Day In a Page
Friday, 16 March 2012
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- Jean Giraud: Artist hailed for his work in film and comics
- Sir Alan Cottrell: Government's Scientific Adviser who worked to establish safe nuclear power
- Mervyn Davies: Rugby union player considered by many as one of the greatest from Wales
- Peter Halliday: Actor best known for the science fiction TV series 'A for Andromeda'
- Michel Duchaussoy: Actor who dubbed the voice of Don Corleone
- Raymond Scott: Shakespeare thief
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- Leading article: A church leader buffeted by the storms of his age
- Leading article: How to improve literacy in a time of austerity
- Leading article: No longer such plain sailing in China
- Leading article: Hillsborough justice is overdue
- Leading article: More luncheon than truncheon?
- Leading article: The bell tolls for the bell toll
- Alex Preston: Don't expect morality from a faceless behemoth that exists purely for profit
- Mehdi Hasan: You can raise spending and balance the budget
- E Jane Dickson: Showing films is no way to teach English
- He knew from the start the job would be tough. But not this tough
- Alice Jones: What is Cambridge thinking of? This is the act of a thug, not a university
- Simon Kelner: That beautiful and long-dead symbol of the future
- Lisa Markwell: The retention of perspective is a life skill to cherish
- Andrew Grice: They had a mutual interest in making trip work – and it did
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- The Last Word: Will this be the end for Little Master?
- Sachin Tendulkar hits 100th international century for India
- Cook cringes at comparisons as he hits ton of his own
- Angus Fraser: 'It was clear then he was a special talent'
- Sachin Tendulkar: a career in pictures
- Composed Alastair Cook the star of England's innings
- Five-star Panesar makes his statement of intent
- Greatness rewarded – and it is the real McCoy
- Synchronised surprise winner in thrilling Gold Cup at Cheltenham
- James Lawton: Sadness at end of road but relief that Kauto's exit was not tragic
- Gallant mare makes a man of Big Buck's
- Esprit may reassert traditional values against old guard
- The stable lad who won £1m – but did he deserve millions more?
- 'They're made for each other – both find more'
- James Lawton: Can Kauto Star light up the Gold Cup one last time?
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: Olympian view for Scu on the hill
- Geraghty's award-winning ride lets Nesbitt take a Festival bow
- BHA seeks to dampen deaths talk
- Sea Of Thunder can drown out big noise Boston Bob
- Henderson relishes 'decider' as two legends prepare for one more battle
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: Revealed - how to hit optimum weight without skipping dinner
- Breakthrough win is far from a Breeze for Russell
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- Simon Calder: Dogged pursuit of a bargain bed in Barking
- Travel Agenda: Australian Grand Prix; Christoph Hagel; British Airways' pop-up venue; River Cottage's The Pop-Up Hotel
- My Life In Travel: Gerry Cottle, circus owner and entertainer
- Open Jaw: Titanic Belfast - inspirational or plain misguided?
- Something To Declare: Caracas for under £500; Senegal; Go west from Southend; Latin American double
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- Nine million will live in 'fuel poverty' in the next four years
- Ovo Energy's price hike could be followed by the Big Six
- Donald MacInnes: Would a trapeze artist be excessive for my wedding?
- Questions Of Cash: After Vodafone's assurances, £816 bill came as a shock
- Ben Yearsley: Fund with an appetite for food and agriculture
- Money Insider: Act quickly as mortgage tide may be turning
- Derek Pain: Looking for recruits but we're too close to the market's peak
- The Bargain Hunter: Showerhead offer from Ecocamel
- Simon Read: We're all taking big risks dealing with financial firms
Robin Williams Emmys tribute led by Billy Crystal criticised for including 'racist' joke about Muslim woman
The Rotherham child abuse scandal is a tale of apologists, misogyny and double standards
Scottish independence TV debate: Pumped-up Alex Salmond bounces back in bruising second round against Alistair Darling
Do you realise just how foolish the UK looks?
Ukip Douglas Carswell defection: Tory MP jumps ship to join Nigel Farage
When elitism grips the top of British society to this extent, there is only one answer: abolish private schools
- 3 Oil tanker with $100 million cargo goes missing off Texas coast
- 5 Medina: Saudis take a bulldozer to Islam's history