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Number 601 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No was asked by the indispensable Paul Waugh yesterday of David Cameron’s instant footnote in history, “Calm down, dear.”
DELHI: India used to be a proud leader of the old Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), standing notionally between the US and Soviet blocs, but always tilting towards Moscow.
It is therefore both apt and heartening to hear today reports that the government is taking a truly NAM-style route on an $11bn contract for fighter jets by rejecting [...]
Divide and conquer. One of the oldest methods of colonialist powers. Sow seeds of division amongst the people you are there to “civilise”, in order to weaken their resistance against your occupation of their land.
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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 [...]
By Will Hawkes | | Thursday, 28 April 2011 at 10:49 am
A cardinal rule of Britain’s unwritten constitutions is that the royals stay out of party politics. By class, upbringing, wealth and lifestyle they are not on the left. The Prince’s Trust would fit comfortably into the Blue Labour ideas of faith, flag and country and his work is pure Big Society. By contrast, Prince Charles’ [...]
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