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THE BLIGHT OF BLAIRISM

 

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2004.001.NFB R43-Review in Commonwealth Lawyer, 13 ComL (August 2004) 2

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Publishing Details

 

Title The Blight of Blairism
Subtitle None
ISBN 0 9542855 0 6
Type of book Hardback
Number of Volumes 1
Number of Pages 325
Name of Publisher Lester Publishing
Address of Publisher 29 Pegasus Road, Oxford OX4 6DS
Date of publication 2002
Reprinted No
Current edition 1st
Previous editions None
Supplements None
Current availability Out of print. Secondhand copies may be available from booksellers on the Internet

 

Contents

 

1 Pandering to the populace. 36 Rising for the summer recess.
2 Reforming the House of Lords. 37 The Religion (Relief from Trivialisation) Bill.
3 Integrity and disability. 38 Open letter to an Asian would-be MP.
4 End of another old song. 39 Word hijacking discrimination again.
5 The Queen's Speech: a British institution. 40 Jimmy Hood and the fuel crisis.
6 Fur and the mayor. 41 Misgivings on the International Criminal Court.
7 Electronic communications. 42 In honour of Mrs Dunwoody.
8 Too big for some of us to grasp. 43 Lord Donaldson of Lymington and the Parliament Acts.
9 Fighting for the jury. 44 Rooted in dishonour?
10 Elections and referendums. 45 Jokes and the Queen's Speech.
11 Section 28 and the homophobes. 46 Finding Britain's place in an enlarged Europe.
12 A curious measure - the Disqualifications Bill. 47 Gazumping, gazundering, daisy chains etc.
13 Prime Minister's Questions. 48 Improving our tax law: a brave try.
14 Lord Chancellor's Questions. 49 Why this conspiracy of silence?
15 Rewriting history in the Court of Appeal. 50 On the morning after the night before.
16 The Marchioness and fancy dancing. 51 When religion mattered.
17 Henry VIII is alive and kicking. 52 When shall we join the euro?
18 Mr Shaun Woodward's lecture on decent behaviour. 53 What shall we do about Derry?
19 CRAPS dropped. 54 Opening the doors of libraries.
20 Mr Baldry MP and the Indian Moneylender. 55 Ageism and beardism.
21 Education gimmickry. 56 A candid friend of Viscount Tonypandy.
22 Red Ken and hunting pink. 57 A Filkin filleting or Vazectomy.
23 The Human Rights Act. 58 The Commons at its best.
24 Corporate homicide. 59 Foot and mouth.
25 The sad case of Mrs Loizidou. 60 Does your credit need repairing?
26 A professional body for teachers. 61 Our Armed Forces and the modern world.
27 The House of Lords inspects itself. 62 Ulster the endless problem.
28 Prohibiting fur farming. 63 Women-only short lists.
29 The Whitsun adjournment - and multiculturalism. 64 The problem with voting.
30 Inspecting the Crown Prosecution Service. 65 Mrs Dunwoody triumphs.
31 Laura Spence and the Hallowed Halls of Academe. 66 More word hijacking - this time it's 'investment'.
32 More feet on the beat in London? 67 Jo Moore the merrier.
33 The right to roam. 68 Blair's Nemisis: Daft Mo.
34 Pub names: true Courage and good Manners. 69 Blairism buried.
35 Madam Speaker and the Sultan of Spin. 70 What is Blairism?