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David Edgerton is professor of modern British history at King’s College London and the author of books including The Rise and Fall of the British Nation and Britain’s War Machine
The UK has long downplayed the awkward truth that its victory in the Second World War largely depended on the USSR, the US and the dominions.
Military analogies are fuelling myths and fantasies about the UK’s wartime experience.
Why we need to rethink the case for a national capitalism in the age of uncertainty.
The politicians and financiers of the Leave campaigns turned the latent politics of anti-London into the politics of anti-Brussels.
For the first time, a major change in policy generated internally has not been one first put forward, debated and refined by a great political party.