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Saturday, 7 June 2014
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- Tatyana Samoilova obituary: Star of ‘The Cranes are Flying’, which won the Palme d’Or at Cannes and changed perceptions of the Soviet Union
- Yuri Kochiyama obituary: Civil rights activist who won reparations for wartime internees and who was with Malcolm X when he died
- Professor Lorna Casselton obituary: Internationally renowned biologist who did much to elucidate the genetic basis of fungal mating
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- Aderonke Apata deportation case: 'If the Home Office doesn’t believe I’m gay, I’ll send them a video that proves it'
- Supreme Court to rule on status of Sikh 'saint'
- Minimum wage underpayers ‘named and shamed’ – but exposed businesses account for less than 1 per cent of the problem
- Paddy Power World Cup rainforest stunt was faked ‘to raise awareness of deforestation’
- Gareth Huntley: Backpacker's 'throat was slit', locals claim
- Boy, 10, killed in Co Antrim slurry accident
- 'Homeless spikes' outside London flats spark outrage on Twitter
- D-Day 70th anniversary: Veteran Bernard Jordan arrives back in UK
- Gareth Huntley search: Police confirm body found in Malaysia is that of missing Briton
- Exaggerated whiplash claims to be thrown out of court in Government crackdown
- D-Day 70th anniversary: Veteran who disappeared from care home to attend Normandy commemorations on his way home
- Senior Tories await David Cameron's 'ruthless reshuffle'
- Michael Gove forced to apologise to Theresa May after feud over Islamic extremism schools row
- PMQs: Sky News chief John Ryley wants to revamp Prime Minister's Questions for iPhone generation
- Scottish independence: 'Yes' vote could scupper nuclear clean-up
- Nick Clegg is ‘dead in the water’ and should be sacked, says senior Lib Dem peer Lord Smith
- EU Presidency: David Cameron in last-ditch bid to block Jean-Claude Juncker
- Scottish independence: Alex Salmond says David Cameron is running scared over referendum as Andy Murray slams Saltire stunt
- Trojan Horse row: Theresa May ‘breached ministerial code’ in Michael Gove feud over extremism in Birmingham schools
- 'Lib Dems are the toughest party in politics': Leader Nick Clegg rouses faithful after election setbacks
- Former Ukip leader Lord Pearson demands more seats for the party in Lords
- Tories consider election manifesto pledge to end illiteracy within a generation
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- Jean-Marie Le Pen embarrasses daughter Marine with anti-semitic jibe on Front National website
- Who will be the next leader of Europe?
- Welcome to Berlin's House of One – a church, synagogue and mosque
- Presidents of Israel and Palestine attend prayer meeting at the Vatican
- 'I do not want my son to wither waiting like Prince Charles': Spain's King abdicated to avoid son growing old like Prince of Wales
- Petro Poroshenko sworn in: 'Ukraine will not give up on Crimea,' says new leader
- Bowe Bergdahl: US soldier held by Taliban says he was tortured and caged after escape attempt
- Rare Stradivarius violin hidden in reclusive heiress' closet for 25 years could fetch $10M at auction
- Texas Republicans back gay conversion therapy in new vote
- Olympic Games 2016: Sailing venue with floating corpses, dead dogs and toxic waste 'won't be cleaned in time', warn Rio bosses
- World Cup 2014: How to be a Brazilian
- Walmart heirs under fire over 'phony' charity
- Exclusive: Navy Seal hero says 'frustrated' soldiers do abuse prisoners
- Over 1,000 migrant children sent to Arizona from Mexico border because 'detention centres full'
- Seattle Pacific University shooting: Gunman says he "wanted to kill many more"
- World Cup 2014: Police use rubber bullets and tear gas as Sao Paulo underground strike enters third day
- Slender Man: Stabbing victim released from Wisconsin hospital
- Karachi airport attack: Taliban 'trying to hijack plane' in assault that left dozens dead
- At least 80 killed in flash flood in remote north of Afghanistan
- Taj Mahal to get mud-pack 'beauty treatment'
- Indian state minister Ramsevak Paikra says rapes happen 'accidentally'
- Oil rig worker fired after claiming to have seen burning MH370 plane crash
- MH370 search: Families of missing passengers launch $5m reward to tempt whistleblower to expose ‘cover-up’
- Chinese toddler seen smoking in street
- Thailand unrest: Get happy, army tells citizens
- Altaf Hussain: Pakistan MQM leader released after arrest
- Never-before-seen photos of Tiananmen Square in the lead-up to the massacre
- How the ancient Egyptian art of belly dancing is suffering a wobble in popularity
- Exclusive: As the Democratic Republic of Congo suffers another day of bloodshed, its soldiers talk with astonishing candour of their own brutality
- Egypt election: Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is sworn in as President
- Apostasy woman Meriam Ibrahim: Appeal hearings begin as release hopes dashed
- Democratic Republic of Congo: 37 die in ethnically motivated massacre
- Sailors escape Somali pirates after being held hostage for nearly four years
- Egyptian court sentences 10 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death
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- Vivienne Westwood on fashion and fracking: ‘Who are the people who run the world? I’ll tell you...’
