Politics
09 May 2005
After he drove into Blackburn on the Barbara Castle dual carriageway, all heads turned towards Jack Straw when he...
UK Politics
02 May 2005
''My mum's voting BNP. All the older people are, everyone around here is," says Tate Keating, 21. Standing two minutes...
Politics
25 April 2005
After a week of campaigning, the broadsheet Yorkshire Post had clearly had enough. "Drama that is yet to grip its...
Politics
18 April 2005
''They disturbed me while I was watching Home and Away," says a mildly outraged Alexandra Price, 22. Home and Away...
World Affairs
21 February 2005
Aktar Gul's associate puts the opium away and, unscrewing a plastic tub, brings out a lump of hash the size of a child'...
International Politics
07 February 2005
On 20 January, the morning of the Muslim festival of Eid ul-Adha - the celebration of sacrifice - the suicide bomber...
Economics
10 January 2005
Over the past two decades, Britain has become both healthier and sicker, closer to full employment and yet ever more...
UK Politics
15 November 2004
I am in Harehills, just down the road from the shiny, bright prosperity of Leeds city centre and a five-minute drive...
Middle East
13 September 2004
It's a hot summer Sunday and I am stuck in a strip-lit hotel room five minutes from Heathrow Terminal One. All I want...

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