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- Junior Seau: American footballer beset by inner demons
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- Maurice Sendak: Writer best known for his masterpiece 'Where The Wild Things Are'
- Claude Holloway: MTB commander who became a hero during the Bari harbour disaster
- Mary Dejevsky: Asian grooming - The truth is that these girls were worth more to them than to us
- Laurie Penny: Gay marriage is one thing the Tories really don't get
- Simon Kelner: Obesity's an epidemic, so let doctors tell it how it is
- Amol Rajan: Democracy has become a joke – and it's not funny
- Daniel Howden: Greek elections were the last tantrum of a spoilt child
- Deborah Ross: I don't need any catalogues – I'm already living the dream...
- Natalie Haynes: Want to know how it feels to be rich? Give a pint of blood
- Dr Martin Stanton: When impartiality is compromised, doctors and aid workers become targets
- James Bloodworth: The Olympics and the Jubilee distract from the real issues this summer
- Simon Kelner: Hooray for edible sea buckthorn and rose-hip petals
- Archie Bland: This new terror threat requires a little perspective
- Grace Dent: Let's hear it for France's new Première Dame Valerie Trierweiler. She's angry – and she has every right to be
- Boyd Tonkin: Maurice Sendak's stories teach young readers the art and psychology of survival
- Antony Beevor: A limited idea of academic success is the problem
- West Indies visa issues rumble on
- Red Rose swift to snap up Yorkshire reject Shahzad
- Rajan's Wrong 'un: 'Knuckle-ball' means mystery spinner Sunil is a real handful
- Mitchell Johnson included in Australia squad for England tour
- County Championship round-up: Durham left reeling afterSomerset's youngsters seize chance
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