Day In a Page
Friday, 14 June 2013
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- If looks can sell classical music to the young, why make a noise?
- Marc Chagall tried many things, but ended up being true only to himself
- Has the Syrian crisis exposed David Cameron's failing in foreign affairs?
- As the US wants to arm 'nice Syrian rebels' we must remind ourselves that weapons are not just guns. They are about money
- Theresa May wants to avoid embarrassment over Edward Snowden rather than uphold the law
- Mandela: When is it time to let go?
- Has Gleneagles failed to live up to its promises in Africa? Yes, says Jeffrey Sachs. No, says Bob Geldof
- The war to end all wars? It lasted 75 years
- Edward Snowden reminds us just how vital whistleblowers are to a healthy society
- G8: 'There is one world – and we need to change how it is run'
- Man About Town: Once a Jaguar has you in its clutches...
- In an age where everyone wants to be noticed, is being spied on such a bad thing?
- The Duchy of Cornwall: A medieval institution resistant to transparency
- How did the hashtag become the most popular button on the keyboard?
- The Big Questions: What do the protests in Turkey tell us about democracy and Islam? Should Erdogan step down?
- A Political Life: So it’s advertising, not dire need, that is driving people to food banks
- We’re on a journey full-circle back to O-levels
- Errors and Omissions: A wealth of information can blind you to the meaning
- As Britain leads the G8 conference, it's time to move on from the outdated idea of a divide between the developed and developing world
- Turkey protests: Erdogan trying - and failing - to herd cats
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- Ashley Giles: England are not ball-tamperers
- Australian opener David Warner will return before Ashes after admitting: I struck Joe Root in the face and want to apologise
- Champions Trophy: Alastair Cook may be left cheering on the errant Australians
- Champions Trophy: A dead rubber with as much passion and intensity as a final
- James Lawton: Flailing David Warner should learn from the subtle blows landed by Kumar Sangakkara
- Essex v Lancashire match report: Essex skittled for just 20 on day of humiliation
- Champions Trophy: David Warner plays hangdog following attack on Joe Root, but it's just another kicking for poor old Pup
- Champions Trophy: India leave rivals Pakistan to face home wrath
- Champions Trophy: Kieron Pollard wicket from final ball sends West Indies out
- Champions Trophy: Fawad Ahmed set to make history for the Aussies
- County cricket round-up
- US Open 2013 Day Two: Phil Mickelson ties Merion lead with Billy Horschel at close of play
- US Open 2013: Phil Mickelson leads but English duo Luke Donald and Justin Rose remain in contention
- US Open: All eyes still on Tiger but the world No 1 dogged by hints of mortality in majors
- US Open 2013: The latest report from the second round at Merion
- US Open 2013: Phil Mickelson beats red-eye and bad weather to make strong start at Merion
- US Open day two: Equal terms at Merion
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- Mark Jones: Come to Egypt – you'll have the place practically to yourself
- Backstage Travel: No. 4 - The pilot
- Great getaways: Stylish Sardinia, Musical Rajasthan, Sicily in September and Indian Ocean escape
- Simon Calder: Sleep(er) your way around the world
- Wildlife at night
- Sleep at the chef's table in Sin City
- Open Jaw
- Travel agenda
- My life in travel: DJ Yoda
- Travel challenge
- The Big Six: Hotel rooftop bars
- Tips and deals of the week: Singleplanet.co.uk, CabinZero luggage and Away Resorts vitage caravans
- The light fantastic in St Petersburg
- Life is a cabaret in Berlin
- Where's Wallonia?
- Liège: The city that fought back
- Wallonia: Where the Western Front left its mark
- Charleroi: Phoenix from the flames
- Mons: Relics and remembrance
- Namur: Adventures in Europe's historic heart
- Tournai: A return to past glories
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- Agony piled on savers but lenders are in the money
- Julian Knight: Drip-feed money into the markets to avoid bad timing
- Consumer Rights: New generation of Sids could get the chance to buy banks
- Investment Insider: End in sight for printing money, so what now?
- There's still life in the bond market
- The Bargain Hunter: Going green? Your chance to get real Values for Money
- Donald MacInnes: Falling over was quite a work experience
- Questions of Cash: It must be possible to come up with a way of beating ATM crooks
- EDF quick to back single unit gas and electric price
- Simon Read: How lending works: 75% to you, but just 3.5% to Tory cronies
- Mark Dampier: Slater’s investment mix gives balance
- Five questions about: Credit unions
- Money alert: Divorcing? don’t hide assets
- Now we’ll see if compensation rules on flight delays take off
- Elderly still selling their homes to pay care fees
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Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Hilary Mantel 'should be investigated by police' over Margaret Thatcher assassination story, says Lord Bell
Plebgate MP Andrew Mitchell called officer a 'little s**t', claim court documents 'exposing ex-Chief Whip's 'record of abusing police'
- 1 Rihanna 'nude photos' claims emerge on 4Chan as hacking scandal continues
- 2 Frank Lampard equalises for Manchester City against Chelsea: how Twitter reacted
- 3 Stamford Hill council removes 'unacceptable' posters telling women which side of the road to walk down
- 4 Kim Kardashian 'nude photos' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence scandal
- 5 Hitler’s former food taster reveals the horrors of the Wolf’s Lair