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By Tom Chatfield  

In this week’s web-exclusives, the director of Civitas, David G Green, explores the evidence in favour of education vouchers and argues that they offer the government a way of combining its egalitarian ideals with pragmatism. And Jean-Pierre Filiu, professor at the Paris Institute of Political Studies, explains why the cry “back to the caliphate” has gained momentum in the Muslim world—and why organisations like Hizb ut-Tahrir are deluded in thinking it is anything other than a wishful exercise in anachronism.

Also, as controversy over immigration statistics continues to resound throughout the national press, Michael Blastland and Andrew Dilnot’s special report…

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