Day In a Page
Friday, 22 May 2009
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- Nicholas Maw: Composer whose modernism was underpinned by his lyricism and Romantic leanings
- Hubert Van Es: Photographer who took one of the best-known images of the Vietnam War
- Salamo Arouch: Boxer who stayed alive in Auschwitz by fighting 200 exhibition bouts for Nazi officers
- Lives Remembered: Edward Cooke
- Jane Bryan: Actress and staunch Republican who became Bette Davis's protégé but gave up her career to marry
- Stefan Brecht: Poet, philosopher and theatre historian who struggled to escape his father's shadow
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- Nadine Dorries: This is a witch hunt – the torture must end
- Chris Mullin: Contrary to opinion, we're not all at it
- John Bercow: Why I would like to be Speaker
- Peter Popham: Absence makes the fight grow stronger
- Liz Hoggard: The great Sam Taylor-Wood dilemma
- Kim Sengupta: Official hype on terrorism will only stoke Islamic resentment
- Jeremy Laurance: A remarkable feat for a man half his age
- Stephen Lewis: The UN has let down the world's women. Now let's put that right
- Susie Rushton: Ugly shoes or a bike – there's no contest
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- Party's over for the last playboy
- Button takes pole position at Monaco
- Teams hold council of war on Briatore's luxury yacht
- F1 teams to meet with Mosley in Monaco
- F1 can live without Ferrari says Kubica
- Hamilton determined to learn from mistakes
- Ferrari veto hangs over F1 even after lost ruling
- British GT needle match set for Rockingham
- Keothavong drawn to face world No 1
- Relaxed Murray ready to win over Roland Garros
- The French Open: Who will take the clay?
- Queen of the courts hopes to reign again
- Federer lurks as Nadal chases fifth French title
- Keothavong on fire to reach semi-final at Warsaw Open
- Katie O'Brien: Rising early and making progress in Paris
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- My Life In Travel: Lauren Laverne, DJ and TV presenter
- Something to declare: Terrorism in Turkey; roving the rails of south-east England; South East Asia on a shoestring
- Travel Agenda: Traffic-free Oxford Street; New Mexico History Museum opens in Santa Fe; Rotterdam celebrates Brazilian culture
- Simon Calder: No scrum for the XV flying to 'Munich West'
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- The Insider: Don't be stumped by spin to get a clean wash
- Martin Hickman: Green light for diet colour code
- Derek Pain: The little'uns lead the way to market revival
- Mark Dampier: High-quality bonds minimise risk
- Beginner's Guide To: Holiday money
- Wealth Check: 'I want to free myself of debt, but is bankruptcy the only option'
- Bouncing banking shares could make you see red
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: 'Preserving my bank balance is about to get much more difficult'
- Questions of Cash: 'My bank told me it was safe to keep my shares'
- Simon Read: The retirement plan that doesn't work
Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Scottish independence: Yes campaign feels the heat as Alex Salmond's NHS claims come under furious attack
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
- 1 iPhone 6 review: bigger, thinner, faster, brighter - Apple proves you can make the best better
- 2 Sports Direct security guard allegedly banned Jewish schoolboys and told them: 'No Jews, no Jews'
- 3 Pakistani passenger power forces two politicians off plane
- 4 Say yes to 'no-poo': It's been three years since I stopped washing my hair
- 5 John Travolta addresses former pilot's gay romance allegations publicly for the first time: 'That was the lowest I'd ever felt'