Day In a Page
Thursday, 13 September 2012
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- Derek Jameson: Fleet Street veteran and broadcaster who edited three tabloid newspapers
- General Sir David Fraser: Soldier who was first with his men into Brussels after D-Day
- Chris Lighty: Hip-hop entrepreneur
- Professor Sid Watkins: Doctor whose efforts saved countless lives in F1
- Lillian Lopez: Singer with hit band Odyssey
- Bradley F Smith: Military and intelligence historian
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- We have the truth, now we need justice for the 96
- Thanks Mum, you were so right about that tattoo
- The provocateurs know politics and religion don't mix
- I doubted this day would come. But the Hillsborough families never gave up
- This is not the first time the police have got it terribly wrong on rape.
- This week's big questions: Is Islamism a threat? And should we fear Romney or Boris?
- The French journalists spying on Kate Middleton ought to be wary of vengeful British comrades
- If you ask me: I once rode roughshod over Christians. Never again!
- Boning up is the best way to learn history
- People with mental health history should be allowed to serve on a jury
- Have we finally grown out of novels that ‘zip along’? I hope so
- Errors and Omissions: A wrong turn in Columbia
- A Political Life: Even with the Tories in disarray, don’t expect Boris to waltz in just like that
- The violation of Kate Middleton: what this furore tells us about who we've become
- Thatcher's "boot boys": When the unholy trinity of police, press and government took root
- We British are not suddenly such a lovely people on account of all our medals
- Even a £300m house comes with a bongo-playing bloke in the basement
- How not to be a feminist
- Gluttonous for gluten
- Manifesto for a new Mercury Music Prize
- Gadget litter: it's the greed of tech companies that fills our drawers with outdated plugs
- Forget Kate's topless pics, these royals are the real rebels
- Why Osborne’s dash for gas is not all it is cracked up to be
- Tell it like it is, Nick. There are bigots everywhere
- Why is breast cancer awareness made so sexy?
- Anas Sarwar, Alex Salmond, and how the Olympics fan the flames of independence in Scotland
- We're in the grip of upgrade addiction
- The outcry over Hillsborough won't stop this happening again
- Everyone in Britain who cares about social justice has a duty to resist this failing austerity programme
- A spirit of daring is in the air. Let’s just hope the BBC notices
- How can we learn to trust bankers again?
- More sinned against than sinning? Not this predatory King Lear
- Take a bow, Sir Roger Moore. More men need to share their experience of domestic violence
- Sept 13th, 2012: What’s trending and why?
- Killing your pet with love
- Hillsborough scars will take a long time to heal
- Logic points inexorably towards political union
- Andy McSmith's Diary: Sepp Blatter and the Hillsborough 'savages'
- The softly spoken diplomat who lifted the rebels' resolve
- A threat to child welfare, so why isn't the government listening?
- Collision-catchers: how helmet-cams took off
- Do you have to be black to play Obama?
- France prints topless Kate pics
- Mitt Romney is no film critic
- USA are only now enforcing calorie counters?
- Mmm, bacon...Google Bacon
- Video: Winslet's winning audition
- I'm not sorry for calling out Republican gay activists
- The Left will dance on Maggie's grave
- Sorry Kate, Gwyneth nabbed it
- Who is "anti-Muslim" Sam Bacile?
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- England in disarray as tour selection is postponed over Kevin Pietersen row
- The Buttler did it... and now England can ramp up title defence hopes
- Kieswetter and Buttler smash hosts to victory
- County Championship round-up: Promoted Derbyshire set sights on title
- England fast bowler James Anderson signs new deal with Lancashire
- Championship round-up: Kent's hopes crumble at Croft's hands
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- Simon Calder: A new train set? Be careful what you wish for
- Open Jaw: Where readers write back
- Travel Agenda: QT Sydney; Cornwall Food and Drink Festival; South India; Virgin Atlantic; Brazil; Residence hotel in the Maldives
- My Life In Travel: Laura Trott
- Faster than the speed of flight: Is it possible to fly to Australia in just two hours?
- 1 Dear Sir Jimmy Savile: A comedian's words of valediction to the nation's trusted uncle
- 2 Gurdwaras-turned-food banks: Sikh temples are catering for rise in Britain’s hungry
- 3 Teenage girl convicted of robbery after taking pre-crime selfie wielding knife
- 4 Newly vegan Beyoncé wears fox fur to dine in meat free restaurant
- 5 'I'm experiencing austerity as well', says Princess Michael of Kent