Abstracts: 'I study my targets. I find out what makes them tick.' (con man Joe Flynn) What did you do in the Sixties, Dad?
Abstracts: I survived Fred and Rose West. Fred Davis. Professor Sir Fred Hoyle
Abstracts: Is William Hague the Tory party's answer to Michael Foot? Baloney, nonsense - and the truth about Ken Clarke. Infected by mad cows and Europhobes
Abstracts: Is your portfolio in the right team? Loadsamoney (maybe). It pays not to lose track
Abstracts: It ain't broke, but fix it anyway. Beware of the mortgage maze. Flex your mortgage muscle
Abstracts: It ain't envy. She's my sister. Time to put children first, Mr Brown. Yobs come from good homes, too
Abstracts: It ain't heavy - it's my garden. There's anarchy at the bottom of the garden. Lady of the lake's remedies
Abstracts: Italy faces a new Albanian armada. Federico Zeri. Death toll rises in Italian disaster
Abstracts: Italy faces life after Communism. Israel: Rome's old problem. Sicilian tragedy, world problem
Abstracts: Italy faces life after Communism. PLO persuaded to rejoin peace talks. Tehran softens stance on Gulf island dispute
Abstracts: Italy invites former Communist to govern. A burst tyre, a head-on crash and how a busy tunnel turned into an inferno
Abstracts: Italy ready for mission impossible: intervention in Albania could bring instability to Rome. Past demons threaten Italy's bid for change
Abstracts: Italy's earthquake victims left in limbo. 'Interactive TV is failing because it doesn't give users what they want.'(Network)
Abstracts: Italy's men of violence throw off the state's chains. How the kidnap and rape of Dario Fo's wife was ordered by Italy's right-wing rulers
Abstracts: Italy's new crop stifled in the shadow of a paradise lost. Mike Myers: the guy who seduced America. Who's afraid of Steven Spielberg?
Abstracts: Italy struggles to climb out of debt trap. Labour gambles on taxation. UK cash plan set to anger the entire EC
Abstracts: Italy struggles to shake off the legacy of Mussolini. Italy's rich city prays for fall of nation state. Scholars in a spin over Churchill link to the death of Mussolini
Abstracts: Italy waits for the gravy train to be derailed. Papandreou's death proves pure politics. Nation waits as Papandreou weakens
Abstracts: It beat smallpox. So now what else can it do? Bacterial secrets of the deep blue sea. Worm's turn to do the biological laundry
Abstracts: IT bounty-hunters go in search of a bonus. It is not easy looking after number one. There's a whole lot of 'effing' going on
Abstracts: IT bounty-hunters go in search of a bonus. Why harmony begins with the human touch. No smoke without gossip
Abstracts: It came like a jet plane, and nothing in science could halt it. Like moths to a flame
Abstracts: It can't be him ... surely not .... At home with a power-hungry phantom. Mr Big Ears and his brown bags
Abstracts: It could never happen again. Older workers start fighting back. Fighting and surviving all over again
Abstracts: It fuels buses, and arguments, too. Cleo watched the bitter berry work and opted for the asp. Lethal relic of the Third Reich
Abstracts: 'It has taken me my whole life to find him. Now I don't know what I'm going to do without him.'. This was the day relatives finally accepted their loved ones were not coming home
Abstracts: 'I think he has suffered enough.' (former Private Eye editor Richard Ingrams)(Media +) 'When I write, I not only air my beef, I discover what it is.' (Tobias Wolff)(Interview)
Abstracts: I think I'll go and eat worms. There once was a fellow named John.... A poet ... but who knows it?
Abstracts: It hit me that living with a woman was a genuine alternative. It was absolutely terrifying. The trials of life with an agony aunt
Abstracts: 'I thought I might be made into a martyr.' (Israel undercover squads) High price for Palestinian dreams
Abstracts: 'I thought I was drowning.'. Can you buy a better body? Can execution be a spectator sport?
