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AIDS research has long concentrated on treatment rather than cure. But, as the Independent explains, one man has given hope that a cure may be possible.
The BBC explores why newspapers have, by and large, given up outing gay politicians.
How far can you take £100? Five Guardian writers are given one hundred quid each, and see what they can turn it into using their knowledge and contacts.
The legendary Cassette Boy presents Boris Johnson’s Olympic welcome to London.