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  • James Alexander on The Prince’s Secrets: Probably not more likely to be taken seriously than anybody else?. Niave, or what?
  • Bill Allen on The Prince’s Secrets: Please forgive me if this seems pedantic, but any private family 'can lean on politicians to modify democratic decisions', by writing to its MP or to ...
  • streetsj on The Prince’s Secrets: Why should any Government minister care what the royal spider says? If there is any pressure on them, it will only come when his views are made public...
  • streetsj on Can’t vote, won’t vote?: In Cambridge for the 1983 election I had the option of voting there or at home (a massive Tory stronghold). It just seemed wrong as I was leaving in a...
  • Botherous on Brand v. Rawls: Finlayson’s principle is a vaguely-specified sort of egalitarianism: we can equalize stuff, so long as we don’t all end up worse off than we would...
  • ed strong on Brand v. Rawls: Russell Brand is a celebrity. He's a commodity. He's sold as a rebel/agitator. You can buy a 'russell brand che guevara t shirt'. Put that into Google...
  • charles@contrafed.co.nz on Boom!: Do insurance companies in the UK write policies which cover collateral damage from a Luftwaffe raid that? What specific information is there about the...
  • AlexNunns on Brand v. Rawls: Dr Paul Sagar, It is curious to write such a long post accusing Dr. Finlayson of misrepresenting Rawls while you simultaneously misrepresent Brand....
  • Simon Wood on Advice from Robert Frost: Who do I send this piece to? Well, here it is anyway. My advice to budding poets and erudite writers is don't qualify everything, that's what makes - ...
  • Geoff Roberts on Am I on the domestic extremist database?: "Sumption"? Is that a nom de guerre? There are literally no limits to the extent of the surveillance that is technically possible and therefore in co...

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