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Is Sarko a sex dwarf—or just saving face?

By Duncan Brown  

Sarko and Carla: a bona fide pair of "hot rabbits"?

When 24-hour licensing was introduced in 2005, the government said it wanted Britain to imitate the “continental” drinking culture, where everyone sipped half-pints at café tables and the virtues of moderation were imbibed with spritzer at the age of five. That is a complete fable, says Jim Pollard in the forthcoming issue of Prospect, available on 25th March. The drift has been in the opposite…

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