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And he said that to talk of justice for victims in terms of sentencing was not only to look at the system "through the wrong end of the telescope", but also to ignore a major section of it. But he accepted, in a speech to a Victim Support conference Lord Taylor: Warning over American importations in Newcastle upon Tyne, that the views of victims should play a part in the courts process, in an- other swipe at Michael Howard's sentencing plans, be said he hoped that in the "cur- rent stampede to build new prisons" the requirements of Victim Support should not be overlooked.

He suggested that police in- vestigating crimes should make notes of the impact of the crime on the victim and this could be passed on to the court But he warned that it should not be used as a tool to impose unjustly harsh sentences and he reject- ed outright introducing the American system of victims making statements to the court He added later: But the idea that because a particular victim has suffered very severe injuries, let's say , there must be absolutely com- parable injury or detention on the perpetrator is, I think, inappropriate.

Last month be declared all-out war - accusing the Government of introducing a succession of ill-thought out, hasty and contradictory crimi- nal justice legislation and warn- ing of the dangers of under mining public confidence.

Judge Stephen Tumim, former chief inspector of prisons, added his voice to the mounting opposi- tion from nearly all practitkm- Slow progress: A cell at Holloway at the turn of the century, left, and slopping out for the last time yesterday at Armley Photograph.

Bob Collier ers within die criminal justice system. Even some senior po- lice officers have broken ranks to say more should be invested in prevention rather than prison for criminals who are caught and convicted.

Lord Taylor won immediate support yesterday from penal reformers. Paul Cavadino, of the Penal Affairs Consortium, warned that giving the victim too great a say could undermine justice. So there's another good reason to cheer on the home teams. No more queues of men and women shuffling along to emp- ty their pots of the night's waste in the sluice rooms, no more stench and no more parcels of excrement lobbed out of win- dows - making the cells bear- able but fouling the grounds.

Anne Widdecombe, the pris- ons minister, and Richard Tilt, Director General of the Prison Service, travelled to the Victo- rian jail on the outskirts of the city to take credit for the six year programme to install integral sanitation in all jails. But the man whose relentless campaign really brought about the reform was not invited. From the moment he became the Chief Inspector of Prisons eight years ago.

He said yester- day: Ministers took the massive project on board and it was completed just a few weeks short of target - but no one is complaining about that, only that the issue was never tackled long ago. The irony that Armley- built 1 50 years ago - was the last to convert was not lost on prison watcbeis.

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The Queen Mother - the prince's grandmother- is hard- ly mentioned in the two-hour documentary. But Prince Ed- ward said afterwards: They were never going to be able publicly to acknowledge her in any way. George, on to the throne, for which he was not prepared. The Duchess was never granted the title Her Royal Highness, and lived in ex- ile with her husband for most of their lives after they married.

Prince Edward also defends his great-unde against histori- ans' charges that he collabo- rated with the Nazis during the Second World War. In the doc- umentary. Not only the Queen Mother, but other members of the Royal Family, including the Queen, were largely omitted from the documentary, to be screened in two parts later this month. Professor Richard Levins said there had been impressive achievements in modem sdena but also dramatic failures in eluding: He said science should be re- vitalised to take account of the long-term effects on society.

But science also has had dramatic failures. It was no surprise there had been an anti-science backlash with research spending cuts and young people turning away from the subject. In his appeal for a new approach he called for sci- entists to change their attitude. The survivors, now in their early twenties, are also at least a year behind their peers in their academic studies and fewer of them have gone to university or completed degrees. J ulie Nurrish, a researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry in London, said the findings sug- gest that the low uptake of counselling and support by the survivors following the disaster may be a factor in the persis- tence and extent of symptoms.

The SF Jupiter had just set sail from Piraeus, in Greece, with nearly British schoolchild- ren, aged 14 to 15, on board when it was rammed by a freighter on 21 October It rapidly took on water and sank within 40 minutes. Four people died, a pupil and a teacher from Birmingham, and two Greek sailors. Speaking on the second day of the British Psychological Society annual conference in Brighton yesterday, Ms Nurrish said that the follow-up study of survivors in the intervening seven years had produced some alarming find- ings.

There had been 14 suicide attempts in the group of sur- vivors traced so far 9 per cent. A survivor had committed suicide in Some 52 per cent of survivors had suffered post-traumatic sires disorder, with symptoms in- cluding flashbacks of the event, panic attacks, avoidance of wa- ter and boats, and distancing from their dose family and friends.

