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Wednesday, 10 October 2007
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- The giant gamble
- Cameron mocks 'phoney' Brown over delayed election
- Brown 'treating people like fools' says Cameron
- Council suspends Blair's former agent for breaching code
- Means testing for elderly to be ended
- Modelling agencies blamed for racist culture
- Households may be left without flood insurance
- Nobody has a monopoly on political ideas, insists Darling
- PM's offer to look 'sympathetically' at asylum cases gives hope to Lay Naing
- Delayed election revives criticism of Lib Dem leader
- Poor Families: Ministers risk missing poverty targets 'by decades'
- Overseas Aid: Aid package stays true to £9bn promise made at G8
- The Debate: Osborne leads Tory attacks on Chancellor for a 'desperate stunt'
- A blow - but the industry had feared much worse
- How was the Chancellor's speech for you?
- Green Taxes: Chancellor accused of stealing Tory idea
- Venture Capitalists: Private equity bosses are targeted in crackdown on Britain's 'super rich'
- Arts Funding: Creative community hails increase as 'good result'
- Armed Forces: MoD wins extra £400m for the fight on two fronts
- Home Office: Cost of fighting terrorism triples to £3.5bn by 2010
- The Announcement: A bold firework display to kick off the election campaign that never was
- Darling steals three key tax policies from the Tories
- Inconvenient verdict delivered on Gore's climate change film
- Bismarck died after injecting cocaine 'every hour for a day'
- Terror recruiter 'converted men to extremism'
- New Zealand rugby player arrested in London
- Met chief urges MPs to act over 'mounting' terror threat
- 'Stabbed black teenager left to die by white gang'
- Wife of dead judge 'gave police conflicting stories'
- Judge may have died before fire engulfed shed, inquest told
- Bedfordshire rated as poorest police force in England
- Inquest jury relives Diana and Dodi's final hours in Paris
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- US judge rules Guantanamo inmate cannot be deported
- Boy, 14, kills himself after shooting four in school rampage
- Bush and Congress dispute Armenian 'genocide' status
- Expedition into the unknown uncovers remote Brazilian tribe threatened by hydroelectric dam
- Argentina's disappeared: Father Christian, the priest who did the devil's work
- '24' star Sutherland jailed for 48 days
- Hangman's noose pinned on black professor's door
- Stagehands' dispute may close down Broadway
- Nasa tests new spacesuits ready for return to Moon
- Art from angst: the dark side of Charlie Brown
- Nobel win 'would boost hopes of Gore candidacy'
- Lover's rebuff prompted pizza party killing spree
- Romney and Giuliani debate turns sour during clash over taxation
- First Lady on the offensive: 'Generals should step aside'
- Only now, the full horror of Burmese junta's repression of monks emerges
- Afghanistan refugees fight to stay in camps
- Greenaway announces the death of cinema - and blames the remote-control zapper
- Bookseller of Kabul extends his trade with a mobile shop
- Suu Kyi rejects Burma junta's preconditions on peace talks
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- Consumers in danger of being misled by price comparison sites
- FSA chiefs admit to failings in Northern Rock crisis
- Resolution Life rejects £4.5bn offer from Pearl
- Cadbury shelves £6.5bn sale of US drinks unit in favour of IPO
- Hedge funds look to increase transparency
- JC Flowers in court over bid to pull out of Sallie Mae buyout
- SABMiller teams up with brewing rival Molson Coors
- Southern Water sold by RBS for £4.2bn
- US opens reporting season with the jitters
- BCC attacks new business tax
- IFS says public spending plans need more funds
- IMF lowers forecast for world growth
- Sainsbury's suffers summer slowdown
- GSK pays up to $1bn for melanoma drug
- Magners loses its fizz as weather dampens demand
- Fears of sell-off on growth market as AIM investors face 80% tax rise
- Boeing admits Dreamliner will be late
- The Economy: In this uncertainty, recession is a possibility
- Summer washout and internet sales boost N Brown
- Corporate Reaction: Sea change in CGT may spur sale of companies
- Mortgage lending falls as rates bite
- High Street: Retailers: new tax 'is a disaster'
- Small Businesses: Blow for family-run firms as tax loophole is closed
- India's growth could be even better, says OECD
- Aviation: Airlines must fly more full planes
- Hershey trust held talks with Cadbury over merger
- Harris in £850m Carpetright bid
- Reaction: Businesses demand a say on where their tax is spent
- Jeremy Warner's Outlook: Hedge funds go the self-regulatory route
- Hamish McRae: Fingers crossed we can edge through slowdown – but tighten belts anyway
- Jeremy Warner: If public finances look like this at the top of the cycle, think how bad they are at the bottom
- Sean O'Grady: The Treasury is in a tight spot – and this time it can't rely on Keynes
- John Whiting: Belt-tightening to continue across the board
- Logical choice? Man from BT recruited to transform ailing IT services group
- The Big Question: Is the global economy heading for a recession?
