Day In a Page
Thursday, 20 September 2012
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- Charlie Richardson: Shrewd and ruthless leading figure of London's 1960s criminal scene
- Jake Eberts: Goldcrest founder who helped revive the British film industry in the 1980s
- Edouard Leclerc: Businessman who built a shopping empire
- Steve Sabol: Film-maker who revolutionised TV sports coverage
- Brian Woolnough: Doyen of tabloid football journalists
- Nevin Spence: Rugby player with a promising future
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- Senior GP: don't act too gay if you want to be a doctor
- This week's big questions: Iranian nuclear weapons, blasphemy and can Tony Blair save the Middle East?
- The ‘reality’ of the Valleys bears no resemblance to what MTV wants to show. Just ask those who live there
- Winckler's Wacky World: Aliens Attack
- Bumps on the road to British cycling nirvana
- When a ‘sacred’ text is not so much the word of God as the word of man
- Errors and Omissions: Don’t try telling George Osborne that 36 per cent is a majority
- Have the Greeks lost their marbles (again)?
- So where’s the UK's equivalent of Jon Stewart? We desperately need one
- This ‘Anna Karenina’ has overlooked virtues. Not least that it is true to Tolstoy
- Is Chris Grayling a liberal in disguise?
- Corporations like ATOS don’t have feelings – why should they be able to sue for libel?
- Good on Andrew Mitchell for apologising. Now, might anyone persuade Gordon Brown to follow suit?
- Today's Twitter trends: One Direction, LWWY video, #Newsnight, Top Dog Model #hollyoakslater
- Don't give up on foreign aid
- UK restraint over topless Kate Middleton pictures proves power of PCC
- In Lear and life, everything comes from nothing
- Shit Girls Say: Should we be laughing?
- Sorry Nick, I'm not sure an apology will be enough
- Winckler's Wacky World: Amish hair crime
- Exclusive: GP 'straight' talk
- I read this, and wanted to weep
- Paris Hilton's 'homophobic rant': Take our 'Spot the Bigot' quiz
- Nick Clegg still has time to make a gracious exit as Liberal Democrat leader - with head held high
- Where have UKIP's absent MEPs really been?
- There's hypocrisy in the way our culture salivates over Kate and Page 3 - but scolds others for doing so
- This isn’t a case of ‘good’ Islam vs ‘bad’ Islam
- A disabled woman with an unwanted pregnancy wants a choice, too
- Why I'm backing equal marriage
- My dad the inmate (part 4)
- Let’s brainstorm Europe’s common social ills
- Georgia's Abu Ghraib: The horrific stories of prisoner abuse
- Here's the thing. They are bigots!
- All white on the night, but tainted by their history
- Another Lindsay Lohan arrest: Somebody please call these celebrities a taxi
- Exclusive: We've seen enough breasts - why I started the No More Page 3 campaign
- These pictures turn all women into objects
- Editorial: A misjudged apology, and a leader in retreat
- Editorial: No rush, but don't rule out arming the police
- Editorial: Hospital death rates we can't ignore
- Editorial: More care is needed, but so is a cure
- Editorial: BSkyB is not out of the woods yet
- Editorial: A free press is a responsible press
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- World Twenty20: England trounce Afghanistan to make perfect start to title defence
- World Twenty20: Stuart Broad tells England to keep cool to avoid upset
- World Twenty20: England's Danny Briggs proves to be trouble and strife for Pakistan
- World Twenty20: Brendon McCullum smashes incredible 123 as New Zealand beat Bangladesh
- Kevin Pietersen hopes differences with England can be 'sorted'
- Alastair Cook hopes Kevin Pietersen rift can be healed
- World Twenty20: Afghanistan's 'bus stop boys' find cricket is just the ticket
- World Twenty20 highlights and latest news
- Big Bash League side Melbourne Renegades eye Kevin Pietersen
- World Twenty20: Watson steers Australia past potential Irish banana skin
- World Twenty20: India labour to win as Afghans show they are no push-overs
- World Twenty20: Illnesses dog South Africa's planning for opening fixture
- World Twenty20: Kiwis face anxious wait on bowlers to face Bangladesh
- World Twenty20: Four-wicket Jacques Kallis puts Zimbabwe out
- McLaren impress but Sebastian Vettel fastest in practice for the Singapore Grand Prix
- Fernando Alonso unimpressed by 'little names' linked with Ferrari as replacement for Felipe Massa
- Martin Whitmarsh aiming to keep McLaren momentum going at Singapore Grand Prix
- Sergio Perez ready to move up a gear as possible switches to McLaren and Ferrari are mooted
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Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash: 'Nine Britons, 23 Americans and 80 children' feared dead after Boeing passenger jet is 'shot down' near Ukraine-Russia border
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: victims’ bodies bundled in black bags and loaded onto trains
- 1 Apple has installed security backdoors on 600m iPhones and iPads, claims security researcher
- 2 Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Pro-Russian rebel 'admits to shooting down plane'
- 3 Louis van Gaal gets tough with Manchester United players, with Darren Fletcher and Luke Shaw berated in public and Phil Jones left looking bemused
- 4 Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic?
- 5 Peaches Geldof inquest: Tragic final moments of socialite's life reveal she "lied" to husband about failed drugs tests