Day In a Page
Tuesday, 2 September 2014
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- Ukraine crisis: Russian president Vladimir Putin claims he could 'take Kiev in two weeks'
- 17 things you won’t miss about renting with friends
- 21 things you won’t miss about living with your parents
- Sixteen hacks to get you through summer
- 11 rags-to-riches underdog success stories
- The 14 money facts you never knew you needed to know
- Boris Johnson's 14 best worst ideas
- The best of the public's submissions to the Airports Commission
- London's housing crisis in 13 property listings
- Nine people who actually deserve to be philanthropist of the year
- 17 of 20 Premier League clubs made losses from summer transfer window
- Marina Warner compares UK university managers to 'Chinese communist enforcers'
- Russell Brand poses a question few are bold enough to ask: Should society take responsibility for Britons joining Islamic State?
- Eva Longoria on naked photo leaks: Actress alleges Apple employee accessed her private details without her permission
- Victoria Justice 'angry' at 'massive invasion of privacy' and pursuing legal action after nude photos leak online
- Zelda Williams returns to Twitter following Robin Williams' death with a powerful message
- Jools Holland makes a truly spectacular fall at the GQ Awards
- Valerie Trierweiler tried to take sleeping pills overdose following Hollande affair revelations
- Jamie Dornan on nude photo leaks: Fifty Shades of Grey actor brands 4Chan hackers 'disgusting' over indecent image sharing
- Cee Lo Green returns to Twitter to say sorry for controversial rape remarks: 'Those comments were idiotic'
- Gary Barlow apologises over tax avoidance before quickly announcing new Take That album
- Joan Rivers 'remains on life support' five days after heart and lung failure, comedienne's daughter Melissa Rivers confirms
- GQ Men of the Year Awards: Tony Blair is named 'Philanthropist of the Year'
- Justin Bieber charged with assault after holiday quad bike crash in Ontario
- 4Chan naked photos leak: Celebrity Twitter reactions to the mass breach of privacy
- Chris Brown pleads guilty to punching fan in the face
- Jimi Jamison death: Survivor frontman and singer of Baywatch theme tune dies aged 63
- Ariana Grande says she's much 'cuter' than fake leaked 'nude pictures'
- Queen displeased with constant sea of mobile phones: 'I miss eye contact'
- Great British Bake Off Presenter Mary Berry would 'love' her children to 'give her a pill' and euthanase her if she became a burden
- Lena Dunham on nude 4Chan photo leaks: 'Hackers are sex offenders'
- Emma Watson on Jennifer Lawrence nude pictures leak: 'Even worse than seeing women's privacy violated is reading the comments'
- Bill Kerr: Comedian and actor who began as a child star and became best known working with the Goons and Tony Hancock
- Steven Sotloff: Journalist who was devoted to exposing the hardships endured by ordinary people in the Middle East conflict
- Sergio Rodrigues: Designer best known for the 'Mole' armchair who sought to express the spirit of his native Brazil
- Sir David Mitchell: Transport minister under Margaret Thatcher who also successfully led his family's wine business, El Vino
- Werner Franz: Airman believed to be the last crew member to survive the loss of the German airship the 'Hindenburg'
- Simin Behbahani: 'The lioness of Iran' whose status as the doyenne of Persian poetry did not protect her from government intimidation
- John Walker: American naval officer who formed a family spy ring that passed highly damaging secrets to the Soviet Union
- Dick Smith: Oscar-winning make-up artist who turned De Niro into Travis Bickle and Brando into Don Corleone
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- Israel’s ‘land for lives’ is theft. Pure and simple
- Ukraine crisis: A ceasefire suits both parties – but how long will it last?
- Endgame: How to win £300,000 by reading a book by James Frey
- From what we know of Putin, it’s clear that Nato’s best option is to press on
- Is there anything more British than a rip-off?
