Day In a Page
Wednesday, 24 October 2012
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- Breakthrough: Scientists produce early-stage embryos by transferring genes between unfertilised human eggs, in bid to eliminate inherited mitochondrial diseases
- The tree-climbing girl who turns the history of man on its head
- Revealed: The serious science behind a baby's laugh
- Identifying the brain's own facial recognition system
- John Connelly: Winger who won the league with Burnley and Manchester United
- Walter Harrison: Labour whip whose efforts did much to keep the party in power in the 1970s
- Dick McBride: One of the last of the Beat poets
- Mike Morris: Presenter who helped put TV-am on to an even keel
- Russell Means: American Indian activist and actor
- Stanford Ovshinsky: Pioneering inventor
- Flight Lieutenant William Walker: The oldest surviving pilot from the Battle of Britain
- Svetozar Gligoric: Grandmaster who challenged Soviet dominance
- Claude Cheysson
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- Is it sad that I find the US elections so enthralling?
- If Jeremy Paxman has decided to stop wearing ties to work, that must mean they're back in fashion
- A 'Black Players' Association' won't end racism in football
- Rached Ghannouchi says he doesn’t want an Islamic state in Tunisia. Can he prove his critics wrong?
- Is the perfect day different for men and women?
- There is no ‘unishambles’ in education
- Can everyone please calm down about child abuse?
- The financial crisis requires international thinking. Our leaders just aren't up to it
- From Leveson to Jimmy Savile: our love for public inquiries is more about entertainment than truth
- It's A-Levels, not GCSEs, Mr Gove ought to worry about
- If the City of London loses the trust of the people it serves, whether home or abroad, it's finished
- Never mind Julia Gillard, is there no end to the insults they'll throw at opponents Down Under?
- Children in care: When a child’s home is provided by the state, they should be able to feel safe
- The government must be stopped from silencing people with mental illness
- If we don't contain Britain's burgeoning feral cats, the rest of our wildlife will suffer the consequences
- Hamish McRae: GDP figures show Britain is out of recession - but there are both positives and negatives in the data
- Putting money straight in the pockets of Syrian refugees may be the best way to help
- Islam gets a bad press, but there are many stories our media doesn't tell
- GDP figures show Britain is out of recession - but there are both positives and negatives in the data
- Who will speak up for couples without children?
- After woman sells virginity for $780,000, here are the results of our prostitution survey
- Newsnight, Savile, and why it's BBC managers rather than journalists who deserve our scorn
- Why are they trending? The UK, Olympics, #gdp, Eid, Windows 8
- Banana skins and picking daffodils: The most ridiculous council fines
- Sketch: Cameron wanted good news, but got unearthly silence
- Work for your pension? That’s a bit rich, my Lord
- If you can’t say what’s in it, don’t eat it
- Politicians of all hues want more local democracy. But do any of them know what it actually means?
- If you ask me...the Newsnight editor was right, what woman doesn’t love having her reputation ruined?
- My chance to worship at the feet of the great nature writer Ronald Blythe
- Some sins remove you from the guest list. Others just don’t matter
- Why does the notion of human rights get such a bad press in Britain?
- The GDP figures say Britain is out of recession. But keeping our economy growing won't be easy
- For interns, or the young and out of work, E4's ‘The Work Experience’ was painful viewing
- What it's like to be gay in the world's most homophobic country
- Standardised food labels won't end 'calorie confusion'
- Caitlin Moran's comments are just one example. Too often our media sees only shades of white
- ‘Girls’ is not diverse, not feminist and not empowering
- Never mind Skyfall and Daniel Craig; James Bond has always been stylish, insecure, and a bit rubbish
- Our shock is not enough. Malala's attackers must be brought to justice
- Print journalism is becoming a luxury few can afford
- Teaching our children to ‘read’ and ‘write’ – the case for computer science
- Electronically tracking kids is paranoid parenting
- The values of Democracy 15 will come from our supporters. Are these a good starting point?
- Why are they trending? #iMac, #ipadmini, James Bond
- Why I refuse to wear wool
- Mitt Romney's Gulf gaffe just a ripple in this cliffhanger of a contest
- Spearmint Rhino's 24 hour strip club and Page 3 - you're not about 'choice' for women
- The Exorcist as an 80s sitcom
- Phwoar! Dirty Prince Harry is Tatler's Man of the Year for 2012!
- National Review Editors defend Richard Mourdock on abortion
- ‘Food in teeth’ tops most embarrassing moments on first date
- Hey! You look fabulous, says Emergency Compliment website
- VIDEO: Matrix director stuns gala crowd with transgender coming out tale
- New Chief Whip is proud pleb
- The price of virginity? $780,000 (or $3,000, if you're a man)
- James Bond's best gadgets
- Neanderthals vs. Humans: Who would win in a fight?
- Did Trenton Oldfield deserve six months?
- Top ten weirdest mobile phone insurance claims
- Suspected clown paedophile in band called The Core Of Your Nightmares
- The New Yorker endorses Barack Obama
- Skeleton of elderly man found in bed (in pyjamas) who died at least 15 years ago
- Popular kids in high-school will earn higher wages
- Is Donald Trump going to leak Obama divorce papers?
- Lap dances aren't art, folks
- Paranormal Activity, not Madagascar 3, shown to audience of toddlers
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- Mark Webber 'not pulling over for anyone', including team-mate Sebastian Vettel
- Ferrari promise 'aggressive approach' in bid to land Fernando Alonso the F1 title
- Lewis Hamilton ends stand off with McLaren team principal Ron Dennis
- Title rivals Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso in confident mood ahead of Indian Grand Prix
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- Simon Calder: Gunners’ own goal: taking to the air for a Canaries clash
- Holidaymakers braced for Jamaica hurricane
- Cruising: More than the bare necessities at sea
- Get me out of here: Edinburgh, Saint Lucia, South Africa
- Deals of the week: Vietnam, New York, New Forest
- With air fares to Canada sky-high, can you save by travelling there via the USA?
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David Cameron: 'Jesus invented the Big Society – I'm just continuing God's work'
US Navy christens huge $3 billion destroyer ship USS Zumwalt that appears as a fishing boat on enemy radar
Nigel Farage fatigue? Half of voters ‘immune’ to Ukip’s appeal
The food poverty scandal that shames Britain: Nearly 1m people rely on handouts to eat – and benefit reforms may be to blame
Nigel Farage on Have I Got News For You: Ukip leader ridiculed over expenses and party 'fruitcakes'
Scottish independence: It is the English who should be on their knees, begging the Scots to vote ‘No’
- 1 Refugee facing deportation from Sweden saved by fellow passengers refusing to let plane leave
- 2 The best movies on Netflix: 32 films that will end your endless scrolling
- 3 Naked yoga: the bare truth - it's already big in the US, and has now landed here
- 4 24 people applied for the 'world's toughest job', here are their interviews
- 5 Drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline bribed doctors to boost sales, says whistleblower