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
- One year on, Irish ban on smoking in pubs is hailed a striking success
- Monument to Franco may be converted into memorial to his victims
- Europe gives reluctant welcome to Wolfowitz
- Ashdown sacks Bosnia's top Croat over corruption charges
- 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
- Indonesia Earthquake: 'Over the rumbling sound of shaking masonry came the shouting, crying and praying on all sides'
- Lessons learnt but warning system still inadequate
- Cricket diplomacy goes further as Pakistan star weds Indian
- Indonesian Earthquake: 'I thought I was hallucinating at first but then I could hear my neighbours screaming'
- Video captures North Korean 'executions'
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- Spanish bank seeks to pull off Italian job
- Ex InterContinental chief could net Â£3.8m
- US judge fines BAT for withholding memo
- Bumper year lifts Crosby's pay at HBOS 40 per cent
- Jarvis shares tumble as it asks banks for more cash
- Hewlett-Packard names NCR's Hurd as chief
- Store closures eat into Conran profit
- Radio firms mull legal challenge to Ofcom in digital row
- BAE's Turner moves into £1.5m league
- '17,000 jobs riding on Gambling Bill'
- Dispute over farm tariffs stalls world trade talks
- Malmaison owner plans Â£100m expansion of boutique hotels
- Upturn in home loan approvals
- Canadian airport security company aims to raise Â£25m in float
- Retailers face 'unfair' 15.7% jump in business rates bills
- 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
- HSBC faces strike threat as talks on pay break down
- No recovery in sight for ISA sales
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- Steve Sinnott: Election jitters are ruining Labour's education policy
- Matthew Oakeshott: Why the Tories don't stand a chance in this election
- Ilham Aliyev: The people of Azerbaijan will liberate their lands
- Mafia mania keeps 'The Chin' up
- Jenny Kuper: We have finally begun to care about child soldiers
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- Is Owen yardstick about to be eclipsed by Rooney milestone?
- Eriksson frets over a game he 'cannot win'
- Why must the bigger fish gorge on small fry?
- KanoutÃ© 'safe and well' after Mali death threats
- Toshack may yet consider comeback for Savage
- Morrison shows sublime touch to spare Republic's blushes
- Azerbaijan and football...so much more than just a linesman
- Milner the maestro as England open up gap at top
- Kerr promises changes for Chinese
- Predator Owen sets sights on record
- Terry, the natural born leader, courts captaincy
- Ricketts lives up to pedigree
- Alberto wary of fear factor as youthful Azerbaijan regroup
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- Bread rises to the occasion as consumers fall out of love with Dr Atkins' low-carb diet
- Vets urged to fight growing threat of MRSA from animals
- Obesity kills more than 1,000 every year
- 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
- These shoes weren't made for walking
- A Question of Health
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- 'I don't want to talk about it'
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- House Hunter: 'Where are the new growth zones?'
- More For Your Money: Staines, TW18
- Where the wild things are
- Nurturing our grass roots
- Now sharing means caring
- Grace and favours
- Ask Alice
- The home stripped bare
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- Me And My Home: The art of country living
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Thousands of teenage girls enduring debilitating illnesses after routine school cancer vaccination
Migrants in Kos: Photos show real tragedy after Brits abroad complain of 'awkward' holidays
British tourists complain that impoverished boat migrants are making holidays 'awkward' in Kos
Michael Gove determined to scrap the Human Rights Act – even if Scotland retains it
Threat to scrap Human Rights Act could see UK follow Nazi example, warns UN official
Church of England 'one generation away from extinction' after dramatic loss of followers
- 2 California man brutally beat 82-year-old Sikh grandfather he mistook for 'one of those people'
- 3 School kitchen manager 'fired from Colorado school for giving hungry students free lunches'
- 5 Charles Kennedy 'had better judgement drunk than many sober politicians' says Ian Hislop