Brits In Search of National Motto

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The U.S. and France have national mottos: "In God We Trust" and "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity." After reports that Britain's Prime Minister was looking into something similar, BBC Web site readers offered suggestions: "Mustn't grumble;" "With honor, with justice, with chips;" "God save the baked bean;" and "We came, we saw, we conquered, then we gave it back. Frightfully sorry."



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