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Opinion: Come back Nad! A layman’s guide to public engagement

Nadine Dorries has been unfairly judged. In fact she should not be judged at all. We have been so busy arguing whether she has brought herself and Parliament into disrepute by flying out to Australia to share a platform with B-list celebrities and eat Marsupial genitalia, that we seem to have forgotten all about the original question she was trying to answer: how can MPs and indeed all public officials of every office, from mayors to parish councillors, reach out and re-connect with the public?

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    I really disagree with this. As Phyllis says, there are parents in other countries who would be fighting for the educational opportunities available in ours....
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    The party should prepare to replace Labour as the authentic alternative to the Conservatives. Time to focus on places where you are strong and vibrant...
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    Steve Way Corbyn does have a bit of charisma and he does strike a chord with those who deserted the Labour party during the Blair...
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    Steve There was a case of a boy being refused time off to attend his mother's wedding. It is only a matter of time.
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    @James Gane Thanks for that. So, the answer is 3, which is one more than the 2 that supported Lamb and 17 less than the...