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  • This incident was a huge blow for the monarchy, which was eventually overthrown in 1910, and this anthem was then adopted by the republicans, but the word 'britons' was replaced by the word 'cannons', because it's one thing to be in the opposition, a different one to be in power …

    Harry's Place

  • As for your own that the BNP would be unable to uphold the rights of black or asian britons, rightly or wrongly Mr Barnes was pointing out that the reverse is currently happening in this country.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Nearly 5 million britons get their broadband over DSL, most of it over BT infrastructure, which is resold by nearly 200 ISPs.

    Britain braces for broadband battles

  • FritzOnline 16 March 2011 5:27AM the british government needs to send planes to tokyo to repatriate britons.

    The Guardian World News

  • The content and manner of his response to questions on subjects that trouble many britons suggest that he does not consider himself to be a representative of the electorate but that his way must be the electorate's way.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • All those "horror" stories would comre as a big shock to normal Canadians and britons, who overwhelmingly approve of their systems.

    Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories

  • Or would it in fact create a small economic revival assuming we could come up with innovative ways of transporting ourselves and goods not only around the UK but over the channel or even the atlantic. oh woe is me - britons will have to buy local produce and cut it up for themselves. my heart bleeds. meanwhile:

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

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  • Its the sight of pissed britons that gives us a bad name and stops people from even entering our towns and city centres at night.

    The Guardian World News

  • Oh, and about the competition; when will we get a competition that all us non-britons can attend?

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