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
- So, what is your line on bottom-pinching, Mr Clegg?
- Who would have thought the PM was a folkie?
- 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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The secret report that helps Israelis to hide facts
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Were 'Poor Doors' added to mixed developments so wealthy residents don't have to go in alongside social housing tenants?
Arizona execution lasts two hours as killer Joseph Wood left 'snorting and gasping' for air
Opponents of Israel's military operation in Gaza are the real enemies of Middle Eastern peace
A new Russian revolution: The cracks are starting to appear in Putin’s Kremlin power bloc
- 1 Secret Cinema: Why were Back to the Future screenings cancelled?
- 2 Christians: The world's most persecuted people
- 3 The secret report that helps Israelis to hide facts
- 4 Ross Burden dead: MasterChef and Ready Steady Cook star, dies aged 45
- 5 Standing my ground: If sitting is bad for your health, what happens when you stay on your feet for a whole month?