Day In a Page
Tuesday, 2 October 2012
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- Eric Hobsbawm
- Frank Wilson: Motown writer and producer behind the world's rarest record
- Michael Stanley: Curator and gallery director who was seen as a rising star in the art world
- Professor Eric Hobsbawm: Historian acclaimed as one of the finest of the 20th century
- Malcolm Wicks: MP who fought for the young and the elderly
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- Delayed Diagnosis: 'I get out the pictures of myself in chemo, and go "boom! there you go, proof I understand".'
- Notebook: Justine Miliband's style revolution was a triumph for Labour - but not for women
- The BBC's lack of action over Jimmy Savile abuse accusations amounts to a cover-up
- The West Coast mainline, wasted taxes, and a secretive shambles at the heart of the Civil Service
- There was much to enjoy in 50s Britain that won't be seen again - sadly, wildflowers have joined that list
- The best you could say about Ed's speech? He didn't completely fluff it
- Why a modern feminist like Maria Miller should look at the facts before airing her views on abortion
- I didn't write my Wikipedia entry myself - really
- Jeremy Clarkson think it's fine to make disabled jokes, but at least let us joke back
- Facebook 'privacy notice' hoax: We know too little about online privacy
- British digital freedoms are under threat. The public should fight back
- Brazilian woman auctions her virginity on site 'Virgins Wanted' - take part in our prostitution survey
- Why exactly did Ikea remove pictures of women in its Saudi Arabia catalogue?
- If the plans to dismantle our NHS are serious, doctors will fight against politicians
- Paraphernalia makes death an expensive business
- How much more bloodshed and brutality must Syria endure before the world fulfils its moral duty?
- As Obama and Romney prepare for tonight's debate, don't forget about the man in the middle
- Winckler's Wacky World: A gang of Gandhis
- Why are they trending? #Lab12, Christmas, Facebook
- Drinking vodka and taking drugs in school. Whose fault is it?
- There's no tiger without 'taiga': how Russians are fighting the decline of these beautiful cats
- Delayed Diagnosis: Why GPs need to start taking young patients seriously
- Sketch: How did memory man do it without a loo break?
- Jimmy Savile: Young girls were just another victim of the rock'n'roll years
- If only other post-Soviet leaders would follow Mikheil Saakashvili's dignified example in Georgia
- You'll know that we're on the road to recovery when house prices start rising. And we're not there yet
- The Jimmy Savile abuse scandal means men across Britain will sleep uneasily, remembering past 'conquests'
- Miliband ditches the autocue for his Labour Conference speech, but who planted the tree?
- Eric Hobsbawm wanted to use History to improve lives. Now, about those views on the Soviet Union...
- If Hanna Rosin really thinks this is the end of men, she can't have looked very hard at the evidence
- Mitt Romney will probably make up ground on Barack Obama tonight. What a terrifying thought!
- This week Ed Miliband was likeable and funny. But now we need a serious alternative to austerity
- Excrement in the Turner Prize? And I'm supposed to be surprised?
- Is Ed Miliband the new Benjamin Disraeli?
- Citizen Khan’s Alia: How the hijab got sexy
- Ed Miliband's big speech had echoes of Cameron in opposition. And that's no bad thing
- Miliband's speech was ok on argument, good on delivery, and bad on Labour's atonement
- If only Top Gear and the BBC had the guts to tell Jeremy Clarkson to stop talking for once
- With a pill for every possible situation, pharmaceutical companies see patients as no more than pound-signs
- Is class politics still relevant? Well yes and no
- Will this year's Turner Prize winner stand among the all-time greats?
- It's a seductive business, this hiving off aspects of your personality. Just ask Grant Shapps
- For all the claims made about wealth taxes, it's not correct to say the rich are paying their fair share
- At Labour conference, brother David (Miliband) is anxious to sing from the same hymn sheet
- A cull won't solve our farming problem, so stop blaming the badgers
- Winckler's Wacky World: All ears
- Can videogames really be used for social change?
- Miliband must step up with a powerful message
- The future of cyberspace needs to be a genuinely world wide web. In Budapest this week, here's how we'll make that happen
- Barack Obama: Has he still got it?
