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Stephen Kinsella: Brexit isn't about trade, or migration. It’s about power

The reality about Brexit must take precedence over the current dubious narrative

2nd April, 2017

Our understanding of the world is shaped by a hunger for narrative – a story with a beginning, a middle, and an end – with connected events that flow into one another sequentially. This hunger for narrative comes from a natural, human discomfort with ambiguity and uncertainty.

We search for explanation in the face of arbitrary events. We work hard to fit these events into a cohesive story that somehow accounts for what is happening...

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