sterling is much too strong, manufacturing as a percentage of GDP in the UK has shrunk
from 32% as late as 1970 to the unviable level of barely 10% now.
If we take a brief look back at our history of
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elites really stand.
We already have a sound structure for innovation. What this Bill will deliver is medical improvisation with virtually non-existent patient safeguards.
The role of our security services in the actions of 'Jihadi John' needs grown up discussion - we must not forget the lessons of Northern Ireland.
Malcolm Rifkind has faced public rage this week. He deserves every decibel of it.
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