Day In a Page
Wednesday, 17 October 2012
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- Bill Drake: Hull rugby league stalwart
- Colonel Clive Fairweather: Soldier who went from the SAS to inspector of Scottish prisons
- David Lyn: Actor who fought for Welsh theatre
- Harris Savides: Acclaimed cinematographer
- Arlen Specter: Influential Senator for the Democrats and Republicans
- Padraic Fallon: Financial journalist who went on to head a billion-pound business
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- Hospitals should spend little, but spend it well
- Both Obama and Romney had good moments last night, and they just about cancelled each other out
- The night football's big guns fell silent in the rain
- Why this pen and ink about suppressing Charles's letters?
- Gary was unlucky. He's not even a good hacker
- How women feed babies isn't just about statistics
- Would £1,000 really get you some satisfaction?
- The Coalition’s £235m wages are robbery down on the farm
- Everyone has it in for the Germans at this EU summit. But their stalling this time has a point
- BBC Director-General, Governor of the Bank of England: Today’s top jobs are too big for anyone
- Beware George Osborne, we ‘environmental Taliban’ are on the march
- It was a mistake to cut the EMA. Mr Milburn should think about similar grants to improve social mobility
- It’s too late for Amanda Todd, but we must out the cyber-bullies
- Prince Charles's letters prove the idea of a politically neutral monarch is a conservative delusion
- Universities have their work cut out to improve social mobility
- What a chance encounter with a young Graeme Swann taught me about the Kevin Pietersen saga
- Was Jimmy Savile a necrophiliac too?
- They say the countryside's where you go to retire, I say these rural idylls should come with a warning
- Why are they trending? John Terry, Megan Fox and #AntiSlaveryDay
- US liberals breath a sigh of relief as Tuesday night's debate reveals Obama's fighting spirit
- A Tory MP's View: Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell is damaged goods, but far too stubborn to resign
- Jimmy Savile, Lance Armstrong, Wyclef Jean: would it be better for all if celebrities stayed out of charity?
- For all the fuss over interference, there's nothing in Prince Charles' letters that we don't already know
- If the aim is to increase breastfeeding rates, mums should be supported, not scolded
- Anti-Slavery Day: Protection and justice for trafficked children should be paramount - regardless of their immigration status
- Anti-Slavery Day: Child sexual exploitation should be at the top of the crime agenda
- The story of Sara, a teenager trafficked to the UK for forced prostitution
- Sketch: Let him who is without sin ask the first question
- Anti-Slavery Day: One victim of child sex trafficking is one too many
- 'Racist' is the new black: let’s only call it racism when it really is racist
- An odyssey of 3,400 miles, from Wales to Cameroon, and our brave cuckoo runs out of luck
- In the wake of the Savile scandal, only the complete abolition of the BBC will do
- Tories out to banish memory of Mensch
- Maggie Smith is right about Hollywood's obsession with youth. The whole industry is blinkered
- Politicians, World of Warcraft, and the perils of videogame addiction
- Like an agitated 15th century Pope, David Cameron reverted to 'Flashman' type in PMQs today
- Why do politicians, celebrities and the media flock to Gary McKinnon's cause but stay silent about the likes of Talha Ahsan from Tooting?
- If hospital figures for food spend are so wildly inaccurate, what else are they getting wrong?
- Why did the BBC use real footage of disabled people being tortured in a trailer?
- A lot has changed since Jimmy Savile's time, but shame and stigma still allow sex abuse to thrive
- Why are they trending? Uefa, Booker and Emmerdale
- How can a man argue women's rights?
- Do the British public want human rights? In the last resort, it will be up to them - and rightly so
- Barack Obama as the Comeback Kid: how a strong performance halted Mitt Romney's momentum
- Sketch: Clegg kicks ass but Beast of Bolsover shows that dinosaurs aren't extinct
- The Cromwell steamroller triumphs
- Eton boys do Gangnam Style parody
- The latest hot internet trend: Passive-agressive wi-fi names
- The woman who breastfeeds her dog
- The photos Victoria's Secret don't want you to see
- No mane course? Why it's not just Tesco's burgers putting horse meat off the menu
- Mr. Putin's gift to terrorists
- Greek football team sponsored by brothel
- Climate change denial is a right-wing conspiracy
- Will The Guardian stop printing papers?
- Reaction: Obama vs Romney presidential debate, round two
- Nevermind the Rotterdam heist, real-life thieves aren't glamorous
- Caitlin Moran wins Attitude magazine's ‘Honorary Gay of The Year' award
- Could Gnesa be the new Rebecca Black?
- Video: Obama and Romney give Candy Crowley a hard time during the second Presidential Debate
- Editorial: Real shops can still have a place on the high street
- Editorial: Our extradition rules need the shake-up that the Gary McKinnon reprieve has delivered
- Editorial: Banning teams is the way to tackle football racism
- Editorial: A step forward for the judiciary
- Editorial: MPs might just deserve a pay rise
- Editorial: A bad heir day for the Attorney-General
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- Fury at minister Richard Benyon's 'astounding' refusal to ban deadly bird poison
- Revealed: The secrets of UK's migrating painted lady butterfly population
- Heaven knows she's a miserable elephant now...
- In the deep: Antarctica's emperors make photographer's dream come true
- Ban on Indian tiger tours is lifted
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Nigel Farage defends Kerry Smith 'ch***y' comment: 'If you are going for a Chinese, what do you say you’re going for?'
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Panic Saturday: 13 million Britons spend £1.2bn – while 13 million others across the country live in poverty unable to afford food
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
- 1 Planes go hybrid-electric in important step to greener flight
- 2 North Korean prison officers 'cooked prisoner's baby and fed it to their dogs', more horrific accounts from UN report reveal
- 3 Antonio Martin shooting: Mayor says there should be 'no comparison' to Ferguson
- 4 Antonio Martin shooting: Police and protesters clash over teenager's death just five miles from Ferguson, Missouri
- 5 British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh