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0000 0001 2282 3794
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Dalrymple, T.
Dalrymple, Theodore
Darlymple, Theodore
Dates: 
1949-
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Daniels, Anthony (Wirklicher Name; other identity, same person)
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Daniels, Anthony (1949-; see also from)
Novák, Ondřej
Stokes, Anthony
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abuse of women Tolerance of Muslim culture should not blind us to cruelty, The
Ach, být tak v Anglii : jak využít korupci
All Must Have Prizes, by Melanie Phillips
Appetite for destruction Culture and anarchy in Britain
Assault on the NHS When patients attack hospital staff
Bad and bored There is no religion, no culture and no patriotism in Britain
Black-eyed monster Sexual jealousy and violence are on the increase
Britain that died with her Changes for the worse during the Queen Mother's lifetime, The
brutish British Could Nazism happen here?, The
Bum rap for Jamaicans Young Jamaicans are corrupted by victimhood and music
Claiming a Right to Murder : It is not true that Dunblane has told us nothing about our time
Class ceiling America's social myths are healthier than Britain's
Come Friendly Nato... Suggested targets for a bombing campaign in Britain
Common indecency : On the vulgarity of the English
Coventry blues : A short trip to the multicultural Midlands
Creatures of the cultural cringe Contempt for Western civilisation is now mandatory
customer is a nuisance, The : Big banking is a greater menace than public service
Death's Aere, by Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson
doctor's farewell Escape from the intellectual and moral corruption of hospitals, A
Don't set the people free
Escape from barbarity Why the author is planning to leave Britain for France
FAMILIES TO GO
fare thing Why Britain should be ruled by retired taxi-drivers, A
French immigrants locked up A high level of Muslim prisoners reflects a divided society
Generation Sex : The destruction of childhood is a moral disaster
Guilt trip Some nasty surprises when moving house
Hangovers : they can be catching
How the French riot The death of two young thieves lead to disturbances in France
if symptoms persist
In defence of David Southall : Examining the evidence against two vilified paediatricians
In praise of prejudice : the necessity of preconceived ideas
India Goes Native in Britain : So many of the Indian young now follow white and black youth into the underclass
intelligent person's guide to medicine, An
It's time to get serious The row over the cartoons has shown the West to be decadent
Jak využít korupci
KILLING TIME The increase in prison suicides is evidence of leniency
Killing time : The suicide rate in our jails has doubled since 1983
Last Resort, by Jack D. Pressman
Lethal Witness, by Andrew Rose
lies of the land Millions are wasted through public service corruption, The
Litter : how other people's rubbish shapes our lives
Losing patients
Masters of Bedlam Andrew Scull
Murder mystery : Killers don't know how to live
Musicophilia, by Oliver Sacks
My Face or Yours? : How today's Britons can be judged by their facial characteristics
My goose is cooked : What's so good about these indigestible birds?
Nasty, brutish and on credit Britain's spiritual centre is ugly, aimless and noisy
Nepomíjivost ideologie : historii stále pohánějí velké ideje
new vichy syndrome how european intellectuals surrender to barbarism, the
new Vichy syndrome, The : why European intellectuals surrender to barbarism
new Vichy syndromehow European intellectuals surrender to barbarism, The
Not with a bang but a whimper : the politics and culture of decline
On Kindness, by Adam Phillips and Barbara Taylor
Our culture, what's left of it : the mandarins and the masses
Our enemies are right to mock us : Britain has changed dramatically - and for the worst
Pit of shame : the real ballad of Reading Gaol
Prison works - for us : Crooks who are in jail are not nicking your stereo
Reasons to be cheerful Joy can be found in seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary
rehabilitation game We pretend to punish criminals; they pretend to reform, The
Romancing opiates : pharmacological lies and the addiction bureaucracy
Sacrilege in Peterborough Travels with a wheely suitcase
Scarborough unfair A town in spiritual decline
Second opinion : a doctor's dispatches from the British inner city
Shame, by Jaswinder Sangheera
Sick, thick and dangerous
Spoilt rotten : the toxic cult of sentimentality
Stalinist statistics : Is the reconviction rate for young offenders really falling?
State fraud. The welfare system is cheating old people and their families
Staying Sane, by Raj Persaud
Stiff, by Mary Roach
Talking tripe The disgusting food and ethos of a French fast-food chain
Thick accents
Too many teardrops : True grief is often swamped by the mawkishness of strangers
Use your head Hats could encourage self-respect and civility in the young
Visiting rites Strange scribblings in a museum comments book
Wannabe Yanks We import America's vices, but none of her virtues
want Sarkozy to be right', `I : The presidential frontrunner faces awesome problems
We're either victims or carers A look at the Labour and Tory advertising campaigns
Who dies of going cold turkey? We should not mollycoddle addicts coming off heroin
Why the world needs borders : At the heart of the EU project is a fundamental misunderstanding
Wronged by our rights Human rights drive out kindness, decency and tolerance
Young Turks They make our lot look even worse
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