Day In a Page
Friday, 14 March 2014
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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
- Editor's letter on Tony Benn: Trying to do justice to a man who spent a life fighting for it
- 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
- 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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- Australian Grand Prix: Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton takes pole position in Melbourne opener to Formula One season
- Australian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton bounces back from early breakdown as Red Bulls come good
- Bernie Ecclestone postpones Russian GP night race
- 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
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Lord Windermere comes from last place to win Gold Cup
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Late run for Lord ends with Gold for Davy Russell
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Ruby Walsh breaks arm after dramatic fall during Triumph Hurdle
- Cheltenham Festival 2014 Diary: Will Scu be the Dude at Aintree?
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Culloty puckers up to his new best mate while Ruby Walsh is hit by karma
- Cheltenham Festival 2014: Tiger rolls with ease as Paul Nicholls curses his luck
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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
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- Simon Calder: Green signal for the 'red book'
- Travel agenda: From geodesic camping domes in France to self-catering Hunting Lodges in the Usk Valley
- My life in travel: Rebecca Ferguson
- The Saturday Miscellany: How to max out a city break; Oscars applause; Henry Dimbleby's fridge; Ides of March
- Open Jaw: Grand Budapest, La Réunion, and BA cheap day trips
- Travel challenge: Bali and Lombok
Money RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- Budget 2014: Here are some Budget changes George Osborne could make, but I don't hold out much hope in times of austerity
- The Bargain Hunter: How to enjoy a Michelin meal for a fraction of the usual price
- You asked for it - here's your praise of banks!
- Should you rush to use your Isa before the deadline?
- 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
- Money Insider: To TSB or not to TSB with a new account
- Donald MacInnes: If someone like me could become financially respectable, anyone can
- 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
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Alex Salmond has 'broken his word to the Scottish people' says Scottish Lib Dem leader
- 1 PlayStation and Xbox hacked by Lizard Squad
- 2 The 'Black Museum': After 150 years, public set to see exhibits from police’s grisly crime museum
- 4 Vagina canoe artist defends herself over ‘obscenity’ charges
- 5 The Queen’s speech 2014: Recap and Twitter reaction to Game of Thrones reference