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This is officially Britain's favourite 'Friends' character

LONDON — Few debates have incited such divisiveness as this, and no, we speak not of the upcoming U.S. election nor the fierce dispute over Brexit. The greatest debate of our time began in the 20th century and still rages into the 21st, and it is this:  Which Friends character is best?  As part of its FriendsFest event to celebrate the iconic television show, Comedy Central UK conducted a poll over the course of several weeks in hopes of procuring an answer to this weighty question in the British context.
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