Abstracts: Are the church firebombers intent on oppressing India's illiterates? The revolution starts at 12 Clifford Road
Abstracts: Are the vice chancellors punching their weight? Swings and roundabouts. Nice manifestos, everyone - but where's the cash?
Abstracts: Are they belted up in the back? Are car alarms more trouble than they're worth? You can tell it's a Swede
Abstracts: Are they belted up in the back? It's Darwin's theory of evolution turned automotive: survival of the fittest ... and few European-based manufacturers now make a profit
Abstracts: Are they only in IT for the lifestyle? See me, feel me, touch me, heal me .... British smalls make a big mark
Abstracts: Are virgins in fashion again? Therapists can traumatise the victims, too. A Londoner and a South African, too
Abstracts: A revolution in the palace. The best orange crush in the world. Deck the halls with boughs of wisteria
Abstracts: A revolution that will go on. Why the sound approach is making a comeback. Homework for parents with teacher's help
Abstracts: Are you being modernised? At home with the space generation. Lord Rogers designs a shopping mall? You must be joking
Abstracts: Are you being run by your children? The wrong side of the pearly gates. You're a hypocrite, and you know it
Abstracts: Are you being served? Prize misjudgement. I'd like to teach the world to sell
Abstracts: Are you being served? Well-cut, cool clothes were always Calvin's forte. And he has another - Gabriella. All the raj
Abstracts: Are you brave enough to blow the whistle? Queen of hearts meets the heart of darkness. Brave hearts
Abstracts: Are you experienced? How to slay 'em in the Isles. Who says politics is a dirty word?
Abstracts: Are you getting too much sex in your ads? Honest, legal ... but decent? It may be flat, but it sure isn't boring
Abstracts: Are you just one of Myra's lynch mob? If every other moron could drive, then so could I .... Diana the do-gooder versus the bad guys
Abstracts: Are you man enough for the Van Gogh interior? Watch this place: Shoreditch. The lifestyle choice where size isn't everything
Abstracts: Are you ready for spring? The seeds of triumph. I'm ready to make a splash
Abstracts: Are you ready to downshift? Rich man, new man? Downsizers have laboured under a grand delusion
Abstracts: Are you receiving me? A classical dilemma for the BBC as Radio 3's controller walks out. Hold on to your batons ...
Abstracts: Are you ticking comfortably? The final frontier of science. Natural selection from the top
Abstracts: Argebtine bill threatens Falklands oil deal The messiah of meat: how a Tuscan butcher became the saviour of steak
Abstracts: Argentina sends in the navy as a British nuclear waste ship heads for Cape Horn. Frustration, anger and fear as Ramadan starts
Abstracts: Aricept - a new drug for Alzheimer's. Anyone for pesticide? Don't blame the drug companies for the problems of the world
Abstracts: A right royal rant gives us some modified food for thought. Londoners should be free to vote for Red Ken. Mr Brown should promote marriage, not baby bonds
Abstracts: Arise Lord Rogers. Arise Battersea. Art, science and Self abuse. Euro dream of an island race
Abstracts: Arise, Sir Bob, all is forgiven. It was C4's most vetted programme. Switched on to the American dream
Abstracts: Arise ye knights of the cask-conditioned ale. Distilling the flavour of the Fringe. Will it be a pint of the Japanese, sir?
Abstracts: Arise, you barons of the regions and the cities. They are called The Circle. But do these 17 people really run Britain?
Abstracts: A rising star powered by Britain. A virus is not always the product of a sick mind. The Web learns to speak in tongues
Abstracts: A risk worth taking? Whispering voices, broken hearts. Stress is a serious business
Abstracts: A river always floods through it. The booze that floods the Channel. Bodies pile up as disease follows the floods. So where is the deluge of aid?
Abstracts: A river city is reborn. How art revives inner cities. When Bristol's boat comes in
Abstracts: A river runs through it. Let's see the colour of your money. Time runs out for business to switch to colour
Abstracts: Armed and almost dangerous. Not in front of the British. Going ape in the gender jungle
Abstracts: Armed police, survival packs and confusion in a city that fears the worst. Hillary 'felt lonely and humiliated.'
