Day In a Page
Tuesday, 26 February 2013
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- Stéphane Hessel: Résistant and UN diplomat who became a hero of the left in his nineties
- Jonathan Rendall: Writer on boxing and gambling who lived life close to the edge
- Wojciech Inglot: Cosmetics maker who caused a craze among Muslim women
- Sir Denis Forman: Granada executive hailed as a pioneer of commercial television
- Francisco Fellove: Charismatic soul singer
- Bruce Millan: Secretary of State for Scotland and EC Commissioner
- Otfried Preussler: Bestselling author of children's books
- Professor Keith Clayton: Pioneering environmental scientist
- Raymond Cusick: Designer whose greatest creation was Dr Who's biggest foes, The Daleks
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- Alcohol consumption and health: Be honest about the damage, and we'll be honest about the drinking
- Morrissey says more homosexuals means less war, but history disagrees with him and so do I
- Everyone's a winner if the Lib Dems win Eastleigh
- Should Britain stay in or leave the EU? The ‘baffling’ prospect of an in-out vote
- Want a better school? Free up governors
- If you ask me...Pippa Middleton must realise the brutal training us real columnists have undergone
- First the Pope resigns, and now Cardinal Keith O'Brien too - The Catholic Church's leadership has been tarnished as never before in its history
- The Rohingya of Burma are on the edge of disaster. Why won't the world act?
- Dismissing the Rennard allegations as mere 'gropings' reinforces a dangerous worldview
- No delays expected: PlayStation 4 returns to 'pick up and play' style of old
- Abraham Lincoln's real lesson for Labour? Compromise is over-rated
- Discarding Trident would not aid global nuclear disarmament; it would only imperil UK security
- Negative interest rates mean more pain for savers
- When even Yahoo!'s Marissa Mayer wants workers in the office, is the homeworking revolution over?
- Pack off Nick Clegg and send for Vince! Only a total Cleggectomy can save the Lib Dems now
- Don’t let the developers take your last civil right – the right to light
- Derek Rose's attempt to blackmail ex-girlfriend Tamara Ecclestone is the work of a scumbag, but should it be illegal?
- Arts and culture matter - yes, even in a recession
- Rape is a Western problem too - and it will be as long as male power comes at the expense of women
- Why don't more women blow the whistle on sexual harassment in the office? Because typically this results in blowing one's career too
- The Page 3 debate continues - and I'm not done yet
- Blue badge holders and the finger wagging brigade
- First Aid education could save thousands of lives a year, so why isn't it on the curriculum?
- Luxor hot air balloon crash: How tourism has changed in Egypt
- The car's no longer the star for a mobile generation
- Walking while I work has been a big step forward
- September babies have better chance of getting into Oxbridge
- 3 musical collaborations that make Justin Timberlake and Marcus Mumford look normal
- Ever taken drugs? Whatever you do, don't tell the kids
- Poll: Titanic II to set sail in 2016, would you take a berth?
- Would re-electing Silvio Berlusconi be good for Italy?
- Will Owen Jones end up in parliament?
- How to stop the Harlem Shake (or bring it back to its roots)
- Editorial: The fine line between justice and a witch-hunt
- Editorial: The new pope must take on the Vatican
- Editorial: Italy shows how the tide has turned against elites
- Editorial: George Osborne's wake-up call
- Editorial: The horns of a dilemma
- Editorial: More rape questions for the Met
- Editorial: An orderly changing of the guard in Cuba
- Editorial: This inquest must probe every dark corner
- Editorial: All aboard for the Red Planet...
- If Lib Dems lose Eastleigh, their inept handling of Lord Rennard scandal will be blamed
- Yes, I can wear pants all day, but the novelty wears off – there’s work to be done
- Rhodri Marsden: Understanding music's capacity to irritate is part of growing up
- Green is great - while you're rich
- Officers' handling of rape cases has improved
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- Badger culls given go-ahead in Gloucestershire and Somerset
- Minister hails excess fish dumping ban
- Cites conference: Little-known manatee breed in spotlight
- Cites conference: Canada and US at odds over trade in polar bears
- 5,000 badgers on Government's slaughter list
- Brigitte Bardot wins fight to save elephants
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- Tom Maynard was 'habitual cocaine user', batsman's inquest hears
- Ian Bell: We must wage war on drugs
- Cricket has other players in rehab already
- Ian Bell hits ton as England signal contentment in warm-up against New Zealand XI
- England hand Nick Compton the chance to cement place as Ashes opener
- James Lawton: Terrible tragedy should act as a wake-up call for English cricket
- India seal dominant victory over Australia
- India take series lead over Australia
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Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
- 1 Rihanna 'nude photos' claims emerge on 4Chan as hacking scandal continues
- 2 Frank Lampard equalises for Manchester City against Chelsea: how Twitter reacted
- 3 Kim Kardashian 'nude photos' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence scandal
- 4 Free U2 album: How the most generous giveaway in music history turned PR disaster
- 5 Britain First picture: Photographer 'horrified' after first Afghan policewoman killed by Taliban used for 'ban the burka' campaign