A collection of Donald McGill postcards, some of which were banned more than 50 years ago, has gone on display at a new museum devoted to his work in Ryde on the Isle of Wight
The Clegg-Ignatieff coalition of cousins
In July, Canadian opposition leader (and Prospect contributor) Michael Ignatieff took the opportunity of a trip to Britain for his daughter’s graduation to meet up with Britain’s deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg. With talk of a potential coalition between Ignatieff’s Liberals and the rival New Democratic party dominating Canadian politics, Nick doubtless had some sound power-sharing tips. But the…
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