Day In a Page
Thursday, 21 March 2013
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- Cancer halted in five patients after treatment with own genetically modified cells
- That's reassuring: Nasa chief Charles Bolden's advice on asteroid heading for Earth: just pray
- Does this picture prove the Big Bang theory? Map of 'oldest light' in the Universe released, as research from Planck satellite proves cosmos is 50 million years older than previously thought
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- Erdogan should pursue lasting truce with the PKK
- Children don't need stylists – they can fashion their own look
- Laugh at Cardinal Keith O'Brien, but not his victims
- John Walsh: For Roth, Newark is the home of the archetypal American life
- A Political Life: Watch out, England – Wales is ahead of you in more than just the rugby
- If the US constitution and Karl Marx can agree on a free press, why can't we?
- I’m glad I learnt to read Shakespeare at school rather than a balance sheet
- This week's big questions: Could Scottish independence happen? Should it? How important to it is Alex Salmond?
- I don’t get David Bowie. Maybe because I'm female
- Errors and Omissions: With churches it’s easy to get your Nicholases in a twist
- Is Jane Eyre happy? Is Hamlet sad? You will never find that out with a Google search tool
- The war in Iraq was wrong. But the anti-war movement has very little to be smug about
- Who will be the next Doctor Who?
- The Friday Quiz: Rich footballers, the Budget and a runaway tarantula
- A Muslim 'Measure for Measure'? That's one updated version of Shakespeare I'd love to see
- Clegg's immigration speech was an opportunity missed for the supposedly liberal Lib Dems
- Too rude for its own good, Twitter needs moderation
- Questionable Time: A front row seat for Michael Gove's Yadda-Yadda play
- The Google Glass generation: In our shiny new digital world are we increasingly terrified of being alone?
- Am I the only man who is fed up of feeling guilty over calories?
- Hot, small, and crowded, Singapore is having an identity crisis
- Bad for John and even worse for Britain: the Profumo Affair half a century on
- The Chancellor has missed his chance to cure this country of our very British obsession with property
- The BBC's loss is the FA's gain - Greg Dyke is the right man for the job
- Hippocratic Hypocrisy: When it comes to CPR, is less care actually better care?
- In this year's Budget, George Osborne showed he's committed to the illusions of a Torytopia
- Seen everywhere, sold for a snip: Tretchikoff's Chinese Girl shows art valuations are bonkers
- Iraq: We can all change our opinion, can’t we?
- ‘Hell had arrived in Halabja’: 25 years ago it was Kurds bombarded with chemical weapons - now Syrians might share their fate
- Big hits are what makes the NFL great
- The Royal Institute has produced some of the most important scientific discoveries of the last century - a revival is in order
- A plea to Girls Aloud: Don't split up!
- Budget 2013: Osborne, a part-time Chancellor, is just fiddling on the edges of the economy
- Editorial: Ruth Rendell's two-syllable novel
- Editorial: The PKK's declaration of a truce in Turkey is in everyone’s interest
- Editorial: There may be better ways than this security bond system to curb illegal migration
- Editorial: The Beginning of the Universe
- Editorial: An ambiguous Archbishop
- Editorial: Osborne's budget offers wrong solution to the wrong problem
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- New Zealand v England: Alastair Cook learns dangers of drop-in pitches and seeking a quick fix
- Fawad Ahmed: Australia's (latest) new Shane Warne?
- India back on top despite 'dream' return for captain Shane Watson
- Australian woes continue as Ravichandran Ashwin puts India in charge
- New Zealand v England: Steven Finn remains positive despite struggles
- Alastair Cook denies England have mismanaged Kevin Pietersen’s injury
- Kevin Pietersen absence a blow admits Alastair Cook
- New Zealand v England: Third Test preview
- Is love helping Tiger Woods to bounce back from the firestorm of 2009?
- Tiger Woods begins pursuit of world number one ranking with steady 69 at Bay Hill
- Tiger Woods published Lyndsey Vonn photos on Facebook to deter 'stalkarazzi' - but it will only encourage them
- Charl Schwartzel weathers storm to keep up Malaysian hopes
- Kimi Raikkonen leads the way in Malaysia practice
- F1: Lewis Hamilton promises fireworks after Mercedes is brought up to speed
- Malaysian Grand Prix: Fernando Alonso starts the mind games
- F1: Malaysian Grand Prix preview
- F1: Paul Di Resta intrigued by inevitable focus on 2014 season
- F1: Max Chilton enthused by Marussia progress
- Fernando Alonso: Ferrari can mount title challenge
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- How to turn the Budget to your advantage
- Sing about the brics for a spot of Isa excitement
- The bogus courier who scammed £244,500
- Money Insider: Rules tightened on paid-for bank accounts
- No Pain No Gain: A measure of certainty sets Booker free
- Is the Cyprus crisis a golden opportunity?
- Donald MacInnes: No finger of blame pointing at me when I lost wedding ring
- The energy company that’s leading the way in guaranteeing a fair tariff
- The Analyst: In Europe you must find the right manager to drive funds
- The Bargain Hunter: A classically good read for art lovers
- Shopping: Smaller sizes and higher prices? What’s new!
- Charges: Stop firms hiding unfair fees in the small print
- Five questions about… Junior ISAs
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
Poor 'live like animals' says Boris's privately educated sister after going on 'poverty safari'
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
Vince Cable: Teachers 'know absolutely nothing' about the world of work
Ukraine crisis: Russia pledges to 'retaliate against sanctions' as Ukrainian president says Crimea vote will not be recognised
The quiet diplomat: Catherine Ashton - recognised and admired in all the world’s troubled countries, yet ridiculed at home
- 1 Australian man Rod Sommerville reacts to bite from deadly snake by reaching for cold beer
- 2 North Korea elections: Kim Jong-un wins 100% of the vote
- 3 David Cameron resorts to paying for Facebook fans because not enough people like him
- 4 Steve Irwin’s final words: Cameraman present at death opens up about deadly stingray attack for the first time
- 5 Sharknado 2: Former WWE wrestler Kurt Angle to fight second wave of flying sharks