Day In a Page
Saturday, 27 February 2010
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- Tories turn right to mend their broken poll lead
- Ashcroft's election war-chest targets marginals
- Blair 'was depressed over Iraq'
- A junket? Certainly not. More champers, anyone?
- Ed Miliband becomes target of hackers bent on embarrassing politicians
- 'Ashcroft money' casts long shadow over rivals
- Why the real Alan Sugar hates to fire his employees
- Gordon Brown, bullying, and what we've learnt about life at No 10
- Jack Dromey selected for safe Labour seat
- Village People: 27/02/2010
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- Quake kills 210 and triggers tsunami
- Pacific tsunami fears following Chile quake
- Ice and glass fall into NYC building atrium
- Americans redraw the map to erase 'offensive' names
- Utah women may face murder charges after miscarriages
- Governor quits poll race amid scandal
- Leno returns to late night, but can he rule?
- Baby dies as doctors scuffle
- The seven-hour verdict that cost Thaksin $1.4bn
- Shoe incident gave Wen's mother haemorrhage
- Rescuers battle to save Chile quake victims
- Suicide car bomber kills four in northwest Pakistan
- Junta rejects Suu Kyi appeal as election looms
- An artist's struggle for justice in China
- Taliban strike at heart of Kabul, killing at least 16
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- US banks veto 'socialist pay' in secret talks
- Mountain of bad debt leaves Lloyds £6.3bn in red again
- Lloyds' charity cuts ruin TSB bicentenary
- VT's former boss and current investor critical of Babcock bid
- MoD delays Cyprus contract decision to 'complete analysis of the offers'
- Nexus to deal with Nasa hackers
- Egg-sized diamond sold to Hong Kong jeweller for a record $35m
- Upgraded InterCity train plan on hold until after the election
- Jaguar Land Rover roars back into £60m profit
- Italian billionaire Scaglia flies into custody to fight tax fraud charges
- William Hill hit by a dearth of draws
- Darling cautious on economic recovery
- Harrods' pension fund sale off
- The City Diary: Sir Tom Hunter: Big losses hit entrepreneur’s charity giving
- Head over heels: Designer plans own shoe shop
- Karren Brady vows to sort out West Ham's finances
- City warns Crozier will struggle to turn ITV around
- US growth rate revised upwards to 5.9% in Q4
- Business Diary: 27/02/2010
- EU says Greece to miss deficit targets
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- John Cale: The long reign of the alternative Prince of Wales
- Brian Little: Villa's big man is still going hell for leather
- Sayeeda Warsi: The Tory peer who never plays it safe
- Sachin Tendulkar: Little master
- My Week: Emma Edwards
- 'I was young and foolish...': The truth behind David Bailey's legendary way with women
- How We Met: John Barrowman & Jodie Prenger
- My Secret Life: India Hicks, interior designer, 42
- Making the breast of things: Part two of Debbie Chazen's cancer diary
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- Luisa Dillner: Mothers-in-law are lovely, in their place. Their own place, that is
- DJ Taylor: The drive to celebrityville
- E Jane Dickson: It takes more than one to make a teenage pregnancy
- Amy Jenkins: The writing is on the wall for homeopathy, and not before time
- Julian Baggini: Suicide can be a rational choice
- The truth is out there: 27/02/2010
- Rhiannon Harries: Peering into the not-so-brave new world of students and substances
- Andrew Tyrie: How many more times will they change the story on torture?
- Sophie Heawood: John Peel would have loved 6Music. And now it's going
- Brian Baptie: This was 500 times more powerful than Haiti tremor
- Duncan McCargo: Compromise is needed in this polarised country
- Deborah Ross: 'Toni Terry may well forgive John but then again she may well not,' said An Insider. Hey, can anyone have a guess?'
- Matthew Bell: The IoS Diary (28/02/10)
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- The Last Word: Destruction of English dream will be legacy of Terry's disgrace
- Football in brief: Benitez hit by Skrtel broken foot but Johnson is near first-team return
- Wright-Phillips: 'It was frustrating, but Mourinho is still the special one for me'
- Neil Warnock: How Cup knockout, M6 roadworks and FA alarm call make for a grim 24 hours
- Police warn fans over World Cup tickets
- Why does Africa lack faith in its coaches?
- Outside the Box: Sir Stan's magic boots are more special than throwaway Jose
- Torres back among the goals for Liverpool
- Wenger slams 'horrific' tackle on Ramsey
- Tevez steps into limelight as Chelsea turn to farce
- Bridge makes a point as City leave with all three
- Premier League finances: the latest club accounts
- Storrie to go as cuts begin at Portsmouth
- The debt league: How much do clubs owe?
- Team-mates of Terry send Bridge texts of support
- Ferguson told to end BBC boycott
- Boring, boring Birmingham so safe and well
- Yebda lifts spirits as Pompey solve the Carlisle conundrum
- Knight earns his spurs with Bolton rescue
- Terry's slip-ups are fast becoming a scandal
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- BBC staff with private health cover get £200 to use NHS
- A pill to cure social drinkers?