These symptoms had persisted for more than five years in 14 per cent of the group. More than two-thirds of the survivors had suffered from de- pression or other forms of men- tal illness since the accident. Further re- search is needed to determine if this was a factor. Those who behave badly in their youth can trans- form themselves into caring, sharing new men in middle age, a new study has shown.

These males are less likely to view women as sex objects, to favour toughness and the use of force, or disapprove of signs of femininity in other men, the BPS conference heard.

Professor John Archer, an expert on the mysteries of machismo in western culture, said the burden of jobs, mar- riage, and children, may be more significant than dimin- ishing testosterone levels in the loss of macho.

They were aged between 18 and 45 years and living in the North West of England. Professor Archer found that the older the men. A further analysis of the group found that unemployed and manual workers revealed more macho tendencies, cor- relating with the traditional view of masculinity which is less prevalent in the more educat- ed middle class samples, such as office workers and students.

The scores for sportsmen were lower than expected, but they were largely drawn from the middle classes so that occupation rather than choice of a particularly masculine sport was a determining factor. The study also revealed a close link between heavy drink- ing and perceptions of mas- culinity. He told the BPS conference that pupils and teachers worried more about physical bullying and rated psychological bully- ing - such as being shunned by their class-mates - as less seri- ous and upsetting to the victim.

However, a survey of ju- nior aged 8 to 9 and secondary school children aged 1 1 to 12 in six north Staffordshire schools, found that feelings linked to victimisation - de- pression.

Research suggests that these forms of bullying, particularly social exclusion, appear to have more damaging long-term effects. They believed physical bullying was more stressful. Boys preferred the physical approach, and told researchers that social exclusion worried them more. As both groups got older, psychological methods became the bullying technique of choice.

Previous research suggests that 1 in 10 children is bullied at school, about three per class. Mr Hawker, and his colleague Michael Boulton from the De- artment of Psychology at ele said there was growing awareness of bullying in its different fonns in schools, r However, children as young as five appeared to acceptbul- lyingasa feet of life, and did not believe it could be stopped by rules and regulations.

Overall, the survivors said they could not plan for the fu- ture because they knew it could be cut short at any time. Most of them thought they were go- ing to die during the sin Icing and it is this feeling that they have never forgotten, she added.

Tony Buckingham Sainsbuiy s has been voted the No. A new package of measures Allied by Mrs Shephard at be Shephard: Sanctions on parents of unruly children revealed by Mrs Shephard at the National Association of School- masters and Union of Women Teachers conference in Glasgow would tighten up many areas of school discipline, she said. Schools could be allowed to exclude children for up to 45 days in any one year, extending the limit from the current They might also be allowed to insist that parents back their dis- cipline policies - at present, they can refuse to allow their chil- dren to be kept in detention.

Mrs Shephard also said there would be inspections of all spe- cial units for disruptive pupils. Poor reports have been issued on many of the first such units to receive these visits. She criticised both schools and parents for having abused the regulations on exclusions, al- lowing indefinite suspensions - now abolished - to drag on too long. Children had been left in limbo too often, she said. Without an orderly atmosphere in the classroom effective teach- ing and learning cannot take place.

After a consultation period, gislation could be put forward legislation could be put forward as soon as this autumn, she said. Teachers have complained that they cannot enforce disci- pline because parents are often un-cooperative, and that rules on parental choice often force them to take pupils who have been excluded elsewhere. In future, parental choice could be withdrawn. However, Nigel de Giucby, general secretary of the union, said that the legislation would need to be backed by resources.

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The unofficial record for trans-continental flights was set by Daniel Shankmin The checks were introduced following the loss of a Spanish helicopter in pursuit of a drug smugglers' boat r , on Thursday. Mr Kantor has a reputation as a tough ad- vocate of US trade interests abroad. Mr Brown was killed when his plane crashed in Croa- tia while he was on a Balkan tour.

AP Florida bomb kills woman l Plantation, Florida — A woman was killed and three children v were injured when a package exploded just after it was delivered to a home in an affluent neighbourhood A child took the pack- age inside and it exploded when it was opened.

