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Brexit Britain’s Love Affair with its Navy is Rooted in a Foolish and Costly Obsession with the Past

, 29 July 2019
How Brexiteers' obsession with the sea and Boris Johnson's promise of more money for ship-building represents a yearning for the days of Empire.

Darkness Descends: Government Suppressing People's Right to Know

, 19 July 2019
Iain Overton explains how the Freedom of Information Act used to be a useful tool for journalists to hold power to account. No longer.

Why do the British Not Eat Horsemeat? How Icons of the British Countryside have been Weaponised by the Brexit Establishment

, 5 July 2019
Iain Overton on where power has always resided in Britain – and why the horse is its ultimate symbol.

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