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What the struggles of Change UK – and the success of Nigel Farage’s insurgent Brexit Party – reveal about the limits of reshaping our politics in this time of upheaval.
It is only by stopping Brexit that we can save Erasmus and make it affordable to study abroad.
Well-meaning people cheering the sight of Nigel Farage covered in milkshake isn’t harmless. The coarsening of our politics is a real problem, and this is part of it.
Technology is the primary weapon in the escalating rivalry.
The idea that milkshaking is violence – but that inciting hate against minority groups isn’t – should be resisted.
“Reporter upset that a random teenager does not have talking points memorised.”
A managed Breixt is far from certain.
Corbyn is right that only Labour can unite Leave and Remain constituencies – but the question is on what?
When you flirt with the tools of the far right, you are in great danger of getting into bed with them.
Are you a milkshaking millennial or a rotten tomato-wielding Jacobean urchin?
If our new poll is great news for the Brexit Party, it is the very opposite for both Labour and, to an even greater extent, the Conservatives.