Day In a Page
Sunday, 4 November 2012
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- The sun is setting on the old energy debate. What will the new dawn look like?
- The boondoggling race to the White House
- The joyous power of bawling out the boss
- The man who saved the Union: Lib Dem Michael Moore is Westminster's answer to James Bond
- Never trust a Tory: Liberal Democrats make their feelings clear as by-election approaches in Corby
- Sketch: Getting to the bottom of Starbucks' tax arrangements is a study in exasperation
- We need nothing less than a revolution to make the EU serve democracy and working people again
- Where materialism now rules, ‘Marxist morality’ might not find a place
- The slow work of grieving in a headlong world
- A heckled comedian can answer back. But for actors the show must go on - as Sir Peter Hall knows
- If you ask me...my new book contains everything you'll ever need to know about Downton Abbey
- Reflections on not running the New York Marathon
- Why do Bond villains need facial scars?
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: To divorce or not to divorce?
- What Movember says about the British national character and our craving for authority
- Are you man enough to go vegan?
- How can it be that a disabled man needs to go on hunger strike just to get heard by Atos?
- Third party candidates mean there's more to this election than Romney or Obama
- Dragons make for an uncomfortable drive
- The lost art of making plans - and sticking to them
- Why are they trending? #toryname, Obama and Romney, #election2012, America, Ohio, Nadine Dorries
- Bloomberg was right, Sandy focuses the mind on climate change
- It was the Governor wot lost it for Mitt, moans Murdoch
- National School Meals Week: My daughter Martha Payne showed that if you feed children well at school, they perform better in class
- The Obama I know
- Bonfire Night is our annual celebration of folk justice and this year's Fawkes is Lance Armstrong
- The Case of the Swedish weapons in Syria
- The Tories are emasculating the Equality and Human Rights Commission
- Could a refurb of parliament mean a revolution for democracy?
- Europe is the glass jaw of the Tory party. It has taken a hit
- Whatever the weather, the US cries wolf
- Welcome to my eight wonders of the world
- It's love, not convention, that makes a family
- The Pink List opens doors and minds
- At heart, we're still a nation of puritans
- You can't run a fair society from the Gents'
- Why The Pink List is a cut above
- The Emperor's New Clothes (04/11/12)
- Pervy Verizon employee shares customer's nude pics
- Toddler mauled to death by dogs after mother dangled him over the zoo railings
- All white on the night for Romney
- Apple hides latest apology to Samsung
- VIDEO: Gwen Stefani goes Native (American) in controversial video
- Man mauled to death cleaning grizzly bear enclosure
- Man-eating leopard on the loose: It's eaten 15 so far
- Movember: The 10 Best Moustaches in History
- Chris Rock's message for white voters: Obama is not-so-secretly caucasian
- Surrogate Pregnancies: Making babies for cash
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- Relief for Stuart Broad as Nick Compton stakes Test claim
- Three areas of concern for Alastair Cook with Test series approaching...
- Bairstow answers wrong question
- India go back to Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh in attack
- Nick Compton presses Test claims during England warm-up
- Bowling woes intensify for England after Stuart Broad limps off
- The Iceman Kimi Raikkonen remains cool on crazy day in the desert
- Kimi Raikkonen wins astonishing, incident-packed Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
- Sebastian Vettel 'very happy' after incredible drive from the pit lane
- Kimi Raikkonen wins Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as Hamilton loses power on lap 20
- Teams turn to pay-as-you-go drivers
- Masochist Andy Murray takes the familiar hard road to victory at the ATP World Tour Finals
- Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic: The new rivalry
- Murray: I'm ready to take London by storm again
- Little master David Ferrer ends Jerzy Janowicz's tall story
- Roger Federer prepared to play full year to regain top spot
- ATP World tour finals: all the details
- Roger Federer joins Andy Murray in calling for more drug tests in tennis
- Safarova seals Fed for Czechs
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- Richard Quest: When things go wrong, it's every flyer for himself
- Food Miles: On the hunt for autumn's fruits of the forest
- Great Getaways: Chic Caribbean, Austrian ski, Hong Kong hop and festive Cologne
- Tips and deals of the week: Afrika Eye Film Festival, Newcastle to Copenhagan flights and Banyan Tree
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- Investors aren't out of the woods just yet
- Ten bad habits that could cost us a small fortune
- Don't rule out a nice slice of super-safe Switzerland
- Consumer Rights: Our builder is charging us for work we've done ourselves
- Kate Hughes: Bank's fightback against PPI claims seems doomed
- Investment Insider: For businesses, the Games created both winners and losers
- Eight million homes have no 'safety cushion'
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
London bus driver allegedly kicks gay couple off for kissing
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'
Lord Freud: Tory welfare minister apologises after saying disabled people are 'not worth’ the minimum wage
- 1 Indian footballer Peter Biaksangzuala dies after injuring spine doing somersault celebration
- 2 Jack the Ripper: Scientist who claims to have identified notorious killer has 'made serious DNA error'
- 3 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake report claiming that the street artist's identity has been revealed
- 4 Drink alcohol and eat meat to improve male fertility - but cut down on coffee, studies suggest
- 5 Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'