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Wednesday, 31 October 2012
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- Genetic profiteering: scandal of firm 'hiding vital breast cancer data'
- Poverty causes people to worry leading to cycle of deprivation, says study
- Animal communication can't be compared to human speech, but Koshik was trying to make contact with his captors
- Look who's talking now...First it was the whale that said 'get out', now it's the elephant that says 'sit down'
- They didn't see that coming: Psychics fail scientific test
- Soil on Mars 'is like Hawaii'
- John Moreton: War hero who, as a postwar diplomat, helped to dismantle the British empire
- Michael Marra: Authentic voice of Scotland with a distinctive songwriting style
- Claude Pinoteau: Director of popular French cinema
- Margaret Osborne duPont: Grand Slam tennis champion over decades
- Terry Callier: Songwriter and singer whose folk and soul blend influenced British artists
- Eloy Gutiérrez-Menoyo: Fidel Castro's dissident Spanish comandante
- Daphne Slater: She played the first television Jane Eyre
- Alf Khumalo: He photographed apartheid struggle
- Life remembered: Paul Zimmermann
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- 'We evacuated for Hurricane Irene, but this time we chose to stay. The wind was scary'
- Walt Disney buying Lucasfilm makes perfect sense for both parties - but for Star Wars fans especially
- It's myopic to pretend all Arab states are the same. So stop traducing the United Arab Emirates
- 'Modernisation' is widely misunderstood. But who can doubt Heseltine is the true Tory moderniser?
- Why can't women parallel park? Fear of failure drives so many to distraction
- If you ask me...I'm terribly disappointed that you didn't rescue me from this fleece
- The betrayal of John Kahekwa: how Britain let down an inspirational conservationist from Congo
- The technology to tackle greenhouse gas emissions now exists. Are we brave enough to use it?
- It's time to give Christopher Hitchens a statue
- Obama might win. So might Romney. But whatever the result next week, it's none of our business
- When sporting journalists were real reporters
- The Mail Online mistook me for Zooey Deschanel and all I got was this lousy photo
- Oh do shut up about Europe! Why did the Tories abandon the wisdom of Thatcher and Major?
- Read this or die! On Halloween, here are some classic deadly e-myths
- It's perfectly nice of Barclays and Coutts to celebrate 'diversity'. But are they prepared to fight for it?
- Halloween traditions: Pumpkins heads and walks with the dead
- The Savile accusations are sickening, but not surprising - rape is more common than we admit
- Sketch: Arrow points to defective part of capitalism
- Hurricane Sandy blew Obama and Romney off course, but it's the President who has the momentum just days ahead of the election
- Why do we blame political apathy on politicians, when it's the people who are at fault?
- The Russian spring of the 1990s has passed. What happens now depends on the Opposition - and on us
- Labour and others have played a shameful role in the EU budget debate
- Have Justin Webb and the man from business school no idea what literature might actually be?
- Not many of us will mourn the passing of Comet, whose soulless stores made for a grim experience
- The evidence coming out of Tunisia points in one direction. The extremists are on the march
- As David Cameron meets today to discuss the Millenium Development Goals, he must not forget the environment
- Kauto Star will shine on his sport for ever
- Why are they trending? #nytbooks, #Movember, #NaNoWriMo, Patspetition
- A cheerful piece about dying alone
- Horror as young girls use contraception without permission from parents: why not try asking them about it?
- 'I don't know how we'll survive. All the shops are closed. People are without food and water'
- DNA data should be in public domain
- Sketch: So Miliband's playing politics. So he's being opportunistic. So what?
- The Times prints cut-out Jimmy Savile Halloween mask
- Hackers to 'take down Facebook'
- Ten songs X Factor would never have the balls for
- Is France issuing a licence to rape?
- Halloween is too sexy
- Guys! Women don't have a monopoly on work-life balance, you know
- Kate Moss on her ‘years of crying’ over Johnny Depp
- Nate Silver says state polling points to victory for Obama
- Star Wars VII story to be an ‘original’
- George Clooney, Lady Gaga, Jay-Z: how much do celebrity political endorsements matter?
- Creepy iPhone app retrieves Facebook bikini pics of your friends
- Romney's ‘staged’ Sandy relief event
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- Ruling in the Raj: Recalling the last time England won in India
- Kevin Pietersen makes early exit on return to England action
- England all friends again as Kevin Pietersen swaps texts and tension for fun in the field
- BBC resolve dispute over England tour of India
- South Africa captain Graeme Smith joins Surrey
- Samit Patel stakes claim as England's opening tour match of India meanders to draw
- Patel slips into No 6 box seat while KP offers the 'oomph'
- Murray made to work before progressing
- Novak Djokovic proud to sit top of the world for second year in a row
- Andy Murray crashes out of the Paris Masters
- Defeated Djokovic can't mask fears over father
- Novak Djokovic stunned at Paris Masters
- Andy Murray turns to Pilates to ease the soreness and stiffness
- Novak Djokovic signed bottle expected to fetch up to £20,000 at auction
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9 reasons Greece's experiment with the radical left is doomed to failure
Have we reached 'peak food'? Shortages loom as global production rates slow
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford faces execution by firing squad in Indonesia
Liberal Democrat minister defends comments suggesting immigration causes pub closures
King Abdullah dead: We can't afford not to hold Saudi Arabia's royals to account
- 1 Venezuela Expo Tattoo 2015: Extreme body art from 'Vampire Woman' to 109mm earlobes
- 2 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 3 Ball pool for adults opens in London
- 4 Amal Clooney gives excellent response to fashion question at European Court of Human Rights
- 5 Rashida Jones speaks out against male-centric porn saying 'women should have sex and feel good about it'