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Tuesday, 14 July 2009
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- Earl Haig: Son of Field-Marshal Haig who became a soldier and painter and was a prisoner of war in Colditz
- Tom Wilkes: Graphic designer responsible for many celebrated album covers
- John Bachar: Rock climber celebrated for his solo ascents without ropes or equipment
- Jerri Nielsen Fitzgerald: Doctor who treated herself for cancer while at the South Pole
- Trude Mally: Singer who championed Vienna's working-class music
- Keith Wymer: Educationalist whose influence was felt in Russia, Africa, the Caribbean and the United States
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- Shocking suicide toll on combat veterans
- Omagh probe prevented from seeing secret papers
- Baha Mousa inquiry shown video of soldier abusing Iraqi detainees
- Police probe driveway accident that killed wife
- Soldiers face 'ticking stress time bomb'
- Desmond: I did not order attack story on my rival
- Thousand pay respect to Afghanistan casualties
- 'Illegal tactics used in interrogation'
- Thousands of British postal workers to strike
- The black cab cabal
- Asda wins fight over 'nasty' sweetener
- New demand for probe into first death of Troubles
- Afghanistan: questions of life and death
- Clashes erupt in Belfast as marching season heats up
- Organised crime costs country £40bn a year
- DPP 'wrong to deny hacker a trial in Britain'
- Plans to cut CO2 emissions from transport announced
- Record rise hits jobless total
- Tax to end 'cruel lottery' of elderly care
- Mandelson admits Labour will make 'a decade of cuts'
- Cheaper food takes inflation below target
- Health minister Lord Darzi resigns
- Cough up! Advent of the National Care Service
- Boris Johnson dismisses £250,000-a-year Telegraph column as 'chickenfeed'
- Salmond questioned over claim for legal fees
- Government split on need for Afghan troop reinforcements
- Andrew Grice: Is Cameron unpatriotic?
- Does minister for the armed forces have the firepower to defend them?
- Ten charged with murdering teenage cadet
- Rhys Jones killer's father questioned over attack
- Neo-Nazi found guilty of racist terror plan
- Gerry Adams calls for talks to resolve tensions
- Ex-police chief cleared over contracts
- Body of murdered antiques dealer exhumed
- Rioters in Northern Ireland launch further attacks on police
- £90k benefits for mother living abroad
- Stabbed model 'pleaded to return home'
- 'My boyfriend did it', dying model told 999
- Anti-terror officers monitor rise in far-right plotters
- 'Stockwell Strangler' wins murder appeal
- Ex-MSP Sheridan and wife facing perjury charges
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- African leader denies murder, rape, torture – and cannibalism
- Photographer faces trial in €1bn L'Oréal case
- Tony Blair backed to be Europe's first president
- After 54 years together, they decided to die together...
- Renowned conductor and wife die in suicide clinic
- Battle to save 'Virgin Mary' tree stump
- Open-casket body desecrated in funeral home
- Au revoir to the lazy Sunday
- Griffin lets loose on first day in 'wasteful circus' of the EU
- English to burn Joan of Arc – again
- Government denies cutting corners on Afghan troops
- Japanese take their revenge for PM's insults
- UK shelves Northern Irish passport plan
- NATO soldiers killed in Afghan road accident
- '168 killed' in Iranian plane crash
- Al-Qa'ida threatens revenge on Chinese workers in Africa
- Six killed as NATO helicopter crashes in Afghanistan
- North Korean leader has pancreatic cancer, report claims
- Death toll in China riots rises to 192
- Andrew Buncombe: Richard Gere and Burma's amazing journalists
- Andrew Buncombe: The reckless side of the 'new India'
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- Value of taxpayer's holding in British banks plummets
- Inflation drops below Bank's target for first time since 2007
- BA shareholders slam 'fat cat club' bosses
- Primark's founder to step down as MD this autumn
- America will be growing again within a year, predicts Geithner
- O2 enters personal finance market with NatWest
- 300 jobs to go as Jaguar end X-Type production
- BA proposes convertible bond to weather storm
- Borders UK in sale talks with private equity group
- £4.1bn bonus bonanza for bank staff
- Cost cutting is vital for survival, says BA chief
- Jobless fears mount as Bank warns policies will take time
- RHJ is in 'advanced talks' for GM Europe
- Oil giant Exxon sees the future – and it is green algae
- China widens inquiry into steel industry
- Pirc calls on shareholders to reject Cable & Wireless executive pay plan
- Sluggish recovery in the eurozone
- RSA 'reduces pension risk' following Goldman Sachs deal
- Number of companies in trouble soars by 43%
- Madoff 'to be transferred to North Carolina jail'
- Treasury scheme to help property market is not working, say MPs
- Friends Provident rejects 'wholly inadequate' bid by Resolution
- Business Diary: Doff your baggy green to Ricky Ponting
- James Moore: It'll be tough to make RSA deal add up
- James Moore: Friends just says 'no'
- James Moore: Staff must be in to dig BA out of its hole
- Econoblog: 'Business as usual' for bankers
- Stephen Foley: The case against Ben Bernanke
- Econoblog: Deflation figures
