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Saturday, 27 April 2013
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- With Churchill set fair for the five pound note, what price equality? Show me the money women
- Care homes on the brink as bailiffs move in
- Newsjacking: Bold, brash and incredibly risky - how the advertising equivalent of Russian roulette (sometimes) conquers the world
- New legal aid reforms end 'justice for all', lawyers warn
- Anger at UK's investment in 'risk-free' drone war
- Protest held against RAF Waddington's Afghanistan drone strikes
- Britain is in a long depression, says Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby
- The £5bn care home crisis that is seeing record numbers of providers close their doors
- Bride-to-be Stefanie Firth involved in M62 crash 'may never walk again'
- 'Very large outbreak' of measles could hit London
- Police watchdog to investigate Taser use in burns death of man doused in flammable liquid
- Six hurt in North Yorkshire inflatable slide accident
- Woman killed in M62 hen party crash named as Bethany Jones
- Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby attacks The City's 'culture of entitlement'
- HIV and hepatitis warning over unlicensed illegal tattooists
- Special report: Britain's REAL big society
- Theresa May reads the riot act to police commissioners after expenses scandals
- Peter Mandelson tells Prime Minister: Stay strong on EU
- Michael Gove under fire for Department of Education's stonewalling of Parliament in response to MPs' questions
- Historic vote to ban neonicotinoid pesticides blamed for huge decline in bees
- Ukip in chaos after leaked emails threaten to derail party on eve of election
- Ken Clarke calls Ukip 'a collection of clowns' and claims some of the party's supporters are racist and wouldn't vote Tory
- Ulster loyalist hardliners in peace overture
- Sister of man held in UAE says 'UK is terrified of Dubai'
- Hutton Inquiry: Alistair Campbell, Andrew Gilligan and Greg Dyke look back 10 years on
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- Republicanism, scandals and austerity: Europe's royals start to feel the pinch
- Vote for us – the politicians who bankrupted Iceland!
- Iceland re-elects centre-right political parties blamed for financial meltdown
- Police shot by unemployed man who had 'lost everything' as Italy's new government is sworn in
- Three killed in French building collapse after possible gas explosion
- Obama at the White House Correspondents' Dinner: 'I'm not the strapping Muslim Socialist I used to be'
- Quentin Tarantino's stolen Pulp Fiction car recovered by police
- Boston bombing: Suspects' mother Zubeidat Tsarnaeva was added to terror database 18 months before bombing, officials say
- Possible piece of plane landing gear from 9/11 World Trade Centre attacks found jammed next to mosque site on Park Place in New York
- Everett Dutschke arrested in case of ricin letters sent to President Barack Obama after Elvis impersonator released
- Boston bombing: Russian authorities shared 2011 wire-taps with US 'in the last few days'
- Barack Obama says Syria chemical weapon use would change US 'calculus' over intervention
- Designer golf bags, crystal table lamps, his-and-hers Christian Dior bathrobes: Ex-French president Sarkozy top gift giver to Obama family
- Has Assad crossed ‘red line’? Graphic video footage emerges claiming to show victims of nerve gas attack in Syria, but doubts cast on evidence of use of chemical weapons
- Iraqi army losing hold on north to Sunni and Kurdish forces as troops desert
- Syria and sarin gas: US claims have a very familiar ring
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- National Grid risks strike to cut pension deficit
- Costa Coffeehigh on Brits' caffeine habit
- Boards braced for more trouble from investors
- Bankers win appeal over £44m in unpaid bonuses
- Savile 'to cost BBC insurers millions'
- 3i set for technology exit
- Search on for the new Justin King at Sainsbury's
- Euro rate cut on the cards
- Insurance high-flier Jackie Hunt joins Pru
- UK growth at WPP eases ad market fears
- Spain says no recovery until 2014 in face of falling GDP
- James Ashton: Time for the banks to end their bleating and take another path to reform
- Jim Armitage: Profiting by helping brutal regimes to snoop
- Jim Armitage: No end to the pain in sight for US after cuts scare away the shoppers
- James Ashton: Setting a ceiling on relationships
- James Ashton: AGMs season can still put trouble on agenda
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- Myleene Klass: 'There's a horrible culture that criticises women all the time. It has to stop'
- Marcus Brigstocke: 'I'm the most interesting subject I have at the moment'
- Baroness Sue Campbell: 'We have wasted the Olympic legacy'
- How We Met: Ken Hom & Ching-He Huang
- 'I love facts': Pointless co-host Richard Osman is quizzed on his unlikely rise to geeky, gawky fame
- Sheikh Mohammed: Thoroughbred under pressure after Godolphin scandal
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- Sooner or later, we'll have to go into Syria
- Whatever happened to the old-fashioned con man?
