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Britain
Carwyn Jones: A mountain to climb
Uplifting Mr J
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Professional and business services: To the rescue
Dress-down Fri
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Professional and business services: To the rescue
Dress-down Fri
Thu, 10 April 2014 14:59:08 GMT

Britain
Nuclear decommissioning: A glowing review
SWILLING around murky ponds in th
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Lads' mags: Nuts goes tits up
After a decade of delighting
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Official statistics: Con census
WHEN the first results of the 2011 census were published, almost two years ago, the most striking discovery was straightforward. Britain’s population, it turned out, was around 500,000 bigger than statisticians had thought. For all that Britons ar
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Overseas students: How to ruin a global brand
BRITAIN’S private schools are one
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Scottish independence: Nothing sticks
THE campaign to take Scotland out of the United Kingdom has taken a terrific beating of late. In February the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats ganged up to declare that an independent Scotland could not share the pound. José Manuel
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Language: Great Scots!
Wee, sleekit, cowr
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Commuting: Metroland spreads out
BORIS JOHNSON, t
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Ever-smaller offices: Pressed suits
“PROJECT gold” and “Project Nexu
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Politics: Winding down
PARLIAMENT feels different from u
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Internship
Internship: The Britain section is looking for an intern to work for several months this summer. Applicants should send a CV and an article of 600-700 words suitable for publication in the section. A stipend will be paid. Applicat
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:38 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: The pinstriped proletarian
IT WAS so dark, when Bagehot first met Nigel Farage outs
Thu, 03 April 2014 14:57:37 GMT

Britain
The NHS: Health reform in a cold climate
“WITH the Conservatives there wil
Thu, 27 March 2014 15:58:22 GMT

Britain
International broadcasting: Foreign losses
IT IS “perhaps Britain’s greatest
Thu, 27 March 2014 15:58:22 GMT

Britain
Media law: Data lock
JOURNALISTS around the world (including this newspaper) self-interestedly cheered when England’s libel laws changed last year. It is now harder for rich foreigners to use London courts to silence their critics and easier for editors to invoke the
Thu, 27 March 2014 15:58:21 GMT

Britain
Jon Cruddas: The sage of Dagenham
“FISH TANK” is a gritty art-h
Thu, 27 March 2014 15:58:21 GMT

Britain
Teachers’ pay: The going rate
PUPILS in England are getting used to unscheduled breaks. On March 26th the National Union of Teachers (NUT) struck in protest at an overhaul of pay structures that is due to begin in September. This will end automatic pay rises for senior staff,
Thu, 27 March 2014 15:58:21 GMT

Britain
BSkyB’s drama offensive: Home grown
Fighting for anoth
Thu, 27 March 2014 15:58:21 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: History trumps democracy
MARY, a middle-aged mother of two
Thu, 27 March 2014 15:58:21 GMT

Britain
Debating Europe: The third man
IT WAS bound to be a one-sided fi
Thu, 27 March 2014 10:35:03 GMT

Britain
Labour’s response: Worlds apart
STRATEGISTS in the Labour Party used to imagine Britons spread along a bell curve of political views. A few hard-right and hard-left voters occupied the two extremes, with the line rising to a high peak in the centre. On this crest dwelled such cr
Thu, 20 March 2014 11:34:12 GMT

Britain
Housing: Modest plans
WHEN George Osborne is spotted outside Westminster, he is very often making an appearance on a building site, wearing a fluorescent safety jacket. It was no surprise to hear him claim once again, in his budget speech on March 19th, that “We’re get
Thu, 20 March 2014 11:34:11 GMT

Britain
Pricing carbon: Floored
IT TAKES a particular kind of
Thu, 20 March 2014 11:34:10 GMT

Britain
Pensions: Pot luck
Thanks George
Thu, 20 March 2014 10:34:13 GMT

Britain
The budget: Not for turning
FOR most of George Osborne’s tenu
Thu, 20 March 2014 10:34:08 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: General Osborne
“NOW this is not the end. It is n
Thu, 20 March 2014 10:04:11 GMT

Britain
Internal migration: Not on your bike
“RIFF-RAFF”, Ken Loach’s 199
Thu, 20 March 2014 16:01:13 GMT

Britain
High-speed rail: Supersonic
Both on and of
Thu, 20 March 2014 16:01:13 GMT

Britain
Bob Crow: The last walkout
The trainstopp
Thu, 13 March 2014 16:00:43 GMT

Britain
Labour and Europe: Europhile and proud
TWO recurring European nightmares
Thu, 13 March 2014 16:00:43 GMT

Britain
Food crime: A la cartel
Crime and nourishm
Thu, 13 March 2014 16:00:43 GMT

Britain
Solar farms: Blue steel
Let’s take it
Thu, 13 March 2014 16:00:43 GMT

Britain
Police oversight: Missing a beat
Busier days
Thu, 13 March 2014 16:00:43 GMT

Britain
Business investment: From a spark to a flame
AS THE economy heats up, George O
Thu, 13 March 2014 16:00:43 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: The kindest cut
IN HIS scrupulously modest office
Thu, 13 March 2014 16:00:43 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: A great place to be a spy
INSIDE the vast, doughnut-shaped
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
Defence strategy: Missing in action
WHAT kind of armed forces does Br
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
Gangster memoirs: Gift of the grab
EVERYBODY has a book in them, but former criminals seem to have more than most. In January the second autobiography from Charlie Richardson, the self-proclaimed “hardest man in south London”, who died in 2012, was released. “The Last Gangster: My
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
The film industry: Too little space
“Gravity”, a thriller set in orbi
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
Street food: Sandwich spread
ON A cold, blustery morning at Ca
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
High-stakes gambling: A risky business
BOOKMAKERS are an easy target for politicians seeking a quick win. On March 2nd Maria Miller, the culture secretary, promised tougher regulation of high-stakes gaming machines, which allow betting-shop punters to wager up to £300 ($500) per minute
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
Prostitution: Caveat emptor
Going down
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
Home improvement: Down tools
BY EIGHT o’clock
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
Campaign organisers: The political genie
ROBIN MCGHEE’s desk is a library
Thu, 06 March 2014 16:01:17 GMT

Britain
Immigration: No country for poor men
SHOULD the British government be
Thu, 27 February 2014 16:07:00 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: Wooing Mrs Merkel
A CENTURY ago Britain made a new
Thu, 27 February 2014 16:07:00 GMT

Britain
The North Sea: Running on fumes
NORMALLY Britain’s politicians wo
Thu, 27 February 2014 16:07:00 GMT

Britain
Monetary policy: A long low note
CENTRAL bankers have a reputation for snatching away the punch bowl just as the party gets going. So, almost as soon as Britain’s economy started to recover, commentators and markets started fretting about when interest rates would rise. Mark Carn
Thu, 27 February 2014 16:07:00 GMT



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