Day In a Page
Monday, 24 March 2014
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- Top designs of the year
- Increased demand for face masks as pollution worsens in China
- Russian photographer takes breathtaking images from the top of high-rise buildings
- Easter treats for your pet
- A bird-singing contest in Thailand
- Pasola war festival in Sumba Island
- Sport Relief 2014
- Remarkable Lives series: 10 Great Britons appear on the Royal Mail first-class stamps
- Michael Schumacher latest: Former F1 doctor Gary Harstein warns fans must 'prepare for the worst' after no improvement in driver's condition
- Games of Thrones star Sophie Turner: ‘Justin Bieber is the King Joffrey of our time’
- Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Dead funny? Or is it too soon for Bill Maher and co to make jokes about the unfolding tragedy?
- Peter Oakley dead: The 'Internet Grandad', whose YouTube channel was once the most popular in the world, dies aged 86
- Alex Salmond and the Scottish cabinet selfie. Yes, like Ellen’s Oscars selfie. Yes, it exists
- Stephen Fry’s humanist secret of happiness is the best thing you’ll watch today
- Gerard Depardieu launches ‘Proud to be Russian’ line of watches: French actor had passport hand delivered by Putin
- James Rebhorn wrote own obituary before his death: Read the late Homeland star’s ode to himself in full
- Jeremy Clarkson’s poorly-timed plane tweet as passengers on-board Malaysian flight MH370 declared dead sparks new feud with Piers Morgan
- Nasa releases stunning image of lightning strike from space as part of new 'lightning lab'
- Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 search: Inmarsat - a UK satellite firm - broke new ground in hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight
- Evidence for human-induced climate change grows as 2013 is revealed as the sixth-hottest on record
- James Rebhorn: Popular character actor whose credits included 'The Talented Mr Ripley' and the hit TV series 'Homeland'
- Simon Curtis: Poet and academic whose inspirations included music, sport and English woodcut and landscape artists
- Andrew Stuart: Britain's last resident commissioner to Vanuatu whose skill ensured independence in the face of French machinations
- Ignatius Zakka Iwas: Leader of one of the oldest Christian sects who was noted for his contributions to ecumenical dialogue
- Adolfo Suarez: Spain’s first democratically elected Prime Minister who oversaw the transition from the country’s Franco years
- Mickey Duff: Boxer who retired at just 19 and became the British fight game’s most respected and feared manager and promoter
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- The Government’s pensions overhaul could signal a return to a time when property wasn’t the major way for Britons to save
- So what if people think Ed Miliband is weird? Leadership is not a popularity contest
- Politicians’ fortunes are now like football managers’ – at the mercy of phone-in culture
- Inside Whitehall: We have to start the cuts now for next period of austerity
- Why we Conservatives must lose our perceived hostility to immigration - and get rid of the cap on immigrant numbers
- Nigel Farage: My live debate with Nick Clegg is upon us. Does he realise what is about to hit him?
- Dr Rowan Williams: As the first Syrian refugees arrive in the UK, we must now promise our support for more humanitarian action
- A ‘Punching Above Your Weight’ competition is an ugly thing indeed
- The left can be too clever for its own good. We need to translate think tank speak into plain English
- Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Distraught families deserved so much more than a text to tell them ‘beyond reasonable doubt no one survived’
- Banks strive to outsmart us – but it’s not a clever choice
- When you’re not in government, it’s very easy to argue that there should be ‘power to the people’. But what does it actually mean?
- Grace Dent: Not good enough for the cover of ‘Vogue’? Kim Kardashian has a lot more to be proud of than the tedious fashionistas who condemn her
- I was astonished that I could not send a prison inmate one of my books
- How to explain Lloyds' decision not to award full compensation to victims of its PPI mis-selling?
