Day In a Page
Monday, 22 July 2013
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- George, James, Alexander or Richard? Bets come flying in on the name of the royal baby
- Royal baby: He's just one in 2,000 born in the UK yesterday - but will know nothing of the poverty that will hit one in three of them
- Royal baby front pages - from Private Eye to 'The Son'
- Royal baby: Three heirs to the throne in line for first time in 119 years - and the fact it's a boy avoids gender issue
- In pictures: Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy
- Toshi Seeger: Activist and wife of Pete Seeger
- Dennis Farina: Actor whose years as a Chicago cop gave his work the pungency of real life
- Lawrie Reilly: One of Scottish football's greatest centre-forwards
- Robert Breare: Businessman who succeeded despite his shambolic corporate strategy
- Paul Bhattacharjee: Actor whose work took in the RSC, the Royal Court and 'EastEnders'
- Bert Trautmann
- William Turner
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- This article wouldn’t get past a public filter, Mr Cameron
- Owen Jones: Cruel? Certainly. Unforgivable? Beyond doubt. But the Tories aren't actually evil
- The Royal baby might have to wait 50 years - but the UK will still be the same
- From blue-chip hacking to GlaxoSmithKline: Britain is far more corrupt than we think
- Oprah Winfrey the pioneer of television therapy can save Lindsay Lohan - and us too
- Tim Key: 'Changing tyres isn’t my forte. I’m not a man in that sense. I can’t change anything'
- Will Help to Buy just help the rich feel even richer?
- You have to admit, the Royal Family serves a purpose
- Porn is about fantasy sex - and the truth is that some women have rape fantasies. But this is very different from the real thing
- Britain surely knows how bad things are for Burma's minorities. So why do we maintain diplomatic relations?
- Keeping news of the Royal baby private - even for four hours - was a superb decision. We should all cherish ‘unplugged’ moments
- Don't ban 'rape porn' - introduce more porn with negotiation and boundary-setting
- This Government doesn't understand technology. The attempt to block porn proves it
- Gabby Logan thinks women are window dressing at Sky News, but to me they seem like experts
- The pursuit of shale gas is another example of the Coalition's betrayal of the environment
- Is the EU getting tough on Israel at last?
- Royal baby birth: We've all had our special moment, now let Kate and Will have theirs
- Dear Royal baby... You won't know poverty, but will you know real people?
- Israel will maintain contact with Hezbollah, so why should Europe stop?
- Woolwich suspect’s broken teeth in prison sends a bad message
- Just because I’ve been on holiday doesn’t mean I have to be happy
- Mickelson versus Froome? Golf's last round is cycling's rolling start
- Cameron is getting tough on internet porn, so is a Fantasy Tsar now going to decide what's acceptable?
- There will be no Con/Lib coalition after the next election
- The war on drugs claims another victim, Martha Fernback
- It's hard to block online porn. But in my experience, it's more than worth it
- Don't neglect the importance of the humanities
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: My teenage son is using ketamine and cocaine
- Junior Just a Minute: Radio 4's panel game has been given a youthful new makeover
- You can doubt concrete parts of the Olympic legacy, but there's no questioning its spirit
- Why theatre's alternative space invaders need to leave their comfort zone
- Cellulite, scars, tattoos, hair, bingo wings and bellies: It's summer - so feel free to get it all out
- That's a right royal mess the Royal Ballet has got itself into
- Armpits4August is a great idea, but will I be growing it out? Not a chance in hell
- Humanity is on a crash course with carbon
- Intern magazine: how to make your own publicity and land a job
- Thought Blurred Lines was sexist? Try it this way
- Abu Ghraib mass jailbreak heightens fears over future of Iraq
- Royal baby boy is born: the facts
- Royal baby boy is born: The best of the internet's Lion King, Prince Harry and Tyler reaction
- Royal Baby: Baby gifts for the heir to the throne
- Liam Gallagher's affair rumours: would you expect a say in who your partner hires?
- Royal baby: Do the royals live up to their star signs?
