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Labour's leadership, Sarko the piglet, and the world's most incompetent terrorists

By Prospect   July 2010

June 2010: Tintoretto’s Apollo and the Muses is unveiled to the public for the first time ever at the National Trust’s Kingston Lacy estate in Dorset, having undergone extensive restoration


Labour’s leadership battle of the brothers

As the long summer of Labour’s leadership campaign begins, all candidates must answer one question: how do you beat a Miliband? David started well, especially given his donation of at least a dozen supportive MPs to help Diane Abbott qualify, likely a clever ploy to split his rivals on the left. The…

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