Brexit: a historical misunderstanding

In a previous opinion piece I expressed some of my beliefs as to why a certain demographic of Brexiteers voted the way that they did and hold onto their faith in Brexit. A concept that I briefly mentioned in this previous post was the belief in 'British exceptionalism'. In this post I intend to explore …

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Boris, Brexit and a very stable genius

This past week has been one of learning for some and confirmation for others. We have learned that the candidate in the Conservative leadership contest who is most likely to become the UKs next Prime Minister is unwilling to defend the nations civil servants and interests against attacks from foreign heads of state. For many …

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