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Thoughts on the sociology of Brexit

The geography reflects the economic crisis of the 1970s, not the 2010sIt became clear early on in the night that Leave had extraordinary levels of support in the North East, taking 70% of the votes in Hartlepool and 61% in Sunderland.

It subsequently emerged that Wales had voted for Leave…

Source: Thoughts on the sociology of Brexit – Political Economy Research Centre

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