Day In a Page
Monday, 25 February 2013
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- How did modern Islam become so intolerant?
- Discarding Trident would not aid global nuclear disarmament; it would only imperil UK security
- Negative interest rates mean more pain for savers
- When even Yahoo!'s Marissa Mayer wants workers in the office, is the homeworking revolution over?
- Pack off Nick Clegg and send for Vince! Only a total Cleggectomy can save the Lib Dems now
- Don’t let the developers take your last civil right – the right to light
- Derek Rose's attempt to blackmail ex-girlfriend Tamara Ecclestone is the work of a scumbag, but should it be illegal?
- Arts and culture matter - yes, even in a recession
- Rape is a Western problem too - and it will be as long as male power comes at the expense of women
- Why don't more women blow the whistle on sexual harassment in the office? Because typically this results in blowing one's career too
- The Page 3 debate continues - and I'm not done yet
- Blue badge holders and the finger wagging brigade
- First Aid education could save thousands of lives a year, so why isn't it on the curriculum?
- Luxor hot air balloon crash: How tourism has changed in Egypt
- The car's no longer the star for a mobile generation
- Silvio Berlusconi has actually talked some sense – but he terrifies the markets
- Cardinal Keith O'Brien has been sacked by the Pope, rather than left to retire
- Like the soon-to-be carpenter Daniel Day-Lewis, all Oscar winners should go off and do something else
- Why is free admission to art galleries and museums sacrosanct, when free swimming is not?
- The Lord Rennard scandal marks the moment the Lib Dems discovered they are on the big stage
- The real scandal behind horsemeat is the struggle of smallholding British farmers
- Me and my police commissioner - whoever that might be - could both learn something about democracy from the ancient Greeks
- If you ask me...Nick Clegg is the master of U-turns, so let's spare a thought for his poor wife Miriam
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: Book Club Blues
- To make freelancing safer, young foreign journalists need more support and less sneering
- In Holland, university is a reward for hard work - why do British students think so differently?
- Why Google Glass leaves me feeling half-empty
- The risks are huge, but freelance war correspondents shouldn't be shunned for having the courage to take them
- Would re-electing Silvio Berlusconi be good for Italy?
- Will Owen Jones end up in parliament?
- How to stop the Harlem Shake (or bring it back to its roots)
- Poll: After his third Oscar win, is Daniel Day-Lewis the greatest actor of all time?
- Poll: Did The Onion take it too far in their tweet about Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis?
- 6 Great Gifs from the 2013 Oscars Ceremony
- Why was everyone so angry at Oscars 2013?
- Editorial: The fine line between justice and a witch-hunt
- Editorial: Italy shows how the tide has turned against elites
- Editorial: George Osborne's wake-up call
- Editorial: More rape questions for the Met
- Editorial: An orderly changing of the guard in Cuba
- Editorial: Ever wondered about moving to Wales?
- Editorial: Just when the Lib Dems looked set for victory...
- Editorial: Time running out for talks with Iran
- Editorial: All aboard for the Red Planet...
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- Tom Maynard was 'habitual cocaine user', batsman's inquest hears
- It's a compliment to be known as England's Aussie, says Joe Root
- And now for the Tests: Six questions about England's series in New Zealand
- England hand Nick Compton the chance to cement place as Ashes opener
- James Lawton: Terrible tragedy should act as a wake-up call for English cricket
- India seal dominant victory over Australia
- Buttler has served up a problem for Giles
- Round-up: Abbott helps South Africa rout Pakistan in Test series
- India take series lead over Australia
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- 1 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 Is Ebola coming to Britain? UK health officials issue warning to doctors as outbreak fears grow
- 4 Richard Dawkins says 'date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse' on Twitter
- 5 Danish TV reporter is all business up top, all party down below