Abstracts: Armed robbers target 'softer options' UK: DOLE FRAUD TO BE TACKED BY CREDIT AGENCIES. UK: BUNGLED POLICE OPERATIONS INVESTIGATED
Abstracts: Armenian rhapsody. Strange days. A genius trampled by Hollywood's populism
Abstracts: Arms cuts opponent is military lobbyist. After three years, one month, 18 days and 1.7m pounds sterling, the Scott inquiry prepares to deliver its damning report
Abstracts: Arms to Iraq? Business as usual. Let the spectacle commence. Can John Major's government succeed?
Abstracts: Army deserter tells of faking Chechen attack on Russian outpost. Chechens ready to rise against a brutal oppressor
Abstracts: Army failed to act over UDA murder plots. Fear 'junkie' who marked men for death. Ulster trial seen as Army's 'Watergate.' (accused terrorist Brian Nelson was Army agent)
Abstracts: Army goes to war over SAS man's revelations. The bent coppers who still turn up. In the shadow of Satan
Abstracts: Army thinkers draw line between peace and war. Gulf troops given secret injections. Elite troops learn to respect Chechen 'werewolves.'
Abstracts: A rock legend unto herself. Divisions of the past still cloud the rainbow nation. No abortions please, we're Guernsey
Abstracts: A room at the top. Midnight's children stay silent. Time for a little daylight - and sanity
Abstracts: A rose is still a rose, but everything else in botany is turned on its head. UK: LEGAL ROW OVER ITALIAN SPARKLING WINE
Abstracts: Around Estonia on 25 museums a day. Former Soviet states seek solutions. The benefits of neglect
Abstracts: A round peg in a square hole. Size isn't everything. Nowt so queer as blokes
Abstracts: Around the world with an ambassador of ideas. Hiding in the woods, not daring to speak. A quiet streak of subversion
Abstracts: Arrest of black lecturer heightens distrust. Trainspotting: the reality. Nigerian crime poses serious threat in Britain
Abstracts: Arrests, rumour and false alarms in manhunt spanning the globe. Mexico seeks to open gate to the promised land
Abstracts: Arriving from Japan ... via Disneyland. How to play the game of business. The era of Japan Inc is over
Abstracts: Arsenic-tainted water from Unicef wells is poisoning half of Bangladesh. Death in a glass of water
Abstracts: Art: a play for three characters, a cast of thousands. Council goes in search of a future role. Conspiracy of silence deepens mystery over Harrison's death
Abstracts: Art dealers fight to save tarnished image. Criminals home in on the booming new market in antiques: modern British junk
Abstracts: Art Farmer. Barrett Deems. Panama Francis
Abstracts: Art, glamour and sexy men. 'You'll be very surprised: I'm going to marry you.' (Susana Walton tells of marriage proposals from composer William Walton in Nov 1948)(Interview)
Abstracts: Arthur Marsh. Arthur Katz. The irresistible rise of Arthur Andersen
Abstracts: Art in their blood. The mad cow collective. Fun, but not a patch on '65
Abstracts: Art of the possible. Baltimore's new golden age. 'Raw intensity is the essence.'
Abstracts: Arts 2000: is this another piece in the puzzle? Staying on. Little beggars' opera
Abstracts: Art that falls between two stools. Life in the slow lane. It's the way you hang 'em
Abstracts: Art that gave the penny black a red face. Put your penny in the slot. A new deal for ceramics
Abstracts: Art, travel and other drugs. Dr Miller goes abstract. The return of the Middle Ages
Abstracts: A rude awakening? Not with them. You ask the questions. 'A long series of lucky breaks.'
