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Briton

1. a native or inhabitant of Britain
2. a citizen of the United Kingdom
3. History any of the early Celtic inhabitants of S Britain who were largely dispossessed by the Anglo-Saxon invaders after the 5th century ad
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The documents clearly showed that Prime Minister Edward Heath had conspired with the Brussels globalists to deceive the British people.
It's time the British people stood up for our English customs and values and regained some pride in who we are.
As a result of the policies of the Conservative Government and the hard work of the British People, we have recently emerged from the worst economic crisis for sixty years that happened under the last Labour government and only last May, the British People rejected the similar failed policies offered by Ed Miliband that Jeremy Corbyn is now proposing.
Mr Cameron should already see that the British people are a multi-race society living in harmony and always giving to charities to help communities where the Government fails to protect and provide.
If David Cameron fails to renegotiate our terms in the EU we, the British people, will vote to leave because we wish to reclaim our primacy of law - the way we live our lives.
The remarks come amid a growing national discussion about young British people travelling to the Middle East to fight alongside terrorist organizations like ISIL.
So the British people are now deserting the main political parties and turning to the minor ones in the hope that they will be listened to.
In the case that the French taxation is annulled, all British people who have sold their second home in France (as of August 2012) will be entitled to a refund of 15.
Speaking during a visit to the Ford factory in Dagenham, east London, Mr Cameron said: "What we need in Britain is a renegotiation of our relationship with the European Union and then a referendum where the British people decide do we stay in this reformed organisation or do we leave it.
They threaten Syrians, Iraqis, Americans and British people alike and make no distinction between Muslims, Christians or any other faith," he said.
NEARLY two-thirds of British people believe immigrants from within the European Union should wait at least three years before they are allowed to claim welfare benePSts, a major survey of social attitudes has shown.
NEARLY two-thirds of British people believe immigrants from within the European Union (EU) should wait at least three years before they are allowed to claim welfare bene-fits, a major survey of social attitudes has shown.

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