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The talks' failure, said his spokesman, was down to “British intransigence”. Linking the British budget rebate to reform of the common agricultural policy (CAP), as Mr Blair had done, was “neither legitimate, nor justified”, Mr Chirac added. Traditionally, such a tirade against the British goes down a storm in France. Sure enough, the media that most people get their news from—television and radio—portrayed Mr Blair as summit-wrecker, clinging to his undeserved cheque. Yet the press was more ambivalent.

Few lines got Mr Bush a bigger cheer on the stump than jeering at Mr Kerry's “Hollywood values”. Some liberal types now want to claim the mantle of the religious left. Hillary Clinton recently made a speech complaining about the number of abortions. The new Clintonite Centre for American Progress has a faith and progressive policy project. Jim Wallis, a chummy anti-war evangelical who wrote the best-seller, “God's Politics: Why the Right Gets it Wrong and the Left doesn't Get it”, points to the huge audiences he gets around the country as evidence that many Christians want a more varied version of moral politics than just abortion and gay marriage.

As often happens when absolute moral issues are discussed, the debate has produced some peculiar bedfellows. Liberal Christians have offered qualified support for the measure, as a gesture of solidarity with its Muslim advocates. Christians of a more red-blooded variety have lined up with secularists, convinced that there is a real threat to their right to criticise the religions they eschew. But during the Commons debate, news came from Australia of what evangelicals may regard as the first “martyrs” created by a law designed to promote religious tolerance.

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