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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Latest Articles

Matthew Bailey jailed for belittling ‘selfie-loving’ girlfriend Molly Cunliffe

A possessive boyfriend has been jailed for “psychological abuse” in a controlling relationship in which he bullied and belittled his selfie-loving girlfriend over how she used social media. Matthew Bailey, 24, banned Molly Cunliffe, 19, a care assistant, from using Snapchat, ordered her not to swap Facebook and Instagram messages with heterosexual men and told her she was not allowed to put kisses at the end of social media posts.
By Hayley Sewell
The Times

Manchester Metropolitan University student killed herself

A teenage student who suffered from depression hanged herself at her halls of residence after an argument by text message with her ex-boyfriend. Isabella Finnigan, 18, a first-year art student at Manchester Metropolitan University, had been upset at not being invited for a trip to Brighton with Matthew Leeves and began messaging and calling him repeatedly on May 30, 2015. He switched off his phone but the next day picked up a voicemail from Ms Finnigan saying that she was going to kill herself.
By Hayley Sewell
The Times

AC Milan’s European ban overturned by Court of Arbitration for Sport

AC Milan have had their one-year ban from European competition overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Uefa had banned the Italian side last month for failing to meet licensing and financial fair play regulations. The seven-times European champions had failed to break even after spending £200 million on players last summer following a £648 million takeover by a consortium led by Li Yonghong. Uefa’s FFP regulations were brought in to avoid such scenarios and prevent clubs racking up hu
By Gursimran Hans
The Times

England to warm up for Ashes with four-day Test against Ireland

Joe Root and England played Ireland in a one-day series in May last year. The teams will meet in a four-day Test next July DAN MULLAN/GETTY IMAGES England will play Ireland in a four-day Test match next July in what will be the first meeting between the two sides in the format. The match, which will take place at Lord’s from July 24 to July 27, will be England’s final Test before the Ashes begin with Australia visiting Edgbaston on August 1. The Test against Ireland will also take place ten d
By Gursimran Hans
The Times

How far will each Premier League club travel in pre-season? (Data)

Pre-season offers Premier League clubs the chance to go on lucrative tours around the world in a bid to expand their fanbase and, perhaps more importantly to them, their brand. Plenty of air miles will be racked up in the process — Chelsea will travel to Australia to take on Perth Glory, Manchester United take on the San Jose Earthquakes in Santa Clara, California, while Southampton have already completed a trip to China. But not every club are looking for destinations far and wide — Leicester
By Gursimran Hans
The Times

Oxlade-Chamberlain may not play this season, says Jurgen Klopp

Oxlade-Chamberlain picked up the injury during the Champions League semi-final first leg against Roma Phil Noble/Reuters Liverpool’s optimism at agreeing a world record £66 million fee for the Roma goalkeeper Alisson Becker was tempered today by the news that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could miss the entire season during his recovery from a knee injury. Jürgen Klopp, the Liverpool manager, said it will be a “bonus” if the midfielder appears competitively in 2018-19, but Liverpool today insisted O
By Gursimran Hans
The Times