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Friday, 8 February 2002

  • It is wrong to use the state health system to obstruct individual choice
    Saturday, 9 February 2002

    Internal linksStudy of autistic children finds no link to MMRSteve Connor: Why parents are ignoring the rational experts The Prime Minister and his chief medical adviser, Sir Liam Donaldson, have disastrously mishandled the issue of vaccination. Th...

  • The secret of a long and happy marriage
    Saturday, 9 February 2002

    National marriage Week begins tomorrow. I heard the Chief Rabbi talking about it with great enthusiasm on the radio yesterday morning. There's this couple, apparently, in Nuneaton called Frank and Olive Hodges, who've been married for 77 years. T...

  • Joni Lovenduski: How men deter women from Parliament
    Friday, 8 February 2002

    Feminising politics is about more than increasing the numbers of women in political institutions, it is about how institutions, processes and procedures are affected by changing the numbers of women, about what else happens when the numbers of wo...

  • Politicians have only themselves to blame if the public switch off
    Friday, 8 February 2002

    So the politicians, especially Tessa Jowell, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, are worried that the BBC is considering "dumbing down" its coverage of politics. But few – apart from political junkies such as me – would necessaril...

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'The ministers talk to us about miracles'

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The Real Stories of Migrant Britain

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