Day In a Page
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
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- Frank Parr: Lancashire cricketer and trombonist with George Melly
- Digby Wolfe: Writer and actor best known for 'Laugh-In'
- Sir Roy Shaw: Arts Council leader who fought right-wingattacks on public arts subsidies
- Carroll Shelby: Racing driver who won at Le Mans for Aston Martin
- Professor Sandy Fenton: Scholar of Scottish antiquities
- Donald 'Duck' Dunn: Bassist with Booker T and the MGs and one of Stax Records' 'Big 6'
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- Leading article: France and Germany don't have all the cards
- Leading article: François Hollande is less radical than he seems
- Leading article: Not a good career move, Boris Johnson
- Leading article: Sensible reforms that must be fair
- Leading article: Private eyes can't be a law unto themselves
- Leading article: Of Facebook shares and tulip bulbs
- The Debate: Should Amazon be selling Nazi flags?
- James Cusick: Britain's most televised barrister dons the disguise of Captain Slow
- Simon Kelner: Virgin Atlantic's idea is verging on the unbearable
- Nina Lakhani: So what went so very wrong in the Sam Hallam case?
- Grace Dent: Twitter might have turned into a party with 10 million guests, but I'm still loving every minute of it
- Ben Chu: Argentina managed to survive a huge default – so could Greece do the same?
- Lisa Markwell: It's her needs that make my daughter special
- Georgina Pugh: We need to start talking about death
- Henry Makiwa: A humanitarian crisis in West Africa
- Simon Kelner: Football and religon entwined in faith-shaking finish
- Amol Rajan: History in the making – and we can all be part of it
- Major General Tim Cross: Not even Philip Hammond knows if the problem's been fixed
- Joanne Harris: Criticism is fine, but do you have to spoil the plot?
- Natalie Haynes: You don't have to be mad to expect quiet on a British train – but it helps
- Rhodri Marsden: Here's one newspaper column to read before you die
- Deborah Ross: What men really need to know – as written by women
- Stefan Stern: The office giants we pretend to be
- Eurozone Sketch: A kiss, a wrong turn and 'Merkollande' take the stage
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- From 6am to 1am, daily: BBC1 runs into Olympic overload
- Mary Peters: 'Bombs were often going off as I trained in Belfast'
- David Beckham to appear at Olympic Flame handover
- Keri-anne Payne prepared for anything in pursuit of open water gold at Olympics
- Manchester United's Ryan Giggs excited by Olympics opportunity
- 100,000 eye Olympics security jobs with G4S
- Fears that Olympic stadium could become white elephant
- Olympic round-up: news you may have missed...
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- Immigration Minister Damian Green blames wrong type of wind for chaos at Heathrow
- 'Hello, I'm on a plane...' Phones are cleared for take-off
- The 10 Best business travel kits
- Deals of the week: Jamaica, Paris, Seville
- Greece, Med cruise, Venice Simplon-Orient-Express
- The best currency to carry in Israel, plus transport links from Bratislava Airport to Vienna
9 reasons Greece's experiment with the radical left is doomed to failure
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
Have we reached 'peak food'? Shortages loom as global production rates slow
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford faces execution by firing squad in Indonesia
Liberal Democrat minister defends comments suggesting immigration causes pub closures
- 1 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 2 The awkward moment Sarah Palin raised $25,000 for Hillary Clinton's election campaign
- 3 Ball pool for adults opens in London
- 4 Amal Clooney gives excellent response to fashion question at European Court of Human Rights
- 5 Baldness could soon be treated using stem cells, scientists hope