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# Why we CAN win Norwich North
# AV Plus
# To ‘engage with’.. or not to ‘engage with’… the BNP
# Why not civil partnerships in USA?
# Chris Rennard quits
# Looking for good reading material
# Who needs help on E-campaigning?
# More on the squeeze message for the Euros

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