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Heroes of Brexit

Heroes of Brexit

Today, at 11pm, the UK will formally leave the European Union and regain its status as an independent nation. The struggle to secure British independence has been a generational one, secured in the teeth of political, business, academic and civil society establishment that was institutionally committed to Europe and that sought to deligitimise any who thought differently – from Cameron’s ‘fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists’ to the endless claims of ‘stupid’, ‘bigoted’ and ‘uneducated’ thrown at Leavers since 2016. Yet…

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What If? A Brexit Fantasy

What If? A Brexit Fantasy

This post is a fiction, a fantasy. The subject of this post was chosen by the winner of my pre-election sweepstake. It is intended to be plausible (though see the afterword), rather than probable, and a light-hearted exploration of how history could, in a very different world, have turned out differently. In particular, none of the positions, statements or actions taken by real-life politicians referred to in this piece should be taken as the actual positions, statements or actions they…

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