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And then there were two: novel thought to have inspired Agatha Christie gets UK publication

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A group of guests are invited to a party but, when they arrive, their mysterious host tells them by broadcast that they will all die by morning. This is not in fact the well-known plot of Agatha Christie’s And Then Th...

‘Reading her books in lockdown made me feel safe’: why I’m saving to holiday like Agatha Christie

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A stay at Burgh Island Hotel feels like leaving the modern world behind and going back in time, says Laura Horton. “When you’re there it’s like you’re in a time warp," lei dice. The art deco hotel was hugely popular d...

Bridget Christie: Ritual Britain made me proud to be British

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I’m Bridget Christie, a comedian, but I don’t just see comedy. Last weekend I went to a spellbinding exhibition of British folk art called Ritual Britain, set perfectly in London’s atmospheric Crypt Gallery in the bow...

Linford Christie: Britain’s fastest ever sprinter on race, patriotism and persistence

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Linford Christie’s Olympic training unwittingly began many years before he began to take over the world, 100 metres at a time. As a child, he spent seven formative years in Jamaica’s most populous parish, St Andrew, w ...

Chris Christie joins New York Mets’ board of directors under Steve Cohen

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Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor and adviser to US president Donald Trump, has joined the board of directors of the New York Mets. Christie, 58, was New Jersey’s governor from January 2010 to January 20...

‘Wagatha Christieheading for libel trial in autumn despite legal costs

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Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy’s “Wagatha Christie” libel battle is heading for a high-profile trial this autumn, despite a judge urging the pair to settle the case as soon as possible to reduce their “extraordinaril...