Day In a Page
Thursday, 1 November 2012
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- Genetic profiteering: scandal of firm 'hiding vital breast cancer data'
- Poverty causes people to worry leading to cycle of deprivation, says study
- Animal communication can't be compared to human speech, but Koshik was trying to make contact with his captors
- Look who's talking now...First it was the whale that said 'get out', now it's the elephant that says 'sit down'
- Farthest supernova yet marked death of very massive star
- They didn't see that coming: Psychics fail scientific test
- Soil on Mars 'is like Hawaii'
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- It's not neglect, it's our love of planting trees that has caused this disaster
- I was Denis MacShane's landlord
- Yes, I voted to cut the EU budget - like I said I would when Europe Minister. What's wrong with that?
- Referee Mark Clattenburg, racism in football, and why this is one act that just can't be cleaned up
- Hurricane Sandy: Ever wondered what it’ll be like when the money and oil run out?
- BBC’s ban on archive ‘Top of the Pops’ closes a window on our heritage
- Anya Hindmarch, Vivienne Westwood and why 'Women of the Year' is no way to celebrate women
- Where did all the pro-European Tories go? And is Michael Heseltine's report the way ahead?
- As Hurricane Sandy approached, I flew into New York. And I wondered: was this all my fault?
- Michael Bloomberg's endorsement of Barack Obama puts concern for the environment back at the heart of American politics - and thank goodness for that
- Errors & Omissions: Is it really so surprising that a horse should have living descendants?
- This week's wackiest web stories: Dog fight, STD cupcakes and the pros of being a psychopath
- Sales that leave our high streets in a bit of a pickle
- After the storm: New York pulls together in the wake of Hurricane Sandy
- Cocaine given to trick-or-treating children - perhaps it's the neighbours we should be worrying about
- An open letter to Private Eye
- Anonymous hackers threaten to take down Facebook, but in the fight between Anonymous and Zynga, everybody loses
- Danny Baker's live on air rant at BBC bosses shows their attitude to age isn't changing
- Why are they trending? Felix Baumgartner, #AskFelix, Stone Roses, #splashmeetandgreet
- Questionable Time: Jerry Springer, Star Spangled Dimbleby and the return of Shami Chakrabarti
- Sketch: When Energy Questions went all Gone with the Wind
- Hurricane Sandy blew Obama and Romney off course, but it's the President who has the momentum just days ahead of the election
- Why do we blame political apathy on politicians, when it's the people who are at fault?
- The Russian spring of the 1990s has passed. What happens now depends on the Opposition - and on us
- Labour and others have played a shameful role in the EU budget debate
- Have Justin Webb and the man from business school no idea what literature might actually be?
- Not many of us will mourn the passing of Comet, whose soulless stores made for a grim experience
- The evidence coming out of Tunisia points in one direction. The extremists are on the march
- As David Cameron meets today to discuss the Millenium Development Goals, he must not forget the environment
- Kauto Star will shine on his sport for ever
- Why are they trending? #nytbooks, #Movember, #NaNoWriMo, Patspetition
- A cheerful piece about dying alone
- Horror as young girls use contraception without permission from parents: why not try asking them about it?
- 'I don't know how we'll survive. All the shops are closed. People are without food and water'
- How bold can you be when you are sponsored by Barclaycard?
- DNA data should be in public domain
- Sketch: So Miliband's playing politics. So he's being opportunistic. So what?
- Chris Brown attends Rihanna's Halloween party dressed as an Islamic terrorist
- Post-Hurricane Sandy disaster tourism hits New York
- The Barack Obama 'Smug Face' Quiz: What do you really think about the US elections?
- Watch the entire history of the planet in under two minutes
- Guys! Women don't have a monopoly on work-life balance, you know
- Kate Moss on her ‘years of crying’ over Johnny Depp
- Nate Silver says state polling points to victory for Obama
- Star Wars VII story to be an ‘original’
- George Clooney, Lady Gaga, Jay-Z: how much do celebrity political endorsements matter?
- Creepy iPhone app retrieves Facebook bikini pics of your friends
- Romney's ‘staged’ Sandy relief event
- Editorial: An EU rebellion that warns of trouble ahead
- Editorial: How to improve life for the 'squeezed middle'
- Editorial: A mixed record – but Obama deserves to stay
- Editorial: Time to relegate league tables
- Editorial: Publish, or be damned
- Editorial: Savile's estate should be left to charity
- Editorial: Prince Andrew has no place helping Azerbaijan
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- Advantage Samit Patel in No 6 race but questions remain over his spin
- Ruling in the Raj: Recalling the last time England won in India
- BBC resolve dispute over England tour of India
- South Africa captain Graeme Smith joins Surrey
- Samit Patel stakes claim as England's opening tour match of India meanders to draw
- Patel slips into No 6 box seat while KP offers the 'oomph'
- Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel set pace during practice for Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamilton departure 'a big loss' for McLaren concedes Jenson Button
- Ferrari break F1 curfew to help Fernando Alonso title bid
- Fearless Max Chilton primed to become latest Briton on Formula One circuit
- Paul di Resta hoping for change of fortune at Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
- Romain Grosjean expects to retain Lotus position
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- Traveller’s Guide: Shopping breaks
- Simon Calder: Ignorance is not always bliss; consumer protection in travel
- Traveller’s Guide: Shopping breaks
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Travel Agenda: Living the Thai life; Art in Arrivals; Devon delight; Dive in to the Galapagos
- My life in travel: Fern Britton
- Stretch your boundaries
- Simon Calder: The man who pays his way in the USA
- From musical highs to the mountain heights
- USA by rail
- From town to the country
- Traveller's guide: Alaska
- On track for adventure
- The rhythm of the American seasons
- Reflections on a journey
- Forgotten corners of the South-west
- The Big Six
- Cinematic majesty in historic Navajo country
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- Questions of Cash: I've been having a hard time trying to cancel my Norton software payments
- Spotlight on: AA's Transfer Plus card
- Donald MacInnes: I hate to go off the rails but I'm taking a golden helicopter
- Derek Pain: With shares, tiny acorns do not grow at all
- Mark Dampier: Aberdeen Asset fund digs up some real gems in Asia
- China's new boss Xi Jinping holds the key to the next decade for investors
- Money Insider: Scandal of PPI puts users off new-style cover
- Banks 'must do more to push basic accounts'
- Five Questions About: Junior ISAs
- Is it time to back a Romney rally?
- Simon Read: Financial ignorance is no excuse for not helping those who are facing extreme money problems
- The Bargain Hunter: New app can be an online grocery saver
- Poppy cash can help avoid debt despair
Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Support for EU membership 'at highest level since 1991' with most Brits wanting to stay 'in'
Thousands with degenerative conditions classified as 'fit to work in future' – despite no possibility of improvement
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Russell Brand threatened with arrest after filming outside Fox News headquarters
- 1 Marijuana use by teenagers does not result in a lower IQ or worse exam results, study finds
- 2 Watch what happened when food critics were unknowingly served McDonald's
- 3 Jimmy Carr's controversial Oscar Pistorius joke goes too far at the Q Awards
- 4 Australian café owner sparks debate after saying 'No' to having unruly children on premises
- 5 NHS staff banned from drinking tea or coffee on the job because it looks like they're not working hard enough