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The next election will be a referendum – on Corbynism

7 September 2019

9:00 AM

7 September 2019

9:00 AM

The next general election will have been precipitated by, and will inevitably be fought over, Brexit. Yet it will also be the fiercest battle of ideas for more than a generation. Britain must choose between economic liberalism and a command economy, between a smallish state and a domineering one. This would be a crucial choice at any time, but the implications of Brexit make it more so.

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