Day In a Page
Wednesday, 13 November 2013
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- Why grandma, what a big family tree you have... Scientific research has been used to trace Little Red Riding Hood’s roots....
- Your dog is 10,000 years older than scientists thought
- 3.5 billion-year-old 'horribly smelly' fossil found in Australia is 'oldest ever complete example of life on Earth'
- A Nobel effort: The winners and losers in the battle for the top prize
- A valuable weapon in war against drug-resistant superbugs: Antibiotic offers hope
- Sociable people have 'bigger' brains
- Nasa's spectacular image of Saturn shows 'the day the Earth smiled'
- Panthera blytheae: Scientists discover oldest ever big cat fossil
- Joaquin Hernandez Galicia: Oil workers' leader who became rich and powerful but fell foul of president he made the mistake of crossing
- Barbara Hicks: Veteran of stage and television who excelled in period dramas and worked with Olivier, Coward and Ayckbourn
- Professor Olive Stevenson: Academic whose work helped pave the way for effective provision of child protection services
- Colonel Earl Browning: Counter-intelligence officer who was a lone voice in opposing the use of Klaus Barbie as a paid informant
- Peter Fatialofa: Sportsman who led Samoa to victory over Wales and on to the quarter-finals of the 1991 World Cup
- Manfred Rommel: Field-Marshal's son who served as the popular and successful mayor of Stuttgart for 22 years
- John Tavener: Musician whose work was informed by the spiritual fulfilment he found in the Russian Orthodox Church
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- Channel 4's ‘Bedlam’ is right to expose the tough reality of severe mental illness
- We are ruled by an ‘out-of-touch, moneyed elite’. But their advantages might actually help
- Don’t tell us under-25s we’re stingy. Paying our way is hard enough as it is
- No wonder the Mafia are nervous. This pope is not one to indulge the wishes of gangsters
- In Viennese painting of the early 20th Century, you get a sense of horrors to come
- Boris's comments on ‘hasty, rash, precipitous’ cyclists is classic government victim-blaming
- It's obvious why John McCririck was put out to grass - and it has nothing to do with his age
- So why did Snapchat reject Facebook's huge offer?
- Chilcot Inquiry: Why should the conversations of Blair and Bush be made public?
- The abuse to Charlene White shows the issue of wearing a poppy has become massively overblown
- Cameron shouldn't have gone to Sri Lanka. But here are three things he can salvage from the trip
- Anti-rape underwear: Do women really need to put themselves under lock and key?
- Eric Schmidt joining the Economist is a feather in London's cap
- Keep cycling deaths in perspective
- Cameron is attacking those he thinks ‘lack aspiration’. What would he know?
- Why we all should Marvel at this Muslim superhero
- i Editor's Letter: The pain of never knowing what happened to your son
- The Hurlingham club has kicked out Vicky Pryce - but not because of what she did
- How the EU is thwarting states from continuing with capital punishment
- What’s behind an alarming rise in physical assaults on parents by their offspring?
- Let me introduce you to my trolls
- Why do private-sector zealots choose to ignore the countless ways public money underpins daily life?
- As Cameron prepares to travel to Sri Lanka for CHOGM, my husband - a journalist who criticised the regime - is still missing
- David Dimbleby gets inked: so what exactly does a tattoo even mean anymore?
- Lily Allen is right to aim at misogyny in the music industry - but her video doesn't quite hit the target
- It is the bystanders who helped lift a car off a cyclist at Spitalfields - and who saved me - that represent the real Britain
- The feeling of drinking alcohol without hangovers, disease or addiction? Bring it on
- End stagnation and create aspiration with free grammar schools
- Typhoon Haiyan: The scale of this catastrophe was preventable
- Cambridge Rear of the Year? It's still sexist
- It’s a good report but we need a firm strategy for A&E too
- i Editor's Letter: Prince Charles is right to intervene on behalf of British farmers
- Labiaplasty or “designer vagina” operations should not be marketed as a ‘lifestyle choice’
- Sri Lanka’s appalling human rights record raises questions about legitimacy of the Commonwealth
- Less is more: Fewer A&E departments means better patient care
- The Central African Republic hosts a crisis few know about in a country of which few have heard. Our help is needed urgently
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- Sachin Tendulkar retirement: The 'Little Master' reaches 38 not-out on the first day of his final appearance for India
- Sachin Tendulkar retirement: How will India cope without its Little Master?
- Ashes 2013-14: Steve Finn closes on Test place with timely reminder of his strike-rate
- Australia Invitational XI v England, first day match report: Steven Finn and Boyd Rankin fail to convince ahead of Ashes
- Sachin Tendulkar retirement: Final test sees Little Master turn back the clock
- The Ashes 2013-14: Your complete guide to the tour Down Under
- Sachin Tendulkar retirement: The Little Master in numbers
- The Light Roller: The Ashes will be won and lost by old men and new-fangled salads
- The Ashes 2013-14: Alastair Cook told me the England team for first Test, claims Australia captain Michael Clarke
- The Ashes: Stuart Broad quickly hits stride but rival pacemen come up short
- F1: Lotus announce former Renault, McLaren and Caterham driver Heikki Kovalainen as Kimi Raikkonen's replacement for US and Brazil Grand Prix's
- F1: McLaren confirm Kevin Magnussen will replace Sergio Perez for 2014
- F1: Michael Schumacher rejected approach from Lotus to race in last two Grand Prix of the season
- Swapping skeleton for Snowdonia: Amy Williams prepares for World Rally Championship debut as co-driver
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- PS4 games on release: we pick the seven best for Sony's new console
- Defibrillator iPhone app launched to help locate life saving first aid equipment
- Motorola Moto G: a £135 smartphone to boost the budget market
- PS4 launch: Early reports of hardware faults dog the console
- Snapchat: Photo-sharing app rejects Facebook's $3bn acquisition offer
- Malicious software hijacks your phone’s microphone and camera to record your PIN
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- Students outraged as ULU president Michael Chessum arrested in 'attack on the right to protest'
- Cambridge 'Rear of the Year' competition caught out over trademark infringement
- Student protesters rally in London as campaign to save ULU begins
- Westminster University students ‘furious’ after controversial Islamic preacher booked for charity dinner talk
- Protester cleared of threatening behaviour for calling Hove MP 'a coward'
- Bruce almighty: Rutgers University to offer a class in Springsteen theology
- The richer you are, the more likely you will get into a top university, says report
Nigel Farage: NHS might have to be replaced by private health insurance
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
French court convicts three over homophobic tweets, in case hailed as a 'significant victory' by LGBT rights campaigners
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
George Galloway condemns 'racist, Islamophobic, hypocritical rag' Charlie Hebdo at freedom of speech rally
British Muslim school children suffering a backlash of abuse following Paris attacks
- 1 Paris attacks: Do not call Charlie Hebdo killers 'terrorists', BBC says
- 2 Man who held up 'hire me' sign at Waterloo station returns a year later with 'I'm hiring' sign
- 3 UK weather: Snow to fall in the coming week with sub-zero temperatures to last until early February
- 4 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 5 The enemy within: People who hear voices in their heads are being encouraged to talk back