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Charles Moore’s Notes: Mr Cameron swings wildly between toughness and compassion

Plus: Why does the ummah not help Muslim refugees?; dogs and assisted dying; a Keith Joseph mystery

12 September 2015

9:00 AM

12 September 2015

9:00 AM

Presumably Britain has some sort of policy on immigration, asylum and refugees, but instead of struggling to understand it, you can save time by following its media presentation, since that is what seems to concern the government most. Essentially, the line is that Labour lets them all in and the Tories don’t and won’t (‘No ifs, no buts’).

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