- The secret, despairing Blairite majority
- It doesn’t take a lawyer to realise this attack on legal aid will have a deleterious effect on justice
- Don't be fooled: Iain Duncan Smith’s attack on pensioners is really an attack on all of us
- Matthew Norman on Monday: Why must the Johnson family cloak themselves in obscurity?
- Behind the use of drones is a complacent belief that murdering Muslims is always justifiable
- Robert Fisk: This was supposed to be a 'game changer' week in Syria, so why is it all the same?
- Getting up at 5am may be the key to success but, alas, I'll never be a morning person
- Voices in Danger: Why did Prageeth Eknelygoda disappear?
- Voices in Danger: 'Prageeth is my courage. He always worked for peace and unity'
- The GDP growth is good news on the economy, but let's not get carried away
- What's the difference between Luis Suarez, ex-BBC Mark Thompson and a rabid Alsatian?
- Is China ready to go vegetarian?
- If Maria Miller wants art that sells, she should focus on getting art that's good
- This is why Jordan can't be trusted on torture
- The best place to change the EU is the EU
- Garment workers matter more than burgers
- Is the US ready for a third president called Bush?
- Real live heroes in the golf wars
- The Tories have had an arts bypass
- Marathon, pah! Try 16 pubs in five miles
- Who will close the tax loopholes?
- Cycling, like politics, is not for wimps
- Does it matter which budget funds care?
- Sorry, Mike Bradwell, but you can't just blame the Oxbridge lot for theatre's diversity problem
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- Round-Up: Warwickshire draw strength from escape at Somerset
- Stuart Broad claims eight as he hits the ground running
- How healthy is county cricket?
- County Championship round-up: Joe Root makes the difference for Yorkshire
- Derbyshire 256 & 143-5 Nottinghamshire 443: Discarded James Taylor's century posts reminder to England
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- Simon Grix's double score helps Warrington Wolves rip battling Bradford Bulls into pieces
- London Broncos 21 St Helens 14 match report: Struggling Broncos finally home in on vital win
- Salford City Reds 34 Castleford Tigers 30 match report: Brian Noble shaken before Chase gifts Reds victory
- Round-Up: Kallum Watkins brace keeps Leeds in touch
- Boxing: Amir Khan rides out the storm on a night of blood, thunder and brutal honesty
- Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan eyes Crucible's big prize after keeping Ali Carter at arm's length
- Boxing: Amir Khan pushed to the limit in win over Julio Diaz
- Judo: Slapped, kicked and beaten with bamboo - the training horrors that Japan's women underwent in the run-up to London 2012
- Matt Butler: East German revelations more than a tasty soundbite
- American Football: Lawrence Okoye ready for challenge with San Francisco 49ers
- American Football: Menelik Watson is highest Brit in NFL draft
- Snooker: Mark Selby falls apart to miss out on the triple crown
- Boxing: Floyd Mayweather returns with his mind on the money
- Boxing: End is nigh for Audley Harrison after Deontay Wilder lashes out
- Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan's defence fuelled by big-name departures
- Boxing: Amir Khan has most to lose as British trio take to the canvas
- Return of the Hayemaker: British heavyweight David Haye sets up boxing showdown against Manuel Charr in Manchester
- The sporting week ahead (28/04/13)
- Inside Lines: Anthony Joshua could face Wladimir Klitschko – at the Rio Olympic Games
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- The Last Word: Week the FA jumped the Luis Suarez shark
- Glazers winning the battle for Manchester United's finances, if not hearts
- Car park keepie uppie king Andrew Cassidy’s date with Maradona at Dubai's World Freestyle Championships kicked into touch
- Henning Berg case: Blackburn admit being 'out of control and incompetent'
- Should England bring John Terry back?
