Friday, 28 March 2008
Leading article: The world cannot stand by while Mr Mugabe steals another electionSaturday, 29 March 2008
All the signs from opinion polls, both public and private, are that the leader of the MDC opposition, Morgan Tsvangirai, is in the lead with between 30 and 40 per cent. Second, with about 20 per cent, comes Simba Makoni, who quit as Mr Mugabe's finan...
Leading article: Architects of misfortuneSaturday, 29 March 2008
But in his speech to the House of Lords this week, Lord Rogers' concern was residential, rather than the commercial building projects with which he has made his name. And he does not like what he sees. He takes exception to the "shoddy, toy-town hous...
Leading article: A vision for Europe that Britain can shareFriday, 28 March 2008
Well before the political summit had concluded – at, of all places, Arsenal Football Club's Emirates stadium – however, the question on many British lips was whether M. Sarkozy would be able to "deliver". Quite what he is supposed to deliver has not ...
Lord Roberts of Llandudno: There is only one ethical course for the British GovernmentFriday, 28 March 2008
Iran is a country where the penal code prescribes execution by stoning and dictates the stones be large enough to cause pain but not so large as to kill immediately. This is the law of Iran. As such we cannot turn to the law of Iran to guide us. Can ...
Letters: Heathrow Terminal 5Saturday, 29 March 2008
The whole world must be waiting to see what sort of hash we make of the Olympics. Perhaps, between now and then, we could start to build structures around systems that work, not the other way around. Paul Dunwell Alton, Hampshire Sir: Had the climate...
The Weasel: The art of the labelSaturday, 29 March 2008
The text cropped up in a recent "Thought for the Day" by the Rt Rev Tom Butler, Bishop of Southwark. His impressive ecclesiastical ramble touched on: a) the excellence of city honey due to "the greater variety of flowers and blossoms found in urban p...
Leading article: Charm offensiveSaturday, 29 March 2008
But it did not matter. The first lady of the French Republic conducted herself with such demure poise on her visit that even those sections of society inclined to scorn the former model with an "interesting" past were ruthlessly charmed. If only ever...
Bonnie Greer: Carla was not the only star of the showSaturday, 29 March 2008
I've been seeing her pictures in high fashion magazines for a decade and a half. She was cool and still is. But anyone with any knowledge or experience of the theatre must have been having a ball from the moment France's First Lady stepped off the pl...
Letter: ref. Deborah Orr articleFriday, 28 March 2008
Adam had Tourette's and OCD. Neither of these conditions deprive someone of their intelligence or their ability to make decisions about their life. Adam was able to give informed consent to be filmed and he did so. Before I filmed with Adam I to...
Letters: All-black shortlistsFriday, 28 March 2008
It is 20 years since four black and Asian MPs were elected to Parliament. Since then progress has been painfully slow. On current trends it will take over 70 years to have a fair representation of black and Asian MPs. I do not believe that the Britis...
Leading article: Lost luggage and terminal declineFriday, 28 March 2008
Yet there was noticeably little cheer around yesterday as Terminal 5 opened its doors to passengers for the first time. Travellers found their appreciation of the splendid view from Richard Rogers' glass and steel construction marred by cancelled fli...
Leading article: Plot twistFriday, 28 March 2008
Christopher is the last Foyle involved in the management of the independent bookseller, which has been a resident of London's Charing Cross road for more than a century. We should probably be used to this by now. Few of our famous retail names are st...
Is their marriage our business? No. But Charles Saatchi's row with Nigella Lawson is definitely news
Russell Brand lets loose on MSNBC hosts in promo interview for Messiah Complex tour
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We never knew Nigella Lawson - and we still don’t
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Should we intervene? Our response to the Charles Saatchi and Nigella Lawson assault is shocking too
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