Day In a Page
Tuesday, 3 June 2014
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- Gwyneth Paltrow thinks negative words and sounds can hurt water’s feelings
- Rihanna’s practically naked dress: Why it might be one of the most powerful feminist statements the pop world has made to date
- Jeremy Clarkson and Piers Morgan form an unholy union, take equally unholy selfie
- Doc Neeson dead: Angels frontman dies after suffering from aggressive brain tumour
- Scout Willis on topless Instagram protest: 'I’m arguing for a woman's right to choose how she represents her body'
- Dave Brockie aka Oderus Urungus dead: Gwar frontman died of heroin overdose
- Rihanna poster censored: Advert far less provocative than CFDA Awards dress deemed 'inappropriate for children'
- Jonah Hill apologises: 22 Jump Street actor sorry for using ‘disgusting’ homophobic slur
- George Jung released: Cocaine smuggler played by Johnny Depp in Blow is freed from prison
- Michael Schumacher fans warned they may ‘never have any good news’ about former F1 champion’s condition
- Prince watches the French Open: Singer spends match wielding silver scepter
- Instagram defends nudity rules after Scout Willis 'nipple ban' topless protest
- Kirstie Allsopp versus Vagenda's Holly Baxter: Presenter defends her fertility comments on Newsnight
- Alexander Shulgin dead: ‘Godfather of ecstasy’ and pioneering psychedelic pharmacologist dies aged 88
- Brad Pitt on being ‘attacked’ by Vitalii Sediuk on the red carpet: ‘That nutter was trying to bury his face in my crotch’
- Rihanna goes practically naked to CFDA Awards: Defiant protest or pure exhibitionism? Singer shocks in a sheer dress
- Trinny Woodall addresses argument with Charles Saatchi, which left her crying at same restaurant art mogul grabbed Nigella Lawson by the throat
- Scientists warn newly discovered Wakatobi Flowerpecker bird could be threatened by rapid human development
- Scientists turn cow manure into clean drinking water
- Big Bang research blunder leaves multiverse theory in ruins, theoretical physicist claims
- Amazing new Hubble image is the 'most comprehensive' picture of our Universe to date
- Koalas hug trees to keep cool, say scientists
- Spider venom takes the sting out of pesticides for honeybees
- Astronomers find oldest potentially earth-like planet
- Cannabis affects sleep quality, with problems worse for those who start early, scientists claim
- Scientists try save only existing self-portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci
- Speaking two languages 'slows brain ageing'
- Kepler-10c : Scientists discover 'mega-Earth' with a density 17 times that of our planet
- Autism linked to higher levels of 'male hormones' in the womb
- British feet get two sizes bigger in 40 years
- Sir Eldon Griffiths: Right-wing MP who was tipped as a future prime minister but whose early promise ended in backbench anti-climax
- Alexander Shulgin: Chemist whose discovery of an easy way of making Ecstasy led to the rave culture of the 80s and 90s
- Doc Neeson: Frontman of the Angels, whose hit 'Am I Ever Going To See Your Face Again' became a youth anthem
- Sir John Gorman: Soldier decorated for destroying a German super-tank who later worked for British intelligence in Northern Ireland
- Harry H Novak: 'The Sultan of Sexploitation' behind cult hits like 'Mondo Mod' and 'The Secret Sex Lives of Romeo and Juliet'
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- America: Where the fridges are more intelligent than some of the politicians
- Why I fly with British Airways
- #ProudtoPlay: Sport lags behind society on gay rights
- Recall Bill: This is not democracy, it's an incitement to malice and short-termism
- In South Sudan, the only thing oil really fuels is war
- Meritocracy is a myth
- Poll: Should we ban plastic bags?
- Inside Whitehall: The problem with hospitals
- Do female chefs have to be thin and pretty? Not where I'm looking
- Thailand’s coup: brokered by the army and PDRC
- What is more democratic than monarchy?
- Apple's health plans and the apps changing our lives
- Why aren't we that bothered about the World Cup?
- Poll: Should the Queen abdicate?
- i Editor's Letter: The romance of the World Cup
- i Editor's Letter: When it comes to Europe, Cameron has a battle on his hands
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- Mekong River region named global biodiversity hotspot by WWF after 367 new species are discovered in two years
- Dylan Thomas' favourite view to be blighted as local council greenlights a 45m wind turbine
- Invasion of tough European bumblebees could wipe out their weaker British cousins, scientists warn
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- French Open 2014: Ernests Gulbis and Novak Djokovic to meet in semi-finals
- French Open 2014: Andy Murray v Gael Monfils - Scot peaking in time to end home run
- French Open 2014: Ernests Gulbis follows up victory over Roger Federer by crushing Tomas Berdych
- French Open 2014: Maria Sharapova battles back against Serena Williams' conquerer Garbine Muguruza to reach semi-finals for the fourth straight year
- French Open 2014: Andy Murray remains unfazed as he's left in the dark over which court his quarter-final with Gael Monfils will be played on
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- The best-kept secrets of British tourism (until now)
- Heathrow's Terminal 2 opens: New dawn begins with a cancelled train, but the first departure leaves on time
- Exclusive video interview: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is on first flight out of Heathrow Terminal 2
- Travel deals: Spanish cities, Stockholm and Sicilian short breaks
- Is Emirates' offer of 90,000 miles adequate compensation?
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Obama: The only people with the right to object to immigration are Native Americans
Ukip says babies born to immigrants in the UK should be classed as migrants – which would include Nigel Farage’s own children
The young are the new poor: Sharp increase in number of under-25s living in poverty, while over-65s are better off than ever
David Cameron sets out immigration reforms: We should distrust Ukip and their 'snake-oil of simple solutions'
Ukip mocked after mistaking Westminster Cathedral – for a mosque
Tamir Rice: 12-year-old boy playing with fake gun dies after being shot by Ohio police
- 1 School playground evacuated over 'unusually aggressive' grey squirrel
- 2 Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke beats opponent 33 years his junior in exhibition boxing match
- 3 Jennifer Lawrence scores first UK top 40 single with Hunger Games track 'The Hanging Tree'
- 4 Today was a bad day for renters, landlords, and democracy