Blog entries

The bishop's gambit

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Trivium quiz

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I love the British Empire

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The Peter Principle

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The shifting battleground

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Labour still struggling with maths

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Politics as snooker

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Nobel peace effort

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Obama is losing it

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Book review: The Other Boleyn Girl

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McCain wins

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A simple proposal

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Running six months ahead

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Predictions for Tsunami Tuesday

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Media stereotypes

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The GOP race

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Iron my shirt

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It's endorsement time

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Responses to the Bhutto assassination:

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How to read Iowa

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The most experienced candidate

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Geeks alive

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Iran's nuclear weapons programme

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Gordon made me do it

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Reading the Fourth Amendment

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The tectonic plates are shifting

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Could bird flu change the world?

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Could bird flu change the world?

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Time to go

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Youtube killer

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Early state endorsements

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How to choose a running mate

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News in the MSM

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Whyfore the LibDems?

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Time to play politics

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Decontaminating the brand

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Cameron's speech

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Brown blinks

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The wrong answers

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Let me be the first to predict it

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The solution to a problem: denial

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Sixteenth century Jerry Springer

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The NY Times redefines 'lawless'

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There's not going to be an election

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Joint Peace Jirga 'a success'

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Progress in Pakistan - but Obama could still ruin it

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Improving airports

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Turning the corner

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Job interviews for President

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The role of the Vice-President

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Housing shortage

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What is this 'society' thing anyway?

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The sample of one

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Sometimes the world changes

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All the way to the conventions

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Against the word 'legalisation'

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It seems I am a 'have a go hero'

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2Q fundraising

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A prosecution still required

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First fundraising stats

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Strategies for the compressed campaign

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The next cabinet

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Okay, I was wrong

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Gordon tries to coalesce

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Bloomberg and the White House

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Feral beasts

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The rivals continue to fight

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Conservative policy on grammar schools

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A last word on the local election results

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Fighting the Cyberwars

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Putin's war on NATO

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Charlie Rangel's nostalgia for the USSR

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On the benefits of debating

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So, who IS the world's most famous Belgian?

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What a jolly wheeze

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McCain turns up to work

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Brown's cabinet

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Labour's Deputy Leadership

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Guess which country

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Where next for Prezza?

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Eric Dondero for Congress

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The Liberal Democrats stutter on

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What Tony could do next II

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What Tony could do next

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How to judge a candidate

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For all those who think oil companies secretly run the world . . .

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If I could travel in time

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Facing down apocalypse

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Congress shall . . .

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Independent candidates

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Having it both ways

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A disastrous trend

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What's the point?

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Suspicious regularity

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How do you define a 'civil war'?

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The summer spike in terrorism - did it ever happen?

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Iraq Index

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Big bother

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A political rock star?

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"Give and act blue"

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Joe Biden runs for President (again)

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Return of the draft

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The Adams moment

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Of disabled anatidae

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Bias in the wider media

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Left, right, and the BBC's corporate agenda

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Death or life?

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The Green vote

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Racism in the US elections

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Sanford for President

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Deja vu

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The merits of online petitions

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Souter is right and Thomas is wrong

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Lancet lies

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A veil between state and society

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Is culture genetically transmitted?

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The long goodbye

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How to make foreign policy

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Iranian women

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Judging judges

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Apologies?

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Democrats and the Draft

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Dick Cheney's importance

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Dealing with North Korea

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Surveillance and the First Amendment

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Don't Democrats have consciences?

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A night of interesting primaries

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Unindicted co-conspirators

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What Joe Lieberman could cost the Democrats

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The return of Governor Moonbeam

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Fidel Castro

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Who's dying

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Reshuffling the primary timetable

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competing with the French

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Bribing the mathematically challenged

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If Levy is guilty, how can Blair be innocent?

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On the causes of deficits

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Self-defence

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Smoking and the law

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The Falklands back in the news

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The meaning of diversity

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Supermarkets on Sundays

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Guns and violence

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Turning the corner

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Zarqawi

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The value of monarchy

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The Book of Mormon

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Another Clinton

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Invasion leader killed in Iraq

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Stop press: Blanco talks sense!

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The 'developing' world

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What if . . . ?

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Ad hominem

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Kennedy to sue police

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Clinton or McCain: who would nuke Iran?

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So what was wrong with Jack Straw?

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Another botched reshuffle

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Healing the brand

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Disappointing Economist

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Resignations required?

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Fighting for his life . . .

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Are Lieberman's days as a Democrat numbered?

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Three rules for Zarqawi

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Patrick Fitzgerald and Scooter Libby

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Rumsfeld and Powell

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So what was he doing there?

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Iran, Iraq and Syria . . . where next?

