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That fake text message you got saying you had a parcel from Royal Mail or DPD, a Covid test on the NHS, or a tax refund from HMRC is probably from a video gamer lured into crime

The Underground Railroad, the TV event of the year, has arrived. Its director Barry Jenkins talks to Jonathan Dean about what America wants to forget

"We all love the big screen. It is where we fell in love with the movies. But there are alternatives now. Is it time to move on?"

Britain’s green spaces have never been so popular. Are we finally at one with nature — or using and abusing it?

Interview 🎙️ | “My words have failed me many times in the past, and I do not assume that they won’t yet again," says Seth Rogen.

An undercover investigation by The Sunday Times and @C4Dispatches : Prince Michael of Kent is alleged to be secretly selling his privileged access to Vladimir Putin’s Russian regime to business clients seeking favours from the Kremlin#Royalsforhire 

“The truth is, in the immediate aftermath of a break-up, we often hold on to our connections with friends and family members of our ex as a way of holding on to the relationship,” says @dollyalderton 

"I’ve definitely changed the way I use social media since having a baby. Being upset all day by external stuff isn’t fair on her" Rachel Riley on the conundrum of battling trolls and being a calm new mum

“I wonder if you’re focusing on your future relationship with your ex's daughters to avoid thinking about the end of your relationship with him.” | @dollyalderton 

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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

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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Johnson has told friends that he needs to earn about £300,000 a year — twice his salary — to keep his head above water, while a former No 10 insider said it was “received wisdom” that he is permanently broke.

An undercover investigation can disclose that Prince Michael of Kent is alleged to be secretly selling his privileged access to Vladimir Putin’s Russian regime to business clients seeking favours from the Kremlin#Royalsforhire 

Doctors and scientists are racing to solve the medical mystery of long Covid, and with good reason If the first act of the pandemic was the tragic death toll, the second act is rapidly becoming one of the most pervasive health crises of the modern age

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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Medical researchers have been surprised by how dramatic the effect of friendship really is — not just for our happiness but also for our health, wellbeing and even how long we live. We do not cope well with isolation

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