Day In a Page
Thursday, 18 October 2012
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- Sylvia Kristel: Actress who became typecast by her role in the erotic classic 'Emmanuelle'
- Aubrey Leatham: Physician behind the first pacemaker
- Roger Hammond: Environmentalist who helped set up the Living Earth Foundation
- Bill Drake: Hull rugby league stalwart
- Colonel Clive Fairweather: Soldier who went from the SAS to inspector of Scottish prisons
- David Lyn: Actor who fought for Welsh theatre
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- Hospitals should spend little, but spend it well
- The Rochdale Cowboy bows out with guns blazing
- The night football's big guns fell silent in the rain
- Why this pen and ink about suppressing Charles's letters?
- Gary was unlucky. He's not even a good hacker
- No ideology should be on a pedestal
- It does religion no favours when you have to say grace not once, but twice
- Nick Griffin and the B&B that refused a gay couple: Stay out of hospitality if you won’t serve everyone
- This week's big questions: The end of men, vegetarianism and is Baumgartner a show off?
- Jeremy Hunt and his magic water
- Battle lines are drawn as David Laws returns to take on Danny Alexander
- Gavin and Stacey is heading to America - but it's a long way from Essex to New Jersey
- Errors and Omissions: from Brussels to Croatia, stand up to the march of geographical correctness
- It won't be animal-welfare lobbyists that change the Grand National. It needs the wider public too
- Twitter is a forum for debate, not hate - Nick Griffin should be banned for good
- Shared parental leave is a sign of progress - and one that businesses should do more to welcome
- How my chat with Reggie Kray led to experimenting with acid bath murder
- Obesity operations should not be a 'quick fix' - we're failing to tackle the real problem
- Questionable Time: Dimbleby ventures north of the border to tackle Scottish independence
- This week's wackiest web stories: Islamic swingers parties, mullet-ban and attack of the mutant rats!
- A technology that goes one better than carbon capture could be crucial in fighting climate change
- If we want a society where free and open debate is possible, we need to fight for libel reform
- Sketch: Self-aggrandisement befitting Toad of Toad Hall
- The silent epidemic of head injury in young offenders
- The Friday Quiz: The weirdest on the web
- The Coalition’s £235m wages are robbery down on the farm
- Everyone has it in for the Germans at this EU summit. But their stalling this time has a point
- BBC Director-General, Governor of the Bank of England: Today’s top jobs are too big for anyone
- Beware George Osborne, we ‘environmental Taliban’ are on the march
- It was a mistake to cut the EMA. Mr Milburn should think about similar grants to improve social mobility
- It’s too late for Amanda Todd, but we must out the cyber-bullies
- Prince Charles's letters prove the idea of a politically neutral monarch is a conservative delusion
- Universities have their work cut out to improve social mobility
- What a chance encounter with a young Graeme Swann taught me about the Kevin Pietersen saga
- Was Jimmy Savile a necrophiliac too?
- They say the countryside's where you go to retire, I say these rural idylls should come with a warning
- Why are they trending? John Terry, Megan Fox and #AntiSlaveryDay
- US liberals breath a sigh of relief as Tuesday night's debate reveals Obama's fighting spirit
- A Tory MP's View: Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell is damaged goods, but far too stubborn to resign
- Jimmy Savile, Lance Armstrong, Wyclef Jean: would it be better for all if celebrities stayed out of charity?
- For all the fuss over interference, there's nothing in Prince Charles' letters that we don't already know
- If the aim is to increase breastfeeding rates, mums should be supported, not scolded
- Anti-Slavery Day: Protection and justice for trafficked children should be paramount - regardless of their immigration status
- Anti-Slavery Day: Child sexual exploitation should be at the top of the crime agenda
- The story of Sara, a teenager trafficked to the UK for forced prostitution
- Sketch: Let him who is without sin ask the first question
- Anti-Slavery Day: One victim of child sex trafficking is one too many
- Robot could help you lose weight
- War veteran carried mass of shrapnel in his leg for 68 years
- Interview with a troll: ViolentAcrez speaks out
- Xbox-playing teens to be hired as spies
- Man hunts down wife's alleged rapist through Facebook
- More drones for the CIA?
- Eton boys do Gangnam Style parody
- The latest hot internet trend: Passive-agressive wi-fi names
- The woman who breastfeeds her dog
- The photos Victoria's Secret don't want you to see
- No mane course? Why it's not just Tesco's burgers putting horse meat off the menu
- Mr. Putin's gift to terrorists
- Greek football team sponsored by brothel
- Climate change denial is a right-wing conspiracy
- Editorial: Not the way to tackle rising energy prices
- Editorial: Real shops can still have a place on the high street
- Editorial: That Andrew Mitchell has now resigned is to be welcomed. It should not have taken so long.
- Editorial: Something to hide, Mr Cameron?
- Editorial: Banning teams is the way to tackle football racism
- Editorial: A step forward for the judiciary
- Editorial: The FBI sting, entrapment in an election year
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- Fury at minister Richard Benyon's 'astounding' refusal to ban deadly bird poison
- Rescheduling of badger cull denied by Whitehall officials
- Revealed: The secrets of UK's migrating painted lady butterfly population
- Heaven knows she's a miserable elephant now...
- In the deep: Antarctica's emperors make photographer's dream come true
- Ban on Indian tiger tours is lifted
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- Pietersen seals passage to India after Oxford pact
- Kevin Pietersen recalled by England for tour of India
- Alastair Cook: Clock is ticking on Kevin Pietersen but we must get it right
- England need positive performances to put Kevin Pietersen saga behind them says Andrew Flintoff
- Kevin Pietersen: The controversial batsman's career in pictures
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- Take the high road in the Himalayas
- Simon Calder: Flying by numbers: MEB3, petits fours, World's 5-star airline
- East of the river in New York City
- Travel Agenda: Wild isle, Price is right, Picture perfect, On the ranch, Capital gains, Home grow, Hotel style secrets
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Backstage at the world's best hotels
- UK full of doorstep challenges, says guide
- Philadelphia: The city of art and soul
- Beyond the silver screen
- Sporting USA: Touchdown and tune in
- Graceland: Presley's Kingdom
- Simon Calder: American songs define every era
- The USA: Getting there and getting around
- Mississippi: The best juke joints in town are in a cotton field
- North Carolina: Those magnificent men and their flying machines
- Traveller’s guide: American festivals
- Cajun Country: Crawfish, Cuisine and... Clarkson?
Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
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'
- 1 All Blacks Aaron Cruden misses New Zealand flight after drinking session, has brilliant excuse
- 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 Alicia Keys leaks nude photo 'to create a kinder and more peaceful world'
- 5 Clothes store Joy angers mental health campaigners with Twitter exchange on bipolar disorders