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Thursday, 29 November 2012
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- Leveson is reporting on an issue of trust, not truss. Journalists should face true scrutiny too
- World Aids Day: I met Enoch. Three years ago he couldn't stand up. Now his life is transformed. The cost? 23p a day
- How can a country as wealthy as Britain need so many food banks? And what can we do about it?
- Somebody should have told Leveson that a better press is a gutter press - and always has been
- Leveson: I feel for the victims of press intrusion, but some principles must remain sacred
- Why are we so obsessed with therapy?
- Errors & Omissions (Russian edition): Whisky galore - but this sentence is on the rocks
- This week's big questions: Does Ukip have a point on migration, and is Egypt heading the way of Iran?
- Why we should pay more attention to Lebanon's 'Little Palestine'
- Justin Welby and the secret Jewish conspiracy to take over the Church of England
- In a time of shrinking budgets and austerity, David Blunkett advocates... microfinance. But why?
- We’re too lazy and busy for Christmas cards – and we have Facebook
- If Daniel Day-Lewis can do Spielberg's Lincoln, why can't we have 'Lord Salisbury: the Musical'?
- Why should I answer to David Cameron? Leveson said much that was sensible - and much that wasn't
- This week's wackiest web stories: Batmobile for sale plus was Churchill the first hipster?
- Casinos on a plane? Fine, as long as it's responsible
- I'm glad Danny Nightingale's out of prison - but even for a member of the elite SAS, keeping a pistol is asking for trouble
- World AIDS Day: A race against time as HIV treatment is cut
- Long before their drubbing in Rotherham, it was the Iraq War that destroyed the Liberal Democrats
- Ukip might not be a racist party, but they do appear to want to turn Britain into North Korea. Do you?
- The pro-anorexia sites that offer deadly 'thinspiration'
- Poll: Is the Government right to stop aid to Rwanda over concerns the regime is supporting rebels in Congo?
- The Tories' obsession with tax breaks for married couples is a total distraction from the real issues
- Meet the quietest big noise in the culinary world
- So Louis Walsh says Adele should get back to work sooner after having a baby, has he forgotten about the sleepless nights with Jedward?
- Questionable Time: Charlotte Church vs. The Old Lady and the intentionally difficult Simon Jenkins
- Leveson: As someone who was hacked by the News of the World, I believe this scandal is about abuse of power
- Well-judged and well-received: if Leveson is Santa, this is shaping up to be a wonderful Christmas
- David Cameron's gamble in siding with the press over Leveson's recommendations could backfire
- It's not all bad news: listening to Leveson yesterday, I realised this is an opportunity for the press
- The press was on trial and the judge was jury and defence rolled into one. So what did we expect?
- Leveson was right to worry that MPs are part of the problem. We are bound at the hip to the press
- The greenbelt has untold social and, yes, economic benefits. We shouldn't need reminding
- In letting Clegg public disagree with Cameron, Speaker Bercow proved his reforming credentials
- Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s actions are driven by inexperience not lust for power
- Of course America's version of The Inbetweeners failed. They don't do teenage filth like our boys do
- Choose Manchester to improve UK's airport capacity
- The Vex Factor: Why Simon Cowell's fleeting cameo proves the once great X Factor has lost its way
- Ed Davey's vision of a low-carbon future will increase energy bills. Didn't he just say he wanted to keep prices low?
- Why does today's pop music sound the same? Because the same people make it
- A historic triumph: Palestine is recognised as a state by the UN and democracies in Europe - though not by America. Will David Cameron stand with them?
- We've got bigger problems than the price of booze
- Leveson: the press will be horrified by this radical change in the way that newspapers operate
- Dear Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, feminism is as relevant as ever in France, what a shame you haven't noticed
- Leveson poll: Should the press regulate itself?
- The problem is that booze is cheaper than water
- #Leveson, New Zealand, #freezing: Why are they trending?
- Jackpot! $580 million Powerball win is a pleasure for all of us - not just the lucky two
- British children should learn about Christianity - it's our history
- Shooting victim: Breast implants saved my life
- Must watch: Is the hilarious Fox News analysis of Gangnam Style racist?
- Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple: battle of the internet giants
- Britney Spears' brand new video, featuring weird British accent and Will.i.am
- Feminists hate Chris Brown because he's black, says Brendan O'Neill
- China is better than America at everything, including political sex scandals
- Dr Dre tops Forbes magazine's list of highest-earning musicians
- Thomson worker tells customer who complained about her holiday to 'shut the f*** up'
- Gangnam Style rapper PSY asks Tom Cruise to dance
- Carly Rae Jepsen, Nicki Minaj and Gotye - but no Bieber: The most popular songs on Spotify in 2012
- Must Watch: What happens when you use a brass knuckle to kill a spider?
- Do you use Twitter to flirt?
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- Ricky Ponting's fine timing returns as he is first of three greats to see game is up
- Ricky Ponting to retire at end of third Test against South Africa
- Australia fans and Ricky Ponting's wife in standing ovation for retiring batsman, only to realise they were applauding the wrong person
- Matthew Hoggard: Ricky Ponting - a batsman who struck the fear of God into bowlers
- England bowler Steve Finn on course to be selected for third Test against India
- Kevin Pietersen among first to pay tribute to retiring Ricky Ponting
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- Have beret, will travel: the day I learned to be French
- The rules of attraction
- Seen through Ernest's eyes
- The Big Six: Wine country hotels
- Enjoy the outer limits
- Be reborn in the USA
- Traveller's guide: Gourmet USA
- Pitching well above par
- A snow escape to remember
- Embrace the island lifestyle
- Simon Calder: The man who pays his way in the USA
- A splash of the special treatment
- Wheels up, chips down: French design consortium develops plans for in-flight casino
- Christmas gifts for globetrotters
- OFT challenges Ryanair over new booking charges
- Simon Calder: Foreign lesions, and how to avoid them
- A dream stay in the Inca heartland
- Travel Agenda: Royal revival, Cuba caution, Thai up, Festival of lights, Dine out, Palin pictured, Ski Bavaria, 18
- My life in travel: Joe Calzaghe
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
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- 24,000 die in winter as fuel poverty climbs
- Offbeat investments: cars, wine and football may pay off
- In The Red: It was all a long time ago, in a Glasgow far, far away…
- Simon Read: Osborne's statement may offer little sense for the savers
- The Bargain Hunter: Look smart online with the Outnet app
- No Pain No Gain: Buy and hold should court Lady Luck
- The Analyst: Throgmorton Trust boasts portfolio with a difference
- Questions of Cash: Uphill struggle after skis were stolen from locker
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Stephen Fry explains what he would say if he was 'confronted by God'
The open loathing between Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu just got worse
9 reasons Greece's experiment with the radical left is doomed to failure
President Putin is a dangerous psychopath - reason is not going to work with him
Have we reached 'peak food'? Shortages loom as global production rates slow
Britain's widening poverty gap should be causing outrage at the start of the election campaign
- 1 Three-year-old boy shoots pregnant mother and father in New Mexico
- 2 Stephen Fry explains what he would say if he was 'confronted by God'
- 3 Jewish community urged to boycott Cornwall village after residents vote for 'Hitlers Walk' sign to be reinstated
- 4 Benedict Cumberbatch's Alan Turing gay-rights campaign snubbed by Prince William and Kate Middleton
- 5 Kim Sears responds to swearing controversy with 'parental advisory' T-shirt at Andy Murray's Australian Open final