Day In a Page
Thursday, 27 September 2012
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- John Collins: Decorated Motor Torpedo Boat officer who went on to become a leading banker
- Herbert Lom: Versatile character actor who will be forever remembered as Clouseau's boss in the 'The Pink Panther'
- John Bond: Colourful footballer and manager
- Andy Williams: Singer whose relaxed style made him a star in the United States and Britain
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- David Cameron was just bluffing on Letterman's show, says Boris. And what would he know?
- Israel and the Occupied Territories are much changed - yet peace seems more distant than ever
- A Political Life: Knocking on doors, you learn that impression, not detail, is what matters
- Why do we care about Megan Stammers from Eastbourne but not "Suzie" from Rochdale?
- It’s the audience question you dread above all others. ‘Do you remember... ?’
- Has Abu Hamza hurt British justice? And does it matter if Andrew Mitchell said the word 'pleb'?
- On Abu Hamza as on defending your home, the suitably named Judge Judge has called it right
- Note to publishers: even authors have to eat
- They all sell out. Lana Del Rey’s just got there at full throttle
- Errors & Omissions: In this nuclear war of words, we've surrendered to hypocrisy
- Nepal Plane Crash: Is it safe to fly internally?
- The miracle of driverless cars
- Why gardening keeps you ever so humble
- Winckler's Wacky World: Samuel says vote
- Is it time to forgive and forget Kelvin Mackenzie and the Sun over the lies they told about Hillsborough?
- Leftists must learn to embrace the free market
- It’s time to shoot down the game hunting myths
- Free speech allowed: Why Europe needs debate
- Why are they trending? Lewis Hamilton, McLaren, Libor, Luis Suarez and #ireadthedailymail
- Question Time returns: Steve Coogan, public schoolboys and plebgate
- When people are told ‘feel free to shoot’, more people get shot
- Whistleblower's tale: 'A4e routinely fabricated results to get payments'
- The test is at fault, not the kids or the teachers
- Spain shows it 'gets it'
- Cameron's Letterman Fail: Could you do better?
- Another royal palaver: expat says I'm not wearing this in row over Kate Middleton's dress
- A child can't 'choose' to be a prostitute
- Europe’s leaders are sowing the seeds of the euro’s collapse
- Get real, the Arab Spring is no endorsement of the West
- Is lesbianism so awful you’d rather your child married a gold-digger?
- Cameron can’t do a Boris – and shouldn’t try
- School security makes you feel like you're entering a prison
- John Terry found guilty over Anton Ferdinand incident: Do you agree with the punishment?
- Our nuclear weapons are neither needed nor deployed. Does Ed Miliband have the courage to scrap them?
- Joint embassies make sense, not just with Canada
- Le Pen's attacks on Islam are no longer veiled.
- The tyranny of sex: Just imagine what you could be doing without it
- New New Labour for children of the Blair years
- Why are they trending? drugslive, RIP Avalanna, Andy Williams, David Cameron, Letterman
- Is Facebook the 21st century confessional box?
- Trenton Oldfield is part of our eccentric heritage. We should cherish him, not imprison him
- Soak the rich, Vince? There aren't enough of them to tax
- Clegg's speech: what he said – and what he meant
- Sketch: Nick's big on hand signals – but short on inspiration
- Rock bottom: New Kate Middleton pics show more
- Men who shirk housework stay married longer
- Missing Megan Stammers Found in France
- Thieves steal $10,000 in wedding gifts
- Pete Townshend explains child porn searches
- Nazi statue made from intergalactic space dust
- Australia to kill sharks on sight
- Hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza: more delays to his deportation
- John Terry must apologise
- Inside Obama's war on weed
- How dirty is J K Rowling's ‘The Casual Vacancy’?
- Could we see a Labour-Lib Dem coalition?
