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Thursday, 16 October 2008
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- Mark Shivas: Film and television producer who worked with an unmatched range of writers and directors
- Neal Hefti: Celebrated jazz arranger who wrote for Count Basie and Woody Herman – and the theme music for 'Batman'
- Russ Hamilton: Liverpudlian singer-songwriter who had a hit in America years before the Beatles
- Rosalind Goodfellow: First woman Moderator of the General Assembly of the United Reformed Church
- Eric Longworth: Actor best known for playing the town clerk in 'Dad's Army'
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- MoD should 'hang heads in shame' over death
- Civil servants vote for pay strikes
- Police probe rugby player's assisted suicide
- Twin in garden pond fall dies
- Farmers sue labs over foot-and-mouth
- Hold it! £1m house draw postponed
- Police find huge paramilitary gun cache
- Queen pops down the road to visit Google
- The Big Question: Why are Channel Tunnel repairs taking so long and is it still vulnerable?
- New army head is not afraid to speak his mind
- 'We need 30,000 more soldiers to beat Taliban,' says general
- Bus passenger breaks neck falling off seat
- Man jailed for prison cell murder plot
- Soldier to serve 25 years for racist murder
- Doubts raised over Scottish council tax pledge
- Chef who cooked boyfriend guilty of murder
- Man murdered wife over Facebook posting
- Men threaten driver with syringe
- Chef joins list of cannibal killers
- Hannah may have scratched murderer, court told
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- Spanish airline suspends flights
- US shares plunge 8% as recession fears take hold
- French bank loses €600m in 'market incident'
- Consumers still waiting for full oil price benefits
- Lloyds TSB hopeful of securing Treasury approval to ease terms of capital injection
- Google profits exceed expectations
- London shares climbing again
- Brown: Financial crisis plan will work
- EU backs proposals to ease 'mark to market' accounting rules
- Attorney General tells AIG: 'The party's over'
- Credit crisis diary: Are the lights about to go out across Europe?
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- Education Letters: Calling public schools elitist is just a lazy stereotype
- Big sky thinking: Why home schooling must be saved from the bureaucrats
- Alan Smithers: School admissions is the real issue
- Education Quandary: 'We are moving in the new year. How can we choose a primary school with no league tables?'
- Winners on and off the pitch: How Loughborough acquired a reputation for academic excellence
- If my friend locks me in a room, and says I am free to come out whenever I like so long as I pay £5, is this a deprivation of liberty?
- Do you think you're clever?
- Can history stop the next war?
- Instead of politicians, why don't we let the managers of IKEA run the country?
- Would you rather be a novel or a poem?
- How would you poison someone without the police finding out?
- Describe this mug to me, imagining that I am an alien on the other end of the telephone?
- Would you rather be a seedless or "non-seedless" grapefruit?
- What would you do if you were a magpie?
- Why is it a disadvantage for humans to have two legs?
- How many monkeys would you use in an experiment?
- Why is there salt in the sea?
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- Chandrashekhar Krishnan: Restoring the UK’s Tarnished Reputation">Chandrashekhar Krishnan: Restoring the UK’s Tarnished Reputation
- Ben Chu: Time for Cameron to make his mind up">Ben Chu: Time for Cameron to make his mind up
- Chris Ames: Half-truths on Heathrow from the DfT
- Ben Chu: All you need to know about the meltdown">Ben Chu: All you need to know about the meltdown
- Robert Gates: To succeed in Afghanistan will require much more than just guns
- Tim Walker: Need a police officer? Well good luck
- Sarah Churchwell: Madonna, divorce, and the cost of turning into a commodity
- Kate Allen: Ten years on from Pinochet's arrest, dictators are no longer safe">Kate Allen: Ten years on from Pinochet's arrest, dictators are no longer safe
- Michael Rawlins: Statistics can help, but doctors must also use their judgement
- Anne Penketh: The French intellectual still rules, OK
- Sophie Morris: Let little girls dream, while they still can
- Steve Connor: Snub is just the tonic for worthy winners
- Guy Adams: Music to the ears of local politicians
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- England keep their heads to maintain perfect start
- Rooney revels in free-scoring form
- Almunia drops fresh England hint
- Ferguson backs Rio over WAG comments
- Alex Ferguson was targeted for England job
- Beckham: Capello's England more serious
- Boyd hits back at Burley comments
- Capello keeps feet on the ground
- Pearce has praise for Young Lions
- France back Domenech 'until 2010'
- Arshavin helps Russia to feast on Finnish errors
- Cahill and Emerton spark the soaring Socceroos
- Welsh wonder boy Ramsey 'will go all the way'
- Broadfoot remains positive about abilities of Burley
- Capello: 'Rooney is playing well, he is having a magic time'
- Ramos bullish despite Tottenham predicament
- Heskey would relish return to Liverpool
- Ballack undergoes foot surgery
- Manchester United invest in Brazilian talent
- Blackburn's Reid out for season
- Owen injury spoils Newcastle plans
- Malbranque can kick-start season, says Whitehead
- Tevez admits to losing his way up front
- Manchester City face nervous Robinho wait
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Thousands of teenage girls enduring debilitating illnesses after routine school cancer vaccination
Migrants in Kos: Photos show real tragedy after Brits abroad complain of 'awkward' holidays
British tourists complain that impoverished boat migrants are making holidays 'awkward' in Kos
Michael Gove determined to scrap the Human Rights Act – even if Scotland retains it
Threat to scrap Human Rights Act could see UK follow Nazi example, warns UN official
Church of England 'one generation away from extinction' after dramatic loss of followers
- 3 Alton Towers crash: Four seriously injured and 16 guests trapped as Smiler ride carriages collide
- 4 Ann Summers survey reveals the UK's favourite sex position