Is it British to Weep?

The reputation of Britons as a people who tightly control their emotions in the face of adversity is not necessarily a deserved one, argues Thomas Dixon.

Flowers outside Kensington Palace for Princess Diana's Funeral.  Photo by Maxwell Hamilton. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Commons Were you a sobber or a cynic in September 1997?

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