Day In a Page
Wednesday, 3 September 2014
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- 2,000 years of European history in 47 seconds
- MPs debate puppies and kittens because it's not like anything else is going on
- Like Nick Clegg, we're sceptical that this is a nine-year-old child
- Zoo Lates: RSPCA calls for end to parties after drunken guests harass animals
- Even burger joints are trying to make women feel insecure these days
- Why this woman is carrying a mattress everywhere she goes
- 17 things you won’t miss about renting with friends
- 21 things you won’t miss about living with your parents
- Sixteen hacks to get you through summer
- 11 rags-to-riches underdog success stories
- The 14 money facts you never knew you needed to know
- London's housing crisis in 13 property listings
- Nine people who actually deserve to be philanthropist of the year
- Edmonton beheading: Woman found dead in London garden
- P&O call for greater security at port of Calais, after hundreds of migrants try to force their way on to ferry bound for Britain
- David Cameron makes the case for air strikes on Isis in Syria and Iraq and warns: 'Assad is part of the problem'
- Nigel Farage says Britain needs to stand up for its 'Judeo-Christian values' to combat homegrown militants
- Watch the dancing guardsman at Buckingham Palace - who now faces a possible investigation
- The seven-foot-wide house that costs £235,000
- Gotye hopes to run for office: The singer forms a political 'Rock 'n' Roll' party
- Kim Kardashian thinks she knows how the nude photo hacking could have been prevented
- This is socialist François Hollande’s Les Mis-esque label for the poor
- The spectacular moment Susanna Reid accused Downton Abbey actor Dan Stevens of trading sexual favours for film roles
- Andrew V McLaglen dead: Western director known for films starring John Wayne passes away aged 94
- Blu Cantrell 'hospitalised and sectioned' after police called to erratic outburst in California
- Tony Blair Philanthropist of the Year award defended by GQ
- Jill Scott nude photo leak: Singer claims pictures taken to chronicle weight loss
- Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton naked photos to be displayed by Los Angeles artist at upcoming exhibition
- Joan Rivers out of intensive care and into to private hospital room following days in medically induced coma
- Andrew Madoff dead: Son of convicted Ponzi scheme fraudster loses battle with cancer
- McKayla Maroney pictures deleted off Reddit board 'The Fappening' after under age warning
- Marina Warner compares UK university managers to 'Chinese communist enforcers'
- Russell Brand poses a question few are bold enough to ask: Should society take responsibility for Britons joining Islamic State?
- Eva Longoria on naked photo leaks: Actress alleges Apple employee accessed her private details without her permission
- Victoria Justice 'angry' at 'massive invasion of privacy' and pursuing legal action after nude photos leak online
- Zelda Williams returns to Twitter following Robin Williams' death with a powerful message
- Jools Holland makes a truly spectacular fall at the GQ Awards
- Valerie Trierweiler tried to take sleeping pills overdose following Hollande affair revelations
- Jamie Dornan on nude photo leaks: Fifty Shades of Grey actor brands 4Chan hackers 'disgusting' over indecent image sharing
- Cee Lo Green returns to Twitter to say sorry for controversial rape remarks: 'Those comments were idiotic'
- Gary Barlow apologises over tax avoidance before quickly announcing new Take That album
- Joan Rivers 'remains on life support' five days after heart and lung failure, comedienne's daughter Melissa Rivers confirms
- GQ Men of the Year Awards: Tony Blair is named 'Philanthropist of the Year'
- Justin Bieber charged with assault after holiday quad bike crash in Ontario
- Animal astronauts: Geckos, chimps and dogs pay a high price for mankind's urge to explore space
- Nobel laureate Sir Paul Nurse wants MPs ‘crushed and buried’ if they misuse science
- Why standing-up more could be key to anti-ageing
- China launches two satellites into orbit via one rocket
- Newly-discovered mushroom-shaped animals 'unclassifiable' in current tree of life
- Bill Kerr: Comedian and actor who began as a child star and became best known working with the Goons and Tony Hancock
- Steven Sotloff: Journalist who was devoted to exposing the hardships endured by ordinary people in the Middle East conflict
- Sergio Rodrigues: Designer best known for the 'Mole' armchair who sought to express the spirit of his native Brazil
- Sir David Mitchell: Transport minister under Margaret Thatcher who also successfully led his family's wine business, El Vino
- Werner Franz: Airman believed to be the last crew member to survive the loss of the German airship the 'Hindenburg'
- Simin Behbahani: 'The lioness of Iran' whose status as the doyenne of Persian poetry did not protect her from government intimidation
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- Thai ‘baby factory’ case draws attention once again to the ethics of surrogacy
- Ashya King's parents 'should not have been locked up in a foreign country for caring about their child'
- Scottish Independence: Salmond has momentum – we may have a new PM
- Merging social care services with the NHS makes sense
- Of course I’d like to hear Jack Straw’s thoughts on Isis. Right after I get the Dalai Lama’s views on cage fighting
- If you really care about climate change you'll stop eating burgers
- From Vietnam to Nazi Germany, why do politicians continue to use faulty historical analogy?
