Day In a Page
Sunday, 29 June 2014
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- Omar Bakri Muhammad: Islamist leader seeks return to UK, after being banned in wake of 7/7 praise
- Serbia 'to recruit' Lord Peter Mandelson to help country achieve EU membership - he's 'cheaper than Tony Blair'
- 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
- David Cameron's party was less Cool Britannia and more Game of Thrones
- Robert Downey Jr’s son Indio arrested for cocaine possession
- Rolf Harris guilty: The damning letter that sealed his fate
- Chris Rock on Donald Sterling racism: 'The first black person he ever met he got for Christmas'
- Gerard Depardieu fails to turn up to his own film premiere at Edinburgh Festival after enjoying pub session
- Designing Women and Mannequin actor Meshach Taylor dies of cancer aged 67
- Dermot Healy dead: Irish poet and author dies aged 66
- Nicki Minaj nearly died last week but didn’t call an ambulance in case the recording ended up on TMZ
- Emma Watson faces immigration probe over claims housekeeper worked in UK illegally
- Iman on David Bowie: ‘I didn't want to get into a relationship with somebody like him’
- Shia LaBeouf arrested: Liza Minnelli’s rep sent a DVD of Cabaret to the actor as a gift following theatre bust
- Georgia May Jagger’s Just Cavalli campaign offends Sufi Muslims who claim it ‘desecrates’ one of its holy symbols
- 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
- Nasa 'flying saucer' hoped to deliver astronauts to Mars splashes back down to earth
- Future soldiers could be protected against germ warfare by genetically modified blood cells
- Yes, you can learn a foreign language in your sleep, say Swiss psychologists
- Children 'at greater risk of mental illness' if born to women with fertility problems, research claims
- One of the most Earth-like planets in the galaxy has been discovered 'a stone's throw away'
- Howard Baker: US Senate leader and Chief of Staff whose moderate brand of Republicanism is today a vanishing force
- John Rowe Townsend: Editor and prolific author who championed children’s literature and became a leading figure in its postwar revival
- Bobby Womack: Singer and songwriter whose five-decade career included work with the Rolling Stones and Gorillaz
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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
- Grace Dent: My Top 10 World Cup People
- Nature Studies: Marvel at the mayfly hatch – one of Britain’s natural wonders
- Nothing Cameron could have done would have changed outcome in Europe
- Virginia Ironside's dilemmas: Am I wrong for telling my goddaughter about her mother's first marriage?
- Rolf Harris guilty: A very ordinary tale of a bleak abuse of male power over young girls
- Iraq crisis: What does the Isis caliphate mean for global jihadism?
- Ed Balls's Jedi speech: reality strikes back
- Lana Del Rey: The latest powerful woman that we want to see as just another toy
- In the face of the Iraq crisis, do not forget the Central African Republic
- In sickness and in health: Who am I to go to pieces? I have to stand up and fight
- The morning catch-up: a Battlebus poll, a surprising secrecy advocate and a majestic gaffe
- 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?
- Iraq crisis: John Kerry's search for moderates is five years late
- If King Canute had a roads policy... North Carolina's Highway 12 is at the centre of a ferocious and politically charged dispute
- Sorry, but we shouldn't apologise to a bully
- Values for our money: Riled by the Royals on tour
- On the attack: American takes a bite out of 'soccer' with an ugly take on the beautiful game
- Wrong again Jeremy: Paxman proves that there's no fool like an old fool
- Just call me the Phil Neville of the printed word
- Forget the politics of leaving Europe. What is the economic case?
- Let's love all those tennis racquets languishing in the attic
- Egypt's brutality exemplifies the contortions of confused Western foreign policy
- Letter from the Deputy Editor: Damage limitation exercises for Mr. Cameron
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- Goodwood Festival of Speed 2014: Sebastian Loeb takes the spoils of quickest run of the weekend but misses out on Nick Heidfeld's 15-year record
- F1 British Grand Prix 2014: Jenson Button gets warning from Ron Dennis that he 'must try harder' in battle with McLaren team-mate Kevin Magnussen
- F1 British Grand Prix 2014: 'I'm gunning for Silverstone,' says Lewis Hamilton
- Goodwood Festival of Speed video: Olympic champion Chris Hoy crashes Nissan GT-R during Saturday shootout
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- Facebook manipulated users' moods in secret experiment
- Google finally kills its social network (no, not that one - say goodbye to Orkut)
- Fed up with Facebook? Tired of Twitter? Emojli is the 'world's first emoji-only social network'
- Hyper-localized spotlight heaters track you round the room like 'a personal sun'
- Foxconn blames employee suicides on 'personal problems' - boasts about 24hr robot factories
- Facebook defends secretly manipulating users: Experiments 'improved service'
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- Glastonbury 2014: Dolly Parton's set 'biggest attraction since Rolling Stones'
- Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend announce The Who 'goodbye' UK tour
- Glastonbury 2014: Dolly Parton denies miming during Pyramid Stage set
- BET Awards 2014: Pharrell Williams wins Best Artist and Best Video
- 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
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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
Sorry Judy Finnigan – Ched Evans is no less sickening than an alleyway rapist
Residents should throw a street party and mix with immigrant neighbours, councils told
Workers 'could be forced to pay £5 a week' to get benefits
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'
- 1 Sick elderly man makes 'complete turnaround' after emotional reunion with dog
- 2 Star Wars memorabilia dubbed 'bit of plastic' by Antiques Roadshow's Fiona Bruce valued at £50,000
- 3 Isis fighters 'crucify' 17-year-old boy in Syria
- 4 Ebola cruise ship ‘in utter panic’ as Mexico and Belize refuse to let it dock
- 5 Death of northern white rhino leaves just six of endangered animals left in the world