Abstracts: Labour or Tory, we want to talk. Jack Lynch. Sir Robert Southey
Abstracts: Labour's best future is in its past. What will happen when New Labour is old hat? This is how Labour can win
Abstracts: Labour's best future is in its past. You call that republicanism? Ask the people? Not in Britain
Abstracts: Labour's big, bad idea. Labour's mission is power, not the poor. ... and why Labour is stumbling
Abstracts: Labour set for battle over company tax. 'Make the audit an inside job.' (role of external auditors in Scotland)
Abstracts: Labour's guru gives warning on jobs market inequality. We have to add social capital to the free market equation
Abstracts: Labour's Irish question mark. Hard-liners surge in Northern Irish poll. At the crossroads of Irish history
Abstracts: Labour's likely lad. New voting system 'faces 8-year delay.' (United Kingdom electoral reform) Middle England pays for a forgettable penny package
Abstracts: Labour's likely lad. Six disasters; 368 people dead; no successful prosecutions. Now the Government acts. Summer of discontent as jobs vanish
Abstracts: Labour's offer to Sinn Fein was not naive or a gaffe. History shows that a Tory leader plays the Orange card at his peril
Abstracts: Labour's peerless performer. While Robin Cook fails to live up to his advance billing, look out for John Prescott
Abstracts: Labour's poll lead leaves the outcome in doubt. Tories need a late surge to retain power. Why our poll predictions failed to reflect the vote
Abstracts: Labour's proposals aren't radical enough for the City. Weak sterling overshadows market hopes. Rail rhetoric overshadows new Labour partnerships
Abstracts: Labour's slippery offering to the people of Scotland. And then I woke up. Where will we be in 2010? Ask the experts
Abstracts: Labour's Teutonic ties not so strong after all. A political vision on the road to Blackpool. Are the waves coming or going?
Abstracts: Lack of appetite for minnows to keep shares looking sweet. Stocks tumble across the globe. The good news that shook investors
Abstracts: Ladbroke joins offshore betting rush. Liberty has designs on a future as world name in luxury. Keeping it open was simply not an option, says troubleshooter
Abstracts: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Broadcasting House. Power to the people. Margate: city of dreams
Abstracts: Lady of the house. An invitation to explore a different kind of space. It all started with the chicken dance
Abstracts: Lady Penelope goes to Borehamwood; after 27 years, Thunderbirds are still go. Their creator is touring Britain
Abstracts: Lady through the looking-glass. 'I became a kind of femme fatale.'. The thinking man's Julia Roberts
Abstracts: Lady Tryon. The backwater bag lady. Lady Holland-Martin
Abstracts: Lafontaine goes into a wilderness. Nazi who helped in genocide goes free. One hundred days of farce
Abstracts: Lafontaine goes into a wilderness. Pope defeats his abortion rebels. Revealed: how Nazis stubbed out smoking
Abstracts: Laid bare, Major is looking vulnerable. Egg-bound in this Tory pudding. After the euphoria, the Norma option
Abstracts: Lamont delays the pain with three-year gamble. Lamont facing Bundesbank clash. Lamont may cut spending: post-election emphasis on tighter fiscal policy heralds Cabinet battles
Abstracts: Lamont expected to put off raising taxes until December. Paying the price for club membership. Growth prediction halved
Abstracts: Lamont tells MPs of his 'uncomfortable experience.' (former UK Chancellor Norman Lamont's speech about the credibility of the government) (Transcript)
Abstracts: Lancashire's own Mexican revolution. Austin - allegro country. Driving out the boomtown brats
Abstracts: Landfill sites linked to risk of birth defects. 'If they can bomb us once, they can do it again.'. Conspiracy of silence behind the needless death of 35 infants
Abstracts: Landlord, tell us a tale of old Ireland. Playboys of the Emerald Isle. Dabbling in the gene pool
Abstracts: Landmine fear as traffic jam queues to get home. Thousands more herded into wagons. Macedonia 'walking tightrope' to avert Balkan war
Abstracts: Land of milk and money. Numbers go up and jobs go down. Women get the jobs but still miss the top
Abstracts: Land of milk and money. Quitting? don't burn your boats. Money pours into the railways and a wealth of career chances for the young engineer arrives
Abstracts: Land of milk, honey and hi-tech. Clouds hang over long-term future of PC companies. UK: MORE PROFIT WARNINGS FROM TECHNOLOGY FIRMS
Abstracts: Land of missed opportunity. For Alvar Aalto, a cool centenary celebration. In the eye of the beholder
Abstracts: Lands united by thriving legacy of imperialists. Portugal's children reap bitter harvest. A terrible thirst in Torremolinos
Abstracts: LA police rocked by new claims of brutality. Jail guards 'ran brutal regime.' (brutality at Corcoran State Prison in California)
Abstracts: LA racial tensions flare over 'tag killing.' (Latinos protest against failure to press charges against white man who killed a Latino youth)
Abstracts: Large domestic appliances. Unilever. Electrolux
Abstracts: Last appeal to a lost empire. Within sight of justice. 'Eyeless babies' case goes to US
Abstracts: Last bastions of flat-cap life open up to women. Harrison's passions: from Hare Krishna to gardening. 'He must eat a bloody great slice of humble pie.'
