Abstracts: If we destroy the reputation of Parliament, we are all the losers. Bribery, pork-barrel politics and the art of surviving as an MP
Abstracts: 'If we found BSE in sheep it would be a national emergency.' Official. Scientists fear that BSE may have infected sheep
Abstracts: 'If we let in British beef, our market might collapse once again.'. Who killed Napoleon?
Abstracts: If we're all to be commoners, why keep the pomp and ceremony? The charismatic secrets of the modern 'It' politician
Abstracts: 'If we walked away, we were turning our back at a defining moment in history. In a sectarian city, children go back to school and run a gauntlet of hate
Abstracts: If you are looking for backing, first get the angels on your side. Turn business theory into practice
Abstracts: If you can stick it, you can kick it. They all want to be Stella's friends. Postcards from the cutting edge
Abstracts: If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Getting under your skin without getting stuck in. How do I get out of here?
Abstracts: If you can't stand the velociraptor, get out of the kitchen. Trapped between mafia and market
Abstracts: If you didn't laugh, you'd cry. Gay TV: as in lively, bright, playful, merry .... Desperately seeking Siouxsie
Abstracts: If you go down to the docks today. Dancing in the streets. Guns good, booze bad, DJ thirsty
Abstracts: If you have cash, it's best to spread it around. Gainful resolutions. Ways to keep the taxman from the door
Abstracts: If you hum it, he'll make it pay. A funny man, that Peter Sellars. The odd couplet
Abstracts: If you hum it, he'll make it pay. Messing about on the ocean wave. Filling the stalls
Abstracts: If you need a quick fix, call a hacker. Can all human life be processed here? 'I'd like people to experience the thrill of hacking.' (Emmanuel Goldstein, editor and publisher of 2600: The Hacker Quarterly)(Interview)
Abstracts: If you really want to know, look in the mirror. Painting history into a corner. The man who hugged the world
Abstracts: If you're homeless or in jail, you probably grew up in care. Is Bart's saved?
Abstracts: If your train is late, you can complain on my website. Why has the Government picked this needless fight with us backbenchers?
Abstracts: If your train is late, you should blame Gordon Brown. The union chiefs are right - our policies are causing job losses
Abstracts: If you think there's no accounting for taste. On the right track. Bring on the olives and bananas?
Abstracts: If you've got it, flaut it. Nice and cosy does it. All the world's a wobbly set
Abstracts: If you've got talent, look after it. Devaluing the shareholder. Business ethics from top to bottom
Abstracts: If you want a new Vauxhall, get a GM card. To make a donation to charity, get a Leeds Visa. Start saving early if you want private education
Abstracts: If you want an opinion, call a historian. A voice that launched 1,000 posters. When glamour is beyond parody
Abstracts: If you want to succeed in Bush Inc, it pays to be early - and wear a tie. Nightmare on Veterans' Day
Abstracts: Ignore all these jitters: the Atlantic partnership will remain intact. A moment that will define the 21st century
Abstracts: Ignore the hysteria over debt. Hurdles on the road to sustained growth. Why these extra hurdles for the jobless to jump are only fair
Abstracts: I got cramps when my twin was in labour. Breaking the pain barrier. 'Dyslexia made me work harder.'
Abstracts: 'I had my baby on Good Friday ... suffering of the flesh and resurrection all in one day.' (novelist Margaret Drabble tells of birth of her son in Mar 1961)(Interview)
Abstracts: 'I had to let go, he had his own life.' (Bianca Jagger returns Bosnian boy rescued in 1993) For talking, read stalking
Abstracts: I had to sell myself but not be a prostitute. Panto, Lear and the Tiller girls - that's variety! Almost good enough to eat
Abstracts: 'I have already been mistaken for the children's grandfather.' (experiences of older fathers; includes case studies)
Abstracts: 'I have suffered racism all my life.'. A tough test for today's top toys. 'I'm not waiting around for a cure.'
