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Front pages of the month
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JULY

Daily Mirror: "RAIL FAT CATS GET £400M PAYOUT - BUT STILL WON'T REPAIR OUR RAILWAY"
Times: "Lords pledge to resist elected senate plans"
Mail: "Labour's second suicide note - plans for elected lords and fast-track to the euro backfire"
Express: "FINALLY - A MEMORIAL FOR OUR DEAR DI"
Sun: "BELINDA BLINKED - DPM'S HORROR AT AFFAIR REVEAL"
Financial Times: "Business tells government: set out euro plan"
Telegraph: "Saxon draws ire for cash grab from landlords"
Independent: "The opportunity of a lifetime - now is the time for an elected Lords."
Guardian: "Labour fires first shot in next election with ambitious Queen's Speech"
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AUGUST (late, sorry):

Daily Mirror: "Tories REBEL to protect greedy landlords."
Times: "Shadow Foreign Secretary speech signals change of heart for the Conservatives."
Mail: "Draft Bill Leaked by Trevitt SLAMMED by Lords."
Express: "He STOLE from Di, he LEAKED Di's secrets. It's time to LOCK BURRELL UP!"
Sun: "The DPM first, the Public Services Secretary now - The Sun asks, IS THERE ANYBODY DECENT IN THE LABOUR PARTY?"
Financial Times: "Conservative Backbencher brings the issue - and costs - of social care back onto the agenda."
Telegraph: "Trevitt's conflict of interest breach leads to government investigation."
Independent: "Campaigners demand more transparency following Trevitt report launch."
Guardian: "Railtracks' problems continue to mount."
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September
Daily Mirror: "Trevitt Report's Verdict: NOT GUILTY."
Times: "Government steps in as Railtrack goes bust."
Mail: "CHANCELLOR WAVES WHITE FLAG OF SURRENDER."
Express: "Burman Ban shame as BBC fatcats GAG staff to keep Saxon's secrets"
Sun: "DPM resigns in SHAME."
Financial Times: "Chancellor signals big step forward for the euro."
Telegraph: "Labour's AWS bill draws ire from backbenches."
Independent: "Government gives Britain a clear choice."
Guardian: "String of outings puts pressure on Saxon to soften his stance."
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#5
October:
Daily Mirror: "Nothing to say on Railtrack, teachers or war crimes. Is Silent Saxon the biggest scrounger of them all?"
Times: "Cambridge by election disappoints both major parties."
Mail: "Government must tell demanding teachers: NO, NO, NO."
Express: "As anonymous MI6 agent comes forward, the Express asks: WHO KILLED DI?"
Sun: "Labour's All Women Shamelists rejected by 30 brave rebels."
Financial Times: "Saxon's new Shadow Chancellor wages war on the euro." 
Telegraph: "Government grovels as teachers vote to strike."
Independent: "Euro and Shortlist debates reveal deep rifts across Westminster."
Guardian: "Teachers resort to take action as pressure mounts."
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#6
November
Daily Mirror: "Tory plans to rig the euro referendum - EXPOSED."
Times: "Conservatives break into war as Labour reclaims its polling lead."
Mail: "HARD LEFT SOCIALISTS seize the Labour Party: exclusive."
Express: "Revealed: Di's Christmas wishes for her boys."
Sun: "Beaten Labour leadership candidate implies party is RACIST."
Financial Times: "Saxon's pro euro purge provokes concern from businesses."
Telegraph: "Government 'power grab' over judicial appointments gains backlash."
Independent: "Prime Minister begins cross party talks on trust in politics."
Guardian: "LGBT activists call on Parliament to do more."
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December:
Daily Mirror: "VERDICT: The blood leads to Bin Laden."
Times: "Experts call for tougher anti-terrorism laws in the wake of the day of terror."
Mail: "In the wake of devastation across the West, Callum Finch must make it clear - THIS MEANS WAR."
Express: "Di's boy leads TEARJERKING royal tributes."
Sun: "12/22: A scar on America - FULL EXCLUSIVE pages 2-30."
Financial Times: "Tory leadership plots 'unwinnable' terms to prevent euro entry'"
Telegraph: "Powell demands a 'fight for freedom' following terror attacks."
Independent: "Doomsday America - as the world watched."
Guardian: "A declaration of war."
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January:
Daily Mirror: "Amnesty International condemn Tories' SHAMELESS politicking."
Times: "Government pressured to act as U.S and France look for justice." 
Mail: "Nichols' SHAME: Home Secretary begins onslaught on the family."
Express: "Di's heartwarming visit to cancer patient - more on page 6-12." 
Sun: "Euro introduction costs the European economy up to SIX BILLION."
Financial Times: "Euro introduction nudges Britain to act."
Telegraph: "Government attempts to water down anti trafficking bill."
Independent: "Labour forces Saxon to soften his stance on Section 28.""
Guardian: "Both major parties push for anti-bullying initiatives." 
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February:
Daily Mirror: "In the wake of the Dagenham Plants closure, the Mirror urges the government to FIGHT FOR JOBS."
Times: "Labour responds to Tory onslaught with its own trafficking bill."
Mail: "Home Secretary pushes for fox hunting ban and declares a WAR ON FUN."
Express: "GOLDEN JUBILEE EXCLUSIVE: Di's FEUD with Her Maj."
Sun: "Saxon introduces recall bill and SLAMS Prime Minister's inaction."
Financial Times: "Budget anxiety grows following gloomy forecasts." 
Telegraph: "Countryside Alliance demands action against government's fox hunting ban."
Independent: "Ex Shadow Home Secretary labels gays 'beastial' and 'carnal' in controversial statement."
Guardian: "Conservatives remain tight lipped as the Section 28 battle continues."
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#10
March:
Mirror: You say - let's end the vicious hunt
Times: PM dodges Euro questioning
Mail: Your chance to sack misbehaving politicians
Express: Kensington Palace shock - Threat to sell Diana's house
Sun: FINALLY! Britain joins war on terror
Financial Times: Slower growth and lower tax receipts restricts Government's Budget options
Telegraph: Lords are countryside's last chance as fox hunt law clears Commons
Independent: Recall threat to MPs with principles
Guardian: 'Statesman' Finch calls for politics culture change
Andy
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Speaker of the House of Commons
Advisor for the Labour Party, the Cabinet Office and the Home Office
Poll wrangler and election psephologist
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I forget Andy has political opinions. I always just think of him as a Civil Servant in real life - Mac
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April 
Mirror: "BILLIONS for schools and hospitals in pre-election pitch."
Times: "Both parties face questions over future spending plans." 
Mail: "Labour's DEATH TAX shame: taxman set to take half your home as budget passes."
Express: "Leading psychic dishes Di's darkest secrets - EXCLUSIVE."
Sun: "The Sun's plea: time to bonfire the fun taxes, Chancellor." 
Financial Times: "Business cool on extra taxes proposed by Labour and Tories as election looms."
Telegraph: "Labour sell out on Middle England as they look to the election."
Independent: "Major parties unite against tax avoidance as scandal rocks Westminster." 
Guardian: "Labour puts education at heart of election budget." 
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#12
May/June