Abstracts: 'I thought Paul was a success story.' (centre for disturbed children at Aycliffe, Durham) Doing business the family way
Abstracts: 'I thought that I was being cremated alive.'. Lessons in love. The Goodie who learned how to fly
Abstracts: I thought that the screaming and crying when I was trying to kick heroin was bad. When my Aunt Phyllis passed away, that was bad. But this was worse. I cried for seven weeks
Abstracts: It is 50 years old, but what has Nato got to celebrate? Women beheaded in Saudi execution frenzy. What is the point of Nato?
Abstracts: It is Britain's pre-eminent medical journal. Now its reputation hangs on a single issue. Sex and the single banana
Abstracts: 'It is highly unlikely that I will ever stand as leader' says Clarke. 'We often look as if we are from another planet.'
Abstracts: It is impossible to forget the children of Chernobyl. Aural anarchy from the sound of silence. This man is violating your art space
Abstracts: 'It is in the truth of the minutiae that you begin to build the possibly large.' (theatrical director Jonathan Miller tells of being given a microscope)(Revelations)
Abstracts: It is 'just history' - but this feud is still tearing the Tories apart. Will the Tories learn to compromise with the voters?
Abstracts: It is no disaster to have justice seen to be done on our television screens. Is there nothing so crass that it won't be embraced by television?
Abstracts: It is not just right to work longer, it is economically vital that you do so. The floodgates have opened to a long, long decline in rates
Abstracts: 'It is no use being bitter about what's happened.' (problems facing the relatives of people suffering from Alzheimer's Disease; two case studies)
Abstracts: It is only a scribblers' parliament. Postcards from the edge. Intimacy with Hanif Kureishi
Abstracts: It is terrible to see this plant I helped create be ruined by global capitalism. POLAND: CORUS IN AGREEMENT OVER HUTA KATOWICE
Abstracts: It is time to rethink the aims of this savage war. We are being cheated by state lies, says Draskovic. We should not rule out a peaceful solution in Kosovo
Abstracts: It is time to talk of local heroes. The conjuror faces the big risk. The cost of peace at Lloyd's - but the news may not bring peace of mind for investors facing ruin
Abstracts: IT is transforming the world of work. Accounting for a united front. Circling the world
Abstracts: It is we who are to blame for the UN failure in East Timor. If it's American snow, it's gotta be big. Why go on meeting like this?
Abstracts: It looks as though they're here to stay. She's so down-to-earth ... it's spooky. Headbanging hard to a Nazi beat
Abstracts: It may be anti-art, but they're all mad for it. A Tart for her Art .... 'I'll sing about love till I'm 45 and fat.' (lyricist Stephen Jones)(Interview)
Abstracts: It may be good old fashioned witchcraft, but it works. Culture shocks at the breakfast table. When marriage is not made in heaven
Abstracts: It may be square, but it's wondrous. Put away that Filofax. Pick up that palmtop. Get with it. It's strangeness that sells
Abstracts: It may be the bleak midwinter, but the academic year starts here. Investment fuels global vision
Abstracts: It may not be moral, but we may have to fudge the Irish arms issue. Brave new world: return to Rwanda
Abstracts: It may not be the elixir of eternal youth, but of all the hyped superdrugs of recent years, DHEA looks the best bet
Abstracts: It may seem a phoney war, but that cannot last. Rebel chief says attack will fail without US. Afghan opposition waits for the assault to start
Abstracts: It may seem a phoney war, but that cannot last. Retreating Taliban commanders vow to fight another day. Alliance struggles to end bloody uprising at fortress jail
Abstracts: 'I told them my name was Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. It was only a joke. But it cost me my freedom....'. 'I was trapped for five days with nothing to drink but the name of God.'
