Labour?s winner can now win peace

Published in the Jewish Chronicle 25 November 2005 According to the old joke, our default response to any new development ? local or global ? is to ask: ?Yes, but is it good for the Jews?? After a turbulent week … Continued

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Failed by his friends

When New Labour asked Lord Rogers to plan our cities’ future, his report was shelved. Now he has published a new set of findings. But where is the will to match his vision? Published in the Evening Standard 24 November … Continued

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It may be beyond pass

The gap between extraordinary wealth and desperate poverty is growing steadily wider in Tony Blair's Britain

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United yet still divided

While Britain can be proud of its racial harmony compared with France, there is still some way to go before we can claim true integration Published in the London Evening Standard 17 November 2005 If you?re reading this on a … Continued

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Noir in Colour

An introduction to the catalogue for a new exhibition by artist Andrew Burgess, presented by the Cynthia Corbett Gallery 23 November to 19 December 2005 Most people remember what they were doing on September 11, 2001 but Andy Burgess's memory … Continued

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We can feel safer now

The terror bill vote was the right result - and could even help deter any future threats of extremism Published in the Evening Standard 10 November 2005 The first reactions are always political. Instantly, ministers, their opponents and the commentariat … Continued

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