|did not admit||認めなかった|
|forced to admit||認めざるを得ない|
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· Lewis Hamilton speaks out as thunderstorms pose threat to Styrian Grand Prix qualifying →
The six-time F1 champion admits he was off the pace during FP2 and he's hoping qualifying can go ahead so he can put it right.
· Royal Mail fined £1.6m for delivering letters late and overcharging on stamps →
Royal Mail announced 2,000 job cuts last month, after admitting that it had failed to adapt to a trend of people sending fewer letters and more parcels.
· Operator Collective brings diversity and inclusion to enterprise investing →
While Seka admits they are far from perfect, she says they are fighting the good fight.
· Carol Klein: 'Fed up' Gardeners' World host talks being 'chucked out' in bold admission →
The BBC presenter admitted her dad never saw the point of gardening.
· Butane gas addict jailed for ISIS bomb threat that triggered huge evacuation →
Evans admitted the bomb hoax to police, Mr Walsh said.
· Spying claims are latest twist in Germany's Wirecard thriller →
Once a darling of the fintech scene, the payments provider filed for insolvency in June after being forced to admit that 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) missing from its accounts likely did not exist.
· Trump has only been protecting us from things in his taxes too terrible to know! →
(As he himself admitted to Sean Hannity, he recently took a cognitive test whose administrators were “very surprised” to discover the results were as good as they were.)
· Police apologise for telling woman her ‘F**k Boris’ T-shirt was illegal →
Officers were wrong to ask Jessie-Lu Flynn to cover up the slogan, BTP admits
· Will Short-term lockdowns help in controlling COVID-19? Here's what AIIMS director Randeep Guleria said →
He said cases in Delhi have come down now from their peaks and added that the premier institute has less than 500 people admitted right now as against a peak of 800 which makes him believe that “major cities will see some flattening or decline, but it will take some time”.
· Celtic will adapt without fans - Callum McGregor responds to Hamilton's Easton →
Scotland midfielder McGregor thinks those bounce games will help players get used to the absence of fans but admits that, even when he avidly watches the currently televised Premier League games, he does so with crowd sound effects switched on.