Day In a Page
Thursday, 4 July 2013
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- South Georgia enters the rat race to exterminate its very unwelcome invaders
- Britain basks in sunshine at last. But is it all part of the same global pattern of freak weather?
- How many surrealists does it take to screw in a light bulb? A fish: The most highbrow jokes in the world
- Cockatoos show they can master the nuts and bolts
- Scientist claims humans could evolve beaks instead of teeth
- Japanese scientists grow working mini-livers for mice from stem cells
- Jack Crompton: Footballer who served Matt Busby's Manchester United as player and trainer
- Emilio Colombo
- Radu Vasile: Politician who as Romania's prime minister paved his country's way into the EU
- Doug Engelbart: Inventor of the computer mouse
- Princess Fawzia Fuad: Daughter of King Fuad who married the Shah of Iran
- Emilio Colombo: Politician who helped shape modern Europe
- Jim Goddard: Director whose best work brought a grim, seedy beauty to London's underworld
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- Do you, like Katie Hopkins, care about the social class of your children’s friends?
- Health tourism: Do we need a crackdown?
- Happy 4th July Independence Day...wherever you are
- Poll: Should the BBC reflect more extreme views?
- How does Murray match compare to the most watched TV of all time?
- Twitter Reaction: Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail
- HS2 must not fail. If it does, investment in our future is doomed
- A Political Life: All of these Westminster squabbles mean nothing to the average voter
- Editor's letter: In Andy Murray we have a truly world-class sportsman
- Tales from the Watercooler: Go for customer satisfaction, Mick
- Mobiles are the least of it for checkout staff
- Extreme weather patterns are still a mystery
- Bring up the Baby – the imminent new royal
- Man About Town: Glam and glee at Glastonbury
- Errors and Omissions: Sometimes, language has a way of taking care of itself
- This Week's Big Questions: Is the current reform of the NHS desirable or workable? Is Ian Brady mentally ill or evil?
- As long as reading survives, so will bookshops
- A fiver says it should be D H Lawrence’s face on the back of one of our notes
- Five Guys: Surely fast food isn’t fast if you have to queue overnight for it
- Millions of Egyptians have seen their hopes of a better future evaporate
- Those Sex And The City girls have sent pubic lice to the land of extinction
- Tim Key: ‘I’ve framed CD sleeves, playing cards, crisp packets – even my Oyster card’
- Wimbledon 2013: Murray is not playing for us, he is playing for himself
- If people don't articulate their views, how can a broadcaster be expected to represent them?
- Long or short, use the summer holidays to get kids playing outside
- It's easy to say North VS South - but what about about Cornwall?
- See 60 Lowry paintings in a row and deep melancholy sets in – wherever you're from
- 'Don't cry for me, Christine Keeler...' is Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest the new Evita?
- Why build HS2 and waste billions that could be used elsewhere?
- Britain should not share its intelligence with the US
- Labour may be stranded in the desert by Tom Watson's resignation
- You’re not unemployed – you lack self-reliance
- Dislike Rihanna? Husband doesn't love you enough? Be your own Liz Jones with PimpMyFamily
- Women bishops are the first big test for Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby
- Egypt is not alone in its difficult transition
- Snowden's case shows it's not easy to gain refugee status
- The spy who loved me? Not quite
- Once struck, twice as deadly: why we should all fear Marine Le Pen
- We have known asbestos causes cancer for more than 100 years. So why are people still dying?
- When is a military coup not a military coup? When it happens in Egypt, apparently
- How safe is your kitchen? Our system for recalling faulty gas cookers isn't good enough
- Unions are sure to fight Gove's term time plans
- An invisibility cloak? We've already got social media
- Mandela coverage: a fine line between racism and ethics?
- Northerners VS Southerners: who comes out on top?
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- Tour de France 2013: Crash leaves Mark Cavendish too exhausted for final sprint
- Tour de France 2013: Stage 8 preview - video
- On the Road at the Tour de France: Running away with the (Tour) circus
- Tour de France 2013: Crash sees yellow jersey contender Christian Vande Velde pull-out
- Tour de France 2013: Stage 7 preview - video
- Tour de France 2013: Mark Cavendish narrowly misses out on back-to-back victories
- Tour de France 2013: Team Sky claim tacks were put in road by spectators
- The Ashes: Stuart Broad backs fitness - but record raises fears
- The Ashes: Stuart Broad has injection in race to be fit for England
- Is the art of spin bowling all in the cross-wind? Ahead of the Ashes, England and Australia could learn from these two physicists
- The Ashes: Discarded Nick Compton hits out at England selectors
- Drivers' threat to stop German Grand Prix over tyres
- F1: Practice session is tyre-incident free as Sebastian Vettel sets the pace at the German Grand Prix
- Pirelli insist they will not quit F1 despite drivers' threat to boycott German Grand Prix
- Sebastian Vettel leads Pirelli praise in tyre turnaround ahead of German Grand Prix
- Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray defeats Jerzy Janowicz to reach Wimbledon final
- Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray v Jerzy Janowicz - as it happened
- Wimbledon 2013: Sir Alex Ferguson sprinkles 'gold dust' on Andy Murray to ease the pressure ahead of semi-final against Jerzy Janowicz
- Wimbledon 2013: Novak Djokovic v Juan Martin del Potro - as it happened
- Wimbledon 2013: Sabine Lisicki battles through to first grand slam final with victory over Agnieszka Radwanska
- Wimbledon 2013: Passionate Centre Court crowd can roar me into the final on Sunday, says Andy Murray
- Nick Bollettieri's Wimbledon files: Andy Murray can be the champ - but may have to win ugly along the way
- Wimbledon 2013: Tim Henman says 'inner peace' will guide Andy Murray to his second final
- James Lawton at Wimbledon 2013: Colossal collision on Centre Court between Sabine Lisicki and Agnieszka Radwanska strikes a blow for women's game
- Wimbledon 2013: Marion Bartoli powers into final with straight sets victory over Kirsten Flipkens
- Nick Bollettieri's Wimbledon files: Smiling Sabine's big guns should make it a blast
- James Lawton: Novak Djokovic faces the big question - can he get any better?
