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Rare ‘Wicked’ bible that encourages adultery discovered in New Zealand

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An extremely rare bible famous for an unfortunate error that encourages adultery has been discovered in New Zealand. The 1631 “Wicked” Bible, as it has become known, omits the word “not” from its seventh commandment, ...

Euan Ferguson: Part reporter, part poet, full of wicked honesty…

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Euan should be writing this. Because it would be a better piece. It would be complete with just the right selection of sentences to sum up a mood, an artistic rhythm that takes you from paragraph to paragraph with an ...

Ragdoll review – wicked Killing Eve-style thriller will make you wriggle with joy

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You are a detective investigating Britain’s worst serial killers and a new one has just arrived. Six body parts from six different victims have been found in a deserted flat, stitched together neatly to make one hideo...

A wicked witch, an invaded pitch and a really big potato – take the Thursday quiz

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Thursday once more, and it is time to brave the triple challenge of some topical questions, some general knowledge teasers, and some very silly regular features. Will Kate Bush be the correct option this week? Will Ro...

Is young Rishi about to shunt an ageing Boris into the role of wicked queen?

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Bloodcurdling shrieks from Downing Street, where Boris Johnson recently beheld a most enraging sight in his magic mirror (bespoke handcrafted rattan, Soane, price on application). Instead of responding to his daily qu...

Something wicked this way comes: the Lord Chamberlain’s Men on tour – photo essay

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The Covid-19 pandemic has plunged theatres into a crisis of closures and cancellations that harks back to Shakespeare’s day. When London’s playhouses were forced to shut more than 400 years ago during the bubonic plag...

MPs unite to call for total ban on ‘wicked’ foie gras in the UK

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Foie gras has been served in one form or another at the banquets of the pharaohs and the court of Louis XIV. But present-day fans are losing the battle to keep foie gras on the menu in Britain, after years of campaign...