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Articles from March 1, 1999

15 YEARS AGO . . . THE Nation's Best-Known Cockney Newspaperman Lost His Libel Case against the BBC in 1984. MONICA PORTER Recalls the Irrepressible Derek Jameson
Byline: MONICA PORTER DEREK JAMESON, former editor of three Fleet Street newspapers, went silent and looked slightly queasy when he learned in the High Court that he had lost his libel action against the BBC and faced a legal bill of some [pounds...
Annie, the Mother Who Is 46 Going on 21; LIVING WITH PETER PAN SYNDROME (CONTINUED)
WHEN Annie Genower answers the door to salesmen, they invariably ask if her father is at home. People who see the 46-year-old out with her three adult children assume she is their sister. And at a recent family fancy dress party she was almost...
Are These Really the Top 20 Designs of the Century?
Byline: JEEVAN VASAGAR A LIST produced by the BBC of the 20th century's best art and design masterpieces has caused an argument which could last into the next millennium. The choice, by a panel including a former pop singer and a literary critic,...
At Last, a Happy Family Snap for the Cook Album; BOOK BRINGS GAYNOR CLOSER TO MOTHER-IN-LAW
Byline: GERARD BURKE ONLY a year ago, Gaynor Regan was the 'other woman' who had broken up a 28-year marriage and still faced hostility from her married lover's family. But at the weekend, the new Mrs Robin Cook showed she has won the trust and...
Battle Cry to Save the Pound
WILLIAM HAGUE is to set up a policy commission to look at the advantages of keeping the pound. With the cry of 'Let battle commence' he yesterday unveiled plans for economists and city experts to explore how Britain 'can take the fullest advantage...
BBC's Design of the Century Award to Mackintosh Mocked
Byline: DEBORAH ANDERSON A CHARLES Rennie Mackintosh creation has topped a BBC list of the 20th century's best art and design masterpieces. Glasgow School of Art, in Renfrew Street, Glasgow, was built between 1896 and 1909 in two phases based...
Bloodlust of Britain's Seal Killers; Slaughtered for Fun as They Bask in the Sun
AS his companion steadies their boat, a gunman stands and takes aim at a dark shape in the water. Another seal is about to die in the name of conservation. For this is one of the more drastic ways that fishermen protect their livelihood. With...
Britain Pays Price of Designer Mark- Ups
Byline: JOHN FRASER SHOPPERS could make major savings if British supermarkets were allowed to import cut-price designer goods from the U.S. and the Far East, Brussels has confirmed. An EU survey published at the weekend gives even more ammunition...
BROKEN PROMISES; Stubbs Says Celtic Won't Let Him Leave
Byline: PETER JARDINE ALAN STUBBS last night accused Fergus McCann of breaking a verbal promise to let him return to England - as he pleaded with Celtic for compassionate leave. Aston Villa want to sign the Park-head defender and are prepared...
Brown and Cook Head List of the 'Arrogant' Ministers
Byline: CHRIS BUCKLAND A SECRET dossier is being prepared accusing 'arrogant' ministers of trying to undermine Parliament's watchdog committees. Foreign Secretary Robin Cook and Chancellor Gordon Brown head the list of shame as the worst offenders...
Can Housework Cure Stress? A Recent Survey Claimed Chores Such as Washing-Up Are the Ideal Way to Stay Calm. but Is It Really True?
WASHING-up is is good for the soul and your health - well at least that is what the makers of Fairy Liquid are getting in a lather about. A survey conducted by Proctor & Gamble found that doing the dishes leaves 94 pc of us in an 'upbeat and positive...
Can Robbie Fight off His Demons without an All Saint's Love?
Byline: RICK HEWETT IT SHOULD be the crowning moment of his career. The world at his feet after one of pop's most astonishing comebacks, Robbie Williams could be forgiven a degree of smug satisfaction. But just as life is bringing him the...
Charles Beefs Up Farmers' Campaign
Byline: STEVE DOUGHTY PRINCE CHARLES will speak up for beleaguered beef farmers today. He will launch a 'buy Welsh beef' campaign aimed at overcoming the impact of the BSE scare and European export bans. His backing for the Welsh Beef Promotion...