Abstracts: As a dumped wife, I am a firm believer in the family. White supremacy in the newsroom. When the violence of nationalism erupts within a family breakdown
Abstracts: A safe pair of hands? New Britain's new versifier could surprise us all. Elizabeth Young
Abstracts: A safe place for your money ... so long as the stock markets do not fall much. The car insurance price war is fizzling out
Abstracts: As a high-earning mother, I expected to feel betrayed. Instead, I'm euphoric. Behind the boasting lurks a land in which boom and bust live together
Abstracts: As America leads us into recession, so it must lead us out of it again. Recession could be round the corner for the US
Abstracts: As annuity rates rise it may be a good time to 'buy' a pension. Pension review could cripple smaller IFAs
Abstracts: As big companies get bigger, consumers should think small. Why Japan should not be taking the US advice. Why laggards should copy the leaders on environment policy
Abstracts: ASB reforms run into mounting opposition. Return to surplus not expected for at least five years. The bank that wants to be just like Coca-Cola
Abstracts: A schooling for scandal. Death becomes her. The woman in Marcel's mirror
Abstracts: A schooling in real life. As the hack said to her boss: 'Don't call me, call my agent.' (many United Kingdom writers and journalists now have agents)(Media +)
Abstracts: A school that fell from greatness. A child of four could see the problems. Parents to be given nursery vouchers
Abstracts: A scientist's case against God. Who needs a euphemism for Christmas? Dolly and the cloth-heads
Abstracts: A scream for our times. Myths that leave a sinking feeling. That sinking feeling - again
Abstracts: Asda and Kingfisher resume alliance talks US: WALT DISNEY TO FOCUS ON EUROPE. CZECH REP/SLOVAKIA: DATART BOUGHT BY KINGFISHER
Abstracts: Asda bites back in prices battle Carpetright to buy back 850,000 shares It's never too late to bounce back
Abstracts: Asda bites back in prices battle. Tesco to serve up new jobs for 10,000. The grocer who still refuses to check out
Abstracts: A season for (house) lovers. The great mortgage swindle. Is the Widow in the bag?
Abstracts: A second bite at the cherry (and the prune). Traiteur in the British ranks. Mine's a custardy wedge of cherry clafoutis
Abstracts: A second Man United. Either we save on books or sack the teachers. Leave now! And don't come back
Abstracts: As economic downturn bites, can Britain's health clubs keep in shape? 'I'm not the lithe, Lycra-clad person I once was.'
Abstracts: A secret world of suffering children. Sex after forty? Don't make me laugh. Must women's gain be men's loss?
Abstracts: A Serbian enclave in Yorkshire. The Faustian pact of celebrity. 'Lion of Panjshir' reported killed in suicide bombing
Abstracts: A seriously funny man. Who da man? The comic interloper
Abstracts: A seriously funny writer. 'My life was a voyage with Dr Who. Then the Tardis turned to cardboard.' (playwright Mark Ravenhill tells of obsession with television series 'Dr Who')(Revelations)
Abstracts: A serpent in our cool garden Eden. The joys of a sound Constitution. An ill wind blows some good
Abstracts: Ashcroft sold Belize passports for 33,000 pounds sterling. Shirts for the fashionable, at a price paid in human misery
Abstracts: Ashdown and Blair - the future of the Lib Dems lies with them both. Will Labour still love the Lib Dems tomorrow?
Abstracts: Ashdown finds reason to forge a strange alliance. Honest Paddy must tread carefully. 'I don't think the phone will ring.' (Liberal Democrat leader looks to eventually being part of a coalition government)
Abstracts: Ashdown's next mission: meet the people and listen. A new ruling from the Lord Chief Justice: let's talk about dope
Abstracts: Ashdown's quiet army marches into Labour's corridors of power. The holiday's over, now the heat is on
Abstracts: Ashdown stands up for new politics. Gangster's British links. How the euro will straitjacket Britain
Abstracts: A shipshape plan. Making allowances for retirement. Plan to retire with an easy conscience
Abstracts: As his career faded, Gary Glitter obsessively collected images of children being abused. Professor Gary Love
Abstracts: A shock to the system. Why a bad job can give you a shock. A chip off the old shock
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