October, 2004

The promised land

Simon Alcock  |  29 October 2004

Simon Alcock unpicks the politics of Oregan, one of Americas most prominent swing states

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Conference virgin

Philip Newton  |  29 October 2004

Philip Newton looks back at his first experience of Labour conference

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The wizard of Oz

Hannah Blythyn  |  29 October 2004

Hannah Blythyn looks at how John Howard keeps on conjuring up election victories down under

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Fighting for Florida

Emily Warren  |  29 October 2004

It's going to be tough, but the Democrats can take Florida from under the nose of George Bush and his brother Jeb, says Emily Warren

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Political incorrectness gone mad

Will Higham  |  29 October 2004

Will Higham looks on in amazement as Steve Moxon milks his fifteen minutes of fame

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Hansard event, 16 November

  |  29 October 2004

The Hansard Society are celebrating their 60th Anniversary with an event entitled “60 years of democracy” The event will take place on Tuesday November 16, 2004 at 6.30 till 8pm (including a Q&A Session) in the Old Theatre, LSE, Houghton Street, London WC2, Tickets are £12. Tony Benn will be “in conversation” with Dr David Butler, …

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Don’t mention the war

Sam Hardy  |  29 October 2004

Sam Hardy tells us theres more to the relationship between Spain and Britain than meets the eye

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Progress editorial

Editorial  |  28 October 2004

John Kerry has proved he's the man for the job in America

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Revision notes

Mark Day  |  28 October 2004

Mark Day looks at Patrick Diamonds evaluation of the similarities between New and Old Labour

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Progress Annual Conference, 13 November

  |  28 October 2004

There are just two weeks left to register for Progress’ annual conference, which is taking place on Saturday 13 November at the TUC Congress Centre in London. Alan Milburn, David Blunkett and Robin Cook are among the speakers who will address the event. The conference, entitled ‘Building a progressive Britain’, is the culmination of a …

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