Day In a Page
Friday, 3 February 2012
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- Kazimierz Smolen: Auschwitz Museum founder
- Angelo Dundee: Boxing trainer famed for his long association with Muhammad Ali
- Ted Dicks: Co-writer of 'Right Said Fred' and 'Hole in the Ground'
- Mike Kelley: Musician and mixed-media artist
- Homai Vyarawalla: Photographer
- Patrick Shovelton: Senior civil servant and obituarist for 'The Independent'
- Dorothea Tanning: Painter, sculptor and poet whose work crossed artistic boundaries
Voices RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Leading article: Farewell to an advocate of greener government
- Leading article: Nursery schools cannot be judged only by cost
- Leading article: Not such innocent presumptions
- Leading article: Hope for the best, prepare for the worst
- Leading article: Tax clampdown must start at home
- Leading article: The rise in cycling demands a new approach to safety
- Stephen Foley: If only Fred Goodwin had done things the Mark Zuckerberg way...
- Harriet Walker: Could a taste for crime fiction over romantic fiction add up to social decline?
- Michael McCarthy: Huhne's departure will sadden all who care about the environment
- Tim Rutherford: Republicans know Romney is their only real hope
- Lisa Markwell: Bathtimes of the rich and famous
- Jeremy Laurance: Why spare the drug companies?
- Ian Burrell: Dark clouds gathered over Murdoch mean storms for The Thunderer
- James Moore: An open letter to the Minister for road safety
Sport RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Pakistan build lead in Dubai
- Wickets tumble on wild opening day between England and Pakistan
- Footwork and technique can dig England out of a hole
- To review or not to review, that is the testing question
- Wickets galore as England take a narrow lead
- Strauss hints at changes to batting line-up
- Gambhir ends wait for India
- Series all square as Lions tamed
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Simon Calder: Tyranny and the tourist's conscience
- Spiritual travel for atheists: Do pilgrimages have a place in modern society?
- Worldwide wonders: Travel Photo of the Year competition
- Open Jaw: 'Central London will be full during the Olympics'
- My Life In Travel: Zane Lowe, DJ and BBC Radio 1 presenter
- Travel Agenda: Québec City's winter carnival; Spies in the House of Art; London Fashion Week; Mallorca's La Residencia hotel
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Questions Of Cash: Scottish Power is trying to charge me for its mistakes
- The Bargain Hunter: Online and in-store Homebase savings
- Simon Read: Extra funds totalling £40.5m will help a lot of people. Or will it?
- Donald MacInnes: My wedding is costing an arm and a leg – and several other bits
- OFT investigation offers hope to gym members caught in 'unfair' long contracts
- It's time to clear up the fund charge confusion
- Spotlight On: Leeds BS fixed rate ISA
- Mark Dampier: Firms offering dividends make 'Mr Gloom' happy
- Derek Pain: Patsystems sell-off has left me counting some heavy losses
- Money Insider: Chelsea ramps up mortgage battle for supremacy
- Dirty tricks in a divorce can cause some nasty surprises
Student RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
If you're horrified by a flame-roasted dog, you should be shocked at a hog roast
Poor 'live like animals' says Boris's privately educated sister after going on 'poverty safari'
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
Vince Cable: Teachers 'know absolutely nothing' about the world of work
Ukraine crisis: Russia pledges to 'retaliate against sanctions' as Ukrainian president says Crimea vote will not be recognised
- 1 International Women's Day 2014: The shocking statistics that show why it is still so important
- 2 Orgasm machine to deliver climax at the push of a button
- 3 Dear 'The Sun', breast cancer isn't sexy
- 4 Teacher shows sex tape featuring herself to pupils during class by mistake
- 5 Singapore sting: Sky-high prices are pushing locals to the edge of affordability