Day In a Page
Friday, 15 March 2013
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- The new Pope promises a new approach in the Catholic Church - but will this extend to Twitter?
- As in The Paperboy and Side Effects, there's nothing more thrilling than a jump between genres
- David Cameron can see off a challenge from Theresa May. But Boris Johnson is another matter
- Donald MacInnes: The black comedy of futile war in Afghanistan
- Should the British press be regulated statutory law?
- This week's big questions: Is the idea of Europe as a political entity flawed? Should austerity continue?
- The Leveson dispute could destroy our free press
- A Political Life: Parliament still has two years to run, but what has the Coalition got to fill it?
- Devon council bans apostrophes in street signs
- A week in which the hand of God made Argentina feel proud again
- Oh, for a judge who had read Dante or Shakespeare to sum up the tragedy of Vicky Pryce
- As Ken Loach's film on post-war Britain shows, the Spirit of ’45 has been lost in our age of austerity
- What’s the point of signing off emails with words you don’t even mean?
- It’s a miracle that any opera ever gets performed
- It’s a miracle that any opera ever gets performed
- Errors and Omissions: We might need a solemn oath to save ‘he’ and ‘she’ from extinction
- Labour discipline is in a woeful state, but there is more than that at stake with the Ahmed affair
- Tackling FGM, violence against women and forced marriage around the world
- Signs of a rethink on America's War on Drugs
- World Sleep Day: Big spoon or little spoon? No spooning for me
- Questionable Time: Chuka Umunna can dance with Will Smith, but is he the real deal?
- To boost activism beyond Red Nose Day, we need political education in schools
- World Sleep Day: It isn’t just overweight middle-aged men who are at risk from sleep apnoea
- In The Audience and This House, those are politicians on stage, but not as I knew them
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- New Zealand v England: Stuart Broad and Matt Prior keep tourists in control
- New Zealand v England: Me the greatest? Not just yet, insists Matt Prior
- The Last Word: Hang tough, Michael Clarke... that is why it is called Test cricket
- Second Test: Kevin Pietersen takes over after England lose their concentration and early wickets
- Formula One: Rain forces Australian Grand Prix qualifying to Sunday
- Red Bull bubbling as new Formula One season dawns
- F1: Lewis Hamilton 'massively excited' after Mercedes out-pace McLaren in Australia
- Jenson Button says Lewis Hamilton jibes are way off the mark
- F1: Martin Whitmarsh admits McLaren are 'undoubtedly struggling'
- F1: Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull make ominous start to new season
- Lewis Hamilton delighted with Mercedes' pace before gravel trap crash
- Cheltenham Festival: Bobs Worth takes Gold Cup victory but final day overshadowed by McNamara concerns
- James Lawton: Renaissance man Barry Geraghty proves a good deal more than just a survivor at the Cheltenham Festival
- Cheltenham Festival: Fears for J T McNamara's future after operation on neck
- Cheltenham Festival: AP McCoy makes late switch of mounts for Gold Cup
- James Lawton: Paul Nicholls has golden chance to end his nightmare Cheltenham wait
- Cheltenham Festival: Baby-faced Cooper underlines status as new Irish hero
- Cheltenham Festival: Salubrious gets Paul Nicholls off the mark in final race
- Cheltenham Festival: Salsify dramatic winner of Foxhunter Chase Challenge Cup
- Tony McCoy breaks duck in the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdl
- Paddy Power website crashes hours before Cheltenham Gold Cup
- Cheltenham Festival: Our Conor runs away with Triumph Hurdle
- Cheltenham Festival: Harsh lesson for Mangan on first taste of the hill
- Cheltenham Festival: Ted Veale reels in Tennis Cap
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- Phil Mansbridge: The fragile bonds between tourism and wildlife
- Tips and deals of the week: Suffolk Escape, English Tourism Week and World Expeditions Australia walking tours
- Travel Agenda
- My life in travel: Anthony Horowitz
- Travel Challenge: May half term in Portugal
- Open Jaw
- Colorado dreamin', in Vail
- New Horizons: Upmarket to Tenerife
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- Now isn't the time to be timid over Isas – aggression is the key
- Savvy Money: Sorting out junior savings mess ought to be child's play
- Wealth Check: 'How can we get ourselves a bigger home?'
- Classic cars can be the route to escaping tax while motoring to soaring profits
- Questions of Cash: 'Secret searches' after I browsed a comparison website
- Mark Dampier: Opportunities still to take in 'impossible rally'
- Simon Read: the Government must force banks to serve us, not just profit from us
- Shopping around could make your cash ISA nicer
- Julian Knight: Skewing Bank's Funding for Lending will not help business
- Osborne is urged to slash 15% off VAT for building industry
- Derek Pain: I'm biding my time before any Amerisur plunge
- The Bargain Hunter: Get lit up with 25pc off these LED bulbs
- In the Red: A monster, a fiver, and something far more valuable
- Simon Read: Local communities can help beat payday lenders
- Money Insider: So do you know what's on your credit record?
- Simon Read: help us George, consumers say ahead of budget
- Jargon-free accounts can simplify savings
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- Simon Read: Older people have most to fear from George Osborne
- Five questions about... Exchange rates
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Nigel Farage defends Kerry Smith 'ch***y' comment: 'If you are going for a Chinese, what do you say you’re going for?'
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Panic Saturday: 13 million Britons spend £1.2bn – while 13 million others across the country live in poverty unable to afford food
- 1 Planes go hybrid-electric in important step to greener flight
- 2 Antonio Martin shooting: Police and protesters clash over teenager's death just five miles from Ferguson, Missouri
- 3 Northern Lights above Britain: Stunning Aurora Borealis illuminates Northumberland sky on Christmas Eve
- 4 British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
- 5 Hip hop is both racial and political, and for Iggy Azalea to suggest otherwise is insulting