November 18, 2019
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It’s exactly 10 days til Thanksgiving, so among some fascinating news for Americans in the UK, we’re using this newsletter to include some delicious Thanksgiving options if you’re celebrating the holiday in the UK!

One big story we’re excited to announce is that renowned NFL commentator and US Expat in the UK Mike Carlson is joining The American’s team as a regular columnist – check out his first column in this newsletter. We hope you enjoy his insight, the week running up to Thanksgiving, and your newsletter!
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NEWS | Fairlop Honors American Soldiers on Remembrance Day

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Federal Judge rules on Electronic Device Searches at US Border

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NEWS | WW2 US Fighter Wreck in Wales Gains Protected Status

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NEWS | Mike Carlson joins The American

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NEWS | Can Americans Vote in the UK 2019 General Election?

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Article Six FEATURE | ‘The times have found us’: the Bones of Thomas Paine
Article Seven Thanksgiving in the UK 2019
Article Eight SPORT | Always Playing Away: The Mike Carlson Column
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Article Nine THEATER | 10th year anniversary week at The Pheasantry
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