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Britain’s 2bn EU bill

From Proportionate Response: “The payment is the UK’s portion of the total amount required to run the EU and is split between the different states roughly in accordance with their economic power.  The amount due from each state is revised … Continue reading

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Smethwick – Britain’s most racist election

In 1964, the West Midlands constituency of Smethwick was the most colour-conscious place in the country, and the scene of a Tory campaign that successfully exploited anti-immigrant sentiment. http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/oct/15/britains-most-racist-election-smethwick-50-years-on?CMP=twt_gu

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