Day In a Page
Saturday, 27 April 2013
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- With Churchill set fair for the five pound note, what price equality? Show me the money women
- Care homes on the brink as bailiffs move in
- Newsjacking: Bold, brash and incredibly risky - how the advertising equivalent of Russian roulette (sometimes) conquers the world
- New legal aid reforms end 'justice for all', lawyers warn
- Anger at UK's investment in 'risk-free' drone war
- Protest held against RAF Waddington's Afghanistan drone strikes
- Britain is in a long depression, says Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby
- The £5bn care home crisis that is seeing record numbers of providers close their doors
- Bride-to-be Stefanie Firth involved in M62 crash 'may never walk again'
- 'Very large outbreak' of measles could hit London
- Police watchdog to investigate Taser use in burns death of man doused in flammable liquid
- Six hurt in North Yorkshire inflatable slide accident
- Woman killed in M62 hen party crash named as Bethany Jones
- Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby attacks The City's 'culture of entitlement'
- HIV and hepatitis warning over unlicensed illegal tattooists
- Special report: Britain's REAL big society
- Theresa May reads the riot act to police commissioners after expenses scandals
- Peter Mandelson tells Prime Minister: Stay strong on EU
- Michael Gove under fire for Department of Education's stonewalling of Parliament in response to MPs' questions
- Historic vote to ban neonicotinoid pesticides blamed for huge decline in bees
- Ukip in chaos after leaked emails threaten to derail party on eve of election
- Ken Clarke calls Ukip 'a collection of clowns' and claims some of the party's supporters are racist and wouldn't vote Tory
- Ulster loyalist hardliners in peace overture
- Sister of man held in UAE says 'UK is terrified of Dubai'
- Hutton Inquiry: Alistair Campbell, Andrew Gilligan and Greg Dyke look back 10 years on
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- Republicanism, scandals and austerity: Europe's royals start to feel the pinch
- Vote for us – the politicians who bankrupted Iceland!
- Iceland re-elects centre-right political parties blamed for financial meltdown
- Police shot by unemployed man who had 'lost everything' as Italy's new government is sworn in
- Three killed in French building collapse after possible gas explosion
- Obama at the White House Correspondents' Dinner: 'I'm not the strapping Muslim Socialist I used to be'
- Quentin Tarantino's stolen Pulp Fiction car recovered by police
- Boston bombing: Suspects' mother Zubeidat Tsarnaeva was added to terror database 18 months before bombing, officials say
- Possible piece of plane landing gear from 9/11 World Trade Centre attacks found jammed next to mosque site on Park Place in New York
- Everett Dutschke arrested in case of ricin letters sent to President Barack Obama after Elvis impersonator released
- Boston bombing: Russian authorities shared 2011 wire-taps with US 'in the last few days'
- Barack Obama says Syria chemical weapon use would change US 'calculus' over intervention
- Designer golf bags, crystal table lamps, his-and-hers Christian Dior bathrobes: Ex-French president Sarkozy top gift giver to Obama family
- Has Assad crossed ‘red line’? Graphic video footage emerges claiming to show victims of nerve gas attack in Syria, but doubts cast on evidence of use of chemical weapons
- Iraqi army losing hold on north to Sunni and Kurdish forces as troops desert
- Syria and sarin gas: US claims have a very familiar ring
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- National Grid risks strike to cut pension deficit
- Costa Coffeehigh on Brits' caffeine habit
- Boards braced for more trouble from investors
- Bankers win appeal over £44m in unpaid bonuses
- Savile 'to cost BBC insurers millions'
- 3i set for technology exit
- Search on for the new Justin King at Sainsbury's
- Euro rate cut on the cards
- Insurance high-flier Jackie Hunt joins Pru
- UK growth at WPP eases ad market fears
- Spain says no recovery until 2014 in face of falling GDP
- James Ashton: Time for the banks to end their bleating and take another path to reform
- Jim Armitage: Profiting by helping brutal regimes to snoop
- Jim Armitage: No end to the pain in sight for US after cuts scare away the shoppers
- James Ashton: Setting a ceiling on relationships
- James Ashton: AGMs season can still put trouble on agenda
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- Myleene Klass: 'There's a horrible culture that criticises women all the time. It has to stop'
- Marcus Brigstocke: 'I'm the most interesting subject I have at the moment'
- Baroness Sue Campbell: 'We have wasted the Olympic legacy'
- How We Met: Ken Hom & Ching-He Huang
- 'I love facts': Pointless co-host Richard Osman is quizzed on his unlikely rise to geeky, gawky fame
- Sheikh Mohammed: Thoroughbred under pressure after Godolphin scandal
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- Sooner or later, we'll have to go into Syria
- Whatever happened to the old-fashioned con man?
