Day In a Page
Saturday, 20 September 2003
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- Hollywood stalks Monica Ali, BritLit's Booker favourite
- Sky plans Channel 6 to compete with rivals on Freeview
- John Humphrys: why businessmen really get up my nose
- Advertising: Nerd perfect - the hippy-dippy internet
- Windows dressing isn't the Apple way
- Critics send Barrymore into self-imposed exile
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- Gordon Brown: Globalisation and the poor man's burden
- Charles Nevin: He scores, he shoots! Hasta la vista, Bobby - or as they say in Spain, 'Adidas'
- Rose Prince: Let them eat pheasant. The great supermarket mark-up mystery
- John Morrish: Love is all we need. Yeah, right
Faith & Reason: An experiment in morphic fields, affirmations and the power of prayer
- We all want the Iraqis to take over their own country, but they're not ready yet
- The Week in Politics: Blair's few crumbs of comfort as Midas touch deserts him
- No lords welcome in the House of Worthies
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- Fishing lines: Mr Crabtree's sale of the century
- Sir Rodney cast adrift on the voyage to 2012
- Sailing: Robertson books an Olympic date
- Racing: 'You've got to be twice as good as the guys. You've got to work that extra bit harder'
- Athletics: Holmes finds Ayhan is back to her best
- Athletics: O'Sullivan left in wake of greatness
- Inside Lines: Worries for Warren as Hatton eyes big time
- Judo: Traditionalists thrown by the showmen
- 'I'd caught a fish, not the one they wanted, but a beautiful brown trout'
- Sailing: Americans under fire as class struggle intensifies
- Hockey: Concern hangs over new season
- Racing: Smokin Beau ready to turn on the style for handicap riches
- Sailing: Percy and Mitchell lay marker for British fleet
- Athletics: Radcliffe's aim to be queen of the north faces tough test
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- Emerging markets kick-start growth
- The funds that got lost in the wilderness
- The Week In Review: A bitter pill for AstraZeneca
- Bulls stay cautious as market rises but the doubts remain
- Wealth Check: 'How can we save when we want to get married too?
- Questions Of Cash: 'Will the fines on Abbey Life affect my under-performing pension?'
- William Kay: Will the OFT serve notice on a store card racket overstaying its welcome?
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
Ukraine crisis: Russia dismisses '3am ultimatum' as 'total nonsense'
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'
White people become less racist just by moving to more diverse areas, study finds
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
- 1 International Women's Day 2014: The shocking statistics that show why it is still so important
- 2 Orgasm machine to deliver climax at the push of a button
- 3 Singapore sting: Sky-high prices are pushing locals to the edge of affordability
- 4 Liam Neeson turned down James Bond role because late wife Natasha Richardson said she wouldn't marry him if he took it
- 5 Dead woman's body found sitting in a car after six years after direct debits ran $54,000 bank account dry