Day In a Page
Thursday, 27 September 2012
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- John Collins: Decorated Motor Torpedo Boat officer who went on to become a leading banker
- Herbert Lom: Versatile character actor who will be forever remembered as Clouseau's boss in the 'The Pink Panther'
- John Bond: Colourful footballer and manager
- Andy Williams: Singer whose relaxed style made him a star in the United States and Britain
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- David Cameron was just bluffing on Letterman's show, says Boris. And what would he know?
- Israel and the Occupied Territories are much changed - yet peace seems more distant than ever
- A Political Life: Knocking on doors, you learn that impression, not detail, is what matters
- Why do we care about Megan Stammers from Eastbourne but not "Suzie" from Rochdale?
- It’s the audience question you dread above all others. ‘Do you remember... ?’
- Has Abu Hamza hurt British justice? And does it matter if Andrew Mitchell said the word 'pleb'?
- On Abu Hamza as on defending your home, the suitably named Judge Judge has called it right
- Note to publishers: even authors have to eat
- They all sell out. Lana Del Rey’s just got there at full throttle
- Errors & Omissions: In this nuclear war of words, we've surrendered to hypocrisy
- Nepal Plane Crash: Is it safe to fly internally?
- The miracle of driverless cars
- Why gardening keeps you ever so humble
- Winckler's Wacky World: Samuel says vote
- Is it time to forgive and forget Kelvin Mackenzie and the Sun over the lies they told about Hillsborough?
- Leftists must learn to embrace the free market
- It’s time to shoot down the game hunting myths
- Free speech allowed: Why Europe needs debate
- Why are they trending? Lewis Hamilton, McLaren, Libor, Luis Suarez and #ireadthedailymail
- Question Time returns: Steve Coogan, public schoolboys and plebgate
- When people are told ‘feel free to shoot’, more people get shot
- Cameron's Letterman Fail: Could you do better?
- The test is at fault, not the kids or the teachers
- Spain shows it 'gets it'
- Whistleblower's tale: 'A4e routinely fabricated results to get payments'
- Another royal palaver: expat says I'm not wearing this in row over Kate Middleton's dress
- A child can't 'choose' to be a prostitute
- Europe’s leaders are sowing the seeds of the euro’s collapse
- Get real, the Arab Spring is no endorsement of the West
- Is lesbianism so awful you’d rather your child married a gold-digger?
- Cameron can’t do a Boris – and shouldn’t try
- School security makes you feel like you're entering a prison
- John Terry found guilty over Anton Ferdinand incident: Do you agree with the punishment?
- Our nuclear weapons are neither needed nor deployed. Does Ed Miliband have the courage to scrap them?
- Joint embassies make sense, not just with Canada
- Le Pen's attacks on Islam are no longer veiled.
- The tyranny of sex: Just imagine what you could be doing without it
- New New Labour for children of the Blair years
- Why are they trending? drugslive, RIP Avalanna, Andy Williams, David Cameron, Letterman
- Is Facebook the 21st century confessional box?
- Trenton Oldfield is part of our eccentric heritage. We should cherish him, not imprison him
- Sketch: Nick's big on hand signals – but short on inspiration
- Clegg's speech: what he said – and what he meant
- Soak the rich, Vince? There aren't enough of them to tax
- Rock bottom: New Kate Middleton pics show more
- Men who shirk housework stay married longer
- Missing Megan Stammers Found in France
- Thieves steal $10,000 in wedding gifts
- Pete Townshend explains child porn searches
- Nazi statue made from intergalactic space dust
- Australia to kill sharks on sight
- Hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza: more delays to his deportation
- John Terry must apologise
- Inside Obama's war on weed
- How dirty is J K Rowling's ‘The Casual Vacancy’?
- Could we see a Labour-Lib Dem coalition?
- Facebook ads don't work
- Obama attack ad brutalises ‘47%’ Romney
- Forget trolls, it's the troll-hunters I hate
- Boy survives bite from most deadly snake
- Investigation into the death on set of Johnny Depp's The Lone Ranger
- Megan Stammers' tweets to teacher
- Review Round-up: J K Rowling's The Casual Vacancy
- Does taking ecstasy live on TV glamourise drugs?
- Kelvin Mackenzie - beyond sick
- Jon Hamm in not-so-hot shocker.
- The gall of Kelvin MacKenzie
- Anti-cuts riots grip Spain as Europeans fight back against austerity
- So, how did David Cameron do on Letterman?
- Editorial: A brave effort to square the Coalition circle
- Editorial: There must never be another Rochdale
- Editorial: About more than a free bus pass
- Editorial: All power to Mr Wheatley's elbow
- Editorial: Half an answer to sclerotic banks
- Editorial: Not such a departure from Harry Potter
- Editorial: A lesson from golf about Britain in Europe
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- World Twenty20: England felled by Rampaul double
- England fall short in Super Eight campaign with defeat against the West Indies
- World Twenty20: Stuart Broad tells batsmen to balance risk with reward
- World Twenty20: Australia crush India by nine wickets
- World Twenty20: Pakistan fightback stuns South Africa
- World Twenty20: Stuart Broad remains confident England can defend title despite 'unacceptable' display
- World Twenty20: England v West Indies highlights
- World Twenty20: Sri Lanka edge thriller against New Zealand
- Central-contract deadline looming for England batsman Kevin Pietersen
- Kiwis beaten in Women's T20 cricket
- World Twenty20: Sri Lanka prevail in 'super over' drama
- England women seal 43-run win
- James Lawton: Tiger Woods versus Rory McIlroy could be the biggest duel the Ryder Cup's ever known
- James Lawton on the Ryder Cup: Stay calm and channel the spirit of Seve Ballesteros
- Ryder Cup: This is our Olympics – I can hardly sleep, says USA captain Davis Love
- Ryder Cup: Europe's Strictly session a new twist on team bonding
- Ryder Cup: Player ratings
- Ryder Cup: Primal scream from Ian Poulter drowns out the schmaltz from American TV
- Bubba Watson: A goof with Attention Deficit Disorder or USA's Ryder Cup hero?
- Ryder Cup: Tournament still has edge despite mutual respect says USA captain Davis Love
- Ryder Cup: The USA want to target me? Bring it on, says bullish Rory McIlroy
- The latest Ryder Cup news and highlights
- Ryder Cup Corner: Players unwind at Justin Timberlake dinner
- Easy Jose! Jose Maria Olazabal and the merry Ryder Cup wives
- The latest Ryder Cup news and highlights
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- Ruby Wax in Portugal: Face up to the full treatment
- Simon Calder: Don't take the 5.06 for an early Bath
- Canary Island forest fires: All quiet in La Gomera
- Travel Agenda: Philly please, Pedal power, 56, Seasonal spectacle, All Aboard, New flight from Southend, Head north and Winter Warmer
- My Life In Travel: Kevin McCloud
- Will Dean's Ideas Factory: Type positive – can fonts stop car crashes?
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Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
- 1 iOS 8 apps and features: eight iPhone settings you need to look at after you install update
- 2 Kim Kardashian 'nude photos' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence scandal
- 3 'F*ck it, I quit': KTVA reporter Charlo Greene quits live on air in spectacular fashion
- 4 Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
- 5 Hitler’s former food taster reveals the horrors of the Wolf’s Lair