The Daily Telegraph magazine - Britain and Europe cover (6 June 1975)
Fair to good condition - yellowing to page edges - there is a lot of fraying to paper on the spine due to age - staples are rusty LIFE BEGINS AT CALAIS - Only 20 years ago, Britain was more affluent than major EEC rivals the French and Germans. Now they get more pay, longer holidays and better pensions. But some of us believe that the quality of life here is sufficient compensation. Are we right? We report 5 pages
THEY'VE NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD - Whether you are a small farmer, engineer, property developer, or car worker, the chances are that your French and German equivalent will be getting a larger slice of the good life than you are. What do they earn and how do they spend it? 3 pages
THE ENIGMA'S VARIATIONS - Edward Heath had little appetite for publicity, little talent for television electioneering. Peter Walker, a close associate in Parliament, party and private life, writes about a man whose principles were too little appreciated, whose gifts were often misunderstood 2 pages
Advertisement page: Guinness (couple playing backgammon)
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