Day In a Page
Monday, 14 December 2009
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- How social media changed our lives in 2009
- This week's most popular Diggs: If I had one hour to live
- Current Twitter trends: 'That's that bullshit' and 'Something ain't right'
- Current Google Insights trends: Johnny Hallyday, Holly Sampson
- You don’t even need leave your house to purchase these 10 great gifts for social media lovers
- Current Twitter trends: 'Onew' and 'Music Monday'
- Postal services get exclusive '.post' Internet address
- Otto Graf Lambsdorff: Flamboyant West German economics minister who brought down Helmut Schmidt
- Thomas Joseph O'Malley: Nasa engineer who oversaw the first US manned space flight
- Anthony Rota: Bookseller whose style and charm were valued by writers and collectors alike
- Liam Maher: Lead singer with the 1990s 'baggy' band Flowered Up
- John Billot: Journalist with the 'Western Mail' for 43 years
- Huang Tingxin: Veteran of the liberation of France
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- Dave Pollock: Sadly, X Factor is all part of Cowell's plan to own pop music
- Sean O'Grady: The master of the dismal science – with equations
- Sarah Churchwell: Tiger Woods and the first law of sexual economics
- Simon Griffiths: How much equality do we need for people to make free choices?
- Mihir Bose: Selective memories of Scottish enterprise
- Hilary Benn: We must lay down axes, pick up our shovels, and get tree-planting
Environment RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Developing countries return to climate talks
- Sunspots do not cause climate change, say scientists
- Brown offers £1.2bn in a bid to break climate deadlock
- Sun sets on sceptics' case against climate change
- Hopes of global emissions deal at Copenhagen begin to fade
- Mark Lynas: 'At this rate, Copenhagen will be a disaster'
- 'We don't want violence, we want to get our voices heard' says protesters
- Let's get our act together, Miliband tells climate ministers
- Mark Lynas's Copenhagen Notebook
- Mark Lynas's Copenhagen Notebook
Sport RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Broad and Anderson rule out IPL
- 'There's a real excitement around the England camp'
- History beckons as Ntini closes on 100th Test cap
- Tredwell called up by England
- Smith questions England attack without Harmison
- Broad the key to balance for England
- Umpire's decision will not be final for Test series
- 'I'm pushing for a place – I know I can make it swing' - Sidebottom
- England bowlers rule out IPL
- South Africa at sixes and sevens as Kallis struggles for fitness
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Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- The battle for British Airways
- Christmas flights misery as BA staff vote for strike
- Long-haul destinations dominate 2010 holidays
- Bumper pay deals from a bygone era threaten BA's future
- BA dispute: How will it affect passengers?
- Flying to see Santa goes green
- BA travellers facing Christmas strike misery
- Britain unveils Japanese-built high-speed trains
- 2009 - The year of the cruise liner
Rochester by-election: Ukip gains second MP as Tory defector Mark Reckless holds seat
'Beast of Bolsover' Dennis Skinner takes Ukip MP Mark Reckless to task moments after he is sworn in
Rochester by-election: Labour MP Emily Thornberry resigns after posting white van and England flags tweet
The young are the new poor: Sharp increase in number of under-25s living in poverty, while over-65s are better off than ever
Tamir Rice: 12-year-old boy playing with fake gun dies after being shot by Ohio police
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
- 1 Sarah Vine criticises lesbian mother Jack Monroe: 'If she was unsure about her sexuality, she should have taken greater precautions'
- 2 Black Friday 2014: Opening times for Asda, John Lewis, PC World, GAME and Argos
- 3 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 4 Jeremy Hunt: 'I took my children to A&E because I didn't want to wait for GP appointment'
- 5 Girl, 7, gets Tesco to remove 'stupid' sign suggesting superheroes are 'for boys'