Day In a Page
Sunday, 10 March 2013
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- Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies: Resistance to antibiotics risks health 'catastrophe' to rank with terrorism and climate change
- Resistance to antibiotics is 'ticking time bomb' - stark warning from Chief Medical Officer Dame Sally Davies
- Why did the hedgehog NOT cross the road? Because it had adapted its behaviour in order to thrive in a threatening man-made environment
- Does real beauty even shine through a grimace?
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- Can the four-day working week really be the future?
- Happy Mother's Day: Perfect mothers can cure all the world's ills - what a shame they don't exist
- Even mums don't last for ever
- Theresa May in No 10? It's not totally daft
- I know what Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce will face - my background may as well have been Mars to fellow prisoners
- Prison will be a less terrifying experience for Chris Huhne than facing his ex-wife’s fury
- Does our new national identity have to be quite so life-affirming?
- Watch out Ray 'taxes are rape' Winstone - the PC Brigade is back and this time they've got a point
- Missing the points? As Chris Huhne is sentenced to eight months in prison, our society must start taking road safety more seriously
- Labour and the Tories both think they'll lose 2015 and they can't both be right
- If you don't like offensive comedians like Frankie Boyle, why are you repeating their jokes?
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: I need my mother by my side, how can I stand by and watch her die?
- Surely the whole point of a quiz is its essential uselessness
- A holiday for the senses: You can tell you're abroad from a glance at the local press
- The primary school teaching about pig rearing is right: Children must understand meat production
- As he and Vicky Pryce are jailed, Chris Huhne shows politicians should steer clear of driving
- Today the EU goes cruelty-free, but is the beauty industry’s commitment more than skin deep?
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Was Vicky Pryce foolish to trust a journalist's advice?
- Isabel Oakeshott was right to spell out to Pryce the impact of revealing her story
- Cameron's days in office may be numbered, but the national agenda is still set by the right
- Pryce has been chastised, why isn't the adulterous Chris Huhne being blamed for his family's misery?
- Pakistan's minorities are under attack and the country's blasphemy laws must share the blame
- Robert Fisk: A misty-eyed farewell to Lebanon's smoky nargile dens
- The Prime Minister speech on the economy asserted the incredible in defence of the indefensible
- Even while holidaying on a remote tropical island, Twitter will keep you up to date
- It took a while, but Barack Obama's honeymoon is definitely over
- Since when did we apologise for morality?
- Now it's official: child-rearing is women's work
- Why going Catholic is a liberal act
- Better a full life than an endless one
- Now I'm moving house for one day only
- Keep your redactions. We want the whole truth
- Want to know what Iraq is like now? Check out 'Henry VI', parts I, II and III
- UK business has an urgent need for speed
- The Emperor's New Clothes (10/03/13)
- Rant & Rave (10/03/13)
- Poll: As he and Vicky Pryce are sentenced, do you think Chris Huhne's punishment is fair?
- Poll: As she and Chris Huhne are sentenced, is Vicky Pryce's punishment fair?
- ‘Have a real #1D tattoo? Show us!’ Were One Direction right to remove their request to fans?
- Poll: Is Ray Winstone's use of the word ‘rape’ to describe Britain's taxation system inappropriate?
- Editorial: The Lib Dems are walking tall
- Editorial: Time for the media to find a compromise on Leveson recommendations
- Editorial: The NHS and Demos - it’s a bad idea to stigmatise the poor
- Editorial: Nasa Kepler shows a reality even stranger than science fiction
- Editorial: A vocal archbishop is good for the church
- Editorial: It's time the EU got tough on Hungary
- Editorial: Bath Festival puts the world to writes
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- New Zealand v England first Test: Steven Finn heroics can't cure England of first Test syndrome
- First Test: Nick Compton makes a name for himself
- The Queenstown effect: Andy Flower defends England players amid criticism
- Andy Flower confident Stuart Broad turning the corner on comeback trail
- Shane Watson 'considering future' after he and three others are dropped from Australia cricket team for India Test after not doing their homework
- Steve Finn celebrates maiden half-century: 'I didn't know he had it in him... nor did he'
- On the Front Foot: First Test hopes sacrificed on the altar of crowded schedules
- Cheltenham Festival: Odds stacked more than ever in favour of the Goliaths of jump racing
- James Lawton: Cheltenham's tales of guts and glory will dispel stale air left by latest football row
- Cheltenham Festival: Take Zarkandar to zip in and steal former champions' crown
- Lucinda Russell and Peter Scudamore: Racing double act dealing with twin tragedies as best they can
- The Last Word: Behind the Festival fun lie Cheltenham's killing fields
- Cheltenham Festival: All eyes trained on Sprinter Sacre - 'the horse of a lifetime'
- Cheltenham Festival: Cause Of Causes value to gatecrash the winner's tent in Festival opener
- Pipe takes shorter option to avoid Dynaste 'slog'
- Avenue leads to relative riches
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- 1 Tim Sherwood challenges Daniel Levy to set out vision for Tottenham Hotspur’s future
- 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 #Teamnigella: It’s the only side to be on
- 5 Christmas comes early: Justin Bieber is 'retiring from music'