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- Claude Miller: Film director who showed the dark side of youth
- Hal McKusick: Cerebral jazz saxist and composer
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- Michael Peterson: Surfer whose glittering career was ended by his troubled life
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- Leading article: What this mysterious death says about China
- Leading article: Abu Qatada's hard case is making for good law
- Leading article: A self-defeating sanction for truancy
- Leading article: Lords should not be lobbyists
- Leading article: Norway's fine example of liberal civilisation
- Leading article: Earth tremors are not the biggest risk from fracking
- Owen Jones: Norway's dignity in the aftermath of Breivik is an example to the rest of us
- Susie Rushton's Notebook: Sarko's transatlantic troubles, and poor Francis Wheen's trauma in a nation of shed-keepers
- Joanna Moorhead: This is no way to get children into school
- Freya Berry: Social response to killers is more important than the punishment
- Archie Bland: Why won't Bernie Ecclestone lead by example in Bahrain?
- Alex Fusco: Those thirsting for drama would call this a drought
- Amol Rajan: The Thatcher home dream has become a nightmare
- Oliver Wright: MPs' heads would roll. So why is it different in the Lords?
- Rhodri Marsden: A taxi driver's romantic playlist makes for a quite awkward journey
- Deborah Ross: Helpful tips if you want to avoid spring-cleaning the house
- Natalie Haynes: What we wanted - writers who don't just tell the same old story
- London 2012: It's almost here – but are we ready?
- The Independent's golden hopes for 2012: 10-1
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- Judge told of Olympics basketball site 'asbestos'
- Simon Rice: How does the London 2012 motto ‘Inspire a generation’ compare to previous Olympic offerings?
- Olympic slogan 'inspire a generation' launched at Kew Gardens
- Usain Bolt wants to 'amaze' the world by running in 9.4s at the London Olympics
- David Beckham remains in the reckoning for Olympics after Stuart Pearce culls football squad list
- Team GB given extra tickets for family and friends
- Poets from all Olympic nations sought to line up at London 2012 festival
- Controversial 'wrapping' of London 2012 Olympic Stadium begins
- Airlines 'shun UK over Heathrow'
- Don't miss the bus: Paris from £2.30 (but it takes half a day)
- The 10 Best in-flight essentials
- Simon Calder: End of the runway for BMI, but will passengers suffer?
- Cruising: There's never been a better time to take to the high seas
- Deals of the week: Menorca, Marrakech, Puglia
- Santa Monica, Cannes, Lisbon
- Late snowfall boosts Scottish ski centres
- Jet diverted after death of passenger
- 1 Breaking: Soldier killed in Woolwich machete attack named as Drummer Lee Rigby
- 2 'Sickening, deluded and unforgivable': Horrific attack brings terror to London’s streets
- 3 Grace Dent: I’m not sure how these people can avoid being called ‘bigots’. And the more ‘civilised’, the worse they are
- 4 Woolwich murder: They killed, then they performed - these men should be starved of our attention
- 5 Woolwich attack: The EDL will seek to exploit this evil crime for their own evil ends
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