- Government to clamp down on 'health tourists'
- Nigel Hawkes: Booze Britain? No, we're drinking less
- Snacking for happiness
- Taps running dry in water-rich Cameroon
- Geo-engineering: the planet's savior or untested danger?
- Health-conscious, green? Chew on this!
- WFP to set up first Asian disaster relief base in Malaysia
- IVF treatment linked to higher stillbirth rate: Danish study
- Record low Mekong River poses threat to millions
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- Most active Facebook games: A barnstorming week for 'FarmVille'
- Weekly Japanese video game hardware chart: PlayStation 3 surges in popularity
- Nintendo to launch bigger console in Europe, US next month
- Most active Facebook games of the past four weeks: 'FarmVille' rules the roost
- Top 10 YouTube video game videos of the week: "But you haven't completed the level"
- 'Alice in Wonderland' released on Nintendo
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- Album: Joanna Newsom, Have One on Me (Drag City)
- Mika, Academy, Birmingham
Girls, Audio, Brighton
- Album: Alphabeat, The Beat Is...(Polydor)
- Album: Polar Bear, Peepers (Leaf)
- Album: The Knife, Tomorrow, in a Year (Rabid/Brille)
- Album: Various artists, Next Stop Soweto – Township Sounds...(Strut)
- Album: Dan Berglund's Tonbruket, Tonbruket (Act)
- Album: Tunng,...And Then We Saw Land (Full Time Hobby)
- Album: Turin Brakes, Outbursts (Cooking Vinyl)
- Album: Ellie Goulding, Lights (Polydor)
- Album: Mark Lockheart and the NDR Big Band, Days Like These (Fuzzy Moon)
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- Capitalism: A Love Story, Michael Moore, 126 mins, (12A)
- Exit Through the Gift Shop, Banksy, 87 mins
- Micmacs, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 102 mins, (12A)
Everybody's Fine, Kirk Jones, 99 mins, (12A)
- DVD: Fantastic Mr Fox, For retail & rental (20th Century Fox)
- DVD: Katalin Varga, For retail & rental (Artificial Eye)
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- Byron in Love, By Edna O'Brien
- The Victorians: Britain Through the Paintings of the Age, By Jeremy Paxman
- The Little Stranger, By Sarah Waters
- Apathy For the Devil, By Nick Kent
- Americans in Paris, By Charles Glass
- No and Me, By Delphine de Vigan
- A Single Man, By Christopher Isherwood
- By The Sword, by Richard Cohen
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Sarah Barrell: With emigration on the rise, are holidays a way to test foreign waters?
- Katy Holland: Is it really necessary to make children cry in the cause of protecting them?
- Searched, scanned, suspected, subjected to sniffer dogs – is airport security really working?
- Tips and deals: 28/02/2010
- Simon Calder: A joke that is wearing thin for BA's passengers
- A to Z of the greatest journeys on Earth
- My Life In Travel: Mark Carwardine, environmentalist, writer, television presenter and wildlife photographer
- Travel Agenda: Centenary of Chopin's birth; festival of Holi; new Quay West Resort and Spa in Noosa
- Something To Declare: Mexico; board with your mobile; Flanders in bloom; East Coast Trains
- European high speed rail services to resume
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- Underfloor heating: luxury and a sound investment
- A few clicks can unearth online bargains
- How far will the banks go to entice new customers?
- Wealth check: 'I'd like to buy my first home, but is it wise?'
- Rock savers will lose their 100 per cent guarantee on savings
- FSA warns of dramatic increase in overseas share fraudsters targeting British investors
- Five questions to ask about: Overdrafts
- Spotlight: Santander's 3.5% cash ISA
- Wealth Check: 'How can I make my business more successful?'
- Mark Dampier: Standard Life's matrix picks the winners
- Consuming Issues: How to stop the builder cowboys ripping you off
- Posh but poor: the perils of middle-class poverty
- Derek Pain: If it's not silence, it's lead pipe cruelty from the analysts
- Questions Of Cash: 'Flights times were changed – but no one told us'
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: 'I love my birthdays, but they can cause logistical problems'
- Money Insider: Impressive ISAs from high-street heavyweights
- Is China the investment opportunity of the year, or a bubble?
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Ukip supporters are 55 or older, white and socially conservative, finds British Social Attitudes Report
JK Rowling responds to fan tweeting she 'can't see' Dumbledore being gay
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
- 1 East 17 bandmember Brian Harvey in 'very desperate situation’
- 2 Vladimir Putin says Russia will fight for the right of Palestinians to their own state
- 3 WrestleMania 31 results: Seth Rollins stuns WWE as he cashes in Money in the Bank contract to claim title from Brock Lesnar
- 4 Ohio Democrat Teresa Fedor speaks out during abortion debate to reveal she has been raped – and is interrupted by laughter from Republicans
- 5 Germanwings plane crash: I have depression. That doesn't make me a psychopath