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Issue No. 2368

‘They want us to live in their yurts, tepees and wigwams’

Sir Bernard Ingham, Margaret Thatcher’s former press secretary, on anti?fracking protesters


‘Sulking, as we have just listened to reason and decided not to go on holiday to Egypt’

Carnage in Cairo weighs heavily on the mind of the Duchess of Cambridge’s uncle,  Gary Goldsmith


‘Our ambition is to get as many [NHS trusts] there as we can’

Former Labour health secretary turned private healthcare evangelist Patricia Hewitt on plans to send NHS doctors to work in private clinics in India


‘I’ve got a phenomenally bad back so I really don’t think I’ll be able to crawl’

David Cameron explains why he is unable to go deer hunting this year


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Who Says?
Tue 27 Aug 2013, 18:24 BST
Issue No. 2368
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