Essay was a reminder that the British empire was callous and pernicious

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Essay was a reminder that the British empire was callous and pernicious

TO many people living in the UK, the royal family embodies a British tradition of empire as well as the glory and prominence on the world stage that it represents. The death of Prince Philip has witnessed an outpouring of grief which, though largely orchestrated by a gushingly subservient media, still acts as a reminder of a self- delusional national consciousness that believes Britain remains great and harks back to the mythical days of empirical bliss.

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Essay was a reminder that the British empire was callous and pernicious