Day In a Page
Thursday, 12 July 2012
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- Christopher Challis: Cinematographer celebrated for his unforgettable images
- Lol Coxhill: Saxophonist whose work ranged from punk to the farthest reaches of free jazz
- Joe McBride: Stalwart of Jock Stein's formidable 1960s Celtic side
- Briefly: Archbishop Eugenio de Araujo Sales
- Laurie Rimmer: Headmaster and rugby international
- Eva Rausing: Philanthropist and heiress who struggled against drug addiction
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- Leading article: A parliamentary inquiry that must raise its game
- Leading article: Escape from recession may be the easy part
- Leading article: Labour has questions to answer on Lords reform
- Leading article: Faster justice is not necessarily worse
- Leading article: A chance to stand up to Putin
- Leading article: Ms Gates throws down the gauntlet
- Leading article: Football remains in the dock
- Leading article: Betty Boothroyd for Barclays chairman?
- Tom Chatfield: Smartphones lock us in to our own lives – art can release us again
- Sophie Heawood: Boring! Capturing yourself in the act is too normal and too easy
- Alice Jones: Even Ascot isn't this fussy about hats
- Simon Kelner: Is this the thin end of the corporate potato wedge?
- Amol Rajan: Decline and fall of that great craft, the Knowledge
- Owen Jones: Islamophobia - for Muslims, read Jews. And be shocked
- Mike Trace: Eva Rausing helped other addicts to live
- Laura Davis: Tulisa may have won the sex tape court case, but the damage is irreparable
- Simon Kelner: I don't get this frenetic homage to generic fromage
- Lisa Markwell: This summer hasn't left its Marks on my wardrobe
- Viv Groskop: At least make your 'mum' taunts funny
- Sean O'Grady: Life will be longer, but poorer as we don't produce enough to pay for public services
- Gillian Orr: 'Grim' will be great. I should know...
- Liam Vernon: The risks for the labour traffickers are still too low
- Deborah Ross: Break the 140 character barrier with RealMeet?
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- I'll always wear a helmet, says wary De Villiers
- Loss of desire sees Australian cricketer Brett Lee announce international retirement
- County Championship round-up: Clear as a Bell that England batsman is in sparkling form
- Ian Bell: That blow to Mark Boucher was a real sickener
- Graeme Swann struggling to be fit in time for South Africa Test
- County Championship round-up: Tremlett toils while Strauss hits 50 in Middlesex flop
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- Simon Calder: Going where the sun shines brightly
- Inside Travel: Be a tourist, not a target
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- My Life In Travel: Jacqueline Wilson, children's author
- Travel Challenge: Last-minute family getaways
- Travel Agenda: Monaci delle Terre Nere; Fred Olsen; New York's 'Restaurant Week'; Western & Oriental
- Preparation and experience key to avoiding avalanches
- The most deadly avalanches in history
- Border staff with limited immigration training will plug gaps at London's Heathrow Airport over summer
Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
Disgruntled RBS worker writes hilarious open letter to Russell Brand after anti-capitalist publicity stunt leaves him hungry
Shock poll shows voters believe Ukip is to the left of the Tories
New era of cheap oil 'will destroy green revolution'
Ukip founder Alan Sked and Nigel Farage 'begged Enoch Powell to stand as a candidate'
Ukip candidate jokes about 'shooting peasants' in racist and homophobic rant
- 1 Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
- 2 Harry Potter fans can apply to the Hogwarts-inspired College of Wizardry
- 3 Jessica Chambers: 19-year-old woman 'doused with lighter fluid and burned alive' in the US
- 4 Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage 'poundshop Enoch Powell' in BBC Question Time debate
- 5 Orange Wednesdays are no more