Thursday February 27, 2020

Will Brexit break our neighbour’s union?

English nationalism has been on the rise for years. Now it’s a potent beast

14th October, 2018

An England Once Again.

Isn’t it time we started talking about the politics of England or, if you like, the new English political agenda? From the outset we presumed that the Brexit process would create a couple of years of radical change - political and geographical - but in time it would all settle down.

Irrespective of how hard or soft the final deal would be, eventually, beyond the two-year transition period, the...

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