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Wednesday, 2 April 2014
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- The world's top 10 restaurants
- Massandra winery: One of the largest collections of fine and rare wines in the world
- 'Trash People' exhibition in Israel
- The most ridiculous calls to the RSPCA
- The weirdest x-rays
- The weirdest x-rays
- 'Tower of David' - the world's tallest slum
- High air pollution levels across the UK
- Disaster declared after huge earthquake in Chile
- Bonsai collection at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York
- Miley Cyrus dramatically cries over dead dog on stage before singing their favourite Fleetwood Mac song
- Michael Schumacher health improves: Formula 1 star ‘shows signs that give us encouragement’, says his manager
- Nathan Berry dead: Tributes flood in after jockey passes away, aged 23
- Napoleon’s penis size confirmed: Channel 4 documentary calls the artifact 'very small'
- Prince Andrew is the first royal to take and tweet a selfie and it’s very close-up indeed
- Patti Smith, self-confessed Rihanna fan, on the sexualisation of women in music: ‘No one should allow themselves to be exploited’
- Patti Smith interview: The Godmother of Punk talks the bible, Noah and what really makes her angry
- Alanis Morissette’s bitter dog-stealing legal battle continues: The latest twist
- Michael Schumacher: Fans complain over German magazine cover that depicts smiling star and wife with 'AWAKE!' headline
- Chris Brown, currently in jail pending assault trial, claims he is not a prisoner
- Samuel L Jackson performs Boy Meets World slam-poem: The tribute to end all others
- World Autism Awareness Day 2014: Boyzone’s Keith Duffy on the challenges of raising his autistic daughter Mia
- Russell Crowe meets The Archbishop of Canterbury to talk Noah after Papal encounter
- Andy Murray's April Fools' joke was so unfunny, no one actually noticed it
- Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Peter Jackson's personal jet joins search
- #PermanentRetweet: Immortalise your 140-character musings in wood or metal
- Texas couple claim they have caught a live chupacabra
- Bill Clinton 'wouldn't be surprised' if aliens visited - he just hopes it won't be like Independence Day
- Spider-Man meets dancing baby doppelganger in weird Evian advert
- Summertime Is Great is your new best worst music video
- Video: More dogs being baffled by magic tricks with unbearably cute results
- Evidence of liquid oceans on Saturn's moon Enceladus increases chances of finding alien life in our Solar System
- Mobile phones linked to erectile dysfunction, according to study
- Vegetarians are 'less healthy and have a lower quality of life than meat-eaters', scientists say
- How old is the moon? True age is finally revealed
- Male fish becoming 'feminised' by pollutants in Spanish waters
- Nasa breaks off contact with Russia's space agency over Ukraine tensions
- Noah's Ark 'could have happened', scientists say
- Study: Men who started smoking as boys could be more likely to father obese sons
- Mysteries of the human brain revealed as scientists release detailed 3D image of its genes and pathways
- 'Love hormone' oxytocin can actually make people more dishonest, scientists say
- Why do zebras have stripes? Biologists say they finally have the answer
- Charle Keating: Lawyer and moral crusader who went to jail for his role in the US savings and loans scandal of the 1980s and '90s
- Lorenzo Semple Jr: Award-winning screenwriter who helped create camp 'Batman' TV series and co-wrote the film 'Papillon'
- John Uzzell Edwards: Artist whose fascination with the Welsh industrial landscape gave way to the "pure painting" approach
- Brian Hart: Formula 1 engine builder who delighted in taking on the big teams and beating them on a regular basis
- Lakshmi Shankar: Vocalist who worked with her brother-in-law Ravi and sang on the soundtrack to Attenborough's 'Gandhi'
- Hobart Alter: Surfing pioneer whose cheap and lightweight 'Hobie' boards turned the sport into a global pursuit
- Professor Wyn Roberts: Noted authority on surface science who did seminal work on the interactions between gases and solids
- Rabbi Yousef Hamadani Cohen: Rabbi who devoted his life to representing the interests of Iran's Jewish community, one of the world's oldest
- Frankie Knuckles: DJ and producer whose work at the Warehouse club in Chicago made his name as 'the Godfather of House'
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- Farage has made Ukip, not Labour, Britain’s most working-class party
- Just look at the contribution Yashika Bageerathi might have made to Britain. I mean – obviously she had to be deported
- Nigella was prevented from boarding a flight to America, but what about all the rock stars who talk openly about their drug-fuelled excesses?
- The proliferation of skyscrapers in the capital is getting completely out of hand
- More than anti-EU, Nigel Farage is anti-establishment – and that’s where his real appeal lies
- School for two-year-olds? That is a recipe for disaster
- Paul Flowers, the Libor fiddle, services mis-sold...What has happened to business ethics?
- I'm all for lads' mags - a flash of my cleavage and a swish of my hair is sometimes all it takes
- The people might have judged Farage to have beaten Clegg – but will that translate into votes for the Ukip leader?
- It makes sense to reduce the number of GCSE high-flyers
- Britain's unpredictable weather defines the national character. It also means that onshore wind farms don't make sense
- Cornish surfers and their white-on-white racism – is that even possible?
