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Guy Fawkes and the People’s Vote

Remember, remember the People’s Vote campaign. It doesn’t quite have the same ring to it, does it? Anyway, I’m going to answer the question on everyone’s mind. The answer to Brexit, you ask? Err no, it’s far more important than that. This is the question of whether Guy Fawkes would support a second referendum. In…

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“I was raised Catholic, but I’m an Atheist now”

This year a survey showed 70% of young people in the UK have no kind of relationship with religion. I think it’s pretty easy to understand why. Just look at the effect religion has had. Sure, you can go back to the Crusades and the Thirty Years’ War, but even in recent memory, Al-Qaeda, ISIS,…

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An Interview with: Lord Deben

John Selwyn Gummer, Lord Deben There are a number of concessions around Carrow Road which sell various items of fast food to Norwich’s hungry football fans on matchdays. Today, the stadium has been taken over by UEA for graduation, so none of them are open. It’s just as well really, because I’ve never had a…

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