The latest tiff between toffs gives plenty of food for thought.
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Then, upon my return, there it was! A visitation! A miracle! What a joy it is to be alive in Jeremy Corbyn’s Britain.
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We English drinkers need no longer sip from the bitter amphora of agricultural inadequacy: we can have our wine and everyone else’s, too.
Let it rot, and keep your little microbes happy.
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