Day In a Page
Thursday, 14 June 2012
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- Ann Rutherford: Actress best known for 'Gone With The Wind' and the Andy Hardy films
- Astrid Aghajanian: Survivor of the Armenian genocide who narrowly escaped death
- Lives Remembered: John Burkett
- Ghassan Tueni: Journalist and politician who fought oppression
- Lives Remembered: Geoff Kelly
- Iain MacKenzie: Civil servant whose drive was crucial to Scottish heritage
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- Leading article: The future of the euro is hanging in the balance
- Leading article: An embarrassing day for the Prime Minister
- Leading article: Only politics can hope to resolve Syria's problems
- Leading article: In praise of the green movement
- Leading article: Another throw of the monetary dice
- Leading article: Time to tighten up on tagging
- Leading article: Still a snoopers' charter, for all the concessions
- Leading article: Jeremy Hunt may be safe, but all is not forgotten
- Justin Byam Shaw: Why do we knight civil servants, bankers and rock stars?
- E Jane Dickson: A goldfish government that can't recall anything
- Alice Jones: I don't see why the Royal Mail should get a pat on the back for simply doing its job
- Donald MacInnes: When offal is used as a tool of repression
- Simon Kelner: Does a ribbon on the lapel compromise its wearer?
- Lisa Markwell: It's worth it to spare the torment of a 'no hair day'
- Lisa Markwell: A bad-hair day is better than a no-hair day
- Owen Jones: Working-class Toryism is dying and it's taking the party with it
- Jonathon Porritt: Where's the energy to keep fighting for the planet?
- Steve Crawshaw: Burma's long road from military state to democracy
- Simon Kelner: Why I don't want to shout 'I'm not on the Tube!'
- Amol Rajan: As Clinton might have said: 'It's our society, stupid!'
- Alicia Castro: For peace and reconciliation, we need talks on Las Malvinas
- Jeremy Laurance: 'Plague' still has the power to terrify
- Ben Chu: GB's gold haul will be restricted to the athletes
- Chris Bryant: 'Lying' is tough talk but yesterday was not the time for beating around the bush
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- 1 Alan Pardew's warning to Joe Kinnear: I am still the Newcastle manager
- 2 Breaking the Silence: In the reality of occupation, there are no Palestinian civilians – only potential terrorists
- 3 Charles Saatchi accepts caution for assault over incident in Scott’s restaurant when he put his hands on throat of wife Nigella Lawson
- 4 Exclusive: Cristiano Ronaldo advised to stay at Real Madrid for another 18 months before making possible switch to Manchester United
- 5 Iran to send 4,000 troops to aid President Assad forces in Syria