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The English Question

By Richard Hayton and Michael Kenny


Rarely has a government been so keen to promulgate a sense of national identity as that led by Gordon Brown. And rarely has Britishness itself been such a topic of political debate. We are promised a British bill of rights and duties, and before that a statement of British values. Meanwhile Margaret Hodge, the culture minister, in a speech on Britishness, generated a furore for criticising the absence of diversity associated with The Prom

Topics: H1, JA, JN101
Publisher: Guardian News and Media
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:9137

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