Day In a Page
Friday, 12 July 2013
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- The Labour Party must have a relationship with trade unionists not just a trade union
- Is the killing of Kamal Hamami by Islamists a ploy to gain Western arms or just a local dispute?
- The Coalitions chance to improve the UK's health has gone up in smoke
- Tales from the Water Cooler: I sweat, therefore I am Scottish. Just like Andy Murray
- My step-by-step programme for curing men of sexism
- The tragedy of David Kelly 10 years on
- Errors and Omissions: Are we in agreement? Apparently not in this case
- Tinker, tailor, typewriter, spy – the old ways work
- This week's big questions: Is there hope for the Italian economy? Will Berlusconi to go jail? Does Chiantishire still exist?
- Man About Town: Meet Ronnie Wood and family
- If the Rolling Stones don’t make a fascist of me, then Andy Murray surely will
- Tim Key: ‘I captained my school football team in 1992 so I’m no stranger to the big stage’
- On the day of Lee Rigby's funeral, let's really ask how we can stop such tragedies in the future
- It's easy to criticise packed lunches, but what if the school dinners are pure slop?
- The Great British Menu: how about you show how to cook and eat well on a real life budget?
- Money, not marriage determines a child's future
- The politics of e-cigarettes: all smoke and no fire?
- Instruction: don't take the art at this year's MIF seriously just because it's called art
- It's time Culture Secretary Maria Miller did some real work in the arts
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- Tour de France 2013: Mark Cavendish roars back in style but Chris Froome hit by ambush
- Tour de France 2013: Chris Froome's key Team Sky wingman crashes out
- Tour de France 2013: Stage 15 preview - video
- Tour de France 2013: Why Mark 'Manx Missile' Cavendish, the best sprinter cycling has seen, is the man they love to hate
- Tour de France 2013: Stage 14 preview - video
- Ashes 2013: Ian Bell and Stuart Broad steady the ship as England build decent target
- James Lawton on the Ashes: Pressure is now on Kevin Pietersen to reassure a suddenly nervy nation
- Ashes 2013: England v Australia 1st Test - as it happened
- Ashes 2013: Amazing Ashton Agar rides to the rescue for Australia
- Ashes 2013: Controversial umpiring makes for interesting viewing at the Ashes
- Ashes 2013: There’s plenty to admire but jury is still out on Jonny Bairstow
- James Lawton: Stuart Broad's refusal to walk shows that the Spirit of Cricket is well and truly dead
- Ashes 2013: Ricky Ponting and Michael Vaughan back Tests as pinnacle of the game
- The Aussie Angle on the Ashes 2013: Patched-up Shane Watson's bowling brain is so vital to Australia
- Ashes 2013: Stuart Broad was within his rights to stand his ground, says Kevin Pietersen
- Exclusive: We track down Britain’s first sporting streaker - and he's planning a return to Lord’s
- Ashes 2013: First Test - Day Three in pictures
- Ashes 2013: Andy Flower demands answers after Hot Spot meltdown leads to Jonathan Trott dismissal
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- Hacked microwave scans barcodes for automatic cooking times
- Gamers petition Microsoft over Xbox One DRM - are we missing out?
- O2 and Tesco Mobile engage in Twitter rap battle, world looks the other way
- Lovefilm rival Wuaki.tv launches in UK from £2.99 a month
- Video: DARPA unveil ATLAS, 'one of the most advanced humanoid robots ever built'
- Cyber-criminals exploit national tragedies to spread malware
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- Investment Insider: Think like a predator if you want to make a killing
- Sparkling: Diamonds could be the investors’ best friend
- Consumer Rights: We think plastic is fantastic, even if we don’t understand it
- School summer holidays: Keep kids active and stay in pocket
- Stepping off the housing ladder needn’t be a backward move
- The real world decides what you pay, not new Bank of England Governor Mark Carney
- Energy pioneer village's solar power share offer
- Simon Read: Millions want to keep paper bills - we must let them
- Simon Read: Bookies must all adopt plan to ban cash machines
- Five questions about: Extended warranties
- Money alert: RBS overdrafts
- Simon Read: Education about finance must be engaging for kids
- Mark Dampier: There's a mystic over unicorn fund's results
- Questions of Cash: An ATM refused my cash request, but my account was still debited
- Donald MacInnes: Forget the sun - we'll drive across the fatherland
- Bargain Hunter: Welsh country house hotel summer break is half-price
- Derek Pain: SnackTime may just yet grab a slice of the action
- Should you snap up shares in Royal Mail?
- How to ensure holiday costs are plain sailing
- More homeowners taking up equity release
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Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond
Scottish independence referendum: A nation divided against itself
Scottish referendum results: Cross-party consensus collapses amid Tory-Labour spat on the 'English question'
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 All Blacks Aaron Cruden misses New Zealand flight after drinking session, has brilliant excuse
- 2 Kim Kardashian 'nude photos' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence scandal
- 3 'F*ck it, I quit': TV reporter Charlo Greene quits live on air in spectacular fashion
- 4 Clothes store Joy angers mental health campaigners with Twitter exchange on bipolar disorders
- 5 Scotland could still declare independence – even without referendum, says Alex Salmond