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Wednesday, 19 November 2008
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- Sir Bernard Feilden: Dynamic architect who led the post-war conservation of British cathedrals
- Jonathan Bates: Award-winning sound editor who became closely associated with the films of Lord Attenborough
- Irving Brecher: Prolific comedy writer who scripted two films for the Marx Brothers
- Sir John Page: Loyal Conservative backbencher known for his trenchant views
- Nigel Plews: Police officer, international umpire and expert on the laws of cricket
- Marjorie Thomas: Contralto who sang under Sargent, Barbirolli and Beecham
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- Father died after mouthful of curry
- Lumley demands justice for Gurkhas
- Punter wins record £2m on fruit machine
- Sex & the citizens: New prostitution laws explained
- Children left at risk by rise in legal costs
- Chainsaw death was 'carefully thought through suicide'
- Iraqis accused of murdering British troops want sanctuary
- Modern 'Canute' fights the sea – and the law – to save home
- Royal Navy will get tougher powers to take on pirates
- Immigration soars to highest level in years
- Victory for Independent in fair tips campaign
- Darling cuts costs to upstage Tories
- Brown pledges to boost bank lending
- Palace worker denies being BNP member
- Speeding crackdown 'too little, too late'
- Brown pledges tax cuts to soften downturn
- Official: the Houses of Parliament really are full of vermin
- Tories cut spending plans as poll lead slumps to 3 points
- Iceland owes UK £2.2bn over Icesave
- Borrowing nearly doubles in a year
- Union: 'Ban teachers who are BNP supporters'
- The Big Question: What does the leaked list of its 13,500 members reveal about the BNP?
- Green use urged for carbon funds
- Jane Merrick: Giggling Mandy">Jane Merrick: Giggling Mandy
- Michael Savage: An election? Surely not...">Michael Savage: An election? Surely not...
- Mandelson warned not to backtrack on flexibility rights
- Leaked list reveals BNP strongholds
- Fake audiobook seller jailed
- Baby P doctor 'deeply affected by tragic death'
- Shannon's mother 'said plan went wrong'
- Madman's notes throw new light on Ripper case
- Prosecutors failed to act on Baby P warning
- Baby P doctor tells of 'deep shock'
- Three more stay silent in Rhys murder trial
- Outlawed: sex with trafficked prostitutes
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- Al-Qa'ida chief brands Obama a 'house negro'
- Man arrested after boarding US train with assault rifle
- Tough-talking Chavez faces rising dissent
- Colombian VP's stark message for Britain's middle-class drug users
- Mormons to get 'South Park' treatment
- Motor City: From Motown to no-hope town
- World Focus: He may give Hillary the foreign job, but is it a trap?
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- Top UK firms announce hundreds of job cuts
- Dow plunges below 8,000 to five-year low
- £31bn wiped off blue chip shares
- Retailers slash prices to prop up sales
- Recessions hits US harder than expected
- AstraZeneca to axe 1,400 jobs as factories close
- Peugeot to cut more jobs as car crisis continues
- 140 UK jobs go as Rolls-Royce wields axe
- Protest ahead of HBOS takeover vote
- M&S slashes prices to beat downturn
- Downturn sees sharp rise in wage freezes
- Lloyds TSB shareholders approve HBOS takeover
- Cowdery to press ahead with Resolution listing in December
- US car makers get frosty reception in bailout plea
- Deutsche Bank set to cut one in seven trader positions
- Fears of rights issue at Wolseley as plumber cuts another 2,300 jobs
- Credit crisis diary: Jamie picks the wrong time to expand
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- Richard Garner: OFSTED's other business">Richard Garner: OFSTED's other business
- Michael McCarthy: Finally, we can dare to hope
- Sophie Morris: Sorry, John – but it's right for you to go
- Dr Thomas Fingar: Education is vital to securing a stable future for the Middle East
- Ian Burrell: Strictly scandalous – Beeb short-changes viewers again
- Ellie Levenson: Politicians must dress to impress
- Andy McSmith: The Day Sergie won Tony Blair an Ovation">Andy McSmith: The Day Sergie won Tony Blair an Ovation
- David Mamet: The media must not allow government to proscribe free speech
- Katy Guest: Pub quizzes: the answer to everything
- Alexa Chung: Themed rooms! So will it be the Cadillac bed or the Cave with the cockroach?
- Guy Adams: Cowell is an export who shames Britain
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- Trapattoni's unbeaten run with Ireland is ended by the Poles
- Terry makes amends as England shine in Berlin
- Walcott faces operation and three months on sidelines
- Maradona revels in being centre of attention
- Clashes among football fans in Germany
- 2001: An English footballing odyssey
- Walcott blow for England
- You cheated in '66, says Maradona
- Bigger tests ahead for Maradona
- Bellamy breaks deadlock to lift Welsh ambition
- 'It could not be going better,' says satisfied Capello
- Worthington not at home
- Fightback too late for Trapattoni
- Campbell's super show lifts Pearce
- Stark reality check for Scotland's youngsters
- McGinn poised for Irish bow as Davis stays at home
- Bierhoff castigates an English disease
- 'Rare' Ramsey to make Wales debut
- Ferguson 'desperate' for comeback
- Ireland ready to surprise Italy, claims Trapattoni
- Capello takes on clubs over their withdrawal symptoms
- Gallas reveals Arsenal rifts
- Walcott out for 3 months after shoulder surgery
- United fans take action to overturn ticketing scheme
- Pompey stadium plans in doubt
- Skrtel keen to regain place but Benayoun talks of exit
- Drogba handed three-match ban for coin throw
- City can be as big as Real Madrid, says Robinho
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- Is World of Warcraft just mindless violence?
- Cyberclinic: Computer says "Sorry, didn't catch that"">Cyberclinic: Computer says "Sorry, didn't catch that"
- The Life Browser: Here's the Life archive">The Life Browser: Here's the Life archive
- Time machines: Our chronic obsession with watches
- Who's going to replace Yang at Yahoo?
- Stick tricks - USB memory magic
- Gadget of the week - Google phone
- iPhone application: the DIY developers
- Rhodri Marsden: Why are we so obsessed with pimping our gadgets?
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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