Day In a Page
Thursday, 11 October 2012
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- Peter Tory: Journalist and raconteur whose irreverent eye brought colour to Fleet Street
- Eddie Bert: Trombonist whose 70-year career included stints with Davis, Monk and Mingus
- Foulath Hadid: Writer and expert on Arab affairs
- Major Roy Bates: The self-proclaimed 'Prince of Sealand'
- Chadli Bendjedid: Politician whose reforming zeal led to bloodshed
- Kevin Curran: Cricketer for Gloucestershire and Northants
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- I used to be a libertarian. But then someone stole my gold clubs.
- A happy ending – if you play the waiting game
- Invoke the Nazis and you’ve lost the argument
- Julia Gillard should know that using the sexism card to get you out of a tight spot is low politics
- Diary: Oh, to be an ex-con Lord, free once more to claim expenses
- Errors and Omissions: Can you only be stabbed in a frenzied attack?
- Vladimir Putin must find it hilarious that David Cameron won’t back Europe on Russia’s abuses
- My father knew Jimmy Savile. See the good in him, he told me. That was the mistake we all made
- The Nobel committee has been unjustly derided for recognising the achievements of the noble EU
- This week's big questions: benefits, homeowner rights and should we cut the abortion time limit?
- So, is Tony Abbot, the leader of the Australian opposition, a sexist? PM Julia Gillard thinks so
- Stoke Mandeville Hospital still has questions to answer over the Jimmy Savile child abuse scandal
- To vote or not to vote? At 16, children like my daughter are old enough to decide for themselves
- All that's missing is the word 'marriage'
- The Big Six make profits while the elderly shiver
- Credit to moderator Martha Raddatz for ensuring Joe Biden and Paul Ryan had a substantive debate
- Today's wackiest web stories: Turns out the afterlife does exist, after all. Who knew?
- Dharamsala: The new film festival in the Dalai Lama's backyard
- Joe Biden beat Paul Ryan to disrupt Republican momentum in an episode of the Generation Game
- Why are they trending? #vpdebate, Joe Biden, Edgar Davids, #theplanecrash
- Questionable Time: How Shappsenfreude backfired and why Zephaniah must do his homework
- Stop giving us excuses, ignore the backlash and get on with legalising same-sex marriage
- Why do the likes of David Starkey, Andrew Pierce and Rupert Everett oppose same-sex marriage despite being gay? Is it Stockholm Syndrome?
- Lowering the voting age is a great idea, but cynical stunts won’t fool 16-year-old voters
- Diary: When will Bono and Nick Clegg release their eagerly awaited pop duet?
- The Beatles, protests with purpose, and optimism: why the Sixties were nothing short of a Golden Age
- Wave goodbye to the showboaters and mavericks. The age of serious politics has finally begun
- When will we learn from history and stop dodging the Euro issue with false promises of referendums?
- The Sorry News: What do Ashley Cole, Lewis Hamilton and Nick Clegg have in common?
- As eating disorders are on the rise, it's important to remember that there's more to it than anorexia
- Malala Yousufzai, the Taliban's reign of terror, and the brutal cost of cowardice in today's Pakistan
- What Doctors Don’t Tell You: There is something very wrong with our libel laws
- How Lance Armstrong's drug abuse scandal has battered the reputation of international cycling
- Why are they trending? International Coming Out Day, #ReasonswhyIleftFacebook, #Dayofthegirl
- Desmond Tutu and Ela Bhatt: On international day of the girl, let's unleash a 21st century feminism to liberate women everywhere
- Forced eviction in China is a gross violation of human rights and cannot be tolerated
- Sketch: Aspiration for all, whether you're white or black, Eton or Harrow
- The latest revelation in a history of failures
- This is the worst time in history for a bad harvest
- What Mr Cameron was really saying to his party
- International Coming Out Day: The jokes are widespread, but there is a reality behind it
- For fans of Livestrong it's just business as usual
- Plane Crash on Channel 4: I was on a doomed virtual flight. But would I live?
- Sex site runs small penis competition
- Dammit, Wyclef: Corruption at hip-hop star's Haiti charity
- Andrew Mitchell must step down
- Jedward's new video Luminous - how does it make you feel?
- REACTION: Joe Biden vs. Paul Ryan Vice Presidential debate
- Watch Joe Biden and Paul Ryan in the Vice Presidential Debate
- Your new iPhone is secretly tracking you
- Muslim rappers and other US attempts to troll the terrorists
- The average Twitter user is a young woman with an iPhone and 208 followers
- 'Hot blondes' are more likely to be charged with murder
- The strangest graves in the world
- It's not looking good for Lance Armstrong
- You are slowly being poisoned by arsenic
- Editorial: A bad time to weaken Britain's voice in Europe
- Editorial: A speech to rally the Tory party (un)faithful
- Editorial: Armstrong was not the only culprit
- Editorial: A questionable Scottish exception
- Editorial: Welcome to Belfast, Marie Stopes
- Editorial: A phoenix may yet rise from the BAE-EADS ashes
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- Justin Rose beats Lee Westwood to take near £1m prize in Turkey
- Rose fightback denies Woods and earns showdown with Westwood
- Rory McIlroy beaten by Tiger Woods to end Turkish Airlines World Golf hopes
- McIlroy aims to knock Woods out of the reckoning
- Kevin Garside: Links master Darren Clarke is ideal pick for Ryder Cup at Gleneagles
- Sebastian Vettel fastest as Red Bull impress in Korean Grand Prix practice
- Lewis Hamilton admits 'maybe Twitter is not the one for me' following series of gaffes
- McLaren win tax verdict over spying scandal
- Fernando Alonso confident Ferrari can withstand pressure from Red Bull
- Monisha Kaltenborn to become first female team principal in Formula One
- McLaren: We will rise to Red Bull's challenge insists Martin Whitmarsh
- Formula One's first woman boss at Sauber
- Andy Murray battles through to Shanghai Masters semi-finals
- Andy Murray needed a psychologist to end his Grand Slam misery and win the US Open
- Andy Murray storms into Shanghai Masters quarter-finals
- Differing fortunes for Laura Robson and Heather Watson in Osaka
- Heather Watson and Laura Robson progress at the Japan Open
- Tennis prize-money increase quells player strike threat
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- Disability skiing: The rise of accessible ski resorts
- The Big Six: Great gondolas
- My life in travel: Jenny Jones
- Stephen Wood: Fine dining hits the heady heights
- Snow news
- Winter Olympics: Setting the cold standard
- Skiboot camp: Get fit for a winter on skis in the Rockies
- Val Cenis: France's great unknown
- Learning to ski in comfort
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Nigel Farage defends Kerry Smith 'ch***y' comment: 'If you are going for a Chinese, what do you say you’re going for?'
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Panic Saturday: 13 million Britons spend £1.2bn – while 13 million others across the country live in poverty unable to afford food
- 1 Planes go hybrid-electric in important step to greener flight
- 2 Christmas comes early to Hong Kong, as millions of bank notes spill out onto busy street
- 3 Antonio Martin shooting: Police and protesters clash over teenager's death just five miles from Ferguson, Missouri
- 4 Northern Lights above Britain: Stunning Aurora Borealis illuminates Northumberland sky on Christmas Eve
- 5 British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh