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As I am a foreigner, there’s a natural limit to what I can say about any US presidential elections. This is true for billions of other people in the world. But we feel we can at least ask a question … Continue reading
I have to admit that I have never understood the conservative cast of mind, except in respect of a few things dear to me, such as some old buildings. So I am again surprised by Conservative surprise at what the … Continue reading
Are British politicians cynical enough? I ask because it sometimes doesn’t look as if they are. Two items in the Sunday papers yesterday are relevant to this discussion about realism and ethics in politics.