At this stage of any cricket tour, all anybody wants to do is go home. Of nobody is this truer in the United Arab Emirates at present than the "home" side. Pakistan have been away for too long and it is beginning to show.
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Saturday 29 March 1997
To know Him is to love Him - but first you must find Him. Photographs by Steve Pyke
Tuesday 23 January 1996
Disputes in education: Protest over schools' teaching of faith 9 Labour attack on nursery vouchers derailed in Commons
Tuesday 23 January 1996
Wednesday 06 December 1995
The struggle for publicly funded Islamic schools has been long and bitter. They were among the first demands of self-consciously Muslim politicians, and they have been one that the British Establishment has been most reluctant to concede. Fear of an alien ideology inculcated at taxpayers' expense has been a powerful motive. Other fears have included the idea that girls would be disadvantaged in an Islamic system.
Monday 27 February 1995
Sunday 26 February 1995
"COME and watch exciting cricket. England A v Bangladesh at the National Stadium", proclaims a billboard at one of Dhaka's chaotic roundabouts, where traffic policemen try to prevent a swarm of rickshaws from ending in a mess of metal. The cricket may have been exciting for the Bangladeshis, but for England it is a game too far, though Nick Knight's 65 introduced a welcome measure of resistance.
Tuesday 21 February 1995
England A 203-8
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