The woman was dead and a year-old boy, year-old girl and 7-year-old boy were injured. The US Bureau of. Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms sent an investigator to the scene. The late Francois de Grossouvre, a close aide to the late president Francois Mitter- rand, was another possible target. Reuter US turns Okinawa airport over to locals Tokyo — Setting the stage for a visit next week by President Clin- ton, the US has agreed to return a large airfield on Okinawa to local landowners over the next five to seven years.

Sentiment against the American bases have been running high since three US ser- vicemen raped a schoolgirl last September. AP Sri Lanka foils seaborne Tamil attack Colombo — Naval gunboats destroyed two Tamil rebel fishing trawlers laden with explosives, one inside Colombo's busy har- bor and one approaching it. Both trawlers exploded when the gun- boats opened fire. Sailors said they believe at least five rebels were killed, including two frogmen carrying explosives. Reuter King asks Aznar to form government Madrid — Spain's King Juan Carlos formally asked conserva- i five leader Jose Maria Aznar to form a government on the basis of his slim win in an election last month.

We convert printed items from bus timetables and washing instructions to knitting patterns and recipes. For more details about RNIB call us on Virgin is the nation's favourite cola. If that doesn't make the opposition see red: U international War in Lebanon: Within hours Israel was threatening to bombard 41 Lebanese villages just north of the Israeli occupation zone inside Lebanon.

Sitting beside him in the mess hall of an Israeli military base a few miles from the bor- der. Shimon Peres, the Prime Minister, added: The deadline for Lebanese villagers to flee was first given at 2J0pm and later extended by two hours.

United Nations of- ficers in south Lebanon esti- mated that Israeli artillery had fired 2. It became clear during the morning that an early ca- sualty of the mounting crisis was the "understanding, brokered by the US in 1 , under which Israel and Hizbollah pledged to avoid hining civilian targets. Overnight Hizbollah had not retaliated for Israeli air raids on Beirut, Baalbek and Tyre the previous day.

It seemed possi- ble that they would wait before counter-attacking. Then, shortly after 9am, at least two Katyusha rockets landed in Kiryat Shmona, a nondescript town of 25, people. One rocket land- ed beside a moving car, ex- ploding its petrol tank and badly burning the woman driver. A second Katyusha landed beside a eucalyptus tree, sev- ering branches and peppering houses on both sides of the road with shrapnel.

A shard of the rocket narrowly missed the head of Yitzhak Michacly, a fac- tory worker, who was drinking coffee and reading a book in his flat after returning from taking his family to the safety of Tel Aviv. Mr Michaely had no doubts about what the government should do.

His neighbour lUm Petto, a discjockey. Nobody had any doubts that the new Lebanese crisis will help the right-wing Likud party. Peres talks and doesn't do anything. When Binyamin Netanyahu, the Likud leader and his rival to be Prime Min- ister visited Kiryat Shmona ear- lier in the week he was cheered. Mr Peres has done his best to avoid militaiy retaliation in Lebanon, but the political costs in a dose selection race became insupportable.

He cannot afford to look weak or irresolute. He is onfy just beginning to recov- er from the political damage caused by the four suicide bombs which killed 62 people in Israel in February and March. The casualties and dam- age inflicted on Northern Israel this week is slight but they could lose Mr fries the election. He made clear that Lebanon was not going to be allowed to rebuild its econ- omy in peace if Hizbollah at- tacks continued. Air raids on Beirut were the first since the Israeli invasion.

The visit by Mr Peres was a mixture of a political leader vis- iting the front line and an elec- tion campaign. Much of the local population had moved south and soldiers with loud speakers were telling those who remained to get into bomb shelters, one of which was vis- ited by the Prime Minister. When he stopped briefly by the burned out car, so completely incinerated that it was impos- sible to discover its original colour, he was heckled.

When the peace process offers a non-violent way forward there can be absolutely no justification for Hizbollah actions. This was the message President Jacques Chriac took on his re- cent visit to southern Lebanon. The Arab League con- demned Israel's attacks and pledged its support for all mea- sures taken by Lebanon to defend itself.

Israeli radio had given them just three hours to leave home or lake the consequences, order- ing the inhabitants of 32 villages on to the roads north before Is- rael's next blitz against the Hizbollah. There would be no consciences among those who opened fire after giv- ing so clear a warning. At pm the bombardment would be- gin, the radio said. Then it was postponed for two hours. And the thousands of Lebanese, trapped in endless jams of traf- fic on the narrow coastal road, sat sweating in their vehicles as through the sky above them.

