On 1 January 1973 the United Kingdom joined the european economic Community. However, when Big Ben had sounded the twelfth stroke of midnight, the alignment to the continent, succeeding four hundred years of solitary run, had not resulted in any celebration popular. Neither fireworks nor the rejoicing of the people in the streets. The beginning of this new era was marked in the general indifference of his subjects. Today, as London and Brussels have sealed the deal of output, the same apathy prevails in 1973.
The proof, in this historical moment for the future of the kingdom…
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