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Our own riots might be just around the corner

In itself, the scale of moral hypocrisy that the recent riots in Britain has prompted explains a lot about why the riots happened in the first place - and why similar social conflict may well happen here, again inflamed by our own propensity for mora

13th August, 2011
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In itself, the scale of moral hypocrisy that the recent riots in Britain has prompted explains a lot about why the riots happened in the first place - and why similar social conflict may well happen here, again inflamed by our own propensity for moral hypocrisy.

David Cameron said in the House of Commons on Thursday that what was involved in those disturbances was ‘‘criminality, pure and simple’’.

Ed Miliband spoke...

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