Sunday, 25 February 2007
Agnès Poirier: Les misérables AnglaisSunday, 25 February 2007
The postman, for example, scolded me harshly the day I stole a letter from a neighbour, but he didn't tell my parents. I was so grateful, and still am whenever I bump into him. The baker's wife kept me with her behind the counter one afternoon after ...
David Usborne: Our Man In New YorkMonday, 26 February 2007
This has nothing to do with airport codes, but rather what Mel Gibson read on his recent charge sheet. "Driving While Intoxicated" apparently didn't really cut it, so these days it's "Driving Under the Influence". For most Manhattanites, this is a ma...
Leading article: The other side of AfricaMonday, 26 February 2007
But this dry, dusty, country, blessed with few natural resources, is also remarkably stable. Senegal has never suffered a military coup, and has been hailed as a bastion of democracy in the region. Free speech flourishes, particularly in the lyrics o...
End of the licence fee: BBC to back radical overhaul of how it is funded
Nearly 100,000 of Britain's poorest children go hungry after parents' benefits are cut
The BBC deserves to be placed on a secure financial footing
Business Secretary Vince Cable warns interest rate rises could hit Londoners
Sixty five young adults and teenagers have died in prison in last four years, report finds
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