Day In a Page
Thursday, 25 July 2013
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- Revealed: The science behind Usain Bolt power burst used to the 100m world record
- Is it Inception? Total Recall? No, science fact: False implanted in mice brains
- Harvard scientists say coffee ‘could halve risk of suicide’
- An 'empathy switch' allows psychopaths to feel at will
- Rising water temperatures turn lobsters into cannibals
- Scientists discover what triggers allergic reactions to cats
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- The British Library: For aspiring misanthropes, it’s a ripe hunting ground
- Royal baby A-Z: Everything you ever wanted to know about Prince George
- Will nobody confront the hackers and blaggers in pin-striped suits?
- Boozy Brits abroad: What happens in Kavos should stay in Kavos
- Tales from the Water Cooler: The royal baby and a terrible error at St Mary’s Hospital
- I was a self-hating child, so if it’s a choice between babies and my 100-year-old mother-in-law...
- This week's big questions: Is the monarchy’s future safe? Is republicanism dead? Should we be more like the Dutch?
- Errors and omissions: Us and them in a muddle of personal pronouns
- Help to Buy? It’s more like Help to Prop Up Crazytown
- Man about town: Want to spice up film premieres? Do a Coogan, and turn up in character
- We have all the time in the world for Wagner
- The hidden cost of paying for GP appointments
- Fatal distraction: Drivers, and cyclists, need all their attention for the road
- A year on from London 2012, what is the real legacy of the Olympics?
- Labour faithful risk taking party back to the dark, unelectable days
- Open justice - a fight that must go on
- Bo Xilai and how the mighty of China have fallen
- Stop treating the state pension as a handout
- Anxieties? They're attacking from all sides
- Leave lasers to others, but the Albert Hall Proms could enhance the show
- Hail, new Prince George! Unworthy are we commoners to be in your presence!
- The Concorde made history. Our skies are poorer without it
- Leave the Royals alone? If only it was that simple
- From Uganda to Britain: Life was much better before I started to think about the pain of hunger
- The Lone Ranger: Why does Hollywood pick villains with facial disfigurements?
- Welcome, baby George. And don't mind the millions of eyes watching your every move
- Quick, Kate needs us! We're her post-baby bodywatch team
- Mallorca sick of tourists vomiting in the streets - and other destinations in need of an image makeover
- Google poetics: predicting a new world of poetry
- Justin Bieber caught spitting - rude, sure. But should he be fined?
- Apple store woman's rant: should shop workers ask people to leave for bad behaviour?
- Happy 70th birthday Mick Jagger! A celebratory quiz for Stones fans
- “I’m better off dead” 11 year-old Nada al-Ahdal on child marriage
- Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa reviews round-up
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- Bradley Wiggins hopes to ride out of the shadows in Tour of Poland
- UCI presidential candidate Brian Cookson backs return for women’s tour
- Tour de France director labels Harriet Harmon's proposal for a women's race as ill-conceived and premature
- Tour De France 2014: Government pledge £10m towards Grand Depart in Yorkshire
- Robin Scott-Elliot: Ashes wheel won't turn back if Aussies would rather watch 'Shaun the Sheep'
- Ashes 2013: How Ian Bell the Shermanator grew up to become the Terminator with record in his sights
- Ashes 2013: Sussex v Australia tour match report - Steve Smith safeguards Test place but Ed Cowan wastes gilt-edged chance
- In pictures: England cricket team draw sketches of each other - with mixed results
- Ashes 2013: Test places up for grabs as Australia head for Hove
- Ashes 2013: Kevin Pietersen still doubtful for Old Trafford Test
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- Zynga share price drops again as US gambling launch cancelled
- Gallery: The unique portraiture of the Petzval Lens
- Petzval Kickstarter: Hipster photography reaches new heights with 1840 all-brass lens
- Researchers hack cars to remotely control steering and brakes
- Indian army mistakes planets for 'Chinese spy drones'
- YouTube Easter egg turns the site retro
- Google's new Nexus 7 tablet: yours for £199.99
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- Derek Pain: Takeovers are back, so let's stand by to make some money
- Money Insider: More misery for savers as interest rates keep falling
- Five questions about: Bill shock
- Mark Dampier: Mining the winners despite the volatility
- Simon Read: Premium bonds rate cut leaves slim hope of jackpot
- Donald MacInnes: Two singles won't always make a return
- All change on maintenance for separated families
- Money alert: Amazon scraps 'free' delivery
- Questions of Cash: Daughter's phone contract did not have the text factor
- Bargain Hunter: Rocket yoga helps you reach for the stars
- 200,000 victims of Equitable Life collapse may miss out on compensation after Atos slips up again
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Rochester by-election: Ukip gains second MP as Tory defector Mark Reckless holds seat
Ukip says babies born to immigrants in the UK should be classed as migrants – which would include Nigel Farage’s own children
'Beast of Bolsover' Dennis Skinner takes Ukip MP Mark Reckless to task moments after he is sworn in
The young are the new poor: Sharp increase in number of under-25s living in poverty, while over-65s are better off than ever
Tamir Rice: 12-year-old boy playing with fake gun dies after being shot by Ohio police
Exclusive: UK approved £7m Israeli arms sales in six months before Gaza conflict
- 1 I'm A Celebrity 2014: Jungle security stepped up after murder and 'suspicious death' near to camp
- 2 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 3 Jeremy Hunt: 'I took my children to A&E because I didn't want to wait for GP appointment'
- 4 Girl, 7, gets Tesco to remove 'stupid' sign suggesting superheroes are 'for boys'
- 5 This letter from a reader explains why women can’t play football