In every conceivable way, 2005 will be a remarkable year for Britain.
In every conceivable way, 2005 will be a remarkable year for Britain. A general elections is in the offing. The British government has also assumed the chairmanship of the G-8 group of most industrialized countries. And, in the second half of the year, Britain also takes over the presidency of the European Union. A more potent combination of duties can hardly be imagined. But so are the pitfalls. Elections, Dear Boy, Elections! First in the mind of all politicians are, of
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