Day In a Page
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
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- Green light for GM? First official report into genetically modified crops in five years recommends 'safe and sustainable' roll-out in Britain
- The five-second rule is real, say scientists
- Tiny T-Rex: Fossils reveal Tyrannosaurus mini-me roamed Earth 70 million years ago
- Hell is wetter than you thought: Diamond suggests that beneath the Earth's crust is an 'ocean’s worth of water'
- Europeans have ‘got whiter’ due to natural selection in past 5,000 years, scientists say
- Chimpanzees are better at computer games than children, scientists claim
- Peacocks make fake sex noises to attract the attention of females
- Is it the end of the world? Headless chicken weathervanes to track language of fear online
- What's next, the stage? Parrot who can 'play dead' lands job at Legoland
- Malaysia flight MH370: Pitbull song lyrics bear uncanny resemblance to missing plane mystery, according to YouTubers
- First Kiss viral video was just a clothing advert starring actors
- Impatient dog presses car horn for 20 minutes as owners browse art gallery
- Rampaging elephant smashes up house but then 'saves crying baby trapped under debris'
- William Duff: Banker whose expertise helped transform Dubai into a financial powerhouse and a major force in the Arab world
- Marion Thorpe: Pianist who fled the Nazis in 1938 before sacrificing her career for her family and going on to marry Jeremy Thorpe
- William Clay Ford: Businessman and scion of the Ford dynasty who helped ensure that power remained with the family
- Melba Hernandez: Revolutionary who helped Castro in his first coup attempt and later served Cuba as an ambassador
- Gerard Mortier: Pioneering opera director whose career was dedicated to breaking traditions and pushing artistic boundaries
- Lord Bilston: Politician who championed the steel industry and was popular on both sides of the House of Commons
- ‘Wild Bill’Guarnere: Bemedalled soldier whose exploits in Europe were dramatised in the HBO series 'Band of Brothers'
- Eric James Mellon: Potter whose lyrical work was infused with his love of the storytelling powers of Ancient Greek ceramicists
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- Apparently it is winning that counts: UK Sport’s approach to distributing funding is deeply troubling
- One white shark, a whole lot of questions
- Mark Steel: All those touchy-feely baristas need someone like Bob Crow fighting for their right to behave like normal people
- The row over Prince Charles’ letters is not just legal argument vs public interest. There are real constitutional implications
- Communism on a tiny scale can work – unless it’s in China where, ironically, it can’t stand a chance
- Ucas: Flogging ads on the back of its access to students is just plain sneaky
- Bob Crow death: In 30 years, will the cult of the individual have taken such a hold that the idea of working for the collective good is lost?
- A bribe isn’t the way to quit smoking
- i Editor's Letter: So what, exactly, is Labour's position on the EU?
- Obama has chosen his side in the war Congress is waging on the errant CIA
- Three cheers for the marriage tax break
- One Direction fans should be lobbying the band, not just George Osborne
- Clegg’s free school meals plan may have some glitches, but who cares?
- It would be so much fun to say that Roy Jenkins remade Britain in his own degenerate image. The only problem is, it isn’t true
- The Last of the Unjust: Did I not get it? Or is the New Yorker's film critic wrong this time?
- As Caribbean nations call for compensation, it's time for Britain to examine its own history in the slave trade
- Britain isolated is Britain undone. When will Eurosceptics realise that the era of the nation state has ended?
- Banning ‘bossy’: what's so threatening?
- PMQs review: Did Clegg just put paid to a Lib-Lab coalition?
- Tinder isn't for teens, so why are so many using the app?
