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Schoolchildren watch the eclipse outside the Glasgow Science Centre in March: "the manifestos were ambitious on education; the question is whether they can deliver." © Andy Buchanan/Getty

Has the United Kingdom finally become “Little Britain”? You’d think so from this election campaign. The parties have largely avoided the big issues facing the country, producing micro-policies they hope will grab a day’s headlines and a…

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