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# The Times

This year
Second police force investigating allegations of stalking and harassment against Russell Brand
Thames Valley Police is looking again at previous allegations of stalking and harassment against the comedian.
Russell Brand: A timeline of the sexual assault allegations
The allegations came to light following a joint investigation by The Sunday Times, The Times and Channel 4 Dispatches.
The comedian has been accused of rape and sexual assaults between 2006 and 2013, as well as claims of controlling, abusive and predatory behaviour.
Channel 4, BBC and a production company have launched investigations following the publication of the allegations.
Brand vehemently denies the allegations and said all of his relationships have been “consensual”.
Internal investigations launched after sexual assault allegations made against Russell Brand
Russell Brand faces multiple allegations of sexual assault in joint UK media investigation
Internal investigations launched after sexual assault allegations made against Russell Brand
On Sunday UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly suggested there are wider questions for the entertainment industry to answer.
Russell Brand faces multiple allegations of sexual assault in joint UK media investigation
Brand refuted the allegations in a video posted online today.
All time
Fears over using list of potential issues affecting Ireland post-Brexit to undermine negotiations
A list of potential issues was allegedly made by Michael Gove’s Brexit operations committee.
Britain found charging women rescued from forced marriages to return home
Four British women who were liberated from a punishment institution in Somalia were each charged £740 (€820), The Times newspaper revealed.
Another blow for Saracens as South African owners want out
Johann Rupert is selling his 50% stake to club chairman and co-owner Nigel Wray.
Complaints lodged to Press Ombudsman over offensive Kevin Myers column
BBC presenter Vanessa Feltz has described the column as “horrifying racism”.
''Terror at the Arena' - British papers react to Manchester atrocity
The Sun described the attack as a “Slaughter of the Innocents”.
Man United stars shocked by 'cold' and 'distant' Mourinho - reports
It is claimed that it is assistant boss Rui Faria who is leading training at the club.
The Times of London admits it should have put Hillsborough on its front page
The Sun, which also didn’t carry the story on the front page, has not done the same.
The Times backtracks on 'misleading' claim from The Sun's Isis sympathy poll
The papers are owned by Rupert Murdoch and both incorrectly reported that one in five British Muslims had sympathy for Isis.
A British paper reacted in a novel way to not being allowed report 'sensitive' parts of a terror trial...
…by printing the relevant information anyway and then blanking it out CIA style.
Nigel Farage has been named 'Briton of the year' by a newspaper ... and people are livid
It follows an impressive performance by UKIP, which claimed 24 seats in the Euro elections and two in Westminster by-elections.
Benedict Cumberbatch is engaged, and the fangirls are in turmoil
The Sherlock actor announced his engagement in The Times today. Classy.
Have you got something to tell us, Benedict Cumberbatch?
Not an pengwing in sight.
This big, hairy headline fail in the Times will make you strain a cringe muscle
*holds head in hands*
Times journalists kidnapped, shot and beaten in Syria
The men escaped across the country’s border and into Turkey yesterday.
Bale bids teammates emotional goodbye as Real deal looms
The Spanish club are keen to see the Welshman at the Bernabeu ahead of their opening league game on August 18
Manchester United make official bid for Leighton Baines
Meanwhile, the club have confirmed that first team coach Rene Meulensteen is leaving.
Rupert Murdoch has changed News International's name... to News UK
The name-change is part of a broader restructuring and splitting of Murdoch’s newspaper and entertainment operations.
Two Irish colleges make list of top 100 'young universities'
NUI Maynooth and DCU make the Times’ annual list, while South Korean universities take up two of the top three slots.
A British newspaper claims Ireland got a £10bn 'back-door bailout' from the UK
The Times reports that the UK’s £45 billion bailout of Ulster Bank’s parent Royal Bank of Scotland five years ago amounts to an ‘injection into the Republic’.
Cricket commentator Martin-Jenkins dies aged 67
He was one of the voices of Test Match Special on BBC Radio and previously worked for the Daily Telegraph and the Times.
European newspapers publish reform manifesto
A number of papers have joined forces to promote an eight-point plan for cycling’s future.
Hacking scandal: Journalists come to defence of arrested Sun reporter
A Sun journalist was arrested in a dawn raid in London this morning.
Murdoch to staff: 'Sun on Sunday will launch very soon'
An email sent by Rupert Murdoch to staff at The Sun confirms that far from being closed, the paper will be turning seven-day.
Rupert Murdoch flies to UK to deal with escalating newspaper crisis
A number of senior staff at The Sun have been arrested in recent weeks in connection with payments to public officials.
Ferdinand denies rift with Terry, attacks 'poor journalism'
The England defender has become embroiled in an argument on Twitter over where he stands on the matter.
Social welfare office ban on pyjamas for interviews noted in London Times editorial
The Times of London has noted a growing intolerance of pyjamas after a social welfare office in Dublin banned people from wearing them.
The Sun website hacked by LulzSec
The hacking group returned after saying it was disbanding last month.
Times reveals readership numbers behind online paywall
The Times and Sunday Times give the first indication of how many people have subscribed to the online editions.