Day In a Page
Thursday, 6 December 2012
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- Oscar Niemeyer: The last of the 20th century’s great heroes of architecture, who remained an obdurate outsider
- Professor Jonathan Harvey: Composer whose work spanned electronic and church music
- Dame Elisabeth Murdoch: Philanthropist and key figure in the rise of her son Rupert
- Mickey Baker: Acclaimed guitarist
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- The kids are all right – if they're in the kitchen
- Autumn Statement: History shows we can't tax any more so go figure: the only way is more cuts
- Breathe easy Palestine, Joey Barton’s on the case. Plus: good press for the Lib Dems - at last!
- No, George, we haven't reached Nirvana. Your Autumn Statement belongs in Cloud Cuckoo land
- To lose your mother, as Murdoch has, is part of the slow progression into adulthood. Yes, even at 81
- Oscar Niemeyer had the vision our leaders lack
- Only fools are impressed by parental connections, but they're important on Ucas forms
- Errors and Omissions: Just deserts or just desserts? The proof is in the pudding
- I’ll have to give Les Mis a miss if the audience can’t stop clapping in the middle
- This week's big questions: Will people learn to cope with austerity? Is there too much panic over child sex abuse?
- Cameron and Chakrabarti treat press freedom as sacred, but aren't some things more important?
- Ghana votes to a background of election goodwill
- The Financial Times doesn't get rap, and their caricature of it is dangerous
- Twitter Top Trumps: Lord Alan Sugar vs. Donald Trump in spat over The Apprentice
- Max Clifford's top 5 career highlights*
- Justin Lee Collins to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house? He's no pantomime villain
- Give the protest - and Starbucks - some credit. This £20m tax ‘donation’ is a step in the right direction
- Questionable Time: If the Welsh want X Factor's Chris Maloney, they can have him
- What if Kate Middleton's baby is ginger?
- Why jealousy is good for you
- Sketch: Leveson shows judge's discretion on jaunt Down Under
- Diary: The PM’s comic opera on Statement day
- People with autism are ready to work - but this programme isn't helping
- The utilisations and abuses of modern English
- With blood on the streets of Damascus, even Assad's friends in Syria know his end is inevitable
- The Tories who jeered Ed Balls's Autumn Statement stammer are as bad as playground bullies
- ‘Play safe and always avoid risk’ is a sad lesson to teach our children
- I used to think more cuts were the answer. But not any more
- Oh 'Evans above, Radio 4 presenter mistakes women for stars
- Instagram cuts off Twitter card support, but it’s more business than personal
- Israel, Palestine and the growing importance of PR in this tortuous conflict
- Together the voices of reason and care can bring sexual equality to an ever more draconian Uganda
- The way Ed Balls's stutter was treated in the Commons points to a familiar compassion deficit
- Sakharov Prize: Europe's answer to the Nobel honours artists and dissidents from Tehran to Moscow
- Was the New York Post right to publish that splash?
- Kate Middleton is pregnant, but are her friends actually thrilled? Here's a cut-out-and-keep letter I give to all my friends who are expecting
- Christmas doesn't have to be lonely for care leavers
- It's the tax tricksters turn to face our wrath. But do they deserve it?
- The shocking before and after pictures of meth addicts - warning: disturbing images
- Face-tattooed neo-Nazi is sentenced to life for the killing of a prison guard
- Skyfall beats Avatar to become UK's highest grossing film of all time - could it win Best Picture?
- Kate Middleton leaves hospital and country rejoices
- I'm sorry, she's engaged: Indian village bans women from using mobile phones
- Exclusive footage of John McAfee detained in Guatemala
- Must Watch: John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John's creepy Christmas collaboration ‘I Think You Might Like It’
- Why has Instagram blocked Twitter?
- Jaw-dropping ‘Bomb Sight’ map shows where Blitz hit London streets
- Primary school teacher tells 5-year-olds Santa doesn't exist
- VIDEO: One Direction fan writes parody song warning Taylor Swift off Harry Styles
- Editorial: Ignoring climate change will not make it go away
- Editorial: A reminder that sectarianism lives on
- Editorial: A £20m payment does not settle the tax issue
- Editorial: How does a week by the Sea of Tranquillity sound?
- Editorial: A reality check for Alex Salmond
- Editorial: Britain should pass its own Magnitsky Act
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- Alastair Cook hugely impressive as England take control of the third Test against India
- Praise pours in for 'amazing' Alastair Cook
- History maker Alastair Cook spends the day breaking records as England dominate day two against India
- Flashing wickets: Latest innovation in Twenty20 sees stumps light up
- The Indian Angle: Futures of Dhoni, Fletcher and national game at stake
- Alastair Cook - by numbers
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- Simon Calder: The deep south (of France) by train
- Money Talks: What to do when lumped with a €500 note
- Travel Agenda: Northern light, Mirror mirror, Christmas banquet, Prestwick quick, Uffizi express, Europe revealed, Africa road risks, 787
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- My life in travel: Alain Ducasse
- The only way is Cornwall – or is it Devon? EasyJet to launch new Southend-Newquay route
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Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
- 1 Rihanna 'nude photos' claims emerge on 4Chan as hacking scandal continues
- 2 Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
- 3 Stamford Hill council removes 'unacceptable' posters telling women which side of the road to walk down
- 4 Kim Kardashian 'nude photos' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence scandal
- 5 Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond