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Magazine articles on politics and society in the United Kingdom & Ireland.
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July 28, 2003
Cooper & Madigan
Britain: Will Lower Rates Give Manufacturing a Boost? The Bank of England's quarter-point rate cut on July 10, to a 48-year low of 3.5%, was surprising on two accounts. mark for My Articles 275 similar articles
July 15, 2003
Malcolm Wheatley
How IT Fixed London's Traffic Woes In a nation known for spectacular IT failures, a new traffic reduction scheme has gained global attention for its smashing success. The secret? Strong project management applied to well-designed systems. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
February 2003
Michael Valdez Moses
Wherever Green Is Worn? Multiculturalism in contemporary Ireland: a review of Multi-culturalism: The View from the Two Irelands, a brief book featuring essays by two of the island's most prominent literary critics: Edna Longley (who resides in Northern Ireland) and Declan Kiberd (who lives in the Republic). mark for My Articles 124 similar articles
January 15, 2003
Tina Brown
Death of a vivacious man of letters The death of an intellectual bon vivant draws fans, friends and Tony Blair, who is unafraid to mingle or pick up a lady's purse. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
January 2003
Charles Paul Freund
Artifact: News From Airstrip One Astonishing posters first graced London in October. They are a celebration of intrusion, via supposedly all-seeing surveillance cameras on London's buses, in the guise of increased security. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Bio-IT World
November 12, 2002
Sue Mayer
Are Gene Patents in the Public Interest? Two recent studies from Britain argue against the unbridled patenting of genes and raise tough ethical questions. mark for My Articles 583 similar articles
November 2002
Joyce Lee Malcolm
Gun Control's Twisted Outcome Restricting firearms has helped make England more crime-ridden than the U.S. mark for My Articles 270 similar articles
April 2002
Jacob Sullum
Pot Stops In the United States, it's clearly not true that no one gets arrested for smoking pot anymore. But it looks like that will soon be the case in Britain, home of Europe's harshest drug laws... mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
March 2002
James Morrow
Bye-Bye, Jury Britain is poised to eliminate almost two-thirds of all jury trials, according to a report in the New Statesman. New rules would allow a wide range of offenses (including any crime with a maximum sentence of less than two years) to be tried solely by a judge employed by the crown... mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
March 1, 2002
Quentin Fottrell
Pro-life, even in death Irish voters face a referendum that would prohibit abortion even when suicide is a health risk for the mother... mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
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