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Contents Issue 282 November 2019

Up front

1 Editorial 6 Contributors 8 Letters plus ’ cartoon strip

Opinions 10 The constitution is working 11 Capitalism won’t fix itself 12 Greta, autism and me -

VIEW FROM INDIA 13 Yearning for Kashmir

AT LAW 15 Rules of the political game

SPEED DATA 17 Re-rat race: the many MPs swapping sides

THE DUEL 18 Have the old stolen young people’s futures?

Cover story

The end of the liberal Tory A hard Brexit fringe has seized control of the Conservatives. That leaves millions of voters homeless. Could they swing the coming election?

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Ken Clarke

Amber Rudd

Ken Clarke Amber Rudd Rory Stewart Dominic Grieve Michael Heseltine

Rory Stewart

Dominic Grieve

Michael Heseltine

Anna Soubry

Oliver Letwin

Anna Soubry Oliver Letwin Justine Greening Nicholas Soames David Gauke Philip Hammond

Justine Greening

Nicholas Soames

David Gauke

Philip Hammond

John Major

John Major David Cameron

David Cameron

Essays

28 The “Go Home” Office The Windrush scandal was produced by an unforgiving official machine. Will EU nationals be next?

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PROSPECT PORTRAIT The commander If the west goes to war with Iran it will have to face Qasim Soleimani, a canny, ruthless military leader

40 Market forces Billingsgate fish market is leaving London, taking hundreds of years of tradition with it

46 The world’s most bombed country Decades after devastating US attacks, Laos is still living with the fallout

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52 Out of mind Patricia Churchland’s radical approach to the study of human consciousness

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