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Sunday, 17 March 2013
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- The graphene story: how Andrei Geim and Kostya Novoselov hit on a scientific breakthrough that changed the world... by playing with sticky tape
- £80m 'wasted' on smallpox terror threat
- Dash for cash is stopping science in its tracks, claims Nobel winner
- That's deep: life found 11km below sea level in deepest known point on the surface of the Earth
- What, no jet packs? Life in 2013, as predicted in 1988
- And the new health food is... horse
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- Robert Fisk: The cost of war must be measured by human tragedy, not artefacts
- If Iraq taught us anything, it's this...
- Humility has had a bad press. It could be ripe for a comeback
- Forget this Budget: it's last year's that counts
- If you ask me...I don’t want to die knowing I’d never bought an ice-cream maker
- The lessons we can learn from Cyprus
- Senator Rob Portman, food banks and why empathy fail is rife among our politicians
- Forget privacy – it’s conversation Google is killing
- Why can’t we do comedy as brave as South Park?
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: My wife gets clingy when I leave for work
- Greek footballer's Nazi salute: Katidis is probably not a fascist. But he is certainly an idiot
- The betrayal of England’s wild heritage
- The Ríos Montt genocide trial finally begins in Guatemala
- Westminster should drink from wisdom of Welby
- In defence of impact assessment: Love is great but love that achieves something is even better
- The paedophile - sick or criminal?
- FGM in Ghana: What local African organisations are doing to eliminate female genital mutilation
- Leveson: Time to stop talking about press regulation and see if it actually works
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Why is the Mouth of Humber silent on phone-hacking?
- Why do we cosy up to these Wahhabi tyrants?
- Leveson’s legal backstop is aimed at a rogue press – not a free press
- Female protagonists in fairy tales: Imagine if the witches of Oz got their due
- Don't claim Irish ancestry because it's St Patrick's Day, just enjoy it!
- The public wants a diverse and free press that doesn't abuse its position
- Liam Fox is the last person Osborne should heed
- Independent Midwives: a woman’s right to choose
- Britain has a responsibility to ensure tough standards are imposed on the sale of our weapons
- The hidden victim of Chris Huhne's downfall
- On a wing and without a prayer – the decline of the monarch butterfly
- Retirement? It's a shocking waste of a life
- For Syria's young refugees, childhood is over
- MPs, ignore David Cameron and vote for a free press
- Western meddling in Syria will only fuel the Sunni insurgency
- Why is the book refusing to die? Can't it read?
- Booze tax? I'll drink to that...
- Taylor Swift: why so much cruelty to such a successful young star?
- The Emperors New Clothes (17/03/13)
- Rant & Rave (17/03/13)
- Is it possible that the Greek footballer handed ban after Nazi salute didn't know what he was doing?
- We need trophy-hunters to help protect the lion
- Leveson: Twitter reacts as the three main parties reach a deal on press regulation
- St Patrick's Day: Obama's got a Guinness...how will you be celebrating?
- Editorial: The unleadable Conservative Party
- Editorial: A Leveson deal worth backing
- Editorial: Iraq 10 years on - this war damaged the UK at home and abroad
- Editorial: A royal charter alone will not restore trust
- Editorial: Our obsession with TV isn’t all bad news
- Editorial: The high price of saving Cyprus
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- New Zealand v England: 'One-Test series' to decide outcome after rain hits play
- Stuart Broad takes 6-51 as England force New Zealand follow-on in second Test
- New Zealand v England: Alastair Cook ready for one-match Test series
- New Zealand v England: Poor show all round as England's bowlers battle on bland pitch
- Australia fall to series defeat in India
- On the Front Foot: Heart sinks at flyover threat to historic beauty of Basin Reserve
- F1: Kimi Raikkonen victory at the Australian Grand Prix brings promise of thrilling campaign
- Australian Grand Prix 2013: Kimi Raikkonen proves he and Lotus have what it takes as 2007 world champion storms to victory in Melbourne
- Kevin Garside: Throwback Kimi Raikkonen keeps it simple in a style Stirling Moss would be proud of
- Race is on to make the bucks go further
- Jenson Button 'mentally drained' by McLaren's poor performance
- F1: Jenson Button in damning assessment of McLaren's start to new season
- F1: Shamed Adrian Sutil makes most of second chance with sparkling return with Force India
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9 reasons Greece's experiment with the radical left is doomed to failure
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
Have we reached 'peak food'? Shortages loom as global production rates slow
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford faces execution by firing squad in Indonesia
Liberal Democrat minister defends comments suggesting immigration causes pub closures
- 2 The awkward moment Sarah Palin raised $25,000 for Hillary Clinton's election campaign
- 3 Ball pool for adults opens in London
- 4 Amal Clooney gives excellent response to fashion question at European Court of Human Rights
- 5 Baldness could soon be treated using stem cells, scientists hope