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The Archive: March 2004

This month on DeadBrain: more news on Tony Blair's past life, a new job for Lord Hutton and further confusion about the proposed EU constitution.

As always, you can find a full list of the stories we published below:

News

Letter: I gave homeless Blair my last 10p Blair in outburst on live television ITV News in further revamp Blairs to star in new "public information" soap opera Hutton to conduct inquiry into Clare Short EXCLUSIVE: New House of Commons spying scandal uncovered Blair briefly hospitalised after spontaneously combusting Hundreds physically sick during Howard speech Blunkett tells Bush to "let my people go" GM gets go-ahead; UK to be eaten by giant plant by Monday Lords in loo lock-in over reform proposals Rusedski cleared of being "knowingly Canadian" New tape shows truth about Blair and Caplin Bush sweeps Florida after recount in Democrat primary Media coverage of terror plummets further US to occupy newly-discovered planet Blunkett slams compensation culture Hucknall upstages Campbell in Gospel tour Clare Short believed to be cornered by special force Government to buy "no frills" private sector operations for NHS Calls for referendum on referendum on EU constitution Tories cleared of improperly employing IDS as leader Bootle man calls for protest against "British FBI" plan White House damaged in Rice - Anti-Rice explosion Hirst may sue school caretaker for copying his art

Dubya's Week

Dubya's Week: Who ate the Super Tuesday pancakes? Dubya's Week: Desperately seeking Chad Dubya's Week: The president gets marinated Dubya's Week: A conspirassy unmasked?

Dumbed Down

Budget 2004: The reviews

See also

March 2004 in our US edition

February 2004 Archive Index April 2004
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