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John M. MacKenzie

irrelevant to the lives of most people in Britain, this was the end of empire as a rather agreeable ‘docu-soap’, a television spectacle that had positive rather than negative resonances. Even in an act of departure and decline, the British could put on a ‘good show’. So a few islands are left, in the Caribbean, the Atlantic and the Pacific, together with the ever-anomalous Gibraltar. There are

in British culture and the end of empire