Spiked Magazine Gets It Wrong On Brexit And Ireland

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The origins of the internet magazine, Spiked, lie in the demise of the United Kingdom’s controversial – and latterly, oddball – Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) in 1997 and the emergence of a cadre of libertarian-style writers from its former membership in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Notable among these was the journalist and author, Mick Hume, who went on to found and edit the new, online successor to his previous print endeavour, Living Marxism, albeit in a publication with a far more contrarian or unorthodox attitude to politics, society and culture.

Since the year 2000 it has developed into the in-house magazine of the ideologically nebulous “humanist movement” in Britain, a sort of alt-right club for theoretically left-wing individuals. Among its pet hates is the European Union, making it an early convert to the Brexit cause; a stance normally associated with the backbench malcontents of the Conservative…

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