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  • Leading article: A symbolic moment for America as Obama sets out for the White House
    Saturday, 10 February 2007

    Much can happen between now and November 2008. The public announcement is the very first step on a testing marathon of a campaign. Even to have a realistic shot at the presidency, Mr Obama has to raise a mountain of money and continue to raise it. He...

  • Leading article: A flawed President prepares to bow out
    Friday, 9 February 2007

    M. Chirac's admission came in a television interview to be broadcast this weekend as part of a programme paying tribute to his wife and France's first lady, Bernadette. But details found their way into the French press yesterday. "There is life after...

  • Gordon Brown: We must save the world's young from killer diseases
    Saturday, 10 February 2007

    Polio, hepatitis, measles and yellow fever cause deaths we can prevent. That's why in 2006 the most ambitious vaccination facility the world has seen was launched to immunise 500 million children. But a further seven million children die every year f...

  • Leading article: An enduring Victorian value
    Friday, 9 February 2007

    Only it isn't all that needs to be said. The British Library is now facing a cut of 7 per cent in its annual £100m budget and is considering introducing charges and shorter hours to pay for it. Across the country local libraries are also feeling the ...

  • Leading article: Wonder women
    Saturday, 10 February 2007

    Food has always been close to the WI's heart. The organisation was founded in the First World War in the belief that women in rural areas could play an important role in the production and preserving of food as part of the war effort. The WI's values...

  • The Third Leader: False impressions
    Friday, 9 February 2007

    And how widely should we cast our qualms? To the possessors of Art? Let me put it another way: would you feel more aggrieved by an art theft at the home of, say, Sir David Attenborough, Mr Alan Bennett or Dame Judi Dench than one at, say, the home of...

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