Abstracts: It's blooming big business. She boldly went. But not for long .... How far can they lure us up the aisle?
Abstracts: It's crunch time as PepsiCo gets set to offer the Frito challenge. Josh Harris was the king of New York's Silicon Alley, a dot.com genius who made millions
Abstracts: Its first 100 days were rocky, but the euro's in rude health. How globalisation has improved governments
Abstracts: It's goodbye to Mr In-Between. Generous and sensible Major eats his words. Laid bare, Major is looking vulnerable
Abstracts: It's good to sing. Pointe of return. Old age gets hip
Abstracts: It's good to talk. But it costs. The death of the welfare state. Only the brave venture abroad
Abstracts: It's good to talk. Honestly. Was Aids transferred from chimps to humans by tainted polio vaccine? Surgeons separate conjoined twins after 16-hour operation
Abstracts: It's great to be straight. Birth control that could really stick. Too close for comfort - too far gone
Abstracts: It's hip to be square. The gospel truth. Uneasy-listening music
Abstracts: It should have been the mother of all free music festivals - and one in the eye for the hated Criminal Justice Act. But things soon started to go wrong
Abstracts: It's in London and it's a lovely white house on a hill (but not as you'd imagine it). Donna Karan wanted someone to make her look good
Abstracts: It's justice, but not as we know it. Should it be a crime to have a guilty past? Why Prescott should vote Tory
Abstracts: It's legalised internment - but welcome across Ireland. One woman shows southerners they have new friends in the north
Abstracts: It's life, Jim, but not as we know it. Mirror, mirror, on the wall. Simple pleasures
Abstracts: It's life, Sean, but not as we know it. Ballet is alive and well and living in Paris. 'On Sundays we go for walks and try to relax and not think about ballet.'
Abstracts: 'It's ludicrous that people stay away.' (impact of murder of tourists in Egypt) Why do you think they're called 'operators'?
Abstracts: It's more difficult than 1, 2, 3. Read, and the world's your fortune cookie. Teaching has not been so attractive for 30 years
Abstracts: It's more than tower blocks and junctions. Towards a better world. A-Z of degrees
Abstracts: It's my land and I'll do what I want with it. 'No Mum, you can't grow dope from a cutting.' (many people grow cannabis at home)
Abstracts: It's no holiday waiting in a sodden queue for passports. Plight of the gypsies Britain branded as scroungers. Anger at clerics' extremism as race attacks rise
Abstracts: It's none of our business any more. Q: What do Rwanda, Yemen, Palestine, Cambodia and Fiji have in common? A: They all want to fly the Commonwealth flag
Abstracts: It's not Ashcroft's millions the Tories need, it's coherent policies. New Labour's soap opera is doing some real damage
Abstracts: 'It's not cool to be a virgin at 16.'. 'You learn more and you get better at it.'. 'It's less rushed now that I'm older.'
Abstracts: It's not easy being a child genius. Could you walk away from a baby like this? Nicer work
Abstracts: It's not hot and there's no shots in it. The transformer. Covert operations
Abstracts: It's not just a question of pot luck. Pots without petunias? The concrete and the clay
Abstracts: It's not only war but global recession that should be worrying us all. A short, sharp recession - but recovery is already on the way
Abstracts: It's not sport, it's war. The 'granny creche': how to stop your workers being driven to distraction. Stubborn Mansell driven to distraction
Abstracts: It's not such a dog's life on the Island. Stuck? Try upwards or outwards. The 11 footballers on the right are hot property. But do they live in one?
Abstracts: It's not that easy to remove weapons from a community with a fetish for guns. This row about guns will not unravel the peace process
Abstracts: It's not the sex. It's the lies, and the tapes. 'I think you go too far in trying to criminalise my private life.' (edited text of President Bill Clinton's testimony to grand jury about relationship with Monica Lewinsky)
Abstracts: It's not the sex. It's the lies, and the tapes. She may be a tough cookie, but I don't have to stand by her man
Abstracts: It's Notting Hill, but not as I know it. Out of touch with the dull lives of most women. Keep abortion out of party politics
Abstracts: It's not violence that Middle England won't tolerate, it's police snooping. One year on, John Major remains the grey man
Abstracts: It's offensive to expect me to support the Hindujas just because I'm Asian. Where can we blacks holiday then?
