Day In a Page
Thursday, 12 September 2013
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- Video: Guinness World Records - The smallest woman in the world
- Video: Guinness World Record - The smallest car in the world
- Video: Guinness World Record - The tallest motorbike in the world
- Video: Guinness World Records - The world's smallest dog
- Video: Guinness World Records - Record breaking skateboarding goat
- Video: Guinness World Records - 100 metre high heel record broken
- Guinness World Records unveils its weirdest entries yet
- Postcard from... Brussels
- Postcard from...Rome
- Stephen Hawking's on the team - but why no Bruce Willis? World’s biggest brains get together to work out how to save us all from the end of the world
- Voyager 1 has left the solar system, but what message is it carrying to the stars?
- Cheaters DO prosper according to new study
- And the winners aren't... Ig Nobel prize 'celebrates' silly science - from penis amputation research to star-gazing dung beetles and walking on water
- Revealed: The cure for hangovers (sadly it's called middle age)
- Jurassic Park theory disproved by scientists who rule dinosaur DNA cannot survive in amber
- 'Boldly going where no probe has gone before': Nasa confirms Voyager 1 has left the solar system
- Strain of HIV virus found in monkeys is cleared by vaccine
- Haji: Russ Meyer stalwart best known for her starring role in 'Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!'
- Terry Clawson: Rugby league hard man who won the 1972 World Cup
- Ray Dolby obituary: Inventor whose noise-reduction technology transformed sound reproduction
- John Billingham: Scientist who searched for extra-terrestrial intelligence
- Bagui Bouga: Master of the 'nomadic blues'
- Robert R Taylor: Businessman who put soap into bottles
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- Take note, Ed Miliband: Starting a fight doesn’t make you strong
- I admit it. I bought a book online from Amazon – but I didn’t enjoy it
- Planning, not rifles, is what the Syrian rebels say they need from the fickle US
- Turn Twitter into a business? It always has been
- I’ve left my working-class roots behind. So why does Radio 4 still annoy me?
- A Westminster Life: Why is it so hard to like Lib Dems? Is it the sanctimony, or the hypocrisy?
- Tales from the Water Cooler: My theory about TV censorship
- Man about Town: The grand opening...of an oyster shell
- I’ll take Obama (and Hector) over the utopists and dreamers who’d have us in or out of Syria
- Errors and Omissions: When a manner of speaking isn’t a manner of writing
- This week's big questions: Who runs Labour? Why are so many MPs ‘boring snoring’?
- There is another housing bubble…it is high-rise and lacks proper amenities
- Why the Miley Cyrus transformation to Wrecking Ball level should be celebrated
- Grow up Edinburgh University, sexism won't end because you banned Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines'
- Tim Key: "Daniel Kitson knows what he wants. And he’ll physically smash my hands to pieces to get it."
- Jelly, butters, derp: Do you understand the language kids use online?
- The UN's statistics on sexual violence are shocking, but they also point the way for change
- Save The Children in Syria: "Unfortunately we often see children dying; we rarely see them targeted"
- Will lightning strike twice for Harry Potter and the spin-off film?
- What happened to tipping just because the service was particularly good?
- This Fashion Week, turn your back on fur
- Arctic Monkeys on Newsnight: Pop needn't play second fiddle when it comes to headline news
- Take your time on Hillsborough. No, really
- Pope Francis - a religious leader with a message of tolerance? Well, fancy that!
- Angela Merkel and the myth of charismatic leadership
- JK Rowling is milking the Harry Potter franchise with a spin-off film, but why shouldn’t she?
- Meet Abdulrahim Elmi, a Somaliland Dickens hero who personifies his new nation
- It's not "left-wing campaigners" who are defending judicial review. It's anyone who cares about justice
- Five years on from the financial crisis, will political instability continue into the post-crisis world?
- You can tell who people vote for just by looking at their shopping bags
- Nigel Evans should have kept his job - and the taxpayer should have kept that £9,000
- People don't visit food banks because they're ‘unable to manage their finances’, Mr Gove
- Alastair Campbell? I hated his message, but I was always fond of the messenger
- Is it a boy or a large amount of cocaine? Nine of the most bizarre drug-smuggling techniques
- Quiz: Are you down with the kids?
- The four men guilty of Delhi gang rape have been sentenced to death. Do you agree with the ruling?
- 5 Epic Twitter Fails: Ian Katz certainly isn't alone
- Steve Richards in conversation with...Vince Cable
- These clothing giants are shamefully ducking their responsibilities in Bangladesh
- Sound and Fury: Talk of regicide at the Lib Dem conference signifies nothing
- Boldly Going: Voyager 1 gives new meaning to ‘getting away from it all’
- Tests for four-year-olds are counter-productive
- The sell-off of Royal Mail makes business sense but is fraught with political risk
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- Simon Read: Polymer bank notes could prove to be plastic fantastic
- Mark Dampier: Dividend twist adds spice to VCT tax tick
- Simon Read: Ban teaser savings rates and repay our lost interest, please
- Money Insider: It's easier to switch banks - but which one is best?
- Five questions about: Royal Mail share sale
- Will Tokyo's 2020 Olympics kick-start Japan's economy?
- Money alert: Gyms agree to end their restrictive cancellation rights on contracts
- Derek Pain: Patience is a virtue, whether prices are flying or falling
- Questions of Cash: France Telecom calls were billed by mystery company
- Bargain Hunter: Free biscuits? You'd be crackers to miss out!
- Donald MacInnes: Austria takes its toll on the ignorant driver
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The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
Richard Dawkins tweets: 'Date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse'
Boozy, ignorant, intolerant, but very polite – Britain as others see us
- 1 Disney heiress Abigail disowns her share of family profits in West Bank company
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 4 Israel's propaganda machine is finally starting to misfire
- 5 HSBC closes bank accounts belonging to Muslim clients in the UK