The Times

The Times is a British daily national newspaper, first published in London in 1785 under the title The Daily Universal Register. The Times and its sister paper The Sunday Times (founded in 1821) are published by Times Newspapers.

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Yasmin Arrigo

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Latest Articles

Ian Brown: When the wild rose grows

WHILE MANY A MAN’S reputation precedes him, Ian Brown’s has virtually had its own career. As frontman of one of the most influential bands of all time, the Stone Roses, he was called the saviour of a generation but became a laughing stock when his band split acrimoniously in 1996. Since then his disinclination to do interviews seems to have served only as proof that he is the original sullen Mancunian, a media-hater still bitter about the demise of the Roses, an ageing star living on past glori
By Siobhan Grogan
The Times

Cannabis vapes laced with ‘zombie’ drug Spice put children’s lives at risk

Children’s lives are being put at risk by a dangerous new trend for inhaling illegal cannabis vapes, many laced with the “zombie” drug Spice. Pupils have collapsed in schools and been taken to hospital after using the vapes, which can be bought online for just £15. Many are unaware the vaping fluids they have bought also contain toxic chemicals and Spice. Young people are attracted to vaping drugs partly because the e-cigarettes are small, almost odourless and easily hidden.
By Rachel King
The Times