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Monday, 1 October 2012
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- Malcolm Wicks: MP who fought for the young and the elderly
- Professor Eric Hobsbawm: Historian acclaimed as one of the finest of the 20th century
- George Gallacher: Frontman with Sixties band The Poets
- Professor Phyllis Deane: Leading and influential figure in the field of economic history
- Arthur Ochs Sulzberger: New York Times publisher who fought for press freedom
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- The dangers of delayed diagnosis: why doctors are the first battle in the war against cancer
- These 'savages' created some of history's finest art
- Delayed Diagnosis: 'I get out the pictures of myself in chemo, and go "boom! there you go, proof I understand".'
- If only other post-Soviet leaders would follow Mikheil Saakashvili's dignified example in Georgia
- You'll know that we're on the road to recovery when house prices start rising. And we're not there yet
- The Jimmy Savile abuse scandal means men across Britain will sleep uneasily, remembering past 'conquests'
- Miliband ditches the autocue for his Labour Conference speech, but who planted the tree?
- Eric Hobsbawm wanted to use History to improve lives. Now, about those views on the Soviet Union...
- If Hanna Rosin really thinks this is the end of men, she can't have looked very hard at the evidence
- Mitt Romney will probably make up ground on Barack Obama tonight. What a terrifying thought!
- This week Ed Miliband was likeable and funny. But now we need a serious alternative to austerity
- Excrement in the Turner Prize? And I'm supposed to be surprised?
- Is Ed Miliband the new Benjamin Disraeli?
- Citizen Khan’s Alia: How the hijab got sexy
- Ed Miliband's big speech had echoes of Cameron in opposition. And that's no bad thing
- Miliband's speech was ok on argument, good on delivery, and bad on Labour's atonement
- If only Top Gear and the BBC had the guts to tell Jeremy Clarkson to stop talking for once
- With a pill for every possible situation, pharmaceutical companies see patients as no more than pound-signs
- Is class politics still relevant? Well yes and no
- Will this year's Turner Prize winner stand among the all-time greats?
- It's a seductive business, this hiving off aspects of your personality. Just ask Grant Shapps
- For all the claims made about wealth taxes, it's not correct to say the rich are paying their fair share
- At Labour conference, brother David (Miliband) is anxious to sing from the same hymn sheet
- A cull won't solve our farming problem, so stop blaming the badgers
- Winckler's Wacky World: All ears
- Can videogames really be used for social change?
- Miliband must step up with a powerful message
- The future of cyberspace needs to be a genuinely world wide web. In Budapest this week, here's how we'll make that happen
- Jimmy Savile: Would any jury have convicted him?
- Cherish the grey army of volunteers – none of us would survive without their dedication
- Yes, Nigella, I recall the Great Recipe Famine of 1714
- Balls and Miliband know talking about themselves is easy, but policy is hard. At least they've made a start
- Winning the Ryder Cup is good. But don't mistake an amazing sporting triumph for the European ideal
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: Babysitter blues
- Barack Obama: Has he still got it?
- It's time we faced up to the failures of drone warfare
- Is Ed Miliband hungry enough for power? That's the real test - as his brother David knows only too well
- Mitt Romney: Right's Mr Wrong can still win it
- Mikheil Saakashvili, Bidzina Ivanishvili, and why whoever wins in Georgia it's time to stop dreaming
- 'Damaged goods', 'slut' and 'spinster': Sexist labels against women
- Learn to do everything (except not waste time online)
- Rochdale: Schools need to act in order to thwart sex gangs
- How the Conservatives ruined social housing
- Why are they trending? EdBalls, LincolnshireDay, #thebreakfastclub
- Why the 'couples where women do more housework stay together' study isn't shocking
- Winckler's Wacky World: Bonnie and Clyde bonanza
- Jailing the man who accidentally sent a sexy message to all his contacts was ridiculous
- Barack Obama: Has he still got it?
