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Juridical debate over Article 50 threatens factual politics

The vitriol and abuse levelled at three high court judges by the right-wing media signals the beginning of the end, not only for the politics of fact and information, but…

Trump successfully mobilised Brexit-like fears

It’s all about Brexit. Since the politics-shattering election of Donald Trump as US President on Tuesday, British commentators have analysed the intrinsic similarities between his deeply controversial campaign and that…

Has Brexit made Scottish independence more likely?

This summer, British politics experienced tumultuous times. The vote to leave the European Union was an unforeseen victory for the Leave side. David Cameron resigned, Jeremy Corbyn refused to resign…

Hungary’s euroscepticism is indicative of a wider anti-EU sentiment

On the 2nd of October, Europe was hit, once again, by a referendum (well done Britain, we started a craze). The question posed to the Hungarian public asked whether they…

Has Brexit already impacted on the UK’s technology sector?

In a move first reported by The Financial Times, Microsoft has recently decided to close the London office of Skype. The company announced in a press release that it had…