Day In a Page
Friday, 9 May 2014
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- Chris Brown sentenced to 131 days in jail
- Take That: Gary Barlow and other former boy band members face repaying tens of millions of pounds of avoided tax
- Hugh Jackman reveals new skin cancer scare: ‘Please! Please! Wear Sunscreen!’
- Dr Dre the Beats billionaire: The rise of rap’s richest man, from Compton to a history-breaking Apple deal
- Reese Witherspoon and Cara Delevingne take top billing in all-star Instagram film set in a lift
- Lee Marshall, the voice of Tony the Tiger, dead: Kellogg’s actor dies from esophageal cancer
- Angelina Jolie on Nigerian schoolgirl kidnapping: ‘It’s because of this culture of impunity’
- Bob Geldof speaks publicly for the first time since Peaches Geldof’s death: 'Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapping is an excrescence of poverty'
- Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa butcher's closes after inspectors find mouldy carcasses and mouse droppings
- Sir William Benyon: Conservative MP whose personal loyalty to Margaret Thatcher did not prevent him from taking on the Party
- Professor Colin Pillinger obituary: Scientist who became the public face of ‘Beagle 2’, the unsuccessful British mission to land a spacecraft on Mars
- Sir George Christie: Opera manager who carried on the work of his father in making Glyndebourne a magical venue for music
- Leslie Thomas obituary: Barnardo’s boy who became a reporter then drew on his National Service experience to write ‘The Virgin Soldiers’
- Barbara Fiske Calhoun obituary: Wartime cartoonist who dropped out and founded what was a hippie commune decades ahead of its time
- Sheikh Nazim: Leading figure of Sufism who became recognised as one of the world's foremost scholars of the Islamic faith
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- Errors and Omissions: Toronto, Newfoundland – they’re quite close, right?
- Children have a lot to learn about the consequences of knife crime, and school is the best place to start
- Critics of capitalism only serve to reinforce it
- If we call Clarkson racist, what word do we use for Boko Haram?
- Nagging kills: Let's stop it
- Labour's Uncredible Shrinking Man isn't the worst political broadcast, but one of many
- i Editor's Letter: An ode to an improbable hero
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- Laura Trott vows to race on after crash but Dan Martin's Giro d'Italia is brutally cut short
- Sport on TV: More than just a diversion, the Women’s Tour paves the way
- Friends Life Women's Tour 2014: Tragedy turns Emma Trott off the road
- Giro d'Italia 2014: Marcel Kittel triumphs in perfectly controlled sprint finish to clinch Stage 2 in Belfast
- Ian Bell shines in Scottish gloom to keep England from more woe
- Eye on the County Championship: Don’t you just love it when a plan comes together?
- Denesh Ramdin appointed West Indies Test captain as Darren Sammy retires to focus on leading the Twenty20 team
- England can get back on top, says Ian Bell
- TPC Sawgrass: Rory McIlroy could be out on his own if he could negotiate the front-nine, but instead he starts Sunday 12 shots off leader Martin Kaymer
- Players Championship: Martin Kaymer stretches lead but Adam Scott's bid to be No 1 falters
- Players Championship 2014: Martin Kaymer storms into early lead after German equals TPC Sawgrass course record with a nine-under-par 63
- Spanish Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton sets scorching pace as Red Bull run into more trouble
- Spanish Grand Prix qualifying: Lewis Hamilton triumphs in ongoing intra-team Mercedes duel as gearbox issues see Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel grind to a halt
- F1: Caterham axe technical director Mark Smith in attempt to address disastrous start to 2014 season
- F1: Nico Rosberg pips Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in final practice to set-up tense Spanish Grand Prix qualifying session
- F1: Lewis Hamilton proves a cut above the rest as Sebastian Vettel watches on from the paddock following reliability failure
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- Snapchat 'deceived users' over disappearing messages, says US government
- If Apple buys Beats Electronics for $3.2bn, will Dr Dre become hip hop's first billionaire?
- A new social media worry? Perfect engagement selfies 'require hand lifts'
- 'Windows Vista and Windows 7 more at risk than XP,' report Microsoft
- Pricey headphones: Apple reportedly looking to buy Dr Dre's Beats Electronics for $3.2bn
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- Let me ask you this: 'Why do you need to turn off devices before a plane takes off or lands?'
- Simon Calder: Why the biggest plane in the world isn't right for the busiest route
- My life in travel: Craig Charles
- Travel agenda: From Camper's new sunglasses to English Wine Week and Tenerife Walking Festival
- Travel challenge: A Californian road trip
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- Banks told to stop treating customers like zombies
- Derek Pain: The tiddlers perform well, but perhaps it's time to add weight
- Donald MacInnes: Ireland does it her own way when the local undertaker passes on
- Simon Read: It's you who set the agenda for what appears in this paper
- Bargain hunter: 'Quad-plan' deals on broadband, TV, landline and mobile packages
- Money Insider: Football credit cards can be an own goal
- Simon Read: Should our mutual friends really be paid so much more money each year than the Prime Minister?
- Questions of Cash: Virgin Media kept charging us after we'd cancelled our contract
- Protesters form united front against Centrica
- Mark Dampier: Don't let dividends become an obsession in equity income funds
- Simon Read: TSB's 'fairytale' local image comes under fire
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
Rochester aftermath: Sacking of Emily Thornberry will make work of Labour MPs '10 times harder'
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
- 1 Universities aren't working us hard enough, say undergraduates
- 2 Lego letter from the 1970s still offers a powerful message to parents 40 years later
- 3 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 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'