Day In a Page
Sunday, 14 July 2013
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- Trayvon Martin murder jury was prevented from considering the real issue at play – racial profiling
- Bravo, Ed Miliband! But who'll pay for the election now?
- The last of the great intellectuals
- What's so wrong with marriage?
- Make an example of Danny Nightingale? They chose the wrong guy
- The heroism of the murdered Good Samaritan proves society needs both justice and compassion
- Zimmerman trial: Race is a constant in US life – as elsewhere
- Letters: Olympic waste of public money
- JK Rowling proves we are most ourselves when we pretend to be another
- Sorry, Thom Yorke, but Spotify helps bands much more than it hinders them
- Is Stuart Broad a cheat? I’d rather England's cricket team were ruthless winners than priggish losers
- The Ministry of Defence is running out of excuses for soldier deaths during training exercises
- Dream on Cameron, you're no Harry Potter
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: My 67-year-old father is besotted with a 25-year-old woman
- The Liverpool Care Pathway is dead, but we must still address how we care for the dying
- Damn this hot weather to hell!
- Owen Jones: For Tories, privatisation is still a matter of dogmatic faith
- Like a Cold War thriller – my meeting with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden
- Robert Fisk: By taking sides within sides, Rifkind risks a repeat of Balkans mistakes in Syria
- Olympics legacy: What remains of the 'Isles of Wonder' euphoria?
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Farewell, Milibandroid the Elder, and come again soon
- The No. 1 mistake? Writing off the music industry just because you're no longer so fully engaged
- PTSD and soldier suicide are serious, but let's be sure on the statistics
- There have been protests in both Turkey and Egypt in recent months, but the similarities end there
- Union City Blues: Falkirk wasn't a wake up call for Labour, it was a wake up call for the unions
- Bernanke is right to dash the expectation that ‘tapering’ is going to happen any time soon
- Sex scandals are no bar to public office...
- Hidden hands of old regimes did not go away
- Ed Miliband's reforms will be costly. Not changing will cost even more
- Why the delay on plain packs for cigarettes?
- Boy George is looking cheerful, Nigel's the dutiful dad and the s-l-o-w pace of politics pre-Twitter
- Reading a dull book? Put it down this instant!
- Dog hit by car; master savaged by villagers
- The Labour Party must have a relationship with trade unionists not just a trade union
- If Gary Barlow leaves, who would you like to replace him on The X Factor?
- LISTEN: Brand new Dean Atta poem on Trayvon Martin case
- JK Rowling donned an invisibility cloak for bestselling novel ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’
- Poll: Cricket, Morality and Stuart Broad
- Stars pay tribute to Glee star Cory Monteith
- Twitter Reaction: George Zimmerman is acquitted of the murder of Trayvon Martin
- Editorial: Targets work, not silly edicts
- Prince Charles and a tax deal that takes the biscuit
- The ups and downs of a slowdown in China
- Battle for the heart of the Tories
- Fine words, but too few deeds on public heath
- Never, ever, underestimate an Aussie
- The Acquittal of George Zimmerman: It's still too black and white in America
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- Tour de France 2013: Historic climb on Mont Ventoux gives us Chris Froome with a view
- Tour de France: Injuries, crashes and inexperience push Chris Froome and Sky to the limit
- The Last Word: The ghosts of Tours past still haunt Chris Froome
- Strava GPS app: Proof at last – pro cyclists are faster than us all
- Tour de France 2013: Stage 16 preview - video
- Tour de France: 10 things we've learnt so far at the Tour de France
- Tour de France: Leader takes it easy before climb up Bald Mountain
- Ashes 2013 First test: James Anderson ends epic resistance as England beat Australia
- Ashes 2013: A pity that this fascinating contest had to be ended by mere gadgetry
- Ashes 2013: Double review ends Michael Clarke’s resistance to give England the edge
- Ashes 2013: There’s no one that I’d rather have in my team right now than Jimmy Anderson - Alastair Cook
- James Lawton: Graeme Swann's pure genius cracks stout Aussies
- It was my finest innings in Ashes Tests, says Ian Bell
- Ashes 2013: England stick with same squad for second Test
- Ashes 2013: Five things we learnt at the thrilling battle of Trent Bridge
- Ashes 2013: Far from a crisis as baggy Greens outplayed but not outmatched
- Ashes 2013: Michael Clarke won’t be driven to distraction by DRS in the 'Technology Test'
- The Ashes 2013 First Test: Player ratings
- Ashes 2013: Adam Gilchrist agrees with Stuart Broad's decision not to walk
- The Calvin Report: Walk? Only if the car runs out of petrol
- John Townsend: Batsmen are faced with the gravity of the situation
- Matt Butler: Who needs Sky gimmicks when Blofeld’s on the bus?
- The Open: How will Muirfield survive in the Inverdale stocks?
- The Open 2013: Ernie Els glad to be back as he returns the Claret Jug
- The Open 2013: Rory McIlroy grouped with Phil Mickelson while Graeme McDowell is alongside favourite Tiger Woods
- Phil Mickelson sees off Brandon Grace to win dramatic Scottish Open
- Justin Rose has the right stuff to win a major championship
- Big Phil stands between Paul Casey and a shot at The Open
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'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
French court convicts three over homophobic tweets, in case hailed as a 'significant victory' by LGBT rights campaigners
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
British Muslim school children suffering a backlash of abuse following Paris attacks
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford faces execution by firing squad in Indonesia
Liberal Democrat minister defends comments suggesting immigration causes pub closures
- 1 The BBC has just done more to eradicate ‘terrorism’ than all our wars since 9/11
- 3 Mystery man who gave mum heart-warming note on train 'wanted to put a smile on her face'