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Order Paper: Power, purity and muddling through

Conservatives have been quite happy to pinch radical ideas if they're good ones. After all, it's not as though the radicals will be doing anything useful with them.

Fri, 16 Jun 2017

Power or purity?

It’s an age-old battle in politics and very much an in-house one.

Onlookers, the less politically partisan, or just the more pragmatic, tend to be sceptical about purism and politics at all.

But for those who have signed up to political tribes – and particularly if they

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