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Can we blithely assert – just weeks after the Hillsborough inquest – that the state’s agencies will never abuse power or make mistakes?
The report, which was commissioned in 2009, is set to be published on 6 July.
We are no longer in the era of two-party politics. We've got to get used to it.
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A military alliance cannot be regarded as an instrument of peace.
References to classical battles and the “liberal cosmopolitan European enlightenment” will do the Vote Leave campaign more harm than good.
Instead of able, technocratic leaders with strong ties to the West, we see a less reformist, less competent cabinet.
The EU referendum is the last throes of Empire working its way out of our systems.
Fostering cohesion and making immigration work will be a key part of the new mayor's job.
Focus groups with former Labour voters in the key marginal revealed no progress on the problems that stopped people voting Labour back in 2015.
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