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Who runs Britain?

Westminster cannot compete with the lords of money and Brussels

David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg (L-R): "Money and status follows power, and power has migrated to the big global corporations)". © Getty Images

Having spent most of my lifetime reporting on British politics, it’s hard to remember such a potentially bumpy, and exciting, coming together of big events. There’s the Scottish referendum. Then there’s the general election, following on from the first coalition…

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