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We’ve all done it. Recycled a good line or phrase, be it on a birthday card going round the office or even a love letter. But at a chapel in Golders Green cemetery last week Gordon Brown took recycling to a new level—at Michael Foot’s funeral.

“It is a terrible thing waking up in a world with no Michael Foot,” said Tom Foot at the funeral of his great uncle on Monday. Inside the west chapel of Golders Green crematorium sat family and…

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