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- Who Dares Wins? TV's indies did. But now they've met their Waterloo (Road)
- TV and net face crackdown on advertising to children
- Murdoch sets the stage for 'talented' son to succeed him
- If freesheets are bubblegum, a lot of chewing is going on
- Miller wins biggest payout for invasion of privacy
- As Thomson departs, new generation takes over at 'The Times'
- Sport on TV: Hatton family milk acclaim as nation faces personality crisis
- The City & media diary
- Melanie McDonagh: The David Southall I know is not the man the GMC condemns
- David Nobbs: I didn't get where I am today by... disappearing
- Sophie Heawood: Bye, Parky. Again. Promise you won't change your mind?
- Michael Williams: Readers' editor
- Andrew Simms: Adam Smith was right... businesses can't help colluding
- Boyd Tonkin: btw
- Now or Never: Hatton must box with his head not his heart to tame the untameable
- Mayweather flattens Hatton's title hopes
- The Nick Townsend column: Racing in dock but no winners emerge from Fallon fiasco
- Boxing: Brutal Khan grows up fast
- Boxing: King Arthur's reign on line
- James Lawton: Shameless appeal of a kid from streets of Manchester with an edgy belief in himself
- Boxing: Ricky's army
- Inside Lines: New anti-doping unit must pass test
- The Spectator
- Sport on TV: Flower power that turned to terror on the Olympic stage
- Sandown: Twist adds even more magic to the Thomas and Nicholls team
- Fallon faces ban after failed drugs test, say lawyers
- Fallon clears his name but now faces new challenge in saddle
- McCoy says bans on riders 'heavy-handed'
- Hedgehunter begins Aintree journey again
- Case to answer as Turf rulers attempt to avoid taking blame for trial fiasco
- Point-to-point: Farlington can get show on the road
- 1 'Soldier beheaded' in street as two shot in suspected terrorist attack near Woolwich barracks - 'attacker' shown in video saying 'We will never stop fighting you'
- 2 Gay couple beaten in park urge MPs to moderate language on gay marriage
- 3 After woman sells virginity for $780,000, here are the results of our prostitution survey
- 4 China agrees to impose carbon targets by 2016
- 5 Far-right French historian, 78-year-old Dominique Venner, commits suicide in Notre Dame in protest against gay marriage
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