Choose Your Bafta Winner
THE BAFTA awards are Britain's answer to the Oscars - and you have a chance to vote for your favourite film of the year and to attend the star-studded ceremony itself. Last year was a bumper one for British cinema, with home-grown films and talent...
Chumley the Chimp Held Up a No 53 Bus, Molested a Woman Passenger and Flattened a Nightclub Bouncer. but Still Gerald Durrell Never Forgave the Zoo Bosses Who Shot Him; Concluding Our Fascinating Series on a Much - Loved Author.
Byline: DOUGLAS BOTTING ON SATURDAY we told how Gerald Durrell, author of the classic book My Family And Other Animals, was dumped by his wife before falling for a zoologist half his age. Here, in the concluding part of our series, we examine...
Clinton 'Oxford Rape'; Website Names Girl 'He Met in a Pub'
Byline: GEORGE GORDON BILL Clinton has been accused of raping a 19-year-old girl while he was studying in Britain in the Sixties. The claim was one of a number of scandals threatening the President last night as Monica Lewin-sky prepared to launch...
Comic Fan Making Whoopee with a [Pounds Sterling]6,200 Beano
Byline: TINA DAWSON WHEN the first edition of the Beano emerged from Dundee in 1938 it cost two old pennies and came with a free Whoopee mask. Yesterday one former reader was pleased he had treasured it as a child and never threw it away for...
Cyber Terrorist Strikes; Defence Chiefs 'Blackmailed' as Hacker Targets Satellites and Security Posts
Byline: STEVEN MORRIS;PETER ROSE POLICE are hunting a computer hacker who is alleged to have targeted military bases and tried to blackmail defence chiefs. The infiltrator is said to have attempted to gain control of a military communications...
Daredevil Divers Swept out to Sea Live to Regret the Ultimate Rush
Byline: NICOLA MCALLEY FOUR divers who were swept miles out to sea after a daredevil stunt went wrong were rescued after a massive search operation yesterday. The three men and a woman lost contact with their launch boat in rough seas after diving...
Deaths-Case Doctor Still Treats Women
Byline: EMILY WILSON A BRITISH gynaecologist struck off in Canada after the death of a patient is finally under investigation in Britain. The Canadian authorities banned Dr Richard Neale, 51, in the early 1980s. But when he returned to this...
Designer Bag Ladies
Byline: RACHAEL SNOWDEN WOULD you spend hundreds of pounds on something as basic as a handbag? More and more women are - and not just those on big salaries. Designer bags are 1999's biggest status symbol and girls are blowing more on them...
Diana Fund Is Braced for a [Pounds Sterling]1m Legal Bill; NEW ROW OVER LAWYERS' FEES
THE Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund is bracing itself for another massive legal bill, expected to be more than [pounds sterling]1million, from law firm Mishcon de Reya. The same company charged the fund [pounds sterling]500,000 for 11 weeks'...
Don't Pension off Top Refs Too Early
Byline: PHIL OSBORN PREMIERSHIP and Football League match control standards could be improved if soccer followed the example of rugby union and scrapped the rules forcing referees to retire at 47. That advice comes from one of rugby's top officials,...
Dunne to Cash in after Unkind Cut Hits Holiday
Byline: IAN GIBB EVEN Colin Dunne and his most fervent followers must have wondered whether he had taken on too much before his world lightweight title triumph over South Africa's dangerous challenger Phillip Holiday at York Hall, Bethnal Green....
Eat to Beat Menopause (Part Two)
Byline: BONNIE ESTRIDGE AFTER the incredible interest generated by Linda Kearn's HRT Cake last year, we published a series of Beat The Menopause recipes based on foods containing phytoestrogens - natural chemicals found in plants which mimic female...
Even the Big Fish Have Been Swallowed Whole by the New King Kong of Agents
Byline: NEIL WILSON A FUTURE question for Nick Hancock to ask his goodie-two-shoes team captain Gary Lineker on They Think It's All Over: what has he in common with the very large New York basketball player Patrick Ewing? Or with Houston Rockets'...
Fall of Fluff; Tiger Prepares to Part Company with the Moustachioed Doyen of Caddies Who Helped Plot His Meteoric Rise
Byline: ALAN FRASER TIGER WOODS is preparing to sack his caddie and hand over the most famous and most lucrative bag in golf to another. Pete 'Fluff' Cowan, who has caddied for Woods since he turned professional three years ago, is said to be...
