Day In a Page
Thursday, 13 March 2014
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- First World War soldiers are laid to rest with military honours
- On the slopes of Popocatepetl volcano - pilgrims in Mexico annual trek up to make offerings
- Tony Benn, reflections of a life at the heart of British politics
- Tony Benn dead: The wit and wisdom of a Labour firebrand
- National Elephant Day in Thailand
- Three of the world’s rarest tigers born at London Zoo
- Lab launches misconduct probe into stem cell 'breakthrough' study after researchers admit mistakes in experiments
- Women do experience two different types of orgasm, study reveals
- 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'
- Tommy Pickles on acid: 90s cartoon favourites become drug addicts in sinister sketches
- Woman in India gives birth to 'two-headed baby'
- 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
- Tony Benn obituary: No one else so superbly led the left with such fire
- William Duff: Banker whose expertise helped transform Dubai into a financial powerhouse and a major force in the Arab world
- Tony Benn obituary: Politician who embodied the soul of the Labour Party and came to be admired - even by his rivals
- 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
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- Tony Benn dies: His leadership hopes were foiled by a selection process that favoured compromise
- Tony Benn dies: Warm in his friendships, harsh in his judgements - and blessed with an obstinacy that was magnificent
- Tony Benn was defiantly, stroppily, youthfully socialist to the very end
- Chagos Islands saga: Let us Chagossians return home
- For Putin, sanctions could be a price worth paying in exchange for the Crimea
- Tales from the Watercooler: When two worlds collide...
- So much for models with PhDs. If they’re all still slim, young and attractive, it’s hardly clever
- David Blunkett: Tony Benn missed his chance to make a real difference
- You don't have to be poor to go to Poundland
- The Big Questions: Why do we love chocolate? Should Prince Charles’s letters be published?
- Inside Westminster: Who will be the next Tory leader? This sideshow threatens to upstage the main event
- Man about town: Karl Lagerfeld was late to the launch of his European flagship store, but certainly no disappointment
- Oil and gas could explain Putin's costly attempt to control the Crimea
- David Cameron is right to back kosher: Judaism places immense value on animal welfare
- Zuckerberg contacts Obama: Social media might give us all a voice. But it isn’t worth much if no one is listening
- Pharrell Williams may give the brain a cheap thrill. But for proper cerebral excitement, you’re still better off with Shakespeare
- Errors and Omissions: Anachronistic metaphors are fraught with danger
- The best thing about doing a stage show? Getting the night bus home afterwards
- Anna Netrebko withdraws from the Royal Opera's Faust: If the star doesn’t turn up, why should the audience have to?
- Bow Crow showed that trade unions - managed well - could be just as effective today as they ever were
- Shelve reading, and social mobility suffers
- Three years into this terrible conflict, Syria's everyday heroes are still saving lives
- Tony Benn: Gifted as a speaker and political educator, but his politics were flawed
- i Editor's Letter: Reporting on mystery
- 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?
- Sunday’s referendum in Crimea does not augur well
- Tony Benn was a political giant and an extraordinary man. But his actions damaged the very causes he championed
- Legal highs blow yet another hole in our drugs policy
- GM technology will help us to meet the global food challenge. But Britain is in danger of being left behind
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- 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: Sebastian Vettel pays tribute to F1 legend with special helmet for Australian Grand Prix
- Video: 'I'm a driver!' - Lewis Hamilton clashes with security as he leads Australian Grand Prix practice
- Australian Grand Prix 2014: Lewis Hamilton heads Nico Rosberg to a Mercedes one-two in second practice
- 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: Lord Windermere comes from last place to win Gold Cup
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: More Of That eases past lady and the champ to take World by surprise
- 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 2014: Ruby Walsh breaks arm after dramatic fall during Triumph Hurdle
- 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 Diary: Can Martin Pipe finally win his dad's race?
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- Microsoft's Xbox One catches up to the PS4
- EU vote for universal mobile charger to be introduced in 2016
- Samsung's Ultrasonic Cover allows the blind to 'see' with their smartphones
- Google to encrypt searches globally in reaction to Edward Snowden revelations
- '100 retweets and I'll shoot someone': American man arrested for Twitter threat
- 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
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- Budget 2014: Here are some Budget changes George Osborne could make, but I don't hold out much hope in times of austerity
- Money Insider: To TSB or not to TSB with a new account
- Donald MacInnes: If someone like me could become financially respectable, anyone can
- Simon Read: It's time for a clear line on soaring mobile phone charges
- Derek Pain: Yes, private equity and the stock market still need each other
- Questions of Cash: Delay in reporting faulty meter led to problems with previous supplier
- Carbon tax 'should help vulnerable people'
- Plymouth Energy Community's solar share scheme backed by council
- Paym app will allow direct payments between mobile phones
- Mark Dampier: Asia is coming of age - expect less rapid growth and more dividends
- You asked for it - here's your praise of banks!
- Should you rush to use your Isa before the deadline?
- The Bargain Hunter: How to enjoy a Michelin meal for a fraction of the usual price
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Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Support for EU membership 'at highest level since 1991' with most Brits wanting to stay 'in'
Thousands with degenerative conditions classified as 'fit to work in future' – despite no possibility of improvement
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Attacks on 'Ukip Calypso' show how skewed people’s priorities are
- 1 This 'woman calls police to order pizza' story isn't going where you're expecting
- 2 Watch what happened when food critics were unknowingly served McDonald's
- 3 Jimmy Carr's controversial Oscar Pistorius joke goes a bit too far at the Q Awards
- 4 Ottawa shootings: Bruce MacKinnon's cartoon is the perfect tribute to soldier Nathan Cirillo
- 5 Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella