Day In a Page
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
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- Rick Mather: Architect hailed for his subtle and light-filled renovations of historic buildings
- Jim Mortimer: Union official and Labour's General Secretary during hard times for the Party
- Eamon de Buitlear: Film-maker and environmentalist
- Al Neuharth: Ebullient newspaperman who founded 'USA Today'
- Jagdish Sharan Verma: Indian chief justice
- Patrick Garland: Lauded director for stage, screen and television
- Terry Devon: Much-loved singer of the postwar years
- Phyllis Naidoo: Activist who fought to end apartheid
- Richie Havens: Folk singer and songwriter who became a hero of the counter-culture
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- The age of austerity is over. Why? It doesn’t work
- As an old empire emerges from Europe's new alliances, Cameron will be left behind
- The important lessons China has for the world
- The fear of being watched is a powerful thing - just ask the bike thieves in Newcastle
- Smart, likable Jo Johnson may well be the best man for the job. That's exactly the problem
- Consensual sex and rape – it’s really very simple
- A ten-match ban for Suarez is further evidence that we have turned into a nation of hysterics
- This is not just about Abu Qatada, it's about a climate of contempt for human rights principles
- Perception was all at Leveson and it also matters in this legal eagle love story
- For all their rage, the Tories know Qatada is going nowhere fast
- Grace Dent: If every man or woman’s home is their castle, who cares if it costs £1 to buy?
- Pope John Paul II has been fast-tracked to sainthood - so where do we sign up?
- BBC boy wonder Danny Cohen shows one approach to success, but Alex Ferguson, 71, has another
- The tabloids need to stop feigning ignorance of eating disorders
- Without proper training, cyclists are riding for a fall
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- Ashes 2013: Fears over fitness of Kevin Pietersen heighten
- Ashes 2013: Is Australia's squad a mix of youth and experience - or pragmatic and panic-stricken?
- Ryan Harris injury increases Aussie woe
- James Taylor helps Notts cash in as Derbyshire get harsh lesson
- Chris Gayle and the story of the fastest centuries in cricket
- Brad Haddin calls for unity in Australia squad ahead of the Ashes
- The fastest century in cricket history: Chris Gayle hits a ton off 30 balls for Royal Challengers Bangalore in Indian Premier League
- County Championship round-up: Jimmy Adams proves he remains a dangerous opponent
- Lancashire batsman Jordan Clark joins the six sixes elite
- County Championship round-up: Shivnarine Chanderpaul is cornerstone of opening-day recovery by Derbyshire
- Godolphin trainer's disgrace complete with eight-year ban
- 15 horses suspended following BHA hearing over doping scandal
- Sheikh Mohammed furious over doping scandal as Newmarket stable is locked down
- 'Incredible' Quevega quick to take advantage of Solwhit's frailty
- Sir Des Champs spurs fresh belief
- Triple crown for Sprinter despite slow Irish going
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Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
Shock poll shows voters believe Ukip is to the left of the Tories
Disgruntled RBS worker writes hilarious open letter to Russell Brand after anti-capitalist publicity stunt leaves him hungry
New era of cheap oil 'will destroy green revolution'
Ukip founder Alan Sked and Nigel Farage 'begged Enoch Powell to stand as a candidate'
Ukip candidate jokes about 'shooting peasants' in racist and homophobic rant
- 1 Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
- 2 Harry Potter fans can apply to the Hogwarts-inspired College of Wizardry
- 3 Jessica Chambers: 19-year-old woman 'doused with lighter fluid and burned alive' in the US
- 4 Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage 'poundshop Enoch Powell' in BBC Question Time debate
- 5 Orange Wednesdays are no more