Day In a Page
Monday, 8 October 2012
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- Vanya Kewley: Film-maker who alerted the world to the plight of occupied Tibet
- Edwin Wilson: CIA officer who made millions from spying
- Crispin Aubrey: Journalist convicted under the Official Secrets Act in the 'ABC Trial'
- Ken MacManus: The last of the bareback riders
- Lois Smith: Publicist who worked with Monroe and Streep
- Ronald Brech: Economist with a passion for his field
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- Why I'm committed to preserving the write stuff
- Two candidates, one divided country – but will the election make any difference to Venezuela?
- Peaches Geldof joins the Independent Voices campaign to legalise same-sex marriage in Britain
- Diary: Mensch the pantomime villain and Aidan Burley at a Nazi-themed stag party
- A question for Chris Grayling. As a 5ft4in woman, what legal options for self-defence do I have against a 6ft burglar? Honestly, I'd love to know
- In the age of Facebook, insulting April Jones comes with a heavy price - as Matthew Woods is finding out
- It's not just the Tories gathered in Birmingham who know Boris Johnson is unstoppable now
- Schools should think twice before banning parents from the sports-field
- Why do the likes of Jimmy Savile, Fred Goodwin and Rupert Murdoch get away with it for so long?
- Children know what real words are; teachers mustn’t mislead them
- Politics means nothing when deficits have to be cut
- Azhar Ahmed, a tasteless Facebook update, and more evidence of Britain's terrifying new censorship
- Victory in the great schools battle
- A Jewish perspective on same-sex marriage
- Of Gollywogs (honestly), absent chief whips, and how not to cut £10bn from the welfare budget
- I'm straight and about to get married - how much sweeter a deal if opportunities were equal
- Disaster tourism: how bus trips to the scene of Hurricane Katrina make profit from loss
- How many more, George? Ruth Anim and Liam Barker - different disabilities, very similar situations
- Fortnum & Mason’s shame exposed: Selling foie gras is indefensible
- Why are they trending? IMF, #HappyBirthdayJohnLennon, #cpc12, George Osborne
- Today's wacky web stories: Virtual genocide, Jay-Z rides the subway and the real Halloween horror!
- 'Slut dropping' and 'Pimps and Hoes' - the sexual politics of freshers' week
- YouTube's hall of homophobia shame
- 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
- Britain's Sir John Gurdon wins Nobel prize in medicine for his pioneering work in cloning and stem cells
- Don't knock Paul Ryan's Medicare plan
- Is the term "bullying" overused?
- Romney's hollow foreign policy
- What did his text mean? We can help!
- Man dies after bug-eating contest
- Teenager downs nitrogen drink, nearly dies
- 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
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- World Twenty20: Calypso in Colombo as Marlon Samuels stuns Sri Lanka to seal trophy for West Indies
- David Collier's Kevin Pietersen claims 'absolute rubbish,' says Proteas chief
- 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
- 'Dangerous' Grosjean has not learnt from his past crashes, claim Red Bull
- Sebastian Vettel victorious in Japan as Fernando Alonso goes off at first corner again
- Pressure is on Ferrari claims McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh
- 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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Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
- 1 Rihanna 'nude pictures' claims emerge on 4Chan as hacking scandal continues
- 2 Cyclist in Russia narrowly misses being hit by car and lorry
- 3 'F*ck it, I quit': KTVA reporter Charlo Greene quits live on air in spectacular fashion
- 4 What are your fingerprint words?
- 5 Gary Lineker involved in Twitter row after presenter rubbishes claims he will be warned by BBC over foul-mouthed tweets