A selection of Times articles

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The Times - Google identifies rape victims - May 22 2018-1

Investigation reveals Google’s ‘autocomplete’ and ‘related search’ functions are exposing the names of rape victims who have a lifelong right to anonymity. Led to Google removing these results and pledging to fix the issue. Story followed around the world.

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The launch of the ‘Cities fit for cycling’ or #cyclesafe campaign that would go on to secure more than £2 billion of funding to improve safety

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I ran the first ever joint charity appeal between The Times and Sunday Times, raising a record-smashing £3 million for the FareShare, Sported and Tusk charities, recruiting Sir Alex Ferguson and Marcus Rashford to lend their amazing support to the appeal – read in full here

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Groundbreaking advances in cancer treatment signal hope that cancer is no longer a death sentence but is turning into a manageable disease that can be lived with

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Church of England invests millions of pounds in Google, but does not tackle internet giant about its tax arrangements, violating the church’s ethical investment policy.

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The Times reveals the battle between far-right and Islamist extremists for control of the historic Speakers Corner in Hyde Park corner

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Times investigation reveals thousands of families set to lose their homes over Christmas period, with many more in B&Bs and temporary accommodation

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Examining the scale of the response from ordinary Britons to te refugee crisis in the wake of new horrors from Syria

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Launch of campaign to end underfunding of mental health care for children and adolescents, revealing record numbers of admissions for self-harm, depression and eating disorders

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Investigation reveals councils’ draconian use of public order legislation to threaten rough sleepers with extortionate fines, with additional reports on night shelters and Home Office deportation policies

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Special investigation into the inaction from social media sites to protect young users from abuse, with case studies of the lives lost

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At the peak of the youth unemployment crisis, we uncovered the scale of the challenge facing young people, revealing just how little support they are offered to find work

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Remarkable study finds that the anti-inflammatory properties of common painkillers could also reduce the symptoms of depression

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Investigation reveals Church of England laid claim to half a million acres of underground resources across the country, almost all beneath privately-owned land, Times data investigation reveals.

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The Archbishop of Canterbury rattles the Conservatives with his most strident political speech, criticising government policy and calling for a “new unionisation” of Britain

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Exclusive: BBC to give all religions primetime boost, dealing with more religious themes in dramas, marking a range of festivals in magazine shows, and increasing focus on religion in news coverage.

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Majority of Muslims say they want “full integration” with British society, as study shows they share same social views and concerns as their non-Muslim neighbours.

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Male-dominated business are willing to promote women into senior roles, but only one, at which point they feel they have ‘done their job’ to promote women

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Duke remained loyal to fun loving father who abandoned him – examining Prince Philip’s enigmatic relationship with his father, Prince Andrew of Greece, and how this shaped his life

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Following reports of what was claimed to be Britain’s ‘first’ same-sex wedding involving a Muslim, The Times reveals that gay marriage is ‘thriving’ in Britain’s Muslim community

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Muslim leaders plan Britain’s first National Council of Imams, to promote a progressive interpretation of Islam and provide guidance on religious and cultural questions, The Times reveals.

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Times investigation reveals how faith in Britain is changing –  It is not dying, but is fragmenting as large, ancient institutions lose out to denominations brought from abroad.

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Exclusive: Politics and religion should not mix, according to a poll commissioned by The Times. People want politicians to keep their personal faith themselves and want bishops to lose automatic seats in the House of Lords.

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After a week on the road with the 2012 Olympic torch, I reported on how patriotism had little to do with ethnicity, bringing neighbours together in celebration

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Rabbis, priests and imams are flocking to trade unions amid workplace stress and conflict, The Times learns.

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The Church of England should be stripped of its exemptions under the Equality Act to help it stamp out a culture of abuse, sexism and homophobia, a serving bishop tells The Times

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The death penalty in the UK and the US. How one father in the US whose son was murdered campaigned against the death penalty, while one woman still lives with the guilt after her father was executed over 50 years ago in the UK

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‘The dead are reclaiming the earth’, as my investigation finds councils are running out of space in their cemeteries, forcing them to requisition allotments, parkland and playgrounds to bury their dead

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A report filed at 5am for the paper’s 4th edition on the night of the Scottish independence referendum, after a day spent travelling between Dundee and Glasgow to report on the mood across the nation

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Major victory for #cyclesafe campaign as government enshrines in law the obligation to create an annual cycle safety budge

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Investigation finds that hundreds of churches per year are asking to rip out their pews and turn their churches into open halls for local communities, to attract new worshippers (and income) through the door

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