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Sunak has no excuse to not proscribe the IRGC

17 April 2024

11:33 PM

17 April 2024

11:33 PM

Lord Renwick, the Labour peer and former Foreign Office mandarin, used to say that young diplomats of a certain breeding suffered from the ‘Wykehamist fallacy’. This, he said, was the tendency to assume that even the most bloodthirsty despot had an inner civilised chap of the sort one might find at Winchester College.

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