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- Patti Page: Singer who sold 100m records but is best known for '(How Much Is) That Doggie'
- Sir Irvine Patnick: Former Tory MP for Sheffield Hallam criticised for his comments over Hillsborough disaster
- Mike Hopkins: Oscar-winning sound editor who worked with Peter Jackson
- N Joseph Woodland: Inventor of the barcode
- Peter Struck: Politician who lost faith in the Afghan campaign
- Keith Ripley: Footballer who played alongside John Charles
- Christopher Martin-Jenkins: Cricket journalist who worked on Test Match Special for 39 years
- Jesco von Puttkamer: Nasa engineer who worked with Wernher von Braun
- Lt General Amnon Lipkin-Shahak: Decorated Israeli soldier who became an advocate of peace
- Where there’s hope – life after terror
- ‘I wouldn’t let my children play with toy guns. In the Congo, theirs is a world of Kalashnikovs’
- This outcry over rail fare increases is a just a softie southerners' whinge
- Samuel L. Jackson is right about bad Hollywood endings, but then real life isn't much better
- The Government has gone to great lengths to restrict access to university. Where was Willetts's concern for the disadvantaged then?
- “When I heard that Unicef was going to release child soldiers, I thought my prayers are answered”
- Common sense and respect for children in hijabs, please
- Oxfam has it right, it's time for aid organisations to see Africa differently
- Putting the guilty to death would be a step backwards for India, and do nothing to address its real problems
- As benefits dry up, Wonga will prosper: 2013 could be the year of the payday lender
- I thought there was no escaping him
- Stand up and admire the demotic nobility of darts
- If you ask me…it’s time I expressed my true feelings on alternative medicine
- Cosmetic surgery is bad. That women feel the need for it is worse
- Teacher morale at all time low: Cheer up, Miss, some of us love you
- Confused? Maybe you’re not drinking enough
- It's Charlie Hebdo's right to draw Muhammad, but they missed the opportunity to do something profound
- Five ways to give to charity this January
- New Year’s Vegsolutions: Here’s one resolution that will last - and make you feel good
- The 'fiscal cliff' battle underlines why foreign affairs, not domestic policy, will define Obama's second term of office
- How a culinary backwater like Britain became a nation of foodies
- 'Only a game'? You've never played with the Blands
- You'd call it a very different kind of phone contract
- Cauliflower and chocolate, anyone? Science unveils odd, new flavour combos
- How spontaneous was Neil Armstrong's famous moon landing line?
- Swansea University warns that drunken Facebook posts could ruin your career
- Has Cheryl Cole created the most ridiculous dance move of all time?
- Complaints to Ofcom about Channel 4's Big Fat Quiz of The Year - do you think they took it too far?
- Don't panic! Captain Alastair Cook sets off to join Dad's army in India
- New Zealand bowled out for 45 against South Africa
- Jamshed's second successive century lets Pakistan cruise to series triumph over India
- Australia seize control against Sri Lanka
- New Zealand skittled out for just 45 by Vernon Philander
- Greig's family and colleagues pay respects in Sydney
- Murray battles warm-up pains and hostile crowd in fitful start to the year
- Yes, you are seeing double: introducing a racket that helps your backhand
- Andy Murray progresses in Brisbane despite scare
- Heather Watson a doubt for Australian Open with elbow injury
- Novak Djokovic suffers shock defeat to Bernard Tomic
- Heather Watson rues missed chances following Auckland exit
- A python, a winning EuroMillions lottery ticket, Harry Potter's wand and breast implants: just some of the bizarre items left in UK hotel rooms last year
- The 10 Best ski goggles
- Beat your festive hangover with a feel-good escape
- Deals of the week: Eurostar, Austria, Jordan
- Get me out of here: York, Mexico, Monarch flights
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