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TO RESIGN over one embarrassment may be regarded as a misfortune. To resign twice looks like carelessness. So Wilde might have counselled Patrick Nicholls, solicitor MP for Teignbridge and until last week a Conservative party vice-chairman, whose maladroit observations of the French and Germans meant, he would again be ‘spending more time with his family.’ […]

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TSG stages conference in Warsaw

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