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The Times Editorial Board

The Times' editorial board, in consultation with the publisher, determines the editorial positions of the organization. The editorial board opines on the important issues of the day – exhorting, explaining, deploring, mourning, applauding or championing, as the case may be. The board, which operates separately from the newsroom, proceeds on the presumption that serious, non-partisan, intellectually honest engagement with the world is a requirement of good citizenship.
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Brexit was a blunder. British voters should have the chance to undo their mistake

The people got it wrong. Let them fix it.

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L.A.'s convention center is too small, too old and too ugly. AEG has a plan to fix it, but there's a catch

A $1.2-billion project proposal would expand the convention center, add a park and build a new 850-room hotel. Is it a good idea? Maybe. Probably.

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