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Chongjin camp gets 2.8 user rating

Three-minute nuclear warning is now three days

The age of peace: budget cuts reduce Navy's readiness for nuclear strike, while children romp into an old Cruise missile base

Maps of the interior

Intimate Cartographies by LA Alexander (Duck Editions, £14.99, 272pp)

Sailors' aid may shut down

SAILORS AND light aircraft pilots are being warned that their navigation equipment could fail on Saturday night because of a millennium bug-type computer glitch.

A good idea from ... old maps

The modern map seems to become an instrument of humiliation

Letter: Abortion: GPs' duty

Letter: Abortion: GPs' duty

Book review: Gridlocked

Triangulation by Phil Whitaker Phoenix House, pounds 12.99, 272pp

Yes, I walked alone (nearly)

Jonathan Gregson followed his own rules and avoided the rambling hordes on his first visit to the Lake District

Right of Reply: John Chisholm

The chairman of the BMA's committee on general practice replies to Jeremy Laurance's article

Honduras maps its new country

IN TERMS of world attention, last year's Hurricane Mitch put Honduras on the map. But the floods and landslides nearly wiped the little Central American nation off it.

The House: Health tax call

The House: Health tax call

A galactic map of our way to the stars

ASTRONOMERS HAVE unveiled a map of the cosmos - or at least part of it - which future space explorers may look back on as the equivalent of the first "mappa mundi" drawn by early cartographers. "Some day it will be hanging from every kid's wall," said one of the team that produced it.

Theatre: What really matters

IN FLAME

COLLECTING: THE ROUTE OF ALL CONFUSION

When the world was flat and California was an island, cartographers were scribbling away. You can't rely on their maps, but they might be worth a fortune, says Jonathan Sale

Society: One in four GPs harassed at work

Almost a quarter of GPs have been sexually harassed by their patients, a survey has showed. One-fifth have felt sexually threatened by patients to the point of fearing for their safety and 7 per cent have been the victims of stalking.

Maps: Follow the map and you'll find the mapmaker

As the Institute of British Geographers gathers at Guildford University this week, they have corralled their discussions under the theme Changing Places. It is a telling pun, hinting at the way geography is mutating - becoming more about cultural studies, more about environmental change, more about the dynamics of land-use and societies. Geography is keen to bury its reputation for being about river-lengths and mountain- heights.
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Vince Cable interview: Charging fees for employment tribunals was 'a very bad move'

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