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Flat White

Christianity, public life and the Thomas Moore option

23 April 2017

3:13 PM

23 April 2017

3:13 PM

I’ve always had a soft spot for Britain’s Liberal Democrats. Our tryst began in 2014, when ex-leader Nick Clegg sent out a tweet about school lunches: ‘As we’re talking about food in schools, what was/is your favourite school meal? Mine was apple crumble and thick custard.’

That’s the Lib Dems in a nutshell.

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