- Mitt Romney: Right's Mr Wrong can still win it
- A. A. Gill sticks the knife into Michelin
- Harvey Nichols ‘wet with excitement’ ad cleared
- Jimmy Savile child abuse allegations: the headlines
- More bikini shots from Closer: Don't worry about cellulite, lawyer tells French first lady
- Video: Mitt Romney's bin man dishes the dirt
- Do the movies have a future?
- Union J vs One Direction
- Creepy Victorian family photos
- Audio: Listen to Steve Jobs predict the future in 1983
- Hong Kong goes crazy for Brit baby names
- Video: Leonardo di Caprio produces Vote4Stuff campaign
- The families who passed on their Holocaust tattoo
- Japan's first 'Cuddle Cafe' opens, only £24 to sleep with a girl
- Homeland plot is ‘ridiculous’, says former hostage
- Jose Mourinho: ‘I hate my social life’
- Adele records James Bond ‘Skyfall’ theme
- Naked photos of Prince William on the market
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- Kevin Pietersen and ECB agree process for batsman's 're-integration into the England team'
- Kevin Pietersen resolution 'nearing an end now - in a positive way' says Andy Flower
- In full: Kevin Pietersen's apology to England team-mates and supporters
- Rory Hamilton-Brown: I almost quit after Tom Maynard's death
- Kevin Pietersen close to England recall but still far from regaining trust
- World Twenty20: Victory not enough for India
- World Twenty20: Australia progress despite defeat to Pakistan
- Women's cricket: Taylor ensures unbeaten side avoid West Indies in last four
- In full: ECB statement on Kevin Pietersen
- World Twenty20 round-up: India crash out while Pakistan progress
- Revealed: How Americans put Rory McIlroy back on course at the Ryder Cup
- Ryder Cup: Miracle working takes its toll on Jose Maria Olazabal
- James Lawton: From 12 Ryder Cup heroes, Ian Poulter stands alone as Seve Ballesteros' successor
- Ryder Cup: Bernhard Langer miss gave Martin Kaymer the strength to sink that crucial putt
- Jose Maria Olazabal: 'Ian Poulter would make a wonderful Ryder Cup captain one day'
- Ryder Cup: Rory McIlroy reunited with policeman who rushed him to Medina's first tee
- Ryder Cup: Jose Maria Olazabal rules out another stint as European captain
- Ryder Cup: Don't get caught out-of-bounds
- Ryder Cup: A dose of Chicago blues for Tiger Woods at Medinah
- Ryder Cup: All my life I've been told I'd never be anything reveals Ian Poulter
- Ryder Cup: 'Get in the hole!' – a brief history
- Andy Murray exclusive interview: 'I now know what it takes to win Grand Slams'
- Andy Murray storms past Lukas Lacko in the Japan Open
- Andy Murray makes winning return to action at the Japan Open
- Andy Murray goes from boisterous cheers to polite applause
- Laura Robson beaten in second round of the China Open
- Players win but Robson goes out
- Berdych targets London
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- UK holiday rentals among the best, reveals TripAdvisor
- A day (or more) in the life of The Beatles
- Hit the rides and the tides
- The best currency for Bulgaria and how much to change a long-haul flight?
- Get me out of here: French Alps, Thailand, Central America
- Deals of the week: Aberaeron, Sorrento, South Africa
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Exclusive: Young people ‘want UK to stay in Europe’: Four in 10 adults aged 18 to 24 are ‘firmly in favour’ of membership, poll shows
Tom Daley ‘is gay because his father died’ says UK evangelist
Iain Duncan Smith leaves Commons food banks debate early
Kiss and yell: Italian protester charged with sexual assault after kissing riot police officer
PM denies two child limit for benefits is part of Tory welfare policy
Anachronistic and iniquitous, grammar schools are a blot on the British education system
- 1 America's 'virgin births'? One in 200 mothers 'became pregnant without having sex'
- 2 27 animals died during filming of Hollywood blockbuster The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, says report
- 3 Sun will 'flip upside down' within weeks, says Nasa
- 4 Christmas comes early: Justin Bieber is 'retiring from music'
- 5 Iain Duncan Smith leaves Commons food banks debate early