European Union Should Want To Get SmallerMark Melin
At its heart in the Brexit debate are tribal beliefs on the UK content that hearken back to 1016 to 1066 and the conquest of England by the Normans, a recent Atlantic piece opined. The current battle over Brexit can, in part, be viewed from the lens of the Anglo-Saxon distrust of their Norman invaders. Using a comical approach, author Karl Sharro pointed to two people – an unaware taxi driver and a millennial engrossed in the “new economy” to explain the schism in British . . .
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