Day In a Page
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
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- Raphael Terroni: Acclaimed pianist and teacher
- Shaun Cummins: Boxer and bodyguard known as 'The Guvnor'
- Said Aburish: Writer whose works shed much valuable light on affairs of the Middle East
- Chris Stevens: Admired and respected diplomat killed in the Benghazi consulate bombing
- Chad Everett: Actor who worked with David Lynch
- Mildred Nevile: Campaigner who fought tirelessly for the world's poor
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- I smell a rat in the newly gentrified East End
- State has left burnt-out, dispirited GPs in the lurch
- How to do office banter – without causing offence
- Two decades on from Hezza, Francis Maude resurrects one of the largest offices in Whitehall history
- The BBC's trouble with grey hair
- Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats need to explain what they offer that nobody else does
- My dad the inmate (Part 3)
- Australia votes against same-sex marriage
- Winckler's Wacky Web: V-Necks declared gay
- Britain's shameful complicity in Sri Lanka's torture
- Tackling bullying in schools: CCTV isn't the answer
- Homophobia is 'the biggest problem in football'
- Three objections anticipated
- Equal marriage around the world
- Kate's topless pictures prove we need to start respecting privacy
- SamCam: down with the kids in Downing Street
- Unambitious? Are you taking the Michael?
- Equalities minister: no reason to delay gay marriage
- The British are having more babies. Let's start planning for it.
- Thanks, Kate’s breasts: you've shown it's not OK for us to leer
- How to win while loathing half the voters
- Say g'day to Australia's other muslims
- Let’s speak out for the freedoms that we cherish
- The state shouldn't stop people marrying unless there is a good reason. Being gay is not one of them
- A brief history of equal marriage
- My dad the inmate (Part 2)
- Man Utd: still in the red
- Diary: Owen Paterson gets badgered for a little more information
- Down's Syndrome abortion is a complex discussion, but at least it's being talked about
- If you ask me: This season's absolutely must-have trends
- The Abbey habit has been ruined by advertising
- Sept 18th, 2012: What’s trending and why?
- Mitt Romney secret video: why remarks to Republican donors tell us he won't be President
- Welfare reforms are little more than a sticking plaster
- Chef 'slow-cooked' his wife's body in boiling water for four days
- French mag sparks outrage as controversial cartoons of nude Prophet Mohammed are published
- Clint Eastwood: Obama's secret weapon
- Libya on Fire
- We must stay the course in Afghanistan
- Lady Gaga wears fur: why not me too?
- America legalises wolf-hunting
- S. Korea is world's metrosexual capital
- How Newsweek's #Muslimrage went rogue
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- England happy with World Twenty20 preparations after beating Pakistan
- Kevin Pietersen pays price as England move on
- Kevin Pietersen left out of England Test squad despite going to 'great lengths to reach a reconciliation'
- Bowling over the viewers: Behind the scenes of televised cricket
- Australia beat Ireland by seven wickets in World Twenty20
- Craig McDermott's Irish mavericks will keep Australia guessing
- England batsman Luke Wright vows not to be written off as second-best No 3
- Nasser Hussain wants England and Kevin Pietersen to 'kiss and make up'
- Kevin Pietersen omission irrelevant to England's World Twenty20 chances says Paul Collingwood
- Alex Hales' hitting lifts title defence hopes despite Kevin Pietersen absence
- Sri Lanka 'can be first hosts to win World Twenty20'
- Ajantha Mendis sets Twenty20 record with 6 for 8 in win for hosts Sri Lanka
- India will shield bowlers after Pakistan defeat
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The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
Richard Dawkins tweets: 'Date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse'
Boozy, ignorant, intolerant, but very polite – Britain as others see us
- 1 Disney heiress Abigail disowns her share of family profits in West Bank company
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 4 Israel's propaganda machine is finally starting to misfire
- 5 HSBC closes bank accounts belonging to Muslim clients in the UK