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Public Address 02/08/04 - A Better Day, Perhaps

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/08/04 - A Better Day, Perhaps

Not so rough trade | Aug 02, 2004 11:24
Russell Brown's Hard News

Yes, it'll take another two years at least to conclude negotiations, and as long as the rich countries can wangle to properly implement, but the outcome of the Geneva WTO round - which finally puts agricultural export subsidies on the block - is both a vindication of the process and...
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Trawl my *rse | Aug 02, 2004 09:42
GUEST James Littlewood in the culture

The sea - it's been rightly said - is one hell of a place. I can vouch for this, I've been there and seen it. Proverbially strange. It's a good thing. One of the good things about the sea is fish...
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Slow Burn | Jul 31, 2004 10:06
Fiona Rae from the couch

Slightly sad old time on the telly at the moment, with several good things gone, or about to go. Loving the slow burn of The Sopranos though, its focus on the minutiae of family relationships and the way each episode starts small and seems like an epic by the end..
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