Day In a Page
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
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- Scientists record new coldest temperature on Earth
- The ten coldest places on Earth
- The ten coldest places on Earth
- Asteroid which wiped out dinosaurs 'could have sent life to Mars'
- New Nobel laureate Randy Schekman hits out at academic publishers over their publication of only the 'flashiest' research
- Human brain hard-wired for rural tranquillity
- Cold-tolerant super cockroach discovered in New York
- Science Minister David Willetts: Britain can help send astronaut to Mars within 30 years
- Eleanor Parker: The Baroness in 'The Sound of Music' who specialised in playing characters who were sad, flawed or despicable
- Private Edward Heffron: Private with Easy Company whose wartime exploits were recorded in the HBO series 'Band of Brothers'
- Roland Paoletti: 'The Medici of London Transport' whose Jubilee Line Extension is regarded as a masterpiece of design
- Penn Kimball: Journalist who sued the US government after learning that he had been secretly declared a security risk
- 'Baby' Jake Matlala: World champion in two weight divisions who was named as his favourite boxer by Nelson Mandela
- Barry Jackson: 'Midsomer Murders' pathologist who also played a rent collector in the seminal drama 'Cathy Come Home'
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- Elephant Appeal: No more deaths on the savannah... politicians must act
- The Liberal Democrats are not lurching to the left or the right
- Scientology: If religions don’t need a God, what do they need?
- We want women to sit at boardroom tables – but we also fetishise motherhood
- Won’t the proponents of free schools ever see that they just might not be right?
- Elephant Appeal: Where is your money going?
- Has Manhattan lost its mojo?
- Gay sex ban in India is an absolute travesty
- Kids aren't less likely to achieve because of iPads
- If you thought it was trivial to care about putting a woman on a bank note, #feministtenner will prove you wrong
- If our politicians were brave enough, or even simply rational, they would follow Uruguay's lead and legalise cannabis
- It isn't enough just to be appalled by Imperial's rat beheading lab methods
- World leader super-selfie at a memorial service: am I the only grown up left?
- PMQs: Inspired by Mandela, Cameron wanted to forgive his opponents
- Playing the EU off against Russia will not help Ukraine in the long term
- Why do female scientists receive less funding?
- Obama and Cameron's selfie was a human moment. Let's not castigate them for it
- Political Takeout: What does Mandela's death say about British politics? And was 2013 a bad year for feminism?
- i Editor's Letter: Race for the North Pole
- It’s a sick society that encourages its citizens to view everything going on around them with suspicion
- The Lib Dems should not sign up to Osborne's austerity straitjacket
- Despite the economic misery of the last five years, Europe remains a success story…as Malta’s passport sale clearly demonstrates
- Carney is learning fast after his less than happy start
- Poor old Princess Michael of Kent in these hard times of austerity
- Benjamin Netanyahu’s refusal to attend Nelson Mandela’s memorial service speaks of Israel’s growing isolationism
- This Government has thrown the poor and vulnerable on the scrapheap
- Sex doesn't sell? This study into women's response to raunchy advertising starts wrong and gets worse
- Five unbelievable habits of elephants
- The damaging hierarchies we place on skin shades
- The Nobel Prize for Peter Higgs recognises truth in an ancient Greek idea
- Take note, supermarkets: We already have laws in place concerning alcohol and children
- Charities need money. But they also need principles
- i Editor's Letter: Shining the spotlight on charities
- A £28m fine imposed on Lloyds shows how far banking went wrong – and gives hope for the future
- In supporting George Osborne’s ‘fiscal contract’, Nick Clegg mapped out his party’s future – and his own
- Standards in our GP surgeries are not high enough
- Does Matteo Renzi herald a new dawn for Italian politics?
