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Lee Jones battles the spectre of Malthus.

Interview: David Willetts MP

Simon Maine talks to David Willetts about the "intellectual renewal" of the Conservative Party.

Spirit of ’68

You don’t need a copy of Trotsky under your arm to realise that cutting the real wages of our public workers in the face of soaring food-prices is ruinous to human welfare and the services upon which so many rely.  

Church versus state

Was it the Pope's job to engage in American politics?    

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The President of Hands Up for Darfur hits back at last week's piece by Max Seddon.  

Interview: Robert Fisk

Emily Packer asks The Independent's foreign correspondent if there is any way out for the Middle East.

Publish and be damned

James Kingston doesn't trust his daily paper.

Interview: Martin Bell

The man in the white suit on WMDs, sleaze and reporting in a war zone.

Zimbabwe: country without hope?

Nejra Cehic wonders whether there is a democratic future for Zimbabwe.

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