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Michael Gove argues that schools should teach children about kings, queens and wars. He's offering a
Hamish Meldrum, head of the BMA, says Andrew Lansley is forcing unworkable, unprecedented “efficienc
“The fate of nations should be decided by their own people”.
Without a focused and consistent message, any political party is stuck. Voters make decisions based not on specific party policies or positions, but on larger "frames" or metaphors.
From the Chagos Islands to Pakistan, innocent civilians are pawns to America, backed by Britain. In our compliant political culture, this deadly game seldom speaks its name.
A woven history of the trade economy.
Political biopics can conceal as much as they reveal, writes Ryan Gilbey.
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