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- Eddie Sammon 28th Nov - 6:21pm
This is a good article. I started off the debate being polite and respectful, but then I started to panic as it became clear that...
- Stuart 28th Nov - 6:17pm
@Joe Otten That expectation seems to be held mostly by people like those who campaigned to have Tara Hudson moved "for her safety". Actually, though...
- John Grout 28th Nov - 5:53pm
Well said, Caron. My main concern is that there doesn't seem to be very much substantive progress on a concrete plan for what to do...
- Joe Otten 28th Nov - 4:57pm
There seems to be an expectation here that women don't commit violent crimes, or that women who do have somehow unsexed themselves (to borrow Lady...
- Colin Rosenstiel 28th Nov - 4:53pm
Sorry, but Oldham isn't even close. Cambridge has had 13 byelections since the Reform Act 1832: 1834, 1839. 1840, 1843, 1845, 1854, 1863, 1866, 1917,...
- Eddie Sammon 28th Nov - 4:47pm
expats, maybe it was the same experts, but I'm only referring to the ones at the think tanks and on Twitter. Haven't had a look-in...