Fan Killed in Battle of the Boxing Mobs
Byline: ANDREW LOUDON A BOXING fan died under the wheels of a coach as he fled a mob of rival spectators at a title fight. The 31-year-old man was crushed during a mass brawl which erupted after the top-of-the-bill bout ended in a controversial...
Farry Kept Good Company - but Too Often Delivered Bad News
Byline: RODDY THOMSON RODDY THOMSON on the former market gardener who rose to high office, upheld traditional values through an old-fashioned structure, planted seeds of success for a new Hampden and fell foul of changing times CAREER obituaries...
Fergie Refresher Course Is Lost on Gloom and Doom Brigade
Byline: JEFF POWELL LOOKING For Mr Bad Manager. . . Desperately Seeking Something Flawed In Fergie...Another Messed-Up Day In Paradise. The amateur scriptwriters were sharpening their pencils on Saturday, the Alex Ferguson begrudgers to the forefront....
FIREWALKING; Therapy of the Week
Byline: ROSE ROUSE WE ARRIVED at Woolston Manor, a Georgian house near Totnes, Devon, to try something completely different -firewalking. As we are sipping tea at 3.30pm, John Shango, who runs courses in personal mastery, tells us we'll be doing...
Germany Calling as Sonner Outshines Gascoigne
Byline: PETER FERGUSON DANNY SONNER'S latest impressive performance for revitalised Sheffield Wednesday has put him in line for a surprise role in Northern Ireland's trip to Germany later this month. Yet, the midfielder was unable to force his...
Gorman Bound for Ipswich as Burley's No.2
Byline: JOHN DRAYTON FORMER England assistant coach John Gorman is being lined up as No.2 to Ipswich manager George Burley. Gorman, sacked when Kevin Keegan took charge of England, has spoken to Burley and Ipswich chairman David Sheepshanks about...
Hague Slaps Down Rebel Heavyweights; TOE THE LINE OR YOU'RE OUT, HESELTINE AND CLARKE TOLD
Byline: DAVID HUGHES AN exasperated William Hague yesterday delivered a stinging ultimatum to Michael Heseltine and Kenneth Clarke over Europe. He warned the two Tory heavyweights they would be 'out on their ear' if they do not toe the party...
He's Been Labelled a Crank, a Reactionary and a Bore but Here One Writer Argues That, on the Issues That Matter, Prince Charles Has Been . . . VINDICATED
Byline: LEO MCKINSTRY FEW public figures in modern Britain have been more mocked and criticised than the Prince of Wales. 'Eccentric', 'bizarre', 'ignorant' and 'unbalanced' are just some of the milder epithets used over the past three decades...
Hopeless Ineptitude Our Way of Life
Byline: KEITH WATERHOUSE THE FINDINGS of the long-awaited Waterhouse Inquiry into the shambling incompetence endemic to British life were leaked to a Sunday newspaper this weekend. In the absence of Home Secretary Jack Straw who had skived off...
How Pet TV Is Harming Scots Animal Welfare Work
Byline: NATALIE WALKER TELEVISION pet documentaries are depriving Scottish animal welfare charities of vital funds, it was claimed last night. The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the nation"s biggest pet welfare group,...
How the Blues of the Birth Can Turn Sons into Tearaways
MOTHERS who suffer postnatal depression are more likely to produce disruptive children who do badly at school, according to research. But only boys seem to be affected by their mothers' black moods. The sons of mothers who suffer depression are...
I Had My Baby in a Bathing Pool in Our Kitchen; THE DAY THAT CHANGED MY LIFE
Byline: LESTER MIDDLEHURST LORRAINE ASHBOURNE, 36, stars in two major BBC1 drama series. She plays Geraldine Powell in Playing The Field and Sgt Yvonne Mackey in City Central. She has lived with actor Andy Serkis for eight years and the couple have...
Israel in Revenge Blitz on Hezbollah Bombers
Byline: DAVID SHAW ISRAEL launched a massive offensive against Lebanon last night in revenge for a bomb ambush that killed four people, including one of its top young generals. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered a ground, air and sea assault...
