Brexit: The Mainstreaming of Right-Wing Populist Discourse

@inproceedings{Ahmed2017BrexitTM,
  title={Brexit: The Mainstreaming of Right-Wing Populist Discourse},
  author={Reem Ahmed},
  year={2017}
}
On Thursday 23 June 2016, a referendum was held to decide whether or not the United Kingdom (UK) should remain a member of the European Union (EU). More than 30 million people turned out to vote, with 51.9 per cent voting in favour of “Leave” and 48.1 per cent voting to “Remain”. The referendum campaign was particularly hard fought and revealed deep divisions within the country. Analysts are still piecing together the reasons why Britain voted to leave the EU, while also trying to decipher… 

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