June 3, 2014

Britain Has Lost Its Nerve About Europe

Adam Tooze, The Guardian

The Associated Press

The two world wars led to greater equality and Europhilia in Britain, but we're now moving firmly in the opposite direction.

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TAGGED: UK, European Union, Europe

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