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  • Making the abortion pill widely available is a sensible step
    Monday, 8 July 2002

    So much for the Conservative Party's concern for the vulnerable. Its deputy leader, Michael Ancram, says that he is against abortion pills becoming more widely available "because I think that anything that makes abortion easier and simpler in the e...

  • We cannot sell arms to Israel and pretend to be shocked if they are used
    Monday, 8 July 2002

    The Foreign Secretary was emphatic three months ago. "It is extremely important that there should be the greatest certainty," he told the House of Commons, about what the Government would and would not allow to be exported to Israel.That is the si...

  • No-win situation
    Monday, 8 July 2002

    We report today on the invention of the world's first "pupil-friendly" examinations, featuring better laid-out papers and a break in the middle to look up the... oops, we mean to recover one's strength. Doubtless such a plan will meet the same narrow...

  • Mark Borowski: Poles must play a part in Europe
    Monday, 8 July 2002

    In joining the European Union, Poland would not like to be a bulwark for an affluent, isolationist Europe. We believe that the gradual involvement of Ukraine in the common economic space is in the unquestionable interest of the EU. It is at the least...

  • Sean O'Grady: Why Mr Brown might thrive in a recession
    Monday, 8 July 2002

    Does Gordon Brown have nightmares? Recent financial events will have have provided his subconscious with plenty of raw material to frighten the poor man. So let us, for a moment, peer into Gordon's dreams... The stock market falls by another fif...

  • Why Brown must control the house price boom
    Sunday, 7 July 2002

    High house prices are often regarded as an indicator of a healthy economy, but there comes a point when they start to have an adverse impact it. We have moved well beyond that point. Today's soaring prices threaten public services because teachers, p...

  • Liam Fox: The fragile and harmless will suffer for the sake of a small, violent minority
    Sunday, 7 July 2002

    It is increasingly obvious that in Britain we accept a quality of care for those with mental illness that we would find totally unacceptable for most other types of illness. That has to change if we are to be able to call ourselves a civilised, m...

  • Martin Wroe: Stopping Aids takes more than a scare campaign. It takes leadership
    Sunday, 7 July 2002

    The Rev Canon Gideon Byamugisha is a Ugandan priest, living with Aids, and making no secret of it. Twenty years to the day since the death of Terrence Higgins – one of the first people in the UK to die with Aids – the Anglican cleric was in Britain l...

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