Day In a Page
Thursday, 8 March 2001
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- 'One in 10 Britons living in Third World conditions'
- The Budget: We have made our choice: stability, more investment, and tax cuts we can afford
- The Budget: Rules eased for employees with company shares
- The Budget: £220m to boost new anti-drugs initiatives
- The Budget: Lower rates for churches and community sport
- The Budget: Backbench Reaction
- The Budget: Maternity pay and leave rights are extended to cover adoptive parents
- The Budget: Extra bonuses for returning teachers, and £200m to repair crumbling schools
- The Budget: Summary
- The Budget: Draft Bill to cover intellectual property, goodwill and intangible assets
- HOW BRITAIN HAS FARED UNDER LABOUR
- The Budget: Pension reforms are promised. But when?
- Anne McElvoy: Chancellor's tax credit is the love child of a low-income family
- The Budget: Extension of 10p tax bracket will cost £1bn
- The Budget: 'UK will not follow sharp US slow-down'
- The Budget: Tax on sand and gravel 'will raise cost of building projects'
- Simon Carr: Don't even think about picking a fight with him. The man's a monster
- The Budget: Big business welcomes 'new spirit' of dialogue over tax
- The Budget: Tax credits for R&D tempt big companies to concentrate on innovation
- Clive Aslet: Little sympathy for the suffering of rural Britain
- The Budget: Drinkers aren't complaining, and smokers won't choke on 6p a packet
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Dresden riots: Protesters in Germany attack refugee buses shouting 'foreigners out'
France train shooting: US soldiers speak of the moment they stopped gunman and 'beat him until he was unconscious'
Labour leadership: Jeremy Corbyn accused of 'deluding' young supporters with 'claptrap'
'Women only' train carriages: Jeremy Corbyn unveils radical move to tackle public harassment
Black holes are a passage to another universe, says Stephen Hawking
Iain Duncan Smith calls for urgent ESA overhaul as part of drive to cut down welfare costs
- 1 Video of Irish 'professional boxer' fighting Istanbul neighbourhood goes viral in Turkey
- 2 Novel Scarlett Johansson tried to ban, Grégoire Delacourt’s The First Thing You See, to be published in UK
- 3 A pint of water every day is the key to losing weight, scientists say
- 4 Russia 'accidentally reveals' number of its soldiers killed in eastern Ukraine
- 5 Carol Vorderman reveals she is 'covered in burns' after she fell off her treadmill while running naked