- The secret, despairing Blairite majority
- It doesn’t take a lawyer to realise this attack on legal aid will have a deleterious effect on justice
- Don't be fooled: Iain Duncan Smith’s attack on pensioners is really an attack on all of us
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Why must the Johnson family cloak themselves in obscurity?
- Behind the use of drones is a complacent belief that murdering Muslims is always justifiable
- Robert Fisk: This was supposed to be a 'game changer' week in Syria, so why is it all the same?
- Getting up at 5am may be the key to success but, alas, I'll never be a morning person
- Voices in Danger: Why did Prageeth Eknelygoda disappear?
- Voices in Danger: 'Prageeth is my courage. He always worked for peace and unity'
- The GDP growth is good news on the economy, but let's not get carried away
- What's the difference between Luis Suarez, ex-BBC Mark Thompson and a rabid Alsatian?
- Is China ready to go vegetarian?
- If Maria Miller wants art that sells, she should focus on getting art that's good
- This is why Jordan can't be trusted on torture
- The best place to change the EU is the EU
- Garment workers matter more than burgers
- Is the US ready for a third president called Bush?
- Real live heroes in the golf wars
- The Tories have had an arts bypass
- Marathon, pah! Try 16 pubs in five miles
- Who will close the tax loopholes?
- Cycling, like politics, is not for wimps
- Does it matter which budget funds care?
- Sorry, Mike Bradwell, but you can't just blame the Oxbridge lot for theatre's diversity problem
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- Round-Up: Warwickshire draw strength from escape at Somerset
- Stuart Broad claims eight as he hits the ground running
- How healthy is county cricket?
- County Championship round-up: Joe Root makes the difference for Yorkshire
- Derbyshire 256 & 143-5 Nottinghamshire 443: Discarded James Taylor's century posts reminder to England
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- Simon Grix's double score helps Warrington Wolves rip battling Bradford Bulls into pieces
- London Broncos 21 St Helens 14 match report: Struggling Broncos finally home in on vital win
- Salford City Reds 34 Castleford Tigers 30 match report: Brian Noble shaken before Chase gifts Reds victory
- Round-Up: Kallum Watkins brace keeps Leeds in touch
- Boxing: Amir Khan rides out the storm on a night of blood, thunder and brutal honesty
- Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan eyes Crucible's big prize after keeping Ali Carter at arm's length
- Boxing: Amir Khan pushed to the limit in win over Julio Diaz
- Judo: Slapped, kicked and beaten with bamboo - the training horrors that Japan's women underwent in the run-up to London 2012
- Matt Butler: East German revelations more than a tasty soundbite
- American Football: Lawrence Okoye ready for challenge with San Francisco 49ers
- American Football: Menelik Watson is highest Brit in NFL draft
- Snooker: Mark Selby falls apart to miss out on the triple crown
- Boxing: Floyd Mayweather returns with his mind on the money
- Boxing: End is nigh for Audley Harrison after Deontay Wilder lashes out
- Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan's defence fuelled by big-name departures
- Boxing: Amir Khan has most to lose as British trio take to the canvas
- Return of the Hayemaker: British heavyweight David Haye sets up boxing showdown against Manuel Charr in Manchester
- The sporting week ahead (28/04/13)
- Inside Lines: Anthony Joshua could face Wladimir Klitschko – at the Rio Olympic Games
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- The Last Word: Week the FA jumped the Luis Suarez shark
- Glazers winning the battle for Manchester United's finances, if not hearts
- Car park keepie uppie king Andrew Cassidy’s date with Maradona at Dubai's World Freestyle Championships kicked into touch
- Henning Berg case: Blackburn admit being 'out of control and incompetent'
- Should England bring John Terry back?
