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Not everyone is looking forward to the Olympics. Incredible to relate, but plenty of people think next year’s sporting bonanza will be something of a waste of money at a time when, as we’re constantly reminded, Britain is teetering on the edge of bankruptcy.
There is a reason to be glad about 2012, though, even if [...]
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