Abstracts: 'I hoped Guy's Buddhism was a phase, like skateboarding.'. Mum, dad, dad - and the children make six. So you want to be hip? Grab a duvet and start stitching
Abstracts: I just called to say I'm guilty. The daggers are out for Spike. Bound together by misery and leg irons
Abstracts: 'I just happen to be good at my job.'. Don't stand so close to me. It's just what the doctor ordered
Abstracts: I know a bank where the Tibetan cowslip and the Meconopsis grow. Witch hazel: easy on the eye and nose (but not the hands)
Abstracts: I know what I like, but I'm not sure about art. Riding high on the occident express. Italians know how to express it so well
Abstracts: 'I laughed at their sentence.'. Four legs good, two wings better? The boy in the made-up world
Abstracts: Il Duce was my architect. Cooking of the highest order. You put your left knee in
Abstracts: 'I like Hague, but he's wrong about the euro.' (Michael Heseltine) At last the children are heard
Abstracts: I lived to tell the tale, but what about Sam? How to tell a hippy from a Brucie. The one thing they never tell you about HRT
Abstracts: I'll always be known as thingy out of Cold Feet. To baldly go.... Who da man?
Abstracts: I'll have what she's having. 'I've got part of Valerie inside me now.'. On the lookout for glamour
Abstracts: Ill met by moonlight. Nothing, but nothing, comes between a weather observer and their Stevenson Screen. Urban bliss, rural hell
Abstracts: I'll never give up giving up. It leaves me grinding my teeth. Nothing's a patch on will power
Abstracts: I'll say, 'Have we finished?' He will say, 'Did we ever start?'. My job with Stelios isn't easy but it's always great fun
Abstracts: I'll take a Joyce and a Tolstoy or two. A very English hero. This man is a poet, a namby-pamby soul who witters on about tear-stained pillows and autumn leaves. But why not listen to his tale of a city obliterated in an instant 50 years ago
Abstracts: I'll take my Chateau Lafite with a screwcap, thanks. Peter Sichel. Harry Waugh
Abstracts: 'I lost my daughter, my friend.'. Looking for love. When Anastasia met Andy ...
Abstracts: 'I love you. PS Did you kill her?'. 'He'd get a slap if he changed.'. We moved to Australia (but it wasn't the end of the world)
Abstracts: Il Papa brings on Dylan for a taste of the devil's rhythms. Professor Moller and his amazing flying car. One woman's dangerous and lonely battle to break the Cosa Nostra
Abstracts: 'I'm a bit of a boaster, bit of a big head, but it's not quite Watergate, is it?' (political lobbyist Derek Draper)
Abstracts: I'm a comedian. I don't do gags. You had to laugh, really. 'I don't do jokes. I tell the truth.'
Abstracts: Imad was a devout and single teenager - the perfect candidate for a suicide bomber. Enemies united in fear as Israeli troops pull back
Abstracts: I'm afraid we've taken you off the critical list. Shelter for the winter years. Planning to survive a critical illness
Abstracts: Image is what counts for the new Lord Lichfield wannabes. Twenty questions - 'For us, digital is not death - it is growth'
Abstracts: 'Imagine being born a write-off.' (interview with US author Thulani Davis about life for blacks in America) (Interview)
Abstracts: Imagine the sound of one hand clapping. When the laughing had to start. 'I've started, so I'll finish': the true confessions of a serial recording star
Abstracts: Imagine: trees, bears and wolves too. Watch the birdie, and pay for the privilege. Thrushes are dying out and no one knows why. This man is determined to change that
Abstracts: Imams strive to stay out of Kosovo's war. Strange case of 'Mossad agents.'. Iran's first daughter of the veil
Abstracts: 'I managed because I'm good at detaching.' (Jackie Bentley; experiences of a surrogate mother)(Interview) Tom Forster
Abstracts: I'm a writer, not a fighter. 'Society has decided I am a genius.' (novelist Aldo Busi)(Interview) 'Three cheers for pornography.' (author Pierre Guyotat)(Interview)
Abstracts: 'I may be no artist ... but I know what I like.' (boxer Chris Eubank commissions paintings) R-e-t-h-p-e-c-t!
