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Issue No. 2361

‘She gave us a legacy to be proud of’

Tory MP Peter Bone, whose speech for a bill to establish a Margaret Thatcher Day was cut off after just 87 seconds


‘A name, for me, is a short way of working out what class that child comes from’

Apprentice ‘star’ Katie Hopkins claimed on ITV’s This Morning that she “didn’t like” children with “lower class” names


‘I can’t believe that you’re such an insufferable snob’

Author Anna May Mangan, also a guest on This Morning 


‘An awesome manifestation of people power’

Tony Blair likes mass protests as long as they are  in Egypt


‘Democracy is not a substitute for making the decision’

Blair clarifies that he isn’t that keen on people power after all


‘A transition to democracy’

The Wall Street Journal on the rule of General Pinochet in Chile, which it says Egypt should copy. Pinochet’s regime killed and tortured thousands


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Tue 9 Jul 2013, 18:32 BST
Issue No. 2361
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