The 'Brexit' referendum vote represents a substantial foreign policy and economic challenge if it is to be implemented; yet British politics appears paralysed with both major parties at war and the 'Leave' leadership having left the field. This is a catastrophic political failure. Addressing both that failure and the broader problems of Britain's electoral system revealed by the referendum (which gave a voice to many who had hitherto felt excluded) may require a radical reconfiguration of our politics if we are to craft an enduring and effective settlement.
|Media of output||Blog|
|Publication status||Published - 6 Jul 2016|
- British politics