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In 2019, Richard Coles’ partner, David, died following a battle with alcoholism. Now, disillusioned with the Church of England, Britain’s favourite vicar is retiring – and becoming a novelist. He talks to @caitlinmoran  👇

The last defenders of Mariupol have been taken to a Russian prison colony where they face trial as “Nazi war criminals”

The UK is considering supporting a special international tribunal to try President Putin for the war in Ukraine, Liz Truss has said

On today's #Storiesofourtimes  podcast, @BrunoBrussels  and @DAaronovitch  tackle a tough question raised by some EU leaders: 'have we been living on the cheap?' 🎧 Listen here 👇

"Legally, things are looking . . . well, a lot like Gemma Collins’s face, heading for the ice. But this is only the start of Vardy’s problems" | ✍️ @caitlinmoran 

She’s famous for playing sensible women. But in her new film, Emma Thompson plays a widow who has never had an orgasm — until she books a young escort

Spain will allow unvaccinated holidaymakers to enter the country “within days”, the country’s tourism minister has said

Three decades ago, the Queen was officially the wealthiest person in the UK. Now it’s a very different picture

People who have unprotected direct contact with monkeypox cases should self-isolate for 21 days and work from home


🔺 EXCLUSIVE: Two different outfits have been sent to kill the Ukrainian president — mercenaries of the Kremlin-backed Wagner group and Chechen special forces. Both have been thwarted by anti-war elements within Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB)

President Zelensky has survived at least three assassination attempts in the past week, The Times has learnt

The Japanese government has privately concluded that the Tokyo Olympics will have to be cancelled because of the coronavirus, and the focus is now on securing the Games for the city in the next available year, 2032

Jen Psaki, one of the most recognisable faces of the Biden administration, passed a milestone this week — she notched up more White House briefings than were held during the entire Trump presidency

The volume of raw sewage being dumped into rivers will remain hidden after the government rejected a recommendation by MPs that water companies should be required to measure it