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Your essential weekend reader — 12 must-read articles you may have missed

It’s Saturday evening, so here are twelve thought-provoking articles to stimulate your thinking juices…

Britain and Europe: Making the break – The Economist‘s verdict on many Europhobes’ éjaculation nocturne: ‘The most likely outcome would be that Britain would find itself as a scratchy outsider with somewhat limited access to the single market, almost no influence and few friends. And one certainty: that having once departed, it would be all but impossible to get back in again.’

Boris shows that Eurosceptics are in a mess

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  • User AvatarChris Manners 21st Dec - 2:56pm
    Not convinced by this at all. To have the income at a liveable level, it'll cost a lot more than £4bn extra. And that (presumably)...
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    Yes, some evidence to back it up would be useful. Or is it a sort of IDS 'I believe' thing ? You can't really extrapolate...
  • User AvatarPaul Pettinger 21st Dec - 2:18pm
    The Govt's economic policy has failed Tim - the challenge following a credit bubble bursting is to maintain investment to drive future growth, rather than...
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    Couple of things: you do not mention the local election results where in scores of contests we only poll 1 - 5% identifying that we...
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    Stephen Donnelly 21st Dec '14 - 1:02pm "Actually that is exactly what we intend to do, and we are rather good at it. " I...
  • User AvatarEddie Sammon 21st Dec - 1:12pm
    I agree with Tim that there is a big gap in the market for a very good liberal party. However, the problem I see is...