Abstracts: Led by a crazed poker player. Bully who pacified the Balkans. The West must keep the pressure on Macedonia or face a bloodbath
Abstracts: Lee Clegg is innocent, OK? What follows the triumph of Trimble? Three-way battle in town scarred by atrocity
Abstracts: Left becomes right as Le Pen infiltrates Red Belt. French Speaker 'is about to be indicted.' (Henri Emmanuelli, president of the French National Assembly will be charged with illegal political party funding)
Abstracts: Left behind from the very beginning? Seeing it all in a different light. For shame
Abstracts: Left behind? Roller-blades clue to a grey savings area of the future. Tired of all this miserable ME stuff
Abstracts: Left behind? Why the cascade of wealth has dried up. What's the big idea Tony?
Abstracts: Legacy of corrupt and ruthless dictator who built Versailles in the jungle. 'He was hard, ruthless and determined.'
Abstracts: Legal cover is no panacea. Lenders face inertia sales ban. Awash with forgotten money
Abstracts: Legal, decent, honest and banned from TV. Help! Why we like a decent proposal
Abstracts: Legal fight to save 'ecological cathedral'. Work-to-rule threatens tranquillity of forest idyll. Travellers who bought site fight eviction order
Abstracts: Legal leeches are bleeding the NHS. Poverty by a thousand cuts. Animal rights can damage your health
Abstracts: Leicester's space museum enters final countdown. How the MoD met modernism. Space station Leicester
Abstracts: Lena Zavaroni. Mark Sandman. John Phillips
Abstracts: Lenders get tough with singles. D'ya wanna be in my gang? Cultivating an electronic tree of knowledge
Abstracts: Lenin's bewildered heirs contemplate a lost kingdom. Kolya is a scientist. Nadya is a doctor. They and their five daughters live on 80 pounds sterling a month. No wonder they may vote Communist on Sunday
Abstracts: Len Lowe. Henny Youngman. Charlie Chester
Abstracts: Leo Jaffe. Dawn Steel. Michael Samuelson
Abstracts: Leopards that will spring out on Labour. Sorry Reynard, it's a human right to hunt. Eminently qualified - for some other job
Abstracts: Le Pen: a fear in Provence. Racism brews in a French thieves' kitchen. Greens can build on success in Provence
Abstracts: Lesbian tells of violent sex sessions. The horrific secrets of 25 Cromwell Street. Chilling tapes let court into mind of killer
Abstracts: Leslie A. Marchand. Jerome Robbins. Leslie Edwards
Abstracts: Less, not more, intervention is the key to jobs. German reforms trigger a seismic shift in Europe. Downsizing isn't always a dirty word
Abstracts: Lesson 1: respect the dead. 'It's often said that after a while you cease to be frightened of money, but it is equally true that you lose all respect for it.' (impact of collapse of merchant bank Barings)
Abstracts: Lesson one: girls want to have sex. Now art thieves aren't Raffles but riff-raff. Hail to thee, blithe spirit (But not if you live in Middle England)
Abstracts: Lessons from a violent death. Teachers are the best job advert. Is selection good for the kids?
Abstracts: Lessons from South Africa for peacemakers in Northern Ireland. Don't throw away the only hope of lasting peace in Northern Ireland
Abstracts: Lessons from the great crashes. This global bull market could run and run. Bond yields suggest that EMU is a fair bet
Abstracts: Lessons from the university of life. University must cut 1m pounds sterling to avert financial crisis. From hungry caterpillars to voracious bookworms
Abstracts: Lessons in how to love. A woman's work. Are you about to fall in love with this woman?
