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Our EU membership is not tied up with migration, but it is tied up with British jobs, economic growth, and the security of our country. These are not trivial matters. But right now they are being ruthlessly sidelined in favour of an irrational obsession with a totally different issue.
The Islamic State nightmare will one day end but its barbarity and inhumanity will remain vivid for survivors without greater support.
For many years, the Prime Minister has given the impression he regards Eastern Europe as a place to be talked about, not to.
In 1916, in one of history’s longest and deadliest battles, 300,000 French and German troops died for a few acres of France. The ghosts still linger.
Even Marco Rubio, the grandees' last, best hope, is running out of road.
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Antonin Scalia's death was headline news around the world, yet most Brits would struggle to name a UK Supreme Court justice.
Remembering the first wave of privatisation in the 1990s, when things fell apart.
Those seeking sanctuary deserve a better response than the one given by Britain's government, says Diane Abbott.
The German attitude puts other EU member states to shame.
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