Day In a Page
Thursday, 25 October 2012
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- Jacques Barzun: Historian who believed that Western culture was descending into trivia
- John Connelly: Winger who won the league with Burnley and Manchester United
- Manny Steward: The best boxing trainer of his generation
- Wilhelm Brasse: A photographer in Auschwitz
- Mike Morris: Presenter who helped put TV-am on to an even keel
- Dick McBride: One of the last of the Beat poets
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- Rupert Murdoch, the Establishment and why I can't wait to see Conrad Black on Have I Got News for You
- If Jeremy Paxman has decided to stop wearing ties to work, that must mean they're back in fashion
- Fall of a Roman emperor: how the conviction of Silvio Berlusconi repeats the pattern of history
- Oh, no! Totnes has seen off Costa. Now I won’t be able to boycott it
- Far from being a sideshow, Silvio Berlusconi's legal battles have dominated Italian politics for decades
- Tony Blair may be an admirer of Ukrainian mills, but not on the basis of British ones he's visited
- Errors and omissions: some are more prone to silly mistakes than others
- This week's big questions: is greed good, can we reinvent capitalism and do we need quotas for women?
- Some of us hoped that a hung parliament would give the Commons some oomph. But sadly not
- Who didn’t lock their teacher in his office?
- The New York Met just staged a great British production, but did anyone over here notice?
- Two drama teachers were sacked for play where students acted out sexual abuse - but drama is meant to shock
- It's not just Taliban bullets that hold back girls' education. Whole governments are at it
- All hail, the new suffragettes. But let's not try to fight too many battles
- The aftermath of the Arab uprisings brings more veils, less freedom for women
- The cruel are finally punished: Six care workers jailed on charges of shocking patient abuse at Winterbourne View
- This week's wackiest web stories: Toddler taxi, Rihanna needs a thesaurus and why, Weiwei?
- If we don't keep universities free from market failure, is there anywhere else in society that is safe?
- Whether you call it #Unishambles or not, education is becoming available only to those who can afford it
- QUESTIONABLE TIME: The Vince train pulls in at Slough, in time for Mehdi Hasan's stand up
- Why are they trending? James Bond, #Skyfall, #TEDxBrighton, Pippa Middleton
- Why is it acceptable for Sophie Morgan to be turned away from an Easyjet flight for being disabled?
- The Sketch: Not everything is black and white in the battle of the badgers
- Chances are Mr Osborne won't find the £10bn he needs from Iain Duncan Smith's changes
- James bond drinking Heinken in Skyfall? Whatever next...
- There is no ‘unishambles’ in education
- Can everyone please calm down about child abuse?
- The financial crisis requires international thinking. Our leaders just aren't up to it
- From Leveson to Jimmy Savile: our love for public inquiries is more about entertainment than truth
- It's A-Levels, not GCSEs, Mr Gove ought to worry about
- If the City of London loses the trust of the people it serves, whether home or abroad, it's finished
- Never mind Julia Gillard, is there no end to the insults they'll throw at opponents Down Under?
- Children in care: When a child’s home is provided by the state, they should be able to feel safe
- The government must be stopped from silencing people with mental illness
- If we don't contain Britain's burgeoning feral cats, the rest of our wildlife will suffer the consequences
- Hamish McRae: GDP figures show Britain is out of recession - but there are both positives and negatives in the data
- Putting money straight in the pockets of Syrian refugees may be the best way to help
- Islam gets a bad press, but there are many stories our media doesn't tell
- GDP figures show Britain is out of recession - but there are both positives and negatives in the data
- Who will speak up for couples without children?
- After woman sells virginity for $780,000, here are the results of our prostitution survey
- Newsnight, Savile, and why it's BBC managers rather than journalists who deserve our scorn
- Why are they trending? The UK, Olympics, #gdp, Eid, Windows 8
- Banana skins and picking daffodils: The most ridiculous council fines
- Sketch: Cameron wanted good news, but got unearthly silence
- A fifth of British Twitter users tweet & drive and 28 per cent update Facebook on the loo
- Can Xi Jinping save China from itself?
- SB.TV founder Jamal Edwards calls for youth revolution
- What does being a moderate mean? Answer: David Brooks
- Messages from NYPD's wannabe cannibal police officer
- The 15 promises Mitt Romney knew he'd be breaking
- The Exorcist as an 80s sitcom
- Phwoar! Dirty Prince Harry is Tatler's Man of the Year for 2012!
- National Review Editors defend Richard Mourdock on abortion
- ‘Food in teeth’ tops most embarrassing moments on first date
- Hey! You look fabulous, says Emergency Compliment website
- VIDEO: Matrix director stuns gala crowd with transgender coming out tale
- New Chief Whip is proud pleb
- The price of virginity? $780,000 (or $3,000, if you're a man)
- James Bond's best gadgets
- Neanderthals vs. Humans: Who would win in a fight?
- Editorial: How scared should we be of a Romney presidency?
- Editorial: A Conservative mutiny on the buses
- Editorial: Too soon to celebrate an economic recovery
- Editorial: Lakhdar Brahimi's Syrian endeavour
- Editorial: Accrington Stanley, twinned with the Lib Dems
- Editorial: Pssst, d'you wanna buy an Olympic medal?
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- India Grand Prix: Bernie Ecclestone is ready to brave the raging storm
- Catching rivals 'is not impossible' says Lewis Hamilton
- Sebastian Vettel in ominous form during practice for Indian Grand Prix
- Bernie Ecclestone backs Lewis Hamilton's switch to Mercedes
- Mark Webber 'not pulling over for anyone', including team-mate Sebastian Vettel
- Ferrari promise 'aggressive approach' in bid to land Fernando Alonso the F1 title
- India Grand Prix: Ferrari flag up support for murder charge pair Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone
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- South Sudan: The wildest frontier
- Trail of the unexpected: Cambodia - for king and country
- Italy: Behind these Roman walls
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Travel Agenda: Viva Old Vic! Bright light, North star, Mexican brave, Rich coast, Peru PC problem, The big trip, 7
- Simon Calder: Gunners’ own goal: taking to the air for a Canaries clash
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- Investment trusts step right back into fashion
- Simon Read: Economic boom? Not for the masses struggling with bills
- Questions of Cash: BA clipped my wings for an Air Miles flight to Marseilles
- The Bargain Hunter: Bargain days out for half-term week
- Hard-up are hit by high-cost meters
- Five Questions About: Energy-saving
- 'Village' bank arrives with help from Tesco
- Spotlight On: Coventry's Poppy bond
- Derek Pain: Why Booker is still a star in my good books
- Money Insider: Lending drive is delivering red-hot offers
- Mark Dampier: Take a gamble on Europe...but steer clear of zombies
- Donald MacInnes: Alarming minutes fail to interest a fortune-telling copper
The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
Boozy, ignorant, intolerant, but very polite – Britain as others see us
A new Russian revolution: The cracks are starting to appear in Putin’s Kremlin power bloc
- 1 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 Is Ebola coming to Britain? UK health officials issue warning to doctors as outbreak fears grow
- 4 Richard Dawkins says 'date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse' on Twitter
- 5 Danish TV reporter is all business up top, all party down below