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By M. Spiering

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

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