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
Nigel Farage defends Kerry Smith 'ch***y' comment: 'If you are going for a Chinese, what do you say you’re going for?'
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
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'
Panic Saturday: 13 million Britons spend £1.2bn – while 13 million others across the country live in poverty unable to afford food
- 1 Planes go hybrid-electric in important step to greener flight
- 2 Antonio Martin shooting: Police and protesters clash over teenager's death just five miles from Ferguson, Missouri
- 3 Northern Lights above Britain: Stunning Aurora Borealis illuminates Northumberland sky on Christmas Eve
- 4 British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
- 5 New route to Mars could make manned mission much cheaper and easier