In the 19th century, Britain was “the workshop of the world.” Now, it hardly seems to invent anything. What happened?
Thomas Lambert, Staff Writer
Thomas Lambert is a British writer. Now based in London, he has also lived and worked in Buenos Aires, Milan, and Valencia. He holds a BA in History and Modern Languages from the University of Oxford, and is particularly interested in history, politics, literature, and culture. When not working on his journalism, he tends to be writing either poetry or prose fiction, and is currently completing his first novel.
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