Day In a Page
Friday, 28 October 2011
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- Barbara Kent: Silent-film actress who worked with Greta Garbo and Harold Lloyd
- Roger Tallon: Pioneering and prolific industrial designer behind early TGV and Eurostar trains
- Begum Nusrat Bhutto: First Lady of Pakistan who fought to keep her family together
- Morag Gilmartin: Political activist and veteran of the CND movement
- Ion Diaconescu: Dissident who aided Romania's move to democracy
- Don Garrard: Bass who made his name with the Sadler's Wells company
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- Leading article: Self-interest dictates a Chinese role in Europe
- Leading article: Long-overdue constitutional change
- Leading article: More than just a bailout plan for the eurozone
- Leading article: The time has come for lighter evenings
- Leading article: Reverting to type on penal reform
- Leading article: A lesson in unintended consequences for Michael Gove
- Jerome Taylor: Mystery of Archbishop who didn't speak for his Church
- Alice Jones: We don't erode language when we abbreviate it. We enrich it. IMHO
- Kerry Brown: Days when the West could lecture Beijing are over
- Nancy McDermott: Are parents up to the job?
- We have created a generation going backwards
- Jeremy Laurance: How could human beings ignore pleas by those in pain?
- Peter Owen-Jones: The Church is now well and truly in the dock
- David Salisbury: Polio - a scourge that should be wiped out
- Tales From The Water Cooler: Thank goodness... a tiny imperfection
- Letter from Simon Kelner: Jobs was admirable, yes, but spare me the details
- John Rentoul: Eyes down
- Company in news-fixing row goes into administration
- Liam O'Brien: 'At night, the cold and the bells make sleep impossible'
- Ed Stocker: No forgiveness in a country haunted by past injustices
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- Q&A: How will the Qantas dispute affect you?
- Coastal Wales 'world's best region'
- The man who pays his way: The long and short of choosing a stopover
- Winter flights: A world of new possibilities
- Travel by numbers: Hallowe'en
- My life in travel: Rick Edwards
- Open Jaw: 'Business travellers don't pay for tickets, so shouldn't grumble'
- Travel Agenda
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- Questions of Cash: My electricity meter is broken but I keep being asked for readings
- The Bargain Hunter: Body Shop offers half-price goodies
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: Hallowe'en is just too ghastly for me
- Junior savings: It's surprising how they grow
- How financially smart is your phone?
- Disputes over trusts soar as slowdown hits assets
- Kate Hughes: Fear running out of cash? Time to take back control of your life
- 1 The hardwired difference between male and female brains could explain why men are 'better at map reading'
- 2 Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
- 3 A forgotten episode in Russian history leaves links with the Philippines
- 4 Hate With Friends: Now you can find out who your Facebook frenemies are
- 5 ‘Put it in my mouth’: Viewers outraged by apparent reference to oral sex in VIP e-cig advert