The hiehwav was familial The highway was familiar. Had the world gone mad? Some of the refugees - the same in many cases, no doubt, as those who had fled past me in previous years -seemed to think so. In eveiy car, a radio was clasped to the driver's ear: You could see them shaking their heads in disbelief. Already the Iqiim al- Kharoub was under fire and the hills around Nabatea. An Israeli jet was reported to have fired a missile into a town near Amoun. And so the villages of the south, many of them old enough to appear in the annals of the Crusaders - Tibnin, Kafra, Yater, Bradchit, Khirbet Silm.

Majd el-Silm, Haris - were depopulated. Crossing south across the LitanI river. I found the road al- most empty. There were a few last refugees hobbling on foot, begging for lifts north, a clutch of Lebanese soldiers in their new American helmets - look- ing for all the world like US Murines in Bosnia - sitting on their armoured vehicles, staring skywards all the time, trying lo catch sight of the insect-like jets as they flitted through ihe fir- mament; then the long Roman highway to Tyre, as empty as a railway track, ominously sur- veyed by a distant Israeli heli- copter.

The city of Tyre was desert- ed, shuttered, the sea breeze banging unattended shutters, the United Nations flag snap- ping above the compound of the peace-keeping force on the sea front And inside, sheltering in a UN tent 1 found one of south- ern Lebanon's saddest refugees. Mo homed Mera was 67 and had left bis village of Kafra for 'tyre to send his famihr of ten to Beirut for safety.

Now he want- ed to go back to his abandoned village, to die if necessary. But no one would offer him a lift. Home is a good place to die.

The prematurely old man with bis white woollen cap and un- shaven cheeks pointed his fin- ger in the air. If it were up to us, there would be no war here. But the world is not in our hands. Chat he has no real con- victions. With just over two months to go before the presidential elec- tion, Mr Zyuganov has seen his once commanding lead in the polls shrink to singl e figures.

It has even pro- duced a pile of official documents outlining the best way of crushing his presidential challenge, he said. And he believes one of the main weapons against him is the Kremlin's ability to manipulate the press.

This week he spelt out this grievance in an attack on the state-controlled ftossiskaya Gazeia after it refused to pub- lish his party's pre-election pro- gramme. In February, their executives were given a harsh object lesson about the perils of displeasing the Kremlin, when Mr Yeltsin sacked the head of RTR.

Oleg Poptsov, accusing him of mis- reporling the war in Chechnya. A third big network. NTV has long had a reputation for chal- lenging the Yeltsin administra- tion. Angela Merkel, yesterday appealed for higher safety stan- dards in the nuclear power in- dustry but stopped well short of calling for the immediate clo- sure of the most dangerous re- actors still in operation in the former Soviet Union and east- ern Europe.

Winding up a four-day con- ference coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, Ms Merkel said that, despite that catastrophe, the nu- clear power industry still had a future - but only if safety was made the top priority. Many had hoped for an un- equivocal call for the shutdown of the 15 Chernobyl-type reac- tors still in operation in Russia.

For their part, environmentalists would have welcomed a rejec- tion of the whole idea of nudear power technology. A report prepared by the In- ternational Atomic Energy Agency, one of the co-organis- ers of the conference, called for the further upgrading of the plants to Western safety levels: Given the current economic difGculties of-Riissia, Ukraine and Lithuania, funding for the work can come only from the West, leaders of whom will be gathering in Moscow later this month for a Group of Seven richest nations summit on nu- clear issues.

Delegates in Vienna were also divided over the legacy of Chernobyl. Claims by the Ukrainian health ministry that , people had died as a re- sult of the disaster were dis- puted by Western specialists, who claimed that fewer t han deaths could be directly attrib- uted to what had happened. W as the first instalment, fotfcroJbyfow further instalments at otuMthly inigvate. Address rr n m m Postcode. Na , Signature InuntrlS yean. While the television compa- nies are on the President's side, so too are many of the news- papers - not least because many of them rely on government sub- sidies to survive.

I do not think that i is an" instance of freedom of ex pression when those who cal themselves democrats If M Zyuganov wins power, it woult close within six months, said it chairman. AP New Delhi — At the height of the feud between the queen mother of Gwalior and her sou, they lived walled off from each other in a colossal palace, which rises above the plains of central India, and never spoke.

