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IVF clinics selling ineffective “add-on” treatments face fines as part of the biggest shake-up of fertility laws in 30 years.

Last November The New York Times described @yogawithadriene  as the “reigning queen of pandemic yoga”. 🧘‍♀️ Behind the scenes, however, she was reaching burnout.

From March 2020 to March 2021 her videos were watched an incredible 300 million times (they’ve had more than one billion views since she launched the channel). Benji, her docile speckled grey dog, is often seen snoozing in the background.

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The yoga guru is very aware that, in the west, yoga is a wealthy white woman’s space. “We need to do better,” she keeps saying. Read the full interview:

Coronavirus analysis: Britons’ willingness to follow rules could be pushed to breaking point

“Adoption began as a dream for us, but turned into a nightmare. Why was the system so geared up to take our son into care, and not help us keep him at home?”

The carbon footprint of your tree is far more complicated than ‘fake bad, fir good’

The Queen will feel “sadness” and the Prince of Wales “a twinge of regret” as Barbados cuts ties with the monarchy this week, becoming the world’s newest republic after centuries of British rule.

At one point in the new series of Selling Sunset, Christine Quinn is more or less forced to go to a “mindset coach”to stop her slagging people off. But instead of “closing the door to drama, for once and for all”, we only discover more.

"We've put our name on the first page of this new history book. But I want to be there on page two, as well” @LauraKenny31  and @_katiearchibald  came first in the inaugural madison in Tokyo – and are already focusing on Paris 2024 #SportswomenOfTheYear 

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Boris Johnson skipped five Cobra meetings on the virus, calls to order protective gear were ignored and scientists’ warnings fell on deaf ears Failings in February may have cost thousands of lives

The Sunday Times has obtained a copy of the government's classified 'Yellowhammer' report on the chaos expected after a no-deal Brexit. Find out how Whitehall is preparing for food and medicine shortages, transport disruption and civil unrest in our comprehensive coverage.

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Exclusive: Thousands of ethnic minority patients who died from Covid-19 might have survived were it not for racial bias in medical equipment Now, the US and UK plan to overhaul international medical standards and test equipment on all races

One day there will inevitably be an inquiry into the lack of preparations during those “lost” five weeks There will be questions about when politicians understood the severity of the threat, what the scientists told them and why so little was done to equip the NHS

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Exclusive: The Conservative Party has been accused of abusing the honours system by systematically offering seats in the House of Lords to a select group of multi-millionaire donors who pay £3million to the party

It follows research showing that oximeters – which monitor oxygen levels in the blood and are used to assess whether Covid patients need life-saving treatment – are less accurate on people with darker skin

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