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Friday 1 November 2002 November 2002
James Heartfield
Language barriers
The Chirac/Blair spat shows international personality politics at work.

Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
Infected by panic
CJD remains rare - but the CJD scare has claimed 24 new victims at a hospital in Middlesbrough.

Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
Infected by panic
CJD remains rare - but the CJD scare has claimed 24 new victims at a hospital in Middlesbrough.

Brendan O’Neill
Opting out on Iraq
Today's anti-war protesters seem more interested in saving themselves than anyone else.

James Heartfield
Language barriers
The Chirac/Blair spat shows international personality politics at work.

Saturday 2 November 2002
Brendan O’Neill
Opting out on Iraq
Today's anti-war protesters seem more interested in saving themselves than anyone else.

Monday 4 November 2002
Mick Hume
Royals court short
Read spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

Mick Hume
Royals court short
Read spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

Tuesday 5 November 2002
Philip Cunliffe
Serbian Octobers
In Serbia, apparent euphoria has turned to voter apathy in the space of just two years.

Kathleen Richardson
Adopting identities
When it comes to gay adoption, everybody argues identity politics.

Sandy Starr
Pooh-poohing postmodernism
Frederick Crews, author of the long-awaited sequel to The Pooh Perplex, discusses the transformation of academic disciplines into 'incomprehensible crap'.

Brendan O’Neill
Has Turkey turned?
Rumours of an Islamic revolution have been greatly exaggerated.

Brendan O’Neill
Has Turkey turned?
Rumours of an Islamic revolution have been greatly exaggerated.

Sandy Starr
Pooh-poohing postmodernism
Frederick Crews, author of the long-awaited sequel to The Pooh Perplex, discusses the transformation of academic disciplines into 'incomprehensible crap'.

Wednesday 6 November 2002
Josie Appleton
Monitoring Muslims
Can audits and codes bridge social divisions?

Josie Appleton
Monitoring Muslims
Can audits and codes bridge social divisions?

Patrick West
Hogwash
Harry Potter and the planespotters.

Friday 8 November 2002
Jonathan Goldberg
Decaying Democrats
The Democrats can search for young leaders - but when it comes to politics, youth activists won't lead anything.

Dolan Cummings
TV UK, 8 November
The Project's psychological approach is an apt reflection of New Labour's mission.

Aidan Campbell
The trouble with Turner
The UK culture minister's attack on the 'conceptual bullshit' of the Turner Prize was itself a piece of performance art.

Brendan O’Neill
America the vulnerable
Tom Ridge of the US Department for Homeland Security talks at King's College, London.

Duleep Allirajah
Offside, 8 November
On the current bout of Arse-fixation.

David Chandler
Cowards' war in Yemen
The CIA doesn't know if it got its al-Qaeda man - because it wasn't there.

Josie Appleton
Rock and a hard place
Why Gibraltar is such a source of discomfort for the British government.

Jennie Bristow
Florida syndrome
In the mid-terms, America seemed as concerned about the electoral process as the politics.

Mick Hume
Bush has won the battle, but not yet the war
Having a majority in congress is not the same thing as having a clear and shared national vision.

Mick Hume
Bush has won the battle, but not yet the war
Having a majority in congress is not the same thing as having a clear and shared national vision.

Josie Appleton
Rock and a hard place
Why Gibraltar is such a source of discomfort for the British government.

David Chandler
Cowards' war in Yemen
The CIA doesn't know if it got its al-Qaeda man - because it wasn't there.

Duleep Allirajah
Offside, 8 November
On the current bout of Arse-fixation.

Brendan O’Neill
America the vulnerable
Tom Ridge of the US Department for Homeland Security talks at King's College, London

Aidan Campbell
The trouble with Turner
The UK culture minister's attack on the 'conceptual bullshit' of the Turner Prize was itself a piece of performance art

Dolan Cummings
TV UK, 8 November
The Project's psychological approach is an apt reflection of New Labour's mission.

Jonathan Goldberg
Decaying Democrats
The Democrats can search for young leaders - but when it comes to politics, youth activists won't lead anything.

Monday 11 November 2002
Mick Hume
Heroes or role models?
spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

Mick Hume
Heroes or role models?
spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

Tuesday 12 November 2002
Joe Kaplinsky
Paranoia Americana
America's National Security Strategy suggests that its foreign policy is driven by fear.

Simon Banks
Saving Leicester City
Will fans pay too high a price for rescuing their club from administration?

Martyn Perks
Leonardo made limited
In attempting to use da Vinci as the muse for web designers, Ben Shneiderman turns Renaissance man upside down.

Alex Standish
Constructing a value map
British geography teaching is about everything under the sun - except geography. A teacher writes.

Brendan O’Neill
Blair's scares
The UK government's warnings are about being seen to tackle terrorism.

Alex Standish
Constructing a value map
British geography teaching is about everything under the sun - except geography. A teacher writes.

Brendan O’Neill
Blair's scares
The UK government's warnings are about being seen to tackle terrorism.

Martyn Perks
Leonardo made limited
In attempting to use da Vinci as the muse for web designers, Ben Shneiderman turns Renaissance man upside down.

Simon Banks
Saving Leicester City
Will fans pay too high a price for rescuing their club from administration?

Joe Kaplinsky
Paranoia Americana
America's National Security Strategy suggests that its foreign policy is driven by fear.

Thursday 14 November 2002
Ray Crowley
Asexual fixation
Revirginisation? Get out of it.

Tom McGuire
Pastoral care
Why I loved the priest who abused me.

Dolan Cummings
TV UK, 14 November
Jamie's Kitchen - get ready for the Youth Social Inclusion TV Chef Act of 2003.