- Usborne in the USA: How the Koch brothers, backed by the Supreme Court, threaten democracy
- Dubai's airport might be bigger than ours, but that doesn't make it better
- I admire Lorde and everyone who bares their make-up free face - but I can't seem do the same
- It’s time we realised that GDP growth isn’t everything, and that happiness – or the lack of it – also has an economic cost
- Why is the Law Society throwing its weight behind a regressive form of Islam?
- PMQs: More sport than seriousness in bad-tempered debate over privatisation
- The Syrian Opposition Coalition is not a lost cause. But we need more external support
- World Autism Awareness Day: Just because a person has a different way of communicating, it does not mean that they are impaired
- A single bullet from a sniper's rifle, but don't be so sure the six men it killed were 'Taliban'
- With ‘Rohingya’ not an option on census forms, Burma’s new democracy is facing an identity crisis
- i Editor's Letter: Brain research is the Apollo mission of our age
- i Editor's Letter: Giving voice to an unexpected opinion
- A new global accord on climate change is urgently needed
- Britain’s house-building rate is pathetic, indefensible and a source of growing injustice. Yet a solution seems very far off
- The human brain is the most complex structure in the universe. Let’s do all we can to unravel its mysteries
- If he succeeds, Manuel Valls will re-shape French socialism
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- Badger cull ‘not safe, effective or humane’, says Defra
- Wildife Trusts: Britain's grasslands face greatest ever threat from building development and climate change
- Saharan dust: Six things you didn't know about red dust storms
- MPs accuse BBC of creating 'false balance' on climate change with unqualified sceptics
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- Graeme Smith criticises Alastair Cook's 'stale' captaincy and England's decision to drop Kevin Pietersen
- Sam Robson: England's opener in waiting?
- Tide turns against Ashley Giles as silence speaks volumes about English woe
- Robin Scott-Elliot: Graeme Smith, as ever, shoots from the hip... but how will he lead Kevin Pietersen at Surrey?
- World Twenty20: Lasith Malinga then biblical deluge wash away West Indies hopes to reach the final
- World Twenty20: West Indies captain Darren Sammy happy his 'six-hitters' have fallen in love with T20
- Jonathan Trott and Ashley Giles given ringing endorsements to rebuild England career after winter to forget
- Sacking Kevin Pietersen 'the correct thing to do,' insists England captain Alastair Cook
- World Twenty20: Windies through to semi-finals after thrashing Pakistan
- Jonathan Trott's Warwickshire return cut short as left-arm quick does trick again
- Women's World Twenty20: England captain Charlotte Edwards hopes her bowlers prove too canny for big-hitting South Africans
- Grand National 2014: Jim Beaumont - Room at top for local boy made good
- Grand National 2014: Sweepstakes kit
- Grand National betting 2014: Not sure who to back? Check out our horse-by-horse guide
- Grand National 2014: Tidal Bay and Long Run head final declaration in eventual field of 40
- Grand National betting 2014: What impact does the handicap have when picking a winner?
- Grand National 2014: Tony McCoy factor cuts Double in half for Aintree
- Grand National betting 2014: Why Mr Moonshine, Mountainous, Vintage Star and Chance Du Roy could win at Aintree
- Grand National betting 2014: Can Tidal Bay buck the historical trends and win at Aintree?
- Grand National betting 2014: Why a royal connection could see Monbeg Dude start as favourite - but short odds provide little clue to the winner
- Grand National 2014: The New One seeks Cheltenham Festival consolation at Aintree
- Grand National betting 2014: Analysis of the winning distance market
- Grand National 2014: The story of Red Rum - the three-time winner
- Monbeg Dude challenges to be Grand National favourite
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- This is what the new reversible USB 3.1 cable looks like
- EU delivers on Net Neutrality promises, scraps roaming charges to sweeten the deal
- Surgery in space: Nasa helps develop Matrix-like robot that slips in through your belly button
- Windows 8.1 Update: Everything you need to know about the changes to Microsoft's OS
- Microsoft unveils Cortana, a smartphone digital assistant that's a rival to Apple's Siri
- Fire TV: Amazon's internet-streaming device to rival Apple and Google
- Nest launches smart thermostat in the UK
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Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Russell Brand threatened with arrest after filming outside Fox News headquarters
Amal Alamuddin calls for the return of the Elgin Marbles from Britain: 'Injustice has persisted for too long'
London bus driver 'kicks gay couple off for kissing'
Lord Freud: Tory welfare minister apologises after saying disabled people are 'not worth’ the minimum wage
- 1 Jack the Ripper: Scientist who claims to have identified notorious killer has 'made serious DNA error'
- 2 Banksy arrest hoax: Internet duped by fake report claiming street artist's identity has been revealed
- 3 Drink alcohol and eat meat to improve male fertility - but cut down on coffee, studies suggest
- 4 Former East 17 frontman Brian Harvey turns up at Downing Street and 'demands to speak to Prime Minister'
- 5 The inventor of the Facebook 'like' button says he never made a 'dislike' button because he feared the 'unfortunate consequences'