Day In a Page
Thursday, 18 October 2012
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- Sylvia Kristel: Actress who became typecast by her role in the erotic classic 'Emmanuelle'
- Aubrey Leatham: Physician behind the first pacemaker
- Roger Hammond: Environmentalist who helped set up the Living Earth Foundation
- 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
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- Hospitals should spend little, but spend it well
- The Rochdale Cowboy bows out with guns blazing
- 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
- No ideology should be on a pedestal
- It does religion no favours when you have to say grace not once, but twice
- Nick Griffin and the B&B that refused a gay couple: Stay out of hospitality if you won’t serve everyone
- This week's big questions: The end of men, vegetarianism and is Baumgartner a show off?
- Jeremy Hunt and his magic water
- Battle lines are drawn as David Laws returns to take on Danny Alexander
- Gavin and Stacey is heading to America - but it's a long way from Essex to New Jersey
- Errors and Omissions: from Brussels to Croatia, stand up to the march of geographical correctness
- It won't be animal-welfare lobbyists that change the Grand National. It needs the wider public too
- Twitter is a forum for debate, not hate - Nick Griffin should be banned for good
- Shared parental leave is a sign of progress - and one that businesses should do more to welcome
- How my chat with Reggie Kray led to experimenting with acid bath murder
- Obesity operations should not be a 'quick fix' - we're failing to tackle the real problem
- Questionable Time: Dimbleby ventures north of the border to tackle Scottish independence
- This week's wackiest web stories: Islamic swingers parties, mullet-ban and attack of the mutant rats!
- A technology that goes one better than carbon capture could be crucial in fighting climate change
- If we want a society where free and open debate is possible, we need to fight for libel reform
- Sketch: Self-aggrandisement befitting Toad of Toad Hall
- The silent epidemic of head injury in young offenders
- The Friday Quiz: The weirdest on the web
- 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
- Anti-Slavery Day: One victim of child sex trafficking is one too many
- Sketch: Let him who is without sin ask the first question
- Robot could help you lose weight
- War veteran carried mass of shrapnel in his leg for 68 years
- Interview with a troll: ViolentAcrez speaks out
- Xbox-playing teens to be hired as spies
- Man hunts down wife's alleged rapist through Facebook
- More drones for the CIA?
- 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
- Editorial: Not the way to tackle rising energy prices
- Editorial: Real shops can still have a place on the high street
- Editorial: That Andrew Mitchell has now resigned is to be welcomed. It should not have taken so long.
- Editorial: Something to hide, Mr Cameron?
- Editorial: Banning teams is the way to tackle football racism
- Editorial: A step forward for the judiciary
- Editorial: The FBI sting, entrapment in an election year
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- Fury at minister Richard Benyon's 'astounding' refusal to ban deadly bird poison
- Rescheduling of badger cull denied by Whitehall officials
- 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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- Pietersen seals passage to India after Oxford pact
- Kevin Pietersen recalled by England for tour of India
- Alastair Cook: Clock is ticking on Kevin Pietersen but we must get it right
- England need positive performances to put Kevin Pietersen saga behind them says Andrew Flintoff
- Kevin Pietersen: The controversial batsman's career in pictures
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- Take the high road in the Himalayas
- Simon Calder: Flying by numbers: MEB3, petits fours, World's 5-star airline
- East of the river in New York City
- Travel Agenda: Wild isle, Price is right, Picture perfect, On the ranch, Capital gains, Home grow, Hotel style secrets
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Backstage at the world's best hotels
- UK full of doorstep challenges, says guide
- North Carolina: Those magnificent men and their flying machines
- Traveller’s guide: American festivals
- Cajun Country: Crawfish, Cuisine and... Clarkson?
- Graceland: Presley's Kingdom
- Simon Calder: American songs define every era
- Philadelphia: The city of art and soul
- Beyond the silver screen
- The USA: Getting there and getting around
- Mississippi: The best juke joints in town are in a cotton field
- Sporting USA: Touchdown and tune in
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Russell Brand threatened with arrest after filming outside Fox News headquarters
Amal Alamuddin calls for the return of the Elgin Marbles from Britain: 'Injustice has persisted for too long'
London bus driver 'kicks gay couple off for kissing'
Lord Freud: Tory welfare minister apologises after saying disabled people are 'not worth’ the minimum wage
- 1 Jack the Ripper: Scientist who claims to have identified notorious killer has 'made serious DNA error'
- 2 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake report claiming the street artist's identity has been revealed
- 3 Are you ready for Crazy Doritos, the red-hot snack food craze sweeping Mexico’s streets?
- 4 Drink alcohol and eat meat to improve male fertility - but cut down on coffee, studies suggest
- 5 Former East 17 frontman Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'