June 7, 2014

UK Still Wants to Fight Europe on the Beaches

J. Freedland, The Guardian

The Associated Press

As D-day reminds us, the EU was born out of war, and Britain's heroic view of that conflict shapes its hostile attitude

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TAGGED: Europe, United Kingdom, Britain

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