- James Lawton: Dortmund manager Jürgen Klopp's calm over Mario Götze's loss is more cause to laud Germans
- The Last Word: Voters' lack of imagination makes players' award a farce
- Luis Suarez bite: Attitude blamed for his 10-match ban
- Neil Warnock: The game needs a citing tsar to hand out retrospective bans after the Luis Suarez bite... I'd be perfect
- Outside the Box: It's not MyFootballClub any more as support ebbs away
- Smudger Smith: You are what you eat (unless you're Luis Suarez)
- Glazers at Manchester United: It's been a financial joy ride and we are lucky to be unscathed
- James Lawton: Luis Suarez's record leaves Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers in the dock
- Newcastle United 0 Liverpool 6 match report: Daniel Sturridge fills gap to pile agony on Alan Pardew
- Everton 1 Fulham 0 match report: Everton stay in running for Euro place after neat work by Steven Pienaar
- Manchester City 2 West Ham United 1 match report: Samir Nasri sparkles for City despite Joe Hart's slip-up
- Wigan Athletic 2 Tottenham Hotspur 2 match report: Both teams lose out in game they had to win
- Nine years without a trophy means you better mind the gap, Arsène Wenger
- The only way is down for Queens Park Rangers
- Premier League relegation battle: Wigan Athletic, Aston Villa, Newcastle, Stoke City and Sunderland fight to avoid the last drop spot
- Southampton 0 West Bromwich Albion 3 match report: Three off as Fortuné completes the set of goal, assist and red card
- Stoke City 1 Norwich City 0 match report: Potters safe, Tony Pulis silent, Canaries still in a flutter
- Today's Premier League fixtures and results
- Andre Villas-Boas assured PFA favourite Gareth Bale will stay if Tottenham make top four
- As winds of change whip up another storm, where will they blow Newcastle next?
- Robin van Persie was broody over title before saddest of Arsenal exits, says Arsène Wenger
- Monday night dogfight against Sunderland is vital for Paul Lambert
- Premier clubs could learn something from Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Crewe Alexandra
- One victory for Stoke City and Tony Pulis can smile
- Sunderland 'buy into' Paulo Di Canio vision
- Brentford 0 Doncaster Rovers 1 match report: Sting in Rovers' tail stuns Bees
- AFC Wimbledon 2 Fleetwood Town 1 match report: Jack Midson keeps his cool to save Dons
- Barnsley 2 Hull City 0 match report: Steve Bruce at a loss as Tykes tame Tigers
- Peterborough United 1 Sheffield Wednesday 0 match report: Strong finish leaves Posh with chance of survival
- Dagenham & Redbridge 0 York City 1 match report: No plans for Nigel Worthington after rescuing York from drop
- Dean Saunders struggles to stop Wolves 'runaway train' from crashing again
- Leicester City 1 Watford 2 match report: Nathaniel Chalobah thunderbolt keeps Gianfranco Zola’s automatic promotion dream alive
- Brian Laws: Scunthorpe's relegation has a horrible taste
- League round-up: Danny Ings sends Wolves to the brink
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- Agenda: Liberty and Levi's; Cloud Boat; Daft Punk; Land of Kids; Shake Shack
- Here comes the sun: The best self-tanning products
- Seeing is believing: The best eye creams and serums
- Gemma tries it on: 'I'm in the market for a new pair of summer shades'
- Walk of Fame: The genius of sole man Roger Vivier
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- Fit for an emperor: Old Delhi's most enduring restaurant Karim's celebrates its centenary
- Our restaurant reviewer explains why he's become a (part-time) vegetarian
- Spring into action: 20 reasons foodies should celebrate the arrival of the new season
- Little chefs: How can we get our children more interested in food and cooking?