Abstracts: Last call for the captains in blue. Council's 'wasted' 20m pounds sterling demolition. For the railwaymen, breaking up is hard to do
Abstracts: 'Last chance' to save Earth. Global warming gets cold shoulder. Britain fails to impress greens
Abstracts: Last frontier for culture vultures. Brush up on your figures. Carbon steel and macho appeal
Abstracts: Last hope on Death Row: call McCloskey. The last word from the first man of chat. Here at the last chance saloon
Abstracts: Last hostages are freed as Serb shelling kills seven. Sarajevo Serbs pack for final exodus. Deep frozen out and still beyond the Pale
Abstracts: Last look at our dazzling neighbour. By Jove, I think we'll make it! Come in, Valeri and Yelena, your time is up
Abstracts: Last of the great shipyards may die. Kidnapped, held to ransom and taxed: a close encounter of the Maoist kind
Abstracts: Last plea from Equitable. Equitable deal offers 'stability, not nirvana.'. After Equitable, which way now?
Abstracts: Last rites for the Masai. Sun daze in Kerala. Nightmare of getting to do an 'e.' (communicating electronically from a hotel room)(survey on business travel)
Abstracts: Last rounds of the regeneration game. Left to his own devices. Focus of attention
Abstracts: Last stand of man who hooked millions. Crippling legacy of interminable civil war. Indian turns its back on Western ways
Abstracts: Last supper at the bribery banquet. The blagger's banquet. Is he the spider or the fly?
Abstracts: Last tack to Hong Kong. Oslo flexes its cultural muscle. Oslo refuses to change tack on whales
Abstracts: 'Last week brought it all back.'. 'Love is stronger than death.'. A marriage made in heaven, that ended in hell...
Abstracts: Last words to hijackers: Wear clean clothes and seek God's forgiveness. Banks in spotlight as key suspect is arrested in Chicago
Abstracts: Late bloomer. Killing us softly with his song. Where Darwin evolved the big theory
Abstracts: Latest trains take blame The long and winding railroad. UK: MOVE TO SCRAP TPWS
Abstracts: Laughing all the way to a prime-time deal. Sharon, Tracey... Oswald. Contentious? Moi?
Abstracts: Laughing all the way to the bank. Tricky costs of current accounts. Mortgaging your life away
Abstracts: Law catches up with rogue landlords. Victory for leaseholders as landlords are brought to book. The landlords from hell who exploit a lax law
Abstracts: Lawmen armed and positively dangerous. Pornography is a feminist issue. Berlusconi consolidates his rule over the Italian air waves
Abstracts: Law of the jungle takes over as the killers begin to be hunted down. Another good Friday dawns and...
