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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Julian Baggini
"Even if we've never been to or seen the white cliffs of Dover, there is a collective sense that they matter."
"For millions of Britons living across the world, the white cliffs is a clear symbol of Britain, in much the same way that the Statue of Liberty has defined America," said Baggini, whose mother is from Dover and whose father came to Britain from Italy in the 1960s.