While in Britain, he was free.
That precludes giving Britain a good deal.
Britain then assumed responsibility for defending the Suez Canal.
So yes, Europe needed Britain but now, Europe, for all its problems, feels a lot bigger and more inclusive than Britain.
The parallel with Britain is plainly inexact.
Germany’s investment in Britain is 50% bigger.
This is the inside story of how Britain got 'the bomb'.
Even if Britain can leave the EU it cannot leave Europe.
In the 1880s New Zealand farmers began to ship butter, cheese, and meat to Britain.
In Britain, Roman Catholics could not purchase land, hold civil or military offices…
It was Germany's naval threat that made Britain prepare for war, not its expansion on land.
Britain shaped the empire, the empire shaped Britain, and colonies shaped one another.
Britain And The Caribbean will span Windrush to the present day and open at Tate Britain next year.
…fought for the empire in Britain against the Frankish and Saxon pirates, revolted and named himself emperor in Britain in 287.
And we will take this opportunity to make Britain stronger, to make Britain fairer, and to build a more global Britain too.”
Britain, UK These terms are synonymous: Britain is the official short form of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
May said that Britain wanted a successful European Union and a friendly partnership, but that “no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain.”
When he found that Britain wanted to retain control of its air bases in Iraq, he insisted that Britain accept the principle of Iraqi control of the bases; Iraq would allow Britain to use them in the event of war.
One continually hears the argument from Brexit supporters in the Valleys that the EU needs Britain more than Britain needs the EU and, whatever the threat of a no-deal Brexit, the Germans and French will always want to sell their cars and cheese in Britain.
Each country has bilateral relationships—Britain with America, Britain with Europe, Britain with the Commonwealth—but I think we’ve got to understand the importance of the global architecture and how it can be better and more effectively working to solve global problems that do need global responses.
- a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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