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“Special relationsh­ip”

UK and US leaders often refer to the “special relationsh­ip” between the two countries.

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The term was first employed in 1946 by Winston Churchill, referring to the close bond they share. The British and Americans have a common history, language, and are also close partners in trade and intelligen­ce sharing. They have cooperated in the major 20th and 21st century conflicts, from WW1 to the anti-terrorist “War on Terror.” leader elected head of state / close near (in a relationsh­ip) / bond connection / trade commerce.

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