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Sunday July 9 2017
Top reads ◆ Read Tim Shipman's report on the Brexit talks, and find out why the cabinet is worried they are heading for trouble. Plus: a Dunkirk veteran remembers the evacuation, the latest on Grenfell, Sian Griffiths gets to grips with university debt and we meet a woman making a stand against anorexia ◆ The Sunday Times is going wild for the return of Game of Thrones, with Maisie Williams's first proper fashion shoot, an exclusive interview with Gemma Whelan, who plays the ferocious Yara Greyjoy, and a look at who's survived... so far. Plus: we meet Alice Cooper, the former wildman who's chosen his driver over drugs ◆ In Sport, read all of the reports and analysis from Auckland as the Lions draw the Test and the series at Eden Park. Elsewhere, England dominate South Africa at Lord's, Chris Froome retains the Yellow Jersey, and Federer and Djokovic comfortably progress at Wimbledon
News Trump throws May a lifeline with trade deal Theresa May claimed last night that plans for a trade deal with America had put Brexit back on track as critics warned she faced a "legislative war" to pass the Repeal Bill severing ties with Brussels Read the full story Queen picks first black equerry The Queen has chosen a Ghanaian-born officer from the Household Cavalry to fill one of the most important roles in the royal household Read the full story Builders gag buyers over shoddy work Buyers of substandard new homes are being asked to sign gagging orders to keep the faults secret and are routinely refused access to technical plans that show how their properties should have been constructed Read the full story Copycat fears over film 'glamorising' anorexia Some extreme websites have hailed the star of To the Bone a 'thinspiration', but charities are warning it may be dangerous Read the full story
Sport Last-gasp Farrell puts boot into Kiwis Saracens fly-half slots another late penalty as profligate All Blacks allow Lions to secure an historic Test and series draw at Eden Park in Auckland Read the full story England take command against South Africa England's top order finally fires to build a healthy lead after Mooen Ali and Liam Dawson combine to bowl out South Africa at Lord's Read the full story
Business Hotels chief mounts Heathrow runway bid Tycoon says new scheme would knock £6bn off airport's plans Read the full story
Comment Niall Ferguson: Donald Trump must threaten Kim Jong-un and pray he blinks Other presidents have ducked taking on North Korea. This one has no choice Read the full story
Magazine The real history behind Game of Thrones The historian Dan Jones explains how the smash-hit fantasy TV show is actually firmly rooted in reality Read the full story
Style The making of Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams With a global audience of millions, it's no wonder the star, who plays Arya Stark, has found life tough in the limelight. She tells Giles Hattersley about 'destructive pressure' and how she's overcome it Read the full story
Culture Don't worry, be happy George Ezra's new album promises to be packed with the upbeat, sunny pop he's so good at — but he's had to wade through a lot of anxiety to get here
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World Isis 'White Widow' Sally Jones ready for last stand The British Muslim convert and jihadist recruiter is said to have fled Raqqa as the net closes but will now fight to the death Read the full story
Focus Brexit 2: now it's Repeal Bill war A bloodied and bruised Theresa May is getting it in the neck from both leavers and remainers as battle lines are drawn for the next parliamentary showdown Read the full story
News Review Sometimes it's best to let a child go, but should we with Charlie Gard? The baby's plight has touched the world. This weekend new medical claims have sparked hopes of reopening his case, but will it just prolong his suffering? Read the full story
Driving The Clarkson Review: Bugatti Chiron Several years ago I reviewed the Veyron in The Sunday Times and was a bit gushing. I talked about the sheer complexity of making a car feel stable and poised when it was travelling at 240mph-plus, and how dangerous and annoying the air can be at such speeds...
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Home One-pupmanship The last word in creature comforts, from dog beds to a £170,000 kennel Read the full story
Travel The best seaside hotels in France Sip rosé and stretch out on the sand at these beachside boltholes Read the full story
Money I was conned; the bank didn't believe me A Barclays customer who lost £20,000 in a text scam did not get his cash back till Money intervened. Do banks do enough to combat fraud? Read the full story
Life Tough Love: Should I have a baby on my own? Our advice columnist Emma Barnett advises a woman in her late thirties who is torn between having a baby via a sperm donor or remaining childless Read the full story
Scotland Highlands peninsula marked for spaceport Rockets streaking over the skies of north Scotland could be a familiar sight after US aerospace giant Lockheed Martin confirmed plans for a launch base near Tongue Read the full story
Ireland Varadkar took legal advice on garda criticism Taoiseach feared remarks might hit prosecutions Read the full story
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