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  • Donald Rumsfeld: We must act to prevent a greater evil, even if that act means war
    Sunday, 8 September 2002

    This week, the US pauses to remember the 11 September attack on America – the innocent victims, the unexpected heroes, the courageous survivors, and the hundreds of millions of Americans whose unity and determination in the face of unprecedented evil...

  • Charlie Courtauld: The hole in my back tooth and my MS: are they in some way related?
    Sunday, 8 September 2002

    In a report last week, the Medical Research Council called for yet more research (and therefore more lovely funding, I guess) to assess properly the effects of adding fluoride to Britain's water supply. There's so much fluoride in toothpaste, it ...

  • DJ Taylor: It's only Mick and Keef but we like them
    Sunday, 8 September 2002

    Twenty-five years ago this summer, a time when the scent of iconoclasm drifted on the Jubilee air, I used to enjoy listening to a record called "1977" by the Clash. A no-holds-barred, three-chord assault on the sacred cows of the Seventies music ...

  • Mr Duncan Smith and the strange living death of the Tory party
    Saturday, 7 September 2002

    Of all the anniversaries marked next week, that of the election of Iain Duncan Smith as leader of the Conservative Party is unlikely to attract the most attention. The launch of his leadership was postponed and overshadowed by the attacks on the Wo...

  • An avalanche of unnecessary vetting set off by moral panic
    Saturday, 7 September 2002

    The clamour for the public to be protected from the predations of a tiny number of dangerous individuals has spawned a monster. The Criminal Records Bureau, set up this April, is a state-controlled computer-vetting system for checking the backgroun...

  • Paul Vallely: My advice to Blunkett is to put a sock in it, motormouth
    Saturday, 7 September 2002

    You can always get a cheap laugh by having a go at Liz Hurley. Throw in a disparaging reference to an ageing actress like Joan Collins and you can more than double the chortling. What larks the Home Secretary, David Blunkett, had the other day t...

  • President Bush will have to shock the American people into war
    Saturday, 7 September 2002

    Over the last year I've made a couple of firm predictions. The first was that sooner or later George Bush would launch a war to topple Saddam Hussein; the second was that the American people would regain their sense of balance in the aftermath of th...

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