Day In a Page
Wednesday, 3 October 2012
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- Mike Baker: Highly respected education correspondent
- Len Quested: Footballer both feared and fearless
- Big Jim Sullivan: Legendary session guitarist who played on more than 900 hit records
- Michael Stanley: Curator and gallery director who was seen as a rising star in the art world
- Frank Wilson: Motown writer and producer behind the world's rarest record
- Eric Hobsbawm
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- "Exposure: The Other Side of Jimmy Savile": now the spotlight is on those who turned a blind eye
- What a week for JK, Jimmy, and being a German
- Oliver Letwin's crash course in cycle safety
- Learn from the errors of the Westland Affair and let the Europeans come to our defence
- We need our fools – even you, Jeremy
- This looks like the start of regional conflict in the Middle East - but neither Turkey nor Syria want war
- Scotland might be hostage to Alex Salmond's vanity, but it's best hope is to remain part of Britain
- Free expression is the bedrock of a free society. The moral case for a truly free press is overdue a hearing
- Nervy, halting, distant, and bureaucratic. This wasn't Obama's night
- Psychotherapist who tried to ‘cure’ me of homosexuality has at last been struck off
- Enough is enough. Disabled people are driven to suicide because of the Government's welfare reform
- The best way to follow Romney and Obama in the presidential debate last night was on Twitter
- Yes, Putin is a close ally of Georgia's new leader, but succession is no return to cold war power games
- What an overheard conversation on a train taught me about our attitudes to life expectancy
- We don't want to be used as your ‘token woman’
- Why are they trending? #RedDwarfX, #Romney, #debate2012, #nationalpoetryday, Syria
- Today's wacky stories from the web: Internet addiction, not-all-you-can-eat and the manatee rider
- From one cerebral palsy child to another, my heart goes out to missing five year-old April Jones
- Romney trounced Obama in last night's television debate, stalling his recent momentum. It's game on
- Delayed Diagnosis: Teenagers are good at listening to their own bodies – we should be listening too
- Sketch: Meet Miliband Mark II – beware, ladies, he's a bit of a flirt
- How did an ethical issue become a political one?
- World Animal Day: Battery hens, cramped cattle, and circus animals - there's still a long way to go
- Anyone with a GCSE in maths could have averted this disaster
- Notebook: Justine Miliband's style revolution was a triumph for Labour - but not for women
- The BBC's lack of action over Jimmy Savile abuse accusations amounts to a cover-up
- The West Coast mainline, wasted taxes, and a secretive shambles at the heart of the Civil Service
- There was much to enjoy in 50s Britain that won't be seen again - sadly, wildflowers have joined that list
- The best you could say about Ed's speech? He didn't completely fluff it
- Why a modern feminist like Maria Miller should look at the facts before airing her views on abortion
- I didn't write my Wikipedia entry myself - really
- Jeremy Clarkson think it's fine to make disabled jokes, but at least let us joke back
- Facebook 'privacy notice' hoax: We know too little about online privacy
- British digital freedoms are under threat. The public should fight back
- Brazilian woman auctions her virginity on site 'Virgins Wanted' - take part in our prostitution survey
- Why exactly did Ikea remove pictures of women in its Saudi Arabia catalogue?
- If the plans to dismantle our NHS are serious, doctors will fight against politicians
- Paraphernalia makes death an expensive business
- How much more bloodshed and brutality must Syria endure before the world fulfils its moral duty?
- As Obama and Romney prepare for tonight's debate, don't forget about the man in the middle
- Winckler's Wacky World: A gang of Gandhis
- Why are they trending? #Lab12, Christmas, Facebook
- Drinking vodka and taking drugs in school. Whose fault is it?
- There's no tiger without 'taiga': how Russians are fighting the decline of these beautiful cats
- Delayed Diagnosis: Why GPs need to start taking young patients seriously
- Jimmy Savile: Young girls were just another victim of the rock'n'roll years
- Sketch: How did memory man do it without a loo break?
- Singer Duffy's £12m Kensington penthouse destroyed in fire
- Facebook: one billion users, one floating chair
- Tulisa feels she's the "most hated woman in Britain"
- David Blaine's new electricity stunt
- Obama vs Romney: Celebrities react to first presidential debate
- Exposure: The Jimmy Savile documentary review
- New contact lenses could cure short-sightedness
- US reaction: Obama vs Romney presidential debate
- A. A. Gill sticks the knife into Michelin
- Harvey Nichols ‘wet with excitement’ ad cleared
- Jimmy Savile child abuse allegations: the headlines
- More bikini shots from Closer: Don't worry about cellulite, lawyer tells French first lady
- Video: Mitt Romney's bin man dishes the dirt
- Do the movies have a future?
- Union J vs One Direction
- Creepy Victorian family photos
- Audio: Listen to Steve Jobs predict the future in 1983
- Editorial: A fiasco, but there is light at the end of the tunnel
- Editorial: This One Nation Labour could prove a winner
- Editorial: A nuclear Iran is not the only threat
- Editorial: Georgia's democratic milestone
- Editorial: Where are the female physicists of tomorrow?
- Editorial: What would Shakespeare make of the protests?
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- Kevin Pietersen set for India tour after apology to England team, ECB and fans
- Kevin Pietersen and ECB agree process for batsman's 're-integration into the England team'
- ECB chairman consigns Kevin Pietersen saga to past under cloud of unanswered questions
- World Twenty20: Sri Lanka beat Pakistan to reach final
- Women's cricket: England book place in World Twenty20 final
- England women setting standard in brave new era
- In full: Kevin Pietersen's apology to England team-mates and supporters
- Kevin Pietersen close to England recall but still far from regaining trust
- Rory Hamilton-Brown: I almost quit after Tom Maynard's death
- In full: ECB statement on Kevin Pietersen
- World Twenty20 round-up: India crash out while Pakistan progress
- Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher retires from Formula One... again
- Lewis Hamilton says it's 'gloves off' from now on
- 'It's simply gloves-off' says Lewis Hamilton ahead of Japanese Grand Prix
- Superbikes and Moto GP unite
- Michael Schumacher is still motivated despite uncertainty over future
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- UK holiday rentals among the best, reveals TripAdvisor
- Hit the rides and the tides
- A day (or more) in the life of The Beatles
- Deals of the week: Aberaeron, Sorrento, South Africa
- Get me out of here: French Alps, Thailand, Central America
- The best currency for Bulgaria and how much to change a long-haul flight?
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Millions of Britons struggling to feed themselves and facing malnourishment
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Nigel Farage: Ukip leader named 'Briton of the year' by The Times
Immigrants make UK racist, says Ukip councillor Trevor Shonk
- 1 President of Argentina adopts Jewish godson to 'stop him turning into a werewolf'
- 2 ALS ice bucket challenge co-founder Corey Griffin drowns, aged 27
- 3 Stoke-on-Trent becomes first British city to be classified as 'disaster resilient' by the United Nations
- 4 Sir Winston Churchill’s family begged him not to convert to Islam, letter reveals
- 5 AirAsia flight QZ8501 missing: Search for plane carrying 162 passengers from Indonesia to Singapore suspended overnight