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- As Britain leads the G8 conference, it's time to move on from the outdated idea of a divide between the developed and developing world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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- 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
- Travel challenge
- The Big Six: Hotel rooftop bars
- Wildlife at night
- Sleep at the chef's table in Sin City
- Open Jaw
- Travel agenda
- My life in travel: DJ Yoda
- 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?
- Namur: Adventures in Europe's historic heart
- Tournai: A return to past glories
- Liège: The city that fought back
- Wallonia: Where the Western Front left its mark
- Charleroi: Phoenix from the flames
- Mons: Relics and remembrance
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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
- Simon Read: How lending works: 75% to you, but just 3.5% to Tory cronies
- EDF quick to back single unit gas and electric price
- 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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Disgruntled RBS worker writes hilarious open letter to Russell Brand after anti-capitalist publicity stunt leaves him hungry
Shock poll shows voters believe Ukip is to the left of the Tories
Nigel Farage's approval rating hits 'record low' as popularity suffers in wake of Ukip sex scandal
Nigel Farage defends Kerry Smith 'ch***y' comment: 'If you are going for a Chinese, what do you say you’re going for?'
Ukip candidate jokes about 'shooting peasants' in racist and homophobic rant
Pakistan school attack live: Taliban kill at least 132 children in 'horrifying' massacre
- 1 Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
- 2 Harry Potter fans can apply to the Hogwarts-inspired College of Wizardry
- 3 Jessica Chambers: 19-year-old woman 'doused with lighter fluid and burned alive' in the US
- 4 Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage 'poundshop Enoch Powell' in BBC Question Time debate
- 5 Orange Wednesdays are no more