Day In a Page
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
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- Is it the end of the world? Headless chicken weathervanes to track language of fear online
- What's next, the stage? Parrot who can 'play dead' lands job at Legoland
- Malaysia flight MH370: Pitbull song lyrics bear uncanny resemblance to missing plane mystery, according to YouTubers
- First Kiss viral video was just a clothing advert starring actors
- Impatient dog presses car horn for 20 minutes as owners browse art gallery
- Rampaging elephant smashes up house but then 'saves crying baby trapped under debris'
- Green light for GM? First official report into genetically modified crops in five years recommends 'safe and sustainable' roll-out in Britain
- The five-second rule is real, say scientists
- Tiny T-Rex: Fossils reveal Tyrannosaurus mini-me roamed Earth 70 million years ago
- Hell is wetter than you thought: Diamond suggests that beneath the Earth's crust is an 'ocean’s worth of water'
- Europeans have ‘got whiter’ due to natural selection in past 5,000 years, scientists say
- Chimpanzees are better at computer games than children, scientists claim
- Peacocks make fake sex noises to attract the attention of females
- William Duff: Banker whose expertise helped transform Dubai into a financial powerhouse and a major force in the Arab world
- Marion Thorpe: Pianist who fled the Nazis in 1938 before sacrificing her career for her family and going on to marry Jeremy Thorpe
- William Clay Ford: Businessman and scion of the Ford dynasty who helped ensure that power remained with the family
- Melba Hernandez: Revolutionary who helped Castro in his first coup attempt and later served Cuba as an ambassador
- Gerard Mortier: Pioneering opera director whose career was dedicated to breaking traditions and pushing artistic boundaries
- Lord Bilston: Politician who championed the steel industry and was popular on both sides of the House of Commons
- ‘Wild Bill’Guarnere: Bemedalled soldier whose exploits in Europe were dramatised in the HBO series 'Band of Brothers'
- Eric James Mellon: Potter whose lyrical work was infused with his love of the storytelling powers of Ancient Greek ceramicists
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- Apparently it is winning that counts: UK Sport’s approach to distributing funding is deeply troubling
- One white shark, a whole lot of questions
- Mark Steel: All those touchy-feely baristas need someone like Bob Crow fighting for their right to behave like normal people
- The row over Prince Charles’ letters is not just legal argument vs public interest. There are real constitutional implications
- Communism on a tiny scale can work – unless it’s in China where, ironically, it can’t stand a chance
- Ucas: Flogging ads on the back of its access to students is just plain sneaky
- Bob Crow death: In 30 years, will the cult of the individual have taken such a hold that the idea of working for the collective good is lost?
- A bribe isn’t the way to quit smoking
- i Editor's Letter: So what, exactly, is Labour's position on the EU?
- Obama has chosen his side in the war Congress is waging on the errant CIA
- Three cheers for the marriage tax break
- One Direction fans should be lobbying the band, not just George Osborne
- Clegg’s free school meals plan may have some glitches, but who cares?
- It would be so much fun to say that Roy Jenkins remade Britain in his own degenerate image. The only problem is, it isn’t true
- The Last of the Unjust: Did I not get it? Or is the New Yorker's film critic wrong this time?
- As Caribbean nations call for compensation, it's time for Britain to examine its own history in the slave trade
- Britain isolated is Britain undone. When will Eurosceptics realise that the era of the nation state has ended?
- Banning ‘bossy’: what's so threatening?
- PMQs review: Did Clegg just put paid to a Lib-Lab coalition?
- Tinder isn't for teens, so why are so many using the app?