Abstracts: Lessons in how to love. Young lives under the gun. Real men don't get a look-in
Abstracts: Lessons of life in a tax haven. A culture shock Japan's banks will have to face. It's time for City folk to go clubbing again
Abstracts: Lessons to learn from the Malaysian model. Investment boosts economy. Mr Brown has been lucky, but his economic strategy is deeply flawed
Abstracts: Less show, more business. Making drama out of a crisis. Broadway's revival of the fittest
Abstracts: Lester Bowie. Freddy Randall. Johnny Coles
Abstracts: Lest the sun smite thee by day. Dressed for maximum exposure. All Yves about
Abstracts: Let British art go abroad. Good stories, free lunches and the Friday night drop. The rise of 'bedroom culture' spells trouble for our children
Abstracts: Let British art go abroad. I would rather the Pope went to Iraq than our warplanes. Believe it or not, the unions are back - and it's good news
Abstracts: Let children do the important homework: idling, dreaming, being themselves. King Tony, look over the palace gates
Abstracts: Let digital TV help the Church convey its message. The BBC is sending out the wrong signal on democracy. The story of my success
Abstracts: Let Dover stew in its disgusting narrow-mindedness and prejudice. Vote now - are the Hamiltons guilty?
Abstracts: Lethal epidemic is much larger than feared. Church repents over wartime silence. Time for real Euro democracy
Abstracts: Let Ken Livingstone stand - the better to see him defeated. Is there any more to Englishness than the Titfield Thunderbolt?
Abstracts: Let me tell you about being Scottish. The Union flag has had its day in the sun. Edinburgh's roads rage with contempt for New Labour
Abstracts: Let me tell you a story. The trials of being Ed Hamell. Cult folk heroines on the loose
Abstracts: Let private pockets pay. Uneasy silence in court. How Maxwell flies high as lawyers' fees soar past 4m pounds sterling
Abstracts: Let's be honest: we need to impose our imperial rule on Afghanistan. This plan sounds like a right royal recipe for disaster
Abstracts: Let science drive economic growth forward. Why it makes economic sense to pay us economists more. Migration is not just an economic benefit - it's a basic human right
Abstracts: Let's exchange addresses. New lease of life for an endangered species. A city that frowns on boom and bust
Abstracts: Let's face it, we've backed a real loser. It could be the most powerful 'minority' ever. Fearful, anxious, vociferous, often confused and sometimes violent. Meet the victims of the Nineties: men
Abstracts: Let's have a night in watching the Scophony. Make a bid for fame. Do not collect 200 pounds sterling. Collect 'Chutzpah.' (board games collecting)
Abstracts: Let's have no more bleating about the Bush. Exit stage left: the big cheese of people's theatre. Losing the plot at the National Theatre
Abstracts: Let's have no more bleating about the Bush. Rat with hand exits stage left. For sale: one prime location with dramatic prospects
Abstracts: Let's hear it for the brothel. Learning to look really hard. You can't blame it on the box
Abstracts: Let's keep our eyes on the Swedes. We're crying too much over spilt oil. Big is no longer beautiful
Abstracts: Let's keep the Government out of it. Bring back the wolf, for a forest to last a thousand years. Tough on the philosophy of crime
Abstracts: Let's not change into the Bull Ring. How far would you go for the sake of a child? Alders, apples and wild brown trout
Abstracts: Let's not help the US in its mission to become an unassailable world power. Piracy has always driven our policy in the Falklands
Abstracts: Let's not make a farce out of funding. It has taken a gamble to restore our heritage. What gives a good cause a bad name?
Abstracts: Let's open the doors. A fare deal for all. Deal 'em in
Abstracts: Let's pack Mr Mandelson off to a nice job in Brussels. Mandelson will fight Hartlepool at next election. Will Mr Mandelson's legacy be the end of New Labour?
Abstracts: Let's play at being doctors. You can play sitting down. My ape-droid won't play pat-a-cake
Abstracts: Let's prepare for rates to rise. Caution is key to a well-planned portfolio. Cannier ways to juggle with your cash
Abstracts: Let's privatise the Olympics. The high price of peace. Living in the shadow of fear
Abstracts: Let's stay chummy, Chomsky. Saint of the superhighway. The progressive pilgrim's gospel
Abstracts: Let's talk about sex. Scalpels at dawn. If this is casualty, it must be Christmas
Abstracts: Let's talk about you and me. Racism won't affect our goals. All I wanna do is have some fun
Abstracts: Letter smooths the way on Bosnia talks. A fig leaf for Major. Major wants tough, swift response if Serbs attack: Britain gives ground on Security Council resolution to enforce Bosnian no-fly zone
Abstracts: Let the Beeb rule the waves. Normal service will end shortly. (For good ...). The real game is global
Abstracts: Let the buyer beware ... their surveyor and solicitor. Going, going, gone - to the man with nerves of steel. The tortoise or the hare - which way to the best home?
