Day In a Page
Tuesday, 29 March 2005
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- Labour MPs to fight on anti-war ticket
- Election candidates given chance to ditch Blair
- Flight's legal bid prevents Howard from ending row
- Response to Darfur crisis scandalously ineffective, say MPs
- Blow to Howard as activists back Flight
- 'Vote swappers' aim to wipe out leading Conservatives in internet campaign
- 'Elite' force to guard borders under Tories
- Tenants move in to Blair's home
- Tenants move in to Blair's home
- Jonathan King: 'I have had a brilliant time'
- Teacher who fired air gun at 'vandals' is jailed for six months
- Killer with playboy looks says he lost control with wife's mother
- Lenient law blamed as cases of fraud double to Â£756m
- Noisy staff could land employers in jail as part of a crackdown over noise pollution
- Jonathan King leaves jail vowing to appeal
- Terror Act suspect 'had soldier's address'
- Teacher jailed for confronting youth with pellet gun
- At last, Hirst admits that some of his art is 'silly and embarrassing'
- LS Lowry's brilliant but tragic protÃ©gÃ© gets her day in the sun
- Liverpool shows how it can house travellers in harmony
- Swelling proportions produce bumper business for bra company
- Jules Verne's 'lost' novel reveals Scottish inspiration for father of science fiction
- Born to be wild
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- France offers civil servants pay rise in bid for EU vote
- Monument to Franco may be converted into memorial to his victims
- One year on, Irish ban on smoking in pubs is hailed a striking success
- Ashdown sacks Bosnia's top Croat over corruption charges
- Europe gives reluctant welcome to Wolfowitz
- English place names purged to boost Gaelic
- Desperate search for survivors on remote islands at centre of shock
- Massive earthquake causes panic in Asia
- Nepal's police arrest scores of anti-royal protesters
- A shock waiting to happen since Boxing Day
- Grim reminder in a region where scars are yet to heal
- Rubble buries thousands on the surfers' paradise where quake hit
- Lessons learnt but warning system still inadequate
- Indonesia Earthquake: 'Over the rumbling sound of shaking masonry came the shouting, crying and praying on all sides'
- Cricket diplomacy goes further as Pakistan star weds Indian
- Video captures North Korean 'executions'
- Indonesian Earthquake: 'I thought I was hallucinating at first but then I could hear my neighbours screaming'
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- US judge fines BAT for withholding memo
- BAE's Turner moves into £1.5m league
- Bumper year lifts Crosby's pay at HBOS 40 per cent
- Hewlett-Packard names NCR's Hurd as chief
- Jarvis shares tumble as it asks banks for more cash
- Ex InterContinental chief could net Â£3.8m
- Radio firms mull legal challenge to Ofcom in digital row
- Store closures eat into Conran profit
- Spanish bank seeks to pull off Italian job
- Malmaison owner plans Â£100m expansion of boutique hotels
- Upturn in home loan approvals
- '17,000 jobs riding on Gambling Bill'
- Dispute over farm tariffs stalls world trade talks
- Retailers face 'unfair' 15.7% jump in business rates bills
- HSBC faces strike threat as talks on pay break down
- Sony is ordered to stop selling PlayStation consoles in US in row over patent rights
- Small Talk: Cash shells rush on to market to beat deadline
- Canadian airport security company aims to raise Â£25m in float
- No recovery in sight for ISA sales
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- Matthew Oakeshott: Why the Tories don't stand a chance in this election
- Steve Sinnott: Election jitters are ruining Labour's education policy
- Ilham Aliyev: The people of Azerbaijan will liberate their lands
- Jenny Kuper: We have finally begun to care about child soldiers
- Mafia mania keeps 'The Chin' up
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- Is Owen yardstick about to be eclipsed by Rooney milestone?
- Eriksson frets over a game he 'cannot win'
- Azerbaijan and football...so much more than just a linesman
- KanoutÃ© 'safe and well' after Mali death threats
- Toshack may yet consider comeback for Savage
- Morrison shows sublime touch to spare Republic's blushes
- Milner the maestro as England open up gap at top
- Why must the bigger fish gorge on small fry?
- Predator Owen sets sights on record
- Terry, the natural born leader, courts captaincy
- Kerr promises changes for Chinese
- Ricketts lives up to pedigree
- Alberto wary of fear factor as youthful Azerbaijan regroup
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- Vets urged to fight growing threat of MRSA from animals
- Bread rises to the occasion as consumers fall out of love with Dr Atkins' low-carb diet
- Obesity kills more than 1,000 every year
- These shoes weren't made for walking
- Health Check: 'If there is a problem of vitamin D deficiency in sunny Australia, what can it be like in Britain?'
- A matter of life and death
- A Question of Health
- Essential mix
- 'I don't want to talk about it'
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- Nurturing our grass roots
- House Hunter: 'Where are the new growth zones?'
- On the right tracks
- Grace and favours
- Ask Alice
- The home stripped bare
- More For Your Money: Staines, TW18
- Where the wild things are
- Now sharing means caring
- Read all about it!
- Me And My Home: The art of country living
- Diary of an Eco-Builder
Nearly 100,000 of Britain's poorest children go hungry after parents' benefits are cut
Durham Free School: 'Creationism taught at' free school facing closure
End of the licence fee: BBC to back radical overhaul of how it is funded
Elif Shafak: Turkish author warns against rise of British nationalism
Ex-head of MI6: 'We shouldn't kid ourselves that Russia is on a path to democracy'
Most people think legal tax avoidance is just as wrong as illegal tax evasion, poll suggests
- 1 Tourist films plane's descent just metres above packed Caribbean beach
- 2 Indian woman creates 'Marriage CV' after parents put her on dating site: 'Definitely not marriage material. Won’t grow long hair, ever'
- 3 World Book Day: Boy 'excluded' from school after dressing up as Fifty Shades' Christian Grey
- 4 Bad Jews poster 'censored' on London Tube
- 5 Have sex with your iPad thanks to the new sex toy no-one asked for