Day In a Page
Saturday, 3 April 2004
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- Grade could bring in BBC's first woman director-general
- Forty years ago pictures of Mods and Rockers shocked polite society. But were they staged by the press?
- Peter York on Ads: So there are these two blokes sitting in a cafÃ©...
- Opinion: Say what you like about Sven - he speaks for himself
- Eisner faces new Disney campaign
- Newspapers can be dangerous in times like these. Just take the Daily Express
- Radio: They say that waking up is hard to do
- 'Welcome back. But don't let your mind wander again'
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- Sue Gaisford: My dinner date with Alistair Cooke
- Rowan Pelling: Oh, Nigella, how could you? Your books are who you could be
- Paul Barker: Britain's nervous breakdown
- David Davis: We need to know what they knew, and when
- Tim Luckhurst: Michael Grade has a unique opportunity
- Ian Burrell: Appointment marks end of power struggle with Birtists
- I'm out of touch with modern tourism
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- Boxing: Hatton stands out to make short work of stand-in
- Racing: Amberleigh guarantees grand legacy for McCain
- Racing: Ginger revives spirit of Red Rum
- Boxing: Brodie sees 'real' world title at end of brutal road
- Athletics: Carolina on our minds... but the Olympic golden girl wants to be like everyone else
- Inside Lines: London bid is given green bill of health
- Racing: They thought the horse and the trainer were too old . . .
- Racing: Ginger's revival brings the house down
- Racing: Jockey Club hats tossed in the air as unusual suspects fail to stay course
- Richard Guest: National winner who did it his way aims to taste glory again
- Basketball: Scantlebury's England role makes up for league fears
- Boxing: Hatton seeks meaningful contest against Pedersen
- Racing: Clan Royal's National plot ready to be hatched
- Racing: Aintree tumble fails to break McCoy's National confidence
- Athletics: Where Bannister ran, Kluft will jump
- Racing: Moscow Flyer earns stripes again in style
- Hockey: Injury keeps Mason on sidelines for Reading
- Athletics: O'Sullivan begins build-up to Athens with Dublin run
- Speed casting is for water babies
- Historic victory for England
- Timely rock for cradle of the Caribbean
- Glory day for the honourable, honest worker
- Hoggard and the history men hog it
- Thorpe century revives England as West Indies show signs of fight
- Best and Edwards revive fearsome tradition of Barbadian fast bowling
- 'On the cricket field all men are equal'
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- Deals Of The Week: From Venice to Las Vegas
- The Cultural Tourist: Royal art returns to Vienna
- Sleepover: L'HÃ¿tel Ermitage
- Simon Calder: The Man Who Pays His Way
- My Life In Travel: Donal MacIntyre
- Something To Declare: half-price Gatwick or Heathrow Express; Holland for culture; child-proof hotels
- 5 Best: fashion designers' hotels
- Events Planner: Natural phenomena
- News: Canada gets cheaper; Nepal warnings
- The Independent Parent: We're staying in London with our children and want some ideas for trips out of town. Any suggestions?
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- Death-in-service: a perk that's carved in stone
- OFT puts skids under car warranty rip-offs
- Wealth Check: 'Can we afford our foreign sabbatical?'
- History urges you to invest in the US
- Dust jacket required: how to cash in between the covers
- These funds are safe and now they're sexy
- Wealth Check: 'We took a chance moving to France, but what now?'
- Venturing into the jungle of private equity
- Raising Standard's hopes
- Benefit from the latest phone wars
- Are the returns from an MBA worth the cost?
- No Pain, No Gain: Glowing reports on a lustrous confectionery stock
- Property sector builds on firm foundations
- Questions of Cash: Admitting ignorance can be the best move
- Private Investor: Medium-sized Scots firms have the bottle the English lack
- Where to get the lowdown on the world of low-cost art
- Secrets of Success: Hedging your bets may be a bad idea
- The Week In Review: Regus overcomes a torrid time to make a promising recovery
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
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
Myleene Klass: Ed Miliband 'strikes back' by comparing UK's need for Labour's mansion tax to Hear'Say track
- 1 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 2 Tower Bridge glass walkway 'smashed' by night-time visitor dropping bottle of beer
- 3 Anti-gay hate preacher accidentally tweets 4,000 followers cartoon clip of him 'confessing' to be a 'homosexual sodomite'
- 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'