Day In a Page
Thursday, 29 January 2004
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- Channel 4's 'Wife Swap' dominates TV industry awards
- Hollinger International rebuffs Barclays' $1.4bn approach
- Gilligan unlikely to return to 'Today'
- Leak or sting? 'The Sun' refuses to name source for report
- A damned corporation could find itself in real danger
- Davies falls on his sword to become first casualty of a damning report
- Criticised: the BBC men and the scientist
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- Hockey: Britain recall Garcia as resentment fades away
- American Football: Delhomme keeps alive the spirit of Forrest Gump
- Racing: Henderson's error puts Caracciola on path of Arkle glory
- Athletics: Hansen welcomes threat posed by Aldama and relishes raised standards
- Athletics: Gardener keeps cool to retain title
- Boxing: Harrison confronts critics with title fight
- American Football: Patriots' Mr Cool shrugs off the weight of expectation
- Athletics: Chambers' hopes of sanctuary with NFL may present toughest test yet
- Racing: Fabre gives Stevens a return ticket to Europe
Pope Francis declares evolution and Big Bang theory are real and God is not 'a magician with a magic wand'
Huge surge in Ukip support after EU funding row, according to new poll
Ukip ‘exploiting grooming scandal’ to secure party’s first police chief
Nigel Farage: 'There’s nothing wrong with white people blacking up'
Muslims, immigration and teenage pregnancy: British people are ignorant about almost everything
Nigel Farage and Frankie Boyle clash over Andrew Lawrence's 'Mock the Week' criticism
- 1 'Nasa Confirms Six Days of Darkness in December': No, they don't - it's a hoax
- 2 Number of global billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis
- 3 Kentucky gang rape: 15-year-old boy left in critical condition after sexual attack by group at party
- 4 Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
- 5 North Korean officials 'publicly executed for watching South Korean soap operas'