- Market Report: Woolworths gets swept up in takeover talk
- The Investment Column: Experian's high rating is open to question after cautious outlook
- The Big Question: What is the postal strike all about – and how will it affect the mail market?
- Market Report: Burren energised by hopes of higher offer
- The Investment Column: If Hochschild Mining hits all its targets investors could strike gold
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- Floyd uncorked: A vintage encounter with TV's booziest foodie
- Interview: Is Karl Pilkington, as Ricky Gervais describes, really the funniest man alive?
- The 5-minute Interview: Adrian Lyne, Film-maker
- Passed/Failed: An education in the life of Geoff Dyer, writer
- The 5-minute Interview: Mattias Klum, Photographer
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- Anna Fazackerley: We need a public debate on fees - soon
- Education Quandary
- Leading Article: Language lesson
- Against The Grain: 'GM crops do not harm health'
- Will a billionaire philanthropist's new American-style university stem the flow of Indian undergraduates heading West?
- Leading Article: Oxbridge survey is no surprise
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- McClaren to stick with Robinson for Estonia game
- McClaren facing loss of Terry for crunch qualifiers
- Bellamy surprises Wales with rapid return to fitness
- Newcastle plea to FA deepens Owen dispute
- Hiddink extends Russian contract
- Place in England's heart the reward for patient Barry
- Scots' hopes of easy ride hurt by Ukraine ambition
- England could slip up on plastic pitch, warns Ferguson
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- Heroes of Marseilles backed by Ashton to upset the hosts
- Paris the perfect setting for reunion of 'Invincible Lions'
- Chris Hewett: Ageless Robinson savours his chance to conjure fitting finale
- Corry stays cool after walloping Wallabies
- Unchanged France keep with Beauxis the boot
- A nation rejoices, or does it? How the French have reacted to their success
- IRB's Kiwi referees manager steps in to defend Barnes from vitriolic New Zealanders
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- Getting to know the real IT crowd: The secret world of tech support
- How to apply yourself: Tips on writing CVs and application forms – and preparing for interview
- Life in the financial fast lane: How to weather the hard times in the City
- Prison break: The gap year student who set up a charity for convicts in Africa
- Anne-Marie Martin: Despite gloomy economic predictions, the job market remains buoyant – but wary
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- Donnachadh McCarthy: The Home Ecologist
- Eco-lighting: Could it be time to switch?
- My Home: Into the world of fashion designer Julie Verhoeven
- Victoria Summerley: City Life
- Buy To Let: Do the maths
- Don't Move Improve: Caught in a period drama?
- How to turn a cluttered garage into a living room with va-va-voome
- Neighbourhood Watch: Wisdom of the east
- Overseas: Manhattan transfer
- Secret Agent: A day in the life of an estate agent
Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches – it's time to act
Britain to take more refugees as Cameron bows to pressure after more than 200,000 back our campaign
Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don't change Europe's attitude to refugees, what will?
If you're not already angry about the refugee crisis, here's a history lesson to remind you why you really should be
Theresa May says migrants should be banned from entering the UK unless they have jobs lined up
- 1 If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don't change Europe's attitude to refugees, what will?
- 2 Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches – it's time to act
- 3 Make your voice heard: Sign The Independent's petition to welcome refugees
- 4 Refugee crisis: Aylan's life was full of fear - in death, he is part of 'humanity washed ashore'
- 5 German police forced to ask public to stop bringing donations for refugees arriving by train