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- Josh Gifford: Jockey and trainer best known for Aldaniti's 1981 Grand National victory
- Air Marshal: Sir Alfred Ball Daring photo-reconnaissance pilot in the Second World War
- Zalman King: Writer and producer of '91/2 Weeks'
- Marge Carey: Trade unionist who became president of USDAW
- Bingham Ray: Film producer with a maverick streak
- Robert Maycock: Classical music critic for 'The Independent'
- Leading article: Boardroom equality won't happen on its own
- Leading article: Argentinian signals that must not be misread
- Leading article: Time to end the Big Six's energy fix
- Leading article: Hacking avoids its day in court
- Leading article: The abolition of GCSEs would not suit all
- Leading article: From each according to his ability...
- Sir Elton John: We must end the greed of these corporations
- Simon Kelner: A renaissance man and a much-overlooked sport
- Lisa Markwell: Who are the waiters in restaurants these days?
- Ben Chu: Nation takes its medicine – but condition may worsen
- Patrick Strudwick: Ken's accusers are making a big mistake
- Joan McVittie: Plan might work for his pupils – but not for mine
- Martin Hickman: Unbridled greed of Big Six cannot be tolerated in hard times
- Caroline Lucas: A three-point plan that would fit the bill
- Simon Kelner: When a little nudge is better than an outright demand
- Amol Rajan: Why Ed Miliband wants us to be more like Germany
- Viv Groskop: Page 3 is a fossil from a bygone era
- Nicholas Shaxson: Why Monaco is the offshore choice for the elite (just don't call it a tax haven)
- Deborah Ross: Support the women who always get it in the neck (except one)
- David Usborne: Republicans can choose between scary, nuts, or Romney
- Exclusive: Ashraf says teams in talks about return to Pakistan
- Westfield to be sentenced today
- 'Streetwise' Kieswetter creates a positive spin
- England batsman Craig Kieswetter set for senior return
- England bowler Chris Tremlett undergoes back surgery
- Flower orders quick course in handling spin
- Tendulkar falls short in Indian win
- Simon Calder: Stansted stands still as snow stumps security
- Something to declare: South America, via Canada; The Maldives; Morocco in style; longer check-in at Heathrow
- Travel Agenda: Animated Exeter Festival; W Hotels; Melbourne in full festival swing
- The Big Six: Luxury lakeside retreats
- My Life In Travel: Judge Jules, DJ and music producer
- Airbus to check all A380s amid safety fears
- First-class flights... on a higher plane
- 1 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 2 Rocky Horror star Tim Curry 'suffers major stroke'
- 3 Exclusive: How MI5 blackmails British Muslims
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Exclusive: Woolwich killings suspect Michael Adebolajo was inspired by cleric banned from UK after urging followers to behead enemies of Islam
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