They inhabited rival political realms, too. She is a Hindu re- vivalist, while her son. Mad- havrao, belonged to the secular Congress party. As the queen mother crace remarked wither- ingly. Mother and son traded accu- sations of stealing family heir- After 20 years' feuding, a mother and son are campaigning againstRao s government, writes Tim McGirk looms.

They padlocked doors m their room Jail Was palace to keep each other away from the Persian rugs, the Belgian oalists. The queen mother s son fled to Nepal whfleto mother suffered in a ceD. When she was released in , the itionol Westminster Bonk Pic. Registered in England No. Both are MRs; neither the son nor the mother lost a chance in parliament to sling insults at oue other. However, the Gwaliors dy- nastic quarrel may finally have ended.

The mother and son's re- union, however, is bad news for Narasimha Rao, the Prime Minister and Congress party leader, who inadvertently got the two back together again. The royal pair could harm Mr Rao's hopes of a Congress vic- tory in Madhya Pradesh in the upcoming general elections. The wily Prime Minister had gambled on revenge being a stronger trait among the Sdndia warrior dynasty than forgive- ness. Ur- bane, aristocratic and rid , Mr Sdndia was seen by year-old Mr Rao as a rising threat Mr Sdndia, along with several oth- er cabinet ministers, was forced by the premier to resign for allegedly having accepted black money.

He was also denied an election ticket. Instead of glowering in his Gwalior titadel, Mr Sdndia chose to figh t against Mr Rao's manoeuvrings. Although India's princes and nawabs were stripped of their titles, land and power after in- dependence, Mr Sdndia every- where is given a maharajah's greeting: She could have made a lot of trouble for the Scindias, confiscating their wealth and land and putting them all back in jail.

He befriended Indira Gandhi even though she had tried to destroy his mother. It was around then that the Raj Mata said she wished her son had been trampled at birth by elephants. Many of the state's Congress party leaders have snubbed the Prime Minister and are also pledging support for Mr Sandra. In Gwalior, the Congress party headquarters is virtually deserted, according to newspaper reports. Not only is Mr Rao bound to lose the key state of Madhya Pradesh with the Gwalior royals fighting against him, but Congress strategists privately admit that the party is likely to suffer de- feat in the Ganges plains of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar as well as in the southern state of Tamil Nadu.

The United Nations an- nounced it would attempt to get nearly of its workers out of the capital by boat. A US spokesman said a British mer- chant ship was offshore and would soon join the military operations. Government troops resumed shelling of the militar y bar- racks where thousands of sup- porters of the warlord Rooseveft Johnson are holed up.

Large explosions were heard throughout the city. Witnesses said two children were killed and 17 people were wounded by mortar fire at the barracks yesterday morning.

Overnight shelling killed seven people in a barracks church. Government troops — many of whom are former rebels brought into the military when a peace accord was reached last year - were reported ransack- ing and taking over houses. More than people had been evacuated by US military helicopters by yesterday morn- ing, after a day of looting and fighting between rival rebels and peace-keepers who appeared to join in the looting on Thursday.

A spokesman for the peace- keeping troops said the Ghana- ian President, Jerry Rawlings, had arrived with a diplomatic delegation from members of the Economic Community of West African States to help mediate a potential ceasefire. The violence has taken iistoll on Monrovia. Food and medi- cine are scarce and residents axe desperate.

The plans, which would ef- fectively subject national bud- get planing to greater joint EU decision-making, are certain to fuel British fears that the single currency would undermine sov- ereignty. The aim is to make EU countries inside and outside monetary union keep their spending under control, so that the angle currency remains sta- ble and keeps its value.

Yves Thibault de Silguy, the EU commissioner for monetary affairs, said the intention of the programme is to make countries meet the economic conver- Yves-Thibautt de Silguy: Peer group pressure gence rules set out in the Maas- tricht treaty.

He spoke as finance ministers gathered for an informal meeting in Verona. Mr de Silguy outlined a sys- tem under which finance min- isters might in future have to submit their taxing and public spending plans to their Euro- pean partners for agreement, should their economies appear to be running into trouble. If the plans were not deemed to be tough enough to keep the na- tional budget in line, the EU council might propose alterna- tives.

After fierce debate, MPs de- rided overwhelmingly that Mr Walesa's services to the state de- served to be recognised - as did those of two other previous presidents: Wojciech Jaruzels- ki, the country's last com m u n ist leader, and Rys 2 ard Kac- zorowski. Mr Walesa, who was narrowly defeated in November's presi- dential election by the former communist AJeksander Kwas- niewski, had complained that no provision had been made for him after he handed over office at the end of last year.