- Brooks Newmark perfectly illustrates the dangers of conflating 'political' and 'party political'
- Daily catch-up: an Apple a year, Cameron’s birthday and Thesaurus Club
- Ukraine crisis: A ceasefire suits both parties – but how long will it last?
- Endgame: How to win £300,000 by reading a book by James Frey
- From what we know of Putin, it’s clear that Nato’s best option is to press on
- Is there anything more British than a rip-off?
- Sending troops over to Iraq and Syria to fight Isis is not the answer to Steven Sotloff's murder
- There’s nothing uncool about the ALS ice bucket challenge
- Ian McEwan’s right. If books were shorter, we could read them in one go
- The freedom of Hong Kong is in Britain's hands, and Cameron can only stay silent for so long
- Tony Blair may have won an award for philanthropy, but the real winners were GQ
- I am just as much British and European as I am Scottish. And I don't mind England either
- I am just as much British and European as I am Scottish. And I don't mind England either
- Tony Blair had every right to win the GQ award for philanthropy, but try telling that to the haters
- i Editor's Letter: Why you won't find images of Steven Sotloff's murder on our front pages
- Daily catch-up: an ad-Venn-ture, who ‘What If?’ is for and UKIP's untidy bedroom
- i Editor's Letter: The future of the NHS has become the elephant in the ward
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- England vs India ODI: Moeen Ali tells England to be brave and take risks
- England vs India: Michael Vaughan calls for ODI 'clear-out' as he believes Alastair Cook and Ian Bell should be dropped
- Andrew Gale banned for 'obscene or seriously insulting nature' language
- The Royal London Cup: One-day cup feels like an afterthought but it could yet reap rewards
- Sack Alastair Cook? If anyone can sort England's problems, it's him
- US Open 2014: How Caroline Wozniacki bounced back to first Grand Slam semi-final in three years
- US Open 2014: Roger Federer vs Gael Monfils match preview
- US Open: Andy Murray hoping to build on strong showing but blames physical tiredness for defeat to Novak Djokovic
- US Open 2014: Serena Williams beats Flavia Pennetta to reach semi-finals
- US Open 2014: Ross Hutchins and Yung-Jan Chan beaten in mixed doubles semi-final
- US Open 2014: Ekaterina Makarova reaches first semi-final after beating Victoria Azarenka
- US Open 2014: Andy Murray vs Novak Djokovic Match Preview
- US Open 2014: Roger Federer blasts through Roberto Bautista Agut to reach quarter-final
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- 4chan protects itself against stolen celebrity photo claims - with new copyright rules
- Dyson unveils 360 Eye: an automatic robotic vacuum with tank treads and 360-degree vision
- Baidu - the 'Chinese Google' - unveil 'smart chopsticks' that detect contaminated food
- iPhone 6 fans start queueing for new Apple smartphone days before it has been unveiled
- Intel unveils $1000 snakeskin and obsidian smartwatch for the fashion set
- Microsoft unveils Lumia 830 and 735: 'affordable flagships' for Skype and selfies
- Amazon Fire TV UK price, release date and features: Amazon's pitch for your living room lets you shout at your remote control
- A third of smartphone owners check their mobile five minutes after waking up
- Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 compact and E3: Sony unveils updated family of stylish smartphones
- Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge: can Samsung phablets take a bite out of Apple?
- Mystery of fake US mobile phone towers capable of tapping smartphones
- Apple clamps down on apps selling health data to advertisers ahead of iPhone 6 launch
- Wild ram head-butts drone out the sky, waits for pilot to turn up then head-butts him too
- Apple iCloud hack: privacy experts call for default 'private photo' mode from companies
- 4chan iCloud 'expert' from CNN thinks 4chan is a person and 'pa$$word' is a good password
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- Jet2 passengers 'jumped off aircraft wing' after electrical fault caused an emergency landing
- Five ways to enjoy the world's iconic bridges
- Iceland volcano: Icelandair pilot performs extra go-around to give passengers a once-in-a-lifetime view of huge active volcano
- Villa Epecuén: exploring the Argentinian ghost town
- Charities call for the UK's top tourist attractions to become wheelchair accessible
- Drive South Africa's coast or go wild in the Azores: Travel deals
Rochester by-election: Ukip gains second MP as Tory defector Mark Reckless holds seat
'Beast of Bolsover' Dennis Skinner takes Ukip MP Mark Reckless to task moments after he is sworn in
Rochester by-election: Labour MP Emily Thornberry resigns after posting white van and England flags tweet
France 'blocks' Russian sailors from boarding a warship
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
Rochester aftermath: Sacking of Emily Thornberry will make work of Labour MPs '10 times harder'
- 1 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 2 Tower Bridge glass walkway 'smashed' by night-time visitor dropping bottle of beer
- 3 Anti-gay hate preacher accidentally tweets 4,000 followers cartoon clip of him 'confessing' to be a 'homosexual sodomite'
- 4 Woman opens professional cuddling shop – gets 10,000 customers in first week
- 5 Grayson Perry: London needs affordable housing because 'rich people don't create culture'