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LivingDiary: July 2002
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04 Proudhon and Property, Reader reaction - Blunkett: Prisoner of Home Office - UK: increasingly repressive society? - Barnett Formula: key Treasury leaks - Stagnation in UK Local Government - Abusing the concept of "contract"
320 Creative Political TitbitsCollapsing Economies Missing International Corporate Reform Compulsory ID Cards Regionalisation: Dispersal of Power Drugs Law Reform Labour & the Trade Unions Railtrack: Real Revolution lies ahead Do Children have no rights?
330 Ireland: My love affair with Ireland
331 Drugs Reform: What Labour should do now
332 Murky Merck: Accounts fiddled, to increase turnover
333 Does the Government still recognise what is socialist, and what is not?
334 Structures & Systems: I am a systems man
335 Gordon Brown is clever, but too preoocupied with Health and Education
336 Political Mythology: Beware the big abstractions
340 The British Land Story: company law oddities
341 Press Freedom, new issues: Interbrew, and Andrew Meldrum
342 George Bush's seedy business history: Harken Energy
343 Blunkett's Criminal law reforms: my opposition to them
350 Keep the Double Jeopardy Rule: My Dusseldorf experience
351 Public service: Pay is not the issue, it is lack of respect
352 Don't confuse the Unions with "the Left"
353 The Newport Manifesto: international company law reform
360 19thC Judges attacked Trade Unions
361 Caring for the Aged: My suggestions for a new care-home system
362 None of Brussels business: resist diesel duty harmonisation
363 Market Denial: powerful poitical technique
364 Non-Exec Non-Grata: Why I am an uncomfortable partner...
365 Blair, the Trade Unions, and me: the similarities
370 Public Interest Companies: Will they happen?
371 Democratic Clanger, by US Mayor
372 Democracy is critically important: devising new democratic formats
373 Experts explain ineffectiveness of rail investment
374 UK disease: too many crimes, too much prohibition
375 Dr Rowan Williams: Classlessness of Welsh background
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