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  • Spin cycle
    Wednesday, 8 May 2002

    Internal linksSixsmith given £180,000 to quit The announcement by the Department for Transport that Martin Sixsmith had not, after all, resigned as communications director several months after Stephen Byers told Parliament that he had was almost paro...

  • So much talk of diversity, but so little desire to stop Mr Murdoch's dominance
    Wednesday, 8 May 2002

    For all her talk of plurality and diversity, Tessa Jowell, the Secretary of State for Culture, yesterday moved Britain's media industry one step closer to homogeneity and monopolisation. She almost invited Rupert Murdoch to add to his already unheal...

  • Sue Osborn: How do we stop errors?
    Wednesday, 8 May 2002

    As in many areas of life there is risk in health care, NHS staff are human beings and will make mistakes. We therefore need to create systems that lessen the likelihood of mistakes happening and ensure that when mistakes do happen, the whole NHS is ...

  • What Mr Bush must say to the prime minister of Israel
    Tuesday, 7 May 2002

    Internal links40,000 in Trafalgar Square for pro-Israel rallyIsrael's assault on West Bank 'caused £270m of damage'Angry EU denies claims that funds reached bombersPodium: Jonathan Sacks: Israel, this is why I am proud of you It is hard to oversta...

  • France has rejected xenophobia, but little else has been decided
    Tuesday, 7 May 2002

    French electionModerate appointed French PM by ChiracFormer salesman Raffarin may have just a few weeks behind Prime Minister's deskJospin accused of 'betrayal' as he quitsConcern in Brussels that Paris may take harder lineJohn Lichfield: Does Mr Chi...

  • Classical comeback
    Tuesday, 7 May 2002

    Internal links Magister amat librum! Latin rises from the dead to help teach English Ecce Romani. Latin's back. Long out of favour for being a "dead language", the subject now finds itself more popular than ho...

  • Does Mr Chirac have what it takes to change France?
    Tuesday, 7 May 2002

    French electionModerate appointed French PM by ChiracFormer salesman Raffarin may have just a few weeks behind Prime Minister's deskJospin accused of 'betrayal' as he quitsConcern in Brussels that Paris may take harder lineLeading article: France has...

  • It's people, not dogs, who are being demeaned
    Tuesday, 7 May 2002

    We are a strange, strange people and we are getting stranger. Yesterday, if you were over 18 and went along to the local multiplex, you may have been one of the first to see the new and hotly controversial screen advertisement for Club 18-30. This co...

  • Jonathan Sacks: Israel, this is why I am proud of you
    Tuesday, 7 May 2002

    Internal links 40,000 in Trafalgar Square for pro-Israel rally Israel's assault on West Bank 'caused £270m of damage' Angry EU denies claims that funds reached bombers Le...

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