- i Editor's Letter: These students are not giving up on Westminster
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- Fracking shame: Full threat to British wildlife is laid bare in a new report showing up to half the country could be licensed for shale gas extraction
- Powerlines disturb animal habitats by appearing as disturbing flashes of UV light invisible to the human eye
- Case for the badger cull called into question as new figures show huge decline in bovine TB
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- Hometown hero Chris Jordan leads England to victory over West Indies
- World Twenty20 2014: Ashley Giles exasperated by England batting woes
- England's torturer-in-chief Mitchell Johnson could miss start of World T20 with toe problem
- Oscar Pistorius trial: Cricketer Herschelle Gibbs tweets 'lol #neveradullmoment' after autographed bat is used as evidence
- Lewis Hamilton on Michael Schumacher ski accident: 'Experience' gives F1 legend chance to 'show his character'
- Formula One 2014: New cars' power cut puts the driver back in charge
- Michael Schumacher: Conflicting messages over health of F1 legend overshadow build-up to new season
- Jenson Button interview: 'It's when you are away from racing that it hits you like a stake through the heart'
- Formula One 2014's big questions: Ten things to look out for in the new season
- Michael Schumacher: Former team-mate Felipe Massa 'praying every day'
- F1: Lewis Hamilton admits he remains uncertain how well Mercedes will compete this season
- Sebastian Vettel: Red Bull driver warns sceptics about writing off title chances
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: More Of That eases past lady and the champ to take World by surprise
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Sire De Grugy wins Queen Mother Champion Chase
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Silviniaco Conti has class to show Bobs real worth
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: More Of That wins World Hurdle, with Big Bucks retired after defeat
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: 'At the end of the day it is your pet dying. It ain't your son, daughter, brother, sister,' says Ruby Walsh of horse fatalities
- Cheltenham Festival: Queen Mother Champion Chase victory for Sire De Grugy proves popularity of Moores' family affair
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: ‘Big Bucks is the people’s horse and came back safe and sound’
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Annie Power has right make-up to beat Big Buck's in Ladbrokes World Hurdle
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Jockey Ruby Walsh angers welfare groups by describing horses as 'replaceable'
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: O'Faolains Boy wins duel with Smad Place for the RSA Chase
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Ruby Walsh clarifies comments that horses are 'expendable' following death of Our Conor
- Cheltenham Diary: Can Martin Pipe finally win his dad's race?
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: Big Buck's hopes to win in yellow
- Indian Wells 2014: Stanislas Wawrinka suffers first defeat of the season, with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer the biggest names remaining
- Indian Wells 2014: Andy Murray refuses to blame fitness after defeat to Milos Raonic, saying it simply was '"not good enough'
- Indian Wells 2014: Li Na and Novak Djokovic advance
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- Tim Berners-Lee on creating the web: 'I never expected all these cats'
- EE crowned UK's best mobile operator - Vodafone in last place
- Tomnod: How to join the virtual search party scanning satellite imagery for missing flight MH370
- Facebook updates spread bad moods virally
- UK offers best 'superfast' broadband in Europe
- Face it - this is what you always wanted a driverless car for
- The Web is 25: And Twitter gets all nostalgic
- Titanfall: Xbox Live recovers after jitters; fans hold their breath for UK launch
- The Web is 25: 10 things you need to know about the web (including how much it weighs)
- The Web is 25: Let's look at some baby photos of your favourite websites
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- Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 Q&A: What do we know about what happened?
- Holiday company condemned for offering to pay fines for parents taking children out of school in term time
- No repeat of Terminal 5 horror show when new 'Queen's Terminal' opens this June, Heathrow authorities insist
- Travel deals: Get away to Greece, relax in Bali or catch the end of the ski season
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- KCL agrees to pay its staff the London Living Wage
- Teenager attempts to become an MP in planet’s most dangerous nation
- Oxford's students of colour speak out in powerful 'I, too, am Oxford' campaign
- The i debate verdict: ‘We can’t run away from Westminster politics’
- 'Mentally tough' female students do better than their male counterparts, study finds
Isis threat: Cameron wants an alliance with Iran
Crisis? What crisis? A visiting US doctor gives the NHS a rave review
Ukip MEP calls for reintroduction of death penalty on fiftieth anniversary of last deaths
Russell Brand calls for Israel boycott: Comedian urges big businesses that 'facilitate the oppression of people in Gaza' to pull funding
Michael Brown shooting: Chaos erupts on the streets of Ferguson after autopsy shows teenager was shot six times – twice in the head
World peace? These are the only 11 countries in the world that are actually free from conflict
- 1 Three of Pope Francis' relatives die in Argentina car crash, including two young great-nephews
- 2 Michael Brown shooting: Amnesty International sends team within US for first time as National Guard deployed
- 3 Reading Festival 2014: Tesco branch replaces salad with Jager and potatoes for vodka as campsite opens tomorrow
- 4 Here’s the damning letter Robin Williams wrote to his Mrs Doubtfire co-star's principal after they expelled her
- 5 Ferguson protests: 90-year-old Holocaust survivor Hedy Epstein ‘arrested’ by police during St Louis demonstrations