Day In a Page
Sunday, 2 May 2010
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- Jonathan Pontell: Clegg's rise is the sound of Generation Jones clearing its throat
- Julian Baggini: Out of sight, out of mind
- Tim Lott: Sometimes it's hard to be a woman. Or a man. Or human
- Anne Penketh: To bring Tehran and Tel Aviv on board would be giant step
- John Curtice: All still to play for as a Tory majority is far from assured
- Rhiannon Harries: 'Our kids are cheating? Better now than later in life'
- A C Grayling: Why no Asbo for the Pope?
- Ken Ritchie: What's so special about "my" MP?
- Katy Guest: Talk about me behind my back, but make it good
- DJ Taylor: If this election is getting to you, just find a dark room and lie down
- David Randall: So farewell, then, the New Labour years
- Matthew Bell: The IoS Diary (02/05/10)
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- Collingwood 'comfortable' at the helm as England take new tack
- Pakistan waste no time in defending title
- Afghanistan prove their right to compete
- Dhoni delighted after fine Raina ton sends India into Super Eights
- Selectors turn to Kieswetter and Lumb for opening salvo
- On the Front Foot: Applause for ICC as they get charity act together in Caribbean
- Ireland fall under Sammy's magic spell
- Australia seal easy win after remarkable five-wicket over
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- 'Space Invaders' jewelry mixes Parisian elegance and retro gaming chic
- Penelope Cruz to replace Kate Winslet in beauty ads
- Top beauty web sales: Mother's Day beauty for less
- Top fashion web sales: Mother's Day gift ideas
- The future of the beauty market? 8-year-old girls
- One week with Anna Wintour costs $42,500
- Longtime Hermes luxury group boss dies
- Risk-takers prefer this flavor, male hip-hop fans chill with pink
- James Beard Foundation awards "Cookbooks of the Year," honoring Keller and Irish food
- Hong Kong ready to welcome the world of wine
- Asian hangover with Bordeaux 09
- Latte art and James Beard Foundation
- "You ate where?" Ten "worst-named" restaurants
- Are you a "daring" baker or chef?
- 43 OTC medicines for infants and children are recalled
- Fit like a soldier? Think again, look east
- Fears grow as animal disease spreads in S.Korea
- Adults death before 60: inequality on the rise
- Tobacco firms take aim at Bangladeshi, Asian women
- Fat Americans pose a threat to national security
- Hey baby, what’s your blood type?
- Surgeon plans more live-donor liver transplants in Asia
- One million iPads and 12 million iPad apps sold in the US
- Weekly international iPhone apps: Chop Chop Runner, Ninjas Live
- China's online population passes 400 million
- HTC to pay royalties to Microsoft for Android phones
- Google, Germany bury hatchet over 'Street View'
- RIM knocks Motorola off list of top five handset makers
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- British actress Lynn Redgrave dies at 67
- Audience at Tribeca Film Festival chooses Rush rockumentary
- 'Iron Man 2' opens strong around the world
- Twilight’s 'Breaking Dawn' director writes fans on Facebook
- Dream box office sales for 'Nightmare on Elm Street'
- China's cinemas set for record box office in 2010
- First-time directors compete at Romanian film fest
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- Sarah Barrell: 'Glamping' is gone, now brace yourself for the 'greycation'
- Katy Holland: Remember those days when getting there was all part of the fun?
- From watercolour painting to cheese-making...six of the best hands-on holidays
- Tips and deals of the week: 02/05/2010
- United/Continental fares "likely to rise"
- Eco-aware hotel helps guests get around by bike
- Philippines' dirty jeepneys starting to turn green
- "Nuclear" tourism booms
- Struggling JAL cuts more routes
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- Write a DIY will and you could leave your family in the lurch
- How to turn your spare room into a crash pad for tourists
- Julian Knight: We could soon be experiencing our own Greek crisis
- City has priced a hung parliament into share prices
- Consumer rights: Must I pay tax on sale of marital home after split?
- Ignore the pirates and download music legally
The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
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 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 Is Ebola coming to Britain? UK health officials issue warning to doctors as outbreak fears grow
- 4 Richard Dawkins says 'date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse' on Twitter
- 5 Danish TV reporter is all business up top, all party down below