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New Statesman blogs on 2nd Referendum and the inevitable bad politics of Brexit

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In case you missed these posts on New Statesman’s The Staggers blog: On the chances of Remain winning a 2nd Brexit referendum. And on why the ‘could have done better’ theory of Theresa May’s government, a theory beloved of those like David Allen Green, misses the inevitability of the impasse embedded in the Leave vote. Advertisements

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In case you missed these posts on New Statesman’s The Staggers blog:

On the chances of Remain winning a 2nd Brexit referendum.

And on why the ‘could have done better’ theory of Theresa May’s government, a theory beloved of those like David Allen Green, misses the inevitability of the impasse embedded in the Leave vote.

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Tony Yates
Economist. Consulting, lecturing, a book. Ex Prof at Bham, Ex BoE staffer. Macro, policy, monetary econ, occasional nonsense.

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