- James Lawton: Dortmund manager Jürgen Klopp's calm over Mario Götze's loss is more cause to laud Germans
- The Last Word: Voters' lack of imagination makes players' award a farce
- Luis Suarez bite: Attitude blamed for his 10-match ban
- Neil Warnock: The game needs a citing tsar to hand out retrospective bans after the Luis Suarez bite... I'd be perfect
- Outside the Box: It's not MyFootballClub any more as support ebbs away
- Smudger Smith: You are what you eat (unless you're Luis Suarez)
- Glazers at Manchester United: It's been a financial joy ride and we are lucky to be unscathed
- James Lawton: Luis Suarez's record leaves Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers in the dock
- Newcastle United 0 Liverpool 6 match report: Daniel Sturridge fills gap to pile agony on Alan Pardew
- Everton 1 Fulham 0 match report: Everton stay in running for Euro place after neat work by Steven Pienaar
- Manchester City 2 West Ham United 1 match report: Samir Nasri sparkles for City despite Joe Hart's slip-up
- Wigan Athletic 2 Tottenham Hotspur 2 match report: Both teams lose out in game they had to win
- Nine years without a trophy means you better mind the gap, Arsène Wenger
- The only way is down for Queens Park Rangers
- Premier League relegation battle: Wigan Athletic, Aston Villa, Newcastle, Stoke City and Sunderland fight to avoid the last drop spot
- Southampton 0 West Bromwich Albion 3 match report: Three off as Fortuné completes the set of goal, assist and red card
- Stoke City 1 Norwich City 0 match report: Potters safe, Tony Pulis silent, Canaries still in a flutter
- Today's Premier League fixtures and results
- Andre Villas-Boas assured PFA favourite Gareth Bale will stay if Tottenham make top four
- As winds of change whip up another storm, where will they blow Newcastle next?
- Robin van Persie was broody over title before saddest of Arsenal exits, says Arsène Wenger
- Monday night dogfight against Sunderland is vital for Paul Lambert
- Premier clubs could learn something from Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Crewe Alexandra
- One victory for Stoke City and Tony Pulis can smile
- Sunderland 'buy into' Paulo Di Canio vision
- Brentford 0 Doncaster Rovers 1 match report: Sting in Rovers' tail stuns Bees
- AFC Wimbledon 2 Fleetwood Town 1 match report: Jack Midson keeps his cool to save Dons
- Barnsley 2 Hull City 0 match report: Steve Bruce at a loss as Tykes tame Tigers
- Peterborough United 1 Sheffield Wednesday 0 match report: Strong finish leaves Posh with chance of survival
- Dagenham & Redbridge 0 York City 1 match report: No plans for Nigel Worthington after rescuing York from drop
- Dean Saunders struggles to stop Wolves 'runaway train' from crashing again
- Leicester City 1 Watford 2 match report: Nathaniel Chalobah thunderbolt keeps Gianfranco Zola’s automatic promotion dream alive
- Brian Laws: Scunthorpe's relegation has a horrible taste
- League round-up: Danny Ings sends Wolves to the brink
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- Agenda: Liberty and Levi's; Cloud Boat; Daft Punk; Land of Kids; Shake Shack
- Here comes the sun: The best self-tanning products
- Seeing is believing: The best eye creams and serums
- Gemma tries it on: 'I'm in the market for a new pair of summer shades'
- Walk of Fame: The genius of sole man Roger Vivier
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- Fit for an emperor: Old Delhi's most enduring restaurant Karim's celebrates its centenary
- Our restaurant reviewer explains why he's become a (part-time) vegetarian
- Spring into action: 20 reasons foodies should celebrate the arrival of the new season
- Little chefs: How can we get our children more interested in food and cooking?
