Day In a Page
Saturday, 28 June 2014
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- Omar Bakri Muhammad: Islamist leader seeks return to UK, after being banned in wake of 7/7 praise
- Hillsborough disaster charity riders have bikes stolen
- RSPCA donations drop by £7m as campaigns fail to find support
- Graham Norton fails to turn up for Radio 2 show — leaving producers scrambling for cover
- 19 year old man stabbed to death in north-west London
- Councils could be forced back to weekly black bin collections
- Prince George looks like a young Winston Churchill, according to Prince Harry
- Glastonbury 2014: Woman 'suffers spinal injury' at festival, airlifted to hospital
- Ozzy Osbourne on the prospect of getting a knighthood: 'I can't imagine anything better'
- Paintings of Nigella Lawson being throttled for sale on Saatchi’s website
- Sir Elton John says Jesus would support gay marriage: 'He was all about love'
- Prince Harry repairs family's TV in Chile so they could watch the World Cup game against Brazil
- Luis Suarez banned: Sir Patrick Stewart says Uruguay and its President 'in absolute denial about what an abhorrent guy he really is'
- Jimmy Savile admitted getting knighthood was 'a relief because it got me off the hook'
- Was JK Rowling Twitter abuse work of British spies?
- Bobby Womack: The sad death of a soul survivor
- Should Maria Sharapova serve sugar? The Sugarpova Candy Lounge near the Wimbledon courts has provoked outrage among nutritionists
- Bobby Womack dies aged 70: Soul legend who influenced Rolling Stones and Damon Albarn
- America Ferrera interview: How Ugly Betty became more than just a pretty face
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- David Cameron's defeat by Jean-Claude Juncker has set Britain up for an EU referendum win
- Festival of finance: Glastonbury, your name is mud
- Jimmy Savile's crimes are rooted in pirate radio
- Events this week could be a foretaste of future failures for David Cameron
- Let’s not forget that Rebekah Brooks was a victim too. Goodness me, yes…
- The only way is ethics: Context is everything if readers are to make an informed judgement
- Explanations for why British Muslims go off to fight ‘holy wars’ are too simplistic
- Go off with your children for term-time holidays? That’s not right - for them or their schools
- The Bank of England thinks the long-term jobless are out of the labour market. They are wrong
- Where are all the female engineers?
- If King Canute had a roads policy... North Carolina's Highway 12 is at the centre of a ferocious and politically charged dispute
- Iraq crisis: John Kerry's search for moderates is five years late
- On the attack: American takes a bite out of 'soccer' with an ugly take on the beautiful game
- Sorry, but we shouldn't apologise to a bully
- Values for our money: Riled by the Royals on tour
- Egypt's brutality exemplifies the contortions of confused Western foreign policy
- Wrong again Jeremy: Paxman proves that there's no fool like an old fool
- Forget the politics of leaving Europe. What is the economic case?
- Let's love all those tennis racquets languishing in the attic
- Just call me the Phil Neville of the printed word
- Letter from the Assistant Editor: Why have we heard so little about Ebola?
- DJ Taylor: Over-demanding parent Cecilia Jaggers is wholly unaware of the havoc she causes
- Charlotte Philby's Parental Leave: When I'm bigger I'm going to be a boy,' says my three-year-old daughter
- Alison Taylor on relationships: 'Probably the most deviant thing I've done at a festival is go off-site with the guy I met'
- Middle-Class Problems: There are always a few narcissistic renegades at a school reunion
- Tim Key: 'There's a magic about my waitress. Or is she just on to me?'
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- Tour de France 2014: Chris Froome can win the race again, says Miguel Indurain
- Tour de France 2014: How a determined sheep farmer stole the Grand Départ from Scotland - and left the government fuming
- Tour de France 2014: ‘You can lose this race at the start on those hard Yorkshire climbs,’ says Britain's first Tour winner
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- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica’s Lars Ulrich, Noel Gallagher and Bradley Cooper form unholy trinity backstage
- Glastonbury 2015 line-up: Iron Maiden bookies' favourites to headline as odds slashed for AC/DC
- Glastonbury 2014: Dolly Parton defended by Stephen Fry as fans accuse singer of miming
- Glastonbury 2014: Ed Balls urges electorate to watch 'brilliant' Dolly Parton set immediately
- Glastonbury 2014: Dolly Parton brings out Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora for surprise duet
- Glastonbury 2015: AC/DC strongly rumoured (by us) to headline next year’s festival
- Glastonbury 2014: Closet Metallica fan Bradley Cooper spotted in front row of band's headlining set
- Glastonbury 2014: The truth behind viral naked hippie picture
- The Bonus Track: Millers Daughter, Luluc, Mat Motte, Jake Isaac, Manic Street Preachers
- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica lauded by audience as Twitter becomes ablaze with positive reactions
- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica laughs at criticism by selling t-shirt emblazoned with comments
- Glastonbury 2014: Second night review - 'Lacklustre' Lana Del Rey fails to put a smile on rain-soaked crowd
- Glastonbury 2014: Lana del Rey makes Worthy Farm debut amid controversy over 'wish I were dead' comments
- Glastonbury 2014: Didn't get a ticket? Here are some pictures to make you feel better
- Glastonbury 2014: Metallica's Lars Ulrich says 'staying sober is biggest downside to headlining'
- Glastonbury 2014 weather: After thunderstorm stopped the music, revellers warned of more lightning and torrential rain expected on Saturday
Travel RSS Feed - click to grab the feed
- From coastal Brazil to Lake Garda: Great getaways
- Tour de France: Travel by numbers
- Alain de Botton: Identify the inner journey before you pack a suitcase
- Michael Palin: 'I just go where the wind blows me'
- Simon Calder: Norwegian's cheap, but Korean's pitch perfect
- Travel challenge: Greek sailing
- Travel agenda: From hostel apps and Italian retreats to an Amsterdam hotel in a former newspaper building
- My life in travel: Andrew Strauss
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Rochester by-election: Ukip gains second MP as Tory defector Mark Reckless holds seat
'Beast of Bolsover' Dennis Skinner takes Ukip MP Mark Reckless to task moments after he is sworn in
Rochester by-election: Labour MP Emily Thornberry resigns after posting white van and England flags tweet
France 'blocks' Russian sailors from boarding a warship
Rochester aftermath: Sacking of Emily Thornberry will make work of Labour MPs '10 times harder'
Revealed: How the world gets rich – from privatising British public services
- 1 To help fuel their propaganda machine against the poor, our government has now decided to redefine the word 'welfare'
- 2 Tower Bridge glass walkway 'smashed' by night-time visitor dropping bottle of beer
- 3 Anti-gay hate preacher accidentally tweets 4,000 followers cartoon clip of him 'confessing' to be a 'homosexual sodomite'
- 4 Woman opens professional cuddling shop – gets 10,000 customers in first week
- 5 Grayson Perry: London needs affordable housing because 'rich people don't create culture'