Day In a Page
Monday, 11 February 2013
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- The Pope can quit but it won't erase his complicity in his Church’s crimes
- Judging by the complaints, sanctions are inflicting pain
- Jewel-encrusted limos, corseted croupiers: who could resist a flutter online?
- There will be no currency war. But why did the G7 have to say it?
- North Korea: A nuclear tragedy which plays out as comedy
- Barack Obama, the fiscal cliff, and why the State of the Union could mark a Wile E Coyote moment
- Out of proportion? We're surprised by fat rich kids, yet expect it of the poor
- It’s now accepted that learning has to be profitable to be valid
- Yes, Page 3 is bad for women. But so are the photos in OK! magazine
- However you feel about Chris Huhne, it would have been a travesty for him to have stayed in office
- Victory against Workfare proves a point my generation has known all along - the system is taking advantage of us
- The Real George Orwell, rescued from endless parody and tiresome idiom for a new generation
- Spare a thought for the comedians as the Pope gets on his horse
- See it away: This time, Cambridge drinking society antics deserve the predictable backlash
- The story of the ‘ex-gay’ blogger exposed on Grindr isn’t funny, it’s just heartbreaking
- The 20th anniversary of James Bulger's death: a tragic episode and its shameful legacy
- Horsemeat: Regulation doesn’t taste so bad now, does it?
- Will the next Pope face south or north?
- If fat men are disqualified from being President, politics has gone crazy
- Legacy of the German shepherd: Benedict XVI turned out to be a pope of surprises – a tradition he maintained with his shock decision to resign
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: A volcanic family row
- The far right in France is now mainstream, and the French only have themselves (and Sarkozy) to blame
- You're never too old to get hit by a car - so stop, look and listen to my advice about crossing the road
- Pope Benedict XVI didn’t fail as the spiritual leader of the church, he just wasn’t up to running it
- Neither cuddly, nor evil – why do foxes makes fools of us all?
- Baftas, Grammys, Oscars - all these awards are meaningless. Unless, of course, you win one
- Attenborough's Africa: Why do we feel sorry for the animals on our screens, but not in our bellies?
- Why breast isn't always best
- 'Was the Iraq war worth it?' is a question unworthy of debate - so why are we still asking it?
- Hyper sexual Carnival atmosphere has a dark side for Rio's women
- Helen's new pink hair - hey Mirren, you've stolen my thunder!
- Let's turn the page on inappropriate book covers
- From horse to lasagne: Findus, supply chains, and why buying local is the answer in an ideal world only
- For Whitney Houston (and Judy Garland before her), it's trouble plus talent that makes a gay icon
- Poll: ‘How to be an MP’ is the most withdrawn book from House of Commons, but which title would you most recommend our politicians?
- Graduate's workfare victory: the response
- Poll: Would stories of boorish Cambridge drinking societies put you or your children off applying?
- New spyware Riot tracks your behaviour on Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare to predict crime - is it an invasion of privacy?
- Pope resigns: Best theories, gags and comments from Twitter
- And the BAFTA Award for most blatant perving on George Clooney goes to...
- Reddit, and four other things that failed to impress William Shatner
- Chris Brown snubs Frank Ocean during standing ovation and other great 2013 Grammys GIFs
- Editorial: A resignation that could do Catholicism a favour
- Editorial: The least worst option for the British press
- Editorial: Mr Salmond's reality check
- Editorial: A gauntlet thrown down to China
- Editorial: Inheritance tax freeze proves Osborne is not a master strategist after all
- Editorial: The absurd laxity of Britain's police
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- New Zealand beat England by 55 runs in second T20
- 'I was wrong' admits Stuart Broad after his call costs England
- Stuart Broad admits decision to bowl first against New Zealand was a mistake
- England cling to final chance in Women's T20 World Cup
- England to make last-minute call on Eoin Morgan fitness
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Tom Daley ‘is gay because his father died’ says UK evangelist
Iain Duncan Smith leaves Commons food banks debate early
David Cameron takes his biggest gamble yet as he gets tough on Europe over immigration
Kiss and yell: Italian protester charged with sexual assault after kissing riot police officer
Anachronistic and iniquitous, grammar schools are a blot on the British education system
Top PR exec Justine Sacco under fire for sending racist tweet before flying to Africa
- 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