Day In a Page
Sunday, 26 January 2014
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- Japanese broadcasting chairman apologises for comments defending WWII use of 'comfort women'
- Engineers diverted from emergency repairs to help David Cameron watch TV after his fuse box goes
- Nikita the Steller's sea eagle on the loose in Yorkshire Dales
- Missing Van Gogh and Rembrandt works among 150 paintings sought in Philippines
- Search continues for Australian boy snatched by crocodiles
- Captain William Overstreet: Pilot who claimed to have chased a German fighter plane under the base arch of the Eiffel Tower in 1944
- Janet Rowley: Ground-breaking researcher who established that genetic mutations are the cause of cancer and not the result of it
- Suchitra Sen: Actress who dominated the Bengali film industry for three decades before retreating into solitude
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- Virginia sure ain't what it used to be
- Who would have thought the PM was a folkie?
- So, what is your line on bottom-pinching, Mr Clegg?
- Who would have thought the PM was a folkie?
- What bliss it is to be detoxed and McKeithless
- Carney should learn the discipline of burgernomics
- We were never a nation of sneaks and nosy parkers
- Elephant Appeal: Ivory owners are urged to do their bit by sacrificing artefacts
- The fact that neither delegation has walked out of Geneva II is a triumph of sorts
- Grace Dent: Check your closet for skeletons, Rufus Hound. Britain likes its politicians squeakier than squeaky clean
- Grace Dent: 33 marriages at the Grammys - now we can all be equally ridiculous
- What the Pope's green manifesto should say... 1. Introduce an international carbon tax
- Forget the furore over the 50p tax rate. The Tories will regret it if they underestimate the Balls/Miliband team
- Michael Gove should be sticking by Ofsted
- Holocaust Memorial Day is as much about the future as the past
- We know Godfrey Bloom's an idiot, but what about those laughing at his Richard III joke?
- Nature Studies: Orchids – gloriously beautiful and enormously successful, too
- Social media sites need to do more to eliminate pro-anorexia messages, but they aren't behind the rise in eating disorders
- Virginia Ironside's dilemmas: How can I help my son with his alcohol addiction?
- Why the Shard stands proud – but empty
- Good fences make good neighbours in Kenya
- Confessions beaten out of ‘suspects’, executions by the hundreds... How different is justice in today’s Iraq from the era of Saddam?
- Mohammed Asghar blasphemy case: This flagrant breach of rights must be undone
- Boxing clever: How I succumbed to the call of carton wine
- What's the weather got to do with British phlegmatism?
- With insights like these, Gerald Howarth must be a shoo-in for the Most Cerebral Backbencher award
- Owen Jones's 'Agenda for Hope': We want a fairer society – and here’s how we can achieve it
- Bollywood glamour and roaring economic progress have blinded us to India’s misogynist reality
- High heels make sexist men feel randy
- Two hours and two minutes to get to Preston. Why do we need HS2, again?
- Ukip’s rambling 2010 manifesto is old news
- A tale from Ireland that will stir the blood – even make it boil
- After Tony Gallagher’s sacking from the Telegraph last week there’s a big question mark hanging over the organisation’s ‘guru’ Jason Seiken
- Behind good news headlines on recovery and jobs we are no better off than at the start of this slump
- George Stinney: Even if the executed 14-year-old is pardoned, it would be wrong to suppose capital punishment has become more 'humane' since 1944
- When I was unemployed the best release from reality I had was in alcohol
- Syria: Splits among rebels allow rare lull in violence but the people, inured to war, expect little from the peace talks
- Christopher Beanland: Architecture attack - what’s with our appetite for destruction?
- Scandi-noir star has dark lesson for Scots
- Big is beautiful: Small companies should not take priority over large ones
- Obama’s power is waning and he faces an unprecedentedly partisan Congress. But there are still things he can do
- Environmental folly: Cutting the domestic climate change budget is a mistake
- Taxing times: The politics of Ed Balls’s pledge to reintroduce the 50p rate may be sound. But the economics are not
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- Ashes 2013-14: Graeme Swann reveals he retired from England because he no longer thought he was good enough
- Twenty20 series: James Faulkner could miss out for Australia after suffering knee injury in ODI series
- Ashes 2013-14: Graeme Swann insists nobody could have captained England this winter after he defends Alastair Cook
- ODI series: England limited overs coach Ashley Giles insists Alastair Cook remains in his plans despite West Indies absence
- ODI series: Ashley Giles defends Ravi Bopara after late controversial stumping sees England collapse once more
- Second defeat for England is no cause for panic, says women's captain Charlotte Edwards
- ODI series: England captain Alastair Cook confirms that he will not travel with the squad for the West Indies series in February
- ODI series: Alastair Cook's England find yet another way to lose as normal service resumes
- Jos Buttler serves up a tasty glimpse of England’s future
- Australian Open 2014: Becoming world number one 'is not my goal' says Stanislas Wawrinka, despite winning first Grand Slam
- Australian Open 2014: Stanislas Wawrinka in dreamland following his first Grand Slam success
- Andy Murray slips to sixth in world rankings
- Australian Open 2014: Li Na’s bold switch pays off with oldest triumph
- Australian Open 2014: Rafael Nadal’s pain brings an end to Stanislas Wawrinka’s long wait for a major crown
- Australian Open 2014: Experience counts as Li Na has last laugh
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- Stephen Fry lends his voice to Wikipedia, encourages others to do the same
- Google makes a $2.7 million bet that Chrome can’t be hacked
- How Sherlock-style forensics allowed astrophysicists to date this Monet masterpiece
- Google and Samsung strengthen ties with global patent deal
- Google buys UK artificial intelligence start-up DeepMind for £400m
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Richard Dawkins on babies with Down Syndrome: 'Abort it and try again – it would be immoral to bring it into the world'
Scottish independence: English people overwhelmingly want Scotland to stay in the UK
Isis threat: Cameron wants an alliance with Iran
Michael Brown shooting: Chaos erupts on the streets of Ferguson after autopsy shows teenager was shot six times – twice in the head
Bin bag full of cats' heads discovered near Manchester's Curry Mile
Disgusting, frustrating, but intriguing: how the country really feels about its politicians
- 1 Jeremy Clarkson 'sees no problem' with his racist language on Top Gear, says BBC
- 2 'Alien thigh bone' on Mars: Excitement from alien hunters at 'evidence' of extraterrestrial life
- 3 Richard Dawkins on babies with Down Syndrome: 'Abort it and try again – it would be immoral to bring it into the world'
- 4 London restaurant 34 creates champagne glass modelled on Kate Moss’ left breast
- 5 ALS ice bucket challenge co-founder Corey Griffin drowns, aged 27