- Ben Saunders has trekked to both North and South Poles - but what does he do on his summer holiday?
- How We Met: Kieran Evans & Huw Stephens - 'It was a euphoric moment seeing him punching the air with delight to Design for Life'
- Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: The British model on Mad Max, visiting Cambodia for Unicef, and why breakfast has to be green
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- Exclusive: Art teacher who headbutted pupil prohibited from teaching five years after accepting caution over school incident
- Universities are 'not just for getting a job,' says one of Britain's leading academics
- Unmasked: Gove attack dog Dominic Cummings who turned schools into a war zone
- Trojan Horse row Q&A: What is the 'Muslim plot' all about – and why is it so important?
- 'Gross negligence': Tristram Hunt challenges Gove's handling of Trojan Horse schools crisis
- Michael Gove promises to push on with controversial school reforms
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- Religion is no reason to let the ill-qualified become teachers
- Once we were citizens, now we are consumers. The BBC no longer knows its audience
- Does the result in Newark confirm Ed Miliband as a Neil Kinnock?
- Grace Dent on TV: Why wouldn’t a cat start lobbying for John West tuna chunks at 4am?
- The ECB brandishes a feather duster instead of a bazooka as it goes into battle for the euro
- “Reward MH370”: We need to have faith in those who govern
- An audience with ‘the Tiger’ – Bashar al-Assad’s favourite soldier
- If you want to stop extremism in UK schools, try a little understanding first.
- The ‘D-Day rascal’ lets us indulge a modern pastime – patronising the old
- The Only Way is Ethics
- The 'anti-homeless spikes' are just one part of a bleak tale for rough sleepers
- In the war on terrorism, only al-Qa'ida thrives
- Is Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl's release a success story – or a scandal?
- We want Bernard's D-Day story, not my uncle Frank's
- Gordon Brown's moral courage
- Looking for my Dad on the D-Day beaches
- It seems that some national caricatures are allowable... if they're complimentary
- Tomorrow's jobs are much like today's – except for one thing...
- Let's hear it for bookshops
- My GCSE triumph, or how Michael Gove got it right
- i Editor's Letter: We owe much to the heroic men of Normandy
- Middle Class Problems: Why are British homeowners obsessed with plantation shutters?
- DJ Taylor: The neutral observer might assume Darren is a management consultant - but the memo states he's an 'upshifting technocrat'
- Tim Key: 'What does it take to get a drink round here? Gurning's getting me nowhere...'
- Charlotte Philby's Parental Leave: It's important not to shelter children from the realities of life, I decide
- Alison Taylor: I'm more 'You've Been Framed!' than 'You and Your Wedding'. It's more honest
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- US Open 2014: Matt Fitzpatrick - ‘They thought that I was just some kid fetching practice balls for Tiger’
- US Open 2014: Jason Millard disqualified from competing at Pinehurst for belatedly calling a penalty on himself, admitting 'I couldn't find peace about it'
- US Open 2014: Phil Mickelson looks back on track despite distractions
- F1 Canadian Grand Prix: Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo stuns Mercedes to claim first GP victory
- Canadian GP qualifying: Nico Rosberg beats his ‘friend’ Lewis Hamilton again
- F1 Canadian Grand Prix: Organisers confirm agreement that will see Montreal remain on the Formula One calendar for the next 10 years
- F1 Canadian Grand Prix: Christian Horner maintains belief that Red Bull can hunt down runaway leaders Mercedes
- Andy Murray confirms appointment of Amélie Mauresmo following split with Ivan Lendl
- French Open 2014: Novak Djokovic believing in miracles ahead of final
- French Open women's final 2014: Maria Sharapova topples Simona Halep in 'toughest' final she's ever played
- French Open 2014: Maria Sharapova focus turns from Paris victory to Wimbledon
- French Open final 2014: It’s five in a row now for Rafael Nadal, still king of France...
