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7500: A likely case of the evil that men do

7500: A month after our 7000th issue, Tony Blair became Prime Minister. Paul Vallely reflects on his record in office

HAMLET had some thoughts on the subject. Certain men, he said, carrying the stamp of one defect, their virtues else, be they as pure as grace, shall in the general censure take corruption from that particular fault.

Literary scholars have drawn from his lines a theory of the tragic flaw of the great Shakespearean heroes. Political ...

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Ebola virus: ‘impact is still real’

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It's both hands together

Christianity needs political visibility on both Left and Right if it is to remain untainted by partisan associations, says Nick Spencer  Subscribe to read more

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