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Sunday, 10 February 2013
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- The Pope can quit but it won't erase his complicity in his Church’s crimes
- There's no shame in playing office politics
- Don't blame me. I'm only the boss
- Is Mr Cameron out of touch, cowardly, lazy...?
- Saddam and the US failed, so why should Maliki think he can control Iraq by force?
- Horsemeat: Regulation doesn’t taste so bad now, does it?
- Will the next Pope face south or north?
- If fat men are disqualified from being President, politics has gone crazy
- Legacy of the German shepherd: Benedict XVI turned out to be a pope of surprises – a tradition he maintained with his shock decision to resign
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: A volcanic family row
- The far right in France is now mainstream, and the French only have themselves (and Sarkozy) to blame
- You're never too old to get hit by a car - so stop, look and listen to my advice about crossing the road
- Pope Benedict XVI didn’t fail as the spiritual leader of the church, he just wasn’t up to running it
- Neither cuddly, nor evil – why do foxes makes fools of us all?
- Baftas, Grammys, Oscars - all these awards are meaningless. Unless, of course, you win one
- Attenborough's Africa: Why do we feel sorry for the animals on our screens, but not in our bellies?
- Why breast isn't always best
- 'Was the Iraq war worth it?' is a question unworthy of debate - so why are we still asking it?
- Hyper sexual Carnival atmosphere has a dark side for Rio's women
- Helen's new pink hair - hey Mirren, you've stolen my thunder!
- Let's turn the page on inappropriate book covers
- From horse to lasagne: Findus, supply chains, and why buying local is the answer in an ideal world only
- For Whitney Houston (and Judy Garland before her), it's trouble plus talent that makes a gay icon
- How Canada, land of political correctness, became the latest front in the Syrian civil war
- What a tragedy that we couldn't stop the war in Iraq despite marching in our thousands
- The Dilnot review has forced us to face the fact we're all living longer. How afraid should we be?
- Pay attention Michael Gove, this is the British history we really need to learn about
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Is Eastleigh ready for the fastest politician in the West?
- Mark 'Capable' Carney gets off to an assured start
- Simon Calder: There is no real connection between the Thomson Majesty and the Costa Concordia disaster
- BBC Three's new series People Like Us will remind you of Shameless. Only, this time it's real
- Christianity is not the problem. The Bible is.
- As the Sussex Uni occupation shows, Government may see education as a market, but students do not
- Sally Jewell is a born survivor – it's a shame she could never be president
- As Vicky Pryce and Chris Huhne have discovered, low-level bickering beats full-scale revenge
- It's 12p for a burger, but you do get some change
- Saying no to 'gizit' is plain prejudice
- Colonialism has its moments
- Pass my yellow corduroys, I'm moving house
- Couples don't need MPs preaching about love
- The Emperor's New Clothes (10/02/13)
- Rant & Rave (10/02/13)
- Poll: Would stories of boorish Cambridge drinking societies put you or your children off applying?
- New spyware Riot tracks your behaviour on Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare to predict crime - is it an invasion of privacy?
- Pope resigns: Best theories, gags and comments from Twitter
- And the BAFTA Award for most blatant perving on George Clooney goes to...
- Reddit, and four other things that failed to impress William Shatner
- Chris Brown snubs Frank Ocean during standing ovation and other great 2013 Grammys GIFs
- Editorial: A resignation that could do Catholicism a favour
- Editorial: This still won't pay the bills for elderly care
- Editorial: Mr Salmond's reality check
- A welcome new tune from Barclays
- Editorial: Witnesses are not on trial
- Editorial: Inheritance tax freeze proves Osborne is not a master strategist after all
- Editorial: They're not all as friendly as Basil Brush
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- Tips and deals of the week: Hotel Indigo in Barcelona, new Olympus camera and RedKite Tree Tent
- Something to declare: It's boom time for Macau – thanks to a roll of the dice
- Rob Cowen: A Noah's Ark of conifers just an hour south of London
- Great getaways: Valentine’s Day hotel discounts, British Airways Sale, Isles of Scilly and Singapore Airlines fares
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- How to avoid falling victim to online ID fraudsters
- Investment insider: Cheap as chips - how to spot shares that will revive
- Julian Knight: Equities ripe for the taking as the ISA season starts
- Victims caught in latest mis-selling scandal urged to beware of cold-call 'cowboys'
- Consumer rights: Think before firing off a social media complaint
- Property market: London's strength is not a foundation for UK-wide recovery
- Who will be the next Woodford? this year public this year
- Adverts target 'misery' of unlocked pensions
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The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
Richard Dawkins tweets: 'Date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse'
Boozy, ignorant, intolerant, but very polite – Britain as others see us
- 1 Disney heiress Abigail disowns her share of family profits in West Bank company
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 4 Israel's propaganda machine is finally starting to misfire
- 5 HSBC closes bank accounts belonging to Muslim clients in the UK