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Consultation launched on regulating UK’s buy now, pay later credit industry

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Tighter regulation of the buy now, pay later credit industry is on the way, though the government has concluded there is “relatively limited evidence” of widespread consumer harm. The comment, in a new document from t...

We don’t live in isolation. Our ancestors’ trauma can affect our health generations later

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If there is one patient who has opened my eyes to my own cognitive bias and who has helped me to recognise the profound effect of the past on a person’s health, it is my patient Arama*. “Hey, what’s up, doc?” says Ara...

Eight years and 2m arachnids later, spider silk fabrics go on show in London

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Tropical female spiders are the size of a child’s hand, they can eat their puny male relatives for lunch and produce extraordinary golden silk that can be made into textiles like nothing else on the planet. That is th...

One in seven children with Covid still suffering three months later – study

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Up to one in seven children who test positive for coronavirus could still have symptoms linked to the disease three months later, according to a study that suggests the prevalence of long Covid in young people is lowe...

First commercial rocket due to be launched from Australia later in 2021

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Australia’s first commercial rocket launch will take place in South Australia this year, after receiving approval from the federal government. Australian space company Southern Launch will send a Taiwanese rocket into...

Woman condemned in Salem witch trials on verge of pardon 328 years later

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More than three centuries after a Massachusetts woman was convicted of witchcraft and sentenced to death, she’s finally on the verge of being exonerated – thanks to a curious eighth-grade civics class. State senator D...

Martin Amis: ‘Style isn’t something you apply later’

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Martin Amis, 71, is the author of 15 novels, two story collections and seven works of nonfiction, including a memoir, Experience. His latest book, Inside Story, out in paperback, is a “novelised autobiography”, loosel...

1,300 Scotland fans who travelled to London later tested positive for Covid

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Nearly 1,300 Scotland fans who travelled to London to watch their team play England on 18 June later tested positive for coronavirus, with a total of almost 2,000 football-related cases emerging from Test and Protect ...

The case for Brexit was built on lies. Five years later, deceit is routine in our politics

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After five years, the biggest casualties of Brexit are in plain sight. Integrity and decency in public life are crumbling. Because so much of the case for Brexit is false, the political modus operandi of the Brexiters...

CCTV of sisters later found stabbed to death in London park played in court

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Video of two sisters walking into a park where they were to be repeatedly stabbed and killed has been played in court. Danyal Hussein, 19, is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of stabbing Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole ...

Tulsa race massacre a century later: wounds still open and weeping

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The full-page advert in a special Black History edition of USA Today presents a technicolor vision of modern-day Tulsa, with sparkling images of public parks and brightly-painted murals celebrating the local Black com...

You want to go on holiday abroad and pay later … but be aware of the risks

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We are now free to go on holiday, but it will cost us. As the government unveiled the list of countries British holidaymakers can go to without having to quarantine on their return, demand jumped. This, combined with ...

‘Buy now, pay later services’ are helping to create a new generation of debtors

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I opened a PayPal credit account in January which I use to buy things secretly on the internet, usually in the dead of night. My purchases are small and mad but they are also aspirational: a miniature gong; a leopard-...

Second chance: clock stopped after Japan tsunami starts ticking a decade later

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For almost 10 years, the clock hanging in Bunshun Sakano’s temple was a reminder of the day nature’s force came close to destroying his community. The clock, which is thought to be about 100 years old, stopped ticking...

Remembering Roberto Baggio’s greatest goal 20 years later

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It’s two weeks before the start of the 2000-01 Serie A season and Roberto Baggio is without a club and training alone in Caldogno, his quaint home town to the north of Vicenza. The 33-year-old had left Inter following...

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