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We wish to recognize the continued support of the Gates Cambridge Trust, Wolfson College, and Dr. Gordon Johnson, as well as Nigel Atkinson, Paul Cartledge, Gill Coleridge, David Goodhart, Joseph Gordon, Stephen Haskell, Wendy Haskell, Dr. Hugh Hunt, Johathan Levi, Nick Molden, Adam Moss, Tom Nuttall, Rachel Power, Alan Rusbridger & Nicholas Spice.

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