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US-born author Bill Bryson has said that the British are “more greedy and selfish” than they used to be, and suggested people had voted with their hearts rather than their heads in the EU referendum. Since he wrote his breakthrough book about the UK, Notes From A Small Island, two decades ago, Mr Bryson said British living standards had increased.
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Britain’s decision to leave the European Union prompted Prime Minister David Cameron to resign and markets to fall around the world. Final results gave “Leave” 52 percent, “Remain” 48 percent. The close vote showed how deeply divided the British people are on immigration and sovereignty.
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Universities pledge to put pressure on the government over European students and staff in the wake of the UK's vote to leave.
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In this week’s episode of Everyday Grammar, we are going to discuss the relative pronouns who, that and which. A relative pronoun “relates” to the noun it is describing. Relative pronouns introduce a relative clause. Think of relative clauses as long adjectives -- words that modify a noun.
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COMMENT Having lived outside the UK for more than 15 years, I'm not entitled to vote in the EU referendum. However, I'm still a Brit at heart and have kept my British nationality. Viewed from across the Channel, the ugly...
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Repetition in writing is bad, but luckily the website proofreadingservices has created this chart of 128 words you can use instead of using
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Episode 160623 / 23 Jun 2016. To play this audio you need to enable JavaScript. Why do we like to impersonate people? Neil tries out his best impression of Elvis and, together with Alice, teaches you related vocabulary. This week's question. A musical act that impersonates a famous ...
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It is very hot across most of America. The weather drives people into the cool darkness of movie theaters. A few of this season's Hollywood offerings excite moviegoers with disaster, danger and Dory.
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To be more accurate, England and Wales voted to leave the EU. Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain. Now the fun begins ... Chappatte's cartoon sums things up perfectly. COMMENT I went to bed confident of a victory for...
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A man has taken out a full page advert in the Metro newspaper, paying for it out of his own pocket, in response to what he calls “the rubbish being talked about immigration” ahead of the EU referendum. Laurence Taylor has delighted people on both sides of the debate over EU membership by using data from organisation MigrationWatch and the Office for National Statistics to highlight how small the number of migrants arriving in Britain is each yea...
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