Day In a Page
Monday, 8 October 2012
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- Vanya Kewley: Film-maker who alerted the world to the plight of occupied Tibet
- Edwin Wilson: CIA officer who made millions from spying
- Crispin Aubrey: Journalist convicted under the Official Secrets Act in the 'ABC Trial'
- Ken MacManus: The last of the bareback riders
- Lois Smith: Publicist who worked with Monroe and Streep
- Ronald Brech: Economist with a passion for his field
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- Why I'm committed to preserving the write stuff
- Two candidates, one divided country – but will the election make any difference to Venezuela?
- Peaches Geldof joins the Independent Voices campaign to legalise same-sex marriage in Britain
- Diary: Mensch the pantomime villain and Aidan Burley at a Nazi-themed stag party
- A question for Chris Grayling. As a 5ft4in woman, what legal options for self-defence do I have against a 6ft burglar? Honestly, I'd love to know
- In the age of Facebook, insulting April Jones comes with a heavy price - as Matthew Woods is finding out
- It's not just the Tories gathered in Birmingham who know Boris Johnson is unstoppable now
- Schools should think twice before banning parents from the sports-field
- Why do the likes of Jimmy Savile, Fred Goodwin and Rupert Murdoch get away with it for so long?
- Children know what real words are; teachers mustn’t mislead them
- Politics means nothing when deficits have to be cut
- Azhar Ahmed, a tasteless Facebook update, and more evidence of Britain's terrifying new censorship
- Victory in the great schools battle
- A Jewish perspective on same-sex marriage
- Of Gollywogs (honestly), absent chief whips, and how not to cut £10bn from the welfare budget
- I'm straight and about to get married - how much sweeter a deal if opportunities were equal
- Disaster tourism: how bus trips to the scene of Hurricane Katrina make profit from loss
- How many more, George? Ruth Anim and Liam Barker - different disabilities, very similar situations
- Fortnum & Mason’s shame exposed: Selling foie gras is indefensible
- Why are they trending? IMF, #HappyBirthdayJohnLennon, #cpc12, George Osborne
- Today's wacky web stories: Virtual genocide, Jay-Z rides the subway and the real Halloween horror!
- 'Slut dropping' and 'Pimps and Hoes' - the sexual politics of freshers' week
- YouTube's hall of homophobia shame
- Predators were a grim fact of 1970s office life
- Quite a few of the people who agree with Jeremy Hunt on abortion turn out to be women
- Hero-worshipping Boris Johnson distracts this Tory conference from the party's deeper problems
- If it's worth saying George, say it thrice
- If the bald look is a boon in business, why doesn’t it work in politics?
- Hugo Chavez proves you can lead a progressive, popular government that says no to neo-liberalism
- Elton John: The historic fight for equality must go on. Let's get on and legalise same-sex marriage
- George Carey, a Nazi slur, and how not to conduct the debate over same-sex marriage in Britain
- Yesterday at Conservative Party conference in Birmingham: Monday edition
- Today's wacky stories from the web: Hollywood sign face-lift, plane crash test and barmy bees
- Cameron the late tweeter slightly misses the point
- Kicking myself as Lady Geek catches the IT bug
- The answer to Ed Miliband's One Nation Labour is an 'Everyman Conservatism' to make Disraeli proud
- Why are they trending? #cpc12, Venezuela, #Quote
- I kissed a girl - and I like how far we've come since
- Britain's Sir John Gurdon wins Nobel prize in medicine for his pioneering work in cloning and stem cells
- Don't knock Paul Ryan's Medicare plan
- Is the term "bullying" overused?
- Romney's hollow foreign policy
- What did his text mean? We can help!
- Man dies after bug-eating contest
- Teenager downs nitrogen drink, nearly dies
- Gary Lineker apologises for Muslim 'eat grass' comment on Al Jazeera
- Formula 1 twit: Lewis Hamilton slams Jenson Button
- Dying in style
- Defaced Rothko: It could have been worse
- Hugo Chavez wins re-election in Venezuela
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- World Twenty20: Calypso in Colombo as Marlon Samuels stuns Sri Lanka to seal trophy for West Indies
- David Collier's Kevin Pietersen claims 'absolute rubbish,' says Proteas chief
- ECB claims that South African players provoked Kevin Pietersen to send texts are 'absolute rubbish'
- World Twenty20: 'Sky is the limit' for West Indies
- Women's cricket: England pay price for slow start as Aussies retain their World Twenty20 title
- 'Dangerous' Grosjean has not learnt from his past crashes, claim Red Bull
- Sebastian Vettel victorious in Japan as Fernando Alonso goes off at first corner again
- Pressure is on Ferrari claims McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh
- Lewis Hamilton wrongly accuses Jenson Button of 'unfollowing' him on Twitter
- Rallying: Loeb eases to title No 9
- Motorcycling: Title agony for Sykes
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Rochester by-election: Ukip gains second MP as Tory defector Mark Reckless holds seat
'Beast of Bolsover' Dennis Skinner takes Ukip MP Mark Reckless to task moments after he is sworn in
Rochester by-election: Labour MP Emily Thornberry resigns after posting white van and England flags tweet
France 'blocks' Russian sailors from boarding a warship
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
Myleene Klass: Ed Miliband 'strikes back' by comparing UK's need for Labour's mansion tax to Hear'Say track
- 1 'Not suppost to cry': 9-year-old lists the worst things about being a boy
- 2 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 3 Anti-gay hate preacher accidentally tweets 4,000 followers cartoon clip of him 'confessing' to be a 'homosexual sodomite'
- 4 Woman opens professional cuddling shop – gets 10,000 customers in first week
- 5 Grayson Perry: London needs affordable housing because 'rich people don't create culture'