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Hardship in Syria, inter-generational inequality and Cameron's big policy decision

By Prospect Team  

The Syrian people's suffering should concern us all


The people of Syria have suffered enough (Telegraph)

Just because the West has suspended logistical help to Syria’s rebels doesn’t mean the world should ignore the plight of its people, says The Telegraph’s leader

Joan Fontaine: No one else suffered so glamorously on screen (Independent)

Outside of Hitchcock’s greatest films, Fontaine was  best known for her long-running feud with her sister, Olivia de Havilland, writes Geoffrey Macnab

Poorer than your parents (Telegraph)

Born in the 60s or 70s? Tough…

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