Is There Life after Docu-Soap? They're the Ordinary People Who Become Heroes and Villains as Stars of Television's Fly-on-the-Wall Shows. but What Happens to Their Lives after the Cameras Stop Rolling? They're the Ordinary People Who Become Heroes and Villains as Stars of Television's Fly-on-the-Wall Shows. but What Happens to Their Lives after the Cameras Stop Rolling?
Byline: SARAH IVENS;PAUL BRACCHI IT'S the TV phenomenon of the age - the fly-on-the-wall docu-soap. A TV crew sets up in a suburban town or workplace and puts everyday life in Britain under the microscope. One or two personalities emerge, proving...
Keegan on the Spot or Fa Will Go for Kidd
Byline: MARTIN LIPTON KEVIN KEEGAN will be told to decide this month if he really wants to be England manager after hints that he might be willing to extend his caretaker brief. Senior Football Association figures believe Keegan can still be...
Keeper Forest Forgot Saves the Day
Byline: IVAN SPECK JUST Dave Beasant's luck. This season Forest's veteran goalkeeper has been relatively impressive, despite being behind a defence which had shipped 54 goals prior to Saturday. Yet, one blunder against Chelsea meant that Beasant...
Kilted Kitty out for Stardom
Byline: MARIE SHARP THE adventures of Maisie the Cat, the kilt-wearing moggy from Morningside in Edinburgh , have brought laughter to thousands of children. But now the popular star of children's books and her feline friends Professor Mackenzie...
Lawyers: They're a Blight,not a Solution
Byline: PETER MCKAY SINCE Sir William Macpherson's report into the murder of Stephen Lawrence has descended into a cynical farce in a matter of days, shouldn't we have an inquiry into the inquiry? Who is the true author of the Lawrence report's...
Leftwing MP Rains on Labour's Parade
Byline: ELIZABETH QUIGLEY DONALD DEWAR was yesterday forced onto the defensive when one of his senior MPs and a member of his election 'Cabinet' launched an unprecedented attack on a key party strategy. The Scottish Secretary's unveiling of his...
Le Saux Deserved Red, Says Ref
Byline: MARTIN LIPTON GRAEME LE SAUX should have been sent off for delivering a forearm smash to the back of Robbie Fowler's neck, referee Paul Durkin admitted last night. Durkin conceded he was 'annoyed' that he had missed the clash between...
Loss of Memory Link to Mobile Phones
Byline: LUCIE MORRIS MOBILE phones have been linked to memory loss in worrying new research. Scientists say tests on humans showed the phones disrupted a part of the brain which controls memory and learning. Researchers at Bristol Royal Infirmary...
Man from Moscow in a Vigil for Sheena; BOYFRIEND FLIES HOME TO SPUR PRESENTER'S FIGHT FOR LIFE AFTER CRASH
Byline: CHRIS MAGUIRE;JULIA TIMMS THE boyfriend of Channel 4 presenter Sheena McDonald was at her hospital bedside last night as she continued her fight for life. Allan Little, the BBC's Moscow correspondent, flew home from Russia to join her...
Marti's Health Scare; WET WET WET SINGER RUSHED TO HOSPITAL AFTER COLLAPSING IN HOTEL
Byline: GERARD BURKE SINGER Marti Pellow was at the centre of a health scare last night after collapsing in a luxury hotel room. The Wet Wet Wet frontman was found unconscious by paramedics after they were called to his room at the exclusive...
Millennium Ad Auction
ADVERTISERS could be bidding up to [pounds sterling]1million to secure the last TV commercial of 1999 and the first in 2000. A dozen firms are believed to be ready for a sealed-bid auction to create their own 30 seconds of history. Some opened...
Motorists Are Banned from the Road of the Toads
Byline: DAVID DERBYSHIRE A PLAN which could prevent tens of thousands of amorous toads being killed on the roads begins today. For the first time, an entire country lane is being closed to allow the amphibians to migrate to their breeding grounds...
New Tale of Two Cities
Byline: JACI STEPHEN Shanghai Vice (C4); London's Burning (ITV) WE THINK we have problems with the Met in this country; you should see the Shanghai police force. 'You're a whore, aren't you?' said one cop, to a sobbing woman who had just been...
NEW TALE OF TWO CITIES; Shanghai Vice (C4); London's Burning (ITV)
Byline: JACI STEPHEN WE THINK we have problems with the Met in this country; you should see the Shanghai police force. 'You're a whore, aren't you?' said one cop, to a sobbing woman who had just been arrested. He accused her of dealing in heroin....
