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16 Jul, 2018 08:49

Grandparents of Brexit

It’s by far the most emotive and divisive issue of this generation. Brexit has split families, ended relationships, derailed political careers, and divided a country. But the entrenched positions on ‘remain’ and ‘leave’ don’t ever give the space necessary to discuss the context around why so many voted to leave… and why they are so disdained by those who wanted to stay. So, was the outcome of the referendum on June 23, 2016 a rash knee-jerk decision or had an anti-EU feeling been building for many years?

Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by Dr Lee Jones and Dr Lisa Mackenzie to work out the context behind Brexit.

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