Eurosceptism

Total 7 Posts

BBC comedy is not left-wing: Its audience has moved to the right.

4 min read
Right-wing voices are not stifled or underrepresented, they are so overrepresented within the political landscape that they can no longer perform the basic function of comedy: dissent.

From deterrent to contagion: Brexit as a cautionary tale?

4 min read
The potential for Eurosceptics to sell a new message about the process of leaving the EU to publics across Europe will grow.

Brexit has made town twinning a battleground – but it’s always been political.

4 min read
The creation of links with twin towns can challenge governments and show solidarity.

What ever happened to Euroscepticism?

3 min read
One of the defining features of British politics in recent decades has been the critical discussion of European integration. And this election was called because of a major issue about the EU. So surely this is the apotheosis of Euroscepticism?

Brexit reshapes the basis of party support – again.

5 min read
How Brexit reshaped the pattern of vote choice yet further in the 2019 General Election.

The (not so) strange death of European policy, Part III

2 min read
Professor Simon Usherwood asking whether there is much expression of Euroscepticism in the General Election campaign.

Lack of unity across the Eurosceptic Movement.

2 min read
Professor Simon Usherwood on the Brexit Party resignations β€” This is a structural problem for Eurosceptics.
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