Oxford Fail Screen Test
Byline: BRIAN SCOVELL THE best thing about Britain's first footballing pay-per-view experiment was that it cut David Mellor's Six-O-Six programme short on Saturday. Mellor was just recovering from the shock of being sworn at by a man claiming...
Percy Tanks through the Ranks; Answers to Correspondants
QUESTION During World War II, how did Percy Hobart achieve a meteoric rise from lance-corporal to general in a single week? SIR Percy Hobart's 'meteoric' rise was achieved only because he had already made the move in the opposite direction. ...
Peruvian Herbs Cured My PMS L; SELF - ALTERNIVELY SPEAKING
Byline: DR JOHN BRIFFA LUCY SOMERSET, 36, from Glasgow, suffered severe pre-menstrual symptoms from when she was a teenager. For up to two weeks each month, Lucy would experience bloating and breast tenderness, coupled with extreme irritability...
Piped Away for a Song; BAND'S DEMISE LEAVES A SOUR NOTE AS KILTS AND DRUMS ARE SOLD DOWN SOUTH
Byline: GARRY MACLEOD FOR the people of the Highland village of Kingussie, there is nothing more stirring than the sound of pipes and drums. When their local Badenoch pipe band needed uniforms and instruments, they raised [pounds sterling]20,000...
Positive Thinking to Save the Pound
THE challenge the Prime Minister has thrown down on the single currency has been decisively picked up, and the most important issue that has faced this country in generations may yet get the debate it deserves. Unveiling the National Changeover...
[Pounds Sterling]22m to Find out That Car Drivers Hate Jams
Byline: SONIA PURNELL THE fruits of Labour's massive spending on focus groups and private opinion polls have been revealed. Among the insights gained from the investment running at [pounds sterling]1million a month are that drivers dislike jams...
[Pounds Sterling]5bn 'Stealth Tax' on Business
BUSINESS is paying out [pounds sterling]5billion a year in new 'stealth taxes', the Tories claim. The revenue is equivalent to 3p on the basic rate of income tax. The disclosure flies in the face of Tony Blair's claim in the Commons three weeks...
Ramadhin Owns Up at Last: I Used to Chuck It
Byline: PETER JOHNSON AT LAST the truth can be told. Forty-nine years after Sonny Ramadhin's sleight of hand first made fools of the world's finest batsmen, he is prepared to reveal the dark secret hidden beneath the shirt sleeve that always stayed...
Robert Died in My Arms and I Feel So Lost without Him. Acting Doesn't Prepare You for R Eal Grief; BILLIE WHITELAW TALKS MOVINGLY ABOUT LIFE WITHOUT HER HUSBAND
Byline: ANGELA LAMBERT BILLIE WHITELAW, for 40 years one of the greatest actresses on the British stage, is coming to terms with a new role. Her husband - author and playwright Robert Muller - died last May. They had been happily married for more...
Rusedski Left Red-Faced in Final Defeat
GREG RUSEDSKI yesterday missed out on his biggest win in Britain so far - but the defeat may have saved him from an almighty row. Richard Krajicek eventually won a bruising and ultimately gripping Guardian Direct Cup final 7-6, 6-7, 7-5 after a...
SFA Powerbrokers Move to End Farry's Reign
Byline: PETER JARDINE JIM FARRY'S reign as Scottish football supremo is to end, leaving Fergus McCann celebrating the ultimate victory. Sportsmailunderstands that the all-powerful SFA office bearers - Jack McGinn of Celtic, Chris Robinson of...
Skateboard Boys Find Murdered Girl in Lake
Byline: KATE HURRY A TEENAGE girl has been found murdered in a lake at a beauty spot. Two boys out skateboarding discovered the body of Rachel Glenn, who would have celebrated her 16th birthday next week, floating in the shallows. Police said...
Sounds like the Spot for a Luxury Break; Modest Hotel Is Synonymous with Five-Star Neighbour
Byline: TINA DAWSON THEY are only a mile apart but are in different leagues when it comes to the cost of accommodation. Whereas the famous Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire charges around [pounds sterling]140 a night, its modest neighbour charges...
