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Controversial stag hunt vote lays bare Labour’s cynicism

One of the many great peculiarities about how we run our public affairs is that the greatest passions are reserved for side issues.

3rd July, 2010

One of the many great peculiarities about how we run our public affairs is that the greatest passions are reserved for side issues.

So it is that the quiet trundle towards recess has been interrupted by debate on the matters of stag hunting and dog breeding.

When the Green Party successfully demanded the inclusion of these measures in the Programme for Government, no one could have expected that they would lead to what were among...

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