Patrick West
'Me, me, really me'
Tracey Emin exposes her self to Oxford schoolchildren.

Brendan O’Neill
The human virus
28 Days Later adds a new twist to the zombie flick.

Ed Barrett
It's soft Down Under
Enjoy your Ashes, Aussies (but when are you going to play some real sports?).

Duleep Allirajah
Offside, 14 November
The non-playing Australian goalkeeper and his Bolivian marching powder.

Josie Appleton
No peace over the Parthenon
The Greeks keep lowering their demands - but the Marbles just won't budge.

Jennie Bristow
New Labour's attitude problem
The Queen's speech was thoroughly antisocial.

Josie Appleton
No peace over the Parthenon
The Greeks keep lowering their demands - but the Marbles just won't budge.

Duleep Allirajah
Offside, 14 November
The non-playing Australian goalkeeper and his Bolivian marching powder.

Brendan O’Neill
The human virus
28 Days Later adds a new twist to the zombie flick.

Patrick West
‘Me, me, really me’
Tracey Emin exposes her self to Oxford schoolchildren.

Dolan Cummings
TV UK, 14 November
Jamie's Kitchen - get ready for the Youth Social Inclusion TV Chef Act of 2003.

Tom McGuire
Pastoral care
Why I loved the priest who abused me.

Ray Crowley
Asexual fixation
Revirginisation? Get out of it.

Tuesday 19 November 2002
Alan Shipman
Lo: No Go
Why anti-globalisers choose the wrong targets.

Brendan O’Neill
Feeding off our fears
Is bin Laden plotting a comeback attack - or just making the most of Western insecurities?

Sandy Starr
Dumb intelligence
How America lost its snooping skills.

Mick Hume
Of hawks and doves
Read spiked editor Mick Hume in the Spectator.

Mick Hume
Time gentlemen, police
The government's plans to liberalise the licensing laws will further regulate the way we drink now, says spiked editor Mick Hume.

Brendan O’Neill
Poison gas and hot air
The London Tube debacle captures the other-worldly nature of terror warnings.

Austin Williams
Driving deprivation
A new report finds a correlation between child deaths in car accidents and poverty - or is it rain?

Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
The therapeutic society
Misanthropic prejudices lie at the root of today's victim culture.

Jennie Bristow
In the firing line
New Labour's plans to modernise the fire service seem to be more about promoting PC than providing a public service.

Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
The therapeutic society
Misanthropic prejudices lie at the root of today's victim culture.

Austin Williams
Driving deprivation
A new report finds a correlation between child deaths in car accidents and poverty - or is it rain?

Brendan O’Neill
Poison gas and hot air
The London Tube debacle captures the other-worldly nature of terror warnings.

Mick Hume
Time gentlemen, police
The government's plans to liberalise the licensing laws will further regulate the way we drink now, says spiked editor Mick Hume.

Mick Hume
Of hawks and doves
Read spiked editor Mick Hume in the Spectator.

Sandy Starr
Dumb intelligence
How America lost its snooping skills.

Brendan O’Neill
Feeding off our fears
Is bin Laden plotting a comeback attack - or just making the most of Western insecurities?

Alan Shipman
Lo: No Go
Why anti-globalisers choose the wrong targets.

Thursday 21 November 2002
Dolan Cummings
TV UK, 21 November
Gunther von Hagens' public autopsy: ghoulish showmanship, or taking guts to the masses?

Josie Appleton
Blunkett under the blanket
Why is the UK government proposing a law against 'sexual interference with human remains'?

Ray Crowley
Scared beneath the watchful eyes
London's paranoid public transport.

Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
Mumps vaccine: swollen concerns
The government's attempt to launch a counter-scare to the MMR vaccine is likely to be counterproductive.

Rob Lyons
Lack of nerve gas
Launching a sarin or cyanide attack is not as easy as some fear.

James Heartfield
The French connection
In the UN debates about Iraq, French diplomacy has re-emerged. How?

Joe Kaplinsky
Slick arguments
The Prestige oil spill is not an ecological disaster - and far from the 'worst ever' spill.

James Heartfield
The French connection
In the UN debates about Iraq, French diplomacy has re-emerged. How?

Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
Mumps vaccine: swollen concerns
The government's attempt to launch a counter-scare to the MMR vaccine is likely to be counterproductive.

Duleep Allirajah
Offside, 21 November
The noble Anglo-Saxon tradition of taunting fat footballers is dying out.

Ray Crowley
Scared beneath the watchful eyes
London's paranoid public transport.

Josie Appleton
Blunkett under the blanket
Why is the UK government proposing a law against 'sexual interference with human remains'?

Dolan Cummings
TV UK, 21 November
Gunther von Hagens' public autopsy: ghoulish showmanship, or taking guts to the masses?

Patrick West
Pull 'the Other' one!
New Zealand authorities have balked at building a motorway across the lair of a Maori swamp monster.

Monday 25 November 2002
Mick Hume
In defence of testing on primates
spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London).

Tuesday 26 November 2002
James Heartfield
Taking Churchill at his words
One viewer's view of the 'Greatest Briton'.

Jim Butcher
A bad package
Eco-tourism celebrates third world poverty.

Brendan O’Neill
Israeli Defensive Force
Between refuseniks, deserters and 'Intifada Syndrome', Israel's military is experiencing similar problems to other armies.

Andrew Calcutt
The age of Dyra
The myths of Diana and Myra live on.

Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
Rabid warnings
GPs are drowning in a cascade of public health alerts about everything from bat bites to 'calabash chalk'.

Mick Hume
Why Blair is in charge, yet always in crisis
The new 'wave' of strikes apparently washing over the government this winter would hardly have wet the feet of previous administrations.


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