Straw Returns from the Riviera to Face Critics
Byline: DAVID HUGHES JACK STRAW flew back to Britain last night to defend himself against fierce attacks following the farcical publication of the Stephen Lawrence report. The storm over his decision to spend a long weekend on the French Riviera...
Take an Aspirin! WHAT BANK OF ENGLAND GOVERNOR EDDIE GEORGE TOLD THE HARD-PRESSED BOSSES
Byline: DAVID NORRIS EDDIE GEORGE angered hard-pressed businessmen last night by saying all he could do to ease their worries was offer them an aspirin. Asked what advice he had for a struggling boss, particularly one trying to do business in...
The Cloning Watchdogs Who All Think the Same Way; PEER ATTACKS 'BLATANT DISREGARD FOR IMPARTIALITY'
Byline: GORDON RAYNER A GROUP entrusted with guiding Government policy on cloning is made up entirely of scientists with a vested interest in the subject, it is being claimed. They either have strong links with embryo research or are advocates...
The Genius Aged Three; Errol Has an IQ of 150, a Photographic Memory and Counts in Swahili
HE already has a photographic memory, can count to ten in five languages including Swahili - and has an IQ of 150. Now Errol Kerr's parents are a little worried about whether they can keep up with their three-year-old son's remarkable talents. ...
The Golfing Coarse; Yobs to Get [Pounds Sterling]10,000 for Free Lessons to Prevent Them Following a Life of Crime
Byline: TINA DAWSON YOUNG tearaways are to be given free golf lessons at a cost of thousands of pounds to the taxpayer. Social workers believe learning golf will turn problem teenagers away from crime, but politicians are angry at what they call...
The Home Counties Blond Who Faces 24 Years for Defiling the American Dream
Byline: DANNY BUCKLAND;PAUL HARRIS LAST month, at a court in Orlando, Briton Chantal McCorkle and her American husband were each jailed for 24 years without parole for a [pounds sterling]45million get-rich-quick property fraud. Here the Mail charts...
The Peter Pan Figure Unable to Turn the Other Cheek
Byline: MARTIN LIPTON TO SAY Graeme Le Saux has a short fuse would be an understatement on a par with describing the Ides of March as a disappointing time for Julius Caesar. The Channel Islander is unquestionably the most intellectual member...
Tigers Pay Dearly as Johnson's Fuse Blows Yet Again
Byline: PETER JACKSON ACCORDING to Leicester manager Dean Richards, Martin Johnson is being persecuted for his recent troubles. If so, then the last nine days will be nothing compared to the persecution which the natives will be arranging for him...
True Spur Hughton Happy to Step Aside
Byline: MARTIN LIPTON THE TOTTENHAM fans who sang Chris Hughton's praises may not be happy at seeing another element of George Graham's Arsenal past re-instituted at White Hart Lane. But if there were any who could not see why Stewart Houston...
Virginia Asks
Byline: VIRGINIA IRONSIDE SHOULD YOU HAVE A BABY ON YOUR OWN? GOOD mothers want to give their children everything they possibly can. But good parenting starts long before the baby is born, indeed, long before it's even conceived - because first...
Wenger the Mindbender; Arsenal Boss Cranks Up the Pressure on His Title Rivals
Byline: JOHN RICHARDSON ARSENE WENGER resorted to psychological warfare again yesterday as he reacted to a setback for his Arsenal side in the race for the Premiership. Wenger, who admitted that the 1-1 draw at Newcastle was two points dropped,...
Whoopee, Says Fan Who Paid [Pounds Sterling]6,200 for a Comic
THE Beano's number one fan was trembling with excitement yesterday after paying [pounds sterling]6,200 for its first edition. Oliver Driscoll's auction bid was the highest price ever paid for a comic in Britain and more than half a million times...
Why I Now Believe Breast Screening Is a Waste of Time BY THE PROFESSOR WHO PIONEERED IT
Byline: PROFESSOR MICHAEL BAUM FOR ME, one of the saddest events of 1998 was the death of Linda McCartney from breast cancer. Linda stands as the representative of the hundreds of women with the disease who attend my clinics each year, and the thousands...
Wintry Years Keep Oil Men Shivering
Byline: BRIAN O'CONNOR A CHILL wind is blowing through the oil industry. Before it dies, it could knock over a batch of vulnerable companies and force others to huddle together for shelter. It might overturn a despot or two in the producer...