remaining coal power stations are in line to be paid record sums to keep the lights on as energy prices reach fresh highs, and could be pushed even higher by lower wind power. Coal plants have ...

Emma Raducanu could become Britain’s first billion-dollar sport star

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Most fledging British stars spend years trying to crack America. Emma Raducanu did it in three giddy weeks. And such was the skill and breathtaking scale of her first grand slam victory – which ended with her blitzing...

Labour party pledges ethical core to Britain’s foreign policy

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The Labour party on Sunday pledged to end what it calls the Conservative government’s “corporate-centred approach” to trade and rebuild policy around protecting workers’ rights and interests both in the UK and abroad....

Britain’s imperial legacy in spotlight of Baillie Gifford non-fiction prize

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Sathnam Sanghera’s exploration of Britain’s imperial past, Empireland, a bestseller that is being donated to secondary schools across the UK, has made it on to the longlist for the UK’s top non-fiction award, the Bail...

How a racist taunt prompted me to reclaim Britain’s countryside

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I was sitting on a stage inside a tent recently, surrounded by the mountains and valleys of the beautiful Brecon Beacons national park, and gazing out into a sea of hundreds of faces – audience members, mostly silhoue...

Wout van Aert times run to perfection to claim Tour of Britain’s opening stage

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Bodmin, Paris and Tokyo have shared at least one experience this summer: the Wout van Aert juggernaut has rolled into town and made a lasting impression. Six weeks after taking the Olympic silver medal in the Olympic ...

Was Afghanistan Britain’s worst failure since Suez? It’s a comforting fiction

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The withdrawal from Afghanistan and the country’s subsequent collapse to the Taliban is Britain’s “biggest foreign policy failure since Suez” according to Tom Tugendhat, chair of the Commons foreign affairs committee ...

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