Day In a Page
Friday, 28 February 2014
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- Could seaweed stop the tide of obesity? Scientists creating supplement that blocks fat
- Could the Woolly Mammoth be brought back to life?
- Teen cancer survivor Elana Simon helps scientists study her own rare disease
- Is the right or left side of your brain more dominant? Take this quiz to find out
- Cancer patient's leg was attached to his arm to be kept 'alive' during surgery
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- The nature of war has changed, which is bleak news for Syria’s minorities
- Ukraine crisis: No wonder Vladimir Putin says Crimea is Russian
- Tales from the Watercooler: I still get a thrill from a good motorcade
- If students think that stripping is the way to make ends meet then there’s something missing from their education
- Howard Jacobson: Lewis Gill may not have meant his punch to kill, but any swing at a man's face is an act of barbarity
- Is our ridicule of Germany a cover for the fear that we too could have fostered Nazism?
- Editor's letter: Festival celebrates literature, but also freedom itself
- Errors and Omissions: Nothing unique in allowing rhetoric to trump logic
- The Big Questions: Who would ‘Spitting Image’ target nowadays? Can Scotland survive on its own?
- Man about Town: These ingredients were special, but it's what you do with them that really matters
- Oscars 2014: And the award for playing it safe goes to... Hollywood
- When councils shroud their deals with private developers in secrecy, you get the feeling something's up
- It’s adults, not kids, who need my guide to audience etiquette
- Protect whistleblowers, or you open the door to people like Julian Assange
- The release of The Book Thief marks another step in cinema taking a more rounded view of World War Two
- Why I'm giving up clothes for Lent
- The biggest risk to a procrastinator is the internet
- Four steps the UK should take to stop the CAR from turning into another Rwanda
- World View: The persecution of Muslims is Burma’s most toxic issue
- i Editor's Letter: Lunch with Kate Monro
- Why support railways but not the next generation?
- The British Nazis: Sir Oswald Mosley’s views were – and are not – uncommon
- When putsch comes to pool, we’ll just wing it
- Politics is all very well, but it’s the maths that matters
- There are signs the Tea Party may be over
- PIE controversy: Harriet Harman has got this one wrong
- Healthy marriages need kindness, not pre-nups
- Veronica Lee: Losing your comedy partner is no laughing matter
- i Editor's Letter: Crimea is slipping towards the Kremlin
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- England tour of West Indies: Dark shadow of Allen Stanford grips Antigua
- England woes continue as 'new era' refuses to ignite in 15-run defeat to West Indies
- Caribbean heads the field for knights in white
- West Indies 269-6 England 254-6 report: England let it slide after Michael Lumb’s debut century
- Honda Classic 2014: Rory McIlroy overcomes poor start to putt his way back to the top of the leaderboard
- Honda Classic 2014: Rory McIlroy heads out in the lead after opening round of 63
- FORE! Fan left with massive golf ball-sized lump on head after being hit by George McNeill's drive at the Honda Classic
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- Tips and deals of the week: The Adventure Walks Paris Map, Val Thoren zip-line and Heathrow Terminal 4 viewing platform
- Sophie Lam: It's all change for the Orient Express brand
- Great getaways: Club class in Barbados, Mauritan moment, stretch out in Thailand and Northern Lights tour to Norway
- The Big Six: Wildflower retreats
- Simon Calder: Snakes alive, but not for long – in Texas at least
- Travel agenda: Walking in Spain, Vikings in London, and Spring in Budapest
- My life in travel: Ellie Harrison
- Travel challenge: A villa holiday in Provence
- How far would you go for a first taste of sun in 2014?
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- Wealth Check: How can we build up our savings now we're in our dream home?
- Stuck in a with-profits policy? How to bail out
- The hidden homeless: Government urged to help vulnerable women who sleep rough
- Simon Read: Surely someone has had a positive bank experience?
- Simon Read: Sickening tale that reinforces the need to protect elderly
- Energy firms told to return £400m to customers
- Money alert: Impartial energy comparison site
- Mark Dampier: Ignore the squabbling and get the best of both worlds in trusts
- Where can I get the best return for my £20,000 nest egg?
- Bargain Hunter: Take a time-travelling trip for two on a Waterstones card
- Donald MacInnes: When a plumber's grandson's musical goes down the tubes...
- Julian Knight: Why I'm wedded to this shake-up for the pre-nup
- Questions of cash: We thought we'd fixed child tax credit problem and then it all started again
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Rotherham child sex abuse scandal: Labour Home Office to be probed over what Tony Blair's government knew - and when
Robin Williams Emmys tribute led by Billy Crystal criticised for including 'racist' joke about Muslim woman
The Rotherham child abuse scandal is a tale of apologists, misogyny and double standards
What do immigrants really think of Britain? Polish immigrant's Reddit post goes viral
Do you realise just how foolish the UK looks?
Ashya King: Parents of five-year-old boy refused permission to visit him in hospital and denied bail at Spanish court
- 1 Half of young women unable to ‘locate vagina’ and 65% find it difficult to say the word
- 2 Perez Hilton apologises for Jennifer Lawrence naked photo leak
- 3 A teacher speaks out: 'I'm effectively being forced out of a career that I wanted to love'
- 4 Mexican woman becomes world’s 'oldest person' at 127
- 5 Jennifer Lawrence 'naked sex video' will be leaked threatens 4Chan celebrity photo hacker