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Tuesday, 19 November 2002

  • Adel Darwish: Saddam may play the Godfather to outfox the UN
    Wednesday, 20 November 2002

    During Desert Storm in 1991, there were few predicting that Saddam Hussein, would outlast the Western coalition leaders. Saddam, however, didn't bet on keeping Kuwait but on holding on to power, which he has successfully done ever since.Today, th...

  • George Bush: I do not need to explain why I say things
    Wednesday, 20 November 2002

    "At this moment in history, if there is a world problem, we're expected to deal with it. It's the price of power. It is the price of where the US stands...There is a value system that cannot be compromised. And if the values are good enough for o...

  • Priests are not the only paedophiles among us
    Wednesday, 20 November 2002

    To my surprise, the cancellation of this week's school trip to Hampton Court was welcomed by some of the parents in my daughter's class. It turned out that one or two had been worried about their nine-year-olds going anywhere near Wolsey's Palac...

  • Ministers meddle at their peril with the perks of the middle classes
    Wednesday, 20 November 2002

    'We will not introduce 'top-up' fees and have legislated to prevent them. Since 1997 we have increased university funding by more than a billion pounds a year over the parliament – and invested considerably more in research. Our new system of univers...

  • Carole Evans: Schools have less time for debate and discussion
    Tuesday, 19 November 2002

    Teachers are unique in having daily access to the generation that will be our future, and we should ensure that they take that responsibility with pride and passion. Surely it is time that teachers were given recognition for their achievements an...

  • Jemima Lewis: How ecstasy has screwed up my generation
    Tuesday, 19 November 2002

    Like many people who came of age around the time that ecstasy arrived in Britain, I have always had a hard time associating drugs with danger. When my friends and I discovered Class As, it was nothing like a government health warning. We didn't throw...

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