“The paradox of the Brexit vote”

Talk Europe! with Luke Cooper

One of the great paradoxes of the Brexit vote is that it created a huge civil society, a movement of people that passionately wanted to stay in the European Union.

The most important thing for them will be to keep working for a better Europe, whether Britain is a member or not. Keeping that civil society connectedness will be essential.

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