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  • Brits fall back in love with afternoon tea
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Brits fall back in love with afternoon tea

From tea and scones to the Queen and her palace, Britishness is a huge selling point – particularly abroad. And following the success of The Great British Bake Off and the run-up to the royal birthday, a new generation of Brits are buying into the quaintest of national traditions – afternoon tea.

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