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Inside Parliament: Bishop preaches virtues of early education: Family benefits of nursery schooling for all praised - Commons told Sunday trading battle far from over
Thursday 24 February 1994
The Bishop of Oxford, the Rt Rev Richard Harries, yesterday urged the Government to look at all areas of policy with the likely impact on the family in mind.
Friday 19 November 1993
Sir: Bryan Appleyard grossly misrepresents Matthew Arnold by inventing a tradition of 'ever-more paranoid assertion of the need for an inner cultural priesthood that would protect the highest and the best from the lowest and the worst' and frog-marching Arnold into it. The author of Culture and Anarchy believed
Wednesday 17 November 1993
Authorities yesterday closed Vladimir Lenin's museum, a major Communist shrine, amid the tears of its employees and sympathisers, Reuter reports from Moscow.
Chinese urged to follow path of purity: Teresa Poole in Hong Kong reports on efforts to control the economy
Wednesday 07 July 1993
IDEOLOGICAL purity is emerging as a key theme as Peking tries to reassert central government control over China's overheating economy.
Tuesday 19 January 1993
MOSCOW (Reuter) - Armenians are burning volumes of Communist literature to keep warm as fuel stocks in the former Soviet republic dwindle, the local Snark news agency said. 'Special preference is being given to complete works of the classics of Marxist-Leninism, which because of their hard covers burn longer and give off more warmth,' the agency said.
Wednesday 09 September 1992
Yang Xianzhen, scholar, died Peking 25 August, aged 97. A prominent Marxist scholar, he served as director of the Marxism-Leninism Institute and its successor, the Higher Party School, before being named as a 'counter-revolutionary revisionist' in 1966.
Sunday 12 July 1992
LENINISM, you will be glad to hear, is alive and well and living in Britain's clearing banks. I only realised this when my bank started to return my cheques despite a number of - apparently unread - letters and frantic attempts to meet the manager.
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