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Theresa May criticized the term ‘citizen of the world.’ But half the world identifies that way.

In defense of the Brexit decision she now must implement, British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday said that no "divisive nationalists" would hold up the process of exiting the European Union, and she firmly asserted that all four of Britain's constituent "nations" — England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland — would Brexit together. But the Brexit decision […]
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