- Nature Studies: $5m for a book? That’s for the birds – or the illustrations of them at least
- Virginia Ironside's Dilemmas: I'm worried that my lover's husband is dangerous
- This ban on prisoners receiving books won't help cut re-offending
- Grace Dent: Thank heavens for ‘cock in a sock’
- Grace Dent: Grayling's ban on prisoners receiving books is truly chilling
- i Editor's Letter: Judging each policy on its merits
- i Editor's Letter: Two weeks on and the search continues...
- Wind turbine factory is a boost to Hull and a boost to UK industry
- Suppression and mass trials in Egypt fulfil critics’ worst predictions following last year’s military coup
- The National Front’s handful of wins in French local elections cannot be dismissed as a protest vote
- Grayling's book ban: Prisoners should be encouraged to read more, not less
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- World Twenty20: Craig Kieswetter eager to take the gloves off Jos Buttler
- Women's Twenty20: England need top three to fire in crunch match
- The Light Roller: Only a fool would make predictions about the World Twenty20 - but here are some anyway...
- World Twenty20: Craig Kieswetter relishing England call-up after 'surprise' chance to replace injured Luke Wright
- Supreme Court of India calls on cricket board chief Narainswamy Srinivasan to step down amid investigation into IPL match-fixing
- World Twenty20: Dale Steyn’s epic final over stuns Kiwis and keeps Proteas alive
- Women’s World Twenty20: West Indies 133-7 England 124-9 - Sloppy fielding costs England dear as they slip up in World Cup opener
- World Twenty20: Tim Bresnan trying to look to the future after England's miserable winter
- World Twenty20: Stuart Broad fined for labelling umpires 'distinctly average' in defeat to New Zealand
- Exclusive: F1 warned it is facing fan revolt over 'silent' engines - 'the sound is a disgrace'
- 'Mike the Bike' rides again: The tragic story of Mike Hailwood told in new documentary
- F1: Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz warns team could quit after driver Daniel Ricciardo's Australian Grand Prix exclusion
- Miami Masters 2014: Andy Murray defies pain to book Novak Djokovic showdown
- Sony Open: Rampant Rafael Nadal storms through third round after defeating Denis Istomin 6-1 6-0
- Miami Masters 2014: Roger Federer cruises through third round with 6-3 6-3 win over Thiemo de Bakker
- Wimbledon: Sunshine in SW19 heralds start of sport’s golden period
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- Natalia Poklonskaya: Web swoons over 'battle-ready heroine' Crimean attorney general
- HTC One M8 UK release: Full specs, iPhone 5S, Galaxy S5 comparison
- HTC launches One M8, brings the fight to Samsung for high-end Android smartphones
- Google Glass Wayfarers? Google partners with Ray-Ban maker to bring Glass to the masses
- Auto-correct turns 'no make-up selfie' donations into polar bear adoptions
- The only camera that's been to the Moon and back was just sold for nearly $1m
- Apple's Healthbook: Why iOS 8 and the iPhone 6 are likely to put digital health on the map
- How wearable technology is helping UK farmers get more milk from their cows
- Tesco dreams big with fully immersive virtual reality store for the Oculus Rift
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- Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Now we know the plane came down and hopes are extinguished, what task will be ahead?
- Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: the detective work that led to the beginning of the mystery's end
- Missing Malaysian Flight MH370 Q&A: Has Malaysia been keeping information secret? Will they ever stop looking? And are the pilots involved or not?
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Nigel Farage defends Kerry Smith 'ch***y' comment: 'If you are going for a Chinese, what do you say you’re going for?'
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'
Panic Saturday: 13 million Britons spend £1.2bn – while 13 million others across the country live in poverty unable to afford food
- 1 Planes go hybrid-electric in important step to greener flight
- 2 Christmas comes early to Hong Kong, as millions of bank notes spill out onto busy street
- 3 Antonio Martin shooting: Police and protesters clash over teenager's death just five miles from Ferguson, Missouri
- 4 Northern Lights above Britain: Stunning Aurora Borealis illuminates Northumberland sky on Christmas Eve
- 5 British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh