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The roots of the United Kingdom’s Euroscepticism lie in its imperial past. Its welfare was created by the global economy it ruled itself in a state which spanned the world that the sun never set on. Thus, Brits particularly struggle to commit in a company, where their voice is simply one of twenty-eight. The tradition of a global empire clashes with the club rules.
Ramūnas Bogdanas
Ramūnas Bogdanas
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