A Divided Kingdom? A Brief Study on the North-South Divide in British Culture and Society.

Christina

English with Media Studies undergraduate (Third Year) | Humanities (Arts & Cultural politics) Editor for Phantom Media | | BBC Radio Derby Guest Speaker | | Global Development Blogger for D.I.A |

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  1. Your Dad says:

    “The origins of north-south divide dates back to the industrial revolution in Britain between 1750 and 1840, in which the discovery of new minerals such as iron…”

    WTF? That is about as factual as the later statement crediting George Osbourne’s policy with creating those extra jobs in Manchester, 99% of which would have happened anyway.

    For the record, Iron was discovered, and made into steel, from the beginning of the Iron Age (clue is in the name) around 3,000 years ago

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