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By M. Spiering

Why are the British so Euro-sceptic? ignore tedious treaties, social gathering politics or diplomacy. the genuine cause is that the British don't feel ecu. This publication explores and explains the cultural divide among Britain and Europe, the place it comes from and the way it manifests itself in way of life and the educational world.

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