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Magazine articles on politics and society in the United Kingdom & Ireland.
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March 2004
Dick Kaser
Quid Pro Quo The British House of Commons is scheduled to hold its first hearings on the publication of scientific research. It will consider whether the way research is currently published and distributed limits access, whether the government should support open access journals, and related policy issues mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
February 3, 2004
Wendy McElroy
Did a False Condition Lead to False Abuse Charges? Diagnosing a mother as having MSBP is a tool often used by the state to remove children from the care of the parent, terminate parental rights or in the case of a child's death, charge the parent with murder. Now, due to a raging scandal in Britain, that diagnosis is being discredited. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
February 9, 2004
A Close Call For Britain's Tony Blair British Prime Minister Tony Blair survived his two-day political ordeal on Jan. 27-28. He won his parliamentary battle to hike university tuition fees, and he escaped blame in senior judge Brian Hutton's probe into the suicide of weapons expert David Kelly. mark for My Articles 140 similar articles
February 2, 2004
Stanley Reed
Will Tony Blair Dodge These Bullets? The countdown has begun to Tony Blair's High Noon. On Jan. 27, the House of Commons will vote on the Prime Minister's controversial proposal to nearly triple university fees, to about $5,400 a year. On Jan. 28, Brian Hutton, a respected senior judge, will release the report of his investigation into the death of weapons expert David Kelly. mark for My Articles 181 similar articles
Winter 2003/2004
James K. Wither
British Bulldog or Bush's Poodle? Anglo-American Relations and the Iraq War There are many factors beside Blair's leadership that helped to shape the British government's role in Iraq. This article addresses these issues and places them in historical context. mark for My Articles 738 similar articles
January 19, 2004
London's Mayor Is Back In Labour's Fold Tony Blair took a big bite of humble pie on Jan. 6 when he gave the green light for maverick London Mayor Ken Livingstone to be readmitted to the Labour Party. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
January 2004
Europe: BA/Iberia Link Approved A commercial alliance between British Airways and Iberia has won antitrust immunity from the European Commission, and a Brussels regulator said that a similar agreement between Alitalia and Air France is likely to be approved as well. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
December 15, 2003
More Troubles For Britain's Blair Tony Blair's credibility as Prime Minister is on the line in his battle to require British university graduates to pay about $5,100 per year in fees after entering the workforce. The measure has sparked a rebellion in his Labour Party. mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
November 18, 2003
Wendy McElroy
Fathers Protest Unjust Custody Laws The absurdity of a recent UK protest is nothing compared to the obscenity of a system that deprives fathers of their children and children of parental love. In the same vein as theatre of the absurd, politics of the absurd is emerging on the issue of child custody. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
November 24, 2003
Kerry Capell
Britain: Reform Fever Hits The City, Too Regulators want to end the cozy ties between fund managers and brokers. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
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