Day In a Page
Monday, 28 January 2013
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- Frank Keating: Doyen of sportswriters whose work was suffused with wit and and joy
- Arthur Rowlands: Policeman who was awarded the George Medal
- Cardinal Jozef Glemp: Priest who helped lead Poland from communism to democracy
- Major Harris: Singer best known for 'Love Won't Wait'
- Dr Acer Nethercott: Olympic rowing cox and noted academic
- Professor Peter Walsh: Authority in medieval Latin
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- If we want to improve childcare in Britain, we should learn from the example of Europe
- Ryan Gosling worship is leading to the rise of the 'blandsome'. Let's give men a (Diet Coke) break
- Who needs a spare room, anyway?
- Rupert Murdoch links sympathy for Palestinians to anti-Semitism. The truth is more complex
- Martin Clunes may be 'surprised' he's been ditched by Churchill Car Insurance. Nobody else is
- Share prices are rising, but growth is not. Is there a problem - and, if so, what should we do about it?
- Dear Mr Boles, there’s a lot worse than living among disused offices
- Childcare reforms must be seen, not just heard
- Get on this diet quickly – so you can get off it again!
- Our risk averse mental health system is wasting money and harming recovery
- Rupert Murdoch's Twitter slap-down has big implications - and not just for News Corp editors
- Bill Gates, impact evaluation, and why anxiety is a catalyst for more effective social change
- Why Vine, Twitter's new video-sharing service, is the best six seconds of your life
- Everything is about to change forever: My experience of gender dysphoria
- If you ask me...So if dogs were human, and we were their dogs
- Give councils direct power to raise tax
- If we want to limit immigration, why punish Chinese tourists?
- HS2 shows that investment is not such a dirty word after all. But how did the Coalition get here?
- It’s time we relaunched the grandparent in fiction – and in real life
- Gove’s changes threaten Britain’s greatest asset: our creativity
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemma: Will I ever feel properly ‘grown up’?
- The RSPCA: Can it destroy and protect animals at the same time?
- Adam Afriyie can only be regarded as Britain's answer to Barack Obama if you ignore his politics
- HS2 the high-speed rail from London to Manchester will be nice, but it won't do much for the North
- Childminders and nurseries can now look after more children - this means the quality of care will diminish
- Don't celebrate Adam Afriyie just because the Windsor MP has a ‘clean’ expenses record
- #silentnomore : Our message to trolls - no, we won't shut up
- HS2: a new railway to drag Britain from the 19th century to the 21st. But are the specifics right?
- Bonuses are needed – taxpayers must accept it
- Google, Yahoo and Marissa Mayer
- The Republican Party: Split to survive
- Rupert Murdoch says Gerald Scarfe got it wrong - but Charles Moore beat him to it
- Was Rupert Murdoch right to apologise for Gerald Scarfe's cartoon in the Sunday Times?
- WATCH: Hilarious clips of celebrities reading 50 Shades of Grey
- Tall groom, small bride: why is height still important to relationships?
- Editor of Business Insider flies economy class and thinks it's funny
- Poll: With Zero Dark Thirty, is Hollywood guilty of promoting torture?
- A guide for potential immigrants to the worst parts of UK culture
- Hillary Clinton is a liar! (says Jonah Goldberg)
- Chuck Hagel was chosen by Obama because they agree war is always a last resort
- Is Dubai's underwater hotel the wackiest of its kind?
- A Pope, a dove of peace and a seagull get together...
- Rolling Stone's ‘50 Funniest People Now’ vs ‘People's Sexiest’: Can you be funny and hot?
- Is Philippe Dubost's online Amazon resume the best CV ever?
- Editorial: High-speed rail is not the best way to spend £32bn
- Editorial: Violence that bodes ill for Egypt's future
- Editorial: Hillary Clinton leaves a hard job well done
- Editorial: Mali's lesson is that we still need the US
- Editorial: Local A&Es are a national issue, too
- Editorial: No alternative to RBS bonuses
- Editorial: Well, they would, wouldn't they?
- Editorial: The triumph Down Under that was overlooked
- Editorial: Who owns the contents of the clouds?
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- Fit and 40 in Florida: Could this prove the making of Lee Westwood?
- After a lot of knocking, the door to Tour victory opens at last for Chris Wood
- Tiger Woods sends message to Rory McIlroy about who will rule the waves
- Tiger Woods closes on Rory McIlroy in the world rankings following 75th PGA Tour title
- Blistering pain but no regrets for Andy Murray following defeat to Novak Djokovic
- Victoria Azarenka makes a powerful point to hostile crowd
- Andy Murray back in training eager to avoid spring slump
- James Lawton: Andy Murray has only one real problem – the utter brilliance of deadly Novak Djokovic
- Floating feather and a backhand miss will haunt Andy Murray
- Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic: How the match unfolded in Melbourne
- Quadfather Peter Norfolk retires from wheelchair tennis
- Matt Butler: On Mats point, it's thumbs up for Wilander and Co
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Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Arizona execution lasts two hours as killer Joseph Wood left 'snorting and gasping' for air
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Massive rise in sale of British arms to Russia
- 1 I was a Woman Against Feminism too
- 2 Fifty Shades of Grey movie trailer released: First look at Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
- 3 Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic?
- 4 Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda
- 5 Israel has discovered that it's no longer so easy to get away with murder in the age of social media