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Saturday PS: A scribble from an (indoor) deck-chair

ON holiday this week, I thought I'd post a few thoughts without much by way of a common theme. First, re. the Great Marmite Controversy, nothing that Unilever says about matters European ought to be taken at face value. This...
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