Day In a Page
Sunday, 17 August 2014
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- The world’s friendliest cities: Melbourne and Auckland named the best places to put a smile on your face
- Russia wins tank biathlon, but escalating tensions leave competition limited
- Ebola outbreak: Millionaire preacher TB Joshua 'sends 4,000 bottles of holy water to Sierra Leone as cure'
- Postcard from... Paris
- Theatre critic alleges Sunday Express fired him over ‘revenge porn’ photos
- Julian Assange might have been made ill after two years in the Ecuadorian embassy
- Jackie Chan's son Jaycee Chan arrested in Beijing on drugs charges
- Ice Bucket Challenge: Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Oprah – the most entertaining reactions so far
- 'Hardly the most embarrassing d**k Ian Botham has appeared with' - The best responses to that explicit Twitter hack
- Michael Parkinson on Cliff Richard media treatment: 'There is some kind of witch hunt going on'
- Kevin Spacey pranks Hillary Clinton as House of Cards character in plea to sign Bill Clinton's birthday card
- Chris Pratt: Guardians of the Galaxy actor revisits Scooby-Doo van he lived in when he was homeless in Hawaii
- Jeremy Paxman jokes that the best way to deal with the elderly is to build more Dignitas clinics 'rather like Sweeney Todd's pie shops'
- Robin Williams sent struggling terminal cancer patient video message of hope months before he took his own life
- David Tennant on Scottish Independence: 'Don't ask me, I don’t live there any more'
- Brendan O'Carroll discovers British officer murdered his grandfather during Irish War on independence
- George RR Martin on Scottish independence: 'I've suggested building a giant wall of ice between the two nations'
- Game of Thrones' George RR Martin wants to 'burn out every camera phone in the world'
- Parkinson's drugs to blame for Robin Williams' death claims Rob Schneider: 'One of the side effects is suicide!'
- Gene Simmons apologises for remark telling depression sufferers to kill themselves
- Justin Timberlake sings 'Happy Birthday' to eight-year-old boy with autism
- Dr Robin Carhart-Harris is the first scientist in over 40 years to test LSD on humans - and you're next
- Morris Stevenson, footballer: Gifted and stylish footballer whose magical dribbles and perceptive passing helped bring silverware to Morton
- Philip Mottram: Film-maker and inspiring teacher whose generosity of spirit made him the London Film School’s guiding light
- Peter Sculthorpe: Composer who drew on aboriginal and Asian traditions to forge a distinctive Australian sound
- June Krauser: The ‘mother of Masters swimming' who broke records well into her 70s
- Jake Hooker: Guitarist with Seventies pop band Arrows
- Donald Arden: Religious leader who made a significant and lasting impact as Archbishop of Central Africa
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- Fear brings the enemies of Isis together at last
- The new death etiquette: short, shared, shallow
- Iraq crisis: A spineless lack of leadership, an abject lack of strategy
- On tuition fees, we ain't seen nothing yet
- Lessons from Tilbury: How to change conditions in which people-smuggling can thrive
- Pauline Pearce is exactly what politics needs. But politics is too safe and boring to accommodate her
- Why can't our Government spot the difference between Isis and the Muslim Brotherhood?
- America might be waging a war on whistleblowers, but Julian Assange is still a prisoner of his own ego
- August catch-up: What Damian McBride said about Ed Miliband
- The complexity of events in the Middle East is daunting. But oversimplification is to be avoided
- In Sickness and in Health: Listening to my husband swear again is music to my ears
- Don't give us "special measures" – give us back the NHS we know and love
- Who will take on Hilary Clinton in 2016 – and how will they beat her?
- Poor old Cliff Richard is the latest to fall victim to the curse of being Tony Blair’s pal
- The tragic tale of Tilbury's migrants exposes the hopelessness of our immigration system
- If Iraq is to survive, then it must be divided into separate regions
- We wouldn't need to recall Parliament if it worked on the same schedule as the rest of us do
- What a rising demand for the sperm of IDF soldiers and a "fun" questionnaire reveal about Israel
- The shooting of Michael Brown proves (once again) how racial stereotyping can lead to murder
- Is Barack Obama just swinging out his reign?
- My night on a perilous mercy mission to Mount Sinjar with the RAF
- Humans need not apply: The future of jobs is robot-shaped
- To the frontier of knowledge, on an inflatable
- Chopper bikes are not my kind of retro
- Community spirit? Sikhs and Lord Suri
- Still doing it backwards, and in high heels?
- Making pins for Nigel: A spiky issue for Farage's press office
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- England vs India match report: Assertive England complete the humiliation of India in short order
- Alex Hales replaces Ravi Bopara in England ODI squad
- Yorkshire stretch title race lead while Lancashire win a thriller
- Duncan Fletcher’s job on line as India old guard tire of Test defeats
- Yorkshire build on Williamson’s fortune to put vital win in reach
- England vs India: Alastair Cook reveals wife convinced him to remain captain
- England vs India comment: Quick changes in fortune should perhaps not come as such a surprise
- Kane Williamson reprieve could be key title moment for Yorkshire
- England vs India: Latest report from the Fifth Test
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- Mortality maths – like the realisation that the last of those name-checked in Madonna's 'Vogue' died last week – make us feel our own lives are racing by
- Are bungalows really the solution to our housing crisis? The housing minister thinks so. And their design needn't leave you feeling flat
- Graham Swift on the mystery of creativity and the joy of writing
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- Paxo, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Festival review: Jeremy Paxman shows a mild-mannered side
- James Acaster, Recognise, Pleasance Courtyard, review: 'Superficially scattershot but also tight as a drum'
- Nancy Dell Olio: Rainbows from Diamonds, Gilded Balloon, review: 'Absolutely not fabulous enough, darling'
- Sara Pascoe, Assembly George Square, review: 'Her most clear-eyed hour of stand-up yet'
- Sirens, Summerhall and Travesti, Pleasance Dome, reviews: 'Feminism is clearly having a moment in the limelight'
- Lippy, Traverse Theatre, review: 'Dense, difficult, chewy stuff'
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- Passport officers no better than untrained amateurs at recognising faces, study finds
- Forget air crashes, it's Asian ferries that tourists should really be wary of
- Explore under the sea with Google 'reef' view
- Elephant tourism: why the call of the wild is too loud to ignore
- Come to lovely Wales (it's really awfully quiet): Tourism groups slam £7m budget to promote their country as 'hopelessly inadequate'
Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
- 1 iOS 8 apps and features: eight iPhone settings you need to look at after you install the update
- 2 Kim Kardashian 'nude photos' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence scandal
- 3 'F*ck it, I quit': TV reporter Charlo Greene quits live on air in spectacular fashion
- 4 Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
- 5 Hitler’s former food taster reveals the horrors of the Wolf’s Lair