Day In a Page
Saturday, 28 June 2014
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- Omar Bakri Muhammad: Islamist leader seeks return to UK, after being banned in wake of 7/7 praise
- Hillsborough disaster charity riders have bikes stolen
- RSPCA donations drop by £7m as campaigns fail to find support
- Graham Norton fails to turn up for Radio 2 show — leaving producers scrambling for cover
- 19 year old man stabbed to death in north-west London
- Councils could be forced back to weekly black bin collections
- Prince George looks like a young Winston Churchill, according to Prince Harry
- Glastonbury 2014: Woman 'suffers spinal injury' at festival, airlifted to hospital
- Ozzy Osbourne on the prospect of getting a knighthood: 'I can't imagine anything better'
- Paintings of Nigella Lawson being throttled for sale on Saatchi’s website
- Sir Elton John says Jesus would support gay marriage: 'He was all about love'
- Prince Harry repairs family's TV in Chile so they could watch the World Cup game against Brazil
- Luis Suarez banned: Sir Patrick Stewart says Uruguay and its President 'in absolute denial about what an abhorrent guy he really is'
- Jimmy Savile admitted getting knighthood was 'a relief because it got me off the hook'
- Was JK Rowling Twitter abuse work of British spies?
- Bobby Womack: The sad death of a soul survivor
- Should Maria Sharapova serve sugar? The Sugarpova Candy Lounge near the Wimbledon courts has provoked outrage among nutritionists
- Bobby Womack dies aged 70: Soul legend who influenced Rolling Stones and Damon Albarn
- America Ferrera interview: How Ugly Betty became more than just a pretty face
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- David Cameron's defeat by Jean-Claude Juncker has set Britain up for an EU referendum win
- Festival of finance: Glastonbury, your name is mud
- Jimmy Savile's crimes are rooted in pirate radio
- Events this week could be a foretaste of future failures for David Cameron
- Let’s not forget that Rebekah Brooks was a victim too. Goodness me, yes…
- The only way is ethics: Context is everything if readers are to make an informed judgement
- Explanations for why British Muslims go off to fight ‘holy wars’ are too simplistic
- Go off with your children for term-time holidays? That’s not right - for them or their schools
- The Bank of England thinks the long-term jobless are out of the labour market. They are wrong
- Where are all the female engineers?
- If King Canute had a roads policy... North Carolina's Highway 12 is at the centre of a ferocious and politically charged dispute
- Iraq crisis: John Kerry's search for moderates is five years late
- On the attack: American takes a bite out of 'soccer' with an ugly take on the beautiful game
- Sorry, but we shouldn't apologise to a bully
- Values for our money: Riled by the Royals on tour
- Egypt's brutality exemplifies the contortions of confused Western foreign policy
- Wrong again Jeremy: Paxman proves that there's no fool like an old fool
- Forget the politics of leaving Europe. What is the economic case?
- Let's love all those tennis racquets languishing in the attic
- Just call me the Phil Neville of the printed word
- Letter from the Assistant Editor: Why have we heard so little about Ebola?
- DJ Taylor: Over-demanding parent Cecilia Jaggers is wholly unaware of the havoc she causes
- Charlotte Philby's Parental Leave: When I'm bigger I'm going to be a boy,' says my three-year-old daughter
- Alison Taylor on relationships: 'Probably the most deviant thing I've done at a festival is go off-site with the guy I met'
- Middle-Class Problems: There are always a few narcissistic renegades at a school reunion
- Tim Key: 'There's a magic about my waitress. Or is she just on to me?'
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- Tour de France 2014: Chris Froome can win the race again, says Miguel Indurain
- Tour de France 2014: How a determined sheep farmer stole the Grand Départ from Scotland - and left the government fuming
- Tour de France 2014: ‘You can lose this race at the start on those hard Yorkshire climbs,’ says Britain's first Tour winner
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- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica’s Lars Ulrich, Noel Gallagher and Bradley Cooper form unholy trinity backstage
- Glastonbury 2015 line-up: Iron Maiden bookies' favourites to headline as odds slashed for AC/DC
- Glastonbury 2014: Dolly Parton defended by Stephen Fry as fans accuse singer of miming
- Glastonbury 2014: Ed Balls urges electorate to watch 'brilliant' Dolly Parton set immediately
- Glastonbury 2014: Dolly Parton brings out Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora for surprise duet
- Glastonbury 2015: AC/DC strongly rumoured (by us) to headline next year’s festival
- Glastonbury 2014: Closet Metallica fan Bradley Cooper spotted in front row of band's headlining set
- Glastonbury 2014: The truth behind viral naked hippie picture
- The Bonus Track: Millers Daughter, Luluc, Mat Motte, Jake Isaac, Manic Street Preachers
- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica lauded by audience as Twitter becomes ablaze with positive reactions
- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica laughs at criticism by selling t-shirt emblazoned with comments
- Glastonbury 2014: Second night review - 'Lacklustre' Lana Del Rey fails to put a smile on rain-soaked crowd
- Glastonbury 2014: Lana del Rey makes Worthy Farm debut amid controversy over 'wish I were dead' comments
- Glastonbury 2014: Didn't get a ticket? Here are some pictures to make you feel better
- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica's Lars Ulrich says 'staying sober is biggest downside to headlining'
- Glastonbury 2014 weather: After thunderstorm stopped the music, revellers warned of more lightning and torrential rain expected on Saturday
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- From coastal Brazil to Lake Garda: Great getaways
- Tour de France: Travel by numbers
- Alain de Botton: Identify the inner journey before you pack a suitcase
- Michael Palin: 'I just go where the wind blows me'
- Simon Calder: Norwegian's cheap, but Korean's pitch perfect
- Travel challenge: Greek sailing
- Travel agenda: From hostel apps and Italian retreats to an Amsterdam hotel in a former newspaper building
- My life in travel: Andrew Strauss
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Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
- 1 Daniele Watts: Django Unchained star's white boyfriend Brian Lucas confirms LAPD internally investigating 'racist' detainment
- 2 Isis release 'Flames of War' video warning Obama of attacks troops could face in Iraq
- 3 Pakistani passenger power forces two politicians off plane
- 4 Say yes to 'no-poo': It's been three years since I stopped washing my hair
- 5 John Travolta addresses former pilot's gay romance allegations publicly for the first time: 'That was the lowest I'd ever felt'