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
- 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
- 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'
- 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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Disgruntled RBS worker writes hilarious open letter to Russell Brand after anti-capitalist publicity stunt leaves him hungry
Nigel Farage defends Kerry Smith 'ch***y' comment: 'If you are going for a Chinese, what do you say you’re going for?'
Nigel Farage's approval rating hits 'record low' as popularity suffers in wake of Ukip sex scandal
Pakistan school attack live: Taliban kill at least 132 children in 'horrifying' massacre
Sony hack: Angelina Jolie branded 'seriously out of her mind' in further embarrassing leaked email saga
Panic Saturday: 13 million Britons spend £1.2bn – while 13 million others across the country live in poverty unable to afford food
- 1 Nigel Farage: Me vs Russell Brand on Question Time – he's got the chest hair but where are his ideas?
- 2 Harry Potter fans can apply to the Hogwarts-inspired College of Wizardry
- 3 Jessica Chambers: 19-year-old woman 'doused with lighter fluid and burned alive' in the US
- 4 Russell Brand calls Nigel Farage 'poundshop Enoch Powell' in BBC Question Time debate
- 5 Orange Wednesdays are no more