Day In a Page
Friday, 18 December 2009
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- 'Iranian Cyber Army' attack leaves Twitter users searching for new activities
- Current Twitter trends: 'When Twitter was down,' 'One of my followers'
- Current Google Insights trends: cold, snowy conditions increase searches for 'weather forecast'
- Sex, hot online search topic for children: Norton
- StumbleUpon top 5 rated websites: comfort food on the cheap
- Jennifer Jones: Actress who won an Oscar for her role in 'The Song of Bernadette'
- Alfred Hrdlicka: Artist who outraged Catholic groups with his homo-erotic depiction of the Last Supper
- Alan A'Court: Footballer who played a crucial role in Liverpool's rise to join the elite in the early Shankly years
- Yegor Gaidar: Economist and politician who oversaw the Soviet Union's transition to capitalism
- Luther Dixon: Songwriter and producer responsible for a slew of hits including '16 Candles'
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- E Jane Dickson: You don't need to teach kids about advertising
- Amy Jenkins: The revolution begins here – all it takes is one click of the mouse
- The truth is out there: 19/12/2009
- Copenhagen Sketch: Mother earth heading for nul points
- Paul Collier: Gamblers who must be punished
- Hillary Clinton: If we fail in Copenhagen, it will be the poor who will suffer
- Tony Juniper: China is a country that dislikes being told what to do
- Simon Calder: A suicidally misjudged blunder
- Jeremy Laurance: Clash of medicine and ethics
- Susie Rushton: Why I'm staying on the buses
- Mark Lynas: Copenhagen Notebook
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- Obama's climate accord fails the test
- China's delaying tactics threaten climate deal
- China holds the world to ransom
- UN averts climate collapse by 'noting' new deal
- Green lobby attacks failure of leadership
- A flawed deal, but credit to Brown for his efforts
- Copenhagen: Snubs, skulduggery, and sleepless nights
- Rooibos tea farmers on the front line of climate change
- Mark Lynas's Copenhagen Notebook: 19/12/2009
- Debatewise: If things don’t change, they’ll stay the same
Sport RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Swann swaggers to revive tourists
- Swann song frustrates South Africa
- Composed Amla ton puts South Africa in command
- Swann soars above wrung-out Bell
- Angus Fraser: Bowlers win matches. So why did England fail to make Wright move?
- Hitting six was a good crack, says spinner
- Bravo engineers collapse to give West Indies hope
- The best Africans to represent England
- James Lawton: Ntini chases last hurrah against familiar enemy
- Mandela congratulates Ntini
- Scorecard: South Africa v England
- Johnson hit by whirlwind Gayle
- Strauss forces pace after South Africa's slow march
- Kallis confident of bowling on Boxing Day
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- The Big Six: Classic cocktail bars
- Travel Agenda: Baboo flights take off; Edinburgh's alternative Christmas market; Tasmania's Hobart Summer Festival
- My Life In Travel: Angela Hartnett, chef
- Simon Calder: The season of ill will towards travellers
- Something To Declare: London tube and bus fares; Avignon; Miami beach; 48 Hours in London
- Travel Challenge: A last-minute New Year’s Eve escape
- Eurostar services 'normal' as drivers strike
- Gibraltar, Spain resume ferry link after 40 years
- Winter wallop pounds northeastern US
- World air travel falls record 3.1 percent in 2009
- Russia unveils high-speed train on deadly bomb route
- Air France superjumbo grounded again
- High hopes for Las Vegas's new high-tech, ultra-green resort
- Italian rail routes the most popular in Europe
- BA wins court battle to stop Christmas strikes
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Simon Read: Bah! Sales are just an invitation to spend
- Questions Of Cash: Blameless but left with excess stress after crash
- Spotlight: Leeds' fixed-rate postal bond
- Consuming Issues: The A to Z of Christmas
- Mark Dampier: Good funds can thrive in new year
- Money Insider: Latest inflation hike is further blow to savers
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: 'Why does BT find it so hard to connect with its customers?'
- Is the cheque worth saving?
- Derek Pain: To the Lloyds' duo who saved my cash – thanks
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Russell Brand threatened with arrest after filming outside Fox News headquarters
London bus driver 'kicks gay couple off for kissing'
Jose Manuel Barroso warns David Cameron against making 'historic mistake' over immigration reforms
Worst Airports of 2014: Poll names Islamabad airport in Pakistan worst in the world
- 1 Jack the Ripper: Scientist who claims to have identified notorious killer has 'made serious DNA error'
- 2 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake online report claiming artist's identity has been revealed
- 3 Former East 17 frontman Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'
- 4 Kentucky gang rape: 15-year-old boy left in critical condition after sexual attack by group at party
- 5 Paralysed man Darek Fidyka walks again after treatment by British doctors on brink of 'cure'