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Issue No. 2350

‘There may come a time soon when we need to “dig for survival”’

Lib Dem farming minister David Heath wants you to start gardening before it’s too late


‘Bankers use cocaine and got us into this terrible mess’

Former government drugs advisor David Nutt thinks he’s cracked the economic crisis


‘In memory of Margaret Thatcher, who changed Britain and the world for the better’

Rupert Murdoch’s message on a £10,000 charity donation


‘He did not realise it would cause offence’

Tory councillors in Colne, Lancs, defending Smith Benson in 2010 for saying “The problem with Colne is that there are too many takeaways and too many Pakis.” He’s now set to become mayor 


‘I doubt anyone has said “gone mental” and felt the kind of guilty shudder you would if you’d told a racist joke’

Daily Express columnist James Delingpole on the subtleties of political correctness gone mad


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The Troublemaker
Tue 23 Apr 2013, 18:27 BST
Issue No. 2350
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