- Mitt Romney: Right's Mr Wrong can still win it
- Hong Kong goes crazy for Brit baby names
- Video: Leonardo di Caprio produces Vote4Stuff campaign
- The families who passed on their Holocaust tattoo
- Japan's first 'Cuddle Cafe' opens, only £24 to sleep with a girl
- Homeland plot is ‘ridiculous’, says former hostage
- Jose Mourinho: ‘I hate my social life’
- Adele records James Bond ‘Skyfall’ theme
- Naked photos of Prince William on the market
- 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane to host The Oscars
- California bans ‘gay repair’ therapy
- Christina Aguilera: I'm fat, deal with it
- David Blunkett on why our political class are despised
- We need more teen movies
- Liz Jones declares tattoos no longer slutty
- The penis size study: How do British men fare?
- JK Rowling will not abandon home planet
- What is Ed Balls thinking?
- British workers are Europe's most miserable
- Do Americans believe in welfare?
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- England's young apprentices are ruthlessly eliminated by Malinga
- World Twenty20: England's young apprentices are ruthlessly eliminated by Lasith Malinga
- Kevin Pietersen resolution 'nearing an end now - in a positive way' says Andy Flower
- Public apology the price of Kevin Pietersen's England return
- World Twenty20: Victory not enough for India
- World Twenty20: Australia progress despite defeat to Pakistan
- Women's cricket: Taylor ensures unbeaten side avoid West Indies in last four
- World Twenty20: West Indies beat New Zealand in Super Over
- World Twenty20: Virat Kohli blast keeps India in the hunt as Pakistan falter
- World Twenty20: Ominous for England but Eoin Morgan holds key
- Women in last four and best of spirits
- World Twenty20: One-man team Shane Watson makes it four from four for Australia
- Ryder Cup: Europe's incredible fightback completed by Martin Kaymer
- Revealed: How Americans put Rory McIlroy back on course at the Ryder Cup
- James Lawton: Better late than never – Rory McIlroy creates his own time zone of brilliance at the Ryder Cup
- James Lawton: From 12 Ryder Cup heroes, Ian Poulter stands alone as Seve Ballesteros' successor
- Ryder Cup: Bernhard Langer miss gave Martin Kaymer the strength to sink that crucial putt
- Kevin Garside: And the winner of the first Ian Poulter Passion Award is...
- Ryder Cup: Rory McIlroy reunited with policeman who rushed him to Medina's first tee
- Ryder Cup: Jose Maria Olazabal rules out another stint as European captain
- Ryder Cup: All my life I've been told I'd never be anything reveals Ian Poulter
- Ryder Cup: A dose of Chicago blues for Tiger Woods at Medinah
- Ryder Cup: Don't get caught out-of-bounds
- Ryder Cup: European victory party 'a bit wild' says Nicolas Colsaerts
- Ryder Cup: Jose Maria Olazabal says tournament turned on Saturday afternoon
- Ryder Cup: Martin Kaymer thought about Bernhard Langer before crucial putt
- Ryder Cup: 'It was pointless to finish' says Tiger Woods after losing final hole to gift Europe outright victory
- Ryder Cup: Relieved Rory McIlroy explains tee-off time mix-up
- Sergio Garcia: 'I would not have won without Seve Ballesteros'
- Ryder Cup Corner: Europe's sky signs; Etiquette missing; Bilious Barton says...; Pep takes a little peep
- Ryder Cup: Luke Donald freezes out Bubba Watson to launch Europe's day of days
- Ryder Cup: 'Get in the hole!' – a brief history
- The latest Ryder Cup news and highlights
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Daniele Watts: Django Unchained actress detained by Los Angeles police after being mistaken for a prostitute
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
Scottish independence: Yes campaign feels the heat as Alex Salmond's NHS claims come under furious attack
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
£23m Birmingham cycle scheme is attacked by Tory councillor for not catering to the elderly
- 1 Thailand deaths: Pair's bloodied bodies found naked on Koh Tao beach
- 2 Scottish independence: Ireland since 1919 is a lesson for Scotland in what a Yes vote means
- 4 John Travolta addresses former pilot's gay romance allegations publicly for the first time