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England's youth are half as likely to embrace vices than they were a decade ago
The country's brittle, edgy atmosphere has its roots in apartheid, argues Marlene van Niekerk
Handing over the helicopter rescue service to a US company is a bad idea – just ask Prince William
Opinion digest: nihilist conservatism, force big pharma to publish, and Theresa May for leader?
Opinion digest: Cameron's eventual replacement, the petty Today programme, Prince Charles's letters
Opinion digest: irrational hatred of affluent mums, hope for Scottish independence, Starbucks' hypocrisy
Opinion digest: the Sunday night dilemma, African leaders, absurdity of the ‘feminist' Julia Gillard
Opinion digest: PM's referendum masterstroke, sexual harassment, UK's failed drugs policy
Opinion digest: the way forward for Arabs, a 'respectable' near-death experience, Malala Yousafzai
Opinion digest: The Boris debate, the importance of children's TV, US-China trade stand-off
As Islamic State militants close in on towns near the Turkish border, thousands of Kurds from Kobani in northern Syria have fled for their lives. Turkey has sent several tanks to take up positions near border villages hit recently by IS mortars.
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