Day In a Page
Saturday, 14 September 2013
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- Vince Cable and Tim Farron fight it out to be Ed Miliband’s best friend ahead of Lib-Lab coalition
- Much maligned Asbos achieve results
- Michael Williams: Painful lessons – and Assad is still there
- As Lib Dem supporters revolt over their party’s direction, Labour supporters tell Ed to do a deal with Clegg
- There is something deeply cynical about this chemical weapons ‘timetable’
- The rise of the international literary award goes hand in hand with the decline of the novel
- Who’s the Labour insider about to spill the beans?
- Let's build more homes on brownfield sites
- Fully veiled women hinder progressive Islam
- The economy is turning a corner? No, Osborne is just taking us all for a ride
- Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have put Russia back on the top table
- Even climate change has it in for the North
- Special perks for Duke of Cambridge: Who but Prince William gets a year’s paternity leave?
- My next book: a dog in a bag, and me. Can’t fail
- Sincerity steals up on slapstick politics, conference tailoring, and voices off at the opera
- Kids need time more than tests
- Bullying has left the playground and joined the currency of adult life but Twitter is an insult too far
- Don't believe Chancellor's 'mission accomplished' rhetoric, we need a recovery that lasts, for all
- Reflections on Yom Kippur: The importance of admitting that people make mistakes
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- England v Australia 4th ODI - as it happened
- Michael Clarke a doubt for ODI series decider
- Round-up: Durham edge closer to title after dramatic Derbyshire collapse
- Fourth ODI: England overcome stunning hat-trick by Australian paceman Clint McKay to set up series decider
- England v Australia: Fourth ODI in pictures
- England stand by Michael Carberry as series fizzles out
- County round-up: Durham stall but stay in control
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- Patrick Leigh Fermor profile: 'Glitteringly told, impossibly romantic, unrepeatable today...'
- Cruise Report: Follow Shackleton to the great White Continent
- Great getaways: Mondays at L'Manoir, US fly-drive, off-season Istanbul and Indian Ocean escape
- Ben Ross: What's changed in 90 years of South American travel?
- Simon Calder: How a minor prang became a major case of 'de-identification'
- A marvellous menu in Arles
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- My life in travel: Lennie James
- Travel agenda
- Travel challenge: A tour of Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands
- Tips and deals of the week: The Marlton at Greenwich Village, the BlasterBee speaker and nannies on Etihad
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- Why the return of TSB to the high street feels like shotgun divorce
- Wealth Check: Why this teacher needs lessons in saving for a home of her own
- Savvy Money: Don't give the Green Deal the cold shoulder
- Julian Knight: A boom in house prices? What boom in house prices?
- Millions 'could have mis-sold investments'
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
Ukraine crisis: Russia dismisses '3am ultimatum' as 'total nonsense'
If you're horrified by a flame-roasted dog, you should be shocked at a hog roast
Poor 'live like animals' says Boris's privately educated sister after going on 'poverty safari'
White people become less racist just by moving to more diverse areas, study finds
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
- 1 International Women's Day 2014: The shocking statistics that show why it is still so important
- 2 Orgasm machine to deliver climax at the push of a button
- 3 Teacher shows sex tape featuring herself to pupils during class by mistake
- 4 Singapore sting: Sky-high prices are pushing locals to the edge of affordability
- 5 Liam Neeson turned down James Bond role because late wife Natasha Richardson said she wouldn't marry him if he took it