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Tuesday, 13 January 2009
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- Vivian Ridler: Printer to Oxford University from 1958 to 1978 and founder of the Perpetua Press
- Claude Berri: Film director and screenwriterbest known for 'Jean de Florette' and 'Manon des Sources'
- David Vine: Commentator who helped make snooker a staple of televised sport
- Bill Stone: The last British man to serve in both World Wars
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- BNP links to immigration service staff
- Prince Charles 'calls Asian friend Sooty'
- Mentally frail man, 89, shot with Taser
- UK gas prices rise as Russian dispute continues
- Motorway closed after gas spill
- Channel ferry grounded on wreck
- Air steward drops case against F1 boss
- Charles calls friend 'Sooty'
- Mandelson unveils lending plan to help small firms
- Labour MP calls dyslexia 'a cruel fiction'
- City banker to become minister
- New law to enforce social mobility
- Business aid package 'unveiled in days'
- Councillor used pseudonym to praise own work
- Brown launches jobs plan as 3,000 more face the dole
- Minister sees 'green shoots' of recovery
- 'Secret inquests' plan back on table
- Brown faces revolt over Royal Mail
- The Big Question: Will the latest Heathrow protest halt the development of a third runway?
- Thousands more jobs lost as rescue package launched
- Mandelson refuses to discuss £2.5m villa claims
- First banks, now a £20bn bailout for businesses
- Sean O’Grady: High unemployment is here to stay
- Police equality chief drops discrimination claim
- Judge frees accused man over 'honest' witness
- Eight arrested in post office murder hunt
- BA pair arrested over 'hit-and-run with jet'
- Upgraded police radio working across Tube
- Ninth suspect arrested in post office murder hunt
- Woman killed after being 'pulled on to railway line'
- Police hold eight over post office shooting
- Doctor 'killed patient with injection'
- '30 illegal immigrants' found in lorry
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- Independent site announces partnership with Al Jazeera
- Euro-MPs back tough new pesticide rules
- Student 'froze to death' on Alps holiday
- EU policymakers sour on Ukraine and Georgia
- Ukraine: Russia demands impossible gas route
- Step aside, Sartre: this is the new face of French intellectualism
- Catholics ordered to keep quiet over Virgin visions
- Russian gas 'still not going through'
- Mobster foils police by fleeing down sewer
- PM: 'Middle East first challenge for Obama'
- Fugitive pilot caught after apparent suicide bid
- Clinton announces dawn of 'smart power'
- Obama: the world's hottest ticket
- Obama prepares order to close Guantanamo
- Exit Bush, with a few digs at his critics – and himself
- The spoils of war: parting gift for Bush's brother in arms
- Hunt for banker who faked death to escape justice
- Osama bin Laden tape calls for jihad against Israel
- More rockets from Lebanon hit Israel amid Gaza fighting
- Israeli cabinet divided over fresh Gaza surge
- Fares Akram: I rushed home in the ceasefire. Our baby's due tomorrow
- Biden visits Iraq amid wave of bomb attacks
- Gaza clinics destroyed by raids
- UN chief says Gaza negotiations must intensify
- Israel 'stops Iranian aid ship'
- Netanyahu casts himself as player on a world stage
- Israel pushes deep into Gaza City
- Olmert claims he told Bush to backtrack on UN ceasefire deal
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- Bernanke tells Obama $775bn fiscal package is not enough
- Barclays 'to axe 2,100 jobs'
- Exports dive 6% as US markets dry up
- RBS reveals $3.5bn loans to bankrupt US chemicals firm
- Olympic sponsor files for bankruptcy protection
- New Yahoo CEO lacks Web and deal-making skills
- RBS raises £1.7bn in Bank of China stake sale
- Trade gap widens despite pound's slump
- Land of Leather is latest victim of credit crisis
- Gloomy businesses call for 'national recovery plan'
- UK shares dive after fresh US gloom
- More Zavvi shops closed
- Barclays axes 2,100 on another black day for jobs
- PricewaterhouseCoopers offices searched in Satyam probe
- JJB to investigate chief executive's share transfer
- Tesco prepared to press the price button
- Government 'changed story' over Northern Rock nationalisation
- Allied Carpets in sale talks with Hilco
- Britain's oldest pawnbrokers cash in on the credit crunch
- Credit crisis diary: Lambert puts hisfoot in his mouth
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- Robert Verkaik: Lack of accountability is at heart of this mistreatment
- Anne Penketh: Gaza negotiations are the battleground for Egyptand Syria's 'Arab Cold War'
- Jonathan Wittenberg: A rabbi's plea for a ceasefire in Gaza
- Martin Narey: Start now by providing good schools and reducing poverty
- Fares Akram: Our home is bombed – where will we take our baby?
- Ben Bernanke: They don't deserve it, but we have to give banks special treatment
- Podium: After the crunch, we must know where new jobs will come from
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- Mourinho takes a swipe at Scolari's invisible Chelsea
- Scolari: 'I have the players' backing'
- Liverpool must stay focused says Lee
- Gill hits back at Benitez
- Scolari tears into Chelsea slackers
- Benitez close to new Liverpool deal
- Redknapp requests more funds in chase for Palacios
- Ferguson angered by Evra committee QC's allegiance
- Tottenham and Portsmouth ask for calm
- 'Staying at Boro will help Downing,' says Pogatetz
- Benitez denies deal row
- Bruce lines up best shot at United
- Tosic close to debut, hints Ferguson
- Evra blow for Manchester United
- Torres tips Manchester United for title
- Evans rises to the big occasions
- Kaka: I want to grow old at Milan
- Wigan expect Heskey to stay
- Arsenal could smash transfer record for Arshavin
- Money not the issue says Kaka spokesman
- Newcastle get 'worse and worse' says N'Zogbia
- Tevez should move to Inter says Maradona
- West Ham and City still at odds over Bellamy fee
- Seol exits Fulham on loan deal
- Arsenal target Diakite staying at Lazio
- Kilbane opens Hull talks
- Bolton undecided on Denilson
- Ronaldo dismisses Madrid link
- Marseille failed with Drogba approach
- Mourinho quiet on Adriano Tottenham link
- N'Zogbia keen on Lyon switch
- Hull close to capturing Boa Morte and Kilbane
- £100m: City in record bid for Milan's Kaka
- Sbragia targets Premier-proven defender
- Beattie ready to 'roll up his sleeves and fight' for Stoke
- Drogba is 'inaccessible' say Marseille
- Beattie prepares for Stoke debut
- Hull close on Kilbane and Boa Morte
- Transfer news and speculation, 13th January
- Transfer news and speculation, 14 January
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Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches – it's time to act
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?
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- 2 More than 11,000 Icelanders offer to house Syrian refugees to help European crisis
- 3 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?
- 4 Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches – it's time to act
- 5 German police forced to ask public to stop bringing donations for refugees arriving by train