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- Redirect: China hits back at allegations Ye Shiwen took performance enhancing drugs as World Anti-Doping Agency finds her clean
- Redirect: London 2012: Chinese gold medal winning swimmer Ye Shiwen forced to defend performance described as 'unbelievable' and 'disturbing'
- Jimmy Savile's rose tinted glasses, bling and cigars go under the hammer
- Obituary: Maeve Binchy - the queen of Irish popular fiction
- Alexander Cockburn: Crusading reporter and polemicist who was unafraid to espouse unpopular causes
- Jack Taylor: Referee best known for awarding the first penalty in a World Cup final
- William Robertson: Public servant who brought jobs to Scotland
- Sherman Hemsley
- Geoffrey Hughes: Versatile actor who was happy to be cast as the lovable scouser
- Leading article: Only three days gone – but we're off to a flier
- Leading article: Cameron's dilemma is Johnson's opportunity
- Leading article: Mitt Romney has much to learn
- Leading article: A vision of Britain that unites us
- Leading article: Invented the wheel? It'll never catch on
- Leading article: A delicate issue in Franco-American relations
- Guy Adams: I thought the internet age had ended this kind of censorship
- John Kampfner: If this feeling lasts, we can dare to hope of a true legacy
- Rebecca Armstrong: I thought I was too cool for Olympic tat – I was wrong
- Rhodri Marsden: Love is all you need... apart from a devil-may-care attitude to lists
- Andrew Buncombe: Delhi is a city where connections count for a lot
- Claire Soares: Those who can, can't always teach
- Simon Kelner: Why the opening ceremony took me back to 1997
- Richard Garner: Diaspora School plan deserved much better treatment
- Marcus Berkmann: Must athletes all wear headphones?
- International money transfers: get the best exchange rates
- Regular international payments: the ultimate in convenience
- Larger transfers: get the best exchange rates
- Smaller transfers: get the best exchange rates
- The HiFX guide to international money transfers
- British pensioners living abroad could be wasting £300 million
- 1 Pope Francis: Being an atheist is alright as long as you do good
- 2 Man and woman arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder victim of Woolwich machete attack, named as Drummer Lee Rigby
- 3 'Sickening, deluded and unforgivable': Horrific attack brings terror to London’s streets
- 4 Archaeologists uncover nearly 5,000 cave paintings in Burgos, Mexico
- 5 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
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