Day In a Page
Saturday, 14 June 2014
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- Fathers 4 Justice launches campaign to get JK Rowling to abandon charity she presides over after claiming it's "anti-father"
- Two dead after small plane "nosedives" into field near M1
- Unseen photographs capture the devastating and emotional aftermath of the 1996 IRA bomb in Manchester city centre
- Statutory paternity leave and pay should "double to encourage take-up"
- Man pulled under Sandbanks ferry and another left adrift at sea after dinghy collides with vessel in Poole Harbour
- Enrique Mons: Tobacco farmer who fought alongside Castro at the Bay of Pigs and went on to lead Cuba’s state-run cigar industry
- Acie Byrd: Veteran exposed to nuclear radiation who fought for the rights of others who also suffered health problems
- Bernard Kaukas: British Rail architect whose greatest achievement was helping save the Victorian roof at St Pancras Station
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- Iraq crisis: West must take up Tehran's offer to block an Isis victory
- The Iraq invasion was wrong, but this time we must get involved
- Autobiography fuelled by the Facebook effect
- Home truths: What George Osborne can't say about house prices...
- Theresa May should tell Boris that the advent of Philip Neville as an effective anaesthetic means water cannons are no longer needed
- Tony Blair has moved beyond parody in his latest attempt to absolve himself
- Robert Fisk: Now we see how his doctrine turns enemies into ‘allies’
- Courteney Cox: Fabulous at 50
- Beware the politician who thinks a debate about ‘British values’ is the way to voters’ hearts
- The Only Way is Ethics: Finland’s press regulation is outstanding but it just wouldn’t fit Britain’s complex media
- It might be bad for Gary Lewin, but when team and backroom boys come together to celebrate a goal, it’s good for the rest of us
- Surprise, surprise: real wages have gone nowhere. People should have listened to the real experts
- The affection we discover we have for an artist on their death is a testament to the power of art itself
- The referee's friend: Only technology can keep the game beautiful
- America's college sports stars try to level the paying field
- Father's Day should be a clarion call for us to cut our blokes some slack
- Iraq crisis: Threat of new jihadist foe forces President Obama's hand in rethink of US involvement
- My 1:1 diet proves I can resist anything, if it's only for one day
- Don't grin and bear it, girls!
- Let's make Sudan safe for little girls like Roa
- Ed burnt by day in 'The Sun': Why attacking poor Miliband is misguided
- Iraq crisis: Let's help, but not with boots on the ground
- Putting the baa into the Baaard: It's King Lear with sheep
- DJ Taylor: The Piptones were quite an item
- Middle Class Problems: Where do I look for enlightenment when it comes to social-media shorthand?
- Alison Taylor on relationships: I was dumped by text message
- Tim Key: 'You rarely plan to skim stones, and yet you still end up skimming every three years'
- Charlotte Philby's Parental Leave: "IT'S THE WRONG AIRPORT," my husband notes on the eve of our trip
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- England v Sri Lanka: Kumar Sangakkara stars as England bowlers toil on unhelpful surface
- England v Sri Lanka: Kevin Pietersen’s presence overshadowed by impressive centurion Gary Ballance
- England v Sri Lanka: Gary Ballance cuts loose to set up England for final-day victory push
- Eoin Morgan hits career best as Nottinghamshire are put to the sword
- England v Sri Lanka: Farewell to a near-perfect pair – we won't see their like again
- Le Mans 24: Marcel Fassler, Andre Lotterer and Benoit Treluyer see off Posche and Toyota challenge to drive Audi to 13th Le Mans 24 Hours title
- Le Mans 2014: Kazuki Nakajima forced to retire from race
- Le Mans 2014: World Cup winner Fabian Barthez set to compete in his first Le Mans 24 Hours as former France and Manchester United goalkeeper takes to the track
- Laura Robson: 'How I look is not important. How I hit the ball is'
- Aegon Championships 2014: Grigor Dimitrov repays Queen's faith by reaching final
- Aegon Championships 2014: Maria Sharapova's boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov in dreamland after clinching Queen’s Club title
- Nino Severino: ‘I’ve never known strength like my Elena’s'
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- Money alert: Think before you click - these links are jinxed
- Derek Pain: Findel's recovery from its dire days looks encouraging
- Donald MacInnes: My conscience is too large and unwieldy for me to take bribes
- Simon Read: The Bank of England has given us a useful warning
- Simon Read: Key groups are not saving enough
- Bargain Hunter: Family visit to the flicks, with snack and drink - £7.15 a ticket
- Money Insider: Tesco Bank plays shopper loyalty card
- Mark Dampier: It takes time and patience to excel as a fund manager
- Five Questions On: Fuel poverty
- Questions of Cash: Struggling to recover funds deposited in wrong account
- Should you pile into the Footsie or run for the hills?
Pope Francis declares evolution and Big Bang theory are real and God is not 'a magician with a magic wand'
Huge surge in Ukip support after EU funding row, according to new poll
Ukip ‘exploiting grooming scandal’ to secure party’s first police chief
Nigel Farage: 'There’s nothing wrong with white people blacking up'
Maureen Lipman says 'she can't vote Labour while Ed Miliband is leader'
Muslims, immigration and teenage pregnancy: British people are ignorant about almost everything
- 1 'Nasa Confirms Six Days of Darkness in December': No, they don't - it's a hoax
- 2 Canadian actor punched in face after 'Islamophobia' experiment goes wrong in wake of Ottawa shooting
- 3 Woman blinded as a child can see again after hitting her head on a coffee table
- 4 Paul Hollywood: Police asked if I wanted them to arrest Mary Berry for vandalism after she 'defaced' my car
- 5 If you think Russell Brand’s new book is confused, you should read what his critics have to say about it