Day In a Page
Tuesday, 30 July 2013
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- Scientists grow an ear from living tissue
- Cancer treatment breakthrough? Scientists reveal hope for protecting patients from radiotherapy and chemotherapy
- Stunning images of night sky revealed as the Royal Observatory Greenwich announces shortlist for Astronomy Photographer of the Year
- Scientists grow human tooth using stem cells taken from urine
- Lord Chitnis of Ryedale: Liberal Party stalwart who went on to head the Joseph Rowntree Trust
- William Mysterious: Bassist with punk rockers the Rezillos
- Colonel Bud Day: Soldier who was held prisoner by the Vietcong for over five years
- Barnaby Jack: Ethical hacker and expert on security for computers
- Mick Farren: Musician and writer who played a leading role in the UK's counter-culture
- Gary Shearston: Singer who had a hit with Cole Porter's 'I Get A Kick Out Of You'
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- Helen Grant: It would be a mistake to rush legislation on caste discrimination
- David Cameron's G8 playlist choices, deciphered
- The Grace Dent Guide to Happiness
- Pope Francis puts people first and dogma second. Is this really the new face of Catholicism?
- The Conservatives do have a 'northern problem' and Lord Howell has just summed it up
- For Americans, there's magic in our monarchy
- Don't announce your retirement, Richard Curtis - it's far better to fade to black
- Who will stop One Direction fans from threatening GQ staff?
- Mark Carney has been welcomed in the UK, so why won't Canada welcome British immigrants?
- No, I'm not on Twitter. Is that a problem?
- All publicity is good publicity, except where GQ and One Direction fans are concerned
- Of course Gareth Bale should go to Real Madrid. We may mourn his departure, but how can you expect loyalty in modern football?
- Cleared of aiding the enemy, Bradley Manning still faces a lifetime in jail. The very least we owe this heroic man is a debate on US foreign policy
- Justin Welby and now the Pope supporting gay rights: Trendy vicars, your time has come at last
- The fracking debate is more about power than energy
- Nick Clegg not involved in the the ‘go home’ campaign: how the ‘racist van’ is a way to win votes
- Is there bullying in your workplace? Here's why
- Coming to America? If it's a Sunday, get ready to queue
- Happiness index: Cheer up, you Chicken Lickens. Disaster isn’t just around the corner
- What makes a whistleblower? Bradley Manning follows in an illustrious tradition of truth-tellers
- It’s hard to know what to think about immigration. But not impossible
- Homogeneous nudity in lads' mags is bad, but not as bad as female-bashing 'news'
- Life on Marsden: I never thought I'd be thrown out of a bar. Let alone because of a suit jacket
- Alex Reid sells Katie Price wedding ring in Now Magazine: Is it in bad taste?
- You shouldn't pee on a jellyfish sting like in ‘Friends’ - and other medical myths
- Colin Murray, John Inverdale, Alan Shearer: Which BBC pundit irritates you most?
- Is jail the right punishment for jurors discussing their case outside of court?
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- James Lawton: Time for Kevin Pietersen to give his old greatness an airing at new Old Trafford
- The Ashes 2013: England relish chance to wrap up series against Australia early
- Ashes 2013: James Anderson relishes a home stage finally fit for his talents
- Comment: Why don't Australia greats like Shane Warne coach the current crop?
- Ashes 2013: The enigma that is the Australia captain Michael Clarke
- The Ashes: Michael Clarke talks to Shane Warne then states - don't laugh but we can win series
- Ashes 2013: England v Australia - top five moments at Old Trafford
- Ashes 2013: Alastair Cook confident Kevin Pietersen will be fit for third Test
- Sacked head coach Mickey Arthur 'reaches settlement' with Cricket Australia
- Ashes 2013: Kevin Pietersen tests the pain barrier to prove his fitness for third Test
- Cricket World Cup brings old adversaries together again
- Ashes 2013: It's been tough but we fight on, says not so jolly Chris Rogers
- The Light Roller: Recalling familiar faces Chris Tremlett and Monty Panesar tells us a lot about the depth of England's talent pool
- England drawn against hosts Australia for 2015 Cricket World Cup
- The Ashes: England have backroom bases covered
- Glorious Goodwood: Toronado puts Dawn in shade as Richard Hughes pounces with panache
- Glorious Goodwood: Declaration Of War can spike big guns in Sussex Stakes 'Duel on the Downs'
- Glorious Goodwood: Altano can prove Germany's staying power
- Glorious Goodwood: Garswood shows promise to branch out into Forêt
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- 'Even worse than Foxconn': Apple rocked by child labour claims
- Video of RHex the 'Parkour Robot' is magnificent, idiotic
- Eve Online's biggest ever battle was the game's 'Battle of the Alamo'
- Dell ships Project Ophelia: a HDMI plug-in that streams computers from the cloud
- GTA V: new screenshots show off boats, BASE jumps and a drive-by shooting
- Sony and Panasonic create 300GB Blu-ray successor for archives and pros
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- Once again, changing what passengers do: I'll price luggage out of the hold, says Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary
- The 10 Best days out in the city
- Get me out of here - Tenerife, Finland, Ibiza
- Deals of the week - Spanish cities, Newquay, Paxos
- A fishy business: TripAdvisor falls victim to fake Brixham seafood restaurant Oscar's
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Katie Hopkins continues campaign to become Britain's most hated talking head with poorly timed Bob Crow tweet
No EU referendum under Labour: Ed Miliband to reveal that vote on membership is ‘unlikely’ in next Parliament if party wins power
Grace Dent: Who cares if she spells it Barraco Barner? Gemma Worrall is more employable than some bookish arts graduate
The rise of Ukip: Study warns Labour that Eurosceptic party's electoral base now 'more working class than any of the main parties'
Europeans have ‘got whiter’ due to natural selection in past 5,000 years, scientists say
Fracking is turning the US into a bigger oil producer than Saudi Arabia
- 1 Is your name now 'banned' in Saudi Arabia?
- 2 Exclusive: World’s most pristine waters are polluted by US Navy human waste
- 3 Pakistani gang rape victim Amina Bibi dies after setting herself on fire
- 4 Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Jet ‘hijacking’ began soon after take-off
- 5 'Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 plane found in Bermuda Triangle!' Viral Facebook links are profiting hackers