- James Moore: Sunshine that hides clouds over retailing
- James Moore: UKFI keeps mum where it matters
- James Moore: Cheers to Young's pubs
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- Ian Birrell: False hopes and phoney democracy
- Terri Judd: Mourners in their thousands weep for the returning dead
- Elaine Padmore: 'Musicians loved Ted. He was a strong man with clear ideas'
- Ansu Konneh: Let us leave that voice in the past
- Michelle Mitchell: It's time for action – we must make care better
- Peter Coltman: Asylum-seekers need urgent help to escape destitution in Britain
- Alice Jones: The messy climax of confessional art
- Sophie Morris: Teenage kicks tell all in the gadget age
- Chris Ames: DfT tactics are stupid - and pointless
- James Turner: Be radical... parents should start paying a 'talent levy'
- Anthony Seldon and David James: A-levels should be replaced with a system that has integrity
- Steve McNamara: We'll take action again if we need to
- David Waddington: We must cut our ties with Iran until the suppression is halted
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- Stephen Brenkley: Flintoff the great
- Ponting 'blown away' as time-wasting row rages
- Flower on the attack over cheat allegation
- Great Sporting Moments: England beat Australia by 18 runs, Third Ashes Test, Headingley, 16-21 July, 1981
- England hit by familiar Flintoff fear
- Thanks for the memories Freddie Flintoff
- Flintoff: 'It's time to stop playing Test cricket'
- When Verity destroyed the Aussies
- Siddle: 'They call me Sid Vicious. I'm best when I charge in'
- Absence of talisman would pose selection conundrum
- James Lawton: Gamesmanship is just not cricket, no matter which sport is being played
- Pietersen sweeps his Cardiff critics aside
- Selectors should stop 'knocking Harmison down'
- Edwards holds off Australia as English women keep the Ashes
- Angus Fraser: Batting buddies were a net loss in my day
- Andrew Flintoff factfile
- Harmison can hurt the Australians, says Vaughan
- Scorecard! results: 'It's more judgement than luck – so take your lead from Fraser'
- Sandy Lyle: 'Monty cheated, yet I get all the abuse'
- Paul Casey: 'Now I know how to win'
- Great Sporting Moments: Tiger Woods wins the US Masters Augusta, Georgia, 10-13 April, 1997
- Westwood refuses to fall into the Tiger trap
- Lyle stokes row with 'friend' Monty
- Woods returns ready to erase painful memories
- Fisher lines up helicopter for dash to baby's birth
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- Bayern Munich insist Franck Ribery will stay
- Fabiano 'wants to join' AC Milan
- Kaka: Real Madrid players must work hard
- Fabiano's AC Milan deal 'dead'
- Barcelona may drop out of Villa race
- The night I stayed with Ronaldo and his mates
- £80m Ronaldo whisked away as Real Madrid superstars arrive in Ireland
- Stuttgart eye Huntelaar swoop
- City bid £20m for Adebayor after sealing Tevez deal
- Chelsea seek swift end to Terry talks
- Alonso asks to leave Anfield
- Greening requests transfer from West Brom
- Hughes ups the ante in bid for Terry
- Tevez turns tables on Ferguson
- Villa agree fee for Downing
- Manchester City looking at third Terry bid
- Tevez turns on Ferguson after arrival at City
- Vieira keen on Spurs move
- Fact! Johnson is worth the money, says Benitez
- Vucinic: 'I would reject Spurs'
- Fulham foiled in Greening bid
- Transfer Talk: Tuesday 14 July
- Transfer talk (Wednesday, 15 July)
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- Swine flu GP died from natural causes
- Miracle of the girl with two hearts
- The Big Question: Is swine flu mutating, and how worried should we be?
- Swine flu callers swamp NHS helpline
- Parkinsons risk 'from raised pesticide level in blood'
- Jeremy Laurance: The piggyback operation I saw was a tragic failure
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- Microsoft reveals first peek at Office 2010
- Facebook valued at over $10 billion
- Microsoft CEO laughs off Google OS challenge
- Tory plea over hacker charges
- Data stolen in US and South Korea hack attacks
- Windows 7 will speed up PC sales, says Dell
- Behind the wall: Israeli-Palestinian start-up launches OS
- LCD makers accused of price-fixing
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Ukip supporters are 55 or older, white and socially conservative, finds British Social Attitudes Report
Street preacher quoting from the Bible fined for calling homosexuality an 'abomination'
Jeremy Clarkson sacked live: Alan Yentob 'wouldn't rule out' ex Top Gear host's BBC return
Woman filmed launching racist tirade against men on the Tube for speaking in 'own lingo'
The West has it totally wrong on Lee Kuan Yew
David Cameron calls Labour 'hopeless, sneering socialists' while announcing 7-day NHS plans
- 1 Germanwings crash: Captain of doomed plane was only 'on board because he changed job to spend more time with his children'
- 2 Ohio Democrat Teresa Fedor speaks out during abortion debate to reveal she has been raped – and is interrupted by laughter from Republicans
- 3 Gamers confess the worst things they've done in The Sims
- 4 Germanwings crash: 'Andreas Lubitz planned to marry pregnant girlfriend', claims German report
- 5 Germanwings plane crash: Transcript reveals passengers 'screamed for over five minutes' before plane crashed into mountain