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Blackmail danger after foreign state hacks MPs

MPs and peers have been warned that they face blackmail threats after hackers working for a foreign state launched a brute force attackon the parliamentary computer system. More than 10,000 people who work in Westminster were told to change their passwords after a sustained and determinedeffort by hackers sought to break into sensitive email accounts. MPs lost...MPs and peers have been warned that they face blackmail threats after hackers working for a...MPs and peers have been warned that they face blackmail threats after hackers working for a...

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Ministers wantSpreadsheet Philas caretaker PM

Philip Hammond is being lined up to replace Theresa May as prime minister as part of an alliance with David Davis to...Philip Hammond is being lined up to replace Theresa May as prime minister as part of an alliance with David Davis to deliver Brexit safely. Ministers said this weekend that Hammond should be anointed as leader before Octobers party conference provided he vows to stand down after two years so that someone else can...Philip Hammond is being lined up to replace Theresa May as prime minister as part of an alliance with David Davis to deliver...

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Glasto raves withJaggerCorbyn

They may have bought their tickets on the promise of seeing Radiohead and Ed Sheeran, but the Glastonbury festival masses succumbed yesterday to a frenzied outbreak of Corbyn­mania. Jeremy Corbyn, the newly dear Labour leader, arrived in a...They may have bought their tickets on the promise of seeing Radiohead and Ed Sheeran, but the...They may have bought their tickets on the promise of seeing Radiohead and Ed Sheeran, but the...

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Citys no-go area for women trips up Paris Olympics bid

Sipping a coffee in one of the few cafes where she still feels safe, a small, blonde woman who asked to be known as Laurence said: They called me fascist, racist and bourgeois.” Her offence was to start an online petition, Womenan endangered species in the heart of Paris”, that has attracted...Sipping a coffee in one of the few cafes where she still feels safe, a small, blonde woman who asked to be known as Laurence said: They called me fascist, racist and bourgeois.” Her offence was to start an online petition, Womenan endangered species in the heart of Paris”, that has attracted...Sipping a coffee in one of the few cafes where she still feels safe, a small, blonde woman who asked to be known as Laurence...

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Giddy romance gets Eiffel Tower kissoff

It will be more efficient but less romantic to visit the Eiffel Tower after this summer. The days when penniless lovers could stroll hand in hand beneath its 1,063ft of steel then go up it on a giddy whim are gone for good. The Paris authorities are switching 80% of ticket sales to the internet and raising the price of on-the-spot tickets...It will be more efficient but less romantic to visit the Eiffel Tower after this summer. The days when penniless lovers could stroll hand in hand beneath its 1,063ft of steel then go up it on a giddy whim are gone for good. The Paris authorities are switching 80% of ticket sales to the internet and raising the price of on-the-spot tickets...It will be more efficient but less romantic to visit the Eiffel Tower after this summer. The days when penniless lovers could...

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Scores killed as oil tanker crashes in Pakistan

At least 148 people have died, including children, after an oil tanker overturned and burst into flames today on a highway in Pakistan. The death toll could rise further as another 50 people are still in critical condition while dozens of others suffered injuries, rescuers said. The tanker, which was carrying about...At least 148 people have died, including children, after an oil tanker overturned and burst into...At least 148 people have died, including children, after an oil tanker overturned and burst into...

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Atten-shun! Draft dodger Trump lets marinesrun the country

Pausing during a sombre walk around the imposing Camp Lejeune memorial to the Vietnam war dead, Tom Theiss reflected on an unprecedented moment in the history of the US Marine Corps. The marines are running the country,” said this proud father of...Pausing during a sombre walk around the imposing Camp Lejeune memorial to the Vietnam war dead...Pausing during a sombre walk around the imposing Camp Lejeune memorial to the Vietnam war dead...

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New Zealand too fast and too furious

Lions struggled to match All Blackspace and must learn to dictate a game

The Lions are on the horns of a dilemma. If they play with as much attacking fluency as they did for much of yesterdays match they open the way for New Zealand to cut them to pieces. If they strip back their game and attempt to take all tempo out of the match they will be criticised on all sides...The Lions are on the horns of a dilemma. If they play with as much attacking fluency as they did for much of yesterdays match they open the way for New Zealand to cut them to pieces. If they strip back their game and attempt to take all tempo out of the match they will be criticised on all sides...The Lions are on the horns of a dilemma. If they play with as much attacking fluency as they did for much of yesterdays match...

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Gatland accuses All Blacks of dangerous charge-downs

Warren Gatland will ask the referees to clamp down on the All Blacksdangerousharassment of Conor Murrays kicking game. The Lions head will raise the matter in a midweek meeting with the referees after claiming that the All Blacks were deliberately diving at Murrays standing leg whenever he launched a box kick in yesterdays 30-15...Warren Gatland will ask the referees to clamp down on the All Blacksdangerousharassment of Conor Murrays kicking game. The Lions head will raise the matter in a midweek meeting with the referees after claiming that the All Blacks were deliberately diving at Murrays standing leg whenever he launched a box kick in yesterdays 30-15...Warren Gatland will ask the referees to clamp down on the All Blacksdangerousharassment of Conor Murrays kicking game.

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Hamilton claims pole with stunning late lap

There was probably as much relief as elation for Lewis Hamilton as he secured pole position for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. It came a day after suffered serious problems getting his Mercedes balanced around the low-grip street circuit and when it had looked as if he might have been set for another difficult weekend...There was probably as much relief as elation for Lewis Hamilton as he secured pole position for...There was probably as much relief as elation for Lewis Hamilton as he secured pole position for...

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India off to a flyer as England beaten

Tycoon goes shopping for stake in Hammerson

Peel boss Whittakers swoop on FTSE 100 rival fuels talk of bid

A secretive property billionaire has amassed a significant stake in Hammerson, the FTSE 100 owner of shopping centres such as Brent Cross in London and Grand Central in Birmingham. John Whittaker, who developed the Trafford Centre near Manchester, has built a 4.6% stake in Hammerson through his...A secretive property billionaire has amassed a significant stake in Hammerson, the FTSE 100 owner of shopping centres such as Brent Cross in London and Grand Central in Birmingham. John Whittaker, who developed the Trafford Centre near Manchester, has built a 4.6% stake in Hammerson through his...A secretive property billionaire has amassed a significant stake in Hammerson, the FTSE 100 owner of shopping centres such as...

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Barclays bill for Staveley lawsuit could hit £1.2bn

Barclays could face a £1.2bn hit from its legal battle with a City dealmaker who advised on its multibillion-pound rescue at the height of the financial crisis. The potential cost of the civil claim brought by Amanda Staveley is growing by millions of pounds a month because of interest. Staveley alleges that Barclays paid her too little...Barclays could face a £1.2bn hit from its legal battle with a City dealmaker who advised on its multibillion-pound rescue at the height of the financial crisis. The potential cost of the civil claim brought by Amanda Staveley is growing by millions of pounds a month because of interest. Staveley alleges that Barclays paid her too little...Barclays could face a £1.2bn hit from its legal battle with a City dealmaker who advised on its multibillion-pound rescue at...

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MoD blasts Lockheed over Warrior tank delay

The boss of US defence giant Lockheed Martin has been given a dressing down by the MoD over spiralling costs and delays on a £1bn contract to upgrade Britains tanks. Lockheed was hired almost six years ago to overhaul and fit new gun turrets to Britains ageing fleet of Warriors, which have served in the Gulf...The boss of US defence giant Lockheed Martin has been given a dressing down by the MoD over...The boss of US defence giant Lockheed Martin has been given a dressing down by the MoD over...

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Retiredand still paying off the mortgage

More and more of us are having to take out 30, 35 or even 40-year loans, but there are risks

There was only one way for Jamie and Lauren Nazareth to move up the property laddertake out a 39-year mortgage, but they could still be paying off this debt in retirement. The couple, both 31, signed up for a £450,000 loan with the Family building society last August to buy a house in Hanwell, west London. The couple could be 69 by the time they make their final...There was only one way for Jamie and Lauren Nazareth to move up the property laddertake out a...There was only one way for Jamie and Lauren Nazareth to move up the property laddertake out a...

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Squeezed savers of Britain, you need to be bold . . . and get into Europe

Now that the Brexit talks have begun, at last we may find out whether no deal is better than a bad deal. Fortunately...Now that the Brexit talks have begun, at last we may find out whether no deal is better than a bad deal. Fortunately, savers and investors need not wait for the politicians to do their worstbecause we can already strike a deal to make the most of our money. My colleagues Ali Hussain and Rebecca Myers reported...Now that the Brexit talks have begun, at last we may find out whether no deal is better than a bad deal. Fortunately, savers...

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The prime minister ruined by her gruesome twosome

Theresa May was undone by two chief advisers who ruled the world of No 10 by fear. Her former speechwriter unpicks the flaws that led her to give them so much power

Plucked from life as a struggling actress to be biscuit bearer to the stars

Sweetpea Slight has written a memoir of her days in the West End. She tells Leaf Arbuthnot of demented thesps and wandering hands

Kelly Holmes: OK, kids, so youve learnt how to vote. Now you need to toughen up

Julia Llewellyn Smith meets the double gold medallist

There will be no more blood, only slippers

The actor so tortured himself to produce dazzling film performances, its no shock he has decided to call it a day

Leviathans drowning in our waste

An inquest last week into the death of a whale found only one possible culprit

Joanna Lumley: Darling, Im home

A trip back to the country of her birth leaves Joanna Lumley absolutely rapturous

Britains 50 best affordable hotels

A stylish staycation for two this summer can cost as little as £60 a nightif you know where to look. Here are our low-cost legends

Meanwhile, in Scotlands poshest hotel ...

Feel like splashing out? Look north: Hoxton Hotelslatest acquisition has gone groovy, with a brand-new hipster vibe

Turkey sails on

It was a firm summer favourite, but many travellers have turned away from Turkey. Are they wiseand if you do go, what will you find?

The big weekend: Nantes

Medieval heart, steampunk soul: Jules Vernes arty birthplace is still futuristic