Day In a Page
Monday, 28 January 2013
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- Frank Keating: Doyen of sportswriters whose work was suffused with wit and and joy
- Arthur Rowlands: Policeman who was awarded the George Medal
- Major Harris: Singer best known for 'Love Won't Wait'
- Cardinal Jozef Glemp: Priest who helped lead Poland from communism to democracy
- Dr Acer Nethercott: Olympic rowing cox and noted academic
- Professor Peter Walsh: Authority in medieval Latin
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- If we want to improve childcare in Britain, we should learn from the example of Europe
- Ryan Gosling worship is leading to the rise of the 'blandsome'. Let's give men a (Diet Coke) break
- Who needs a spare room, anyway?
- Rupert Murdoch links sympathy for Palestinians to anti-Semitism. The truth is more complex
- Martin Clunes may be 'surprised' he's been ditched by Churchill Car Insurance. Nobody else is
- Share prices are rising, but growth is not. Is there a problem - and, if so, what should we do about it?
- Dear Mr Boles, there’s a lot worse than living among disused offices
- Childcare reforms must be seen, not just heard
- Our risk averse mental health system is wasting money and harming recovery
- Get on this diet quickly – so you can get off it again!
- Rupert Murdoch's Twitter slap-down has big implications - and not just for News Corp editors
- Bill Gates, impact evaluation, and why anxiety is a catalyst for more effective social change
- Why Vine, Twitter's new video-sharing service, is the best six seconds of your life
- Everything is about to change forever: My experience of gender dysphoria
- If you ask me...So if dogs were human, and we were their dogs
- Give councils direct power to raise tax
- If we want to limit immigration, why punish Chinese tourists?
- HS2 shows that investment is not such a dirty word after all. But how did the Coalition get here?
- It’s time we relaunched the grandparent in fiction – and in real life
- Gove’s changes threaten Britain’s greatest asset: our creativity
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemma: Will I ever feel properly ‘grown up’?
- The RSPCA: Can it destroy and protect animals at the same time?
- Adam Afriyie can only be regarded as Britain's answer to Barack Obama if you ignore his politics
- HS2 the high-speed rail from London to Manchester will be nice, but it won't do much for the North
- Childminders and nurseries can now look after more children - this means the quality of care will diminish
- Don't celebrate Adam Afriyie just because the Windsor MP has a ‘clean’ expenses record
- #silentnomore : Our message to trolls - no, we won't shut up
- HS2: a new railway to drag Britain from the 19th century to the 21st. But are the specifics right?
- Bonuses are needed – taxpayers must accept it
- Google, Yahoo and Marissa Mayer
- The Republican Party: Split to survive
- Rupert Murdoch says Gerald Scarfe got it wrong - but Charles Moore beat him to it
- Was Rupert Murdoch right to apologise for Gerald Scarfe's cartoon in the Sunday Times?
- WATCH: Hilarious clips of celebrities reading 50 Shades of Grey
- Tall groom, small bride: why is height still important to relationships?
- Editor of Business Insider flies economy class and thinks it's funny
- Poll: With Zero Dark Thirty, is Hollywood guilty of promoting torture?
- A guide for potential immigrants to the worst parts of UK culture
- Hillary Clinton is a liar! (says Jonah Goldberg)
- Chuck Hagel was chosen by Obama because they agree war is always a last resort
- Is Dubai's underwater hotel the wackiest of its kind?
- A Pope, a dove of peace and a seagull get together...
- Rolling Stone's ‘50 Funniest People Now’ vs ‘People's Sexiest’: Can you be funny and hot?
- Is Philippe Dubost's online Amazon resume the best CV ever?
- Editorial: High-speed rail is not the best way to spend £32bn
- Editorial: Violence that bodes ill for Egypt's future
- Editorial: Hillary Clinton leaves a hard job well done
- Editorial: Mali's lesson is that we still need the US
- Editorial: Local A&Es are a national issue, too
- Editorial: No alternative to RBS bonuses
- Editorial: Well, they would, wouldn't they?
- Editorial: The triumph Down Under that was overlooked
- Editorial: Who owns the contents of the clouds?
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- Fit and 40 in Florida: Could this prove the making of Lee Westwood?
- After a lot of knocking, the door to Tour victory opens at last for Chris Wood
- Tiger Woods sends message to Rory McIlroy about who will rule the waves
- Tiger Woods closes on Rory McIlroy in the world rankings following 75th PGA Tour title
- Blistering pain but no regrets for Andy Murray following defeat to Novak Djokovic
- Victoria Azarenka makes a powerful point to hostile crowd
- Andy Murray back in training eager to avoid spring slump
- James Lawton: Andy Murray has only one real problem – the utter brilliance of deadly Novak Djokovic
- Floating feather and a backhand miss will haunt Andy Murray
- Andy Murray v Novak Djokovic: How the match unfolded in Melbourne
- Quadfather Peter Norfolk retires from wheelchair tennis
- Matt Butler: On Mats point, it's thumbs up for Wilander and Co
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- 1 Top PR exec Justine Sacco under fire for sending racist tweet before flying to Africa
- 2 French pub fined €9,000 after customers returned empties to bar - because it's 'undeclared labour'
- 3 Sun will 'flip upside down' within weeks, says Nasa
- 4 The publisher who played with fire: the battle for control of Larsson's £30m legacy
- 5 Police seize possessions of rough sleepers in crackdown on homelessness