Day In a Page
Tuesday, 8 February 2011
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- Inge Laird: Poet who was a guiding light of New Departures publications and the Poetry Olympics
- The Ven Ronald Scruby: Archdeacon who overcame injuries sustained after D-Day to serve Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight
- John Barry
- Major Dick Winters: Soldier whose wartime exploits were chronicled in ‘Band of Brothers’
- Gary Moore: Virtuoso guitarist who had his biggest hits with Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy
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- Leading article: Clumsy decentralisation gives succour to the BBC's enemies
- Leading article: A levy that looks like a white flag of surrender
- Leading article: Questions conveniently overlooked
- Leading article: Lung cancer: the only way must be down
- Leading article: The star-mangled banner
- Leading article: California nightmare
- Ian Burrell: Alarm bells ring for Murdoch in his Wapping fortress
- Sean O'Grady: Osborne's City 'friends' may be in for a shock
- Ben Emmerson: The European Court of Human Rights enhances our democracy
- John Rentoul: Is Obama Already A War Criminal?
- Ben Chu: New transparency on bonuses? Nope
- Talbot Church: Caring Kate and Wills to make Red Nose debut
- Ben Chu: The return of the bond vigilantes. Or not.
- John Rentoul: Rank Play-Acting
- John Rentoul: (Tiny Corner of) Paradise Regained
- Deborah Ross: New clothes are a ticket to nowhere fast
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- England blow as Eoin Morgan is ruled out of World Cup
- Trott was hot but has 6-1 loss hurt global goal?
- Chris Tremlett to join England World Cup squad
- Organisers confident of safe cricket World Cup
- Bopara handed World Cup chance after injured Morgan is ruled out
- Nathan Hauritz and Mike Hussey to miss World Cup for Australia
- ICC encouraged by World Cup stadium progress
- Ponting fit enough to 'play tomorrow'
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- 'Metrosexuals' on the rise in Pakistan
- This week's hot products on the web: dehumidifiers, Lego, VAIO, Canon 50D and Nikon D90
- Monster toy trend set to spread to the States
- Retail words of the week: romance is in the air and so is magic pizza
- Zieglers decide to buy faster than Abbotts: study
- Sustainability and innovation honored at New York gift show
- China saw more people divorce than marry in 2010
- New York fashion week: live streams
- Virtual fashion: Urban Outfitters, Barneys, Band of Outsiders
- First look: Kate Moss in new beauty campaign
- New York fashion week: show schedule
- Will Tumblr displace Facebook in fashion?
- Tom Ford is NOT remaking 'Roller Boogie'
- Social media beauty index: get advice from the hair experts
- Social media fashion index: what new designer collaboration is keeping Converse on top?
- Beauty chain launches ingredient-focused online shopping
- Bonham Carter predicts Oscars outfit 'catastrophe'
- Weekly fashion indicators: that 70s feel
- Win two annual gym memberships with Nuffield Health - plus a free two-day pass for every reader
- Study finds link between genes and depression
- How to be happier at work, without changing jobs
- Teen obesity could shrink Australian lifespans
- Study questions botox use for migraines
- Limited node removal may suffice in breast cancer
- iPhone apps for quitting smoking get the thumbs down
- Heart therapy works better in women
- Are brains shrinking to make us smarter?
- Junk food diet linked to lower IQ - study
- WHO confirms swine flu vaccine child narcolepsy concerns
- Want to live to be 100? Get moving and be social
- Current Twitter trends: Bieber Premiere, Blaving, Patriot Act
- Talk to your phone if you want to speak another language
- High-tech product releases: cameras of all shapes and sizes
- Second-generation iPad in production: WSJ
- Weekly video game releases: 'Marvel vs Capcom 3,' 'Tactics Ogre,' 'de Blob 2'
- Almost 40 percent of computer users curse at their PC when they get angry
- Apple trumps Sony, Wal-Mart in online film download war
- Russian faithful flock to get 'sacred texts' on mobiles
- Current Twitter trends: Old Spice Guy, Jules Verne, 'Born This Way'
- The most popular Diggs: Digg's new design, Bing copies from Google, Conan
- Facebook photos swiped for dating website
- Nokia gets delayed E7 mobile phone in some stores this week
- Smartphone usage in the US jumps by 60 percent: comScore
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- Barbra Streisand to perform at the Grammy Awards
- Britney Spears announces new album release date, new video
- 'Carmen' to be taken to the 3D stage
- Most blogged artists: Fleet Foxes, Cold Cave, Young Galaxy
- International top tracks on Last.fm: Rihanna, Adele
- Most blogged artists: Fleet Foxes, White Stripes, James Blake
- Grammy's web pre-show broadcast begins on Friday
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- Anger as Jet2 axes Egypt flights
- Carry on kit...
- Good to go... flight of fancy, island fling, African sun
- Spain expects tourism boost from Egypt, Tunisia unrest
- Wireless mobile charging coming to European airports
- Queensland gears up for tourism recovery
- Asia's top destinations battle to attract Indian tourists
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: February 9
- Quebec's wacky racers: shoe, prawn or caribou?
- 2011's tourism hotspots: what to do in Turku, Finland
- Premium economy coming to Delta
- Cyprus tourism income up 3.8% in 2010
- Boutique hotel proposed for JFK airport
- Vietnam rebrands itself 'A Different Orient'
- How to find out how far your hotel is from the beach
- Palestinians want Bethlehem on UN heritage list
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: February 8
Exclusive: Young people ‘want UK to stay in Europe’: Four in 10 adults aged 18 to 24 are ‘firmly in favour’ of membership, poll shows
Tom Daley ‘is gay because his father died’ says UK evangelist
Iain Duncan Smith leaves Commons food banks debate early
Kiss and yell: Italian protester charged with sexual assault after kissing riot police officer
PM denies two child limit for benefits is part of Tory welfare policy
Anachronistic and iniquitous, grammar schools are a blot on the British education system
- 1 North Koreans are gasping for the truth: Let's give it to them
- 2 Sun will 'flip upside down' within weeks, says Nasa
- 3 Christmas comes early: Justin Bieber is 'retiring from music'
- 4 Burglar steals video tapes of child abuse, hands them into police
- 5 Cycle death inquest: Boyfriend hugs driver of 32 tonne tipper truck that killed his girlfriend