Wed 15 April 2009, The Guardian

How the French shrugged off their malaise - and the British gallantly picked it up for them

By Marcel Berlins
So here I am in France , reading about how unhappy, anxious, fearful, depressed, uneasy and stressed the British have become. A Mental Health Foundation study shows that the nation suffers all those ailments, far more than it used to. That's hardly surprising. Predictably, the financial crisis gets much of the blame, with fear of crime also putting in a strong performance.
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