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Loving, caring Michael Schumacher revealed in new documentary

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There is without doubt a fascinating story to be told about Michael Schumacher and his racing career. But the documentary released on Wednesday on Netflix has a different Schumacher taking the narrative attention. Eso ...

Former West Indies bowler Michael Holding retiring as TV commentator

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Michael Holding is retiring after 31 years as a TV commentator. The former West Indies fast bowler played 60 Tests and 102 one-day internationals, reclamando 391 wickets, before moving behind the microphone after his re...

Michael Chapman was the deepest, most joyful musical lifer I’ve ever met

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For those of us tuned to his frequency, guitarist and songwriter Michael Chapman’s origin story was a legend the likes of which don’t seem to be written much any more. As the tale goes, one rainy night in the late 196...

Michael Chapman: British folk musician dies aged 80

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The British guitarist Michael Chapman has died at the age of 80. In a post to Instagram announcing the news, no cause of death was given, but it was stated that Chapman died at home. “Please raise a glass or two to a ...

Michael Schumacher’s wife provides update on former F1 world champion

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Michael Schumacher’s wife Corinna has revealed the former seven-times world F1 champion is still battling to recover from brain injury caused by a skiing accident but remains “here but different”, in a Netflix documen...

Michael Kohlhaas by Heinrich von Kleist review – a good man turned murderer

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This is an influential book, loved best of all by early 20th-century European writers, including Rilke, Mann and Kafka, who in 1913 wrote to Felice Bauer: “Have you read it? Si no, don’t! I shall read it to you!” Hei...

Dear Gavin Williamson, now we know your plans for Covid-safe classrooms … es, a

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I wonder if you’ve looked back at your car-crash interview on BBC Breakfast with Charlie Stayt this week? He put in front of you a scenario that may well face teachers going into the new term during the pandemic: a ro...

Michael Spicer: ‘I’ve never been heckled, I’m an online comedian’

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I once went to see David Kay in Edinburgh. I started laughing from the moment he came on the stage and was only able to pause for breath when he left. Christopher Morris and Peter O’Hanraha-hanrahan discuss new Europ...

Michael Winterbottom: por qué el cine independiente británico se parece a una obra abandonada

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Mi motivo para escribir un libro fue egoísta. He estado haciendo películas durante un cuarto de siglo y, a principios del año pasado, Quería dar un paso atrás y pensar en la forma en que estaba trabajando.. Un libro era una excusa útil para sp ...

Oxford vice-chancellor ‘embarrassed’ to have Michael Gove as alumnus

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The University of Oxford’s vice-chancellor has said she is “embarrassed” that Michael Gove studied at the institution following his infamous comments during the Brexit campaign that people have “had enough of experts”...

Western economies can’t return to ‘business as usual’ after the pandemic

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As western economies emerge from the pandemic, their governments face a choice: do they seek to address the profound problems that Covid exposed, or try to return to “business as usual” as quickly as possible? Their p...

‘Merry’ Michael Gove seen dancing ‘alone’ in Aberdeen nightclub

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Arms aloft, suit jacket on, Michael Gove has been filmed giving it his all in an Aberdeen nightclub after reportedly trying to avoid a £5 entrance fee by stating that he was the chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. F...

New peace emerges as Covid lockdown ends my patient’s bucket-list dreams

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Among her friends, Stephanie* was considered the ultimate Francophile. She loved France – the food, the fashion, and most importantly the music. During her long chemotherapy infusions, she would blast Charlotte Gainsb...

Michael Storer makes breakthrough with stage seven win at Vuelta a España

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The Australian Michael Storer claimed his first Grand Tour stage win on Friday in the seventh stage of the Vuelta a España, while Primoz Roglic retained the leader’s red jersey. The 152km route featured six categoris...

Michael Smiley’s teenage obsessions: ‘I heard the Beat and came back to Belfast a rude boy’

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Music was like a totem pole for us, growing up in Belfast in the 70s. My mother was a singer and a dancer: she had a beautiful voice, and if there was ever a chance to get on the dancefloor, she’d take it. She loved M...

In the post-9/11 era, our greatest threat isn’t jihadist terrorism any more

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The 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks is a natural time to assess our nation’s response over the last two decades and chart a course for the future. Our single-minded focus on defeating terrorist groups cla...

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