Abstracts: It's OK mum, I'm not pregnant. Woman wins cost of surrogate baby after blunder leaves her childless. The 1 million pound sterling trials of this midwife could decide how your baby will be born
Abstracts: It's OK to be glamorous, Mr Brown. Gore? It's been done before. Time to put your head on the block, Mr Hogg
Abstracts: It's only frightening until you get here. ITV sport is tragic, says the former Saturday anchorman. That streak of white hair has spread, but he's still on the ball
Abstracts: It's only rock'n'roll, but they like it downloadable. The beat goes online. Different pitch, same goal
Abstracts: It's only rock 'n' roll. Rovers return. Eating Crow
Abstracts: It's only words 'n' all but I like it. Beyond the pale. Starting from Scratch
Abstracts: It's out with the old.... Big savings on the cards. Driving buses to the market
Abstracts: It's quality. It's designer. And it's yours for 45 pounds sterling. L is for ... London Fashion Week!
Abstracts: It's quick and easy when you know how. Coming out: it's as easy as ABC. Casting off from the easy life
Abstracts: It's raining in the fast lane. All you need is mud .... Grinding her axe
Abstracts: It's seldom where you want it to be. A cup that really cheers. Send Doris a message she cannot ignore
Abstracts: It's Show Time. Old Wien in new bottles. On the road to nowhere
Abstracts: It's simple, yet subtle. Smart Alex seeks stability. In on the act
Abstracts: It's socialism Tony, but not as you know it. The Stupid Party saves Tony Blair. It's going to be close, and only you know how close
Abstracts: It's so much better than marriage. The view from the guardroom. A much too private view
Abstracts: It's strangeness that sells. Tripping the light fantastic to the surface of the Sun. A new row evolves
Abstracts: It's suburbs, not cities, that stink. Europe's cities reach for the sky. A tale of two cities: ancient and modern
Abstracts: It's summer - and world leaders head for sun, sea and a little state business. God save us from our leaders
Abstracts: It starts with a hoax...it ends in havoc. Without flowers you can't say it. Delia runs wild in the bookshop
Abstracts: It's the end of the tax year, and time to make a resolution to give the Revenue less. Make this a Very Happy New Tax Year
Abstracts: It's the end of the world as we know it (but I feel fine). Read between the battle lines. Book launch with a difference
Abstracts: It's the heart of our democracy, and it's boring. Back in the souk again. Goodbye to Hong Kong, hello to a new prosperity
Abstracts: It's the jobless over-forties who really need help. A break-up to help avoid a meltdown. Help with their hang-ups
Abstracts: It's the new retro fashion for investment trusts. Forget Young Turk managers and stick with experience. Try out the tactics but stick with the strategy
Abstracts: It's the people's lottery, so let the people pick the winners. We can't even build a new football stadium these days
Abstracts: It still pays to think global. The tricky world of the trade in trusts. A world of opportunity
Abstracts: It's time for the Unionists to surrender a little bit of ground. Now the IRA must show that it means business
Abstracts: It's time for women to turn the tables. They gave me a C - but I deserved an A, didn't I? Warming up the welcome
Abstracts: It's time students learnt to pay. The money that went to school and home again. Head teachers still sceptical over opting out
Abstracts: It's time to check your investments. Just how well do you know your manager? You can't manage all alone
Abstracts: It's time to cry farewell to the beloved country. What if the answer is no? SA killing machines is still ticking over
Abstracts: It's time to ditch the dirt. They all but ate me alive. No jacket required
Abstracts: It's time to face the facts: Scottish devolution is a complete disaster. Resist the depression industry
Abstracts: It's time to lighten up. Elizabeth Hilliard. UK: ARGOS RECRUITS HILLIARD
Abstracts: It's time to review arms industry's 4bn pounds sterling subsidy. MPC's new dove ruffles some feathers over sterling
Abstracts: It's time to set the cliches free. The showman cometh. The power behind the throne
Abstracts: It's tough being an optimist. Making a sequel to the Good Friday agreement. Indignant priest recalls the last rites in Bogside
Abstracts: 'It struck me it could have been the same car that had run her down. A match, some turps, a boy and his school
Abstracts: It suits bin Laden if we call him the head of World Terror Inc. What Muslim would write:'The time of fun and waste is gone'?
