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stop george bush from becoming reelected in that campaign. i think it was a very german -- journalist, they had a letter campaign to the people in ohio, they identified ohio was a key swing state, and they got some of their readers to write to individual electors in that state, urging them not to vote for george w. bush. needless to say, i'm sure members of the house will not be surprised to know that he carried ohio and was indeed reelected as president of the united states. that campaign was often cited as the way in which foreigners, people try to intervene in the election of another state, could get things completely wrong. there he happy to give way. >> i am very grateful.
arrived long before britain's post-war immigration waves: hans holbein, george frederick handel, frederick william herschel, isaac and benjamin disraeli, christina rossetti, gustav holst, augustus pugin, louis of battenberg and his son louis mountbatten, hilaire belloc, joseph conrad, george louis du maurier, winston churchill, leo amery, t.s. eliot, lewis namier, learie constantine, alexander korda, emeric pressburger, nikolaus pevsner, isaiah berlin, geoffrey elton, the two michael howards, and solly zuckerman. the list illustrates a fundamental point: although those figures immensely enhanced british life, they did not make their adopted nation cosmopolitan. their adopted nation made these cosmopolitans british, and we should be proud of them. gavin robinson: i appreciate the opportunity to contribute so early, sir roger. when considering my remarks for this debate, i thought that i would be in conflict with the hon. member for newport west but i am , pleased to say that that is not the case. however, i want to make one point about exclusion to him, because when i log on as a
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