Day In a Page
Thursday, 25 October 2012
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- Jacques Barzun: Historian who believed that Western culture was descending into trivia
- John Connelly: Winger who won the league with Burnley and Manchester United
- Manny Steward: The best boxing trainer of his generation
- Wilhelm Brasse: A photographer in Auschwitz
- Mike Morris: Presenter who helped put TV-am on to an even keel
- Dick McBride: One of the last of the Beat poets
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- Rupert Murdoch, the Establishment and why I can't wait to see Conrad Black on Have I Got News for You
- If Jeremy Paxman has decided to stop wearing ties to work, that must mean they're back in fashion
- Fall of a Roman emperor: how the conviction of Silvio Berlusconi repeats the pattern of history
- Oh, no! Totnes has seen off Costa. Now I won’t be able to boycott it
- Far from being a sideshow, Silvio Berlusconi's legal battles have dominated Italian politics for decades
- Tony Blair may be an admirer of Ukrainian mills, but not on the basis of British ones he's visited
- Errors and omissions: some are more prone to silly mistakes than others
- This week's big questions: is greed good, can we reinvent capitalism and do we need quotas for women?
- Some of us hoped that a hung parliament would give the Commons some oomph. But sadly not
- Who didn’t lock their teacher in his office?
- The New York Met just staged a great British production, but did anyone over here notice?
- Two drama teachers were sacked for play where students acted out sexual abuse - but drama is meant to shock
- It's not just Taliban bullets that hold back girls' education. Whole governments are at it
- All hail, the new suffragettes. But let's not try to fight too many battles
- The aftermath of the Arab uprisings brings more veils, less freedom for women
- The cruel are finally punished: Six care workers jailed on charges of shocking patient abuse at Winterbourne View
- This week's wackiest web stories: Toddler taxi, Rihanna needs a thesaurus and why, Weiwei?
- If we don't keep universities free from market failure, is there anywhere else in society that is safe?
- Whether you call it #Unishambles or not, education is becoming available only to those who can afford it
- QUESTIONABLE TIME: The Vince train pulls in at Slough, in time for Mehdi Hasan's stand up
- Why are they trending? James Bond, #Skyfall, #TEDxBrighton, Pippa Middleton
- Why is it acceptable for Sophie Morgan to be turned away from an Easyjet flight for being disabled?
- The Sketch: Not everything is black and white in the battle of the badgers
- Chances are Mr Osborne won't find the £10bn he needs from Iain Duncan Smith's changes
- James bond drinking Heinken in Skyfall? Whatever next...
- 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
- Sketch: Cameron wanted good news, but got unearthly silence
- Banana skins and picking daffodils: The most ridiculous council fines
- A fifth of British Twitter users tweet & drive and 28 per cent update Facebook on the loo
- Can Xi Jinping save China from itself?
- SB.TV founder Jamal Edwards calls for youth revolution
- What does being a moderate mean? Answer: David Brooks
- Messages from NYPD's wannabe cannibal police officer
- The 15 promises Mitt Romney knew he'd be breaking
- 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?
- Editorial: How scared should we be of a Romney presidency?
- Editorial: A Conservative mutiny on the buses
- Editorial: Too soon to celebrate an economic recovery
- Editorial: Lakhdar Brahimi's Syrian endeavour
- Editorial: Accrington Stanley, twinned with the Lib Dems
- Editorial: Pssst, d'you wanna buy an Olympic medal?
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- India Grand Prix: Bernie Ecclestone is ready to brave the raging storm
- Catching rivals 'is not impossible' says Lewis Hamilton
- Sebastian Vettel in ominous form during practice for Indian Grand Prix
- Bernie Ecclestone backs Lewis Hamilton's switch to Mercedes
- 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
- India Grand Prix: Ferrari flag up support for murder charge pair Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone
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- South Sudan: The wildest frontier
- Trail of the unexpected: Cambodia - for king and country
- Italy: Behind these Roman walls
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Travel Agenda: Viva Old Vic! Bright light, North star, Mexican brave, Rich coast, Peru PC problem, The big trip, 7
- Simon Calder: Gunners’ own goal: taking to the air for a Canaries clash
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- Investment trusts step right back into fashion
- Simon Read: Economic boom? Not for the masses struggling with bills
- Questions of Cash: BA clipped my wings for an Air Miles flight to Marseilles
- The Bargain Hunter: Bargain days out for half-term week
- Hard-up are hit by high-cost meters
- Five Questions About: Energy-saving
- 'Village' bank arrives with help from Tesco
- Spotlight On: Coventry's Poppy bond
- Derek Pain: Why Booker is still a star in my good books
- Money Insider: Lending drive is delivering red-hot offers
- Mark Dampier: Take a gamble on Europe...but steer clear of zombies
- Donald MacInnes: Alarming minutes fail to interest a fortune-telling copper
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
- 1 Scottish referendum: So how about the English now being given a chance to split from England?
- 2 Friends 20th anniversary: Alison Jackson photographs reunited cast
- 3 London council removes 'unacceptable' Stamford Hill posters telling women which side of the road to walk down
- 4 The response to my Pizza Express review has been overwhelming, and taught me a lot about journalism
- 5 Free U2 album: How the most generous giveaway in music history turned into a PR disaster