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- Sir Alan Cottrell: Government's Scientific Adviser who worked to establish safe nuclear power
- Lord Wedderburn of Charlton: Labour lawyer who fought for the rights of workers
- Michel Duchaussoy: Actor who dubbed the voice of Don Corleone
- Peter Halliday: Actor best known for the science fiction TV series 'A for Andromeda'
- Timo Konietzka: Footballer andeuthanasia advocate
- Jimmy Ellis: Singer with the Trammps, of 'Disco Inferno' fame
- Leading article: How to improve literacy in a time of austerity
- Leading article: An alliance, but not such a special relationship
- Leading article: Hillsborough justice is overdue
- Leading article: Adverse signals from Osborne bonds
- Leading article: The bell tolls for the bell toll
- Leading article: Tesco and its pensioners – who dares leads
- E Jane Dickson: Showing films is no way to teach English
- Mehdi Hasan: You can raise spending and balance the budget
- Deborah Ross: A job for the Celebrity Mum of the Year surveillance unit
- Simon Kelner: That beautiful and long-dead symbol of the future
- Lisa Markwell: The retention of perspective is a life skill to cherish
- Simon Kelner: I would much rather jump over a fence than sit on it
- Amol Rajan: Sooner or later, every voice is heard and heeded
- Harriet Walker: Porn and violence? I can see a link
- Andrew Grice: They had a mutual interest in making trip work – and it did
- Sachin Tendulkar hits 100th international century for India
- Andrew Strauss: 'All I want is England to do well'
- Sachin Tendulkar: a career in pictures
- Composed Alastair Cook the star of England's innings
- Five-star Panesar makes his statement of intent
- Monty Panesar and James Anderson impress in England warm-up
- Synchronised surprise winner in thrilling Gold Cup at Cheltenham
- Esprit may reassert traditional values against old guard
- Gallant mare makes a man of Big Buck's
- Big Buck's makes history in the World Hurdle at Cheltenham
- James Lawton: Henderson tips hat to his forefathers but quartet of wins shows he is the greatest
- Big Buck's has World at his feet for another year
- Geraghty triumphs in a cut-throat duel
- James Lawton: Can Kauto Star light up the Gold Cup one last time?
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: Olympian view for Scu on the hill
- Henderson relishes 'decider' as two legends prepare for one more battle
- Sea Of Thunder can drown out big noise Boston Bob
- BHA seeks to dampen deaths talk
- Geraghty's award-winning ride lets Nesbitt take a Festival bow
- Mullins clan deliver Champagne for Irish
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: McCain's Maguire bromance
- Virgin relaunches flights to Mumbai
- Simon Calder: Dogged pursuit of a bargain bed in Barking
- Open Jaw: Titanic Belfast - inspirational or plain misguided?
- Something To Declare: Caracas for under £500; Senegal; Go west from Southend; Latin American double
- My Life In Travel: Gerry Cottle, circus owner and entertainer
- Travel Agenda: Australian Grand Prix; Christoph Hagel; British Airways' pop-up venue; River Cottage's The Pop-Up Hotel
- 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 EDL marches on Newcastle as attacks on Muslims increase tenfold in the wake of Woolwich machete attack which killed Drummer Lee Rigby
- 5 Farewell, Shameless. Your heirs have work to do
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