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- Gareth Walters: Welsh composer of fastidious craftsmanship who became an inspirational teacher
- William Asher: Pioneering director who helped make the blueprint for the modern sitcom
- Ernie Machin: Footballer who made history in court
- Rabbi Yosef Elyashiv: Hardline interpreter of Jewish law
- Laurence Dopson: Medical writer, and obituarist for 'The Independent'
- Barton Biggs: Global investment guru noted for his later pessimism
- Leading article: To be open for business, Britain needs immigrants
- Leading article: Sit back and let the Games cast their spell
- Leading article: Another blow to the Chancellor's strategy
- Leading article: Time to rethink ties with Rwanda
- Leading article: A victory for the public interest
- Leading article: Syria has no future with Assad
- Leading article: Paul Chambers and a deserved last laugh
- Leading article: One easy way to refute accusations of profiteering
- Leading article: The rest of the UK must follow Scotland's lead
- Michael Bywater: Forget faster, higher, stronger. I'll settle for a more sedentary Games
- Amol Rajan: Could it be that Mitt is not such a mutt after all?
- Lisa Markwell: Who's the most scared when children take flight?
- Alice Jones: Hot, ready, legal - Bieber the next teen paradox
- The big questions: Is milk too cheap? Are the Games worth it? Should young people work for experience?
- Viv Groskop: Why tax breaks for chauffeurs but not kids?
- Simon Kelner: It's grim up North – but that's no reason to be regionalist
- Simon Kelner: Happiness is a warm survey, unless you're in Arran
- Natalie Haynes: Guess I'm just going to have to walk three miles to pay in a cheque ...
- Tessa Sanderson: I won gold - but having the Olympic Games in my home town is something else
- Tara Conlan: We didn't know back then that the era of big business was on its way
- 1 Pope Francis: Being an atheist is alright as long as you do good
- 2 Man and woman arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder victim of Woolwich machete attack, named as Drummer Lee Rigby
- 3 'Sickening, deluded and unforgivable': Horrific attack brings terror to London’s streets
- 4 Archaeologists uncover nearly 5,000 cave paintings in Burgos, Mexico
- 5 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
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