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Rations in modern day (UK)

KingDebater
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1/20/2014 3:22:25 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
When Britain recovered (for the most part) from the aftermath of the second world war, materials and foods eventually stopped needing to be rationed. However, not everything stopped going on ration.

Sunshine in Britain still maintains its spot in the now virtually abandoned ration book, owned by modern day Britain's born generations post-war.

Why has it not left the ration books? Well, sunshine is notoriously difficult to harness and produce more of.

I hope you Americans have learnt something about good old England!
STALIN
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1/20/2014 9:49:18 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 1/20/2014 3:22:25 PM, KingDebater wrote:
When Britain recovered (for the most part) from the aftermath of the second world war, materials and foods eventually stopped needing to be rationed. However, not everything stopped going on ration.

Sunshine in Britain still maintains its spot in the now virtually abandoned ration book, owned by modern day Britain's born generations post-war.

Why has it not left the ration books? Well, sunshine is notoriously difficult to harness and produce more of.

I hope you Americans have learnt something about good old England!

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