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2015, ISBN 9781107105850, ix, 228
"At Vanity Fair tells the story of Bunyan's powerful metaphor, exploring how Vanity Fair was transformed from an emblem of sin and persecution into a showcase... 
History and criticism | Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. Vanity fair | English fiction | Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. Pilgrim's progress | Metaphor in literature | LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
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New Statesman & Society, ISSN 0954-2361, 11/1995, Volume 8, Issue 379, p. 13
The UK Conservative Party leaders don't understand their opponents or the crisis of trust in the UK Labour Party's inner circle. The present Tory regime has a... 
Political behavior | Political parties
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New statesman (1996), ISSN 0954-2361, 10/1995, Volume 8, Issue 375, p. 13
The center-left of the UK Conservative Party is disappearing. Stephen Dorrell is being regarded as the Young Lochinvar of the Conservative Party's center-left. 
Politicians | Dorrell, Stephen | Political parties
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Applied mathematical modelling, ISSN 0307-904X, 2019, Volume 72, pp. 537 - 552
•There exist three distinct types of data sparsity that inhibit the formation of spatially coherent zones.•By defining a neighbourhood of points through the... 
Precision agriculture | Cluster analysis | Crop yields | Data sparsity | Spatial coherence | Sparsity | Coherence
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The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 2018, Volume 391, Issue 10124, pp. 949 - 959
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Nature communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 2017, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 403 - 15
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Agriculture, ecosystems & environment, ISSN 0167-8809, 2019, Volume 285, p. 106631
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01/1996, Volume 9, Issue 385
.... Kirsty discusses whether Portillo has what it takes to lead the opposition to a Blair government. 
Leadership | Public officials | Portillo, Michael | Blair, Tony | Political parties
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07/1997, Volume 10, Issue 462
With the white paper on the Scottish parliament due out next week, the UK government wants no more talk of cabinet splits. 
Government | Public officials | Parliaments
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04/1996, Volume 9, Issue 400
The British soap opera "East Enders" recently identified a growing social problem in the UK--the long-term care of the elderly. The government has rarely ever... 
Older people | Television programs | Health care policy | Long term health care
Magazine Article
04/1996, Volume 9, Issue 397
An attack on the UK Labour Party by ex-activist Leo McKinstry turned out to be an unexpected plug for Labour leader Tony Blair. McKinstry's "Fit to Govern? Can... 
Politicians | McKinstry, Leo | Blair, Tony | Books | Political parties
Magazine Article
03/1996, Volume 9, Issue 393
Although the UK Labour Party is bending over backwards to attract women voters, it scored an own-goal with its party political broadcast calling for the... 
Women | Soccer | Political advertising | Political parties
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01/1996, Volume 9, Issue 386
The candidate selection controversy in Swindon North England symbolizes a culture clash that is at the heart of the new UK Labour Party. Jim D'Avila narrowly... 
Candidates | Wills, Michael | D Avila, Jim | Political parties
Magazine Article
01/1996, Volume 9, Issue 384
Big screen immortality is no guarantee of a presidential starring role in the future. Milne dicusses how Bill Clinton was portrayed in Rob Reiner's "The... 
Leadership | Clinton, Bill | Motion pictures | Reiner, Rob | Blair, Tony | Presidents
Magazine Article
12/1995, Volume 8, Issue 383
The UK's legal aid system is "showing signs of wear and tear," according to the Lord Chancellor's Department. Legal aid is expected to cost @1.4 billion this... 
Legal aid | Reforms
Magazine Article
12/1995, Volume 8, Issue 381
The formation of a Scottish parliament, which has been proposed by the UK Labour Party, could allow some Scottish expatriates to realize their dream of... 
Decentralization | Parliaments | Expatriates | Governmental reform
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10/1995, Volume 8, Issue 373
Although UK Labour Party leader Tony Blair has said "do not let fear drive out hope," the Labour Party seems to be afraid of losing and the news media. Labour... 
Fear & phobias | News media | Perceptions | Political parties
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