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Front page Helicopter carrying Iran’s Ebrahim Raisi crashes in mountains Ex-ministers warn UK universities will go bust without higher fees or funding Next government must make hard university funding decisions, fast ‘A history that’s been suppressed’: the Black cowboy story is 200 years old Ebrahim Raisi: Iran’s hardline president dogged by execution claims Scientists make potential breast cancer breakthrough after preserving tissue in gel Hundreds of Virgin Atlantic cabin crew sue for unfair dismissal Boy dies and second in critical condition after getting into difficulty in River Tyne Grant Shapps orders review into plane shortage before 80th D-day anniversary Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs admits he beat ex-girlfriend Cassie: ‘I take full responsibility’ Infected blood scandal: inquiry to call for prosecution of those responsible Limonov: The Ballad review – Ben Whishaw brilliant as Russia’s outlaw bohemian The Substance review – Demi Moore is game for a laugh in grisly body horror caper Greater Manchester police chief defends decision to investigate Angela Rayner Wes Streeting praises archbishop over call for Labour to scrap two-child benefit cap Starmer tries to curry favour with electorate through Sunday Brunch tandoori ‘Loud-mouthed bully’: CS Lewis satirised Oxford peer in secret poems UN humanitarian chief delivers ‘apocalyptic’ warning over Gaza aid ‘Only Hamas can defend us’: Israeli raids and Fatah failures boost support in West Bank ‘Proud and happy’: Ukrainians embrace Oleksandr Usyk’s boxing victory European far-right leaders gather ahead of EU elections French forces launch ‘major operation’ in New Caledonia, as unrest claims another life Slovak PM Robert Fico out of immediate danger four days after shooting, says deputy ‘Scary’: public-school textbooks the latest target as US book bans intensify Brexit border checks will cost UK firms £470m a year, says watchdog Average British house price hits record high of £375,000 Viagogo ‘mistakenly’ listed resale of England football match tickets US approach to China’s rapid growth has lessons for us all Tata agrees Port Talbot deal with National Grid despite union criticism Virgin plots rail return with proposal to run West Coast routes ‘Everyone wants a plane for summer’: luxury trade fair woos super-rich References
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    Helicopter carrying Iran’s Ebrahim Raisi crashes in mountains

    Rescuers struggle with search operation to find president and foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian because of poor weather conditions

    Helicopter carrying Iran’s Ebrahim Raisi crashes in mountains

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    Ex-ministers warn UK universities will go bust without higher fees or funding

    Exclusive: Vice-chancellors suggest fee rise of £2,000 to £3,500 a year, but others say that is ‘politically impossible’

    Ex-ministers warn UK universities will go bust without higher fees or funding

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    Next government must make hard university funding decisions, fast

    Labour sees no electoral gain in flagging sector’s funding crisis – but losses cannot be sustained much longer

    Next government must make hard university funding decisions, fast

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    ‘A history that’s been suppressed’: the Black cowboy story is 200 years old

    ‘A history that’s been suppressed’: the Black cowboy story is 200 years old

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    Ebrahim Raisi: Iran’s hardline president dogged by execution claims

    Ebrahim Raisi: Iran’s hardline president dogged by execution claims

UK news
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    Scientists make potential breast cancer breakthrough after preserving tissue in gel

    Ability to preserve tissue in a special gel solution for at least a week will help doctors identify most effective drug treatments

    Scientists make potential breast cancer breakthrough after preserving tissue in gel

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    Hundreds of Virgin Atlantic cabin crew sue for unfair dismissal

    Tribunal in London will hear claims Richard Branson’s airline used Covid redundancies to target older staff

    Hundreds of Virgin Atlantic cabin crew sue for unfair dismissal

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    Boy dies and second in critical condition after getting into difficulty in River Tyne

    Emergency services called to report of 14-year-old and 13-year-old in river near bridge in Ovingham

    Boy dies and second in critical condition after getting into difficulty in River Tyne

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    Grant Shapps orders review into plane shortage before 80th D-day anniversary

    Defence secretary says RAF’s fleet stretched owing to conflicts in Ukraine and Middle East, but expects aircrafts will be found

    Grant Shapps orders review into plane shortage before 80th D-day anniversary

    • Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs admits he beat ex-girlfriend Cassie: ‘I take full responsibility’

      Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs admits he beat ex-girlfriend Cassie: ‘I take full responsibility’

    • Infected blood scandal: inquiry to call for prosecution of those responsible

      Infected blood scandal: inquiry to call for prosecution of those responsible

    • Limonov: The Ballad review – Ben Whishaw brilliant as Russia’s outlaw bohemian

      4 out of 5 stars.

