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a native or inhabitant of Great Britain

an inhabitant of southern Britain prior to the Anglo-Saxon invasions

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Britons cast their votes in a referendum Thursday that will determine whether the United Kingdom stays in the European Union.
London is the Place for Me: Black Britons, Citizenship and the Politics of Race.
LONDON, Nov 14 (KUNA) -- The British government Friday said that it would submit new measures on combating terrorism to the House of Commons in the upcoming weeks in order to face radicalized Britons travelling abroad to fight with "terrorist groups".
Posted online on Thursday, they also claim they are about to cross the border from Syria into Iraq to fight there aACAo the clearest indication yet that Britons are involved in the renewed Iraqi civil conflict.
ONE in five Britons thinks they will be working until they are at least 70 years old making them a lot more likely to have this expectation than workers across Europe, according to a new global report.
ONE in five Britons thinks they will be working until they are at least 70 years old - making them almost twice as likely to have this expectation as workers across Europe - according to a new global report.
THE number of Britons taking a cruise holiday this year is expected to have risen, despite the Costa Concordia disaster.
5 ( ANI ): A good number of Britons believe that the 'most similar animal' to David Cameron is a snake, and think he has been a 'big disappointment' for the post of Prime Minister, a new poll has revealed.
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1 September 2011 -- Efforts by the UK government to get more people online led to a modest increase in the number of adult Britons using the Internet last year, and could not reach 8.
WHEN it comes to holiday packing, Britons must take a leaf out of their Spanish counterparts' book, a survey has shown.
More than a dozen young people, several of them Britons, have fallen from balconies in Ibiza and Majorca this summer.
The Spanish party island draws crowds of young Britons every year who come to enjoy its famous nightlife and beaches.
The survey of more than 6,000 UK and European travellers also showed that while 29% of Britons drink five or more alcoholic drinks a day while on a break, only 10% of Europeans do so.
Thirty-nine per cent of Asian Britons, 34 per cent of white Britons and 21 per cent of black Britons believe all immigration into the UK should be stopped - or at least until the UK's economic situation improves.