Day In a Page
Saturday, 19 July 2008
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- The end of the affair: Dacre moves towards Cameron
- Behind The Wire: cult classic reaches final season
- The New Yorker: So can a joke be funny when no one is laughing?
- Baby wars: The celebrity dilemma
- While Fleet Street's finest clamour for an interview, Ronnie Wood tells all to the 'FT'
- The Feral Beast
- Calendar Girl Mirren does it again
- Sport on TV: Want to make history? A silly name won't help
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- Geoffrey Wheatcroft: This by-election is a regular fixture: Catholics vs Protestants
- Andrew Martin: How the PM can escape from reality
- Andrew Motion: Noises Off
- Michael Williams: Readers' editor
- Darren Campbell: I competed against Dwain for 10 years – but this decision is right
- Dominic Prince: The IoS diary
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- England in need of defiance and discipline
- Strauss ousted as England struggle
- Prince prised out at Headingley
- Second century of series for Prince
- Prince exploits a succession of duff English decisions
- England 203 South Africa 101-3: Flintoff and Anderson fire back after South Africa's fusillade
- Heat of Battle: Different point of view as players get too close
- Trio from rainbow nation use patience and skill to shine
- Selectors fail their first big test with peculiar pick of Pattinson
- England's desperate opportunism make them into game's Liberia
- Surrey 220 & 185-3 Durham 410: Smith strikes double century to leave Surrey far from first victory
- Somerset 427 & 243-8 Kent 208 & 160-6: Key left holding the baby as Somerset eye top spot
- Hoggard: 'I genuinely thought Pattinson was Australian'
- County round-up: Harmison fires salvo at selectors and lowly Surrey
- Headingley Diary
- County Championship round up: Clare continues to call the shots as Derbyshire pile on the pressure
- Harrington completes unlikely triumph in style
- Norman under early pressure
- Storming Norman dazzles as Harrington keeps dream alive
- Harrington moves into second place
- Norman rolls back the years as Choi sets the Open pace
- Irishman keeps his head but Duval blows it
- 'Shark' wed to idea of third title
- Brian Viner: McDowell defies fearsome wind with famous stroke at the 16th
- Brian Viner: Open circus provides stage for the clowns of Merseyside
- James Lawton: Norman reminds the world that a true Shark never stops swimming
- Wakefield puts wind up rivals to make name for himself
- If you don't like it don't come, Love tells whining Americans
- Course flexes its muscle to get better of Villegas
- Lyle and Co set poorest example by giving up ghost
- Thrills beat the spills on Harrington's rollercoaster
- Wood rises to memory of Rose to keep sights on silver
- Villegas makes a name for himself with 'funky' finish
- The Hacker: The magician to conjure up when chips are down is Pelz
- Open Diary
- Tiger In His Den: 'No, sweetie, it's just an accident that a Shark is leading'
- The Open Diary: Your essential guide to the Open 2008
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- Driving ambition and a degree of excellence is the winning Formula
- Formula Student Winner Profile 2
- Formula Student Winner Profile 1
- 'I'm nervous when we hire an engineer without the kind of experience FS gives'
- 'Formula Student teaches graduates how to turn theory into practice'
- Meet the teams with a passion for a greener grid
- Engineering students provide fuel for thought
- On track: how engineers are developing green motoring solutions
- Planes, trains and hydrogen-fuelled buses
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- James Daley: Are banks being cut too much slack?
- We have to wake up to wills before it's too late
- Should you hire a middle man if you want to take on your bank?
- Wealth Check: Debt weighs heavy as she stands on her own two feet
- Professional Investor: Here is the network news – and it's good
- Questions Of Cash: With set-top TV boxes, Sky sets the limits...
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
Immigrants make UK racist, says Ukip councillor Trevor Shonk
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Katie Hopkins speaks out on childhood obesity: 'Parents of fat children should be prosecuted for child cruelty'
- 1 The political parties aren't all the same – which means 2015 will be a 'big-choice' election
- 2 President of Argentina adopts Jewish godson to 'stop him turning into a werewolf'
- 3 ALS ice bucket challenge co-founder Corey Griffin drowns, aged 27
- 4 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 5 Naomi Wolf reacts to Isis 'conspiracy theories' critism after she questions whether beheading videos are real