As I Please: Beyond Brexit

Labour needs to build the case for a better future beyond Brexit, or risk getting lost in the din.

British politicians Jeremy Thorpe (1929–2014), Edward Heath (1916–2005), and Roy Jenkins (1920–2003) during a press conference for the ‘Keep Britain In Europe’ campaign, London, 15 May 1975. (Photo by John Williams / Evening Standard / Hulton Archive / Getty Images.)

Every now and then an event comes along that is so profound that there is a before and an after — war, job loss, the birth of a messiah . . . and Brexit. For all those wilting under Brexit fatigue, wondering what it’s all been for and where it’s going, it’s tempting to wonder about life after Brexit. […]

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