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Our values by Naomi Smith ‘Nul points’ for the government’s handling of foreign language education by Cal Roscow For UK climate policy, international expectations may be more meaningful than statutory targets. by Laura Savage The UK is internationalist by instinct by Cary Mitchell An assault on our democracy by Cary Mitchell The European project was always about peace by Julia Meadon Naomi Smith's speech: What is Best for Britain? by Naomi Smith The Government cannot be allowed to mark its own homework by Naomi Smith We need emergency climate action - not more delay. by Cal Roscow Internationalism fails, and Africa dies a little by Cal Roscow Of Davids and Goliaths: The perils of politicians drunk on power by Naomi Smith Scrutiny, accountability and the neutering of Parliament by Kenny Campbell Pay to Play: So you want to be a touring musician? Better have deep pockets by Flo Hutchings The winners so far in 2021 by Naomi Smith Workers’ rights, travel rights and a French letter by Cary Mitchell A sobering tale of red wine and red tape by Cary Mitchell Fish wars: Seven reasons Britain could get that sinking feeling by Kenny Campbell Brussels bolts the back door while Britain lurks on the lawn by Sydney Nash The hunger games: Three reasons your food is going to get more expensive by Laura Savage Car making in Britain: A Rolls-Royce industry dodging Brexit potholes by Sydney Nash

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