TITLE

Labour hysteria so great the air turned to ash

AUTHOR(S)
Parliament
PUB. DATE
November 2013
SOURCE
Daily Mail;11/13/2013, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
HYPERBOLE reached dangerous levels, so much so that in the Commons press gallery we needed those face masks favoured by pedestrians in Tokyo. It was the only way not to be asphyxiated by outrage.
ACCESSION #
91927869

 

Related Articles

  • Freud, Dali and a truly barmy farce. Quentin Letts // Daily Mail;8/10/2012, p51 

    Hysteria

  • Corbynmania makes me fear another peasants' revolt coming. Dan Jones // Evening Standard;8/21/2015, p15 

    IT'S often said that Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour leader will turn the clock back to the Eighties. I assume this means the 1380s, when London was turned on its head by the Peasants' Revolt: a combination of popular hysteria and political mischief-making which propelled a charismatic...

  • Charcoal.  // Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th Edition;Feb2013, p1 

    Charcoal, substance obtained by partial burning or carbonization (destructive distillation) of organic material. It is largely pure carbon. The entry of air during the carbonization process is controlled so that the organic material does not turn to ash, as in a conventional fire, but decomposes...

  • Charcoal.  // Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th Edition;Q1 2017, p1 

    Charcoal, substance obtained by partial burning or carbonization (destructive distillation) of organic material. It is largely pure carbon. The entry of air during the carbonization process is controlled so that the organic material does not turn to ash, as in a conventional fire, but decomposes...

  • Echo and Mirror: Clone Hysteria, Genetic Determinism and Star Trek Nemesis. Tranter, Kieran; Statham, Bronwyn // Law, Culture & the Humanities;Oct2007, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p361 

    This essay examines the hysteria that surrounded cloning and the law that this hysteria called forth in Australia in 2002. Through a parallel reading of two accounts of clones, the public record of cloning that ended with the Prohibition of Human Cloning Act 2002 (Cth), and Star Trek: Nemesis,...

  • So What. Stone, Ruth // What Love Comes To;6/ 1/2008, p280 

    The poem "So What," by Ruth Stone is presented. First Line: For me the great truths are laced with hysteria. Last Line: Last lines to poems I will write immediately.

  • Zero-hours: battlefield of poseurs. James, Vanessa // Lawyer;9/16/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 38, p8 

    The author argues that the reported political hysteria surrounding zero-hour employment contracts in Great Britain is misplaced since safeguards are allegedly in place to prevent abuse as of September 2013, focusing on British Labour Party leader Ed Milliband's push to outlaw zero-hour contracts.

  • Half of all maternity wards turn away women in labour. Sophie Borland // Daily Mail;9/30/2013, p30 

    HALF of maternity wards are having to turn away women in labour because they are so busy, a report warns.

  • Nats directors offer wide range of expertise. Meilton, David // Public Finance;8/10/2001-8/23/2001, p12 

    Announces the three government partnership directors who will be in charge for turning over the National Air Traffic Services (NATS) in Great Britain to a public-private partnership. Former NATS chief executive and deputy chairman Bill Semple; Cable and Wireless executive director Stephen...

  • Turn. Boruch, Marianne // American Poetry Review;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p18 

    The poem "Turn" by Marianne Boruch is presented. First Line: So crucial the model in life drawing class— Last Line: a line of ash on their paper.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics