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Monday, 11 February 2013
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- The Pope can quit but it won't erase his complicity in his Church’s crimes
- Judging by the complaints, sanctions are inflicting pain
- Jewel-encrusted limos, corseted croupiers: who could resist a flutter online?
- There will be no currency war. But why did the G7 have to say it?
- North Korea: A nuclear tragedy which plays out as comedy
- Barack Obama, the fiscal cliff, and why the State of the Union could mark a Wile E Coyote moment
- Out of proportion? We're surprised by fat rich kids, yet expect it of the poor
- It’s now accepted that learning has to be profitable to be valid
- Yes, Page 3 is bad for women. But so are the photos in OK! magazine
- However you feel about Chris Huhne, it would have been a travesty for him to have stayed in office
- Victory against Workfare proves a point my generation has known all along - the system is taking advantage of us
- The Real George Orwell, rescued from endless parody and tiresome idiom for a new generation
- Spare a thought for the comedians as the Pope gets on his horse
- See it away: This time, Cambridge drinking society antics deserve the predictable backlash
- The story of the ‘ex-gay’ blogger exposed on Grindr isn’t funny, it’s just heartbreaking
- The 20th anniversary of James Bulger's death: a tragic episode and its shameful legacy
- 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
- Poll: ‘How to be an MP’ is the most withdrawn book from House of Commons, but which title would you most recommend our politicians?
- Graduate's workfare victory: the response
- 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: The least worst option for the British press
- Editorial: Mr Salmond's reality check
- Editorial: A gauntlet thrown down to China
- Editorial: Inheritance tax freeze proves Osborne is not a master strategist after all
- Editorial: The absurd laxity of Britain's police
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- New Zealand beat England by 55 runs in second T20
- 'I was wrong' admits Stuart Broad after his call costs England
- Stuart Broad admits decision to bowl first against New Zealand was a mistake
- England cling to final chance in Women's T20 World Cup
- England to make last-minute call on Eoin Morgan fitness
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Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
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
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
- 1 Thailand beach murders: Thai PM suggests 'attractive' female tourists cannot expect to be safe wearing bikinis
- 2 Scottish independence: Five reasons Salmond is secretly hoping for a 'No' vote
- 3 Isis plan to 'behead random member of the public' in Sydney thwarted by Australian police
- 4 Scottish independence: Andy Murray backs Yes campaign in eleventh hour decision
- 5 Have you heard about the film Singapore has banned its people from watching? Well, you have now