Day In a Page
Monday, 28 May 2012
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- Roman Totenberg
- Hilary Rubinstein: Celebrated literary agent and publisher
- Lise London: Political activist and veteran of the Spanish Civil War and French Resistance
- Lee Richardson
- Peter David: Long-serving writer on 'The Economist'
- William Finley: Actor best known for his work with Brian De Palma
- Professor Dafydd Jenkins: Barrister and authority on the laws of medieval Wales
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- Leading article: Egypt's elections leave its divisions unresolved
- Leading article: Russia must act now to halt Assad's slaughter
- Leading article: Charges with a whiff of a witch-hunt
- Leading article: Questions for Mr Blair to address
- Leading article: No possible excuse for destroying buzzard nests
- Leading article: The human cost of the NHS's cruellest month
- Ian Birrell: Bob Geldof's obsession with aid hurt Africa. But now trade is healing the scars
- Simon Kelner: The giant confidence trick that twisted politics for ever
- Lance Price: Pull the other one, Tony. You let Murdoch shape policy
- Rob Williams: A Jubilee letter from a republican to royalists
- Kate Smurthwaite: When the questions from asylum seekers tell us so much more than the answers
- Susan Elkin: GCSEs are a pointless waste of time
- Simon Kelner: Blair's voice – a chilling reminder of what went wrong
- Amol Rajan: Thumbing through the pages of human evolution
- Charlotte O'Sullivan: We don't treasure Ken Loach enough
- Oliver Wright: Tories may not like Baroness Warsi, but they would miss her
- Shaun Walker: How far can Syria go before Moscow withdraws support?
- Viv Groskop: The surprise is that there aren't more Georgias
- Rhodri Marsden: Motorised pies and the beauty of the pointless endeavour
- Deborah Ross: Camping holidays with the kids – what's not to love?
- Martin Hickman: A silken performance from Blair the master escapologist
- Jamie Lewis: Thanks to The Sun, for enriching each of our lives
- Simon Kelner: It's vacuous and we lost, but Eurovision is still fun
- Rebecca Armstrong: Can a quick slick of lipstick make business boom?
- Patrick Cockburn: As the bodies continue to mount in Syria, its people prepare for civil war
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- James Lawton: With his usual class, Andrew Strauss proves the doubters wrong
- England seal victory against West Indies to take series
- 'Sams' fail to play it again as Tim Bresnan proves his worth
- Andrew Strauss: 'Each time we make history, I feel part of something special'
- Brilliance of Tim Bresnan offers England chance to rest Stuart Broad
- Bresnan leads counter to put England back in control
- Bairstow falls short as Windies pacemen discover his weakness
- Middlesex lose Malinga for T20
- Round-up: Patel leads the way for in-form Bears
- Mark Webber clings on in Monaco to become the sixth winner in six races
- Jenson Button warns F1 unpredictability could put fans off
- Red Bull driver Mark Webber welcomes timely victory in Monaco
- Kevin Garside: Schumacher still driven by primal need
- Rallying: Loeb stretches his advantage after testing rally in Greece
- Webber 'happy at Red Bull'
- Three tips to find accommodation during the London 2012 Olympics
- David Faulkner: 'When Sherwani scored... I knew I had my Olympic gold'
- Taekwondo: BOA to rule on Cook's 'political' exclusion
- Olympic news you may have missed...
- Opera singer Bryn Terfel among those to carry Olympic torch today
- Olympic news you may have missed...
- Heather Watson through to second round at the French Open
- Federer proud to draw level with Connors' record of match wins
- Defeat in Paris puts Baltacha's Olympic place in jeopardy
- Andy Murray wins with ease at Roland Garros
- Anne Keothavong Olympic hopes dealt blow with French Open defeat
- Maria Sharapova races through French Open first round
- Andy Murray prepared for Tatsuma Ito at the French Open
- Azarenka avoids the curse of world No 1 as Robson falls
- Novak Djokovic begins French Open with straight-forward win
- Routine win for Roger Federer at the French Open
- Laura Robson beaten in first round at French Open
- Struggling Roddick falls in first round
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Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
- 1 Scottish referendum: So how about the English now being given a chance to split from England?
- 2 Stamford Hill council removes 'unacceptable' posters telling women which side of the road to walk down
- 3 Kim Kardashian 'naked pictures' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence 'The Fappening' scandal
- 4 Matthew Miller: American sentenced to hard labour in North Korea 'wanted to be Snowden II'
- 5 Iranian blogger found guilty of insulting Prophet Mohammad on Facebook sentenced to death