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March 1998
New Statesman;03/13/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4376, p5
Presents political updates from Great Britain. Release of Roisin McAliskey suspected member of an IRA bombing team which attacked a British army barracks, from prison by Jack Straw because of her health; Accusation on John Prescott for acting improperly after claims that his department had agreed with a deal for Wyke Property Services to buy Hull council homes; Election of President Suharto for the seventh term as leader of Indonesia.


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