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Monday, 27 September 2004 00:00

Crimes of a zealot

TONY Blair demonstrated his political dishonesty on the Frost programme when he denied that he and George W Bush had stitched up a war-at-all-costs deal in April 2002, before insisting that invasion would still have been the right thing to do even if he had known then that Saddam Hussein…
Saturday, 25 September 2004 00:00

Sympathy inadequate

GOVERNMENT ministers offer sympathy to the family of Kenneth Bigley, but they - and the TV commentators who are briefed to spout the Establishment line - insist that there can be no question of releasing Iraqi women prisoners from detention without trial.
Friday, 24 September 2004 00:00

No liberal panacea

CHRISTIAN Aid deserves credit for grasping the nettle of economic orthodoxy that underpins the supposed benefits of globalisation and for pointing out that free trade is not a panacea for the world's problems.
Thursday, 23 September 2004 00:00

Threat of war is real

CUBA Solidarity Campaign's survey on the attitude of British MPs to possible US military action against Cuba shows that there is no stomach for an invasion of the socialist island.
Thursday, 23 September 2004 00:00

Get lost, partner

ACCORDING to Aviva, the parent company of Norwich Union, offshoring "provides flexibility and efficiency and enables the company to maintain the quality of service which customers demand."
Wednesday, 22 September 2004 00:00

Another chance

TONY Blair told the TUC congress that, although he hadn't really been away, he was glad to be back.
Tuesday, 21 September 2004 00:00

Another country

IT has been a period for talking about the countryside recently, but one of the most striking things about it has been the difference between what organisations say they are and what interests they really serve.
Tuesday, 21 September 2004 00:00

A betrayal of trust

JAGUAR workers' fierce reaction to the decision of Ford bosses in Detroit to pull the plug on them deserves the backing of other trade unionists and wider sections of the population in Britain.
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