Abstracts: 'I told the soldier this was a church and he had no right to come in.'. Killing of baby by Jewish vigilantes ignites rural town
Abstracts: It only took 50 years .... The thankless task of caring for a Hollywood babe. All part of life's lottery
Abstracts: It pays to adverise. Oh no it doesn't. Don't neglect your 'soft' side. Ambitious? Stay at home
Abstracts: It pays to be smart in the City. London will stay a world centre. Knives sharpened as Sandler takes on savings giants
Abstracts: It pays to join the club. Logging on to the e-bank. Surf the Web for credit deals
Abstracts: It pays to keep students on course. LSE could take legal action over grant allocation. The narrowing gateway to knowledge
Abstracts: It pays to keep those career doors open. Sssh! Can you keep a secret? We're taking people on .... Coming out ahead in the recruitment battle
Abstracts: It's a chill wind that bodes higher insurance premiums. The car insurance price war is fizzling out. Paperless share dealing has arrived but private investors needn't panic
Abstracts: It's a dirty old World. Wodehouse secretly in pay of the Nazis, say MI5 files. Adams family values
Abstracts: It's a disgrace. The memory stealers. Racism won't affect our goals
Abstracts: It's a fashion statement, and nothing more. Don't turn a crisis into a drama. Left to their own devices
Abstracts: It's a free market on the nature of nurture. You can have too much cash. The blue Nineties
Abstracts: It's a glam sham. Get sporty (no treadmill required). Eat your heart out, Miss Marple
Abstracts: It's a great job Gordon, so get on and make the most of it. Flash Gordon gets off to a flying start. Labour's ruin or redemption lies with Gordon Brown
Abstracts: It's a hanging offence. Hanging out at The Hamptons. Cupid is alive and well ... and hanging out in a wine bar
Abstracts: It's a hard Act to follow through. Fancy being our man in China? Time to take care of business
Abstracts: 'It's a huge emotional effort. But I'm addicted ...' (playwright David Hare) All of a sudden ...
Abstracts: It's a jungle out there. It's life, but not as we know it. Stubbs's thoroughbred genius
Abstracts: It's all about learning how to learn. Tim Wood wants to expand his farm. His neighbours have objected. It will smell, they claim. But, he says, what on earth do they expect in the countryside?
Abstracts: It's all a question of Tone. In the belly of the Beasties. A clown called Alice
Abstracts: It's all in the blood. Too much teen spirit. From little monster to little angel: it's kid's play
Abstracts: It's all in the eye of the beholder. Pictures of war and peace. Top of the formalists
Abstracts: It's all make-believe. The Empire talks back. Despite 13 years' toil, the Bofors inquiry is set to fail
Abstracts: It's all right, love, I'm on the pill. Finding the right words. The female verdict on Viagra - it doesn't doanything for us
Abstracts: It's all yours, a big risk. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Looking for a healthy return
Abstracts: It's a Lottery - but Camelot has earned its dosh. Aunt Dot, siren of the Yorkshire Bronx. The holy war over a visionary in a cardigan
Abstracts: It's always life in the fast lane for the rollerblades. When it's always an emergency. 'I always thought I'd get cancer.'
Abstracts: It's a mad, bad world. Why's everybody always picking on me? Landscape with dead dogs
Abstracts: It's a mad, mad, mad, mad World. They think it's all over. It is now. Films ain't what they used to be
Abstracts: It's a miserable life when the volume's turned down. Chuff your way into a time capsule. With strings, but no hang ups
Abstracts: It's a simple case of lost principals. A crisp, clear Danish export. Ballet from the big country
Abstracts: It's a small world after all. Life in the Twiglet zone. Modernism with a human face
Abstracts: It's a thankless job - who'd be a head? Ethnic work ethic. Is selection good for the kids?
Abstracts: It's a tough job. Could you do it? Carers have a rewarding career path. Looking past the words in a conversation: a knowledge of body language helps you make a good first impression
Abstracts: It's a very strange play but I think I like it now. The bewitching Ms Bisset. Fatal attraction: in bed with Medea
Abstracts: 'It's a vunderful, vunderful book. Confessions of a vigilante. Totally awesome dudes? No way! Way!
Abstracts: It's a waste of money being hard on soft-drug users. The man from the ministry of culture. Any ideas to spare?
Abstracts: It's back to business at Oxford. Surprise boost for South-west. Pay-back time for business school
Abstracts: It's because we're rich that we must impose peace for others. Everyone wants to be a victim
Abstracts: 'It's been a very weird week.' (pop singer Jyoti Mishra)(Interview) A bunch of charlatans
Abstracts: It's been bleedin' marvellous. Thinking in the second-chance saloon. Wake up and smell the coffee
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