Day In a Page
Friday, 2 August 2013
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- Think how good the House of Lords could be
- Errors and Omissions: Stop before you put the words ‘national’ and ‘treasure’ together
- According to Ofcom, we’ve rediscovered watching TV in the living room – but it’s not what it was
- Tales from The Water Cooler: Any vacancy for an Ice Cream Tsar?
- In a culture still rife with homophobia, Liverpool FC's 'banned words' list should be welcomed
- Twitter or toasters: if we don’t like what they bring to our lives, we can simply shut them out
- This week's big questions: Has the Edinburgh Fringe grown too big? Has Twitter gone too far?
- Tim Key: ‘I’ve never been a big festival goer. At 15, I was more likely to help varnish a boat’
- MP or Time Lord – the key criterion should be talent
- Man about town: Whoah! We're going to Ibiza
- Theresa May's Stop and Search for illegal immigrants is only a tactic to win votes
- Like Al Capone, tax proves the downfall for Silvio Berlusconi, the 'man who never dies'
- Is an open relationship the antidote to cheating?
- Like Joan Littlewood at Stratford, there should be more statues of cultural greats to inspire us
- Four everyday activities you didn't know were bad for you
- 1 in 12 have taken a sneaky picture of an attractive stranger, so who else do you photograph?
- Woman charged with criminal damage for painting fence: what do you row with your neighbours about?
- McDonald's remove their branding for ads in France: can you name these products?
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- The Ashes third Test day two match report: Aggressive Australians keep turning the screw
- Ashes 2013: Old Trafford Day Two - the best bits
- Ashes 2013: Joe Root and Tim Bresnan fall as Australia take total control at Old Trafford
- James Lawton: So, how will England react to Australia's first serious counterpunch?
- Ashes 2013: Old Trafford Day Three - the best bits
- Ashes 2013: Third Test, day three in pictures
- Ashes 2013: England v Australia 3rd Test day three – as it happened
- The Ashes: Dopey cameo from David Warner inspires Roses rivalry truce
- The Ashes: Graeme Swann puts some positive spin on Tim Bresnan's blunder
- John Townsend: Michael Clarke's majesty highlights the yawning chasm in batting order
- Easy to tip Ballance for England after Gary's latest ton for Yorkshire
- Ashes 2013: Third Test, Day Two in pictures
- Ashes 2013: England v Australia 3rd Test – as it happened
- County Championship round-up: Is Luis Reece the consistent opener Lancashire have been searching for?
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- Edinburgh 2013 review: Birthday Girls: 2053, Pleasance Courtyard
- Edinburgh 2013 review: David Baddiel - Fame: Not the Musical, Assembly George Square
- Edinburgh 2013 review: Fleabag, Underbelly, Cowgate
- Edinburgh 2013 review: Andrew Lawrence: There Is No Escape, Pleasance Courtyard
- Edinburgh 2013 review: The Confessions of Gordon Brown, Pleasance Courtyard
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- BA enters SuperJumbo age with... with a 90-minute flight to Frankfurt
- Tips and deals of the week: Bagan Lodge, Marriott tote bag and Rose & Crown in Warwick
- Cruise Report: Plenty of ships to fill, so grab a last-minute European deal
- Great getaways: The life aquatic in the Maldives, grape escape in Burguny, a really wild show in Africa, and fly and flop to the Greek islands
- Henrietta Thompson: We don't want tourist tat – local or otherwise
- Simon Calder: Sunday night flight into the unknown
- Spa Star: Remède Spa, St Regis Resort, Bali
- Travel challenge: Summer in Sorrento
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Travel agenda
- My life in travel: Gennaro Contaldo
- Great escape: A crash course in summer holidays
- Caught on camera: National Geographic announces the winners of its 2013 traveller photo competition
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- Perfect time to cash in on credit card price war
- Britain in debt: Half of UK adults 'living on financial edge'
- Julian Knight: Home truth is your house may not be much of a pension
- Savvy Money: If a company says 'the name's bond', be on your guard
- Wealth Check: Working on costly loan repayments should be top priority
- Alarms should ring if offered high returns by unregulated schemes
- Donald MacInnes: Admission impossible? Not with the right ID
- Money Alert: Granny credit
- Mark Dampier: China's growth goals catch investors' eyes
- Kate Hughes: Having older relatives move in may hit ordinary families
- Five Questions About: Holiday car hire
- Kate Hughes: It's time to battle PPI culture rather than vilify bankers
- Kate Hughes: My bonds quest is all about the past
- Questions of cash: Dispute over unwanted laptop appears to be at an impasse
- Can the EU really deliver power to the people?
- Bargain Hunter: Galactic setting for concert extravaganza
- Derek Pain: Brewery joins ranks of those celebrating a very yeasty year
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Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
Scottish independence: The Queen breaks silence on referendum debate – as think tank warns of £14bn black hole if Scotland votes Yes
- 1 Mario Balotelli: Staff at arson-hit Manchester Dogs' Home convinced Liverpool striker is behind five-figure donation
- 2 Friends 20th anniversary: Alison Jackson photographs reunited cast
- 3 A bottle of wine a day is not bad for you and abstaining is worse than drinking, scientist claims
- 4 The response to my Pizza Express review has been overwhelming, and taught me a lot about journalism
- 5 Free U2 album: How the most generous giveaway in music history turned into a PR disaster