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Date: 2 July 2017 07:17:01 BST
Subject: In today's edition: Rogue SAS unit accused of executing civilians in Afghanistan

In today's edition - Sunday July 2 2017
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Sunday July 2 2017
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Read our exclusive investigation revealing claims of a cover-up over a rogue SAS unit accused of executing civilians. Plus: an interview with Michael Gove, one woman's incredible escape from floor 22 of Grenfell Tower and how our Olympians are being hit by a lottery funding shortfall
Rod Liddle quizzes Paxman while Candice Brown serves up delicious cakes in the Magazine. Style offers you a make-up guide from Charlotte Tilbury and Culture has an exclusive interview with actress Kirsten Dunst
In Sport, the Lions take advantage of Sonny Bill Williams' red card to level the Test series in a thriller in Wellington. Elsewhere, Alex Hales scores the highest domestic century in a Lord's final to win the Royal London One Day Cup for Nottinghamshire, while Briton Geraint Thomas claims the first yellow jersey of the Tour de France in a drenched Dusseldorf
Insight: Rogue SAS unit accused of executing civilians in Afghanistan
Claims of cover-up as investigation is wound down
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Parents face £60 fines when children are late for school
Councils are cracking down on tardy children, with parents who don't pay up facing prosecution
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Cabinet ministers lead austerity revolt
Philip Hammond was facing an open revolt over public sector pay last night as cabinet ministers and more than 40 backbenchers called for an end to austerity
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Prince Charles, William and Harry commemorate birthdays — an ocean apart
On the day Diana would have turned 56, her sons were at her grave, while Charles toured a 150-year-old Canada
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Rampant Lions roar back to conquer All Blacks
Owen Farrell holds his nerve as a late penalty in Wellington allows Warren Gatland's men to level the Test series against an All Blacks finishing with 14 men
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Geraint Thomas storms to stage one yellow jersey
Team Sky's Welshman navigates treacherously wet roads in Dusseldorf to become the eighth Briton to hold the leader's jersey at the Tour de France
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Sue Google, Brussels regulator urges rivals
Competition boss tells companies to use €2.4bn ruling to file claims
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Dominic Lawson: Oh, those horrible Tories with their good works
Can these leftie critics back up their moral superiority with real generosity?
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The Interview: Jeremy Paxman gets a grilling from Rod Liddle
The former Newsnight interrogator (reluctantly) opens up about the BBC, how he voted and his infamous interview technique. (Photograph by Simon Emmett. Grooming by Emma Leon)
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Get your glow on with make-up guru Charlotte Tilbury
Healthy, sun-kissed skin has never been so easy to achieve, thanks to Charlotte Tilbury's new make-up collection. She creates five beautiful summer looks exclusively for Style and shares her insider tricks
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Kirsten Dunst: At home with herself
She almost quit acting, but is finally getting roles she loves. Next up, Sofia Coppola's brilliant remake of The Beguiled
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Italy targets charity ships rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean
After the arrival of 12,000 migrants in two days, the government in Rome is blaming the aid agencies it says attract people smugglers
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Michael Gove back in the hot seat — greener, less naive
Michael Gove on his return to the cabinet, back buddying up with Boris Johnson and again trying to reform an industry with a reputation for truculence
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News Review
Bin there, done that: Corbyn's spending fever won't work
Something momentous has happened in Britain's relations with Europe, and little more than a year later Britain has a minority government cutting deals with smaller parties to try to get its legislation through the House of Commons. No, not now, but the 1970s
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The May Review: Suzuki Ignis
Back when I used to make a motoring show for the BBC, we came up with the idea of putting a celebrity in a car that was frankly beneath them and asking them to do a timed lap of an old airfield in Surrey
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Kelly Brook in her Kent garden
Kelly Brook, gardening guru? Caroline Donald visits the former model's Kent patch to hear about her hidden passion
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Italy's secret weekends
If the crowds of Chiantishire leave you cold, try the remote hilltop towns and little seaside resorts the locals go to. Here's the inside track
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March of the robo-advisers
Traditional wealth managers do not always merit their high fees, says the City regulator. Computers could do just as well
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Tough Love: 'I have a great life but I still feel empty'
Our advice columnist Emma Barnett tells a divorced man that the key to his happiness lies in finding a sense of purpose
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Rare animals among body count at Scottish zoos
More than 900 creatures in the care of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) died in captivity last year, including hundreds of rare snails bred for conservation
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Jobstown trial tweets inspire new contempt bill
A government TD is to bring a private member's bill to the Dail making it a statutory offence to comment on an ongoing criminal case in the wake of the Jobstown trial
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