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A Common Place: A Common Place

A new national day for Britain is one of the proposals in a Fabian pamphlet by Communities and Local Government Secretary Ruth Kelly and Immigration Minister Liam Byrne. A Common Place argues that our liberalism and tolerance have never been...

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A new national day for Britain is one of the proposals in a Fabian pamphlet by Communities and Local Government Secretary Ruth Kelly and Immigration Minister Liam Byrne. A Common Place argues that our liberalism and tolerance have never been unconditional and also suggests that migrants work towards earning citizenship with credits awarded for voluntary work and deducted for law breaking.

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Authors

Ruth Kelly

Ruth Kelly was Labour MP for Bolton West from 1997 to 2010.

Liam Byrne MP

Liam Byrne is the shadow minister for digital economy and MP for Birmingham Hodge Hill.

@LiamByrneMP

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