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Sunday, 7 October 2012
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- Glastonbury 2013 sells out in just one hour and 40 minutes
- Two candidates, one divided country – but will the election make any difference to Venezuela?
- 'You got an ology? You get an ology and you're a scientist...'
- If the Tories really want to be green...
- Dave's best bet is a repeat of the 1983 show
- Sexual favours were a way of life at the BBC
- Predators were a grim fact of 1970s office life
- Quite a few of the people who agree with Jeremy Hunt on abortion turn out to be women
- Hero-worshipping Boris Johnson distracts this Tory conference from the party's deeper problems
- If it's worth saying George, say it thrice
- If the bald look is a boon in business, why doesn’t it work in politics?
- Hugo Chavez proves you can lead a progressive, popular government that says no to neo-liberalism
- Elton John: The historic fight for equality must go on. Let's get on and legalise same-sex marriage
- George Carey, a Nazi slur, and how not to conduct the debate over same-sex marriage in Britain
- Yesterday at Conservative Party conference in Birmingham: Monday edition
- Today's wacky stories from the web: Hollywood sign face-lift, plane crash test and barmy bees
- Cameron the late tweeter slightly misses the point
- Kicking myself as Lady Geek catches the IT bug
- The answer to Ed Miliband's One Nation Labour is an 'Everyman Conservatism' to make Disraeli proud
- Why are they trending? #cpc12, Venezuela, #Quote
- I kissed a girl - and I like how far we've come since
- Controlling abortion limits is a way of controlling women
- George Osborne will vote in favour of same-sex marriage
- Cameron must modernise, not appease the reactionaries
- Private schools should be open to all
- Church service to pray for missing April Jones as family friend is charged with murder
- One Direction, Little Mix and Taylor Swift: BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards kick off
- Delayed Diagnosis: 'A brain tumor at 14 - that doctors failed to notice'
- Spot the clues in the battle of the veeps
- Thanks, Lukas, for your transport of delight
- Syria's suffering opens a door for Washington
- Rock'n'roll beats 'shaken not stirred'
- Girls need the freedom to choose their own destinies. Education is the key to achieving that
- I'm not shy, but those Loose Women are scary
- Rolling news devours everything in its path
- Fifty shades of grey might not be enough
- China's 'left behind children': It's not what you think
- The Emperor's New Clothes (07/10/12)
- Rant & Rave (07/10/12)
- Britain's Sir John Gurdon wins Nobel prize in medicine for his pioneering work in cloning and stem cells
- Gary Lineker apologises for Muslim 'eat grass' comment on Al Jazeera
- Formula 1 twit: Lewis Hamilton slams Jenson Button
- Dying in style
- Defaced Rothko: It could have been worse
- Hugo Chavez wins re-election in Venezuela
- James Holmes Halloween Mask listed on eBay
- Video: Christina Hendricks stops interview after being called full-figured
- Cheryl opens up about Simon Cowell's US X Factor snub and Ashley Cole's infidelity
- Hamza appears in court and demands his hooks back
- Editorial: Mr Osborne draws the battle lines over welfare
- Editorial: In choosing a leader, the Church chooses its future
- Editorial: Entwistle flunks his first test
- Editorial: The virtue of the supergrass system
- Editorial: Survival kit for Mr Cameron
- Editorial: A scientific genius – and generous to boot
- Editorial: A last-minute reprieve for badgers?
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- World Twenty20: Calypso in Colombo as Marlon Samuels stuns Sri Lanka to seal trophy for West Indies
- West Indies win World T20 final against Sri Lanka by 36 runs
- England women fall short in Twenty20 final
- ECB claims that South African players provoked Kevin Pietersen to send texts are 'absolute rubbish'
- World Twenty20: 'Sky is the limit' for West Indies
- Women's cricket: England pay price for slow start as Aussies retain their World Twenty20 title
- Dominant England eyeing a Twenty20 spectacle
- World Twenty20: Flamboyant final party in prospect
- On the Front Foot: Short format has been quick to lose the novelty of speed
- Sebastian Vettel victorious in Japan as Fernando Alonso goes off at first corner again
- Sebastian Vettel wins Japanese Grand Prix victory at Suzuka
- The subtle art of joining a new team
- Lewis Hamilton wrongly accuses Jenson Button of 'unfollowing' him on Twitter
- Motorcycling: Title agony for Sykes
- Rallying: Loeb eases to title No 9
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- Five Questions About: Young drivers
- Kate Hughes: Memo to No 10... A financial fix that is a no-brainer
- Don't leave your family with a legacy of trouble: make a will
- Investment Insider: Stay on the ground as airlines take off
- Consumer Rights: 'The builder has vanished with my £8,000'
- Is Japan a share bargain too good to ignore?
- Spotlight On... Nationwide's Loyalty Saver
Exclusive: Young people ‘want UK to stay in Europe’: Four in 10 adults aged 18 to 24 are ‘firmly in favour’ of membership, poll shows
Tom Daley ‘is gay because his father died’ says UK evangelist
Iain Duncan Smith leaves Commons food banks debate early
Kiss and yell: Italian protester charged with sexual assault after kissing riot police officer
PM denies two child limit for benefits is part of Tory welfare policy
Anachronistic and iniquitous, grammar schools are a blot on the British education system
- 1 America's 'virgin births'? One in 200 mothers 'became pregnant without having sex'
- 2 North Koreans are gasping for the truth: Let's give it to them
- 3 Sun will 'flip upside down' within weeks, says Nasa
- 4 Christmas comes early: Justin Bieber is 'retiring from music'
- 5 Iain Duncan Smith leaves Commons food banks debate early