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
People RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- 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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Durham Free School: 'Creationism taught at' free school facing closure
Nearly 100,000 of Britain's poorest children go hungry after parents' benefits are cut
End of the licence fee: BBC to back radical overhaul of how it is funded
Ex-head of MI6: 'We shouldn't kid ourselves that Russia is on a path to democracy'
Most people think legal tax avoidance is just as wrong as illegal tax evasion, poll suggests
Nigel Farage promises Ukip will not 'stigmatise' would-be migrants – and says he wants 'everyone to speak the same language'
- 1 Autism 'caused by genetics', study suggests
- 2 What happens to your body when you give up sugar?
- 3 Why you should never make assumptions about people with autism
- 4 Tourist films plane's descent just metres above packed Caribbean beach
- 5 Have sex with your iPad thanks to the new sex toy no-one asked for