- Maria Sharapova celebrates French Open win with Eiffel Tower photo shoot
- Amelie Mauresmo looking forward to challenge of helping Andy Murray retain his Wimbledon crown rather than breaking the mould of coaching a male player
- French Open 2014: Andy Murray sets Wimbledon sights on Rafael Nadal after his humbling in Paris
- French Open final 2014: Rafael Nadal bids to win title five times in a row but must overcome his fierce rival Novak Djokovic who continues his hunt for maiden French title
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- World Cup 2022 special report: No legal action for Qatar if Fifa strips country of tournament
- World Cup 2014: Inside the head of Mario Balotelli
- World Cup 2014: Spain chase the 'impossible' dream of a fourth successive title
- World Cup 2014: 'I know if I make one slip Balotelli can win the game,' says Gary Cahill
- World Cup 2014: Uruguay so proud to be masters of dark arts
- World Cup 2014: Roy Hodgson pleased that players have shown they can deal with extreme provocation
- World Cup 2014: Louis Van Gaal plays down Dutch hopes – and that is just the way he likes it
- World Cup 2014: Chelsea and Brazil midfielder Oscar reveals the legacy of 1950
- World Cup 2014: David Beckham faces battle for stadium plan but backs England to shine
- World Cup 2014: England arrive in Rio de Janeiro as Roy Hodgson plays down warm-up draws against Ecuador and Honduras
- World Cup 2014 Video: England's preparations have been good, but their World Cup starts now after they arrive in Brazil
- Qatar 2022: Fifa under pressure as 'strongest partner' Adidas issue statement on World Cup corruption
- World Cup 2014: Ray Lewington had to undergo knee surgery just hours before England's goalless draw with Honduras
- World Cup 2014: Cameroon players miss the plane in payments dispute
- World Cup 2014: Wayne Rooney 'ready to go' as England striker prepares for his third World Cup having regained his fitness after injury
- World Cup 2014: David Beckham believes the kids will be alright as he tips young England squad to come through World Cup group
- World Cup 2014: Rio Ferdinand believes 'under-appreciated' Michael Carrick deserves to be in Brazil as he is the 'best holding midfielder in England'
- World Cup 2014: Raheem Sterling can be England's secret weapon in Brazil, says Glen Johnson
- Qatar 2022: Fifa partner Sony calls on governing body to investigate World Cup corruption claims
- England 0 Honduras 0: Honduras tackling was 'horrific', claims Steven Gerrard as England held to draw in storm-delayed World Cup warm-up
- World Cup 2014: Ross Barkley presses his claim as Adam Lallana misses a trick
- England v Honduras: World Cup warm-up sees sparks fly as electrical storm halts friendly – and storm clouds gather for Hodgson
- World Cup 2014: Brazil's build-up to tournament hit by strikes and unrest
- World Cup 2014: Brazil prepares for 'most heavily policed' tournament ever
- World Cup 2014: Italy are used to the conditions in Manaus, Gianluca Vialli warns England
- World Cup 2014: 20 oddballs to juggle with
- World Cup 2014: Neymar happy to shoulder Brazil's great expectations
- England v Honduras suspended due to electrical thunderstorm over Sun Life Stadium in Miami
- England v Honduras team news: Roy Hodgson names strong side for final World Cup warm-up match as he makes 10 changes with only Wayne Rooney retaining his place
- World Cup warm-up: England v Honduras - LIVE
- World Cup 2014: Nottingham Forest's manager-in-waiting Stuart Pearce heads to Brazil with part of him believing he should be nearer to the dug-out than the press box
- World Cup 2014: Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin 'can't believe' France call-up as he's drafted in to replace injured Franck Ribery
- World Cup 2014: Portugal given boost as Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training to dampen fears he could miss Brazil 2014 through injury
- World Cup 2014: Marco Reus RULED OUT of World Cup after suffering torn ankle ligament in Germany's 6-1 victory over Armenia
- World Cup 2014: Paolo Di Canio warns 'cooked' England that Italy have the edge because players like Wayne Rooney are 'tired'
- World Cup 2014: England expects - what always happens to the Three Lions at World Cups
- World Cup 2014: Marco Reus ruled out of Germany team but Cristiano Ronaldo recovers
- I'm gonna be in that number (maybe): For one Saints fan, loyalty has its limits
- Patrick Barclay: Good luck, old friend – the road from Malmo to Manaus is long
- Argentina players’ Falklands protest sparks anger ahead of World Cup warm-up friendly against Slovenia
- Pard View: England must attack – but where is John Terry?
