Day In a Page
Thursday, 21 November 2013
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- Borrowing to fall to 'only' £105bn this year after Help to Buy boost
- The five things you need to know about Janet Yellen, the world's most powerful economist
- Watchdog sends out a warning after Royal Mail fails to deliver
- Ofgem tells operators to do their bit to cut bills
- Advertising giant Publicis in talks to buy Walker Media stake from old rival M&C Saatchi
- Network Rail beefs up investment but more trains are late as net debt increases to £30.6bn
- National Grid boss warns of 'tighter' energy supplies as first-half profits slip
- CBI survey reveals strongest growth in UK manufacturing output in 18 years
- A new age of astronomy? Discovery promises fresh insight into black holes and exploding stars
- Extinct frog brought back to life: Lazarus Project named one of 2013 best inventions
- 'Monster' cosmic explosion capable of destroying Earth captured in distant galaxy
- Are you indifferent, restless or apathetic? Scientists identify a fifth type of boredom
- Black Beauty rock is ‘oldest chunk of Mars’ ever found on earth, scientists say
- Pete Haycock: Guitarist with the Climax Blues Band who went on to write film music for John Badham and Franc Roddam
- Alex Calderwood: Hotelier and self-styled ‘cultural engineer’ who gave his Ace chain a distinctively unconventional and offbeat style
- John Hawk: US Army sergeant who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery during the Normandy campaign
- Hal Needham: Film director who started out performing stunts and went on to make 'Smokey and the Bandit' and 'Cannonball Run'
- Martin Seifert: Greatly admired physician who became an authority on arthritis over 30 years at London's St Mary's Hospital
- Terry Fogerty: Bustling loose forward of the 1960s and 70s who played for Halifax, Wigan and Great Britain
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- The rise of Paul Flowers offers a textbook example of cronyism
- These deaths are tragedies, but they won’t stop me cycling in London
- Tales from the Water Cooler: I smell a rat in this cellphones on planes announcement
- Man about town: If tyres can be sexy, Greggs can be sociable
- The Italian MEP who brings her daughter to work is highlighting the stark choice facing many women: career or motherhood?
- The Great British Bake Off backlash has begun
- Resistance is futile. ‘Monty Python’ is part of a 60s cultural hegemony that grips us to this day
- ‘There’s something about making a roast which is almost like a dance’
- The Big Questions: How do we make cycling safer? What are the lessons of the Paul Flowers affair?
- Domestic slavery is a crime the police struggle to combat
- Errors and Omissions: Let’s consign this cliché to a weighty tomb
- Yes, we do need to change the age of consent. To 35. Only then are people ready to have sex
- No regrets, Dame Maggie: film and TV are the better for you
- How the convicted nephew of a Kennedy could become an unlikely poster boy for reform of the US justice system
- Torturing animals to make an angora scarf
- Eclipsed in death: We remember JFK, but what about Aldous Huxley, or CS Lewis?
- Kennedy’s assassination had such an impact that even those of us who were very young at the time carry the memory with us
- Pint, pint, pint, fight: How we can help Britain's problem drinkers
- i Editor's Letter: Is it worth going to university?
- Don’t dismiss teenagers until I’ve told you about the ones in the Rhondda
- For disabled travellers, the loss of tube staff gives reason to worry
- Our politicians have failed in their duty to protect our privacy. Now we must act
- Nepal is stagnating under its Maoist government
- Pricing nature is a capital idea
- Is exercise a waste of time? Don't let the headlines run away with you
- This ‘woman-proof’ car shows why we need to challenge the stereotypes about female drivers
- ‘Green crap’? Cameron's u-turn on the environment is just as shameful as Clegg's on tuition fees
- Trouble sleeping? Try listening to the Ashes coverage
- Left-wingers are more likely to cheat? Peter Oborne piles nonsense on top of prejudice in his latest ‘trollemic’
- So what if David Cameron took drugs? We all did
- Michael Palin, Sir Tim Berners Lee and PJ Harvey will guest edit Radio 4's Today show this Christmas. But do we need to listen?
