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In response to Paul Vallely’s well observed article I would say Britain’s altruism doesn’t just seem to be missing; it is missing (28 June). Shamefully so. This country, mostly guided by the Conservatives, seems hell-bent on destroying all the “values” I was brought up to believe we are supposed to have. In our own political world today you don’t actually have to do, you just have to “be seen” to do; and anything – nay everything, has become a matter of spin, not substance.

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