- World Cup 2014: Anger is Spain over 'disproportionate' bonuses for players
- The Last Word: Soccer takes on the USA
- Video: David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Gareth Bale star in new Adidas advert
- Romelu Lukaku transfer news: Lukaku admits he may have to leave Chelsea if they confirm expected signing of Diego Costa
- Manchester United transfer news: Paul Pogba would cost £60million to buy back - reports
- Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger wants Mario Balotelli and Loic Remy, according to reports
- Diego Costa transfer latest: Striker says 'it looks like' he will be a Chelsea player next season
- Manchester United transfer news: Louis van Gaal targets Mats Hummels, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Muller
- Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger eyeing move for Iker Casillas to fill goalkeeper void - reports
- Diego Costa latest: Chelsea eager to push through deal among fears that Atletico Madrid are dragging their feet
- QPR transfer news: Yossie Benayoun leaves Queens Park Rangers to head back home as he joins Maccabi Haifa
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- The clothes are important, not the logo
- World Cup 2014: Get your kit on in style
- Fashion class act: The joy of Graduate Fashion Week is under threat from student debt
- Style shrinks: Our experts analyse Lupita Nyong'o's 'restrained and elegant' summer look
- The best men's accessories for a perfect summer's day
- How to get the look: Mismatched earrings
- The best make-up for brides: The big beauty brands have everything covered
- Kate Moss's John Galliano gown takes centre stage at the V&A's new show Wedding Dresses
- Anatomy of a wedding dress: The Great Gatsby by John Galliano for Kate Moss's 2011 wedding
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- Wanderjahre, a Reporter’s Journey in a Mad World review: Alpha-male’s globetrotting tales turn into an ego-trip
- The Hunter And Other Stories By Dashiell Hammett; book review
- The Unwitting By Ellen Feldman; book review
- Mr Mercedes By Stephen King; book review
- I Am China By Xiaolu Guo; book review
- Thunderstruck and other stories by Elizabeth McCracken; book review
- The hot list: Our experts take their pick of the season's beach books and party music
- Javier Cercas interview: Picking over the wounds of Spain’s recent past
- The Diarists: This week in history
- The Novel Cure: Literary prescription for over-eating
- The Saturday Miscellany: How to always be right; Ian Williams' bookshelf; Almondella; Bailey Nelson London; Thailand: The Cookbook
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- Scoring the winner at the World Cup 2014: Which of the qualifying countries look the most appealing to investors?
- Mark Dampier: Neil Woodford's fund may be new, but he has a great track record
- Money Insider: MBNA's new "Low Rate" credit card offers overdraft relief
- Five Questions On: CDC pension schemes
- Bargain Hunter: How to save money on train journeys, good music and a little fun
- Derek Pain: Not easy being green with TEG, but I'm bowled over by Essenden
- Simon Read: Don't fall prey to courier tricksters
- Questions of Cash: My elderly mother's move to a flat has been a nightmare
- Are you due an energy supplier refund?
- Donald MacInnes: Why my conscience is priceless...I'm too scared to take a bribe
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More Britons believe that multiculturalism makes the country worse - not better, says poll
Osborne to cap family benefits at £23,000 – announced ahead of his post-election Budget
Nathan Collier: Montana man inspired by same-sex marriage ruling requests right to wed two wives
Sickness and disability benefits could be reduced by £30 a week as part of £12bn welfare cuts
Greece debt crisis: Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande issue Athens with 24-hour ultimatum to avoid crashing out of the euro
Greece crisis: Referendum exposes a gaping hole at the heart of the European Union – its lack of genuine legitimacy
- 1 Man who was struck and killed by lightning in Brecon Beacons 'was carrying a selfie stick'
- 2 Lisa Randolph-Gant: Queen Elsa cake maker says she will carry on baking and will not let people 'break her spirit'
- 3 Tube strike: This pedestrian-friendly map tells you time it takes to walk between stations
- 4 Pamplona Running of the Bulls 2015: Three men gored and 10 hospitalised on first day of festival
- 5 Sarah Jessica Parker explains why she is not a feminist: 'It's not just about women now'