Day In a Page
Tuesday, 10 September 2013
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- Breakthrough with stem cells could 'end need for transplants'
- Old-fashioned plimsolls with flat soles are better for kids' feet
- What's the difference between a Szechuan pepper and a vibrator?
- Woolly mammoths became extinct because of climate change – not hunting
- 200,000 apply for one-way mission to colonise Mars - but only four can become the first human settlers of the Red Planet
- Lewis Morley: Photographer whose work captured the essence of the Swinging Sixties
- Sakar Khan: Musician who worked with Shankar, Menuhin and Harrison
- Saul Landau: Politically committed film-maker
- Cedar Walton: Pianist and bandleader who played with Coltrane
- Mark Sutton: Stuntman and former Gurkha who parachuted into the Olympic Stadium
- Claus Jacobi: Editor jailed during the 'Spiegel' affair
- Sir Paul Scoon: The Queen's Governor-General during the American invasion of Grenada
- Judith Daniels: Trailblazing journalist
- Professor Sir Michael Stoker: Towering figure in cancer research
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- Me and the new iPhone: just what my fingers have been waiting for
- Let's open our borders to Syria's refugees
- One health check, two locations, no doctor. Who really benefits?
- The Michael Le Vell verdict is in, but all the lessons are still to learn
- David Attenborough on large families: A wolf in safari clothing?
- Why Obama was right to call chemical weapons a ‘red line’
- Yom Kippur: Why I'll be fasting and reflecting for the first time since I was 13
- Why on earth has the UN stuck its neck into the bedroom tax?
- Why are the supermarkets keeping so schtum about the badger cull?
- India's bus rape verdict: Nothing will really change until patriarchal attitudes do
- Five years on, are we finally recovering from Lehmans?
- Once the West set out to conquer the world. Those days have gone for ever
- Letters: Highs and lows of work at BBC
- The EastEnders Expansion: Are Glasgow’s mockney children disloyal or just culturally immersed?
- Ed Balls is still shouting. But who’s still listening?
- Arctic Monkeys are an internet age band with a cross-generational appeal
- Cameron is at a turning point on climate change
- More female police officers are needed to end violence against women in Afghanistan
- The Delhi bus gang-rape conviction is not the only example of lax cultural attitudes to sexual violence
- Deficit of Trust: The BBC’s system of governance must change
- Credit crunch: Technology problems must not be allowed to undermine sensible welfare reforms
- Playing it safe will not regain the initiative, Miliband
- Russia’s call to put Syria’s chemical weapons beyond reach deserves serious consideration
- Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Up close and personal: Evans’ resignation speech was tough on everyone
- No summer love-in for Ed Miliband as the union dinosaurs bite back
- Rhodri Marsden: Haircuts, a range of idiots, and why I miss Phil the barber
- Fukushima plant could remain a hazard for at least 30 years
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- 'Gangster politics' row in UCI race between Pat McQuaid and Brian Cookson
- Chris Froome and Sir Bradley Wiggins named in Great Britain squad for UCI Road World Championships
- Bauke Mollema edges out Sky man Edvald Boasson Hagen on 17th stage of Vuelta a Espana
- Tour of Spain: Helicopter rides back to hotel 'unfair,' says Alejandro Valverde
- England v Australia 3rd ODI - as it happened
- Matthew Hoggard retires: He took 248 wickets – and hit one amazing four
- Ashley Giles calls his mate Michael Vaughan 'harsh' for dig at selection
- England v Australia: Third ODI washed out
- Matthew Hoggard to retire from cricket at the end of the season
- England v Australia: Third ODI in pictures
- The Light Roller: This one-day series needs some sparkle
- County Championship round-up: Durham make slow progress as Brown punishes Yorkshire
- Michael Lumb guides Nottinghamshire to Yorkshire Bank 40 final
- Team Lotus confirm Kimi Raikkonen departure to Ferrari with bizarre 'rabbit sex' tweet
- F1: Felipe Massa announces Ferrari exit on Twitter, paving way for Kimi Raikkonen return
- Murray Walker exclusive interview: Kimi Raikkonen return to Ferrari could be a 'shot in the arm for F1'
- F1: Ferrari confirm Kimi Raikkonen will replace Felipe Massa from 2014
- Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo confirms decision over Kimi Raikkonen return will be made in 'the next few days'
- BT Sport Life's A Pitch exclusive: Murray Walker answers Independent readers' questions
- F1: I'm leaving Ferrari, tweets Felipe Massa
- US Open 2013: Rafael Nadal caps extraordinary comeback with victory over Novak Djokovic to claim 13th Grand Slam
- Greatest hit by a member of Fab Four: Rafa Nadal's US Open win has to go down as the finest feat of a golden era
- Rafael Nadal backed to win more Grand Slam titles than Roger Federer
- Andy Murray seeks to earn it like Beckham with Simon Fuller deal
- Poll: Who will win more Grand Slam titles - Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer?
- US Open 2013: Novak Djokovic fears Rafael Nadal will replace him as world number one
- US Open 2013: Rafael Nadal says victory over Novak Djokovic completes 'most emotional season'
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- 'Grab a vodka and calm down': Accommodation meltdown as York freshers are forced off-campus
- Oxford Union cancels EDL founder invitation due to 'security' costs
- UK universities: If you want to party, study in the north
- Birmingham college bans the burka
- Bo Guagua: The student playboy whose lavish lifestyle could be his downfall - as father Bo Xilai faces prosecution
- So why is MIT number one in the world university rankings?
- Revealed: Record as six UK universities are in world's best
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Massive rise in sale of British arms to Russia
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: victims’ bodies bundled in black bags and loaded onto trains
- 1 Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Pro-Russian rebel 'admits to shooting down plane'
- 2 Israel has discovered that it's no longer so easy to get away with murder in the age of social media
- 3 Israel-Gaza conflict: The myth of Hamas’s human shields
- 4 Amy Winehouse unpublished 2004 interview: ‘Ten years from now I’ll be 30, so I’ll maybe have one baby’
- 5 Dutch paedophile club to fight their ban at the European Court of Human Rights