LETTERS FROM LONDON
REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL
17th FEBRUARY 2011
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1. CROWNING GLORY:
Once upon a time, in a land where the peasants were very poor and the rich
were very, very rich – rich enough to buy small countries - there lived two evil
queens-in-waiting. One was young and one was not.
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2. JUMPING THROUGH HOOPS:
In a kingdom not very far away, peasants live in caravans apart from most of
the other peasants, keeping themselves to themselves. They live in the green
land of shamrocks and fairies. These tribes move from place to place and are
called travellers or gypsies, following many strict customs of conduct which are
never broken.
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