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- The Ashes: The century men: Captains Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke in Test landmark
- Ian Bell on the Ashes 2013-14: We know we've let ourselves down – however there'll be no shortage of fight from us in Perth
- Ashes 2013-14 comment: England need to learn from Australia and master art of avoiding 'the creep'
- The Ashes: Sir Ian Botham left embarrassed by England team's decline
- The Ashes: Andy Flower key to England revival, says Adam Gilchrist
- Ashes 2013-14: England's hunger to prove doubters wrong will see them come out fighting in Perth, claims wicketkeeper Matt Prior
- Ashes 2013-14: Andy Flower insists England have not lost hunger, despite going 2-0 down in series
- Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson and Graeme Swann rested for ODI series against Australia
- The Light Roller: I don't like cricket, oh no, I hate it
- Trio return for England women's Ashes defence
- McLaren and Force India miss early tyre test
- F1: Lotus mock rule changes with 18 proposals of their own, including 'Any drivers named Sebastian Vettel will complete their own pit stops without assistance from their mechanics'
- F1: Double-points for final Grand Prix labelled 'absurd' by Sebastian Vettel
- F1: FIA unveils rule changes to try to win back fans - including a double-point final race
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- Sony fans who received free PS Vita threatened with legal action
- Norway to digitize all books and offer them as free downloads
- South Korea considers law to classify online gaming as a potentially antisocial addiction
- Xbox One sales surpass 2m worldwide announces Microsoft
- Nokia's 'Normandy' handset: an Android smartphone to boost the low-end market
- Chinese scientists 'increasingly confident' about invisibility cloak after making a cat disappear
- Mars One: the dream of a reality-TV funded colony in space gets closer
- Foodini: the £835 machine that 'prints' food in your kitchen
- 6-year-old boy from US starts petition to save Nasa
- Chinese hackers linked to G20 spying, targeted five European countries
- Samsung attempt to 'silence' customer whose phone caught fire
- Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer rumoured to be interested in popular photo-sharing site Imgur
- $183,000 fine for man who joined Anonymous attack for 'one minute'
- GTA 5 update: Content Creator released, online heists and story mode updates coming soon
- Google lets you create your own Street View locations and load them online with your phone
- Low-cost metal 3D printer could be the next step in home manufacturing revolution
- Jesus Christ named history's most successful meme
- Is Facebook making us forget? Study shows that taking pictures ruin memories
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- Passengers face travel chaos at Stansted Airport as technical fault leaves planes unable to land
- A spell of fog exposes lack of resilience in Britain's aviation infrastructure yet again
- Deals of the week - festive shopping in London, design hotel in Portugal,Christmas in Austria
- Get me out of here - spa in Andalucia, sun in the UAE, ski in the Milky Way
- Is compensation due after the IT collapse at air-traffic control?
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- Rats beheaded with scissors and mice kept in a 'pitiful state': Imperial College London vows to overhaul treatment of animals in labs after video emerges showing 'appalling suffering'
- Outcry at 'gender apartheid' in new guidance for UK universities
- Thousands of students attend 'cops off campus' demo - with police so far nowhere to be seen
- A brief history of student protest: From 'no women at Cambridge' in 1897 to 'cops off campus' in 2013
- Exeter to Edinburgh and back in a day: How one fresher's lost bet left him facing a 900-mile round trip
- American student 'attacked in Cambridge by thugs who thought he looked like Harry Potter'
- Woman to be disciplined by Exeter University after being named 'Britain’s horniest student' by dating website
- Better late than never: 90-year-old grandmother waits seven decades to graduate from University of Manchester after WW2 got in the way
- Sussex University dramatically lifts exclusions on five suspended students
'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
British Muslim school children suffering a backlash of abuse following Paris attacks
Islamic history is full of free thinkers - but recent attempts to suppress critical thought are verging on the absurd
Leaked documents show Ukip leaders approve NHS privatisation once it becomes more 'acceptable to the electorate'
- 1 The BBC has just done more to eradicate ‘terrorism’ than all our wars since 9/11
- 2 Dog thinks owner is drowning in lake, dives in and tries to pull him out
- 4 Chilling drone footage captures Auschwitz ahead of 70th anniversary of liberation