Abstracts: 'I'm dying tomorrow, please clear my name.' (James Hanratty, executed for murder in 1962, likely to have been innocent)
Abstracts: I'm gay, and I don't need a psychiatrist. So, who does run Toxteth? Survival on the Wirral
Abstracts: I'm going back to my roots. Basics in the bedding department. Everything's coming up sweet peas
Abstracts: I'm going to miss my wild child. Blacker than the teenage blues. My son, the enfant sauvage
Abstracts: 'I'm gonna look back on this period and think, aw man, wasn't that a gas?' (folk-punk singer Ani diFranco) In the company of men
Abstracts: I'm here and there's no escaping me. 'Of course I know it's vulgar.' (former United Kingdom Conservative party Transport Minister Steven Norris)
Abstracts: 'I'm just glad to have him back.'. 'I could forgive a one-night stand.'. Twelve hungry women
Abstracts: I'm Mike, I'm a beggar, and this is my life. Terrific ball skills ... and no sniggering. I spent a million. Where did it all go?
Abstracts: Immortality is simply not enough. Breach of trust. Begin the Beguine again
Abstracts: Immune system link to chronic fatigue Aliens beneath the ice? Witness to the early universe
Abstracts: 'I'm no cartoon. I'm me. I'm flesh and blood.' (Bruce Wayne, inspiration for the Batman comics)(Interview) He's out. As in 'outcast.' (writer Paul Burston is gay but writes critically about gays)(Interview)
Abstracts: 'I'm not a nerd anymore.' (Craig Newmark, creator of Craig's List Web site)(Network +) The young men and the sea
Abstracts: I'm not shocked by smacking up, just bored by boorish misogyny. Are you just one of Myra's lynch mob?
Abstracts: I'm OK but my dog needs a shrink. That sinking feeling. Shaken by the aftershock
Abstracts: I'm on the telly. Yes. And I may well be the funniest man on it!!! Escape from the madhouse
Abstracts: Impasse may keep hostage files open. Saddam 'was seeking confrontation.' (feature on US and allies attack against Iraq)
Abstracts: Imperfect past, cloudy present, bright future. Bee's sticky end gives insight into the past. Poland's past bites back
Abstracts: Imported whisky/whiskey. Beer. Market profile: spirits
Abstracts: Improving the detection of interactions in selling and sales management research. The selling firm's negotiation team in rebuys of component parts
Abstracts: I'm putting my money on the dark horse to win the Tory race. The death of the Tory party would be a loss for all of us
Abstracts: Imran vs Benazir. Murdered in Paradise. Out of a Burmese garden, into the jungle
Abstracts: I'm sorry, sweetheart, but you're not my daughter. Dole struggles as rivals smell blood. Treaty bans spread of nuclear arms for ever
Abstracts: I'm the boss today. How to make a drama out of a crisis. Outward bound to succeed
Abstracts: I'm the urban spacehog. The band that came back from the edge of the world. Exile on Hauptstrasse
Abstracts: 'I'm your mom and I love you, and you love me.' (relationship between woman psychiatrist and male patient) Cold, calculated hot pursuit
Abstracts: In 13 million years, it's our turn. Sweetwater reaps its bitter harvest. Power battle traps Zulu chiefs
Abstracts: In 1990 there were just 25 applications from Algerians for political asylum in the UK. From the beginning of a barbaric civil war in 1992, the total has soared to more than 4,000
Abstracts: In 400 years, we have had our ups and downs. America must understand why the Third World still distrusts its power
Abstracts: In a country waking up to a new future, these men have become potent symbols of Germany's nightmare past. H.C. Artmann
Abstracts: Inaction man. Journal of an unemployed actor. I shall never forget that silence when I finished the last line
Abstracts: In a German churchyard, the past is put to rest. Caution urged as Daimler turns to multimedia. Picking up the pieces at the Bank
Abstracts: In a land of dark shadow, three boys are buried by thousands. US prepared for loss of life in a war of attrition
Abstracts: In a mountain stronghold, the Taliban's enemy sense victory is in their sights. An endless war for a people who have little left to lose
Abstracts: In any tongue, the watchword is single market. The price of sending traders tongue-tied into the world. First choose your MBA ...
Abstracts: In a perfect world, some of you must die. The game of life. The name of the game is our perfect partnership
Abstracts: In a sectarian city, children go back to school and run a gauntlet of hate. Fear and loathing in the birthplace of the Troubles
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