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We have established, for the time being, that the United Kingdom will remain united; how should it run itself now? Should it devolve more power to regions, to cities? Should England have more of a voice? And what, in the 21st century, should we expect the state to do—and not do? Those are the questions which we will answer in our Blueprint for…

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