Day In a Page
Tuesday, 31 May 2005
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- German right names Merkel to challenge SchrÃ¶der in early poll
- Blair prepares for 'bruising battle' between rival visions of Europe
- Chirac names De Villepin prime minister
- Which way for Europe?
- Fiddling while Siberia burns: 'lungs of Europe' under threat from forest fires
- Khodorkovsky nine-year jail sentence confirms worst fears
- Chirac seeks to overcome rejection with new cabinet
- Fabius sees opportunity in post-poll Socialist disarray
- Khodorkovsky sentenced to nine years
- French are accused of a 'masterpiece of masochism' as the recriminations begin
- What is the EU's future?
- Dutch 'no' campaign helped by French result
- Dutch sceptics set to send unpopular constitution up in smoke
- An unelected aristocrat who outraged America
- Cynical politicians, pipedreams - and how we can make a difference
- Aid worker held in Sudan for 'crimes against state'
- The 5-Minute Briefing: Trouble in Western Sahara
- Animals return to 'Born Free' wildlife park
- Two decades on from the first concert, have the continent's fortunes improved?
- Ethiopia 20 years on from Live Aid: Did we make a difference?
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- Ryanair positive after 19% rise in profits
- Microsoft faces EU fines deadline
- Domestic & General wants speculators unmasked
- Mandelson triggers new round in trade war over aircraft subsidies
- O'Leary attacks BAA over 'rip-off' Stansted plans
- HSBC keeping careful eye on retailers' credit quality
- Regal Petroleum shares suffer fresh collapse after warning on reserves
- Shell opens talks about a return to Nigeria's troubled Ogoni region
- Small Talk: CI Traders could pay dearly for chairman's comments
- The Week Ahead: Tate & Lyle enjoys the sweet taste of success
- Market Report: UBS calls time on overvalued Unilever shares
- The Investment column: Peacock displays attractive assets
- Business Analysis: Property market cools in Britain, but in US it's the latest gold rush
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- John Lichfield: Our Man in Paris
- Jonathan Sacks: 'Society is not a house or a hotel it should be a home'
- Neal Ascherson: Little England may be smaller, but Europe lives on
- The Third Leader: Best on screen
- Lousewies van der Laan: The constitution is dead but this vote is still important
- Gary Lightbody: 2005: This gives my generation the chance to stand up and be counted
- Dame Denise Platt: 'The life chances of looked-after children have not impoved'
- Basildon Peta: Pop concerts won't solve our problems
- Midge Ure: 1985: My fear was swept away by this enormous wave of excitement
- The Third Leader: Sounds and scents of summer
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- Brick By Brick: 'It feels very contemporary'
- The time's right for your home to catch some rays
- Victoria Summerley: Town Life
- Discover the value of the east
- Go west for plots with promise
- Fancy coming back to my garage?
- Me And My Home: Christopher Foyle
- Ask Alice
- Building good relationships
- Buy Of The Week: Kennington
- Home is where the 'nerve centre' is
- Q&A: Hi-Tech Houses
- Here comes the sun
- An ugly duckling by the sea
- House Hunter: Copenhagen
Street preacher quoting from the Bible fined for calling homosexuality an 'abomination'
Katie Hopkins attacked me on Twitter — so I reported her to the police for inciting racial hatred
Woman filmed launching racist tirade against men on the Tube for speaking in 'own lingo'
David Cameron calls Labour 'hopeless, sneering socialists' while announcing 7-day NHS plans
Revealed: Putin's army of pro-Kremlin bloggers
Katie Hopkins reported to the police for race hatred by Labour MP Simon Danczuk after tweet about Pakistani men
- 1 Katie Hopkins attacked me on Twitter — so I reported her to the police for inciting racial hatred
- 2 Google April Fools': company unveils backwards search engine and huggable digital assistant
- 3 I might be an MP, but that doesn't stop me fighting sexism with my breasts
- 4 April Fools' Day 2015: The best hoax news stories from around the internet
- 5 Gamers confess the worst things they've done in The Sims