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Marc Lewis: the neuroscientist who believes addiction is not a disease

Lewis, famous for detailing his own years of drug addiction in a book, divides the medical profession by arguing it is a behavioural problem, not a medical affliction ‘The whole … Continue reading

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Rupert Everett in defence of prostitutes: ‘There is a land grab going on’

The prostitutes of London’s red-light district are being evicted. Here, Rupert Everett argues, with wit and vehemence, that closing down the brothels has nothing to do with protecting women Rupert … Continue reading

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Scene from „The Serpents egg (Das Schlangenei) (3)

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Telegraph proofreader’s “resiliance” despite growing ridicule

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Armed patrols and spot checks planned for European trains

European ministers agree a new system of public transport security checks after French train attack Theresa May and her European counterparts are meeting in Paris Photo: AFP By David Chazan, Paris … Continue reading

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A nap a day could save your life, research suggests

Research suggests a daily nap could reduce blood pressure and stave off heart attacks Are power naps good for you? Photo: ALAMY By Laura Donnelly, Health Editor Telegraph 29 Aug 2015 It … Continue reading

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Telegraph proofreader blames “electomagnetic hypersenstivity” for his complete f–king incompetence

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Hungary accused of treating refugees inhumanely as migration crisis worsens

Refugees left to bake in the heat for hours without food, shelter or medical aid on Hungary’s border with Serbia A father of a migrants family is arrested by the … Continue reading

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Europe must regain control of migration to end this tragedy

Telegraph View: If Britain turns its back on the world, the world will turn up on its doorstep A man walking through a destroyed residential area of the Syrian city … Continue reading

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Nazi gold train: Russia may lay claim to any treasure

As speculation mounts that a Nazi train laden with gold has been found, it emerges Russia may try to claim treasure, sparking row with Poland By Gregory Walton in Walbrzych … Continue reading

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Beware men who never get over a first love

Wise women know you can fight present danger, but it’s hard to battle the past: the hooks go too deep A couple holding hands Photo: Alamy By Rowan Pelling Telegraph 28 Aug … Continue reading

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Rugby World Cup: Sam Burgess can be a leader, says Andy Farrell

The inexperience of Sam Burgess in rugby union is not a worry to the England backs coach, Andy Farrell, a fellow former league international. Photograph: David Davies/PA Robert Kitson Guardian, … Continue reading

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