Politics
15 December 2003
During the build-up to next year's enlargement of the European Union, Brussels officials have been keen to argue that...
International Politics
17 November 2003
It is well documented that a cabal of Likud-supporting American neoconservatives played an important role in bringing...
International Politics
27 October 2003
The term "Islamofascist" is much overworked by neo-con hacks to smear any Islamic groups that oppose the US programme...
Politics
29 September 2003
There are many compelling arguments for Britain to reject further integration into Europe. But there is one that I find...
Politics
08 September 2003
There are few things in the early 21st century that we can say Britain does best. Our postal service may once have been...
UK Politics
11 August 2003
When, at the end of last month, a dental surgery in Wales announced that it could accept a further 300 National Health...
Society
02 June 2003
George Soros is angry. In common with 90 per cent of the world's population, the Man Who Broke the Bank of...
International Politics
05 May 2003
If ever there was a time to have taken that long-promised Nile cruise, this Easter was it. Holidays in Egypt were...
Books
28 April 2003
On 4 February 2003, quietly and almost unnoticed, while the rest of the world's attention was focused on the charade of...
Ideas
31 March 2003
Anti-war protest is far from finished. The government's attempt to get us all to "rally round" in support of an illegal...
UK Politics
17 March 2003
The war against Iraq will not be the war to end all wars. Three years ago, the same forces now planning "Shock and Awe...
World Affairs
17 February 2003
One of the most unedifying aspects of the entire build-up to war has been the sight of the former communist party...
International Politics
25 November 2002
Slobodan Milosevic. What are the first images that come to your mind on hearing this name? Burning villages? Detention...
International Politics
16 September 2002
Just seven months into the ceasefire between the Sri Lankan government and the Tamil Tigers, the economy, which shrunk...
UK Politics
29 July 2002
Much has been written about the modus operandi of the slum property tycoon Nicholas van Hoogstraten, found guilty of...

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