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By Tom Nuttall  

With a big Israel/Palestine summit in Annapolis, Maryland, planned for mid-November, and the US administration looking uncharacteristically willing to broker a new deal, hopes in some quarters are high that the middle east peace process could soon get back on track. But while the politicians talk, writes Jo-Ann Mort in a web exclusive for Prospect, businessmen on both sides of the divide are creating their own facts on the ground. Let us know what you think below.

Also this week: Christine Constable of the English Democrats replies to Jack Straw’s article in the October 2007 issue on “English votes for…

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