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Artist or CreatorChris Priestley
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Extent1 item
Published byThe Independent
Date09 Oct 1997
FormatPhotocopy
Embedded text or transcriptA smaller shallower Britain
Uniculturalism or bust
Person DepictedTebbit; Norman
Clark; Alan Kenneth McKenzie (1928-2000)
Hague; William
Britannia; (Symbol for Britain)
NotesNews: The moderate all-inclusive image which William Hague tried to convey yesterday came under fire almost immediately from the more extreme elements in his party. Lord Tebbit made a fringe speech stating "Multi-culturalism is a divisive force. One cannot uphold two sets of ethics or be loyal to two nations, any more than a man can have two masters. It perpetuates ethnic divisions because nationality is in the long-term more about culture than ethnics. Youngsters of all races born here should be taught that British history is their history, or they will forever be foreigners holding British passposts and this kindowm will become a Yugoslavia"; while the controversial Alan Clark stated "The only solution for dealing wiht the IRA is to kill 600 people in one night , let the UN and everyone else make a great scene, and it's over for 20 years".
Subjectslions
Resemblance
stages
Conservative Party conferences
culture
internal conflict
flies
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GB/BCA/11Britannia; (Symbol for Britain)   
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