Day In a Page
Saturday, 9 June 2012
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- John Kampfner: Euro 2012: How can we lecture other people about racism?
- Andrew Martin: A nice cup of tea beats bottled water every time
- Patrick Cockburn: America is deluded by its drone-warfare propaganda
- Patrick Mercer: Thinking the unthinkable? Not the MoD
- Matt Chorley: Whatever it is, the over-enthusiast is right behind it
- Katy Guest: Those pesky diet ads are as irritating as midges
- DJ Taylor: The BBC defied gravity, and now it's adrift
- Harriet Walker: Beware the broth of over-attentive guilt
- Simmy Richman: The Emperor's New Clothes (10/06/12)
- Katy Guest: Rant & Rave (10/06/12)
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- Draw looms for West Indies despite Tino Best's record breaking heroics
- Samuels turns things round as rotation leaves slips in a spin
- Bowlers battle each other while battering Windies
- England rewards are hard-earned at third Test
- England struggle for wickets at Edgbaston
- Rain delays buy England time to ponder Pietersen's replacement
- County Championship round-up: Leaders hold on for draw to thwart champions
- On the Front Foot: Davies so close to Test cap, but sometimes it's hardly worth having
- Round-up: Wells defies the gales with century to put wind up Surrey
- London 2012: Where's the lasting economic legacy?
- The Last Word: Cook's taekwondo drama will turn into revenger's tragedy
- When your Olympic dream dies, you face the nightmare alone
- Former paperboy Farrell has eye on making his own headlines during London 2012
- The Last Word: Should London 2012 selection be subjective or objective?
- Cook's hopes fade as BOA ratifies team
- Nadal leads as French Open final suspended
- Djokovic feels hand of history on shoulder ahead of battle with Nadal
- Sharapova blasts into history books
- Sharapova triumphs over Errani at French Open
- 'Almost perfect' Nadal threatens Djokovic's hopes of history
- Murray is happy to be back on the green, green grass of Queen's
- From the Baseline: Popular press fails to help Murray
- Sharapova back at No 1 – and out to complete her set of Slams
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- Why savers should be going off online
- Boutiques take on manager Goliaths
- Wealth check: 'Are a second child and a forever home possible?'
- Thirty million 'set to be in fuel poverty'
- Derek Pain: Triple whammy will put the skids under my quarterly accounts
- Mark Dampier: A good insurance policy for times such as these
- Spotlight On: Halifax £100 switching incentive
- Money Insider: Why financial know-how has to be kids' stuff
- The Bargain Hunter: Logon to ASOS for stylish savings
- Kate Hughes: Could a summer of jubilation be the ultimate financial confidence trick?
- Donald MacInnes: When it comes to picking a winner, I'm just an Apprentice
- 'Second-steppers' tap parents for support - again
- Questions Of Cash: Where was my money during the ISA transfer?
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash: 'Nine Britons, 23 Americans and 80 children' feared dead after Boeing passenger jet is 'shot down' near Ukraine-Russia border
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Massive rise in sale of British arms to Russia
- 1 Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Pro-Russian rebel 'admits to shooting down plane'
- 2 Israel has discovered that it's no longer so easy to get away with murder in the age of social media
- 3 Israel-Gaza conflict: The myth of Hamas’s human shields
- 4 Amy Winehouse unpublished 2004 interview: ‘Ten years from now I’ll be 30, so I’ll maybe have one baby’
- 5 Dutch paedophile club to fight their ban at the European Court of Human Rights