Day In a Page
Sunday, 4 May 2014
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- Duncan Bannatyne: A fire-breathing Dragon who never seems to come out of character
- Simon Rogan: 'If you want to be the best... there will be casualties'
- Did James Packer and David Gyngell, heavyweight Australian businessmen, square up over Miranda Kerr?
- Michael Alig released from prison: Infamous Club Kids ‘Party Monster’ convicted of murdering and dismembering roommate freed
- Hayden Panettiere and Wladimir Klitschko put wedding on hold due to civil unrest in Ukraine
- Dennis Rodman: 'Kim Jong-un did not have his uncle and ex-girlfriend executed'
- Chris Tarrant on suffering stroke: ‘I tried to call my wife because I thought I was going to die'
- Stephen Sutton: Teenage cancer sufferer responds to claims he 'duped' fundraisers with sudden recovery
- Jeremy Clarkson racism: Top Gear presenter’s week of hell continues with rumours Frances, his wife of 21 years, is divorcing him
- Peaches Geldof’s sister Fifi Trixibelle engaged: PR executive announces plans to marry busker days after Sir Bob Geldof’s engagement
- Prince Charles gatecrashes wedding - while wearing an army uniform
- Chris Brown to spend at least another week behind bars
- The age of Anthropocene: Was 1950 the year human activity began to leave an indelible mark on the geology of Earth?
- East Antarctica melt could cause a global coastal destruction
- Asteroid the size of a bus hurtles past Earth
- Vampire therapy: young blood may reverse ageing
- IVF improvements could result in designer babies, Lord Winston warns
- Patric Standford: Versatile composer who combined classical work with film and TV scores – and 'ghosting' a concerto for Rod McKuen
- DJ E-Z Rock: Producer and rapper who teamed up with rapper Rob Base to make the 1988 party anthem "It Takes Two"
- Dragana Vilinac: Medical herbalist who spent 14 years with Neal's Yard and worked with the United Nations in Afghanistan
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- Nigerian kidnapped schoolgirls: The world's media have failed in their response to the kidnap of 200 girls
- Chuka Umunna, the heir to Mandeltine and Heselson
- A film of 'Dad's Army' a remake too far? Permission to ponder, Sir!
- Crossing the Ukraine border makes little sense for Vladimir Putin's troops
- The spectre of Wordsworth shouldn't stop us building on the green belt
- Nature Studies: Isn’t it time the BBC broadcast the song of the nightingale again?
- Despite appearances, it’s Miliband, not Farage, who’s breaking with tradition and upsetting the status quo
- Virginia Ironside's dilemmas: I can't deal with my neighbour's problems
- Grace Dent: Cressida's better off without the pressure that comes with dating a prince
- Grace Dent: If Morrisons understands the region so well, what the hell is it doing despoiling Antony Gormley’s ‘Angel of the North’?
- Let’s concentrate on bigger battles than Clarkson
- Max Clifford played a crucial role in the conviction of Jonathan King. Now the roles have been reversed
- The UK’s infant mortality rate is a national scandal – and yet the country shows no sign of caring
- In sickness and in health: Seen through my in-laws’ eyes I love our home even more
- The booming Fifties: It's time to change the conversation about this overlooked age group
- Should Britain have joined World War One? Keep these points in mind during the argument
- Spain is inviting back Jews expelled from the country in the 16th Century. But don't mention the Muslims
- Putin is turning both left and right-wingers into apologists for despotism
- Warned over and again, Mr Gove still seems intent on making learning a misery for millions of children
- The boomtown that is Washington DC goes back to the future
- Foreign jihadis in Syria pledge their own 9/11
- Economic recovery means things are moving back to normal – but a very different normal
- Jeremy Clarkson: What kind of idiot is he?
- Where is the anger over Syria? When the timing and context are wrong
- You need Ferrari eyewear in Abu Dhabi's Bling Central
- DJ Taylor: Why do extreme commuters do it? It's all down to the rural lifestyle...
- The parliamentary sleaze watchdog is a lumbering beast
- As Max Clifford has found: live by the detail, die by the detail
- i Editor's Letter: A model of conflict resolution
- A farewell to arms? When technology gets lost in translation
- A minister must deal in facts
- The response to Boko Haram must be internally led
- The increasing divisions between young and old – both political and economic – bode ill for UK democracy
- The sale of Blencathra mountain may start a trend
- As Ukraine’s agony intensifies, the temptation to walk away from an insoluble-looking conflict must be resisted
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- Elena Baltacha dead: Former British No1 tennis player dies of liver cancer aged 30 – just two months after revealing condition
- Elena Baltacha dead: Factfile of the former British number one
- Elena Baltacha dead: Tributes pour in for tennis star who has died of liver cancer, aged 30
- Elena Baltacha dead: 'Rally for Bally' fundraiser to go ahead as Ross Hutchins pays tribute
- Elena Baltacha dies of liver cancer at the age of 30
- John McEnroe has 'a lot to offer' says coachless Andy Murray
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The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: The dictator in his labyrinth
Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
Putin is 'thuggish, dishonest and reckless', says British ambassador to US
Were 'Poor Doors' added to mixed developments so wealthy residents don't have to go in alongside social housing tenants?
A new Russian revolution: The cracks are starting to appear in Putin’s Kremlin power bloc
- 1 Woman and two children killed by mob in riots over 'blasphemous' Facebook post in Pakistan
- 2 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 3 Is Ebola coming to Britain? UK health officials issue warning to doctors as outbreak fears grow
- 4 Richard Dawkins says 'date rape is bad, stranger rape is worse' on Twitter
- 5 Danish TV reporter is all business up top, all party down below