Brexit: The Dickensian repercussions of Britain’s decision to leave the EU

Brexit: The Dickensian repercussions of Britain’s decision to leave the EU
Brexit: we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way

British citizens will soon realise that the Brexit vote was a vote for a smaller, poorer, less influential Britain

There’s something Dickensian about the contrasting approaches of the Irish and British governments to the Brexit crisis. Remember Dickens’s opening line from A Tale of Two Cities, a collage of stories from London and Paris in the 1770s?

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