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

Christina Vassell

I think therefore I must write that which I have thought... | English with Media Studies undergraduate (Third Year) | | Humanities (Arts & Cultural Politics) Editor for The Phantom | | Student Speaker at BBC Radio Derby | | Development, Politics & International Affairs Writer for D.I.A | | Digital Media Producer at University of Derby |

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2 Responses

  1. Andi says:

    I’m a northerner, and I have no affinity or empathy with the south whatsoever. If the north and the south of England were to break up it wouldn’t bother me in the slightest.

  2. Gordom Moran says:

    The north south divide is not hypothetical or merely perceived – it is a general, systematic AND deliberate ploy by successive governments to create a drone underclass that can be used for work and cannon fodder to supply the owners of capital in the south east.

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