Post-Brexit, There are no reasons to be cheerful but we have to have hope.
Whatever the outcome of the EU referendum, the future of UK politics looks more uncertain than at any time in living memory. The Conservative Party is irreparably split. The bitterness of the campaign has been astonishing. The fault lines in personal relationships across the party are deep and, I suspect, unbridgeable. It is hard … Continue reading A New Settlement for Post-Referendum Britain
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