Day In a Page
Thursday, 4 April 2013
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- Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: Author and screenwriter who won two Oscars and the Booker Prize
- Professor Tony Legge: Authority on the archaeology of animal bones
- Barbara Piasecka Johnson: Heiress to a disputed fortune
- Bebo Valdes: Influential pianist and bandleader
- Milo O'Shea: Versatile character actor whose work encompassed 'Ulysses' and 'Barbarella'
- Jesus 'Chuy' Silva Jr: Bodyboarding champion
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- George Osborne called us deficit deniers, but we were right. His economic era is over
- Labour cannot win by debating welfare on the Tories' terms
- Sunderland need Di Canio like a hole in the head
- Kim Jong-un: The dictator’s night seems darkest immediately before the dawn
- Letter from the Editor: It’s not easy speaking in measured tones about Philpott
- Mrs Justice Thirlwall: the one woman Philpott couldn't defeat
- Knowing Shakespeare fiddled his taxes tells us nothing. And don’t say it makes him ‘human’
- Now your tweets and Facebook statuses will live for ever. A good idea?
- This week's big questions: Could you live on £53 a week? How should the West deal with North Korea’s warmongering?
- There's nothing classy about making a display of your passion for high art
- Welfare can’t be reformed in isolation. It doesn’t exist in isolation
- The joy of the Rijksmuseum: A museum mustn’t be afraid of being boring
- Errors and Omissions: ‘Dux’ on Di Canio's bicep? There's a problem in that construction
- Men buy sex for many reasons - as a sex worker, I can tell you they don't deserve to be criminalised
- How to make the money men sit up and listen: German tactics could help outpriced Premier League fans
- Laxative abuse may be difficult to police, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't try...
- My style is goth/punk, and my appearance affects most aspects of my life
- China wants to give minorities a higher standard of living. What's so tyrannical about that?
- Trust me, I'm Dr DIY: Is there more to self-prescription?
- What did I learn from this class survey? Watch out for the postman if he's humming Mozart
- The mister-ious case of disappearing formality
- Philpott wasn’t a symbol of Welfare UK, but blame the State for letting his depravity go unchecked
- Obama inspired a lot of hope in Israel. But is peace really any closer?
- It’s wrong to beat up someone for being a goth, but wasn’t it always?
- The Vogue Factor: Fashion really isn’t worth dying for
- Don't blame lad culture for misogyny, blame misogynist lads
- Look Left and Right - but it's pupils themselves who should set course of education
- Rahul Gandhi's India – a beehive of buzzing thoughts
- Despite what UKIP might say, EU migration is a two-way street
- It won't get you clean, Lance: Armstrong returns to competition as a swimmer
- Editorial: No taboos about welfare, no easy answers either
- Editorial: The Queen of the Skies flies into the sunset
- Editorial: François Hollande: plus ça change...
- Editorial: At last, some sense on nerve-agent pesticides
- Editorial: Trident and North Korea - Mr Cameron is jumping the gun
- Editorial: A long way to go to fix our banking culture
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- Aintree 2013: Tragedy strikes again on eve of Grand National
- Freezing temperatures fail to steal thunder of fashionistas at Aintree Ladies' Day
- Aintree: Tragedy hits Grand National meet as Katie Walsh's mount dies
- Aintree: Sprinter Sacre wins the Melling Chase
- Aintree: Tartan Snow's moment in the sun tainted by disaster
- Aintree: Time D'Albain chases Topham Chase glory
- Aintree: Sprinter Sacre has to go extra distance to prove prowess
- Aintree: Thousand Stars looks to make it third time lucky in the Hurdle
- The Grand National: Jonjo O'Neill's desire undimmed despite the darkest days
- Jonjo O'Neill's high hopes for Aintree duo
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- Money Insider: Avoid big banks for loans of less than £5,000
- Mark Dampier: Success of unloved ITV is no mystery to clever investors
- Five Questions About: Lying energy firms
- Making extra cash from your home is easy
- Simon Read: Energy firms must be controlled
- Spotlight on: Coventry's poppy ISA
- There's no magic to Paypal's cash freeze trick
- Questions of Cash: Mortgage was paid off but no one told the Land Registry
- Donald MacInnes: Here's to a £4.3bn marvel of the British export trade
- The Bargain Hunter: Get zooming in on discount grooming
- New shock for victims of energy back-billing
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
Arizona execution lasts two hours as killer Joseph Wood left 'snorting and gasping' for air
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Massive rise in sale of British arms to Russia
- 1 Fifty Shades of Grey trailer released: First look at Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey
- 2 Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic?
- 3 50 books for students to read this summer: From Ernest Hemingway to Gillian Flynn
- 4 Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda
- 5 Rebecca Hall on her film career so far: ‘I’ve played too many repressed neurotics’