Day In a Page
Tuesday, 22 January 2013
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- Inez McCormack: Civil rights and human rights activist who fought discrimination in Ulster
- Violet Philpott: Puppeteer who brought Zippy to life in 'Rainbow'
- Eugene Patterson: Journalist who championed the civil rights movement
- Gigi Giannuzzi: Iconoclastic publisher celebrated for his books of photojournalism
- Stan Musial: Baseball player considered one of the best in history
- Toyo Shibata: Poet who published her first collection at the age of 98
- Squadron-leader Alfie Fripp: Britain's longest-surviving and oldest prisoner of war
- Michael Winner: Film director best known for 'Death Wish' who later became a restaurant critic
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- By offering an in/out referendum, Cameron made Ukip stronger. Let the war of independence begin!
- Cameron banged the drums like Blair, and one Tory didn't like it
- Cameron's speech on Europe makes it less likely he will be Prime Minister after the next election
- I'll miss my dinners with Michael Winner
- An Irish councillor wants special licences for rural drunk drivers. What would Flann O'Brien say?
- Soaring emotion in the silent music that is falling snow
- David Cameron's promise of an in/out referendum was full of contradictions and creates more, not less, uncertainty about Britain's future
- Israeli election runner-up Yair Lapid is the kind of pro-peace politician the Middle East is crying out for
- Public health minister is right - deprived families are more likely to be obese and we have to intervene
- Why flexitarians like me fit neatly into an an age when everyone is so afraid to commit
- Grandmother Lindsay Sandiford's cocaine sentence: Executing drug mules isn't just inhumane. It’s also pointless
- High street failures are a personal history of loss
- Closing children's heart surgery units? Time to rethink your NHS 'strategy' Mr Hunt
- These misguided Muslim ‘Sharia squads’ are playing right into the EDL's hands
- Brothels for disabled people: Guess what? We like sex too
- Cameron take note: international police work is no place for Eurosceptic grandstanding
- There’s nothing empowering about girls who expose themselves online. Look what happened to Tulisa
- In Barack Obama's America, reason and hope prevail where suspicion and poison once reigned
- In Davos, there is cautious optimism about private sector recoveries - and concern about the daunting task facing governments and societies more broadly
- To hope may be human, but don’t deceive us about possible cures
- Unless Ricky Tomlinson is working for al-Qa'ida, 'national security' is an odd reason for secrecy
- Alas Prince Harry - or should that be Captain Wales? - is as much a victim of fate as anyone he commands
- Mali, Algeria and what the latest conflict in north Africa tells us about the meaning of 'War on Terror'
- We'll remember Michael Winner for achieving what few can - a total reinvention
- Prince Harry might think war is just a game, but as a propaganda tool he has his safety, Afghanistan's future, and the lives of British soldiers at risk
- The Sessions, Untouchable, Rust and Bone - it's great they're tackling disability, but where are the disabled actors?
- Prince Harry was positively tame when talking about the brutal reality of war in Afghanistan
- Poll: does it matter if Joseph Kony is found dead or alive?
- In Israel, Netanyahu and Likud may be disappointed
- Can Barack Obama fulfil his second term promises?
- Israel, Palestine, Iran, Russia, China ... that's quite an in-tray for John Kerry
- Poll: Do you actually care about the EU referendum?
- Poll: If the EU Referendum Cameron has promised was held today, how would you vote?
- 5 Great GIFs from President Obama's Inauguration
- What is ‘swatting’? - Chris Brown, Tom Cruise and Justin Bieber fall victim to the latest celebrity pranking craze
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- Andy Murray ruthlessly dismisses Jeremy Chardy to reach Australian Open semi-finals
- Andy Murray to face Jeremy Chardy as David Ferrer survives in 'miracle' Australian Open fightback
- Andy Murray to face Roger Federer in Australian Open semi-final
- Sloane Stephens stuns ailing Serena Williams to set up Victoria Azarenka Australian Open semi-final
- ITF to bring in biological passports to beat doping
- James Lawton: Ice baths and icy aggression point way to Australian Open triumph for Novak Djokovic
- Novak Djokovic advances to Australian Open semi-finals
- Maria Sharapova insists off-court links with Li Na will not be an issue after pair reach Australian Open semi-finals
- Opponents crushed as Andy Murray and Roger Federer head for Australian Open collision
- Sloane Stephens sets up test of Serena William's mentoring
- Andy Murray not concerned by lack of extended playing time - 'that would be silly'
- Serena Williams laments 'worst two weeks' following exit to teenager Sloane Stephens
- David Ferrer's 'miracle' escape act sets up Novak Djokovic semi-final
- Li Na reaping rewards of new coach's 'crazy' training regime
- Ivan Lendl warned he faces a 'fight' with callow coach
- Deaf teenager says disability can help him reach the top
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Robin Williams Emmys tribute led by Billy Crystal criticised for including 'racist' joke about Muslim woman
The Rotherham child abuse scandal is a tale of apologists, misogyny and double standards
What do immigrants really think of Britain? Polish immigrant's Reddit post goes viral
Scottish independence TV debate: Pumped-up Alex Salmond bounces back in bruising second round against Alistair Darling
Do you realise just how foolish the UK looks?
With Douglas Carswell joining Ukip, my party has taken another giant step forward
- 1 Keira Knightley topless: Conservative actress does own take on #Freethenipple campaign for Interview Magazine
- 2 Argentina may change its capital city from Buenos Aires, says president
- 3 Joan Rivers: 'Palestinians deserve to be dead'
- 4 The 3D-printed key that can unlock anything
- 5 Lady al-Qa’ida: On the trail of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, the world’s most wanted prisoner