Day In a Page
Saturday, 17 December 2011
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- Tim Lott: We're off to see the Wizard – with ET and The Godfather
- Richard Dawkins: Illness made Hitchens a symbol of the honesty and dignity of atheism
- Alice Jones: It only takes a little imagination to bring a ghost town back to life
- Paul Vallely: War is messy, but peace is demanding
- DJ Taylor: The limitless power of self-delusion
- Patrick Cockburn: This is just the start of the struggle
- Hugh Bonneville: It's so inspiring to see Merlin's committed workforce in action
- Harriet Walker: I've ended up living like a deposed Royal
- David Randall: What did France ever do for us?
- Ben Chu: Is France really in a better state than the UK?
- Alice Jones: Sometimes, a little investment can go a long way
- The IoS Diary (18/12/2011)
- Tim Walker: Why I snarl when an inspector calls
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- Tips and deals of the week: Bric's new luggage range, Kuoni, and Sofitel's new Mumbai hotel
- Mark Jones: Magazine or ebook with your onboard meal, Sir?
- Katie Holland: Santa Claus is coming to town – on a speedboat in scuba gear
- Simon Calder: Why do 21st-century travellers need tickets?
- Travel Agenda: Champs-Elysées Mac Mahon; The Cube; Istanbul; Cathay Pacific
- Open Jaw: 'Ryanair runs a basic bus service and does it well'
- Travel Challenge: The detox
- My life in travel: Ruth Jones, actress and screenwriter
- Something to declare: Darwin; flight 'phishing' scam; Japanese trains; Seychelles
- Getting ready to be hip in the city of squares
- Ella's excellent adventures in Lululand
- Andalucía sets the standard for high-speed rail journeys
- Four special cities: Córdoba, Sevilla, Granada and Cádiz
- Andalucian Paradores
- Active Andalucía
- The Lonely Planet Journey: The Glacier Express
- The Hedonist: St Petersburg
- Indulge on Moorish influences
- On The Road: A corner of the Catalan capital where absurdity meets innovation
- Journey to the source: Design in Helsinki
- Andalucía's hidden gems
- Anchovies or oranges – the choice is yours
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- The sun hasn't yet set on domestic solar energy
- Consumer rights: 'Why was my £1,000 electricity bill almost forty times the usual?'
- Julian Knight: Now's the time to protect your cash from euro threat
- David Kuo: Follow the scent of Apple's juicy bank balance to survive the slowdown
- The Bargain Hunter: Timely half-price sale at Toys R Us
- Over 4.5 million forced to use financial safety net
- Donald MacInnes: Here's a tip – when in the US be generous with your gratuities
- Mark Dampier: Cautious Snowden is set for a rapid turnaround
- Five Questions About: Saving energy
- Simon Read: Finding trustworthy financial advice - how readers deal with it
- Derek Pain: Surviving the turmoil and panic of an eventful year
- Spotlight On: NFA Children's Savings Account
- Dogs saved as PayPal agrees to unlock cash
- Where to find a financial winner in uncertain times
- Questions Of Cash: Why have HomeServe if we have to pay for a plumber?
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Alex Salmond has 'broken his word to the Scottish people' says Scottish Lib Dem leader
- 1 PlayStation and Xbox hacked by Lizard Squad
- 2 Christmas comes early to Hong Kong, as millions of bank notes spill out onto busy street
- 3 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 4 British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
- 5 Vagina canoe artist defends herself over ‘obscenity’ charges