Day In a Page
Friday, 22 October 2010
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- Les Gibbard: Artist held to be one of the finest political cartoonists of his generation
- Mel Hopkins: Footballer in the great 1960s Spurs side who also excelled for Wales in the 1958 World Cup
- Bob Guccione: Magazine publisher whose 'Penthouse'' fortune disappeared when his soft-porn empire crumbled
- Malcolm Allison
- Ari Up: Rebellious and confrontational singer with punk-reggae band the Slits
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- Amy Jenkins: There's only so much truth our online selves can allow
- AC Grayling: Knowing our fate is the first step to coping with the pain of hard times
- Melanie McDonagh: The shadows cast by unresolved traumas
- Vicky Pryce: The Chancellor doesn't need a Plan B
- Jerome Taylor: Wikileaks has revelled in its new found notoriety
- Nigel Hawkes: Full disclosure can make some citizens uneasy
- Patrick Cockburn: Echoes of El Salvador in tales of US-approved death squads
- Deborah Ross: 'I've come down with Apprenticitis'
- John Rentoul: The Next Emancipation
- John Rentoul: The unseen election
- John Rentoul: Ageless story
- John Rentoul: Would David Cameron have won this week's general election?
- John Rentoul: Norman Baker Speaks II
- John Rentoul: Norman Baker Speaks
- DaveClements: Is the Big Society the good society
- John Rentoul: Will transsexuals destroy women's sport?
- John Rentoul: Why Clegg Changed His Mind
- Ben Chu: What did Ireland get wrong, Rupert?
- John Rentoul: The Sound of Silence
- John Rentoul: Will the Federal Reserve Cause a Civil War?
- Simon Blake: A policy obsession with teenage mothers? Yes please!
- Dr Jan Macvarish: Why is policy obsessed with teenage pregnancy?
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- Vettel beats Webber to pole in South Korea
- Scare stories put to bed as the 'Vegas of Asia' opens for business – just
- Webber fastest during Korea practice
- Webber: We're all in the same boat with Korea track, so get on with it
- Watch the GT1 Championship live!
- Hamilton hopes lifted by new wings but Webber adapts best to tricky track
- Latest stats and standings in the F1 race centre
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- Cosmonaut food prices skyrocket due to inflation: official
- Food show connects North and South America
- 'Catholic pub' opens in historic Rome crypt
- Fast food chains menus are expanding in unlikely ways
- Starbucks adds double-shot of Internet to cafe life
- Food trends to peak in 2011: special needs, urbanism, on-demand
- The culture of the Whopper: UAE, the Netherlands, 'Virgins'
- See 15 new foods from around the world awarded for innovation
- Japanese brewers serve up seasonal beers
- Giant food festival opens in Italy
- 'White gold' in high demand this season, cheaper in Asia
- Probiotics in yogurt boost benefits of broccoli
- Spain's cafe smokers take last few puffs
- Low-dose aspirin slashes colon cancer risk - study
- Sex, lies and pomegranate juice focus of US legal battle
- Gene therapy could treat depression: US research
- How marathon runners can avoid 'the wall'
- Weekly health and fitness agenda: Men's Health World Congress
- Australian study finds diabetes link to flabby dads
- Man eats only potatoes for two months
- 'Harm reduction cigarettes' light up health concerns
- Review round-up: 'DefJam Rapstar' vs 'DJ Hero 2'
- Designer and premium 3D glasses with prescriptions
- HP unveils 'Slate 500' tablet computer for professionals
- Weekly high-tech hot topics in the blogs: MacBook Air, Facebook privacy breach, WP7 reviews
- 'Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam' priced in new trailer
- Sony ships 1 million new Move controllers, preps for demand
- StumbleUpon top 5 rated websites: mountainous avalanche zone, alpine goats
- Weekly tech agenda: SocialTech 2010, Enterprise 2.0 Summit
- Current Twitter trends: Bilbo Baggins, Martin Freeman, Maria Sharapova, Baracka Flacka
- 'It Gets Better' message for gay youth in US goes viral
- Windows 7 celebrates one-year anniversary, being fastest-selling OS in the world
- 'Kinectimals' website launches to promote Kinect's digital pets
- 'Mega' technology trends for 2011
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- Travellers to France warned over protests
- Simon Calder: End of the line for the Thomas Cook book
- Something To Declare: Melbourne; north and east by train; Indonesia; Tokyo
- Travel challenge: European Christmas markets
- Traveller's Guide: Round-the-world flights
- My Life In Travel: Miriam Margolyes, actress
- Travel Agenda: Ski and Snowboard Show; NuBeginnings' luxury bootcamp; A Hedonist's guide to Marrakech; Trou aux Biches resort in Mauritius
- Last chance to see Inca treasures in Europe
- Wacky world - weekly offbeat travel roundup
- European hotel chain heads to Manhattan
- Weekly hotel openings roundup - France, Japan, Peru and the US
- Weekly travel agenda: Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show
- China launches own version of Google Earth
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Consuming Issues: Swinging axe at every quango will not pay off
- Money Insider: Providers battle for maturing NS&I fixed-rate balances
- Questions Of Cash: 'Halifax admits it let you down on ISA transfer'
- Britain's building societies are key to getting decent financial services
- The Bargain Hunter: The big Blue Cross sale
- Mark Dampier: Nimble Strategic Bonds could be the wise choice
- Derek Pain: A small round of applause for Richoux's placing with a premium
- Five Questions About: Safer online shopping
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: 'I'm going to Berlin – and I'll want to spend'
- Simon Read: Hardship and bankruptcies loom as unfair cuts hit home
- Social housing cuts set alarm bells ringing in rental sector
Land for gas: Merkel and Putin discussed secret deal could end Ukraine crisis
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
Richard Dawkins tweets: 'Date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse'
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
Boozy, ignorant, intolerant, but very polite – Britain as others see us
A new Russian revolution: The cracks are starting to appear in Putin’s Kremlin power bloc
- 1 Scientists create transparent mouse complete with see-through organs
- 2 Pope Francis issues top 10 tips for happiness
- 3 Disney heiress Abigail disowns her share of family profits in West Bank company
- 4 Israel's propaganda machine is finally starting to misfire
- 5 Amazonian Indian tribe filmed making contact with Brazil village in rare video footage