Day In a Page
Saturday, 16 March 2013
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- Professor Nigel Glendinning: Leading authority on Goya and 18th century Spanish literature
- Tommy Smith: Jockey involved in one of the greatest finishes to the Grand National
- Anthony Conran: Acclaimed poet and translator
- Norman Collier: Comedian famed for his 'broken microphone'
- Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist: Last known survivor of the 1944 plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler
- Seamus O'Connell: Footballer who won the title with Chelsea
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- Humility has had a bad press. It could be ripe for a comeback
- If Iraq taught us anything, it's this...
- Forget this Budget: it's last year's that counts
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Why is the Mouth of Humber silent on phone-hacking?
- Why do we cosy up to these Wahhabi tyrants?
- Leveson’s legal backstop is aimed at a rogue press – not a free press
- Female protagonists in fairy tales: Imagine if the witches of Oz got their due
- Don't claim Irish ancestry because it's St Patrick's Day, just enjoy it!
- The public wants a diverse and free press that doesn't abuse its position
- Liam Fox is the last person Osborne should heed
- Independent Midwives: a woman’s right to choose
- Britain has a responsibility to ensure tough standards are imposed on the sale of our weapons
- On a wing and without a prayer – the decline of the monarch butterfly
- The hidden victim of Chris Huhne's downfall
- Why is the book refusing to die? Can't it read?
- Booze tax? I'll drink to that...
- For Syria's young refugees, childhood is over
- Retirement? It's a shocking waste of a life
- Western meddling in Syria will only fuel the Sunni insurgency
- MPs, ignore David Cameron and vote for a free press
- 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
- Taylor Swift: why so much cruelty to such a successful young star?
- Rant & Rave (17/03/13)
- The Emperors New Clothes (17/03/13)
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- Cheltenham Festival: Bobs Worth takes Gold Cup victory but final day overshadowed by McNamara concerns
- Cheltenham Festival: Fears for J T McNamara's future after operation on neck
- James Lawton: Renaissance man Barry Geraghty proves a good deal more than just a survivor at the Cheltenham Festival
- Bob Worth basks in glory of job well done at Cheltenham
- Cheltenham Festival: Baby-faced Cooper underlines status as new Irish hero
- Cheltenham Festival: Salsify dramatic winner of Foxhunter Chase Challenge Cup
- Cheltenham Festival: Salubrious gets Paul Nicholls off the mark in final race
- Cheltenham Festival: Harsh lesson for Mangan on first taste of the hill
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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
- New Horizons: Upmarket to Tenerife
- Colorado dreamin', in Vail
- Open Jaw
- Travel Challenge: May half term in Portugal
- My life in travel: Anthony Horowitz
- Travel Agenda
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- 1 Mountain goats' miraculous escape from avalanche captured in dramatic video footage
- 2 It’s shameful that our universities have accepted gender segregation under pressure from the most oppressive religious fanatics
- 3 Sir Ian McKellen hits back at Damian Lewis' 'fruity actor' claims
- 4 Kenyan politician Mike Sonko left red-faced after photoshopping himself next to Nelson Mandela
- 5 Selfie at funeral: Cameron squeezes in on Obama snap at Mandela memorial