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Sir, At Twickenham last Saturday evening following the spectacular clash between England and France, George Osborne would
Sir, Simon Schama’s, I assume, rhetorical question as to the “real” Benjamin Netanyahu answers itself (“Will the real
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Sir, One thing that John Boothman’s letter (March 21) has in common with the piece by Bernard Donoughue the previous
Sir, Simon Kuper, in “A very cosmopolitan spy” (March 21/22) argues that “treachery . . . doesn’t quite apply” to George
Sir, Alas, Graham Speirs (Letters, March 21) has fallen into the classic trap of observing a phenomenon, but misinterpreting
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