- Nick Bollettieri: Andy Murray faced the missiles and shot them down... the work of a champ
- Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray admits over-riding feeling of relief
- You Write the Caption - 05/07/13
- Wimbledon 2013: All you need to know about Andy Murray's semi-final opponent Jerzy Janowicz
- Wimbledon 2013: Tandil Tower has to hope 13 is unlucky for Novak Djokovic
- Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray will be 'recovered by tomorrow' following five-set epic
- Wimbledon 2013: Kyle Edmund warns Andy Murray he faces a battle to beat Jerzy Janowicz
- Wimbledon 2013: Celebrity spotting in SW19
- Wimbledon 2013: Not your typical leading lady, finalist Marion Bartoli is proving a great attraction
- Wimbledon 2013: Britain's Kyle Edmund survives tough test to reach boys' singles semi-finals
- Wimbledon 2013: Odds on Women semi-finalists reaching last four was 33,379-1
- Wimbledon 2013: Order of play for Thursday 4 July
- Wimbledon 2013: All our yesterdays as Andy Murray reprises the Tim Henman years with five-set thriller
- Wimbledon 2013: Jerzy Janowicz's huge serve is big threat for Andy Murray in semi-final
- Wimbledon 2013: More like Glastonbury than Murray Mound after Andy Murray progresses to semi-final over five sets
- Wimbledon 2013: Marion Bartoli bustles in with a jump, skip and a shuffle aptly defies convention
- Wimbledon 2013: No room for Jonny O'Mara in the Kyle Edmund show
- SW19 Diary: Batsmen always top of the order
- SW19 Diary: Andy Murray's post box still good as gold
- SW19 Diary: Fergie still quick off the mark
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- 3D TV? It’s a turn off – BBC ends pilot as viewers fail to switch on
- BBC to drop two-year 3D experiment after Doctor Who anniversary episode
- New PIP device measures stress to help users relax
- Microsoft redesigns Xbox Live to segregate ‘antisocial’ players
- Vine adds 15 content channels in an attempt to hit back at Instagram
- New alliance between MoD, arms manufacturers and telecoms aims to bolster UK cyber security
- New EU laws approve tougher sentences for cyber criminals
- UK gives Google three months to change privacy policies or face fines
- Dell hints at a move into wearable tech
- Twitter offers automatic translation for high profile Egyptian accounts
- Massive Android flaw leaves 99% of devices vulnerable
- Yahoo keeps the tab open, buys email organizing app Xobni
- Samsung acquires streaming-media startup Boxee for a smart TV push
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- Solar can shine with democratic finance
- In the net: Why I won’t be hurrying back to Sainsbury’s
- Mark Dampier: Interest rates to stay low until election
- Money alert: Pension liberation
- Gaming sites are a big hit with kids – but do they harm them?
- Research vital before you put Aim shares in an Isa
- Overlapping insurance is costing us a packet
- Derek Pain: Time to dump two losers and hope for one high-flier
- Money Insider: Less talk on payday loans, please. We need action
- Bargain Hunter: The drinks are on Cantina Laredo in Covent Garden
- Questions of cash: How did Big Brother get all these details about my daughter?
- Five Questions About: switching Broadband
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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'
Scottish independence: David Cameron is becoming the 'George Bush of Britain'
Russia freezes Ukraine into submission: Kiev admits country doesn't have enough fuel for winter
Archbishop of Canterbury admits doubts about existence of God
Portuguese academic says British are 'filthy, violent and drunk'
- 1 Scottish referendum: So how about the English now being given a chance to split from England?
- 2 Friends 20th anniversary: Alison Jackson photographs reunited cast
- 3 London council removes 'unacceptable' Stamford Hill posters telling women which side of the road to walk down
- 4 The response to my Pizza Express review has been overwhelming, and taught me a lot about journalism
- 5 Free U2 album: How the most generous giveaway in music history turned into a PR disaster