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  • This exhibition of the dead need not be banned
    Wednesday, 13 March 2002

    Grieving parents have an authority that does not derive from statute and takes little account of logic. So, when the parents of children whose organs were removed at Alder Hey hospital protest at a proposed exhibition of anatomical grotesqueries t...

  • High note
    Wednesday, 13 March 2002

    Internal linksIs Pavarotti ready for a last night at the opera? The opera isn't over until the fat man sings. Let's hope that Luciano Pavarotti goes on for ever, or at least a few seasons more.Of course, he's holding us on tenterhooks. When his nam...

  • It is up to South Africa to tell the truth about President Mugabe
    Wednesday, 13 March 2002

    Internal linksEarly lead for Mugabe as world condemns pollMugabe 'victory' may be trigger for strike actionWhite farmers charged with bribing poll officials It is still – just – possible that the voters of Zimbabwe have managed to defeat Robert Muga...

  • Paul Vallely: The judges have bottled their chance to protect privacy
    Wednesday, 13 March 2002

    The public has a right to know that "a soccer star cheated on his wife with a lap-dancer and a blonde nanny", so The Sun informed its readers yesterday, neatly summarising this week's landmark privacy ruling by three appeal court judges led by th...

  • Nushin Arbabzadah: Refugees don't matter, that's why they are here
    Wednesday, 13 March 2002

    I first encountered European culture as a young refugee from Afghanistan. But it was not for the solid sounds of the German language that I came to Europe. Nor was it for the melodies of the Spanish that I later learned, nor the soft roundness of Fre...

  • Prince Charles: The press is cantankerous, cynical and essential
    Tuesday, 12 March 2002

    This service will, I suspect, create ironies for some of us – and perhaps not least for St Bride's itself. For when The Daily Courant was launched in 1702, its main competition was held not to be that of other forms of the then media – books and ...

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