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Fault lines in the British welfare state and public services make for an unstable recovery
Taking the pressure off: giving women time to start a family
Golden passports and visas: the global market in residence and citizenship
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Property rights in Tanzania: the tensions of land ownership in informal settlements
The science of feeling: why octopuses, lobsters and crabs require animal welfare protection
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