Are British people conservative?
Sun Wen You, China
To many people, the typical stereotype of Brits is that they're quite reserved, not very warm, often seeming quite unemotional, and they are conservative in their way of thinking.
The word conservative can also refer to the way people dress, usually meaning quite formal clothing, for example, suits and hats.
Feifei and Helen talk to several British people to hear what they think of themselves.
Do they agree with some of these stereotyped characteristics?
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