A struggle to redefine 'Britishness'
Amid tensions, focus turns to inclusiveness
LONDON -- Steven Whitelock, who answers the door to his flat in flimsy shorts and wool socks, considers himself a patriotic Englishman. His apartment, after all, appears to be the only one in row upon row of buildings and houses in the East End section with the Union flag flying outside. He might very well be one of only a ... (Full article: 815 words)
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