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- Jack Ashley: Deaf MP who campaigned tirelessly for the rights of disabled people
- Lord Ashley of Stoke
- Charles Colson: Nixon's right-hand man who served time for the Watergate scandal
- Cris Alexander: Actor who made his Broadway debut in 'On the Town'
- Greg Ham: Flautist remembered for his 'Down Under' riff
- George Cowan: Nuclear scientist
- Leading article: Mr Sarkozy must reject a tainted second term
- Leading article: Gaddafi, the UK, and the truth we must be told
- Leading article: Decline and fall of the local press
- Leading article: An unwelcome Seventies revival
- Leading article: Sham openness will not satisfy justified curiosity
- Leading article: Why the nation's young talents deserve to take the stage
- Evgeny Lebedev: Leveson’s legacy must be to keep our press free
- James Bloodworth: Why do we fetishise meritocracy when most success is down to luck?
- Amol Rajan: A democratic forum that actually gets things done
- Viv Groskop: Carla, Luydmila and the woes of First Ladies
- Rhodri Marsden: You may choose to call me Noggle. But I may not respond kindly
- Simon Kelner: Local papers are the lifeblood of communities
- Owen Jones: The end of Europe’s right-wing winter?
- Musa Okwonga: Ched Evans and the wrong kind of rape
- Laura Davis: With the Eurovision approaching, it’s time to draw attention to the lack of human rights in Azerbaijan
- Charlotte Rachael Proudman: Broken baby making machines
- Freya Berry: How about a holiday that gives power to the people?
- Donald MacInnes: Hunter-gatherers do sometimes like to go shopping
- Julian Baggini: Is Osborne's dad worth a £19,000 desk?
- Harriet Walker: Glossiness is next to emptiness
- Deborah Ross: I'm sorry, there really is no alternative to Billy bookshelves
- Mihir Bose: The modern idea of sport has morality at its core
- Team GB learn group opponents for the Olympic football competition
- Newcastle duo Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse in line for Olympics call-up
- Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere remains on Team GB Olympics list
- Olympic champion Jonathan Edwards says cheats deserve second chance
- Unwelcome visitors plague Olympic shooting range
- Put your camera away: security guards offer glimpse of Olympic enforcers
- Hallissey earns GB marathon selection
- Drug verdict postponed by a week
- Boat Race protester banned from Olympic torch relay route
- British Airways' Willie Walsh attacks 'damaging' aviation policy as Boeing's 787 Dreamliner is unveiled
- Britons' holidays up to 14% cheaper thanks to soaring sterling rate
- Simon Calder: Appealing to the voyeur in us surely beats death itself
- It may be late, but the 787 Dreamliner is set to revolutionise long-haul flying
- Genocide visit or murder tour? 'Dark tourism' hits the mainstream
- 1 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 2 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 3 Exclusive: How MI5 blackmails British Muslims
- 4 EDL marches on Newcastle as attacks on Muslims increase tenfold in the wake of Woolwich machete attack which killed Drummer Lee Rigby
- 5 Farewell, Shameless. Your heirs have work to do
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