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- After Berlusconi, Beppe should be just what Italy needs. And yet...
- As the the recent incident in Soho shows, police attitudes to trans people must change
- Why the shock of the new was so much more shocking to musical audiences
- Save money, Prof: I can sniff out bores
- The tension in the Pretoria courtroom reached its peak in the closing hours of Pistorius hearing
- A Political Life: Some of the new Tories are half in love with their own nasty reputation
- Why UN peacekeepers in Haiti are beyond the reach of justice
- George Galloway's Israel denial may repel the mainstream, but it further cements his reputation within his religious constituency
- This Week's Big Questions: Is progress a myth? Is al-Qa'ida's threat disappearing? What is the place of royalty in modern society?
- The Rennard allegations pose a question: What do you do when your boss touches your bottom?
- The Pistorius case casts a lurid light on a corrupt and crime-ridden South Africa
- No truly happy man ever saw the need for exercise. And that’s why I’m putting on weight
- University for the over 60s? It should be available at any age
- Errors and Omissions: We have plenty of words to describe big amounts – but not a plethora
- There's nothing radical about feminist Girl Guides. This movement was always about empowerment
- As a recovering awards show addict, I must warn you: don't watch the Oscars 2013
- Questionable Time: Forgiveness for Michael Heseltine and is Peter Hitchens a Meta-Troll?
- Simon Read: You still can't bank on Lloyds to do right thing
- Donald MacInnes: I'm so close to release from my mountain of mobile woes
- The Bargain Hunter: The chips are down for healthy eating
- Questions of Cash: United Airlines' refund offer hasn't got off the ground
- Can Europe ISAs ride crisis again?
- Derek Pain: Nighthawk oil punt that left me in the dark
- Richard Troue: Have the bottle to back firms, not economic prospects
- Spotlight on: Agribank savings accounts
- Money Insider: Pack the right plastic for your Easter break
- Five Questions About: Energy prices
- Hide assets from your partner and risk prison
- 1 Pope Francis: Being an atheist is alright as long as you do good
- 2 'He was always smiling': Lee Rigby named as Woolwich victim
- 3 'Something passed underneath us, quite close': Airbus A320 has close encounter with UFO
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Two bailed after arrest over Woolwich attack Twitter comments
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