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Issue No. 2370

“There are poor children who do not have a room of their own in which to do their homework, in which to read, in which to fulfill their potential”  

Michael Gove unwittingly describes the effects of the Tory bedroom tax on poor families. The tax orders children aged 6 to 10 to share a bedroom


“England is not the country I grew up in. It’s a European country now”

Ex-footballer, actor and US immigrant Vinnie Jones whinges about immigrants not fitting in. Jones flies a Union Jack outside his mansion... in Los Angeles


 “A small island that nobody listens to”

Spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin punctured Cameron’s imperial self-image


“The British haven’t felt the need to kill their royal family for a good 500 years” 

Number 1 in the Telegraph’s top ten ways in which little Britain is vastly superior to big fat Russia


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The Troublemaker
Tue 10 Sep 2013, 18:56 BST
Issue No. 2370
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