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Matthew Parris

Leave campaigners aren’t being disrespected. They’re being paranoid

They seem to think that the Prime Minister should be some kind of neutral observer in the debate

30 April 2016

9:00 AM

30 April 2016

9:00 AM

There are moments when one wonders whether one is seeing and hearing the same things as others. For me such a moment occurred a fortnight ago when reading The Spectator’s weekly column by our political editor, James Forsyth. James is exceptionally well plugged in to the world of Westminster, but — beyond that — a person of cool and sensitive judgment, so I read what he writes with attention.

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