Day In a Page
Friday, 8 March 2013
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- Feeling bold, Mr Milliband? I've got a cunning plan to deliver a Labour victory in 2015
- Donald MacInnes: Next time you play the O2, Justin Bieber, send on The Proclaimers as a warm-up
- It's time to come clean, culture vultures - how many classics have you not seen, heard, or read?
- A far from faultless royal appointment in The Audience, but Helen Mirren is still majestic
- The brown stuff: a winning way of seeing life
- A Political Life: Beware the candidate who’s brandishing a mug of tea or a pint of beer
- Still friends, but China will be peeved by North Korea's aggression
- Google Glass complainers are concerned about the loss of privacy. Isn't it a bit late for that?
- Iraq may be broken, but it is our political class that is bankrupted
- Letter from the Editor: Leveson should blow whistle on those who manipulate the news
- Victims of FGM and charities that fight against it must be involved in Government eradication efforts
- The Vicky Pryce/Chris Huhne tale shows the destruction that only love can wreak
- A gross and cruel misjudgement did for Manchester United’s chances against Real Madrid
- Errors and Omissions: Do we need a history lesson when it comes to Napoleon?
- Bonnie Tyler was a good choice, but when will we learn that you just can’t second-guess Eurovision?
- This week's big questions: Is ‘marital coercion’ a feminist stance? Do we need boardroom quotas?
- These eulogies for Chavez give the Left a bad name
- Only the cold-hearted could fail to see a brave and brilliant woman who made a mistake
- A restaurant where you burn the calories while you're eating? No thanks...
- Questionable Time: The panel show waters are treacherous, will Stephen Twigg and Kenneth Clarke make it ashore?
- Dave Brown: Cartoonist of the Year at UK Press Awards 2013
- International Women's Day: In the Arab world, women aren't supposed to talk about sex - let alone enjoy it. But that might be changing
- International Women's Day: What do you think is the single biggest issue currently facing women?
- International Women's Day: Why do we still treat single women as second-class citizens?
- International Women's Day: The week we found out about ‘Keep Calm and Rape A Lot’ t-shirts
- International Women's Day: I was a gang member, now I work for change for women in South Africa
- International Women’s Day: Single women in India will continue to fight for their rights
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- Maiden century from Nick Compton keep England on course for draw with New Zealand in first Test
- Opening pair keep England on course for draw with New Zealand in first Test
- Timely century brings relief to Nick Compton and England
- England start on batting marathon to save First Test
- New Zealand v England: Hamish Rutherford piles on agony in first Test
- New Zealand v England first Test: Awful collapse puts Nick Compton in peril
- New Zealand v England first Test: Record-breaking debutant centurion Hamish Rutherford gives hosts imposing first-innings lead
- Danish Kaneria seeks compensation for ban
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- Great getaways: Iberian escape, seasonal West Sussex sojourn, Turkish delight and mountain high in Serre Chevalier
- Henrietta Thompson: Let's have a little more life in our journeys
- Cruise Report: Baby on board – and the rest of the family too
- Open Jaw
- My life in travel: Russell Kane
- Travel agenda
- Travel challenge: a beach holiday in Jamaica
- Hidden Europe: Don't just book it...
- Tips and deals of the week: Trunki Lotus bag, BA Airbus from Heathrow to Los Angeles and Tom's Eco Lodge, Isle of Wight
- Durham: Step into the county with tales to tell
- Durham walking trails: Coastline, colour and countryside
- This is Durham: Durham’s Reservoirs
- This is Durham: Where to stay
- Blazing trails in the Dales: Durham by bike
- This is Durham: Durham Heritage Coast
- This is Durham: Hamsterley Forest
- This is Durham: North Pennines
- Win a luxury Durham break and £500 to spend on outdoor gear
- Wilde at heart in the capital: Café Royal, London
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- Cash or bonds or shares – what's best for this year's ISAs?
- Divorce to be yet more expensive as legal aid ends
- Consumer Rights: Don't let this backlash deter you from asking to work from home
- Julian Knight: You can call it spring optimism, but shares feel worth another go
- Ten 'perfect' wines, but is 2010 vintage for investors?
- Investment insider: Low interest rates should not mean lower standards
- Bargain Hunter: Free child's place on Welsh adventure
- Derek Pain: I'm ignoring sales worry at Whitbread
- Mark Dampier: Bond fund can make money despite fashion for equities
- UK activist investors lag Europe - but are catching up
- Spotlight On: Nationwide's Flexplus
- Five Questions About: Gym membership
- Money Insider: Santander and Halifax set the pace for ISAs
- Questions of Cash: Refund on a chair after we get to the seat of the trouble
- Soaring markets give share investors pause
- Thousands set to miss out in legal aid reforms
- How to get some spice in your ISA
- Donald MacInnes: Tonsillitis and prescription charges caused me agony
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Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
If you're horrified by a flame-roasted dog, you should be shocked at a hog roast
Poor 'live like animals' says Boris's privately educated sister after going on 'poverty safari'
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
Vince Cable: Teachers 'know absolutely nothing' about the world of work
Ukraine crisis: Russia pledges to 'retaliate against sanctions' as Ukrainian president says Crimea vote will not be recognised
- 1 International Women's Day 2014: The shocking statistics that show why it is still so important
- 2 Australian man Rod Sommerville reacts to bite from deadly snake by reaching for cold beer
- 3 Singapore sting: Sky-high prices are pushing locals to the edge of affordability
- 4 Teacher shows sex tape featuring herself to pupils during class by mistake
- 5 David Cameron resorts to paying for Facebook fans because not enough people like him