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Sunday, 22 September 2002

  • David Laws: Why the Liberal Democrats cannot echo Old Labour
    Monday, 23 September 2002

    What will be the "judge and jury" of this Government? The recent focus on Iraq and the Government's upcoming decision on the euro has obscured the fact that, ultimately, the success of the Blair-Brown government will be judged by its ability to i...

  • Michael Byers: Self-defence? It's the economy, stupid
    Sunday, 22 September 2002

    Durham, North Carolina. Seen from the heartland of America, there are two incontrovertible truths about Iraq. First, Saddam Hussein is an evil man who brutally oppresses the Iraqi people and seeks to develop chemical, biological and nuclear weapon...

  • Jon Aarons: Corporate reputations do matter
    Monday, 23 September 2002

    A tremendous opportunity now exists to make sense of non-financial reporting through a key proposal that came from the Department of Trade and Industry's review of company law, which became the subject of a Government White Paper and is expected ...

  • Charlie Courtauld: So MS is sexually transmitted, is it? Just look at me and you'll know it's a lie
    Sunday, 22 September 2002

    Lock up your daughters. The sex god is back in town. A report out last week – citing a Danish study, no less – suggests that multiple sclerosis, the disease I've got, could be sexually transmitted. And that surely means that I must be a bit of a d...

  • Rose Prince: Poverty at the farm gate goes hand in hand with profit in the till
    Sunday, 22 September 2002

    I spend much of my time in Dorset, a dairy farming region. There are farmers there who have not made a profit for months. The poverty can be galling. At this time of year our local charity shops are packed with farming families looking for half-decen...

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