January 16, 2020
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Britain’s fascinating history is one of the country’s stand out features. One American who knows it first hand is Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke, who married into the British aristocracy and now takes us on a tour of Britain’s Historic Houses, including her own home at Mapperton, in a new series on the Smithsonian UK Channel. Consider us charmed! Check out our interview with Julie, where we chat about the show and what it means to preserve Britain’s heritage through its historic properties.
Another important building of history is the Houses of Parliament, and as it's back in session, we sent American expat Stuart Daye to find out about the Original Cradle of Democracy. Plus, there’s recent news and also a handy restaurant review for those of you sick of the New Year diet! Enjoy your newsletter.
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NEWS | Taxpayer Advocate Calls for FATCA Change

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NEWS | Major Win Claimed in Overseas American Tax Case

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NEWS | US Soldier Killed in WW2 Identified in France

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Article Four INTERVIEW | Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke
Article Five FEATURE | The Houses of Parliament are a Thrill!
Article Six FOOD AND DRINK | VyTA restaurant review
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