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In Stretching the Constitution: The Brexit Shock in Historic Perspective, Andrew Blick situates Brexit within the wider context of UK ..read more
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The economic consequences of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal have received significant attention, but a no-deal Brexit ..read more
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The election of Boris Johnson once again highlights the salience of nostalgia to the Brexit debate. This is more than a throwaway attack ..read more
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While immediate political attention has focussed on urgent questions of how, when or if Britain’s new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, ..read more
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Nicholas Allen offers an in-depth analysis of Boris Johnson’s new cabinet and places the reshuffle in a historical context. He writes ..read more
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If the UK is not to crash out of the European Union with no deal, Jonathan Boston (LSE) argues that the previous one-party political ..read more
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Why is the new government prepared to countenance no deal, when it would be so damaging to Britain? Iain Begg (LSE) says the question is ..read more
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It’s the English, stupid! Hudson Meadwell (McGill University) writes that the national structure of the UK and Britain, and the ..read more
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Brexit provides an opportunity to agree new Economic Partnership Agreements with the world’s largest economies such as the US, China ..read more
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Boris Johnson’s tack to no deal is aimed at neutralising the threat from the Brexit Party and triggering a general election, argues ..read more

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