Thursday August 6, 2020

Brexit: Give them something to love or loathe to be in with a fighting chance

Today voters have a chance to reject the most heinous campaign ever run in Britain, writes Susan O'Keeffe

23rd June, 2016

Give them something to love or loathe about your proposition and you’re in with a fighting chance. And so, hardly surprising then that the Leave side plumped for the age-old battle ground of immigration and spent the last few months bigging it up to reach fever pitch in the last week of a fraught campaign. They worked harder and with more purpose in the earlier months, knowing that the status quo is always difficult to...

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