Archive of August 2008

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Interview: Fathers 4 Justice

We interview Matt O'Conner, founder of Fathers 4 Justice, to find out quite how many more superhero stunts angry commuters are going to have to put up with.

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    Comment: What does Cameron believe in?

    How fickle friends can be in the world of politics. Once described as David Cameron's favourite think tank, the Conservative leader could hardly wait to distance himself from Policy Exchange yesterday.

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    Comment: Brown and Britain

    Gordon Brown is contributing to another book, this time on Britain. Try not to get too excited.

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    Comment: Labour - A tale of two tribes?

    Comment: Labour - A tale of two tribes?

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    Boris: The first hundred days

    No-one quite knew what to make of Boris Johnson's electoral victory one hundred days ago. Was it the triumph of his personality over that of the only other man in British politics recognisable by his first name - Ken Livingstone? Or was it a symbol of the sturdy approach of a Conservative government, taking first the capital and then the country? Plenty of people in the media believed it represented the victory of conservative common sense over metropolitan multiculturalism.

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    Analysis: How has the Foreign Office reacted?

    The Foreign Office has issued increasingly stern warnings over recent days as the scale of the Russian assault becomes clear.

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    Feature: Green party leadership elections

    The Green party is holding leadership elections for the first time in its history, with Euro MEP Caroline Lucas running against former star of The Bill, Ashley Gunstock. In the second of a special two-part feature we interview both candidates to find out who will lead the Greens into the general election. This week: Caroline Lucas.

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    And now... an oil crunch?

    The UK's economic woes come from a toxic cocktail of credit crunch and sky-high oil prices. But while some analysts expect the effects of the credit crunch to improve within months, the problem with oil is looking far more severe.

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    Feature: Back to Iraq

    The controversy surrounding events leading up to the war in Iraq is set to reopen with the publication of an explosive new book published this week.

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    Feature: Green party leadership election

    The Green party is holding leadership elections for the first time in its history, with Euro MEP Caroline Lucas running against former star of The Bill, Ashley Gunstock. In the first of a special two-part feature we interview both candidates to find out who will lead the Greens into the general election. Next week: Caroline Lucas.

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    Comment: The return of left and right

    I don't know if you've noticed, but newspaper headlines are changing. When BP posted its profits earlier this week, newspapers of all stripes - the Express and the Daily Mail included - started to sound like the Socialist Worker.

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