May, 2004

The shame game

Jennifer Gerber  |  11 May 2004

No wonder women vote less often than men when they're constantly denigrated by the media, says Jennifer Gerber

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Big is best

  |  11 May 2004

Make no mistake: winning only a small majority at the next election will deal a huge blow to Labour's ambitions for the country

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Swings and roundabouts

Roger Mortimore  |  11 May 2004

Opening our preview of next year's election, Roger Mortimore surveys the political landscape

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Group therapy

Beth Breeze  |  11 May 2004

It's no wonder that election turnouts are low when we don't engage with our communities, says Beth Breeze

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The choice is yours

Will Higham and Sam Hardy  |  11 May 2004

Will Higham and Sam Hardy look forward to better hospitals and the next election with health secretary John Reid

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On your Marx

  |  11 May 2004

Junior schools minister Stephen Twigg reveals his political influences and interests

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Our greatest challenge

Gordon Brown MP  |  11 May 2004

More than aid is needed to lift Africa out of poverty, says Gordon Brown

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Ask the experts

Engage the public in debates about science and they - and scientists - will benefit, say Anthony Vigor and Tom MacMillan

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Don’t Bragg about it

Peter Facey  |  11 May 2004

Despite all the talk of secondary mandates, direct election remains the best option for reform of the House of Lords, argues Peter Facey

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UN-decided

Will Higham  |  11 May 2004

Britain and Labour have a special role in rescuing the UN from the dustbin of history, argues Will Higham

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