To underline the point, he an- nounced his intention to take up his old job as an electrician at the Gdansk shipyard where he founded the Solidarity trade union and where his former bosses said they would be delighted to have him back.

Part of the reason for the delay in awarding the pension was due to misgivings natty MPs felt making a sirailar provision for Mr Jaruzriski, who declared martial law in the country in But Mr Jarnzefeki said yes- terday that he would not collect his presidential pension as be was already getting one as a re- tired army general..

Rules for economic conver- gence already exist under the treaty, which also includes pro- vision for sanctions. Kenneth Clarke, the Chan- cellor, was already expecting to do battle in Verona over EU moves to encourage Britain to join a new exchange rate mech- anism in the run up to mone- tary union.

There has been grow- ing concent about how to bring countries into line in the run up to monetary union. But concern has also focused on how to force countries which do join to con- tinue to obey the convergence rules. The Commission appeared wary yesterday of giving too much detail of the plan, which officials acknowledge would be viewed as highly controversial in Britain and some other mem- ber states.

Donna Mercier in silhouette on television and right leaving a Toronto police station after being charged Photographs: Yesterday, after a week-long outpouring of generosity, it turned out that the public had been the victims of a hoax.

Ms Layef- sky said she would plead innocence. Further details of the case were due to be released yes- terday. But the arrest followed media disclosures over the past two days that began to eat away at what had seemed to be one of the most heart-warming sto- ries in Canada this year.

It turned out that Merrier did not have cancer. Police said she had a kidney ailment insteacL and there were conflicting re- ports about its seriousness. Then the Tbronto Star reported that Merrier was convicted of public mischief in after claiming she had been raped by two men. She later admitted that she had lied and pleaded guilty to the mischief charge. On Wednesday, police froze the bank account set up for the woman and stepped up an in- vestigation into her claims.

Merrier, whose name was not disclosed until Wednesday, be- came the object of national at- tention on 4 April when police reported a purse-snatching from a cancer-stricken single mother. Police said she had lost money, identification and a bus ticket for her son, so he could be with relatives after her death. Police said the woman never asked for help or money, and had to be persuaded to let them go public with the story of the theft in the hope that pub- licity would lead to recovery oF her purse.

When the story was report- ed on television and in news- papers, donations and offers of help flowed in. A bank account was opened for the woman, who asked not to be identified be- cause she said she had recent- ly left an abusive relationship. As the donations piled up, she appeared at a news confer- ence, tearfully thanking her donors and asking that hey stop sending money.

Is that what you want, madame'T This was the less than enthusiastic sales pitch for the le vegiburger, the new departure for Hippopotamus, the french. The arrival of the vegiburger at Hippo tam us was planned, the management says, long before the beef scare.

But its launch was brought forward a couple of weeks, expanding the restau- rants' non-beef options, and the printed menu does not yet recognise the fart I scanned it several times before establishing that the vegiburger merited only a discreet notice on the table, list- ing the alternatives to beet leg of lamb, grilled pork, vegibiug- er, salad Nicoise. Hippopotamus says that it in- troduced the non-meat burger lo cater for what seemedT a growing number of mainly younger customers who or- dered a salad or a combination plate, then proceeded to pick out the bits of meat and leave them tidily on the side.

The trend was small but, in a country where a meal is often not considered a meal without a decent piece of meat, signif- icant. According to official statistics, meat consumption in France declined by almost 3 per cent in , an unprecedent- ed fall. Now, the beef crisis is push- ing vegetarianism further into respectability. It commands a new interest, if not respect. Over the past two weeks, as French ministers, meat whole- salers and butchers have been trying to talk up the languish- ing beef market, the few vege- tarian restaurants in Paris and other big cities have registered a 30 per cent increase in custom.

Newspapers and magazines have started printing vegetari- an recipes. At Hippopotamus, though, the waiters and customers seem far from convinced. Mine was the only vegiburg- er in sight in the crowded restaurant. To my left a couple ordered plates of beef carpac- cio; two beef tartars arrived fur- ther down; three hamburgers rare behind me, and two huge steaks extra rare to the right.

Vegetarian awareness may be growing, slowly. But meat-eat- ing is not yet out of fashion.

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