broken Britain

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broken Britain

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Broken Britain
    • 2009, Karen Broadhurst, Chris Grover, Janet Jamieson, Critical Perspectives on Safeguarding Children
      Re-invigorating notions of 'broken Britain', this case has sparked a number of headlining media reports...
    • 2010, "Turk182", Kent Police Appeal for Specials Who Like Nicking People (on Internet newsgroup uk.legal)
      This is a society at war with itself and heightens the impression of broken Britain.