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- Hugh Burnett: Television producer who created the legendary series 'Face to Face'
- Fr Jorge Hourton: Priest who fought for human rights in Chile
- Hugh Carless: Diplomat who explored the Hindu Kush with Eric Newby
- Dr Horst-Eberhard Richter: Peace activist and psychoanalyst
- Cesaria Evora: Cape Verde's soulful 'barefoot diva'
- Zdenek Miler: Czech animator known for his lovable Mole character
- Leading article: The goal of freedom that is shared across the world
- Leading article: Liverpool's own goal in racism fight
- Leading article: Alarming hints of future power struggles in Iraq
- Leading article: A very Downton Abbey Christmas
- Leading article: BA plus BMI equals less competition
- Leading article: The test of reform will be whether adoptions rise
- Harriet Walker: Many happy returns to the Single Girl
- Luke Blackall: Crisis time for members' clubs
- Harriet Walker: Fifty years on, let's embrace once more the spirit of Helen Gurley Brown
- John Rentoul: What Next for Labour?
- Patrick Cockburn: Some say Maliki is paranoid. And it's no wonder given the violence of Iraqi politics
- John Kampfner: How did Obama end up appeasing the neocons?
- Lisa Markwell: I'm making a list, I'm checking it twice...
- Simon Kelner: 2011: the year that taught me to value friends
- Martin Hickman: Coalition strikes a blow for hard-pressed shoppers
- Jessica Duchen: Il Volo may be many things, but opera they are not
- Airlines cleared to use Santa's short-cut
- Faster, cheaper, cleaner: a revolution in flying
- Simon Calder: A new horizon? Start with the Axis of Ealing
- Ryanair refuses to back down in credit card row
- Travel Agenda: Tierra Patagonia hotel; Virgin Holidays; The Beach Tomato Shack; Samoa; Ryanair
- Something to declare: Transatlantic in style; Sydney; car rentals from airports; Eurostar compensation
- My Life in Travel: Nick Broomfield, documentary film-maker
- Open Jaw: Airlines go for Olympic gold
- The Bargain Hunter: Last-minute gifts on the high street
- Questions Of Cash: Co-op says sorry after debit-card mix-up sparks a 'No' from ATMs
- Simon Read: Changes to travel money charges can't come soon enough
- Have faith in debt charities: More people are turning to organisations which help the poor
- Five Questions About: Coping with the big freeze
- Donald MacInnes: A glutton for punishment, my card’s really on the ropes this time
- Derek Pain: Portfolio's still in profit after 13 years of ups and downs
- Money Insider: Stay buckled up as roller coaster ride isn't over yet
- Mark Dampier: Volatile market has fund managers flummoxed
- 1 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 2 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 3 Exclusive: How MI5 blackmails British Muslims
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Exclusive: Woolwich killings suspect Michael Adebolajo was inspired by cleric banned from UK after urging followers to behead enemies of Islam
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