Day In a Page
Friday, 8 October 2010
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- James J Kilpatrick: Conservative columnist and broadcaster who began as a racist and segregationist but later changed his views
- Moss Keane: Rugby union player hailed as one of the finest Ireland has produced
- Sally Menke: Film editor whose cutting style was a crucial element in the work of Quentin Tarantino
- Basil Davidson: Historian who changed Africans' perceptions of themselves
- Captain Renaud Ecalle: Fighter pilot and world champion aerobatic flyer
- Ian Buxton: One of nineteen men who have played cricket for Derbyshire and football for Derby County
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- Julia Lovell: Beijing values the Nobels. That's why this hurts
- Geoffrey Wheatcroft: Tony Blair was both cause and effect of the depoliticisation of Britain
- E Jane Dickson: We've become a nation of drama queens
- Amy Jenkins: Raised hopes, destroyed souls – must be X Factor time again
- Michael Brown: Between 'fairness' and rough justice
- A distinctly old-school feel to a 'new generation'
- Deborah Ross: 'I do not want to see my true self'
- John Rentoul: Yet more reasons why the Iraq war was right
- John Rentoul: How the leadership election can be saved
- John Rentoul: How the leadership election was won
- Sandy Starr: Has the peer review process lost credibility?
- Sean O'Grady: IMF Annual Meeting: don't expect salvation
- Sean O'Grady: Miliband fails first test by appointing Alan Johnson
- Michael Savage: Fox set to win aircraft carrier skirmish?
- Mark Hughes: Doubts raised once again about Met's marksmen
- Jessica Duchen: The inflections of the flute give it an exotic atmosphere
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- Hamilton cannot afford more slips as season nears a tense climax
- Rain causes qualifying postponement in Japan
- Hamilton: 'I could drive around and not overtake anyone. That's easy. But that's not me'
- Hamilton crashes as Red Bull dominate practice
- Beware Suzuka: the tiniest of slips can send you off the track
- Win tickets to the British GT at Donnington
- Button convinced McLaren can hit back in Japan
Life and Style RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Health care blamed for US slump on global longevity scale
- Heavy metals in Chinese cigarettes pose high risk: study
- Feeling anxious? Herbal supplements can help
- Musicians under fire over tobacco-sponsored Indonesia shows
- Weekly health and fitness agenda: World Sight Day on October 14
- How to tell when good candy has turned bad
- Yahoo! seeks boost from search
- 'League of Legends' scoops five GDC Awards
- First accessory for hands-free Kinect: the 'Game Boat' dinghy
- GetJar out to make mobile phone applications free
- Public vote for Golden Joystick Awards ends October 25
- Facebook Groups dinged for drafting members
- Imagine: Google pays tribute to John Lennon
- StumbleUpon top 5 rated websites: California's giant sequoia trees, historical marker art
- UAE goes back on planned BlackBerry services ban
- Weekly high-tech hot topics in the blogs: Facebook groups, Google TV, Twitter CEO
- Venus Williams stars in stalker-evading video game
- Current Twitter trends: Vargas Llosa, Johnny Depp, Nobel prize
- China blocks news of peace prize for dissident
- Japanese mobile users 'most connected;' US users addicted to social networks
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- Tube delays amid calls for maintenance probe
- Eurostar offers breakfast in London, lunch in Brussels, dinner in Cologne
- Something To Declare: Lake Como; Ski & Snowboard Show; Dutch Caribbean; cash in Russia
- Travel challenge: A half-term holiday park
- My Life In Travel: Norman Jay, DJ
- Simon Calder: The end of the pier, but is it the end of the road?
- Travel Agenda: Hastings week; SpiceJet; The Savoy; Rajasthan International Folk Festival
- Taiwan, Britain to boost flights
- Hotel giant takes Spanish brand global
- Could London flood due to climate change?
- Philippine carrier adds second dancing crew flight
- All the city's a stage in theater-crazed Buenos Aires
- Advertising suffocating Russian capital: heritage official
- Wacky world - weekly offbeat travel roundup
- Airlines unveil 'new deal for transatlantic flyers'
- Weekly hotel openings roundup - Berlin, Brunei and Hawaii
- What's new at The Savoy?
- Central American aviation proves turbulent in October
- Weekly travel agenda: The Savoy reopens
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Wealth Check: 'Running costs of our first home are always more than we budget for'
- The Bargain Hunter: Hot picks at Miss Selfridge
- Mark Dampier: Jupiter fund will rise again after a poor year
- Why it's time to cheque out from your bank
- Consuming Issues: Hey big spender, it's all down to your genes
- Money Insider: Halifax sets pace with ISA standards
- Derek Pain: Nighthawk shares may be scraping the barrel but don't flee the nest
- Spotlight On: Tesco's fixed rate saver
- Simon Read: Falling house prices do not mean it is time to panic
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: Bring on Hallowe'en. I can run to jelly babies
- Questions Of Cash: 'I missed a holiday as bank has my passport'
- Webcast: Are you better off banking elsewhere?
Sustained immigration has not harmed Britons' employment, say government advisers
British jihadist calls for 'flag of Islam' over Downing Street and Buckingham Palace
Australia facing international condemnation after turning around Sri Lankans at sea
7/7 memorial defaced on anniversary of 2005 attacks with ‘Blair lied thousands died’ graffiti
Even when it brutalises one of its own teenage citizens, America is helpless against Israel
There’s a nasty smell in the political air – and it’s coming from the Tories
- 1 Howard Jacobson: Let's see the 'criticism' of Israel for what it really is
- 3 Do you know this man? Amnesia sufferer found in park pleads for help in identifying who he is
- 4 PornHub begs users to stop uploading video clips of Brazil getting beaten 7-1