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  • Victor Adebowale: Shock tactics won't stop the drugs deaths
    Sunday, 3 March 2002

    Internal linksShock anti-drugs campaigns 'are a waste of money' We live in the age of the image. Just how important the image and its impact can be was aptly illustrated by the harrowing pictures of Rachel Whitear that appeared last week. Rachel w...

  • Prison doesn't work. So why are we locking up so many people?
    Saturday, 2 March 2002

    "For the last three weeks there has been an utterly inexplicable rise in the prison population of about 600 prisoners a week." The words of Martin Narey, the director-general of the Prison Service, ought to prompt more than the customary political...

  • Rupert Cornwell: The joy of eavesdropping on powerful people
    Saturday, 2 March 2002

    A New batch of White House tapes, and the question arises once more. Why is it that even now we can never get enough of Richard Nixon, that gravelly voice, dripping with prejudice, resentment and insecurity, as it crackles across the abyss of history...

  • Real men eat cows - and eat them whole
    Saturday, 2 March 2002

    Beef, I am delighted to report, is back in fashion. I shall declare my interest immediately. This very newspaper ran a feature last week about the latest red meat restaurants and ended by recommending the best places to eat steak and chips in Britain...

  • We are all in denial about alcohol-related illnesses
    Saturday, 2 March 2002

    It is one of those media friendly terms that covers up a multitude. Alcohol-related illnesses. This week we were told that these illnesses are in danger of destroying the NHS and are responsible for 33,000 deaths every year, and that eight out of 10...

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