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Britain after Brexit: it’s time to decide on our place in the world

11 January 2020

9:00 AM

11 January 2020

9:00 AM

‘Global Britain’: a phrase that provokes mockery and even indignation. As an alternative to EU membership many consider it impossible and worse, undesirable. Are we capable of true independence, or is this an illusion? Does ‘global Britain’, as its bitterest critics accuse, draw on imperial nostalgia and nationalistic arrogance? Or is it a rational response to a changing world?

It is certainly not a new response.

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