Daily Mirror: U-TURN IF YOU WANT TO - Hostage Harry forced to keep coup plotters.
Times: Questions arise over Britain's leadership as General Election concludes with near stalemate.
Mail: Historic Blue takeover in the Midlands and London.
Express: OUR EXPERTS PREDICT, who would Di have supported in the 2002 GE?
Sun: HONEY, I SHRUNK THE MAJORITY - what lies in store for Callum Finch?
Financial Times: All eyes on Britain's future in the euro after Labour-Lib Dem majority
Telegraph: Historic night for the Conservative Party as Labour loses '97 gains.
Independent: We say: the case for proportional representation is stronger than ever.
Guardian: The Guardian investigates: How a live betrayal shifted the political narrative.
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#13
July

Daily Mirror: NOW DELIVER - Finch sets out bold agenda after election win
Times: Lords in open revolt over Senate plans
Mail: GAYS, AID, AND CRIMINALS - Labour sets our radical left agenda 
Express: REMEMBERED BY A PUDDLE - Diana Hyde Park memorial fountain an INSULT say friends
Sun: MISSION SUCCESS! - PM hails Afghan victory
Financial Times: Business gender pay gaps to be exposed
Telegraph: Labour's 500% tax raid on empty homes
Independent: Government sets 10% renewable target - but is it enough?
Guardian: Labour sets out agenda for equality in bold second term
Economist: Britain's experiment 
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Daily Mirror: Greedy Railtrack shareholders demand BILLIONS despite years of crashes and delays
Times: City CEO - "gender pay law is PC nonsense" 
Mail: Labour's COUNCIL TAX ATTACK on Middle England.
Express: FAYED - DIANA DEATH WAS "CONSPIRACY" AND I'LL PROVE IT
Sun: Is Finch finally soaring? - PM makes strong performances following slim election victory.
Financial Times: Railtrack investors "ready to sue government"
Telegraph: Labour turns the clock back in first nationalisation since 1977
Independent: Landmark pay rules set to become law 
Guardian: End of the track - Government buys railways in £900m deal
Economist: The end of privatisation - how Britain fell out of love with its asset owning democracy
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October

Daily Mirror: SO LONG SAXON
Times: Lynwood surprise pick for Tory leader
Mail: £900m of YOUR money goes to failed Railtrack shareholders
Express: BURRELL: 'I DIDN'T STEAL FROM MY DEAR DI'
Sun: A NEW IRON LADY? New Tory leader pledges to get tough on crime.
Financial Times: The end of an era - Railtrack formally shut down
Telegraph: New Tory leader sets out distinct path from Saxon
Independent: Labour inches towards electoral reform - but only for local government
Guardian: Atwood pitches to Labour voters with promise to abolish tuition fees
Economist: Who is Britain's new Conservative leader?
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November & December

Daily Mirror: FLAKEY BLAKESLEY - just how much will she cut for her big business giveaway?
Times: Flair tells business - pay billions more for skills
Mail: Now Europe tells us - let liberal judges set killers free
Express: Royal RAGE as Burrell is acquitted 
Sun: As yet another Eurocrat dictat tells us how to run our country, the Sun Asks: WHEN WILL HUMAN RIGHTS MADNESS END?
Financial Times: Latest manufacturing figures cause political storm
Telegraph: Tories set our economic vision as economy stalls
Independent: Time to get tough on the Lords
Guardian: Government accepts European ruling on life sentences
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January 2003

Daily Mirror: Britain's shame - 10 kids in EVERY CLASSROOM are poor
Times: Billions - the cost of meeting Labour's child povery pledge
Mail: WHERE DOES IT GO - we demand answers on Britain's ballooning aid budget
Express: "Major Rat" Hewitt in £4m FIRESALE of Diana love letters
Sun: 40% OR WE WALK - Firefighters in DEMAND to government they bankroll
Financial Times: Summer of discontent looms as public sector workers demand pay rise
Telegraph: Lords gear up for fight as Labour and Lib Dems close in on reform
Independent: Flair stuns supporters by dropping commitment to proportional representation
Guardian: Government pledges action to meet child poverty pledge
Economist: Does it work? The Economist explores whether Britain's aid bonanza will make a difference.
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