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How should politicians respond to globalisation?

It's time for a new vision, says Labour's Shadow Europe Minister

By Pat McFadden  

should Ukip be worried about their long term prospects? © Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The speed at which people, money and ideas all flow round the world has created a new challenge for political leadership.

A more connected world brings more opportunities in terms of trade, work and global influence. But anger over immigration and concerns over security also bring challenges. Some see only the opportunities and new possibilities. For others all this change can be disconcerting.…

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