- Pick your own: Meet Kent's number-one forager
- Gizzi Erskine: 'My background is in butchery; I don't get the same thrill from baking'
- Being modern: No-choice restaurants
- Wines of the week: Les Bénédictins Chardonnay 2009; Terres de l'Engarran Initiales Blanc 2011; Grand Heron Marc Ducournau PGI Côtes de Gascogne 2012
- Raw power: Mark Hix switches off the cooker
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- Simon Price on Matthew E White: A happy-clappy guilty pleasure for the yacht-rock crew
- Album: Various artists, Liberation Music (BGP)
- Album: Neon Neon, Praxis Makes Perfect (Republic of Music)
- Album: Ketil Bjornstad, La Notte (ECM)
- Album: Liane Carroll, Ballads (Quiet Money)
- Album: Iggy and the Stooges, Ready to Die (Fat Possum)
- Album: Charlie Parr, Barnswallow (Tin Angel)
- Album: Moussu T E Lei Jovents, Artemis (Harmonia Mundi)
- Album: Deep Purple, Now What?! (Earmusic)
- Album: Rudimental, Home (Asylum)
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- From handbags to Westminster: Margaret Thatcher: The Authorized Biography: Volume I, by Charles Moore - Review
- Paperback review: Heft, By Liz Moore
- Review: Cities Are Good For You, By Leo Hollis
- Review: Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, By david Sedaris
- Photography book review: New York Arbor, By Mitch Epstein
- Paperback review: Forgotten Fatherland - The Search for Elisabeth Nietzsche, By Ben Macintyre
- Review: The Children of Henry VIII, By John Guy
- Review: Soufflé, By Asli Perker
- Review: The Rosie Project, By Graeme Simsion
- Paperback review: Tweeting the Universe - Tiny Explanations of Very Big Ideas, By Marcus Chown and Govert Schilling
- Making the Grade, by Stan Osborne
- Paperback review: A Death at the Palace, By MH Baylis
- Paperback review: The Hairdresser of Harare, By tendai Huchu
- Between the Covers 28/04/2013
- Brian Kimberling: the twitcher of Evansville
- Feminist magazine Spare Rib returns – but will it have meat?
- Invisible Ink: No 170 - Hilaire Belloc
- The Blagger's Guide To: Grammar
- Five-minute memoir: Justin Huggler recalls trouble at the market in Baghdad
- My Secret Life: John Cooper Clarke, 64, poet
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- Stop the terror warnings, urges Richard Branson
- Sir Richard Branson: More travel, not less, is the best way to defeat terrorism
- Tips and deals of the week: Paris at Dawn photography workshop, InterContinental Westminster running maps and Philip Kingsley travel hairbrush
- Backstage Travel: No. 3 - The travel agent
- Great getaways: Tuscan sun, Mediterranean cruise, Mauritian escape and Barbados break
- Paper aeroplanes: A new breed of travel magazine will take you to places you'd never otherwise go
- Simon Calder: Edinburgh – where the geology and geometry are magic
- Travel Agenda
- Travel challenge
- Room Service: Dazzling design, confused comfort
- My life in travel: Andrew Maxwell
- Open Jaw
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In defence of liberal democracy
General Election 2015: Post-election 'shambles' looms as 70 per cent of voters say SNP 'should not be able to veto UK government policies'
The Rothschild Libel: Why has it taken 200 years for an anti-Semitic slur that emerged from the Battle of Waterloo to be dismissed?
General Election 2015: UK will be 'run for the wealthy and powerful' if Tories retain power, Labour warns
General election live: SNP suspends two members for disrupting Labour rally
Schools forced to act as 'miniature welfare states' with teachers buying underwear and even haircuts for poor pupils
- 4 Frankie Boyle on Scottish independence: 'In the Interests of Unity, F**k Off'
- 5 Florida couple forced to register as sex offenders for having sex on public beach