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- Leading article: Nothing but hyperbole on same-sex marriage
- Leading article: A question of judgement at Leveson
- Leading article: Putin's mobile army of critics
- Leading article: The lifelong benefits of learning by heart
- Leading article: The parallels between hacking and Watergate
- Simon Kelner: If Roy thinks it's all over, he can always read a book
- Donald MacInnes: A wee plea: please stop referring to England as 'we'
- Laurie Penny: As a victim of trolls, I applaud Louise Mensch
- Grace Dent: Ducks force-fed shortbread, teens drunk on cider, petrol vigilantes... that's the real countryside, Danny Boyle
- Ian Burrell: Tony Blair may have faced the 'feral beast', but it was nothing compared to the John Major years
- Simon Kelner: Tweeting isn't always wise, unless you're Stephen Fry
- At last! In Michael Gove, we have an Education Secretary who believes in Education
- Rhodri Marsden: Legs & Co offer a troubling reminder of the vagaries of ageing
- Natalie Haynes: Thanks for the advice, but my fridge contents don't lie
- Andy Martin: Well - do you want a better brain or not?
- Deborah Ross: Son, your pasta calendars were only ever average, if that
- London 2012: Cows take the stage in Olympic Games Opening Ceremony
- Forget the doomsayers. GB athletes can win 16 medals at Games, says stats man
- David Hemery: 'I didn't know I had won, let alone beaten the world record'
- China threatens Leeds Olympic base pull-out over Dalai Lama visit
- David Millar named in Team GB Olympic squad
- Olympic Games' security firm CPUK may face watchdog investigation
- Zara Phillips hoping it's third time lucky after being selected for Olympics
- Olympic news you may have missed
- Nadal rallies to reign supreme as king of clay
- Andy Murray loses in first round at Queen's to Nicholas Mahut
- Tsonga clash gives fired-up Baker food for thought
- James Ward suffers first round defeat at Queen's
- Making history 'not a primary thought' says Novak Djokovic after French Open defeat
- Murray faces delays as rain hits Queen's
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