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The right way to think about Ukip

By Lucy Webster  

I am now officially a university student (indeed, the last time I went into a shop, all I bought was chocolate biscuits), and I love it. Politics at A-level was fantastic, but being able to study ideas and then apply them across the globe on my international relations courses is both intellectually stimulating and incredibly useful to the aspiring young journalist. Part of the fun of being a social science student is learning what other people think and coming to understand how they see the world. As we are often told, there is no right answer to questions like “what is…

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