Day In a Page
Sunday, 16 September 2007
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- 'London Lite' is on a roll. So what price the 'Standard'?
- Saatchi & Saatchi: The agency that made Tory history
- Interview: After bulletins it's back to bullets for ITV's Mark Austin
- Claire Beale On Advertising
- Launch Diary: Former 'Nuts' editor Phil Hilton reveals how a new magazine all comes together
- My Mentor: Dotun Adebayo on Bob Shennan
- My Week In Media: Lulu Kennedy
- My Life In Media: Anneka Rice
- Paul Ross On Broadcasting
- Donald Trelford On The Press
- Jane Ennis aims to win a place for First on today's overcrowded newsstands
- Jim's jokes fall flatter than a warmed-over celebrity soufflé
- Peter York On Ads: Good old Britannia – fair play, cricket and forget the 'filthy rich'
- The Spectator
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- Martin Bell: British arms are killing the world's children
- Sarah Churchwell: The rise of the fat white bastard
- Rod Morgan: They smoke, drink and behave badly. Will we never learn?
- John Curtis: A failure of duty
- Donnachad McCarthy: The shameful truth behind the Lib Dems' demise
- Michael Williams: Readers' editor
- Vicki Woods: By the end of fashion week, even the least fashionable among us will know who Agyness Deyn is
- Charles Nevin: Brits in space... we've got so much to offer
- Rupert Cornwell: Out of America
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- Mixed Martial Arts: He sold his sole against Tyson, now Francis gets his kicks Cage Raging
- The St Leger: Lucarno turns on the style
- Basketball: Deng is a bigger star than Becks
- Equestrianism: Child's play for Touzaint as Toytown and Phillips blunder
- Fishing Lines: Exclusive: I've been invited to join a very select Canadian club
- England v South Africa: The fast and furious revolution begins
- South Africa 154-8 England 135-7: Collingwood the tinkerman cannot outwit South Africa
- Round-Up: Chilton sets up victory as Lancs focus on title
- An email conversation with Rob Key: 'Captaincy keeps you going during boring bits on the field'
- Hamilton on the warpath: 'Alonso pushed me wide quite deliberately'
- Swashbuckling, fearless and addicted to speed - the spirit of Colin McRae
- 'It's all true,' says McLaren boss - but will he pay $100m spying fine?
- Dennis spells out 'threat' by Alonso
- Motorcycling: Rossi keeps Stoner waiting for world title
- Mosley wanted to see McLaren pair excluded
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- When a storm has been raging over shares, is the time really right to buy into bonds?
- Mobiles: the freebies hook you in but don't be deaf to value
- Ask Annie: Room at the top... but can you sell shares in delisted groups?
- Julian Knight: Which bank will blink first in the penalty fees standoff?
- Savings accounts 'Perfect storm'
- Banking charges cut at Lloyds TSB
- So would you mind being told where to stick your clipboard?
- 1 French café starts charging extra to rude customers
- 2 Australia incest case: Deformed children found in remote farming community after generations of inbreeding
- 3 Physicists discover 'clearest evidence yet' that the Universe is a hologram
- 4 Woman who miscarried in private prison 'made to clean up after herself,' court told
- 5 Fox News presenter tells viewers it is a 'fact' that both Jesus and Santa Claus are white