Day In a Page
Friday, 7 March 2014
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- Dame Elaine Kellett-Bowman: Conservative MP and MEP whose ferociously hard work enabled her to stand proud on the right wing of the party
- Justin Kaplan: Award-winning author hailed for his innovative biographies of Walt Whitman and Mark Twain
- Peter Callander: Lyricist who wrote the words for hits by artists such as Cliff Richard, Dusty Springfield and Sandie Shaw
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- AL Kennedy’s comments: Rumbled! But I only lived in Kensal Green
- Tales from the Watercooler: Mum made me wash up, m'lud ...
- Stephen Lawrence murder investigation: Macpherson was effectively working with one hand tied behind his back
- Printing money has helped only the rich
- Students entering work can find the perfect fit for a ‘portfolio’ career
- Does political rhetoric win votes?
- Careers tip: Making sure you’re valued at work
- Everyone is shocked by the inquiry into police corruption – except the public
- Get working class kids to fit in with the bourgeoisie? Take it from one who tried, they never will
- Changing career doesn’t have to mean mid-life drama
- International Women's Day: Here's why it matters
- Female pop stars like Lily Allen are too busy selling records to come up with anything constructive or interesting to say about feminism
- Man about town: Bubbles at The Ritz
- Errors and Omissions: A brilliant performance doesn't always make you a star
- The Big Questions: Is Vladimir Putin rebuilding the Soviet Union? How will the populist parties fare in the European elections?
- Inside Westminster: Banging on about Europe used to be a problem for Clegg. These days it’s the Lib Dems’ number one selling point
- Ballet Black is a wonderful company. But it's a shame on the arts that it still exists
- Low self-esteem holds too many of us back
- Not all lawyers are coining it, and it’s right to stand up to Chris Grayling’s misguided ‘reforms’
- To those who can’t see the point of International Women’s Day: you are the very reason it exists
- Racism cannot be separated from feminism
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- Sport on TV: England’s dastardly deeds are speaking louder than words
- West Indies Tour: England bowler Chris Jordan hoping to impress his native Barbados in Twenty20 series
- England must beat Aussies at their own game and appoint a ‘matey’ coach who likes a beer and a laugh... Beefy, Freddie: step forward
- Kevin Pietersen saga: Chris Gayle offers untimely reminder of absent friend
- Moeen Ali hoping to impress in West Indies series after Joe Root doubt for World Twenty20
- Andy Murray admits return from back surgery was tough, but with season ramping up, he's 'feeling good'
- Indian Wells: Victoria Azarenka limps out of BNP Paribas Open second round through injury as American Lauren Davis progresses
- Elena Baltacha vows to battle liver cancer as Heather Watson and Judy Murray among those who offer support
- Former British tennis No 1 Elena Baltacha told she has liver cancer
- Elena Baltacha diagnosed with liver cancer: Former British number one admits she is 'fighting with everything I have'
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- Amputee drummer gains 'superhuman' skills with robotic arm
- HTC: The smartphone company that cares about design as much as Apple
- Livr: A social network only for drunk people
- Sony's The Last of Us to get film adaption with help from Spider-Man director Sam Raimi
- Vine bans pornography, allows nudity that is "documentary, educational or artistic"
- Bitcoin blunder: Satoshi Nakamoto denies all involvement with cryptocurrency
- Wello: A smartphone case that measures your heart rate and more - straight from your iPhone
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- Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: Despite expected death toll we must remember air travel has never been safer
- Simon Calder: If life's too short, how about a BAwayday?
- Travel agenda: From the stars of the Lego film to a suitcase exhibition in Amsterdam and a former abbey hotel in Northumberland
- Surfing holidays: Chasing the perfect wave off an empty beach
- My life in travel: Virginia McKenna
- Travel challenge: Easter in Portugal
- New low-cost airline flying to America under threat after US pilots association raises safety fears
- On Holiday Group collapse: Q&A
- On Holiday Group collapses with debts of £7m
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- Ukraine crisis is Russian roulette for investors
- Simon Read: Could it be that banks are ready to earn the trust of customers instead of bleeding us dry?
- MPs warn that carbon bubble may hit savers
- Questions of Cash: PC World tried to blame my son's faulty laptop on 'liquid damage'
- Mark Dampier: The fund manager who's top of my Mutual appreciation society
- Donald MacInnes: Garage mechanics are enough to drive women (and me) to distraction
- Bargain Hunter: Discount deals on haute cuisine, and the chef's tantrums are free
- MP accuses watchdog of failing the vulnerable
- Derek Pain: Booker and Whitbread power my portfolio to heady heights
- Money alert: Crowdfunding regulations
- Money Insider: Marks & Spencer serves up no-fees current account
9 reasons Greece's experiment with the radical left is doomed to failure
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
Have we reached 'peak food'? Shortages loom as global production rates slow
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford faces execution by firing squad in Indonesia
Liberal Democrat minister defends comments suggesting immigration causes pub closures
- 1 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 2 The awkward moment Sarah Palin raised $25,000 for Hillary Clinton's election campaign
- 3 Ball pool for adults opens in London
- 4 Amal Clooney gives excellent response to fashion question at European Court of Human Rights
- 5 Baldness could soon be treated using stem cells, scientists hope