      Limonov: The Ballad review – Ben Whishaw brilliant as Russia’s outlaw bohemian

    • The Substance review – Demi Moore is game for a laugh in grisly body horror caper

      4 out of 5 stars.

      The Substance review – Demi Moore is game for a laugh in grisly body horror caper

    • Greater Manchester police chief defends decision to investigate Angela Rayner

      Greater Manchester police chief defends decision to investigate Angela Rayner

    • Wes Streeting praises archbishop over call for Labour to scrap two-child benefit cap

      Wes Streeting praises archbishop over call for Labour to scrap two-child benefit cap

    • Starmer tries to curry favour with electorate through Sunday Brunch tandoori

      Starmer tries to curry favour with electorate through Sunday Brunch tandoori

    • ‘Loud-mouthed bully’: CS Lewis satirised Oxford peer in secret poems

      ‘Loud-mouthed bully’: CS Lewis satirised Oxford peer in secret poems

International
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    UN humanitarian chief delivers ‘apocalyptic’ warning over Gaza aid

    Emergency relief coordinator says famine looming as Israel’s Rafah offensive blocks vital aid routes

    UN humanitarian chief delivers ‘apocalyptic’ warning over Gaza aid

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    ‘Only Hamas can defend us’: Israeli raids and Fatah failures boost support in West Bank

    Settler attacks and arrests of Hamas supporters create climate of fear and distrust in ruling Fatah party

    ‘Only Hamas can defend us’: Israeli raids and Fatah failures boost support in West Bank

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    ‘Proud and happy’: Ukrainians embrace Oleksandr Usyk’s boxing victory

    People in Kyiv and Kharkiv celebrate win in world heavyweight unification fight as symbolic achievement for the country

    ‘Proud and happy’: Ukrainians embrace Oleksandr Usyk’s boxing victory

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    European far-right leaders gather ahead of EU elections

    Le Pen, Orbán and Meloni rail against socialism and ‘massive illegal migration’ at ‘great patriotic convention’ in Madrid

    European far-right leaders gather ahead of EU elections

    • French forces launch ‘major operation’ in New Caledonia, as unrest claims another life

      French forces launch ‘major operation’ in New Caledonia, as unrest claims another life

    • Slovak PM Robert Fico out of immediate danger four days after shooting, says deputy

      Slovak PM Robert Fico out of immediate danger four days after shooting, says deputy

    • ‘Scary’: public-school textbooks the latest target as US book bans intensify

      ‘Scary’: public-school textbooks the latest target as US book bans intensify

Business
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    Brexit border checks will cost UK firms £470m a year, says watchdog

    ‘More than three years after end of transition period, it is still not clear when full controls will be in place’

    Brexit border checks will cost UK firms £470m a year, says watchdog

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    Average British house price hits record high of £375,000

    Pent-up demand from would-be buyers pausing their plans last year has led to price rise despite mortgage rates remaining elevated

    Average British house price hits record high of £375,000

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    Viagogo ‘mistakenly’ listed resale of England football match tickets

    Website blames human error for the advert, now removed, for about 100 seats when practice is illegal in UK

    Viagogo ‘mistakenly’ listed resale of England football match tickets

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    US approach to China’s rapid growth has lessons for us all

    Protectionism in the form of tariffs is justified but the focus will be on whether Beijing retaliates

    US approach to China’s rapid growth has lessons for us all

    • Tata agrees Port Talbot deal with National Grid despite union criticism

      Tata agrees Port Talbot deal with National Grid despite union criticism

    • Virgin plots rail return with proposal to run West Coast routes

      Virgin plots rail return with proposal to run West Coast routes

    • ‘Everyone wants a plane for summer’: luxury trade fair woos super-rich

      ‘Everyone wants a plane for summer’: luxury trade fair woos super-rich

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