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June 2013
The monarchy is in rude health but increased longevity could paradoxically spell the end of royal rule
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May 2013
If the Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to a daughter, she will be first in line to the throne. But why no further changes to primogeniture?
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May 2013
In attempting to answer his question Why Tolerate Religion, Chicago philosopher Brian Leiter wilfully neglects the impact of the Judaeo-Christian tradition on Western civilisation
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July/August 2012
'Despite Reagan's "crusade" to "foster the infrastructure of democracy", there are more elections but they decide less and less'
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