Day In a Page
Monday, 30 May 2005
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- BBC unions set to reject peace offer in jobs dispute
- British TV lags behind US, says Springer
- My Mentor: Amanda Platell on Frank Platell
- Frosty the showman
- My Life In Media: James Herring
- In search of a 'last hurrah'
- Talking of well-deserved tributes ...
- Tabloid fever hits Cape Town
- Stephen Glover on the press
- Humphrys says reading the news 'requires no brain'
- BBC wanted me out, says Frost in farewell
- Matthew Norman's Media Diary
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- Lousewies van der Laan: The constitution is dead but this vote is still important
- Neal Ascherson: Little England may be smaller, but Europe lives on
- The Third Leader: Best on screen
- John Lichfield: Our Man in Paris
- Jonathan Sacks: 'Society is not a house or a hotel it should be a home'
- Charles Nevin: News from Elsewhere
- Oren Ben-Dor: The boycott should continue
- John Edwards: 'Some want us to ignore those who struggle in the world'
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- Vaughan's real one-day value lies in long-term continuity
- Cork stops Gloucestershire fizzing
- A tough call, but England must ease Thorpe out
- Anxiety for Vaughan as injury keeps Giles out of second Test
- Afridi boosts Pakistan rearguard effort with explosive hundred
- Hall's all-round effort puts victory in sight
- 1 The hardwired difference between male and female brains could explain why men are 'better at map reading'
- 2 Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
- 3 UK chef creates world's most expensive ready meal - a fish pie costing £314
- 4 Food poverty in UK has reached level of 'public health emergency', warn experts
- 5 I’m sure Kate Moss doesn't care about posing for Playboy. But I do