Day In a Page
Wednesday, 14 May 2014
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- Turkey coal mine explosion: Violent clashes erupt after disaster kills hundreds
- Top 10 best places for LGTBI rights in Europe
- California wildfires
- Cannes 2014 in pictures
- Stephen's story
- George Lucas at 70: Career in pictures
- Turkey coal mine accident in pictures: Powerful images that reveal scale of the disaster
- Oprah Winfrey sued by 86-year-old nuclear physicist
- Stephen Sutton dies: Teenager has raised £4m
- Scarlett Johansson suing French author for using her likeness in a new book
- Malala Yousafzai images used in controversial Indian mattress advertisement
- Colin Jackson tax avoidance: Olympic hurdler is involved in same scheme as Gary Barlow
- Gary Barlow tax avoidance: Take That singer says 'my financial affairs were chaotic'
- Nick Clegg on debut novel: ‘It is cringingly, toe-curlingly, puce-embarrassingly, pretentious adolescent tripe’
- Nick Clegg: 'I set fire to a cacti collection and I'm not proud of it'
- Morrissey’s Twitter debut is like his autobiography: Superfluous, impenetrable, pretentious and… Weird.
- Under 30s music rich list: Adele tops chart while One Direction makes boyband history
- Malik Bendjelloul suicide: Searching for Sugar Man director took own life, his brother confirms
- Solange ‘attacks’ Jay Z: Hotel fires employee who sold lift video for $250,000 after five-day bidding war
- Andrew Lloyd Webber defends Gary Barlow and reveals tax-reduction scheme that went up in smoke
- Helena Bonham Carter asked Prince William to be the godfather of her child. He said no.
- Patrick Stewart's singer wife Sunny Ozell employs him as her 'merch b***h'
- Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is 30... and it will make you feel very, very old
- Stephen Sutton dies: David Cameron and Ricky Gervais lead tributes to fundraising teenager who lost his battle with cancer
- Stephen Sutton's legacy: donations to JustGiving page reach £3.5m a day after his death
- Reggie Kray’s wife Frances Shea’s diaries: Drunken abuse, weapons and constant isolation
- Solange ‘attacks’ Jay Z: Beyonce responds to sibling fall-out reports with four-post Instagram spree
- Stephen Sutton: How a teenager touched our hearts – and raised over £3m for charity
- Chris Martin and Alexa Chung: Single Coldplay frontman denies romance with model after provocative milkshake incident
- Justin Bieber accused of attempted robbery after delving into woman’s bag and taking her phone
- Solange 'attacks' Jay Z in a lift: Pair seen shopping for jewellery, as more rumours circulate over that lift conversation
- Malik Bendjelloul: Searching for Sugar Man director dies aged 36
- Mice crippled with MS are made to walk again with breakthrough cure
- National Geographic's Genographic Project is helping people to trace their family tree back 60,000 years to the Neanderthals
- World's oldest sperm discovered: 17-million-year-old cell is longer than its creator
- Incredible Nasa footage shows a 'hole in the Sun' that's bigger than Jupiter
- How to live longer: Find your purpose in life
- Dick Douglas: Truculent politician who started out as Labour's 'Hammer of the Nats' before switching sides and joining the SNP
- Charles Marowitz: Iconoclastic director who founded the Open Space Theatre and kick-started the careers of many fine actors and writers
- Stephen Sutton: Inspirational teenager who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 15 and went on to raise millions for charity
- Eli Woods: Comedian and actor who was a star of music hall with Jimmy James and excelled as Les Dawson's stooge
- Malik Bendjelloul: Director who won Sweden's first Oscar for 30 years, and a Bafta, for his documentary 'Searching For Sugar Man'
- Jock Davidson: Footballer who overcame three leg-breaks early in his career to become a bulwark of Hull City's defence
- Ingeborg Wells: Actress and singer who was a star in Hitler's Germany before continuing her career in postwar Britain
- HR Giger: Artist hailed for his surrealistic creatures in nightmare landscapes who won an Oscar for his work on 'Alien'
- Antony Hopkins: Composer and broadcaster whose engaging delivery made 'Talking About Music' a success for 36 years
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- European elections 2014: Nerves all round, but Nick Clegg has most to fear
- Cats are for life, not just life-saving situations
- Cups of boiling water and a spoon of tomato puree: Here's what you can learn by living on £1 a day
- With immigration and jobs, it pays to always stick to the facts
- Dave's ‘24 Hours to Go Broke’ is dangerously irresponsible
- La Perla removes mannequin with protruding ribs: if beauty comes in all sizes, why does fashion force-feed us skinny?
