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  • Alastair Campbell: The cynicism that is corroding faith in democracy
    Saturday, 7 December 2002

    Twenty-odd years ago, when I started out as a trainee journalist, the media largely meant newspapers plus three terrestrial television channels. Now we have five terrestrial channels and 24-hour news coverage on CNN, BBC and ITN. Sky News is also ...

  • America is not gung-ho. It is a nation in fear, resigned to the coming war
    Saturday, 7 December 2002

    Mr Shen from Guangxi drove me in from the airport. He was an enthusiastic man. Thirty years in America and still it thrilled him to cut across the lanes on Interstate 308, chuckling if another car honked its horn, and asking me if I realised how...

  • It takes time and energy to be alternative
    Saturday, 7 December 2002

    Conmen and wacky friends are not, thank heavens, the exclusive property of the Prime Minister's wife. Sit me next to a conman rather than a lawyer any day and preferably the genius who sold that unwitting American London Bridge instead of Tower ...

  • Ed Balls: The political economy of the euro
    Friday, 6 December 2002

    In 1997 we concluded that, on the basis of a detailed assessment of the five tests, it was not in this country's interest to join the first wave of EMU. It is an understatement to say that the five tests are controversial. Some, who would rule ou...

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