Day In a Page
Tuesday, 19 March 2013
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- Thanks to Mastcam, Nasa finds more signs of Mars water
- Out of this world: 35 years after mission to boldly go where no spacecraft has gone before - Voyager 1 'exits' Solar System
- Scientists disappointed that Budget failed to help under-funded research facilities
- Budget 2013: Research - Scientists upset by cash snub
- Sybil Christopher: Actress, theatre producer and first wife of Richard Burton
- Mariam Farhat: Hamas activist known as 'the mother of martyrs'
- Sir Fergus Montgomery: Right-wing MP who served as Thatcher's PPS
- Sir David Hart: Influential leader of Britain's head teachers
- Terry Lightfoot: Clarinettist and Trad jazz pioneer
- General Sir Richard Worsley: Soldier who oversaw the end of Britain's presence in the Far East
- Olivier Metzner: Defence lawyer who became the most respected and feared of his generation
- Frank Thornton: Actor forever remembered as Captain Peacock in 'Are You Being Served?'
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- Budget 2013: Some of Osborne's tiny changes could give a big boost to British industry
- Trapped by his own ideology, the Chancellor is lonelier than ever
- Typing: Bring back the quick brown fox
- Budget 2013: When wealth is flaunted, poorer people suffer
- Recovery takes time. But, with a bit of luck, we could be back on the right track
- Who says reggae music has no place in the House of Commons?
- If You Ask Me...Stay-at-home mums and working mums: lay off!
- I’m sick of men like Bill Roache ‘justifying’ their behaviour in the 1970s
- Cut in beer duty is welcome tonic for Britain's suffering pubs
- William Roache, child abuse and past lives
- Growing up with Iraq
- I agree with Mr Gove - learning by rote can be the basis of a good education
- ‘Who is to blame for sexual assault?’ The language of rape
- Workfare: Why did so many Labour MPs accept this brutal, unforgivable attack on vulnerable people?
- The crisis in Cyprus shows how ordinary people are learning to cope
- Outrage at the Steubenville rape case is all over Twitter - whether CNN likes it or not
- The Budget of 2018: Future governments will have to learn how to do more with less
- Budget 2013: The speech George Osborne would like to make
- What drives jihadism? Clue: it's not what you think
- Come on, Kate – a girl would mean progress
- Leveson: We the press only have ourselves to blame
- Leveson: Who knows what might pop up next
- Oh, take me back to the Russian island of Sakhalin – and its all too British weather
- Why are educationists so afraid of cultural excellence?
- NHS press officers have a bad reputation. Perhaps it's time they had their own PR campaign
- Don't pity China's 'leftover women', they've got more going for them than you realise
- As Kate Middleton knows to her cost, board games cause rows, for royals and ordinary goyim alike
- Rape in India: Leaders need to prove they want to make their country safe for women
- Our new Pope offers an opportunity for the rebirth of the Church
- Budget 2013: What George Osborne should do to help small businesses and get Britain moving again
- Indian engineering excellence - new Reva electric car coming to UK
- Why it's a mistake to trim climate change from the curriculum
- Targeted by militants, Pakistan’s women push back
- Poll: Will the Budget's £2,000 cut from employer National Insurance help unemployment?
- Budget 2013: Twitter reacts to Osborne's statement
- Poll: Does the Budget do enough to tackle the deficit?
- Poll: Does the Budget do enough to promote growth?
- Scratch and sniff cannabis cards to be distributed - but do you know what it smells like?
- Best Twitter gags as George Osborne joins the site
- Osborne's Budget Bingo: Like Mecca Bingo, only less fun for pensioners
- Build homes regardless of what the nimbys say
- Poll: Where should Richard III be interred?
- #gdnlunch: What ‘Guardian readers’ feed their kids
- What took Hilary Clinton so long to support gay marriage?
- Why is Obama going to Israel?
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- Ian Bell: I've got myself out twice but the aggression is a tactic and I'm sticking to my principles
- James Anderson faces more gruelling spells before reaching the big 300
- Confusion surrounds Kevin Pietersen injury: England batsman out of third Test in New Zealand and IPL with knee problem - will he miss the Ashes too?
- England in New Zealand: Alastair Cook and Nick Compton loving their honeymoon period
- Will England miss Kevin Pietersen?
- Nick Compton dreaming of place in England's Ashes squad
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Sustained immigration has not harmed Britons' employment, say government advisers
British jihadist calls for 'flag of Islam' over Downing Street and Buckingham Palace
Australia facing international condemnation after turning around Sri Lankans at sea
7/7 memorial defaced on anniversary of 2005 attacks with ‘Blair lied thousands died’ graffiti
Even when it brutalises one of its own teenage citizens, America is helpless against Israel
There’s a nasty smell in the political air – and it’s coming from the Tories
- 1 Howard Jacobson: Let's see the 'criticism' of Israel for what it really is
- 2 Gingers face extinction due to climate change, scientists warn
- 3 Brazil vs Germany World Cup 2014: In defence of Mesut Ozil - the Arsenal midfielder works magic in the shadows
- 4 Pornhub pleads with users to stop uploading videos of Brazil 'getting f**ked by Germany' in World Cup match
- 5 Give childhood back to children: if we want our offspring to have happy, productive and moral lives, we must allow more time for play, not less