In England, burying socialism for good
Thatcher sees reform as global task Ex-prime minister predicts Asia century if changes are made; The economy
Days may be numbered in the House of Lords Those born to rule could be cast out
Blair's brave new Britain
Saying goodbye Expressions of sympathy from around the world for Diana, 'once our princess, now our angel'
Final views Princess Diana's last substantive interview, with journalist Annick Cojean, was published Aug. 27 by the French newspaper Le Monde. She began by focusing on a photograph.
Criticisms, theories take tentative steps In death as in life, enemies follow Diana; conspiracy of hoax suggested on Web; DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES: 1961-1997
Setting killers free in S. Africa Harmony: To resolve a violent past, South Africa is willing to exchange the truth for the freedom of "political" killers.
Britain might leave Scotland to the Scots Labor government offers a separate parliament
Politically correct new coins Euro: A Belgian coin designer should have been a diplomat. His design of the European Union's new coins seemed to do the impossible -- satisfy all 15 member states.
Tories gird for the next century William Hague: Youth movement keeps faith with British Conservative legacy.
Europe did not unite again this week
Britain's Tories turn to right, elect Hague, 36, as party leader Successor to Major is youngest in 200 years
Will Germany turn left? Kohl's future: Long-serving chancellor resists British and French trend.
There's a reason for the left's revival
Letting the people decide
No insults mar British Parliament's new question time 'New' Labor premier instills dullness where catcalls once flourished
Canada needs national politics June election: Liberals should retain power but Conservative revival is essential.
New tenant moves to No. 10 Labor's Blair arrives; Conservatives' Major departs to retirement fTC
British Labor Party wins landslide Major concedes; Conservatives' reign of 18 years ends; Blair is new prime minister; An overwhelming victory; Defeat was biggest in modern times
Changing the guard at Downing Street Labor victory: Fresh faces in British cabinet will promise modest shifts in policy.
WHY BRITISH LABOR MUST WIN
CHIRAC'S GALLIC GAMBLE; SNAP ELECTION: EARLY POLLING DATES WILL TEST FRANCE'S READINESS FOR A COMMON CURRENCY.
APPLE'S MESSAGEPAD 2000 NOT READY FOR PRIME TIME; KEY CONTRIBUTION MAY BE EFFECT ON FUTURE MACHINES
CANADA'S ELECTIONS LACKING DRAMA; CHRETIEN WON'T FACE SIGNIFICANT OPPOSITION
Major on verge of taking up gauntlet British leader appears ready to accept rival's challenge to debate
A Europe of nations, or a Europe of bureaucrats?
Tories facing a long time in the wilderness
History for the winners
The lion in fall: How Churchill stumped in '45
Plea of Dunblane: Ban the handguns Gun control: In a Scottish town haunted by the slaying of 16 of its children, parents make an impassioned plea.
The folks who call the political shots
The plague of polling
Britain lets 2 measures pass in goodwill gesture to Europe Dispute over beef sales temporarily put aside
Hong Kong prospers with free economy -- and huge investment
Demagogy subverts British arguments over Europe
Today in history: May 3In 1802, Washington...
Peddling scandal to highest bidder Publicist: Max Clifford, the British PR man known for his talent for making or breaking celebrities, has a client: O. J. Simpson.
British politician to visit U.S. with a blast from home Labor Party leader accused of 'un-American activities'
Beef fiasco just another humiliation for Britons Even English cricket team is lousy now roast beef
Both Sides Of Bermuda Double your fun: The East End is quaint. The West End is rural. Visitors will find something to like on both ends of this splendid island.
On the far left, but left far behind Profile: Once the scourge of British capitalism, union leader Arthur Scargill preaches the socialist gospel undiluted by exile to the political margin.
TV preview: Francis Urquhart, the charming, amoral English politician of two previous 'Masterpiece Theatre' episodes, works his wicked ways in 'The Final Cut.': Sweeps Relief
Tory crack-up British politics: Weak ruling party goes to war with itself over principle.
Major under siege, but won't surrender British prime minister faces fractious party and bare majority
Their drama beats ours Hot stuff: Britain's "The Politician's Wife" raises admiration and envy in a critic's mind. Why can't American television produce something this good?
Britain's royal soap opera (cont'd) The Diana threat: Queen Elizabeth commands a speedy divorce.
British politicians sharpen pens Cash and clout: Politicians and statesmen in Britain regularly find writing to be more lucrative and influential than toiling in public office. They shape opinion in newspaper columns and entertain in novels.
Selling Northern Ireland on peace Clinton, aides worked behind the scenes since his election
Britain keeps up appearances Worried but proud: British taxes are soaring and social services are showing strain, but few people want to cut the welfare state deeply.