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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
- A splash of the special treatment
- Simon Calder: The man who pays his way in the USA
- 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
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Travel Agenda: Royal revival, Cuba caution, Thai up, Festival of lights, Dine out, Palin pictured, Ski Bavaria, 18
- My life in travel: Joe Calzaghe
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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…
- 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
- Simon Read: Osborne's statement may offer little sense for the savers
- The Bargain Hunter: Look smart online with the Outnet app
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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'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
- 1 Thailand beach murders: Thai PM suggests 'attractive' female tourists cannot expect to be safe wearing bikinis
- 2 Scottish independence: Learn from Quebec's mistakes and beware of promises. Vote Yes.
- 3 A bottle of wine a day is not bad for you and abstaining is worse than drinking, scientist claims
- 4 Revealed after 75 years of secrecy: 'Fifi' the glamorous WW2 special agent who tested British spies' resolve
- 5 Have you heard about the film Singapore has banned its people from watching? Well, you have now