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Discovery of the world’s oldest colour film sheds new light on cinema history
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A consensus is emerging to unstick British politics, writes David Goodhart
Debbie Purdy has spent years campaigning for assisted suicide to be made legal in the UK
Voters should be treated as citizens, not as members of a minority, writes David Goodhart
Labour strategists warn against focus on low income voters
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