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  • Sub standard
    Saturday, 9 March 2002

    It looks like the answer. Of course, you'd prefer a new one, but cash is tight. So you wander around it, peer into the engine with what you hope is the look of rugged experience, confide that the, er, tappets look fine, switch the radio on and off, k...

  • Now that's what I call music to suck blood by
    Saturday, 9 March 2002

    It's lucky I haven't been invited to the Oscars this year, I'm busy that night. Funnily enough I'm going to see a film, which is odd because I rarely go to films unless they're at the cinema across the road, and this one isn't.If my local cinema...

  • Peter Neyroud: Justice has become a melodramatic game
    Saturday, 9 March 2002

    Internal linksI fear police state if we lose safeguards, says Bar chiefStreet gang given 14 years for mugging campaign When the Metropolitan Commissioner, Sir John Stevens, expressed his frustration with the effectiveness of justice, he was speak...

  • Fergal Keane: Shock revelation - I'm plotting war with MI5
    Saturday, 9 March 2002

    Internal linksZimbabwe goes to the polls amid further vote-riggingOpposition leader vows to challenge a rigged pollProfile: Robert Mugabe, The hero turned tyrantLeading article: America must exert its power to stop the bloodshed Some weeks back I...

  • Take no notice of the EU's crocodile tears over Mr Bush's steel tariffs
    Friday, 8 March 2002

    The European Union has been spoiling for a trade fight with the United States for years. The opprobrium that has fallen on the head of President Bush is vicious and unjustified. If the EU were itself an open and enlightened free trade organisation an...

  • Raymond Seitz: The tree of terrorism is watered by despair
    Friday, 8 March 2002

    What were the proximate causes of 11 September? Certainly the political dementia of Osama bin Laden is near the top of the list. The vacuum which the West, particularly the United States, left behind in Afghanistan once the Soviets had been expel...

  • Diran Adebayo: A hero who gave black people an enduring legacy
    Friday, 8 March 2002

    Internal linksAuction of Malcolm X journals causes fury White people's black heroes and black people's black heroes are rarely the same thing.The tunes that you'll see punters lapping up at a black house party or at a club in a black neighbourhood ...

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