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English beef: the sinister side to France’s mistrust of Britain

The sinister side to France’s mistrust of the ‘Anglo-Saxons’

27 February 2021

9:00 AM

27 February 2021

9:00 AM

To find out who your true friends and rivals really are, just gauge the reaction to news of your latest success story. It is revealing, for example, that many French officials have taken grave exception to the stunning speed and efficiency of our national vaccination programme.

This became clear at the end of January, when President Emmanuel Macron defied medical opinion by unjustly claiming that the AstraZeneca jab was ‘quasi-ineffective’ for elderly people.

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