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- Archibald Mackenzie: Diplomat whose work helped establish the United Nations
- Barry Askew: Newspaper editor who upset the Queen
- Doug Dillard: Musician in the vanguard of the rise of country rock
- Hal E Chester: Producer of cult hit 'Night of the Demon'
- Paddy Kelly: Soldier and child protection officer
- Chuck Brown: Musician hailed as the creator of the Latin-tinged genre of funk known as 'Go-Go'
- Leading article: We need to look beyond the fuss about Beecroft
- Leading article: Beware false promises of easy economic growth
- Leading article: A shameful tax avoidance culture
- Leading article: No alternative to nuclear power
- Leading article: Time for a critical look at so-called bargains
- Leading article: Political legitimacy is about more than Eurovision
- Should brothels be legalised?
- Josh Barrie: Crimbos? We could be heading for EastEnders gone mad
- Dr Ben Daniels: Taking away benefits from heroin users won’t solve anything
- Simon Kelner: You are cordially invited to sit very still and behave
- Amol Rajan: Help us to run up some funds for two great causes
- Nabila Ramdani: Cairo's women have their say – but they have lost all their faith in the revolution
- Joanna Blythman: GM crop trials are needless and reckless
- Ben Chu: The only hope is to face facts about bank debt
- Simon Kelner: The Skype's the limit for my technophobic brain
- Archie Bland: Big match highlights how goals must be uppermost
- Sophie Warnes: RadFem2012 is excluding on the basis of gender
- Richard Sudan: Palestinian hunger strike comes to an end but the status quo is not sustainable
- Grace Dent: Personally, I'd fire bullying teens from a cannon and relocate the 'feral' kids to Chipping Norton
- Ian Birrell: Like Afghanistan, Mali is a victim of our 'war on terror'
- Deborah Ross: In tough times, you may need to fire your kids
- Jeremy Laurance: This may not be political cynicism, but it looks bad
- Simon English: Who thought it was a good idea for private equity to run such businesses?
- Strauss: 'I still love captaincy, it gets me out of bed in the morning'
- Windies forced to make Best of bad situation
- Kevin Pietersen fined over Twitter comments about Sky television commentator Nick Knight
- West Indies' unbeaten record at Trent Bridge under threat
- Rajan's Wrong 'un: Gayle's case shows overseas pro system is short-changing fans
- County Championship round-up: Durham held up as Compton heads towards 1,000 runs
- Stuart Broad joins Jimmy Anderson in the world's top five
- VIP treatment: Life is golden in the Olympic fast lane
- Didier Drogba mobbed by fans as he carries Olympic torch through Swindon
- GB’s Beach Volleyball squad ‘stop traffic’
- Doha and Baku out of running for 2020 Olympic Games
- Chambers hopes Bolt can help him secure Games qualifying time
- Team GB basketball side miss out on lucrative match with US 'Dream Team' at Olympics
- Australia hockey team unhappy with early schedule for Olympics
- Needle on the cards as GB hockey men play Argentina first
- Torch takes a wrong turn near Bristol
- Beach breaks are most popular holiday type, says survey
- Welcome hosts to be given a regular slot at Heathrow
- Business as usual despite strike, says Stansted
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