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  • Leading article: A tightrope for Mr Brown – and for the trade unions
    Monday, 10 September 2007

    As for Mr Brown, he will not be too worried about the difference with his government that will surface this week. In his current role as the leader of a big tent, Mr Brown deploys much political energy to show that he is not the tribal politician who...

  • Leading article: Protect the polar bear, save the planet
    Sunday, 9 September 2007

    We suspect that most of our readers, however, will not have been aware that polar bears are also shot by American trophy-hunters. The results of the investigation that we publish today reveal for the first time the extent of this distasteful leisure ...

  • Leading article: Free food for thought
    Monday, 10 September 2007

    Nearly one in 12 babies in England and Wales is born underweight, mostly because their growth in the womb has been retarded by a lack of nutrients. A mother's diet can have a profound effect on the health of a child yet to be born. There is a greater...

  • Boyd Tonkin: Athens and Ankara could redraw our mental maps
    Monday, 10 September 2007

    In the event, neither of us need have worried. The house was packed with young representatives of Pamuk's Turkey, as broad-minded and open-hearted as the writer himself. They applauded him lustily when he picked up a questioner who implied that the n...

  • Melanie McDonagh: Kate McCann is being tried in the court of celebrity
    Sunday, 9 September 2007

    In just over four months, Kate McCann has become a celebrity. The grim aspect of this very modern status is that it is as potent in the making of a villain as a victim. Her extraordinary photogenicity was once the means for promoting her campaign to ...

  • Leading article: Life's a beach
    Monday, 10 September 2007

    Anyone who has holidayed in that country knows it is nowadays almost impossible to find a little square of sand without being charged ¿20 for two lounge chairs and a parasol. It rankles to have to pay when all you need is a dip in the briny and to kn...

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