Abstracts: Law students, free at last. A higher degree of postgraduate debt. Counting the cost of qualification
Abstracts: Lawyers argue over nurses' 'blood money.' (British nurses convicted of murder in Saudi Arabia) Anatomy of a brutal murder that ruled out clemency plea
Abstracts: Lawyers' sinister death that still haunts Ulster. A rare moment to celebrate as Ulster's old absolutes crumble
Abstracts: Lawyers' sinister death that still haunts Ulster. We may need the Americans, but peace will still come. Finally, a future that can defeat the past
Abstracts: Laying the ghost of Peter. It's all Greek to them. Classical DVDs finally come of age
Abstracts: Lazards corporate surgeon seeking the best blood in investment banking. Heads roll at Hambros over Co-op bid
Abstracts: Lead by example. Take your pick of the bunch. Holidays: the perfect time to go to school?
Abstracts: Leader-member exchange: antecedents and consequences of the cadre and the hired hand. Managing sales performance through a comprehensive performance appraisal system
Abstracts: Leadership practices in sales managers associated with the self-efficacy, role clarity, and job satisfaction of individual industrial salespeople
Abstracts: Leadership style and sales performance: a test of the situational leadership model. Drug abuse in the sales force
Abstracts: Leaders in selling and sales management. Leaders in selling and sales management: Lee A. Iacocca. Leaders in selling and sales management: Peter Fischer
Abstracts: Leading from the front. There are 499 stories in the ever expanding world of opera. This has been one of them ...
Abstracts: Leading Tories examine merits of a pact with Unionist MPs. Seething Irish anger after Unionist victory. Protestant dies in hail of Unionist bullets
Abstracts: 'League tables' aim to spur local debate. A man who would face both ways. Mrs Beckett is armed and ready to do battle
Abstracts: League tables - love them or hate them, they're here to stay. A taste of economics on a Saturday morning
Abstracts: Leah Betts link to triple killing. 'My Zulu boy was legally abducted.' (Salome Stopford, foster mother of Zulu boy sent to South Africa, will fight to have him returned to the UK)(Interview)
Abstracts: Leap of faith by the men of God. Keeping faith in the system. Defender of the faith
Abstracts: Learning at the chalkface. 'There's one hell of a crisis out there.' (teaching profession attracts fewer young people; includes case studies)
Abstracts: Learning for life, and life for learning. Beyond good and evil. A learning experience that's beyond belief
Abstracts: Learning how to be the boss. Cross the channel and think international. So, is the cheque in the postgrad?
Abstracts: Learning how to make play pay. Maurice stages a talent raid. Long-distance hurdler
Abstracts: Learning is hard when you're too weak to eat. Couch potatoes? Not us .... How schoolchildren slouch off to a bad start
Abstracts: Learning the A-P-C of computer hardware. Tune in with a new-look ELViS. The Apple of the fashionable user's eye
Abstracts: Learning to go with the flow. Get me to Alton Towers on time. Let's talk about you and me
Abstracts: Learning to live in a world of falling prices. Now, more than ever, we need to keep China happy. Japanese disease may be spreading quicker than we had feared
Abstracts: Learning to live with recessions. Recession talk will stop the real thing. Our economic slowdown could be the South Downs or the Matterhorn
Abstracts: Learning to love carbuncles. Do we need postmen? Do we need Comic Relief?
Abstracts: Learning to love the Lottery. The Camelot Two, the 3m pounds sterling question, and how a mislaid lottery ticket has divided the nation
Abstracts: Learning with London as the classroom. A band of forgotten heroes. The fall and rise of modern architecture
Abstracts: Learn to drive: all over again. Learn them to speak proper, like. On Tuesdays we learn about break-ins
Abstracts: Learn to out-deal the dealers. A banger fit for a K1NG. A dinosaur that does not deserve to die
Abstracts: Leave or die, machete mobs tell Borneo settlers. Don't throw away the only hope of lasting peace in Northern Ireland
Abstracts: Lebanon dreams of peaceful connections. Building a new Lebanon ravages its Ottoman treasures. Chirac rekindles a very dear friendship
Abstracts: Lebanon's ancient temple of music. The fabulous, fabulous world of Kemp. A destroyer of myths
Abstracts: Lebanon turns the screw on the Palestinians who cannot 'go home'. Exiles the world forgot bemoan fate
Abstracts: Le Comte de Paris. Roger Quilliot. Yves Mourousi
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