Day In a Page
Sunday, 24 November 2013
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- Suicide attack in Beirut: Tragedy is spreading from Iran’s western border to the Mediterranean
- David Cameron demeans his office
- Wanted: A vision for two-thirds of the UK and the chance for David Cameron to polish his tarnished green credentials
- Don’t bet on the economy settling the election in 2015
- Can Scarlett Johansson revive the lost vocal art of the voicemail message?
- For the state to intervene in the free market would have been anathema to Osborne. How times change
- As 18-year-olds are recruited to be the next generation of spies, it’s time we re-thought what we mean by ‘graduate’ employment
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: My son is really struggling with work
- Inside Whitehall: The art of claiming our right to view masterpieces
- Central African Republic: Inaction is not an option. This failed state threatens to destabilise the entire region
- Segregating men and women at university events won't lead to equality
- Police reform: the Lord Stevens’s report has much to recommend it – until he drops the baton
- Who cares for our carers?
- Don’t be an Ed Miliband on Desert Island Discs. Instead choose these eight tracks
- Like the library, the public pool is an endangered species
- Some graduates are only worth unpaid internships
- The payday loans cap is a start - but so much more needs to be done to ensure low income households aren't taken advantage of
- Prostitution: We need to see paying for sex as violence rather than vice
- i Editor's Letter: Tony Blair and Rupert Murdoch - friendship on the rocks
- Think global not European to keep the City and Britain prosperous
- End of the affair: Has Rupert Murdoch has been struck by the curse of a close friendship with Mr Tony Blair?
- As their attitudes towards immigrants show, the Tories seem to have forgotten who they are and what they stand for
- Why should Ed apologise to David in public?
- The Coalition has failed the young - but a tax cut from George Osborne could help
- Concealment: the key to modern slavery
- Predictions of economic disaster are always with us
- JFK and the day I took one quick shot in Dallas ...
- I’m a traitor. I’ve joined the Kirstie Allsopp club
- Older – not necessarily wiser as pensioners who still work take drugs at the weekends
- Barack Obama gets his judges. But at what cost?
- Congratulations to Hull, 2017 City of Culture
- Green peace at last after campaign against drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic?
- Has RBS learned nothing from the financial crisis?
- Scandal and misconduct have eroded public trust in the police. Radical reform is long overdue
- Reports of a Murdoch-Blair feud are good news for Labour
- The tentative deal reached on Iran’s nuclear ambitions may have far-reaching consequences for the Middle East
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- Ashes 2013-14: Jonathan Trott returns home with stress-related illness ruling him out of remaining Tests
- Ashes 2013-14: England crushed as Australia take 1-0 series lead
- Ashes 2013-14: Australia captain Michael Clarke fined for 'using language or a gesture that is obscene, offensive or insulting' towards England bowler James Anderson
- Ashes 2013-14: Michael Clarke threatens Jimmy Anderson, Alastair Cook slams 'disrespectful' David Warner as series turn ugly
- Ashes 2013-14: Clueless England go from bad to worse as Aussies dominate third day of opening Test
- Ashes 2013-14 comment: The case of Jonathan Trott has shone a light on the thug culture of 'sledging'
- Ashes 2013-14: Marcus Trescothick explains the 'horrible' decision Jonathan Trott will have faced in leaving the England squad
- Ashes 2013-14: With Mitchell Johnson firing and England stuttering, signs are there that the urn is heading back to Australia
- Ashes 2013-14: I see fear in eyes of England’s batsmen, claims David Warner
- Ashes 2013-14: 'It's the bloody Ashes, not tiddly winks!' Matthew Hayden and Shane Warne quick to defend Michael Clarke
- Ashes 2013-14: Fear and loathing in Brisbane shows two teams split by acrimony
- Ashes 2013-14: Five things for England to sort out before the second Test
- Ireland claim place in World T20 finals with win over Hong Kong
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- Listen to Leonardo da Vinci's 500-year-old piano-cello hybrid
- Facebook and Twitter: how to avoid losing friends and followers
- Will Microsoft call time on Windows RT?
- Google's Eric Schmidt writes guide to switching from iPhone to an Android handset
- Apple confirms $360m purchase of motion tech specialists PrimeSense
- Xbox One matches PS4 with 1 million sales in 24 hours
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The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
Richard Dawkins tweets: 'Date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse'
Boozy, ignorant, intolerant, but very polite – Britain as others see us
- 1 Disney heiress Abigail disowns her share of family profits in West Bank company
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 4 Israel's propaganda machine is finally starting to misfire
- 5 HSBC closes bank accounts belonging to Muslim clients in the UK