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Given the role of the north of England as a key battleground at the general election last year and the current focus on the region as a result of the pandemic, it is hard to see it falling down the political agenda any time soon.
There is no consensus, and never can be, with how people view “patriotism”, or demonstrate their “pride” in a country.
Professor Chris Grey’s brilliant Brexit analysis on state aid as a stumbling block, the attritional grind of emerging Brexit effects, and why there seems to be so little public concern. Faith, pragmatism, post-truth politics, and possible futures.
When a winner becomes a loser: Winston Churchill was kicked out of office in the British election of 1945.6 min read
Even a highly popular and respected leader can lose an election, writes a historian – especially if they don’t have a plan for the future. Churchill was one of them.
A host of alternative media outlets sprang up during Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership. But they are not fans of his replacement.