Day In a Page
Friday, 7 April 2000
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- Blair baby will not be delivered by spin doctors
- MPs fail to show for Livingstone's Bill to ban hunts
- Portillo had a conflict of interests, says MP
- Deselection threat to Tory over Harrods directorship
- Labour MP Bernie Grant dies
- Million families on benefit will lose more than 55p in each extra £1 that they earn
- Mother of Parliaments outlaws breastfeeding in the House
- Shock vote gives Livingstone hunt ban opportunity
- Ministers try to delay Livingstone hunt Bill
- Lord Archer bailed after day of police questioning
- Blair embraces Morgan and spirit of Keir Hardie
- Short warns party faithful not to fall into the 'Tory trap'
- Customers who lose services not impressed by bank statements
- Black teenageris set alight in new racist attack
- Telford police reveal that two men visited hanging victim on day he died
- Man served 15 years for rape that 'didn't happen'
- Drink-driver who killed crash victim's unborn baby gets community service
- Now, the shipping forecast: Tiree quiet, 4 jobs to go
- He said he was going to kill me, Noye tells court
- Gangs make a fortune from the ancient art of adulterating saffron
- Mandelson in weapons plea to Republicans
- Two die in Spitfire crash
- 'Someone killed them - I've even been told the names' Thanks for the words, say Telford, now we need deeds
- Stormont must be restored - Adams tells party
- Mass axing of branches is 'only way to survive'
- Archive of Everest pictures sparks school row over Everest
- Overdrawn on PR goodwill account
- Disabled rower is saved after running out of food
- Eighties icon to shoplifter: A very Strange fall from grace
- Dome Nouveau: longer hours but fewer visitors
- Noye 'stabbed Cameron with considerable force'
- Man missing for two years found dead in his garage
- Rebel republicans blamed for barracks bomb
- Defer reform of RUC for now, urges Trimble
- Family appeals for information over 'racist' murders
- Race crime is the new terrorism, says Met's expert
- The Ecstasy, the agony, and the culpability
- Police: We are 'worried and frightened' by Telford deaths
- Hoard of medieval silver goes under the hammer
- 'McGuinness fired the first shot on Bloody Sunday'
- Hopkins 'spurning his roots' by promoting Barclays as it closes his home town branch
- Man freed over rape 'that almost certainly never happened'
- Ex Bay City Roller sacked over child porn
- Mandelson may let RUC keep its crown
- 'McGuinness may appear at Bloody Sunday inquiry'
- Pressure sends single parents to early grave
- Dome development plans unveiled
- Bomb that damaged army base 'was the work of dissident republicans'
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- Children reap Kosovo's spring harvest
- Bosnian suspect denies genocide
- Leeds chairman calls for ban on Turkish fans
- Russia derides Council of Europe's 'Cold War' mentality over Chechen campaign
- Turkish man confesses to stabbing Leeds fan
- Shevardnadze expected to win in Georgian presidential election
- In the realm of the mad mountain king, a German opera prepares to go over the top
- Srebrenica survivor tells of Serb attrocities
- Leeds supporters under armed guard as police quiz Turks over two murders
- Stadium they proudly call 'Hell' is an inferno that burns with passion
- 'This isn't Leeds. When you fight in Turkey, a man's honour means someone often gets killed.'
- Council of Europe set to expel Russians
- 'We'll bring Miami to a halt if Elian goes'
- Hillary takes big lead in New York Senate contest
- CIA goes snooping in Silicon Valley for secrets of hi-tech intelligence
- Tobacco firms are ordered to pay $12.7m to smokers with lung cancer
- Elian's father flies in to accuse 'cruel' relatives
- 500 years on, the Pataxo want more than white man's scraps
- Agencies scramble to deliver food aid as scale of Ethiopian drought prompts international action
- Give up farms or we declare war, Mugabe tells whites
- Mugabe's ultimatum to farmers as election battle starts
- Mugabe wins vote to seize white-owned land
- 'We have been waiting too long for land that is rightfully ours'
- Only 1% of Ethiopian food aid getting through
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- Alchemy halves wages of care assistants at homes
- Sir Anthony Tennant cited in auction commission scandal
- Five rivals bid to take the Dome beyond 2000
- Pearson merger creates European TV leader
- Thomson quits travel group's board
- Dresdner pushed for swift decision on DKB
- Dresdner chief is first casualty of merger collapse
- Industry breathes sigh of relief as rates stay on hold and pound falls
- Asda challenges BT with phone calls at half-price
- Economy is on track 'to join euro in the near future'
- Nearly 200 jobs go as Rover buyer shuts down brewery
- British Energy seeks pay freeze and lower pension benefits
- Good times are back for Rolls Royce
- BT and Vodafone slug it out as bids for mobile licences approach £15bn
- Germans set to raise £1.3bn offer as Thomson rebuffs request for talks
- Beeson falls to a discount on debut
- Businesses seek delay in £1bn energy levy
- Ford gives workers final warning on sick leave
- Austin Reed shares soar on news of fresh bid talks
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- The great breakdown: a small investor's story
- Furniture better than property as a lucrative investment
- 'The technology bubble has proved that old rules need not apply
- Convenience is the key
- Logging on to a new way to manage your money
- 'Things may get nerve racking, but those who are prepared to take a long term view win in the end'
- Many happy returns ISA
- Day trading: time to take stock
- No place for panic on the helter-skelter ride
Britain to take more refugees as Cameron bows to pressure after more than 250,000 back our campaign
Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches – it's time to act
Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don't change Europe's attitude to refugees, what will?
Make your voice heard: Sign The Independent's petition to welcome refugees
If you're not already angry about the refugee crisis, here's a history lesson to remind you why you really should be
- 1 What marriage would look like if we actually followed the Bible
- 2 If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don't change Europe's attitude to refugees, what will?
- 3 'Heartbreaking' Syria orphan photo wasn't taken in Syria and not of orphan
- 4 Bob Geldof offers to take four refugee families into his home 'immediately' as he condemns humanitarian crisis as a ‘f**king disgrace'
- 5 Orthorexia nervosa: How becoming obsessed with healthy eating can lead to malnutrition