- Sending troops over to Iraq and Syria to fight Isis is not the answer to Steven Sotloff's murder
- There’s nothing uncool about the ALS ice bucket challenge
- Ian McEwan’s right. If books were shorter, we could read them in one go
- The freedom of Hong Kong is in Britain's hands, and Cameron can only stay silent for so long
- Tony Blair may have won an award for philanthropy, but the real winners were GQ
- I am just as much British and European as I am Scottish. And I don't mind England either
- I am just as much British and European as I am Scottish. And I don't mind England either
- Tony Blair had every right to win the GQ award for philanthropy, but try telling that to the haters
- i Editor's Letter: Why you won't find images of Steven Sotloff's murder on our front pages
- Daily catch-up: an ad-Venn-ture, who ‘What If?’ is for and UKIP's untidy bedroom
- The PR fiasco surrounding Ashya King and his parents was caused by a breakdown in relations
- When the course of history is on the line, democracy is a raw, vicious and filthy business
- Scottish independence: ‘I am as British and European as Scottish’
- We should applaud Mary Berry for her bold views on assisted dying
- The less we hear about a project to predict the unexpected, the better
- This ‘school in the clouds’ teaches us a valuable lesson about learning
- I'm supporting a fatwa on Isis because like many British Muslims I want to see them destroyed
- Why are we so afraid of vaginas?
- Like Fifi Geldof, I know how important it is to speak about depression
- Yes, pro-Israel Jews lobby the Government — and like all UK citizens they have every right to do so
- English children are among the unhappiest in the world – we are failing them
- Daily catch-up: eurogloom, Ed in Red and Cameron’s Wilsonian U-turn on control orders
- i Editor's Letter: Still all to play for at our live iDebate
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- England vs India ODI match report: England slump to series defeat with nine-wicket hammering, but Alastair Cook vows to carry on
- The Royal London Cup: One-day cup feels like an afterthought but it could yet reap rewards
- Sack Alastair Cook? If anyone can sort England's problems, it's him
- County Championship round-up: Yorkshire coming up Roses as Adam Lyth hits brilliant 251
- England vs India: Peter Moores remains confident England can salvage series despite back-to-back defeats
- Ryder Cup 2014: Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Stephen Gallagher named as wild card picks
- Ryder Cup 2014: Luke was my first call. The last thing he said was: ‘Go Europe,’ says Paul McGinley
- Ryder Cup 2014: Paul McGinley calls up major assistance in the shape of Jose Maria Olazabal and Padraig Harrington
- Ryder Cup 2014: US team for Gleneagles battle announced
- Ryder Cup 2014: Choosing between Lee Westwood and Luke Donald was like flipping a coin
- Ryder Cup 2014: The European team in full
- US Open 2014: How Caroline Wozniacki bounced back to first Grand Slam semi-final in three years
- US Open 2014: Andy Murray’s ‘potential classic’ against Novak Djokovic puts the spotlight on rival coaches Amélie Mauresmo and Boris Becker
- US Open 2014: Ekaterina Makarova reaches first semi-final after beating Victoria Azarenka
- US Open 2014: Andy Murray vs Novak Djokovic Match Preview
- US Open 2014: Roger Federer blasts through Roberto Bautista Agut to reach quarter-final
- US Open 2014: Belinda Bencic’s teenage dream crushed by brutal Shuai Peng
- US Open 2014: Roger Federer vs Roberto Bautista Agut match preview
- US Open 2014: Eugenie Bouchard becomes the latest name to crash out as Serena Williams stands tall as the last top seed remaining
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- Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 compact and E3: Sony unveils updated family of stylish smartphones
- Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge: can Samsung phablets take a bite out of Apple?
- Mystery of fake US mobile phone towers capable of tapping smartphones
- Apple clamps down on apps selling health data to advertisers ahead of iPhone 6 launch
- Wild ram head-butts drone out the sky, waits for pilot to turn up then head-butts him too
- Apple iCloud hack: privacy experts call for default 'private photo' mode from companies
- 4chan iCloud 'expert' from CNN thinks 4chan is a person and 'pa$$word' is a good password
- Nude celebrity photo hacks the work of an 'underground nude trading ring', reports claim
- Apple iCloud security scam: experts warn of hoax emails supposedly from Apple support
- Reddit launches official Ask Me Anything app for mobile
- Nasa building air traffic control system to handle Google and Amazon delivery drones
- iPhone 6: New video shows Apple smartphone cobbled together from factory parts
- Russian sex geckos dead: zero-gravity proves too much for intrepid space-faring lizards
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- Villa Epecuén: exploring the Argentinian ghost town
- Charities call for the UK's top tourist attractions to become wheelchair accessible
- Drive South Africa's coast or go wild in the Azores: Travel deals
- Boris Island: No end in sight to the London airport debate
- World's best landscapes: 38 of the most iconic landmarks from dusk till dawn
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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 referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
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
- 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
- 5 Free U2 album: How the most generous giveaway in music history turned into a PR disaster