The British Labour MP Kate Hoey Is Still Fighting The Troubles

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The motivations behind the majority pro-leave result in the United Kingdom’s 2016 Brexit referendum are complex, though there is a strong presumption that much of the leave vote stemmed from feelings of post-imperial ennui or dissatisfaction among a sizable chunk of the British (for which one should largely read, English) general public. This sentiment was coupled with the suspicion that the country’s post-World War decline could be blamed in large part on the machinations of its historical rivals-turned-partners in the European Union. By freeing itself from the supposed “unfair” restrictions placed upon it by the EU, many voters hoped that the glory days of the Pax Britannica could be restored, albeit on a political, economic and cultural scale rather than a military one (though given the extreme nature of some characters and groups in the Leave campaign, one can never be sure).

However, for others, a greater motivation to…

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