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LivingDiary: December 2002
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544 Sweet Lollipop of Power - what happens if the professionals hi-jack the "Party" system?
545 UN Red Herring: War on Iraq would be wrong, with or without UN approval
546 The Concordat of Civic Governance: I begin to outline The Deal
547 Network Rail reject me, other "Public Members" have been appointed
548 What does absolute power do? Professor Nigel Harris' bitter attack on our leaders' insanity...
549 Chaotic Old Left, a hopeless, unconstructive mishmash - we can do better!
550 Buy Nothing Day? Wrong: the right course is to re-direct the dynamism of consumption...
551 The Deal III a new Concordat of Civic Governance, a new settlement between Nation States and the Corporate Sector
552 John Rawls, the philosopher who rationalised certain forms of inequality
553 Williams v CKs of Swansea The enforceability of restrictive trading covenants, as between tenants
554 Fixed Cake Fallacies - inflexible economic models, dangerous rigidities
555 Mohamed Abu-Zhara of Newcastle, a famous Human Rights victory over discriminatory dismissal
556 No War, No Referendum My predictions for 2003
557 Funding University Education Need for redistributive, unintimidating system
558 Honesty may not be the best policy - Governmental skills in managing public anxiety
559 The power of poverty, of poor Webmasters The impact of defamation litigation on the Net
560 Corporate Social Responsibility: Misleading and insubstantial PR-speak
561 City States The role of city regions in our Constitution
562 Why use prisons at all? Re-thinking sanctions policy
563 Dangerous Railtrack Rebels A continuing threat to Labour
564 Is this "diversity"? Labour shows little real understanding of devolution, of bona fide localism...
565 Cherie Blair, her Conman, and Me...
566 Great Democratic Failures: Immigration
567 Great Democratic Failures: Drugs
568 Can "Consumption" be a force for radical change? Yes, says Sam Brittan
569 Old Age Pensions A suitable case for socialism
570 Christmas Shoppers Terrorised by terrorist warnings
571 Who's to blame for blaming? Growth of the "compensation culture"
572 Foundation Hospitals They contain the germ of a good idea
573 Hail the Commentariat! Perception by Martin Kettle
574 The new Political Salariat New threats to democracy
575 Financial Jargon explained...
576 The Great Toothpaste Conspiracy Secrets of capitalism revealed
577 Managing Compensation Judges should regulate the blame culture
578 London Olympics Impossible City Management could not cope
579 Brendan Barber TUC must find new ways to confront the corporate sector
580 Insider Dealing It should not be a crime
582 House Prices 2003 My detailed forecast
584 US anti-terrorism: Unacceptable human rights infringements
585 2003 Crunch Year for Wales
586 Peaceful Strategies for changing the world
587 Community Government in London Text of co-written Guardian article, Michael Young and RWE End of Month of December 2002
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