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Our cartoonist Tom Humberstone reflects on the Charlie Hebdo shooting and subsequent debates.
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Shadow chancellor uses his own US trip to warn that Washington is asking "Why is David Cameron proposing to take such big risks with Britain's economic future?"
Our unquestioning idolatry of Winston Churchill prevents a true understanding of his life and career.
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Labour left out?
To overreact to what happened in Paris – to indulge in grandiose declarations about wars between civilisations or to turn Britain into a surveillance state – would further encourage the terrorists to believe that they are winning. They are not.
Among the breathless analysis following the Charlie Hebdo shooting, there's no comforting narrative of "us v them".
An uncivil liberty.
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