- Bribes can never be unavoidable costs
- Now at last Lib Dem ministers can say what they really think of their Tory bosses
- It's surprising that the UK didn’t top the most boozy nations chart - we Brits seem to rely on it
- Mark Steel: With no Bulgarians or Romanians, who can Ukip blame now?
- AstraZeneca, please say hello to Pfizer
- It doesn't matter if children call teachers ‘Miss’ and ‘Sir’ at school
- Jack Bauer has changed the way we think about torture
- If you’ve committed a serious crime, or even a gaffe, then the proof should remain on Google. This ruling is a licence for censorship
- Hollywood protest at Sultan has heart in right place
- Running into an early grave? So what? I run to feel smug - not healthy
- PMQs: Why didn't Miliband probe Cameron on the NHS? Waffling on about Pfizer won't help the polls
- RIP Stephen Sutton – an inspirational teenager, who harnessed the very best of his generation
- Our tax money is not for the creation of party spin
- Women can abuse women too
- Does Thailand’s democracy have a future?
- i Editor's Letter: In "losing his fight with cancer", Stephen Sutton still found a way to win
- i Editor's Letter: Claudia Lawrence's colleague arrested on suspicion of murder
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- County players warned after new match-fixing allegations
- Stephen Brenkley: Lou Vincent's dirty secrets could clean up the game
- New Zealand Cricket confirm Auckland Aces matches in the 2012 Champions Trophy are being investigated by the ICC after match-fixing allegations
- Riki Wessels puts foot down to add to sluggish Northants' agony
- County Championship round-up: Graeme Smith's maiden century guides Surrey to victory
- What a racket: How the latest technological innovation is giving Rafael Nadal an advantage on court
- Rome Masters 2014: Andy Murray avoids birthday jinx but Roger Federer’s party finishes early
- Rome Masters 2014: Andy Murray defeats Jurgen Melzer to progress to quarter-finals on his 27th birthday
- Rome Masters 2014: Rafael Nadal forced to dig deep as Giles Simon takes the world number one all the way before Spaniard progresses to third round
- Judy Murray wants more women to come through the ranks in Great Britain if they are to be considered a 'strong tennis nation'
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- Google chief Eric Schmidt says 'right to be forgotten' ruling has got the balance 'wrong'
- Skylanders and Disney Infinity: How a new breed of video game is blurring the line between the physical and the digital
- HTC launches One M8 Mini 2 with toned-down specs but the same premium build
- First mandatory smartphone 'kill switch' law passed in the US
- US Navy creates ultra-secure e-reader for reading Jane Austen in a submarine
- Google Glass on sale to "anyone" in the US
- Microsoft drops Kinect from Xbox One to match Sony's PS4 on price
- From Land's End to John O'Groats: Google Maps adds UK-wide public transport data
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Of course, teenage girls need role models – but not like beauty vlogger Zoella
Cameron is warned 'no possibility' of UK reducing immigration and that bid to bring in quota on migrant workers would be illegal
Support for EU membership 'at highest level since 1991' with most Brits wanting to stay 'in'
Thousands with degenerative conditions classified as 'fit to work in future' – despite no possibility of improvement
Attacks on 'Ukip Calypso' show how skewed people’s priorities are
Poppy Appeal 2014: This is why I won't be wearing a red poppy this year
- 1 Revolutionary lost Caravaggio painting 'Mary Magdalen in Ecstasy' identified
- 2 McKamey Manor: This 'extreme' haunted house is the stuff of nightmares
- 3 Russell Brand says he will 'probably' give up acting to focus on his revolution
- 4 Watch what happened when food critics were unknowingly served McDonald's
- 5 David Beckham's Haig Club whisky is exactly what’s wrong with the Highlands