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A party for England

I was amused by the notion that the argument between left and right was never emotive and fractious. Euan McColm gazing wistfully backwards with rose-tinted view as he pines for the old simplicities and certainties of the British politics he … Continue reading

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Who decides?

If the “federalisation” proposals advanced by the Constitution Reform Group (CRG) are a game of spot the fallacy then it will be a very short game indeed. Listen to the language. Does not talk of a “bottom up” process necessarily … Continue reading

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