The real cost of the Arab Spring

Peter Hitchens
May 2011
Mail on Sunday;5/ 8/2011, p29
IT GROWS clearer by the day that the main result of the Arab Spring for us in Europe is a surge of illegal migration across the Mediterranean.


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