Day In a Page
Wednesday, 29 January 2014
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- Stem cell breakthrough: Japanese scientists discover way to create 'embryonic-like' cells without the ethical dilemma
- Former Greenpeace leading light condemns them for opposing GM 'golden rice' crop that could save two million children from starvation per year
- It's raining, it's pouring...molten iron: Scientists create first ever weather map of a 'brown dwarf'
- Jocelyn Hay: Activist who fought to maintain broadcasting standards and won the struggle to stop Radio 4 becoming all-news
- Jose Emilio Pacheco: Poet, essayist and novelist who won the Cervantes Prize and was regarded as one of the finest writers in Spanish
- Bernard Roberts: Pianist acclaimed round the world for his fluency and subtlety who went on to be an inspirational teacher
- Austin John Marshall: Graphic artist, record producer and songwriter who played a key role in the folk revival of the 1960s
- Shulamit Aloni: Politician who championed human rights and was fiercely critical of Israel's treatment of Palestine
- Del Singh: Activist and prospective Labour MEP who worked in the world's danger zones helping to speed up redevelopment
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- Hells on wheels: Top Gear is back with more prime-time pranks but I'm nostalgic for the days of non-exploding caravans and practicality
- I'm with the band: 'How I felt the immense power of One Direction - and their devoted fans - after a mix-up on Twitter'
- If his 2015 manifesto is going to feature a load of pledges he can’t stick to, shouldn’t Nick Clegg at least have some fun with it?
- Robert Fisk: If only Tony Blair could grasp the truth about Field Marshal Sisi
- Is masculinity in crisis?
- On the Somerset floods, our inbox tells you all you need to know
- The disturbing parallels between Syria's civil war and Spain in the 1930s
- Remove humans from the equation and self-service shoplifting is the result
- Just because a customer complains doesn't make them right
- Yes, people waste time on Facebook - but that's hardly the most important problem with the site
- How #FindMike helps to break suicide stigma
- Deportation for Justin Bieber? Relax, pop stars are supposed to live on the edge
- Who would favour 45-week school terms? Tory strategists, clearly - but anyone with children ought to think twice
- The tiny house movement: Could you live in a miniature home?
- Why an independent Scotland could become the richest country on Earth
- Homophobia doesn't just oppress gay people, it affects us all
- i Editor's Letter: Our 1,000th edition
- Short shrift: A new Oxford study confirms prejudices about the vertically challenged in a less-than-scientific way
- The war on Christianity: The religion's followers are dwindling in the land of its birth - and it's not a crisis of faith, but one of violence
- Fox News: If you purport to be a journalist, it helps to have a grip on your subject
- It's not the 'skipping' three who should be questioned, it's the wasteful supermarkets
- State of the Union: Obama’s not the only elected leader whose power is waning
- It’s up to well-educated, midde-class jailbirds to tell us where we’re going wrong with our prisons
- Australia's brutal cull proves humans are deadlier than sharks
- On home temperatures, I'm with Dave. Turn down the thermostat and put on a jumper
- You say lateral frontal pole, I say that little devil/angel that whispers in my ear
- PMQs review: A pointless, baseless, but very noisy fight over the 50p tax rate
- Nairobi gets tough on ivory smugglers
- The water cannon has no place on London's streets
- Okay, I'll say it... Jon Snow is not alone in thinking about sex with colleagues
- i Editor's Letter: Buzzing from first iStudents debate
- If young men are choosing not to go to university, so be it
- If the environmentalist movement is to stay relevant, it must embrace world-changing technologies like GM
- Stem-cell medical treatments are growing closer
- Pakistan is right to conclude that military power alone will not weaken the terrorists in its midst
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Sport RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Alex Hales: We are making fresh start for World T20
- Twenty20 series: England opener Alex Hales confident of comeback to win three-match series after Hobart defeat
- Twenty20 series: New format, same old story for England as they lose opening T20 against Australia
- Women's Ashes 2014: Captain Charlotte Edwards shows England how to win Ashes with brilliant innings
- The Light Roller: As England win the Ashes, it's time for a break
- Women's Ashes 2014: Victory for England 'means everything' says captain Charlotte Edwards
- Kevin Pietersen seeking new IPL franchise
- F1: Bernie Ecclestone in favour of extending double-points scheme to final three races despite negative reaction to new ruling
- F1: Red Bull problems continue during testing after Daniel Ricciardo forced out of car amid smoke
- F1: Jenson Button tops day two testing in Jerez but progress hampered by knee infection
- F1: 'Anteater' car noses may be unsafe, claims Red Bull chief designer Adrian Newey
Life and Style RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- First drone-assisted arrest in America began with a dispute over six cows
- Paper: Facebook's new app curates news stories from old media in 'distraction free' format
- PS Vita Slim UK release date, price revealed: Is this Sony's last handheld console?
- 'Spying Birds': Angry Birds website hacked after GCHQ revelations over 'leaky apps'
- Lenovo jumps to the top table with $2.9bn Motorola purchase from Google
- Advances in artificial intelligence could lead to mass unemployment, warn experts
- Rap Genius app: Side-stepping Google with a 'pocket guide to human culture'
- Virgin Galactic bans Chinese nationals from space flights over espionage fears
Arts and Entertainment RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Out Of The Furnace, film review: 'Christian Bale excels as downtrodden American everyman'
- That Awkward Moment, film review: 'Zac Efron makes an engaging lead in confused rom-com'
- Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun warns star to ‘be better’ or ‘quit the music business’
- Sienna Miller admits she ‘sabotaged’ her Hollywood prospects due to bad off-set behaviour
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- An e-petition against holiday price hikes in the school breaks has attracted more than 140,000 signatures - but will it change things?
- Five ways to take a cruise
- Travel deals: Summer in Corsica, Spring in Morocco and five star comfort in Cornwall
- Is easyJet still flying from Luton to Istanbul this summer?
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- Aberystwyth University evacuates 600 students following extreme weather reports
- Warwick students break university staff strikes by holding self-run lectures
- Buckinghamshire New University students fight to save furniture degrees from the chop
- Police accused of kettling student protesters at a national demonstration in Birmingham
- Missing York student Megan Roberts likely to have fallen in river while drunk, say police
- Students outraged as Yale fraternity suspended for 'no means yes' chants establishes chapter at Edinburgh
Nigel Farage: NHS might have to be replaced by private health insurance
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
French court convicts three over homophobic tweets, in case hailed as a 'significant victory' by LGBT rights campaigners
George Galloway condemns 'racist, Islamophobic, hypocritical rag' Charlie Hebdo at freedom of speech rally
British Muslim school children suffering a backlash of abuse following Paris attacks
Islamic history is full of free thinkers - but recent attempts to suppress critical thought are verging on the absurd
- 1 Benedict Cumberbatch says Hollywood is better for black British actors
- 2 Man who held up 'hire me' sign at Waterloo station returns a year later with 'I'm hiring' sign