- Pick your own: Meet Kent's number-one forager
- Gizzi Erskine: 'My background is in butchery; I don't get the same thrill from baking'
- Being modern: No-choice restaurants
- Wines of the week: Les Bénédictins Chardonnay 2009; Terres de l'Engarran Initiales Blanc 2011; Grand Heron Marc Ducournau PGI Côtes de Gascogne 2012
- Raw power: Mark Hix switches off the cooker
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- Simon Price on Matthew E White: A happy-clappy guilty pleasure for the yacht-rock crew
- Album: Various artists, Liberation Music (BGP)
- Album: Neon Neon, Praxis Makes Perfect (Republic of Music)
- Album: Ketil Bjornstad, La Notte (ECM)
- Album: Liane Carroll, Ballads (Quiet Money)
- Album: Iggy and the Stooges, Ready to Die (Fat Possum)
- Album: Charlie Parr, Barnswallow (Tin Angel)
- Album: Moussu T E Lei Jovents, Artemis (Harmonia Mundi)
- Album: Deep Purple, Now What?! (Earmusic)
- Album: Rudimental, Home (Asylum)
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- From handbags to Westminster: Margaret Thatcher: The Authorized Biography: Volume I, by Charles Moore - Review
- Paperback review: Heft, By Liz Moore
- Review: Cities Are Good For You, By Leo Hollis
- Review: Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls, By david Sedaris
- Photography book review: New York Arbor, By Mitch Epstein
- Paperback review: Forgotten Fatherland - The Search for Elisabeth Nietzsche, By Ben Macintyre
- Review: The Children of Henry VIII, By John Guy
- Review: Soufflé, By Asli Perker
- Review: The Rosie Project, By Graeme Simsion
- Paperback review: Tweeting the Universe - Tiny Explanations of Very Big Ideas, By Marcus Chown and Govert Schilling
- Making the Grade, by Stan Osborne
- Paperback review: A Death at the Palace, By MH Baylis
- Paperback review: The Hairdresser of Harare, By tendai Huchu
- Between the Covers 28/04/2013
- Brian Kimberling: the twitcher of Evansville
- Feminist magazine Spare Rib returns – but will it have meat?
- Invisible Ink: No 170 - Hilaire Belloc
- The Blagger's Guide To: Grammar
- Five-minute memoir: Justin Huggler recalls trouble at the market in Baghdad
- My Secret Life: John Cooper Clarke, 64, poet
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- Stop the terror warnings, urges Richard Branson
- Sir Richard Branson: More travel, not less, is the best way to defeat terrorism
- Tips and deals of the week: Paris at Dawn photography workshop, InterContinental Westminster running maps and Philip Kingsley travel hairbrush
- Backstage Travel: No. 3 - The travel agent
- Great getaways: Tuscan sun, Mediterranean cruise, Mauritian escape and Barbados break
- Paper aeroplanes: A new breed of travel magazine will take you to places you'd never otherwise go
- Simon Calder: Edinburgh – where the geology and geometry are magic
- Travel Agenda
- Travel challenge
- Room Service: Dazzling design, confused comfort
- My life in travel: Andrew Maxwell
- Open Jaw
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Ukip supporters are 55 or older, white and socially conservative, finds British Social Attitudes Report
Street preacher quoting from the Bible fined for calling homosexuality an 'abomination'
Woman filmed launching racist tirade against men on the Tube for speaking in 'own lingo'
The West has it totally wrong on Lee Kuan Yew
David Cameron calls Labour 'hopeless, sneering socialists' while announcing 7-day NHS plans
Revealed: Putin's army of pro-Kremlin bloggers
- 1 Tidal launch: The most pretentious lines from Alicia Keys' valedictory speech
- 2 Trevor Noah: Jon Stewart's replacement faces online criticism over 'anti-Semitic' tweets
- 3 Martha Stewart accuses Snoop Dogg of 'smoking for four hours' during Justin Bieber Roast
- 4 Gamers confess the worst things they've done in The Sims
- 5 Syrian child photographed 'surrendering to camera because she thought it was a gun'