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Friday, 15 November 2013
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- Bobby Parker: Bluesman whose riff from 'Watch Your Step' was borrowed by both the Beatles and Led Zeppelin
- Hetty Bower: Political activist whose membership of the Labour Party stretched back to the days of Keir Hardie
- Steve Prescott: Sportsman who raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity after being diagnosed with terminal cancer
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- i Editor's Letter: David Cameron has made the best of a bad situation
- i Editor's Letter: Would you lie to me?
- A glasnost moment? Unlikely. The Chinese remember what happened to the Soviets
- The demeaning message of Cara Delevingne's gloves: that there is nothing sexier than a scantily-clad woman doing the chores
- Argentina couldn’t rewrite its history, and neither can the Conservatives
- It’s parental attitudes that will help overcome the problem of lacking social mobility
- The Big Questions: How should we chose which Philippines typhoon charity to support? Should Cameron have gone to Sri Lanka?
- The Commonwealth is an organisation whose useful life may have ended
- Assassins can change history – but not in the way they expect
- Inside Westminster: The Coalition is steadily coming undone
- Errors and Omissions: Can you have too much ubiquity? Oh yes, you can
- Cashless is the future. Small businesses must adapt or pay the price
- He was going to immortalise me on canvas. But I’m 3D and I’ve only got an hour
- To stop the 'designer vagina' boom, let's make young women aware that genitals aren't all the same
- Still sweet on Saakashvili: Why, after all these years, I’ve still got a man crush on Misha
- Tales from the Water Cooler: Leave The Duke of Wellington's cone alone
- An architectural puzzle: Why is Zaha Hadid building the Iraqi Parliament in Baghdad?
- ‘Life inside the Secret State’ shows why Kim Jong-il was right to fear the growth of markets
- The relaxation of China's One Child Policy is necessary, and long overdue
- The names of theatres have emotional and sentimental resonance. Let's value their history
- Yes to Counselling and weight-loss plans, but doctors must ensure they treat each case of obesity individually
- Man about Town: Knitted wombs for a Friday night out
- The video of a dolphin is shocking, but is it just because it reminds us of ourselves?
- Why Sainsbury’s featuring Co-op items is a triumph for Christmas adverts
- Whether it’s Typhoon Haiyan or Rana Plaza, why are some victims more worthy than others?
- Blurred lines: John Tavener was an odd mix of minimalist, royalist and mystic – so why listen up?
- i Editor's Letter: Bike safety
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- Sachin Tendulkar retirement: 'Little Master' leaves field in tears as he brings an end to a glittering career for India
- Ashes 2013-14: England warm up for first real Test with a seven wicket win over Australia XI
- Sachin Tendulkar retirement: The 'Little Master' out for 74, so has he missed his chance for a final century?
- The Ashes 2013-14: Aaron Finch warns Graeme Swann that Pup, Watto and Bails will be flying
- Sachin Tendulkar retirement: Massive outpouring of emotion for Little Master
- Ashes 2013-14: Joe Root lands second successive fifty to ease fears over England's middle order
- F1: McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh admits he is doing everything possible to find Sergio Perez a 2014 drive
- F1: Lewis Hamilton describes his recent form for Mercedes as 'shocking' but remains confident of a strong finish to 2013
- US Grand Prix: Red Bulls on top after fog blurs picture
- F1: Jenson Button admits his surprise after McLaren team-mate Sergio Perez is replaced by rookie Kevin Magnussen
- F1: Paul Di Resta backs cousin Dario Franchitti to remain in motor racing after forced retirement
- F1: Heikki Kovalainen handed Lotus drive – for two races only
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- 'Price war' could see the end of free banking
- Don't allow a disaster to be a cash crisis
- Consumer Rights: Christmas trap can leave you heavily in debt
- Investment Insider: Get ready for world currency games
- Julian Knight: If you want a swift reply, threaten to say goodbye
- Simon Read: At last, real powers to crack down on dodgy claims firms
- Money alert: HSBC unpaid transaction fees
- Bargain Hunter: Cut-price Eurostar trip can help blow away those new year blues
- Questions of Cash: I had a devil of a time over my double payments to Demon
- Simon Read: Energy price changes are set to hit more people than ever. It's wrong
- Derek Pain: Why patience is still a virtue when it comes to shares
- Mark Dampier: Fund manager cites history as he bets against a Japanese recovery
- Five questions about: The Surviving Winter 2013 appeal
- Money Insider: Don't delay... make the switch and cash in with a new bank account
- Struggling with bills? Time to sell your home
- Chinese changes may offer investors new hope
- Tesco blow as discount on six wine bottles ends
- Donald MacInnes: How my 21st went all wrong with non-stop B52s and bubbly
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Apple's Tim Cook: Business isn’t just about making profit
Thousands of young people forced to go without food after benefits wrongly stopped under 'draconian' new sanctions regime
Ukraine crisis: New navy chief 'defects' and surrenders Crimean HQ as Putin claims ultranationalists forced intervention
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
Ukraine crisis: Russia dismisses '3am ultimatum' as 'total nonsense'
If you're horrified by a flame-roasted dog, you should be shocked at a hog roast
- 1 International Women's Day 2014: The shocking statistics that show why it is still so important
- 2 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 3 Orgasm machine to deliver climax at the push of a button
- 4 Too upsetting? Academy members voted for Oscar-winning 12 Years A Slave 'without watching it'
- 5 Liam Neeson turned down James Bond role because Natasha Richardson said she wouldn't marry him if he took it