Day In a Page
Sunday, 4 May 2014
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- Duncan Bannatyne: A fire-breathing Dragon who never seems to come out of character
- Simon Rogan: 'If you want to be the best... there will be casualties'
- Did James Packer and David Gyngell, heavyweight Australian businessmen, square up over Miranda Kerr?
- Michael Alig released from prison: Infamous Club Kids ‘Party Monster’ convicted of murdering and dismembering roommate freed
- Hayden Panettiere and Wladimir Klitschko put wedding on hold due to civil unrest in Ukraine
- Dennis Rodman: 'Kim Jong-un did not have his uncle and ex-girlfriend executed'
- Chris Tarrant on suffering stroke: ‘I tried to call my wife because I thought I was going to die'
- Stephen Sutton: Teenage cancer sufferer responds to claims he 'duped' fundraisers with sudden recovery
- Jeremy Clarkson racism: Top Gear presenter’s week of hell continues with rumours Frances, his wife of 21 years, is divorcing him
- Peaches Geldof’s sister Fifi Trixibelle engaged: PR executive announces plans to marry busker days after Sir Bob Geldof’s engagement
- Prince Charles gatecrashes wedding - while wearing an army uniform
- Chris Brown to spend at least another week behind bars
- The age of Anthropocene: Was 1950 the year human activity began to leave an indelible mark on the geology of Earth?
- East Antarctica melt could cause a global coastal destruction
- Asteroid the size of a bus hurtles past Earth
- Vampire therapy: young blood may reverse ageing
- IVF improvements could result in designer babies, Lord Winston warns
- Patric Standford: Versatile composer who combined classical work with film and TV scores – and 'ghosting' a concerto for Rod McKuen
- DJ E-Z Rock: Producer and rapper who teamed up with rapper Rob Base to make the 1988 party anthem "It Takes Two"
- Dragana Vilinac: Medical herbalist who spent 14 years with Neal's Yard and worked with the United Nations in Afghanistan
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- Nigerian kidnapped schoolgirls: The world's media have failed in their response to the kidnap of 200 girls
- Chuka Umunna, the heir to Mandeltine and Heselson
- A film of 'Dad's Army' a remake too far? Permission to ponder, Sir!
- Crossing the Ukraine border makes little sense for Vladimir Putin's troops
- The spectre of Wordsworth shouldn't stop us building on the green belt
- Nature Studies: Isn’t it time the BBC broadcast the song of the nightingale again?
- Despite appearances, it’s Miliband, not Farage, who’s breaking with tradition and upsetting the status quo
- Virginia Ironside's dilemmas: I can't deal with my neighbour's problems
- Grace Dent: Cressida's better off without the pressure that comes with dating a prince
- Grace Dent: If Morrisons understands the region so well, what the hell is it doing despoiling Antony Gormley’s ‘Angel of the North’?
- Let’s concentrate on bigger battles than Clarkson
- Max Clifford played a crucial role in the conviction of Jonathan King. Now the roles have been reversed
- The UK’s infant mortality rate is a national scandal – and yet the country shows no sign of caring
- In sickness and in health: Seen through my in-laws’ eyes I love our home even more
- The booming Fifties: It's time to change the conversation about this overlooked age group
- Should Britain have joined World War One? Keep these points in mind during the argument
- Spain is inviting back Jews expelled from the country in the 16th Century. But don't mention the Muslims
- Putin is turning both left and right-wingers into apologists for despotism
- Warned over and again, Mr Gove still seems intent on making learning a misery for millions of children
- The boomtown that is Washington DC goes back to the future
- Foreign jihadis in Syria pledge their own 9/11
- Economic recovery means things are moving back to normal – but a very different normal
- Jeremy Clarkson: What kind of idiot is he?
- Where is the anger over Syria? When the timing and context are wrong
- You need Ferrari eyewear in Abu Dhabi's Bling Central
- DJ Taylor: Why do extreme commuters do it? It's all down to the rural lifestyle...
- The parliamentary sleaze watchdog is a lumbering beast
- As Max Clifford has found: live by the detail, die by the detail
- i Editor's Letter: A model of conflict resolution
- A farewell to arms? When technology gets lost in translation
- A minister must deal in facts
- The response to Boko Haram must be internally led
- The increasing divisions between young and old – both political and economic – bode ill for UK democracy
- The sale of Blencathra mountain may start a trend
- As Ukraine’s agony intensifies, the temptation to walk away from an insoluble-looking conflict must be resisted
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- Elena Baltacha dead: Former British No1 tennis player dies of liver cancer aged 30 – just two months after revealing condition
- Elena Baltacha dead: Factfile of the former British number one
- Elena Baltacha dead: Tributes pour in for tennis star who has died of liver cancer, aged 30
- Elena Baltacha dead: 'Rally for Bally' fundraiser to go ahead as Ross Hutchins pays tribute
- Elena Baltacha dies of liver cancer at the age of 30
- John McEnroe has 'a lot to offer' says coachless Andy Murray
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The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
Arizona execution lasts two hours as killer Joseph Wood left 'snorting and gasping' for air
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Massive rise in sale of British arms to Russia
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: victims’ bodies bundled in black bags and loaded onto trains
- 1 Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic?
- 2 Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda
- 3 Satellite full of sexually experimental geckos adrift in space, Russia loses control of mission
- 4 Exclusive: Cameron’s Big Society in tatters as charity watchdog launches investigation into claims of Government funding misuse
- 5 Israel has discovered that it's no longer so easy to get away with murder in the age of social media