Day In a Page
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
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- Ravi Shankar: Sitar virtuoso and composer whose work introduced Indian music to Western audiences
- Lawrence Guyot: Civil rights activist
- Alex Moulton: Designer whose eponymous lightweight bicycle became a symbol of the Sixties
- Martin Richards: Producer
- Huw Lloyd Langton: Guitarist with space-rock giants Hawkwind
- Oscar Niemeyer
- Cornel Lucas: Photographer who made his name as a pioneer of film portraiture
- Lord Denman: Businessman and philanthropist
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- After the census, how about a survey on how surveys affect us all?
- Washington and Portugal point the way forward - we're fools to keep fighting this War on Drugs
- The best way to punish Amazon for avoiding tax is to shop elsewhere this Christmas
- Extravagant, yes, exotic, certainly – but black swans aren't as rare as you may think
- From Winona to Angus, now we know how long rehabilitation takes
- These fines for HSBC, Standard Chartered and LLoyds prove there's one law for US banks, another for Europe's
- Mixed race children and young people are individual nation states. They defy classification
- Excuse me, but are you fluent in colour swatch? Can you speak Farrow & Ball?
- Tantric sex similes don't usually turn me on. But I'm excited about David Cameron's speech on Europe
- Cameron at the PMQs: 'We are raising money for the rich'
- So the Pope's tweeting, but do we really want ethical advice in 140 characters?
- No smoke without fire: how riot stereotypes damage Tottenham
- How the internet is transforming democracy
- The Pope may have joined Twitter over a week ago, but he's only just tweeted. How did he do?
- The legacy of Savile's abuse must lead to change
- NHS food standards: An exclusive kind of compassion
- Jacintha Saldanha deserves to be more than a fable
- The Court of Protection: how journalists and lawyers can open the closed doors of justice
- After what my son and I went through, I support greater press access to the Court of Protection
- The Court of Protection is subject to unprecedented scrutiny. But there's still a long way to go
- FHM, Virgin and Zoo Australia: The 12 Days of Misogyny
- The involvement of the press in my son's case was overwhelmingly positive
- Yes, there's even a glass ceiling in Middle-earth. Want to make it as a female Hobbit? Think again
- Orphans of war: why Unicef does no more valuable work than when helping Africa's child soldiers
- Those bloody insurance companies, they're like: 'Are you sure you don’t have whiplash?'
- Snooper's Charter: The internet can’t keep our secrets. And neither can the Government
- Census, gays and a very bad day for the Church of England
- The World in 2013: the people, themes, trends and problems that will define our global economy
- Why on earth does David Cameron think televised debates are optional? His resistance is futile anyway
- So you thought our courts were open and accessible? Think again
- These equal marriage reforms are historic, because in 21st century Britain the meaning of family goes beyond man, woman and child
- The census: are reports of the death of religion just being exaggerated?
- Why David Cameron doesn't want live television debates in 2015
- Universities treat students like customers, so why aren't we always right?
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: How can I get rid of my daughter's boyfriend without alienating her?
- Why did the Good Men Project publish a blog by an unrepentant and unconvicted rapist?
- The real Oxbridge delusion: Deny it all you want, the red trousers and rich kids stereotype fits perfectly
- Grammys: No Bieber, but plenty of American indie pop band fun
- Britain needs more entrepreneurs, so let's teach our young people to take risks and innovate
- LA's Measure B: To disagree with using condoms in porn is to disagree with sexual health
- If you ask me...holiday course work starts with your pile of dirty washing
- Labour's U-turn on equal marriage: why is equality for minority groups a matter of conscience?
- Public must question itself too over nurse Saldanha's death
- Intrusive, expensive, ineffective and not needed: this Government Bill cannot proceed
- Not fit for purpose: why this Bill is unworkable, ill-considered, and an affront to our privacy
- Poll: Will the world end on 21st December?
- Spread of super mutant (ninja?) rats makes catchers ask for stronger poison
- After ‘milking’ and ‘porting’, now St Andrews students are ‘champagning’
- Free Ravi Shankar Download: get his 1950s debut album today only
- One Pound Fish man takes on X Factor winner James Arthur: Who will be our Christmas number one?
- End of the world: Official Website!
- Spice Girls ‘Viva Forever’: a round-up of the reviews
- End of the World? Pah. NASA has other ideas
- Maya from Zero Dark Thirty is the real Carrie Mathison from Homeland
- The end of the world is nigh!
- Wealthy Dutch creationist builds life-sized replica of Noah's Ark in time for the Apocalypse
- It wasn't the end of the world, but asteroid 4179 Toutatis did pass close to Earth last night
- Must watch: Dog adopts orphaned tiger cubs in Russia
- Fenton! The viral video is remastered
- Poll: what was your favourite Twitter spat of 2012?
- Frisky business: One in seven office workers set to ‘make a move’ on colleague at Christmas party
- Photos: Living off the Grid
- Louis CK takes on the Vanity Fair Proust Questionnaire and wins
- The best of the Ikea Monkey memes from around the internet
- Editorial: Finucane lays bare the amoral face of Britain
- Editorial: A betrayal of principle on same-sex marriage
- Editorial: Dangerous signals from Pyongyang
- Editorial: Has bank culture really changed?
- Editorial: An absence more eloquent than words
- Editorial: When East came West and the twain met
- Editorial: Time to give microphones to football referees
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- Fletcher's stony silence speaks volumes about India's decline
- Graeme Swann plays down power of the pitch as England look to seize the moment in India
- Steven Finn doubtful for fourth Test against India
- Stuart Broad's misery deepens as heel injury puts T20 return in doubt
- Stuart Broad sent for scan on heel injury
- Andy Murray misses Sports Personality of the Year awards for pain and suffering in Miami
- Roger Federer shows off his questionable football skills in Brazil
- Rees retires from leading the fight against corruption
- Rafael Nadal to make long-awaited comeback
- Rafael Nadal aims at return victory in Abu Dhabi
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Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Scottish independence: Yes campaign feels the heat as Alex Salmond's NHS claims come under furious attack
£23m Birmingham cycle scheme is attacked by Tory councillor for not catering to the elderly
Salmond accused of laughing off national debt with ‘what are they going to do: invade?’ joke
- 1 Scottish independence: Ireland since 1919 is a lesson for Scotland in what a Yes vote means
- 2 British tourists 'murdered' in Thailand: Pair's bloodied bodies found naked on Koh Tao beach
- 3 Lego breaks out of the toy box and heads for the gallery
- 4 Vogue under fire for 'Big Booty' article
- 5 Julian Assange and Edward Snowden join piracy mogul Kim Dotcom’s political campaign in New Zealand