Day In a Page
Thursday, 6 June 2013
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- Tom Sharpe: Comic novelist and satirist who created the Wilt series and Porterhouse Blue
- Chen Xitong: Disgraced former mayor of Beijing
- Esther Williams: Swimming champion who became known as 'Hollywood's Mermaid'
- In brief: Tom Sharpe
- Rev Andrew Greeley: Outspoken priest and author
- Ruairi O Bradaigh: IRA leader who believed fervently in armed struggle
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- Errors and Omissions: Don’t deprive Belgium of its long and illustrious history
- Six reasons the cuts to legal aid will ruin our justice system
- Patrick Mercer: An everyday story of deception in Parliament
- Alastair Campbell: I feel for Stephen Fry. Nobody would wish depression on their worst enemy
- The big questions: Should parents do more to get their children into work? Should interns get paid?
- Editor's letter: If you ask me…we would never swap Deborah for Pippa
- Snoop away – we’ve gone too far to turn back
- Just William’s latest adventure could go horribly wrong
- Mau Mau victims compensation: There could yet be headaches for the British government
- Tales from the water cooler: The ‘Pawshank Redemption’ fails
- Man About Town: The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition has an impressive legacy
- Normandy Voices: Wartime voices will be rescued for posterity
- The Children's Laureate says education needs relevance, but is 'identifying' really so important?
- Vladimir Vladimirovich and Lyudmila Alexandrovna, the divorce
- So some feminists are calling for a female Dr Who - but isn't that missing the point entirely?
- We wouldn’t treat our own children like this, so why should children in foster care be any different?
- Cake pushers, begone! We don't want your calories
- The Verizon phone record sweep is ‘nowhere near constitutional’, says ACLU - who could disagree?
- Miliband makes his play: do everything the same
- The UK armed forces deserve our respect and admiration - but they don't deserve anonymity
- Turkey protests: The forces that are reshaping the Middle East will reshape Turkey too
- Sorry Yair Lapid, charm and good looks alone won't get you very far in Israeli politics
- If you ask me...the editor is replacing me with Pippa Middleton, which is probably wise
- Send fewer kids to university, not ever more
- The British car industry is roaring back to life, so why do we still think it's a goner?
- Turning away from Erdogan: Turkey protests seek to throw off repression
- Editorial: All hail the Stanwell Moor 'Stimbys'
- Editorial: A stout defence of interests abroad
- Editorial: The US and China have a special relationship with global importance
- Editorial: Bilderberg is not much of a secret
- Editorial: Britain takes responsibility, at last
- Editorial: A gamble from not-so-red Ed Miliband
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- Champions Trophy: Ashley Giles is banking on Jos Buttler's brilliance being just the start
- ICC Champions Trophy 2013: Decline of Australia leaves tournament wide-open
- Champions Trophy 2013: Ashes fitness concerns as Australia skipper Michael Clarke misses out on showdown against England
- Australia gamble on Pakistani spinner, Fawad Ahmed, for Ashes squad
- Furious Matt Prior faces dissent charge after disputing decision
- Champions Trophy: Shikhar Dhawan's breath of fresh air leaves Boks to choke... again
- ICC Champions Trophy: All you need to know
- County Championship round-up: Nick Compton slips right back into his natural groove
- Today at Champions Trophy: Pakistan v West Indies - Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels take on the guile of Saeed Ajmal's spin
- French Open 2013: Rafael Nadal’s epic semi-final win leaves Novak Djokovic distraught
- French Open 2013: Serena Williams forces rivals to fight for her scraps
- French Open 2013: Maria Sharapova beats Victoria Azarenka to reach final for second year in a row
- Win a trip to Croatia to watch the Aegon GB Davis Cup team
- French Open 2013: Rafael Nadal admits surprise at recent success ahead of meeting with Novak Djokovic
- Serena Williams thrashes Sara Errani to reach French Open final
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- Community invests to save Aldershot Town football club
- Motorists face higher fines - and increased costs
- Simon Read: If you've got premium bonds it's time to check them
- Simon Read: Cute pictures of cats - will payday lenders stop at nothing?
- Simon Read: Open sesame? Hardly when it came to doling out advice
- Mark Dampier: Ten years on, and you can still bank on Ian McVeigh
- Questions of Cash: How mother without a will left brothers a bleak house
- The financial lifelines to grab if a door slams shut in your face
- Five questions about: Rubbish
- The Bargain Hunter: Take a look at life in the country with a day down on the farm
- Donald MacInnes: I'll be wearing lederhosen as I sing to the Moon
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Rotherham child sex abuse scandal: Labour Home Office to be probed over what Tony Blair's government knew - and when
What do immigrants really think of Britain? Polish immigrant's Reddit post goes viral
Ashya King: Parents of five-year-old boy refused permission to visit him in hospital and denied bail at Spanish court
With Douglas Carswell joining Ukip, my party has taken another giant step forward
When elitism grips the top of British society to this extent, there is only one answer: abolish private schools
Ashya King: 'Cruel NHS has not given us the treatment we need', says father of five-year-old with brain tumour who fled to Spain
- 1 Emma Watson on Jennifer Lawrence naked photo leak: 'Even worse than seeing women's privacy violated is reading the comments'
- 2 Saudis risk new Muslim division with proposal to move Mohamed’s tomb
- 3 A teacher speaks out: 'I'm effectively being forced out of a career that I wanted to love'
- 4 Cee Lo Green: It is only rape if the victim is conscious
- 5 Nigerian witch-finder Helen Ukpabio threatens legal action against human rights organisations