Stereotypes

The beauty of living in a large city (especially London) is the vast array of eccentric characters you can come across. From the Cockney cabby to the Shoreditch design student to name a couple, they can epitomise the wonderful English stereotype we recognise each day.

Victoria Mather and Sue McCartney-Snape have drawn upon several English stereotypes in their new book There’ll always be an England: Social Stereotypes from The Daily Telegraph, to be launched in October. 

There’ll always be an England: Social Stereotypes from The Daily Telegraph by Victoria Mather and Sue McCartney-Snape published by Constable on 14 October, Demi-Harback £12.

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