Day In a Page
Sunday, 19 January 2014
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- 'Hello, world!': Space probe Rosetta wakes up and calls home before embarking on its comet-landing mission
- Will the Rosetta spacecraft wake up today after two-year sleep? It is due to make 24,600mph comet landing
- Houston ... we have ants in space! Colony of 800 arrives on International Space Station
- Nasa says Mars mystery rock that ‘appeared’ from nowhere is ‘like nothing we’ve seen before’
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- Why David Silvester has been suspended from Ukip
- Nigel Farage: After Owen Jones’s open letter to Ukip voters last week, here is my reply
- Syria peace talks: Geneva II is the only hope for Syria – and Iran should have been part of it
- Lord Rennard has exposed the Lib Dem attitude to women
- Lena Dunham and Vogue: Since when did being feminist mean showing off your pimples?
- Yet another report says how tough it is to be young these days. Well, sorry to break this to you, kids – but it’s always been that way
- Nick Clegg can’t sack Lord Rennard, and Lord Rennard can’t apologise. It’s just another day of lose-lose politics
- As someone with motor neurone disease, I hope tonight's Coronation Street helps to change the law on assisted dying
- Virginia Ironside's dilemmas: My sister has a new boyfriend, but we don't think he's right...
- Simon Cowell is bored of sob stories. Are you?
- Nature Studies: Pity the poor polecat, the embodiment of evil for no particular reason
- Nick Clegg's attack on NHS mental health care: Fighting talk will only get us so far
- The Wolf of Wall Street doesn't do much for the image of bankers. But there's one film that does
- Why Google shouldn't doodle
- Young people are struggling, but we need more than a nod from Government to acknowledge it
- If they really want to help young people with mental health problems, Government must put their money where their mouth is
- Fiona Mountford: Executive directors are the unsung heroes of British theatre
- Mesmerised by the Scandinavian Saga of 'The Bridge'
- Letter from the Deputy Editor: Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year?
- What is it about male politicians that they seem to have such problems dealing with women?
- Is David Cameron's sermon on the importance of loving thy neighbour to be taken in good faith?
- Robert Fisk: Egyptians – or 98.1% of them – carry on a proud tradition
- Robert Fisk: Britain feared civil war in Ireland more than it feared war in Europe 100 years ago
- Feats of gonzo journalism have lost their lustre since George Plimpton’s pioneering days as a universal amateur
- Vice's partnership with gay rights group Stonewall is a clever move
- Are workers’ wages really likely to begin growing again any time soon?
- Hilary Clinton's revenge list is no bad idea
- Lena Dunham photoshopped: Does feminism preclude women from wanting to look good?
- Oscars season is upon us, let the free advertising campaigns commence
- Student politics: Where are all the activists? Making jokes in the bar
- The global economy may be recovering, but the questions posed at Davos are as challenging as ever
- Prince Charles must follow his mother's example
- Comments by the head of the Met’s Professional Standards Unit do little to help restore public trust in the police
- No, Mr Putin: A pre-Sochi charm offensive that bears no scrutiny
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- Alastair Cook the right man to lead England, insists old friend Ravi Bopara
- George Bailey dropped from Australia Test squad that will tour South Africa
- Ed Aarons: It may be time for Paul Downton to take the Broad view
- England women on brink of keeping Ashes
- India and England give ICC a plan to save Test cricket
- ODI series: England captain Alastair Cook admits for the first time he will review his position after another series defeat
- England’s next test: Who gets the chop?
- Australian Open 2014: Roger Federer to give Andy Murray first true test since his return
- Australian Open 2014: Andy Murray progresses to quarter-finals despite dropping his first set of the tournament in win over Stephane Robert
- Australian Open 2014: Roger Federer to face Andy Murray in quarter-finals following victory over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
- Australian Open 2014: Rafael Nadal made to work for quarter-final berth in straight-sets win over Kei Nishikori
- Australian Open 2014: Victoria Azarenka breezes past Sloane Stephens to dispel memories of controversial victory last year
- Australian Open 2014: Sloane Stephens denies she was celebrating loss of Serena Williams to Ana Ivanovic
- Australian Open 2014: Andy Murray v Roger Federer at the Grand Slams
- Australian Open 2014: Maria Sharapova the latest big name to crash out of women's singles after defeat to Dominika Cibulkova
- Australian Open 2014: Serena Williams shocked by Ana Ivanovic while Novak Djokovic powers on against Fabio Fognini
- Australian Open 2014: Dostoyevsky fan Stéphane Robert books tie with Andy Murray
- Australian Open 2014: Caroline Wozniacki down and out but Rafael Nadal keeps up winning ways
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Sustained immigration has not harmed Britons' employment, say government advisers
British jihadist calls for 'flag of Islam' over Downing Street and Buckingham Palace
Australia facing international condemnation after turning around Sri Lankans at sea
7/7 memorial defaced on anniversary of 2005 attacks with ‘Blair lied thousands died’ graffiti
Even when it brutalises one of its own teenage citizens, America is helpless against Israel
There’s a nasty smell in the political air – and it’s coming from the Tories
- 1 Howard Jacobson: Let's see the 'criticism' of Israel for what it really is
- 2 Instagram of US airport security chiefs: Lipstick knives and IED training kits among items seized
- 4 PornHub begs users to stop uploading video clips of Brazil getting beaten 7-1