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- Vidal Sassoon: Hairdresser whose minimal, informal styles revolutionised his profession
- Lord Glenamara: Politician who fought to keep Wilson's Labour government in power
- David Peat: Film-maker who put Scottish life and hardships on screen
- Stephen Maxwell: Scottish Nationalist politician
- Junior Seau: American footballer beset by inner demons
- Leading article: Conclusive evidence of the cosy club at the top
- Leading article: Time is running out to reform social care
- Leading article: A Queen's Speech with little to offer on growth
- Leading article: No more excuses, Mr Netanyahu
- Leading article: Full marks to Barack Obama
- Leading article: A problem not only for Rochdale
- Leading article: A triumph of the deepest pockets
- Leading article: Strikes that cannot be justified
- Mary Dejevsky: Asian grooming - The truth is that these girls were worth more to them than to us
- Phillip Knightley: When is a terror threat not a terror threat? Let's ask a man called Felix...
- Owen Jones: This austerity backlash across Europe could transform Britain
- Laurie Penny: Yes, Mr Gove, I enjoyed an expensive education, but I'm still not on your team
- Harriet Walker: Poor old David Cameron – you just have to LOL
- Simon Kelner: City's moment of truth. We can't cock it up, can we?
- Lisa Markwell: Success is the best revenge for these maligned women
- Joy Lo Dico: Now the middle classes are being squeezed out
- Simon Kelner: Obesity's an epidemic, so let doctors tell it how it is
- Amol Rajan: Democracy has become a joke – and it's not funny
- Daniel Howden: Greek elections were the last tantrum of a spoilt child
- Deborah Ross: I don't need any catalogues – I'm already living the dream...
- Natalie Haynes: Want to know how it feels to be rich? Give a pint of blood
- Viv Groskop: Are you Mom enough to stop judging other women's parenting choices?
- Lisa Markwell: No make-up, hairy armpits. What's not to like?
- West Indies visa issues rumble on
- West Indies are fed to the Lions – and the main course awaits
- Round-up: Three drops and only two runs on dark day for Strauss
- Mitchell Johnson included in Australia squad for England tour
- County Championship round-up: Durham left reeling afterSomerset's youngsters seize chance
- Simon Calder: Tracked down - Britain's greatest A-road. Or is it?
- My Life In Travel: Katie Derham, BBC radio and television presenter
- Travel Agenda: Tenerife Rock Coast Festival; Mount Everest treks; Barbados; Museums at Night festival; Monastero Santa Rosa hotel
- Open Jaw: Short flight, small plane?
- No survivors in Indonesian plane crash
- 1 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 2 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 3 Exclusive: How MI5 blackmails British Muslims
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Exclusive: Woolwich killings suspect Michael Adebolajo was inspired by cleric banned from UK after urging followers to behead enemies of Islam
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