Day In a Page
Sunday, 23 February 2014
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- Why a new Ukraine is the Kremlin's worst nightmare
- Local truces aside, the ingredients for a long Syrian war are all still in place
- A leaders' debate is out of the question
- The Government is more anti-EU than at any time in the last 20 years. So why are Eurosceptics still so gloomy?
- We could be at a tipping point – when parents who think private education is the only option finally see that state schools make sense
- A bird on the brink of extinction, the Tahiti monarch has one hope – you
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: I found a love letter in my husband's pocket. Should we seek help?
- I'm proud of my scars – and I'm lucky to say I've never had a bad reaction to them. It should be this way for everyone
- Now scientists have discovered the ‘snob effect’, can we forgive the snobby?
- Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2014: you can be too obsessed with ‘healthy’ eating
- Alice Herz-Sommer, the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, said Beethoven was her religion. That's the effect great art can have
- Shame on those who have driven Alec Baldwin from public life
- i Editor's Letter: Gute Reise, Angela!
- Robert Fisk: Pluralism was once the hallmark of the Arab world, so the exodus of Christians from the Middle East is painful to one Islamic scholar
- It’s not necessarily ‘media stereotyping’. Often we’re just reporting the news
- Bullingdon bullies need more than extra lessons if they are to join the modern world
- I grew up in poverty. So I know for a fact that the scars left on children do not easily heal
- On relationships, this generation has learned from their parents’ mistakes
- Philip Hammond’s not sexist, he’s serially confused. Which bodes ill for British foreign policy
- Girls can play any sport and look ‘radiant and gorgeous’ - but it shouldn't be a requirement for taking part
- The North is still not feeling this recovery – and the Conservatives are likely to pay for that at the polls
- Divisions exist but a sense of Ukrainian national identity is still strong
- As the Olympic flame is extinguished in Sochi, homophobia is still burning bright
- We need new laws to put a stop to revenge porn
- Marcus Field: How Van Dyck is having a moment in our age of celebrity
- It's youth speak – innit, the paradox of publicity, crazy coffins and still sexy at 60
- This crisis is about what's best for Ukraine, not Russia
- The last breaths of America's machinery of death
- Shelagh Delaney: A victim of sexism... or maybe just not that good
- Why has no one told me about this extra meal?
- Sorry George. Hair today, headlines tomorrow
- David Cameron needs Angela Merkel, but she relies on him too
- The cool were at the Brits. The ultra-cool weren't
- The Co-op's lost plot, specs for snoopers, lessons in domestic service
- MPs on a power trip, girls and the Princess Syndrome, women in politics and a-mazing generations
- Now make your case against a currency union, Mr Salmond
- Citizenship ought not to be hawked to the highest bidder
- Cuts to the Crown Prosecution Service budget are no excuse for reducing support for victims and witnesses
- It is not bullying to show what Scottish independence means
- With Yanukovych fled and elections planned, the next few days will be crucial in determining the future of Ukraine
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- England are desperate to move on from Kevin Pietersen
- Luke Wright determined to tie down a spot in England team after the axing of Kevin Pietersen
- England cricket team's new post-Kevin Pietersen era to begin on shaky ground
- South Africa batsman Hashim Amla resists pace of Australia's Mitchell Johnson and closes in on century in First Test match
- Ian Herbert: Our Ashes conquerors don’t look so all-powerful now
- Winter Olympics 2014: UK Sport vows to maintain 'no compromise' approach to funding in order for Team GB to 'continue being champions'
- Winter Olympics 2014: IOC president Thomas Bach hails Sochi success as Russia delivers promise of 'excellence'
- Winter Olympics 2014: We can do even better at the next Games, says Team GB chief Mike Hay
- Kevin Garside: Why F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is cosying up to Russia president Vladimir Putin
- Matt Butler: Now we know just how far all that sweeping in curling can take the stone
- Winter Olympics 2014: Team GB bobsleigh crew let final chance of medal slide – but only just
- Winter Olympics 2014: The ‘new Russia’ basks in its £30bn of gold glory
- Winter Olympics 2014: Vanessa Mae, Pussy Riot, Britain still rubbish - lessons learned from Sochi
- Winter Olympics 2014: The best and worst of Sochi
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- WhatsApp plans to implement voice calling in 'second quarter of the year'
- ‘Electric Eel’ digital condom promises to make sparks fly in the bedroom
- Titanfall Xbox One bundle: Microsoft steps up Sony PS4 fight with price cut and giant robots
- Mozilla unveils £15 smartphone - promises a 'flood' of cheap devices for emerging markets
- Nokia X review: A Windows Phone-Android hybrid that punches above its weight
- Google acquires London start-up Spider.io to help crack down on advertising fraud
- Sony launches waterproof Xperia Z2 smartphone and tablet
- Huawei TalkBand bracelet combines a fitness tracker and Bluetooth headset
- Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL: Specifications, prices and release dates
- Nokia launch first ever Android Phones
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Robin Williams Emmys tribute led by Billy Crystal criticised for including 'racist' joke about Muslim woman
Rotherham child sex abuse scandal: Labour Home Office to be probed over what Tony Blair's government knew - and when
The Rotherham child abuse scandal is a tale of apologists, misogyny and double standards
What do immigrants really think of Britain? Polish immigrant's Reddit post goes viral
Do you realise just how foolish the UK looks?
With Douglas Carswell joining Ukip, my party has taken another giant step forward
- 1 Unseen Charlie and the Chocolate Factory chapter deemed 'too subversive' released
- 2 Ebola virus: It's ripped through towns – now the deadliest ever outbreak of the virus is heading for Africa's teeming cities
- 3 Joan Rivers: 'Palestinians deserve to be dead'
- 4 A teacher speaks out: 'I'm effectively being forced out of a career that I wanted to love'
- 5 Mexican woman becomes world’s 'oldest person' at 127