Abstracts: It takes toucan to salsa. 'Please don't tinkle on my piano.' (entertainer Russ Conway)(Interview) Talking to the shah of Oran
Abstracts: It was all in the head. Something funny's going on. Meet the new Les Dawson
Abstracts: It was an intruder. It was a kidnapper. It was her mother. It was her brother. Savage Klan killing stuns America
Abstracts: It was a trip into the unknown, even for the doctors. A freedom of speech. The $60m frontiersman
Abstracts: It was Birt and it hurt. Revitalised but not privatised. A long and winding road to the top
Abstracts: It was like molten gold: a wave of perfect love swept through me. 'I want you to tell me that you love me.' (actor Roy Scheider tells of changing relationship with father)(Revelations)
Abstracts: It wasn't all brimstone and treacle. Warning from the profit of doom. One man's recipe for eternal life
Abstracts: 'It wasn't right but it had to be done. There was a war going on.'. Much can go wrong, but more looks right
Abstracts: It will be a time of wars, willies and the World Cup. Lots of lovely news, in fact. China: Fragile relations, handle with care
Abstracts: It will erode sovereignty, but it's inevitable. Good vibrations in Mexico City. Pocket guide to beating the Trap
Abstracts: It will strike at any time. It may have struck already. Invisible, indestructible, indescribably violent. And even if you're the most powerful nation on earth, all you can do is sit and wait for it, or run for cover. This is the neverending story of the hurricane
Abstracts: It will take more than a few targets to make the NHS fitter. Mr Hague can exploit all this dithering on the family
Abstracts: It would all come out in the wash. Hockney's Sunday best. All that is solid melts into air
Abstracts: It would be a disaster if Labour wins the election by another landslide. What sort of 'radicalism' can we expect from the Labour manifesto?
Abstracts: I used to run a restaurant. A different class of bond. The Green Shoots by Hockney, Miro and Matisse
Abstracts: 'I've always dreamt I could still walk.'. The return of the smoothie. 'Her music helped me back to reality.'
Abstracts: I've been itching to tell you .... The fragrant scent of war. Switch on to Jesus
Abstracts: I've been possessed by the devil, too. The cure for sea sickness? Land of hope and obesity
Abstracts: I've decided to kill myself. Well, not really, I'm only joking. My life with Richard Desmond
Abstracts: I've got a feel for my automobile. Put the car culture into reverse. How a small car hit the big time
Abstracts: 'I've got a Jaguar sports car. I really ought to drive a Hyundai but I can't give up my Jag.'. 'The public's perception of used car dealers is something we have to struggle against.'
Abstracts: I've got my own project to do (sniff). From Russia with pips. Bye bye baby, for now
Abstracts: I've had the Oscars, show me London. Dreams are made of this. The man who turned Madonna into a Goth
Abstracts: 'I've never had such a fright in my life.'. On the lookout for glamour. 'We only had one row the entire trip.'
Abstracts: I've seen the future and it makes me smoke. Society is losing a civilising habit. Our biggest problems are not heroin, cocaine and cannabis
Abstracts: 'I've told them that Emma is in heaven.' (reactions in Dunblane, Scotland, to shootings at local primary school)
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