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Brexit Tag Archive

Hostile Environment – How Immigrants Become the Scapegoats

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Upon reading Maya Goodfellow’s carefully crafted compilation of shared experiences, my eyes were opened to a new terrain that is so rarely explored in the British news. It...

The many voices for mandatory voting

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Voter turnout in the Brexit referendum was 72%, which means that 28% of eligible voters could not be arsed to have their say about the most significant change to British policy...

Stick it to the man-datory voting

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The right to vote is one of the most important in British society. Nonetheless, whilst most voters will be debating which party to vote for, some may still be wondering whether to...

The Brexit Party cannot be Sirius: Nigel Farage kicks out alien immigrant from candidacy race

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Just when you thought politics couldn’t get any more other-worldly, the Westminster circus provides yet another oddity to pique one’s interest, this time in the form of a...

No-deal Brexit preparations? It takes two to tango

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As Operation Brock came into force prior to the dreaded Brexit extension, we could see just how extensive the preparations for a no-deal scenario were: a freedom of information...

Applications for Politics courses in the UK on the rise

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Since the Brexit debate on the run-up to the 2016 referendum, there has been a 28% surge in UK university applications to politics courses. UCAS, who oversees university...

Operation Brock: the only “plan” for no-deal Brexit

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Operation Brock is a plan to manage traffic congestion on the M20 as part of a plan for no-deal Brexit. The plan would see one side of the motorway being used only by HGVs heading...

Is another UK general election a good idea?

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Like a broken record, on 28 October the EU agreed to Boris Johnson’s request for an extension on Brexit negotiations, granting what they have called a “flextension”. Thus,...

Why another Brexit extension is a bad idea

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There has been yet another day and yet another time where the Brexit date has been postponed by a few more months. Just when you think the world’s longest running soap opera...

Passports, EHIC cards and currency rates: How will Brexit affect your travels after we leave the EU?

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Scared Brexit will ruin your travel plans? No fear- Jane Howard spells out what to expect....