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Britain is following in the footsteps of Africa’s former failed states

5 October 2019

9:00 AM

5 October 2019

9:00 AM

Kenya

 
‘In the past months the people of Uganda have been following with sorrow the alarming economic crisis befalling on Britain,’ Uganda’s President Idi Amin telegrammed the Queen in 1973. ‘The sad fact is that it is the ordinary British citizen who is suffering the most… I’m sending a cargo ship full of bananas.’

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