Day In a Page
Sunday, 30 September 2012
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- The dangers of delayed diagnosis: why doctors are the first battle in the war against cancer
- These 'savages' created some of history's finest art
- Times change, but the watch keeps ticking on
- An era of coalitions could be upon us
- Wonkish? Yes, but Miliband could be PM in 2015
- Labour's youth jobs taskforce
- Wicked. Twisted. Wrong. But from Megan Stammers to Jimmy Savile these cases are not all the same
- Riot-hit communities need more than this lazy policy
- How the public lost its appetite for breakfast telly
- Secrecy only reflects poorly on the Church
- Whatever happened to the Labour Party?
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Courageous Kelvin is a delicate petal
- Europe needs an elected president
- American influence on the Middle East is past its peak – someone should tell them
- Killers who stalk the great American highways
- Kelvin and the people of Liverpool
- Blair had a point about the middle classes
- Legacy of a gentle rose cut down in hate
- J K Rowling: The Curse of the Publisher's Hype
- Nepal's tragic news sent a shiver down my spine
- Clarkson, Brand, Assange: The egos have landed
- Jimmy Savile: Would any jury have convicted him?
- Cherish the grey army of volunteers – none of us would survive without their dedication
- Yes, Nigella, I recall the Great Recipe Famine of 1714
- Balls and Miliband know talking about themselves is easy, but policy is hard. At least they've made a start
- Winning the Ryder Cup is good. But don't mistake an amazing sporting triumph for the European ideal
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: Babysitter blues
- Barack Obama: Has he still got it?
- It's time we faced up to the failures of drone warfare
- Is Ed Miliband hungry enough for power? That's the real test - as his brother David knows only too well
- Mitt Romney: Right's Mr Wrong can still win it
- Mikheil Saakashvili, Bidzina Ivanishvili, and why whoever wins in Georgia it's time to stop dreaming
- 'Damaged goods', 'slut' and 'spinster': Sexist labels against women
- Learn to do everything (except not waste time online)
- Rochdale: Schools need to act in order to thwart sex gangs
- How the Conservatives ruined social housing
- Why are they trending? EdBalls, LincolnshireDay, #thebreakfastclub
- Why the 'couples where women do more housework stay together' study isn't shocking
- Winckler's Wacky World: Bonnie and Clyde bonanza
- Jailing the man who accidentally sent a sexy message to all his contacts was ridiculous
- Rant & Rave (30/09/12)
- The Emperor's New Clothes (30/09/12)
- Are One Direction in crisis?
- Jimmy Savile: a ‘predator’ of young girls
- The perils of flirting at work
- Climate Change: we're (not) all going to die
- 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane to host The Oscars
- California bans ‘gay repair’ therapy
- Christina Aguilera: I'm fat, deal with it
- David Blunkett on why our political class are despised
- We need more teen movies
- Liz Jones declares tattoos no longer slutty
- The penis size study: How do British men fare?
- JK Rowling will not abandon home planet
- What is Ed Balls thinking?
- British workers are Europe's most miserable
- Do Americans believe in welfare?
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- England's young apprentices are ruthlessly eliminated by Malinga
- World Twenty20: England's young apprentices are ruthlessly eliminated by Lasith Malinga
- World Twenty20: England stroll home with the Wright stuff
- Public apology the price of Kevin Pietersen's England return
- World Twenty20: West Indies beat New Zealand in Super Over
- Women in last four and best of spirits
- World Twenty20: Ominous for England but Eoin Morgan holds key
- World Twenty20: Virat Kohli blast keeps India in the hunt as Pakistan falter
- On the Front Foot: Can Pietersen's tale of lawyers, runs and money end happily?
- World Twenty20: One-man team Shane Watson makes it four from four for Australia
- Ryder Cup: Europe's incredible fightback completed by Martin Kaymer
- James Lawton: Better late than never – Rory McIlroy creates his own time zone of brilliance at the Ryder Cup
- James Lawton: Bradley and Mickelson prove an irresistible force
- Ryder Cup: Colsaerts' Big Belgian Bang makes world take notice
- Ryder Cup: Listing Europe holed by US enterprise
- Kevin Garside: And the winner of the first Ian Poulter Passion Award is...
- Ryder Cup: Donald hails America's new 'rock star'
- Ryder Cup: Never mind the boos, says Wilson
- Ryder Cup: European victory party 'a bit wild' says Nicolas Colsaerts
- Ryder Cup: Jose Maria Olazabal says tournament turned on Saturday afternoon
- Ryder Cup: Martin Kaymer thought about Bernhard Langer before crucial putt
- Ryder Cup: 'It was pointless to finish' says Tiger Woods after losing final hole to gift Europe outright victory
- Ryder Cup: Relieved Rory McIlroy explains tee-off time mix-up
- Sergio Garcia: 'I would not have won without Seve Ballesteros'
- Ryder Cup: Luke Donald freezes out Bubba Watson to launch Europe's day of days
- Ryder Cup Corner: Europe's sky signs; Etiquette missing; Bilious Barton says...; Pep takes a little peep
- The latest Ryder Cup news and highlights
- Ryder Cup Diary: Support from the sky fails to spur on Team Europe
- The latest Ryder Cup news and highlights
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- Out-of-favour investment trusts are a little more complex but can offer valuable diversity
- Trading places: Neighbours take back control
- Kate Hughes: Drivers' wallets hit as regulators take two more years
- Banks axe investment advice for small savers
- Auto-enrolment is coming – why would you want to opt out?
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The food poverty scandal that shames Britain: Nearly 1m people rely on handouts to eat – and benefit reforms may be to blame
US Navy christens huge $3 billion destroyer ship USS Zumwalt that appears as a fishing boat on enemy radar
Scottish independence: It is the English who should be on their knees, begging the Scots to vote ‘No’
Nigel Farage fatigue? Half of voters ‘immune’ to Ukip’s appeal
Nigel Farage on Have I Got News For You: Ukip leader ridiculed over expenses and party 'fruitcakes'
Nigel Farage: I’m taking on the status quo, and the Establishment’s fighting back
- 1 Poveglia: 'World's most haunted island' up for auction...is anyone brave enough to buy it?
- 2 Big Bang Theory to get special Star Wars episode with help from Lucasfilm
- 3 Babies cry at night to stop mothers procreating, scientists claim
- 4 Pharrell Williams 'Happy': British Muslims dance to song in video
- 5 24 people applied for the 'world's toughest job', here are their interviews