- Letter from the Media Editor: Hull named UK City of Culture for 2017
- The Rev Flowers’ excesses must not destroy the Co-op
- Two centuries after William Wilberforce, exploitation and forced labour are back on the rise in Britain
- The price of nature: Giving the natural world a value could help to protect it
- Despite new drugs and campaigns for condom use, the battle against Aids in Africa is still raging
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- Ashes 2013-14: England terrorised by Mitchell Johnson as Alastair Cook's side collapse
- Ashes 2013-14: Stuart Broad thrives off hostility to take five-wicket haul at The Gabba and put England in dominant position in First Test
- Ashes 2013-14: Five-wicket taker Stuart Broad claims he 'enjoyed' the insults from The Gabba and even 'sang along' at one stage
- Ashes 2013-14: Mark Waugh predicts England's batting decline will mean hard-fought series
- Ashes 2013-14 comment: Alastair Cook is a problem, and his lack of runs are costing England
- Ashes 2013-14: Day two of the First Test - in pictures
- The Aussie Angle on the Ashes 2013-14: Mitchell Johnson applied the Bodyline advice to the letter with a burst full of murderous intent
- Ashes 2013-14: Geoffrey Boycott slams England for 'giving away the First Test'
- Ashes 2013-14: 'Mitchell Johnson was one of the quickest I've faced,' says Michael Carberry
- Ashes 2013-14: Podcast - Stephen Brenkley at the Gabba
- Ashes 2013-14: Brad Haddin revels in the 'wonderful hour-and-a-half' demolition of England on day two
- Simon Kelner: The Ashes - a much better option than counting sheep
- Ashes 2013-14: Courier Mail continues 'Stuart Broad Ban', despite the 'Phantom Menace' taking five-wicket haul
- Ashes 2013-14: The Aussie Angle - Mitchell Johnson provides one of the few positives
- Ashes 2013-14: Was baiting Stuart Broad the stupidest recent decision by Australia?
- Ashes 2013-14: Day One of the First Test - in pictures
- The next Sachin Tendulkar? Indian schoolboy Prithvi Shaw hits 546 runs
- Ashes 2013-14: Geoff Miller bows out after era of selecting success still putting the players first
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- PS4 vs Xbox One: 5 reasons to buy Sony's console over Microsoft's
- Amazon Coins digital currency launched in UK, gives every Kindle Fire owner £4
- Apple wins $290m in damages from Samsung in patent infringement case
- Sex app notifies you when you have an STI
- Digital lollipop simulates taste through electric currents
- Xbox One launch day: zombies and legionaries hit London and New York
- Doctor Who: 50th anniversary celebrated with Google Doodle
- Cody Wilson created a gun that can be downloaded and built with a 3D printer - is he too dangerous for Britain?
- GoldieBlox: the engineering toys for girls that aim to 'level the playing field'
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds review
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- 12 per cent of 2013 festive spending will be digital, forecasts payments monitor
- Simon Read: Another fund manager leaves? So what?
- It's decision time for Co-op Bank bondholders
- Donald MacInnes: Count me out of any reunions...the past has really passed for me
- Mark Dampier: Neptune banks on Spain, Portugal and Italy to turn tide for Europe
- Money Insider: Leeds Building Society's rate is good but 10 years is a long time
- Derek Pain: Too much information - less would be more in company accounts
- Don't get in a lather: Six top tips to help you start saving money on your fuel bills
- More people die from cold in Britain than in Sweden every winter
- Simon Read: We should all be shocked by rise of gambling ads on our telly
- Questions of Cash: Why couldn't Lloyds and Scottish Widows home in on our money?
- Money alert: Financial planning week
- Bargain Hunter: Win the latest Apple iPhone in our exclusive competition
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- Freedom of speech is not an 'absolute', university leaders warn
- Hung up on her: After Madonna made a surprise visit to a US university this week, here are five other celebrities who caused a sudden stir on campus
- Oxford University stunned as 'joke candidate' is elected student union president
- Campuses to fall silent again as December's university strikes go ahead
- Government announces £350m investment in engineering and science postgraduates
- Birmingham University campus occupied once more by student activists
- Gurkha hunger strike called off as MPs launch parliamentary probe into rights
- Fight begins against proposed privatisation of student loan book
Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
- 1 All Blacks Aaron Cruden misses New Zealand flight after drinking session, has brilliant excuse
- 2 Kim Kardashian 'nude photos' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence scandal
- 3 'F*ck it, I quit': TV reporter Charlo Greene quits live on air in spectacular fashion
- 4 Alicia Keys leaks nude photo 'to create a kinder and more peaceful world'
- 5 Clothes store Joy angers mental health campaigners with Twitter exchange on bipolar disorders