- Royal baby: Five things we didn’t need to know about the pregnancy
- Royal baby: Your guide to TV royal pundits
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- Will Chris Froome or Bradley Wiggins be Team Sky’s main man in next year’s Tour de France?
- Va va Froome: Chris Froome wins Tour de France and England’s Ashes cricketers bask in success, but Lee Westwood washes out
- Brian Cookson vows to hunt down cycling's drug pushers if he makes UCI President
- On The Road at the Tour de France: Last night was amazing – the roar on the Champs-Elyseé was deafening
- Tour de France 2013: Chris Froome hopes victory is the first of many
- Tour de France 2013: Sir Dave Brailsford hails Team Sky effort that propelled Chris Froome to glory
- Tour de France 2013: Stage-by-stage guide to how Chris Froome won the Tour de France
- Tour de France 2013: Chris Froome can be role model for clean cycling says father
- Tour de France 2013: Bad crashes and cookery courses - on the road with the Tour’s riders
- Angus Fraser on The Ashes 2013: I take no joy in watching Australia getting thrashed by England...
- The Ashes 2013: Alan Border slams Australia's 'embarrassing' batsmen after Test debacle
- Michael Calvin: Is the Big Bash leaving a dent in Australian hopes of producing Test players?
- The Ashes 2013: Graham Gooch sings praises of England’s grounded shooting star Joe Root
- Ashes 2013: Don’t laugh, we can still win the series, insists captain Michael Clarke
- Ashes 2013: James Anderson hopeful that Kevin Pietersen will be fit for third Test in his recovery from a calf strain
- The Light Roller: There is no easy way back for these Aussies
- Shane Warne ends competitive cricket career by retiring from Melbourne Stars
- Ashes 2013: Spare your sympathy – this is payback time for Australia
- Ashes 2013: This is now a crisis for Australia. We need Fawad Ahmed to answer the SOS call
- Ashes 2013: England v Australia second Test - player ratings
- Round-Up: Arafat sinks Warwickshire to record low of 73
- James Lawton at The Open 2013: Tiger Woods' fiercely competitive flame is more like a feeble flicker these days
- Magnificent Phil Mickelson locks sights on US Open following victory at The Open 2013
- The Open 2013: Phil Mickelson 'showed a lot of guts' says Jack Nicklaus
- The Open 2013: Lee Westwood says 'I know what to work on' after missing out again
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- Wikipedia wants you: 'We're a startup in stealth mode', says Jimmy Wales as he plans to open data to all
- Ubuntu Edge: A $32 million campaign to create 'the future of the phone'
- Nokia's Lumia 625: With its 4.7-inch display this is a budget big-screen aimed at first time smartphone buyers
- Google's new ads for Gmail masquerade as regular emails
- Nvidia Shield confirms US launch date of July 31
- Sim cards hacked: A single text that unlocks millions of mobiles
- Apple reportedly testing 13-inch iPad and larger iPhone
- Facebook moves into new markets as low-powered app hits 100 million users
- Apple developer website hacker claims he has 'over 100,000 user details'
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- Gatwick bids for second runway as alternative to Heathrow expansion
- Deals of the week - Barcelona, cruising Venice to Athens, El Hierro
- Get me out of here - Cyprus, Lake Como, Dubai
- Where to go after a September city break in Rome – seaside or countryside?
- Lightning strikes and floods disrupt rail services across UK
- Travel Click firm goes bust on busiest week of year for holidaymakers
Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Support for EU membership 'at highest level since 1991' with most Brits wanting to stay 'in'
Thousands with degenerative conditions classified as 'fit to work in future' – despite no possibility of improvement
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Attacks on 'Ukip Calypso' show how skewed people’s priorities are
- 1 This 'woman calls police to order pizza' story isn't going where you're expecting
- 2 Axe wielding man shot dead after attacking four New York policemen on busy street
- 3 Watch what happened when food critics were unknowingly served McDonald's
- 4 Jimmy Carr's Oscar Pistorius joke goes a bit too far at the Q Awards
- 5 Ottawa shootings: Bruce MacKinnon's cartoon is the perfect tribute to soldier Nathan Cirillo