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    Hatfield coal mine closes

    One of the UK’s last deep-level coal mines has shut with the loss of 420 jobs, as an era of Britain's industrial historyJames Wilson

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    Of Good Stock, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York — review

    Ah, the joys of a July holiday at the seashore: family, food — and the f-word. Such is the world of the Stockton sisters,Brendan Lemon

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    US and Cuba to open embassies

    The US and Cuba will announce on Wednesday that they are to open embassies in each other’s capitals, formallyGeoff Dyer in Washington

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    Sajid Javid raises doubts over industry policy

    Sajid Javid now refers to the government’s “industrial strategy” as an “industrial approach” — a linguistic shift which hasElizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    Bookmakers accused of glamorising betting to draw young punters

    Bookmakers have glamorised gambling and targeted young people with their advertising, the Chartered Institute for SecuritiesMalcolm Moore

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    Jeb Bush reels in $10m in speaking fees

    Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor who is running for the White House, has made $29m since leaving office in 2007,Demetri Sevastopulo, Washington

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    UK university funding to put greater focus on teaching quality

    University funding will be allocated in future according to teaching quality rather than solely on the basis of researchHelen Warrell, Public Policy Correspondent

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    Charity takes justice ministry to court over Saudi jails bid

    A charity defending human rights in the Gulf is mounting a legal challenge to the UK’s Ministry of Justice over its attemptSimeon Kerr and Jane Croft

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    Sirius Minerals gets go ahead for potash mine in Yorkshire Moors

    A £1.7bn potash mine in a national park in North Yorkshire has been approved after planners ruled it was “transformational”By Andrew Bounds in Whitby

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    Xiaomi targets Brazil for first smartphone launch outside of Asia

    Xiaomi is targeting Brazil for its first smartphone launch outside Asia, as signs of a slowdown begin to appear in its homeTim Bradshaw in San Francisco

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