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Monday, 14 April 2008

  • Leading article: Toxic debts and the need for more liquidity
    Tuesday, 15 April 2008

    We are told the focus of this meeting will not be the cost of mortgages. But that was certainly the topic uppermost in the mind of the Prime Minister and the Chancellor, Alistair Darling, at the weekend. And it would be remarkable if mortgage rates a...

  • Leading article: An unwelcome return
    Tuesday, 15 April 2008

    Not only has Berlusconi seemed, on the first indications, to have won a clear victory in the House of Deputies but also, on the early results, a decisive lead in the Senate, where his own electoral reforms have made it more difficult for any party to...

  • Gugulethu Moyo: Mugabe has packed the courts with tame judges
    Tuesday, 15 April 2008

    Judges appointed or retained on the bench after 2001 were chosen for one quality above all others: their apparent willingness to lend the court's process to the service of Mugabe's Executive. In numerous cases challenging the legitimacy of the execut...

  • Letters: Fatherhood and health
    Tuesday, 15 April 2008

    Mr Fisher, although keen to tackle the Government, the work environment and the maternity suite, has gone for the easy targets, blaming institutions and social convention rather than looking at who holds the real power for change: men. Although we ho...

  • Leading article: Spellbound
    Tuesday, 15 April 2008

    Ms Rowling argued in a Manhattan courtroom yesterday that the publication of Steven Vander Ark's The Harry Potter Lexicon by RDR Books is an infringement of her copyright. There is something a little distasteful about this legal action. There is the ...

  • Emily Eavis: The real reason we invited Jay-Z to Glastonbury
    Tuesday, 15 April 2008

    So I was surprised when articles started to appear questioning the selection of Jay-Z as one of our headliners, and linking it with supposedly poor ticket sales. Since then, all sorts of things have been said in print and online, most of which only g...

  • Steve Connor: One day, cloning may be accepted by society
    Monday, 14 April 2008

    I predict that the same sort of reaction will greet our report today about the possible use of a new cloning technique to treat infertile couples. Many scientists will dismiss the suggestion from Robert Lanza of Advanced Cell Technology that the tech...

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