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Urban myths on Iran

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The trouble with failed politicians . . .

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The Kennedys and war

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The news not fit to print

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Time for a political Treasury Secretary

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The departure of Tom DeLay

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Caspar Weinberger

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Schwarzeneggar for President

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Murdoh sees blogs on the horizon

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France is revolting

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Mid term elections

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Cheating the verdict

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Al Gore on Iraq

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The truth about Guantanamo: the news that's not fit to print

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A palaver about human rights

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Monopoly is wrong, right?

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Time to go . . .

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Accidental injuries

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LibDem by-election triumph

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The trouble with judges

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Boehner's victory

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Subtle and nuanced

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What if the LibDems split?

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Has the LibDem meltdown finished?

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The real solution to corruption

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What does Iran tell us about Iraq

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Chaos descends into meltdown

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Where would Cameron pray for a by-election?

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Canada's election

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Does it matter that Campbell is Scottish?

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More Liberal chaos

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Liberal pulls out of Liberal leadership campaign

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What exactly is experience?

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The return of tyranny

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The fallout from corruption

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What is the point of the Liberal Democrats?

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The Kennedy assassination

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Predictions for 2006

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Double standards in the mainstream media

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Persons of the Year

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Best of the Web

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The greatest generation

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Election turnout figures

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Little by little

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The Iraqi elections

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Shadow Cabinet

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The trial of Saddam

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UN Secretary General

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Pensions choices

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How to swing an election

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Funding Christmas

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The 'right' to resistance

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knight Ridder

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The Plame kerfuffle

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Internet governance

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Destroying Britain's railways

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When is justice not truly justice?

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Tuesday's elections

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The Supreme Court and Federalism

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David Blunkett resigns

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David Blunkett

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The presumption of innocence

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The next justice

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The 78% barrier

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Assad and Annan teeter on the brink

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Civilisation is coming home

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The bridge to nowhere . . .

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If Cameron wins . . .

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Leadership, but where?

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Syria - the deadline tightens

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Internet "governance"

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Iraq and the support for constitutional progress

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Learning from Michael Howard

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Sihpol & Spitzer

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Sudden death in Syria

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An election quorum?

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Finally listening . . .

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An entertaining blog

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Gonzales vs Raich revisited

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Time for an American Foreign Legion?

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A Lib-Con Pact?

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The future of Syria

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Regime change and self defence

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The Conservative Leadership

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Polish election results

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The secret election

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Governing Germany II

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The danger of safety

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Governing Germany

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Bush, Blanco, Nagin and opinion polls

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The malign influence

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Partisan politics and the constitution

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Koizumi triumphs

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Nagin, Blanco and the Giuliani effect

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Koizumi and Japan Post

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The German election

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New New Orleans

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Anglo-Saxon democracy

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The Sunnis and federalism

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Flat tax in Germany?

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Cindy Sheehan

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William Weld

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Iraq body count

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Paris in August

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Oil prices

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Cherie Booth for Parliament?

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Robin Cook

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Baroness Nicholson and the Simple Truth

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The future fall in the price of oil

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It is time to stop pretending

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Shooting to kill

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Gerry Adams and the IRA

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War of the Worlds

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Sir Edward Heath

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Karl Rove and Valerie Plame

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Living in denial

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I'm back

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Gerhard Schroeder

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Academic success and the White House

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Unmarried couples

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Gordon Brown

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Eminent domain

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Long fraud trials

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The Supreme Court and the tenth amendment

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Victory in Lebanon

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Religious hatred

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Welcome to my unpoliced conversation

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Oh dear

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Howard Dean

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Beyond reasonable doubt

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Conservative leadership election

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The courtesies of debate

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Regime change in Korea

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Debt cancellation is not the answer

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Transforming the euro

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The future of the euro

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European & American constitutions

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Airbus and Boeing

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Non, nee, never

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Conservative leadership

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The BBC : starting a kerfuffle about words

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The autopsy has begun - the patient is expected to die on Sunday

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Lessons of the referendum campaign

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The Conservative leadership election

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German poll could swing the French referendum

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Gerhard Schroeder and the search for scapegoats

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So what are judges for?

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The joy of Usenet

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George Lucas is unbelievable

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Tax reform

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The nuclear option

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The Michael Jackson trial

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George Galloway

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The Shadow Cabinet

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Oliver Letwin

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Can we block ID cards?

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The problem for Labour

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The problem for the Lib Dems

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The problem for the Conservatives

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Who wins loses

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Catholic governance

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Terri Schiavo

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Inciting religious hatred

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Total recall

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Labour's plan for forced marriages

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Selling eggs to infertile women

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Hate speech

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Is this opportunism I see before me?

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