Monday, 9 June 2008
Leading article: The smack of prejudiceTuesday, 10 June 2008
Just as damagingly, there is a tendency among the older generations to demonise the young, poisoning relations and skewing public policy towards knee-jerk "punishments" and away from effective solutions to juvenile crime. Responsibility for such a fa...
Leading article: A war with high costs and doubtful benefitsTuesday, 10 June 2008
The task of foreign forces was clear: it was to help Afghans rebuild their ravaged land and transform it into a law-governed state. It was a task of peace-keeping and reconstruction that enjoyed widespread international support. The notion that it mi...
Leading article: Rhyme and reasonTuesday, 10 June 2008
One suspects that this is not the sort of thing that those monarchs who used to appoint poets to sing their praises would have much liked to hear. But times have changed. For one thing, the attraction of 630 bottles of sherry a year is evidently not ...
Leading article: Just don't go thereMonday, 9 June 2008
After Copenhagen comes Munich,and then Tokyo, whereas London figures nowhere on the list. Cue for a small stampede by style conscious Britons to try out the lifestyle in these near-perfect urban environments, you might imagine. After all, in a netted...
Discover the world's great religionsTuesday, 10 June 2008
This weekend a two-part encyclopedia is essential reading for anyone who seeks to understand modern life. Based on the work of some of the world's most respected academics, it offers a convenient and fascinating introduction to some of humanity's pro...
John Bowker: The paradox of religionsTuesday, 10 June 2008
So what is religion? What does it mean to be religious? It means a great deal, because religions are involved in every aspect of human life -- and death. Religious belief appears in the earliest moments of human history, and no society has yet been f...
Letters: Private companies in public healthcareTuesday, 10 June 2008
It is the introduction of large commercial companies into general practice that GPs and patients object to. One of the great strengths of the existing model of general practice is its localness. Your practice is run by its partners, who are also fron...
Tanya Gold: Why Wallis Simpson should get her blue plaqueTuesday, 10 June 2008
English Heritage, giver of blue plaques to People Who Matter, is the latest to bitch-slap her corpse. Last week, it denied a request by a member of the public to stick a plaque outside Wallis's 1930s London home. But Wallis matters. She drew to the s...
'Russian submarine spotted' by Swedish military off coast of Stockholm
Lynda Bellingham dead: Loose Women presenter, who was set to end her chemotherapy, dies after long battle with colon cancer
Stoke vs Swansea: Garry Monk blasts referee Michael Oliver as 'disgraceful' and 'disgusting' after accusing Victor Moses of diving
Oscar Pistorius sentencing: South African prison services deny they have prepared jail cell for paralympian
Christopher Wren: Google Doodle marks birthday of St Paul's Cathedral architect
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