Day In a Page
Tuesday, 26 February 2013
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- Stéphane Hessel: Résistant and UN diplomat who became a hero of the left in his nineties
- Jonathan Rendall: Writer on boxing and gambling who lived life close to the edge
- Wojciech Inglot: Cosmetics maker who caused a craze among Muslim women
- Sir Denis Forman: Granada executive hailed as a pioneer of commercial television
- Francisco Fellove: Charismatic soul singer
- Bruce Millan: Secretary of State for Scotland and EC Commissioner
- Otfried Preussler: Bestselling author of children's books
- Professor Keith Clayton: Pioneering environmental scientist
- Raymond Cusick: Designer whose greatest creation was Dr Who's biggest foes, The Daleks
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- Alcohol consumption and health: Be honest about the damage, and we'll be honest about the drinking
- Morrissey says more homosexuals means less war, but history disagrees with him and so do I
- Everyone's a winner if the Lib Dems win Eastleigh
- Should Britain stay in or leave the EU? The ‘baffling’ prospect of an in-out vote
- Want a better school? Free up governors
- If you ask me...Pippa Middleton must realise the brutal training us real columnists have undergone
- First the Pope resigns, and now Cardinal Keith O'Brien too - The Catholic Church's leadership has been tarnished as never before in its history
- The Rohingya of Burma are on the edge of disaster. Why won't the world act?
- Dismissing the Rennard allegations as mere 'gropings' reinforces a dangerous worldview
- No delays expected: PlayStation 4 returns to 'pick up and play' style of old
- Abraham Lincoln's real lesson for Labour? Compromise is over-rated
- 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
- Walking while I work has been a big step forward
- September babies have better chance of getting into Oxbridge
- 3 musical collaborations that make Justin Timberlake and Marcus Mumford look normal
- Ever taken drugs? Whatever you do, don't tell the kids
- Poll: Titanic II to set sail in 2016, would you take a berth?
- 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)
- Editorial: The fine line between justice and a witch-hunt
- Editorial: The new pope must take on the Vatican
- Editorial: Italy shows how the tide has turned against elites
- Editorial: George Osborne's wake-up call
- Editorial: The horns of a dilemma
- Editorial: More rape questions for the Met
- Editorial: An orderly changing of the guard in Cuba
- Editorial: This inquest must probe every dark corner
- Editorial: All aboard for the Red Planet...
- If Lib Dems lose Eastleigh, their inept handling of Lord Rennard scandal will be blamed
- Yes, I can wear pants all day, but the novelty wears off – there’s work to be done
- Rhodri Marsden: Understanding music's capacity to irritate is part of growing up
- Green is great - while you're rich
- Officers' handling of rape cases has improved
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- Badger culls given go-ahead in Gloucestershire and Somerset
- Minister hails excess fish dumping ban
- Cites conference: Little-known manatee breed in spotlight
- Cites conference: Canada and US at odds over trade in polar bears
- 5,000 badgers on Government's slaughter list
- Brigitte Bardot wins fight to save elephants
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- Tom Maynard was 'habitual cocaine user', batsman's inquest hears
- Ian Bell: We must wage war on drugs
- Cricket has other players in rehab already
- Ian Bell hits ton as England signal contentment in warm-up against New Zealand XI
- 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
- India take series lead over Australia
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British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Immigrants make UK racist, says Ukip councillor Trevor Shonk
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
- 1 Exclusive: Abusers using spyware apps to monitor partners reaches 'epidemic proportions'
- 2 Margaret Thatcher 'expressed fears of Asian rising' at Anglo-Irish summit in 1984
- 3 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 4 The Unluckiest People of the Year 2014 (and one very unlucky giraffe)
- 5 Magna Carta will be 800 years old next year – the perfect reminder of the rights and freedoms we must hold dear