Day In a Page
Sunday, 16 December 2012
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- A cosmic collision: Two satellites due to smash into surface of the moon… but don't worry, it was all planned by Nasa
- Boiler trouble leaves Antarctic lake project on ice
- Internet pornography 'can make you lose your memory'
- Video: Paralysed woman moves bionic arm with mind
- The sub-glacial Antarctic lake cut off from the world for a million years – until now
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- Boyle wouldn't go gentle into that good knighthood
- Syria: The descent into Holy War
- A short history of the end of the world
- America: Too many guns, too little will to change
- Clegg has a mind-altering plan for power
- I support this appeal because I have seen how charity brings hope to children forced to kill
- A year older, and I still can’t believe that I’m not the youth I used to be
- Why I would carry a gun in the US
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: My hopelessly romantic ex says I'm not 'the one'.
- Please don’t send me any books – unless you own a time machine
- We aren’t proper friends – so do I really owe you a Christmas card?
- The United States Supreme Court shouldn't rush to legislate on same-sex marriage
- The myth of over-paid public sector workers
- Strivers versus shirkers: the reality of work for young graduates today
- In the search for justice in the former Yugoslavia, are we ignoring the Serbian victims of war crimes?
- Most of us know the body does not have a 'way of shutting down' to prevent rape, but we have to change the thinking of those who don't
- Some seasonal advice for my lovely little sister...
- Monday Diary: Amid the school shooting horror, CNN advertises to the converted
- Finucane, Sami al-Saadi and Khaled el-Musri: will we once again just 'move on' from the murky conduct of MI6 and the CIA?
- As opinion polls give Ukip a boost, it's time to ask what Britain's third party really wants
- I've discovered classical music isn't just for snobs
- Even the slaughter of six year olds won't alter the twisted logic of the US gun lobby
- There have been nearly 600 recorded child abductions by the LRA since 2008. Joseph Kony's child bride was one of them
- Sports Personality of the Year: a vote for Wiggo is a vote for the French. It has to be Mo.
- If we really want to show Danny Boyle our appreciation for the Olympics opening ceremony, a knighthood isn't the way
- Who cares about hard-working singles?
- Without the work of Refuge, even more women would suffer Cassie's fate
- A white-only debate lacks balance
- My godless city is full of Christian charity
- There's nothing to beat a quiet night out
- HMG's response to corruption? More secrecy
- The Emperor's New Clothes (16/12/12)
- Rant & Rave (16/12/12)
- Alex Reid in tell-all interview with Jeremy Kyle
- Half of male drivers have had sex in their car
- Why monkeys will never beat humans in a dance off
- The real Omar from The Wire dies, aged 58
- In 1996, Australia enacted gun control measures. There have been no mass shootings since.
- Connecticut School Shooting: Piers Morgan and ‘Morgan Freeman’ agree; the media should focus on the victims, not the perpetrator
- The love that lasted a lifetime and the photos that prove it
- Editorial: A gift of hope for Africa's child soldiers
- Editorial: Mr Obama's one chance to bring in gun control
- Editorial: A not-so-new dawn in Japan
- Editorial: Doctors must join the world of 24/7
- Editorial: Obama's chance to act on guns
- Editorial: Captain Cook has left India with a cricketing conundrum
- Editorial: Arise, plain Danny Boyle
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- England win series in India for first time in 27 years
- James Lawton: Captain Alastair Cook's first voyage reveals new world to conquer
- Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell complete England's historic work
- A day for purists only as England close in on that elusive series win
- Alastair Cook: 'Victory in India has been incredible - on a par with winning the Ashes'
- India pay price for falling into pitch battle
- England fight back after wicket drought against India in fourth Test
- How England rated in India: Stephen Brenkley's tour squad verdict
- Shamya Dasgupta: India need road map to avoid veering into abyss
- Alastair Cook savours 'very special' victory in India
- Tour of India: England player ratings
- Kohli and Dhoni fight hard before fateful final hour
- Spat between Trott and Ashwin adds an injection of heat
- On the Front Foot: The Pietersen saga? What Pietersen saga is that?
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- Beware of piling on the pounds with credit card debt
- Consumer Rights: Is it a suit, or just a jacket and some trousers? Sometimes it matters
- Should you follow fund managers when they leave?
- Fuel poverty: Ed Davey pledges to fight rising energy bills
- Savings rise but still a quarter put nothing by
- Julian Knight: More pain on way for savers as Carney takes the helm
- Investment Insider: Why the most expensive brands thrive in tough times
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
- 1 Scottish referendum: So how about the English now being given a chance to split from England?
- 2 Friends 20th anniversary: Alison Jackson photographs reunited cast
- 5 Free U2 album: How the most generous giveaway in music history turned into a PR disaster