Brexit pushes Britain into line with European way of politics
Britain’s belief in the superiority of its political system is taking a beating, with hung parliaments and coalitions set to become the norm
‘Taking Back Control’ is the Brexit slogan that will go down in history, unless of course history ends before the Brexit process is completed, which is a distinct possibility given the way things are going. During the referendum of 2016, the Leave campaign made the slogan its main battle cry, declaring that it was time for Britain to take back control of its sovereignty from Brussels.
The truth is that in their effort to...
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