Day In a Page
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
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- Dame Elizabeth Taylor: Actress whose life and career made her the last of the great Hollywood stars
- Pinetop Perkins: Boogie-woogie and blues pianist who worked with Muddy Waters
- Johnny Pearson: Composer, pianist and arranger who worked on ‘Top of the Pops’ during three decades
- Professor Murdoch Mitchison: Biologist who established himself as the foremost authority on the cell cycle in yeast
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- Leading article: Between growth and stability lies dangerous terrain for Mr Osborne
- Leading article: Yemen's autocrat who has played on Western fears to cling to power
- Leading article: Israel and Palestine are even further away from peace
- Leading article: BBC savings have to come from somewhere
- Leading article: Citizens of the world, united
- Kim Sengupta: The resistance has foundered on its own indiscipline and farcical ineptitude
- Geoffrey Macnab: Icon who evoked a lost world of film glamour
- Katherine Butler: Painful and damning, but findings which should inspire renewal
- Uri Dromi: Only the Palestinians will be weakened by this attack
- David Prosser: The danger of asking richer industries to finance the recovery
- Sean O'Grady: For Britain a one speed recovery beckons – slow
- Laurie Penny: A shark in a tank is no use to us, thanks
- Patrick Cockburn: A crucial US ally against Middle East terrorism or a safe haven for al-Qa'ida?
- John Rentoul: Gove recruits another Blairite
- John Rentoul: Is this big foot?
- John Rentoul: The Great Tax Unsimplifier
- John Rentoul: Is John Rentoul a closet Tory?
- Alice-Azania Jarvis: Damage has already been done to my finances
- Natalie Haynes: Let's start by losing those property shows
- John Rentoul: Sometimes we need a bit of Commons traditionalisation
- John Rentoul: A Dog That Just Barked
- John Rentoul: Was all alien life sucked into a black hole after 'white dwarf hypernova' star explosion... and could it wipe us out too?
- John Rentoul: And the New Statesman's view on Libya is ...
- Oliver Wright: Why Osborne's leaked his budget
- Sean O'Grady: Also-ran has so far confounded all his critics
- Talbot Church: Jealousy stalks Kate 'Barbie' Middleton
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- You Write the Caption - 24/03/11
- Simon Rice: Learning to tame the beasts of Formula One
- Jane Bainbridge: In it for the long run: one month to go
- Gareth Purnell: iBet: Simply - England are better than Wales
- James Goyder: English Former Philippines Head Coach Simon McMenemy is on His Way to Vietnam
- Gareth Purnell: iBet: Blackburn's run-in looks the toughest
- US, Canadian teams unite to aid environment
- India beat World Cup holders Australia
- England all-rounder Michael Yardy leaves World Cup with depression
- It is time for Collingwood to hobble off into the sunset
- Adil Rashid called into England World Cup squad
- India v Australia as it happened
- West Indies suffer 10 wicket defeat against Pakistan
- Former England cricketer Fred Titmus has died
- Ricky Ponting denies rumours of retirement
- Seven arrested after 105 policeman fall ill at World Cup
- Pakistan v West Indies as it happened
- Dominic Cork: Murali no longer mystery for England's believers
- Rajan's Wrong 'Un: Can Pakistan tame ruthless Windies?
- McLaren fear being left behind when flag drops on new season
- 2011 Formula One season preview
- Lewis Hamilton reiterates commitment to McLaren
- Mark Webber hits back after Lewis Hamilton's 'drinks company' jibe
- Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone labels FIA 'a joke'
- Hamilton to steer clear of trouble Down Under
- Simon Rice: Learning to tame the beasts of Formula One
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- 'Arma 2' ups its game ahead of 'Operation Flashpoint' sequel
- US carrier first to support Google Voice on its devices
- Giveaways, earthquake gaming, FPS mario, salt: global gaming videos
- An entry-level handset built to 'Astound' first time smartphone users
- Latest web browsers disappear into background
- YouTube spotlight: one man performs entire Disney musical mashup
- Weekly video game releases: Nintendo 3DS, 'Shift 2: Unleashed'
- iPad 2 rivals slim down, speed up while matching 'magic' price
- Amazon opens Appstore, Apple files suit
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- Casting search for Tupac biopic goes online
- The Tribeca Film Festival launches online streaming
- Filmography of Elizabeth Taylor
- Actress Elizabeth Taylor dies
- Ian McShane climbs aboard 'Jack the Giant Killer'
- MTV Movie Awards voting begins
- Elizabeth Taylor: Violet-eyed movie queen
- 'World's longest film' premieres in Helsinki
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- Tube workers balloted for action
- EasyJet launches holiday brand
- BAA blamed for 'ineffective' snow response
- Good to go: Australia; Hip Hotels; Iberia
- Aviation tax: Flights tax increase is grounded for a year
- Weekly US agenda: Artexpo, CinemaCon
- 2011's tourism hotspots: What to do in Papua New Guinea
- Spain's Canary Islands post tourism jump on Arab revolts
- Bhutan turns up the happiness for tourism marketing
- Index of air quality in the world's major cities: March 23
- Hotel prices jump ten percent across Europe
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- Educational institutions in the Netherlands
- The Netherlands: when the deal is this good, why are you still at home?
- The Netherlands: the hardest part is deciding what to study
- The Netherlands: cash in on a double dose of Dutch hospitality
- The Netherlands: you could be on a course by this autumn
- The Dutch Masters: a golden age of opportunity
- The Netherlands: a relaxing way of life and learning
- "Sprechen sie Deutsch? Nein? No problem..."
Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
The political class is doing what Hitler couldn’t – destroying Britain
Scottish independence: Nationalist leader Jim Sillars threatens pro-union companies with 'day of reckoning' after independence
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
- 1 Thailand beach murders: Thai PM suggests 'attractive' female tourists cannot expect to be safe wearing bikinis
- 2 Scottish independence: Learn from Quebec's mistakes and beware of promises. Vote Yes.
- 3 A bottle of wine a day is not bad for you and abstaining is worse than drinking, scientist claims
- 4 Revealed after 75 years of secrecy: 'Fifi' the glamorous WW2 special agent who tested British spies' resolve
- 5 Have you heard about the film Singapore has banned its people from watching? Well, you have now