Day In a Page
Sunday, 20 February 2011
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- Peter York: But who gets invited to the Royal after-party?
- John Curtice: The 'miserable compromise' with modest gains for Clegg
- Gordon Brown: We risk wasting an entire generation
- A soldier writes from Afghanistan
- Molly Tarhuni: Libyans are tired of living in fear – tired of corruption
- David Randall: Modern Turkey would rather not hear about its sultan of swing
- Sophie Heawood: Thin one day, a bump the next. How glamorous!
- Paul Vallely: The Bookless Child and the Postcode Lottery
- Tom Hodgkinson: 'I rejected usury, then it rejected me'
- John Rentoul: Did Jack the Ripper paint this?
- John Rentoul: The "Pariah State" Argument
- Ben Chu: The meaning of the magic of Merlin
- Sarah Morrison: What Wandsworth reveals about the Big Society
- John Rentoul: "Is Cameron leading us to a Big Society gay wedding in Westminster Abbey?"
- John Rentoul: The Blair Doctrine: buried in Libyan sand?
- John Rentoul: Round Objects
- John Rentoul: Quitting the European Court of Human Rights: "Worth a Try"
- Katy Guest: Rant & Rave (20/02/11)
- Melanie McDonagh: The real route to popularity – if you want to get ahead, get a cat
- Matthew Bell: The IoS Diary (20/02/11)
- DJ Taylor: Debo and her muckers continue to thrive
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- Australia cruise to opening World Cup win
- Cricket World Cup ticket prices slashed to attract crowds
- Graeme Swann joins up with England at World Cup
- England refuse Dutch sneak preview in hope of avoiding upset
- Jayawardene century too much for Canada
- James Corrigan: This World Cup is just a little bit rigged but a big bit too long
- Smashing Sehwag inspires India win
- Don't expect any Colly wobbles against the Dutch this time
- Vettori hails bowlers as Kenya out for 69
- Rajan's Wrong-Un: Ganguly's spite no match for great Bedi
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- Electrode therapy aids severe compulsive disorder
- Pediatricians call energy drinks a lot of bull
- Ink-jet printers inspire scientists to make skin
- Oral sex linked to cancer risk
- Egyptian mummy's big toe oldest known prosthesis
- Healthy nibbles for happy hour
- Meat-lovers get food for thought in futuristic US lab
- Flu season has some turning to Chinese remedies
- BAFTA Video Games Awards to be streamed live on March 16
- Rivals say Facebook could be tough sell in China
- Champions shaping up for browser battles
- Most followed microbloggers: Kim Kardashian overtakes Ashton Kutcher
- Current Twitter trends: awful supergroups, Richard Pryor, Queen Gaga
- Video game release date update: 'Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood DLC,' 'Shift 2,' 'Mortal Kombat'
- China's Huawei 'in London Underground phones bid'
- PC download charts: 'Rift,' 'Magicka,' 'Portal 2'
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- The ten best children's days out
- Sarah Barrell: Don't feel pressured by screaming headlines
- Katy Holland: A new arrival is not such a tie; wake up to the baby-cation
- Tips and deals of the week: 20/02/2011
- Budget Europe-Japan flights could be coming soon
- Japan goes crazy for Chinese pandas
- Tokyo's Haneda airport adds international routes
- Australia agenda: Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: February 21
- Augmented reality hotel reviews come to iPad
- India to host new international art biennale
- 'Air trains' could speed up travel: futurists
- Canada's coolest hotel warms hearts
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Katie Hopkins continues campaign to become Britain's most hated talking head with poorly timed Bob Crow tweet
No EU referendum under Labour: Ed Miliband to reveal that vote on membership is ‘unlikely’ in next Parliament if party wins power
Grace Dent: Who cares if she spells it Barraco Barner? Gemma Worrall is more employable than some bookish arts graduate
The rise of Ukip: Study warns Labour that Eurosceptic party's electoral base now 'more working class than any of the main parties'
Europeans have ‘got whiter’ due to natural selection in past 5,000 years, scientists say
Fracking is turning the US into a bigger oil producer than Saudi Arabia
- 1 Is your name now 'banned' in Saudi Arabia?
- 2 Best films on Netflix: 32 movies that will put an end to your scrolling
- 3 Istanbul protesters take 'Ellen selfie' from the back of a police van
- 4 Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Jet ‘hijacking’ began soon after take-off
- 5 Lady Gaga has struggled with eating disorders in the past, so it's indefensible that she's glamourising bulimia in her SXSW set