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What are the implications for politics and democracy post Brexit?

last modified Jul 07, 2016 03:53 PM
A commentary on the current arguments around article 50 and the implications for politics and democracy of the referendum vote

Professor David Howarth, Professor of Law and Public Policy at Cambridge and co-chair, Public Policy SRI, writes about the current views on when article 50 should be triggered and the implications of the referendum vote for democracy and representation. Read the commentary here

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