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To AV or not to AV?
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What Lisbon means for Europe
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Jerome di Costanzo is a French writer, analyst and journalist now living in Yorkshire. He specialises in politics, religion and philosophy. He is also a contributor to droitelibre – a liberal Conservative think-tank - and to surlering.