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Rod Liddle

Dear Santa: My 14 requests for the new year

15 December 2018

9:00 AM

15 December 2018

9:00 AM

It is always a pleasure to watch Paris burning. On the surface a civilised country, but scrape a little deeper and France is revealed as a nation of kind of faux-Arabs (aside from that rapidly growing proportion who are actual Arabs): easily incensed into an incandescent toddler fury at real or imagined iniquities, things not working out quite the way that they had hoped.

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