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Record keeping


The comments by Peter Wanless that record keeping in the Home Office has been something of a shambles has quite rightly caused a degree of political embarrassment in the context of the sexual exploitation enquiry. It raises all sorts of questions … Continue reading

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A sense of isolation


Although the resignation of Fiona Woolf was predictable and necessary, the manner of her going leaves the Government looking even more inept than they did a few days ago. Political leadership in a democracy demands understanding the mood and views of … Continue reading

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Peculiar priorities


Yesterdays announcement by the three main English Political Parties to nominate 21 out of 22 new Peers shows that the dominance of the Parties is intended to continue long past the time when the political careers of Miliband, Cameron and Clegg … Continue reading

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