Sunday, 6 October 2002
Do, re, miMonday, 7 October 2002
Reading the thoughts of Pete Waterman on the debt owed to classical music by the manufacturers of synthetic pop hits – that is himself, mostly – is a bit like being trapped by the pub bore. "Have you noticed that Slade's 'Merry Christmas' is basic...
The Conservatives show few signs of getting over their nervous breakdownMonday, 7 October 2002
The Conservative party's identity crisis shows few signs of abating. Iain Duncan Smith protests that he has only been leader for a year, which is true but irrelevant, like much of what he says.In his first year, he has repudiated William Hague's s...
David McKittrick: As trust drains away, the days of the peace process are numberedSunday, 6 October 2002
Just days ago a lot of people thought the Good Friday Agreement, which is the heart of the Irish peace process, would be lucky to survive intact past January. Now theythink it will be lucky to remain intact for another week. The extraordinary sce...
The Big Questions: Is Woman’s Hour still relevant? What should we make of ‘twerking’?
The secret life of David Cameron
#Teamnigella: It’s the only side to be on
The Daily Cartoon
Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi: Though they have more money, the rich are not so different
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