Abstracts: Let the ceremony begin. Shakin' the tree. Buzz words
Abstracts: Let the City moan - the people's Budget is still a winner. Frustrated? Blame the Chancellor. Well-meaning, but gimmicks don't help entrepreneurs
Abstracts: Let the English voice be heard. Is Peter Mandelson as good as he thinks? Ulster: an issue suppressed
Abstracts: Let the farmers bleat. It is their own fault they are suffering. Don't let small farmers be forced out of business
Abstracts: Let the Martians come to us. Taste of things to come: the apple gene that will put the bite on foreigners. With portfolio, without magic wand
Abstracts: Let them eat Jaffa cakes. Can the vicious circle of dependency be broken? Children caught in a vicious circle
Abstracts: Let the music speak for itself. The dinosaurs that beat Darwin. Whatever happened to/all of The Stranglers? (just ask the sheep ...)
Abstracts: Let the people eat Borodinski. Prince's originals take the biscuit. In search of a Green grocer
Abstracts: Let the private sector take on more of our ailing health system's duties. Take childbirth off the conveyor belt
Abstracts: Let there be light. Evolving the human condition. Rethink begins into how the virus originated
Abstracts: Let the Royals join the queue for 'Britannia II.' (mixed views on plans for new royal yacht)(Column) When cool Britannia meets hard-headed economics
Abstracts: Let the viewers in on the game. Losing the plot at the National Theatre. Making space for theatre
Abstracts: Let this Sleeping Beauty lie. New adventures in choreography. The people's impresario
Abstracts: Letting to students is catching on again: how renting can benefit tenants and landlords. An Englishman's home is his companion
Abstracts: Let us now praise America for doing right by the Kosovars. We must turn Afghanistan's warlords into peacelords
Abstracts: Let us now praise the surprising success of multicultural Britain. The English have feelings, too
Abstracts: Let us show prisoners how to be human beings. The voice of the streets is worth hearing. Powerful beyond words
Abstracts: Le weekend break: the chain reactions. Listening to the call of the pistes. The one-horse town tackles tourism
Abstracts: Lewes Labour Party members defy Millbank by switching allegiance to keep the Tory out. The lethal bridge that claimed 67 lives of a coach party in search of almond blossom
Abstracts: Lewinsky's character under spotlight as ex-lover tells of sex 'obsession.' (mixed views on character of Monica Lewinsky, who alleges affair with President Bill Clinton)
Abstracts: Lewinsky's character under spotlight as ex-lover tells of sex 'obsession.' (mixed views on character of Monica Lewinsky, who alleges affair with President Bill Clinton) part 2
Abstracts: Lewinsky will confess to sex with Clinton in return for immunity. Privates on parade as sex harassment case turns ugly
Abstracts: Lew Schwarz. Peter Brough. Syd Lawrence
Abstracts: Libel trial hears war crimes denial. War crimes trial may follow ruling. War crimes witness withdraws claim on killings
Abstracts: Liberal Democrats have a noble tradition, but it needs redefining. Why PR is more than just a Liberal Democrat fetish
Abstracts: Liberal warmongers have a lot of awkward questions to answer. Who needs sex appeal anyway?
Abstracts: Liberte! Fraternite! Fromage! Crimes without passion. The green, white and orange tiger
Abstracts: Lie back and dream of England. These girls just wanna have fun. Bringing it all back home
Abstracts: Lies and whispers. Cherie Blair thrust in the spotlight by book and film. Promises, promises: has Blair really been a friend of the environment?
Abstracts: Lie that ignited a national scandal. Jury on the Hill takes up positions for the trial of the century. Clinton blow as lawyers told to testify
Abstracts: Life above the shop. Where there is darkness .... Say hello to the housebusters
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