- i Editor's Letter: These students are not giving up on Westminster
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- Fracking shame: Full threat to British wildlife is laid bare in a new report showing up to half the country could be licensed for shale gas extraction
- Powerlines disturb animal habitats by appearing as disturbing flashes of UV light invisible to the human eye
- Case for the badger cull called into question as new figures show huge decline in bovine TB
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- Hometown hero Chris Jordan leads England to victory over West Indies
- World Twenty20 2014: Ashley Giles exasperated by England batting woes
- England's torturer-in-chief Mitchell Johnson could miss start of World T20 with toe problem
- Oscar Pistorius trial: Cricketer Herschelle Gibbs tweets 'lol #neveradullmoment' after autographed bat is used as evidence
- Lewis Hamilton on Michael Schumacher ski accident: 'Experience' gives F1 legend chance to 'show his character'
- Formula One 2014: New cars' power cut puts the driver back in charge
- Michael Schumacher: Conflicting messages over health of F1 legend overshadow build-up to new season
- Jenson Button interview: 'It's when you are away from racing that it hits you like a stake through the heart'
- Formula One 2014's big questions: Ten things to look out for in the new season
- Michael Schumacher: Former team-mate Felipe Massa 'praying every day'
- F1: Lewis Hamilton admits he remains uncertain how well Mercedes will compete this season
- Sebastian Vettel: Red Bull driver warns sceptics about writing off title chances
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: More Of That eases past lady and the champ to take World by surprise
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Sire De Grugy wins Queen Mother Champion Chase
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Silviniaco Conti has class to show Bobs real worth
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: More Of That wins World Hurdle, with Big Bucks retired after defeat
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: 'At the end of the day it is your pet dying. It ain't your son, daughter, brother, sister,' says Ruby Walsh of horse fatalities
- Cheltenham Festival: Queen Mother Champion Chase victory for Sire De Grugy proves popularity of Moores' family affair
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: ‘Big Bucks is the people’s horse and came back safe and sound’
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Annie Power has right make-up to beat Big Buck's in Ladbrokes World Hurdle
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Jockey Ruby Walsh angers welfare groups by describing horses as 'replaceable'
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: O'Faolains Boy wins duel with Smad Place for the RSA Chase
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Ruby Walsh clarifies comments that horses are 'expendable' following death of Our Conor
- Cheltenham Diary: Can Martin Pipe finally win his dad's race?
- Cheltenham Festival Diary: Big Buck's hopes to win in yellow
- Indian Wells 2014: Stanislas Wawrinka suffers first defeat of the season, with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer the biggest names remaining
- Indian Wells 2014: Andy Murray refuses to blame fitness after defeat to Milos Raonic, saying it simply was '"not good enough'
- Indian Wells 2014: Li Na and Novak Djokovic advance
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- Tim Berners-Lee on creating the web: 'I never expected all these cats'
- EE crowned UK's best mobile operator - Vodafone in last place
- Tomnod: How to join the virtual search party scanning satellite imagery for missing flight MH370
- Facebook updates spread bad moods virally
- UK offers best 'superfast' broadband in Europe
- Face it - this is what you always wanted a driverless car for
- The Web is 25: And Twitter gets all nostalgic
- Titanfall: Xbox Live recovers after jitters; fans hold their breath for UK launch
- The Web is 25: 10 things you need to know about the web (including how much it weighs)
- The Web is 25: Let's look at some baby photos of your favourite websites
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- Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 Q&A: What do we know about what happened?
- Holiday company condemned for offering to pay fines for parents taking children out of school in term time
- No repeat of Terminal 5 horror show when new 'Queen's Terminal' opens this June, Heathrow authorities insist
- Travel deals: Get away to Greece, relax in Bali or catch the end of the ski season
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- KCL agrees to pay its staff the London Living Wage
- Teenager attempts to become an MP in planet’s most dangerous nation
- Oxford's students of colour speak out in powerful 'I, too, am Oxford' campaign
- The i debate verdict: ‘We can’t run away from Westminster politics’
- 'Mentally tough' female students do better than their male counterparts, study finds
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
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
- 1 Man who held up 'hire me' sign at Waterloo station returns a year later with 'I'm hiring' sign
- 2 UK weather: Snow to fall in the coming week with sub-zero temperatures to last until early February
- 3 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 4 Warriors in ancient Iraq suffered Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder more than 3,000 years ago, say researchers
- 5 This crazy skiing video will leave you feeling queasy