- Facebook ads don't work
- Obama attack ad brutalises ‘47%’ Romney
- Forget trolls, it's the troll-hunters I hate
- Boy survives bite from most deadly snake
- Investigation into the death on set of Johnny Depp's The Lone Ranger
- Megan Stammers' tweets to teacher
- Review Round-up: J K Rowling's The Casual Vacancy
- Does taking ecstasy live on TV glamourise drugs?
- Kelvin Mackenzie - beyond sick
- Jon Hamm in not-so-hot shocker.
- The gall of Kelvin MacKenzie
- Anti-cuts riots grip Spain as Europeans fight back against austerity
- So, how did David Cameron do on Letterman?
- Editorial: A brave effort to square the Coalition circle
- Editorial: There must never be another Rochdale
- Editorial: About more than a free bus pass
- Editorial: All power to Mr Wheatley's elbow
- Editorial: Half an answer to sclerotic banks
- Editorial: Not such a departure from Harry Potter
- Editorial: A lesson from golf about Britain in Europe
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- World Twenty20: England felled by Rampaul double
- England fall short in Super Eight campaign with defeat against the West Indies
- World Twenty20: Stuart Broad tells batsmen to balance risk with reward
- World Twenty20: Australia crush India by nine wickets
- World Twenty20: Pakistan fightback stuns South Africa
- World Twenty20: Stuart Broad remains confident England can defend title despite 'unacceptable' display
- World Twenty20: England v West Indies highlights
- World Twenty20: Sri Lanka edge thriller against New Zealand
- Central-contract deadline looming for England batsman Kevin Pietersen
- Kiwis beaten in Women's T20 cricket
- England women seal 43-run win
- World Twenty20: Sri Lanka prevail in 'super over' drama
- Ryder Cup: The first day of action in Medinah
- James Lawton: Tiger Woods versus Rory McIlroy could be the biggest duel the Ryder Cup's ever known
- James Lawton on the Ryder Cup: Stay calm and channel the spirit of Seve Ballesteros
- Ryder Cup: This is our Olympics – I can hardly sleep, says USA captain Davis Love
- Ryder Cup: Europe's Strictly session a new twist on team bonding
- Ryder Cup: Player ratings
- Bubba Watson: A goof with Attention Deficit Disorder or USA's Ryder Cup hero?
- Ryder Cup: Primal scream from Ian Poulter drowns out the schmaltz from American TV
- Ryder Cup: Tournament still has edge despite mutual respect says USA captain Davis Love
- Ryder Cup: The USA want to target me? Bring it on, says bullish Rory McIlroy
- Ryder Cup Corner: Players unwind at Justin Timberlake dinner
- Easy Jose! Jose Maria Olazabal and the merry Ryder Cup wives
- The latest Ryder Cup news and highlights
- The latest Ryder Cup news and highlights
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- Ruby Wax in Portugal: Face up to the full treatment
- Simon Calder: Don't take the 5.06 for an early Bath
- Canary Island forest fires: All quiet in La Gomera
- Travel Agenda: Philly please, Pedal power, 56, Seasonal spectacle, All Aboard, New flight from Southend, Head north and Winter Warmer
- My Life In Travel: Kevin McCloud
- Will Dean's Ideas Factory: Type positive – can fonts stop car crashes?
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Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
Shock poll shows voters believe Ukip is to the left of the Tories
Disgruntled RBS worker writes hilarious open letter to Russell Brand after anti-capitalist publicity stunt leaves him hungry
New era of cheap oil 'will destroy green revolution'
Ukip founder Alan Sked and Nigel Farage 'begged Enoch Powell to stand as a candidate'
Ukip candidate jokes about 'shooting peasants' in racist and homophobic rant
- 1 Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
- 2 Harry Potter fans can apply to the Hogwarts-inspired College of Wizardry
- 3 Jessica Chambers: 19-year-old woman 'doused with lighter fluid and burned alive' in the US
- 4 Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage 'poundshop Enoch Powell' in BBC Question Time debate
- 5 Orange Wednesdays are no more