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      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Its not cricket but the business of sport is booming
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Cricket has been a bountiful source of metaphor for the English language. There are sticky wickets, straight bats and knocking for six. The name of the game itself is shorthand for fair play and adherence to time-honoured codes of conduct. Cricket doesnt even have rules. It has laws. And the most important of these is that the umpire&# >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Justice must be seen to be done in family courts
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Sometimes, families malfunction so badly that the state must step in. In the most extreme cases, that means separating children from their parents. That is not a moral supposition, it is a fact, albeit one which many people find uncomfortable. It is also a fact that the number of families needing intervention has grown significantly >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>


      Sward of truth
      The Observer, 29-08-2006
     Some are born great, some methodically count their way into the hall of fame. David Grisenthwaite of Kirkcaldy meticulously recorded every mowing of his back lawn for 20 years and in so doing contributed to the mass of raw data which enabled climatologists to declare with certainty last week that spring is now arriving 10 days earlier in th >>>



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