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A twin-track differentiation policy

Here’s my take on yesterday’s speech by Nick Clegg, along with some further analysis from the IFS’s Paul Johnson and Conservative MP Robert Halpern, all via the World at One:

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  • User AvatarSteffan Aquarone 27th Jun - 9:09pm
    Very interesting. This feels like it could be an incredibly powerful and savvy move, were interests to align. Turkeys could then vote to avoid Christmas...
  • User AvatarDavid-1 27th Jun - 8:59pm
    @Peter Watson: If you have read any of my other comments, you know that I have never once argued for "ignoring the result of the...
  • User AvatarAlun Williams 27th Jun - 8:56pm
    1. Not by attacking immigration. 2. By promising what people need (housing and jobs) and by explaining how we would pay for it.
  • User AvatarAlan Jelfs 27th Jun - 8:49pm
    For a start, we could stop opposing housing developments.
  • User AvatarAlex Macfie 27th Jun - 8:18pm
    "it’s not for us to implement the result of this referendum, that’s the job of those who want Britain to leave the EU" Indeed, and...
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    We still make most of the items you listed. More cars are now made in Britain than ever before, for instance, and Lib Dem politicians...