The Dunblane tragedy and Princess Diana's death have demonstrated a new emotional openness among the British. Is it spontaneous or the result of media hype? And what are the implications for policy-makers and public figures? Presenter
Brian Cathcart asks whether the new mood is making Britain a better democracy or a more unstable one.
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