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Editorial: Another country

Bronwen Maddox introduces the February issue

By Bronwen Maddox   February 2013

Britain has undergone great changes over the past decade, as the census makes clear

Britain has become a different country in just a decade. That is the message of the census, which showed the largest growth in the population since the survey began 200 years ago. Politicians are in flight from the implications. No party has addressed the five serious questions arising from this change, as Philip Collins argues. The first is where parties should seek their voters, given that the old politics of identity, based on religion…

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