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Last Exit to Little Britain

Written by David Rowe, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University: When a word enters the popular lexicon, the social imaginary has surely been tapped. ‘Brexit’ was on multiple lips to describe the UK’s narrow referendum decision to leave the European Union. It then spawned many variations, such as the hashtag ‘#Quexit’ by those […]

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BREXIT – IS THIS SCHRÖDINGER’S NEOLIBERALISM?

Gratefully reprinted with kind permission from Liz Morrish Academic Irregularities Blog, 25 June 2016 The day after what the BBC has been calling a seismic event is bound to feel rather numbing. The prospect of leaving the EU is disorienting and scary precisely because no manifesto, no roadmap has ever been presented by the quitters. […]

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Lessons from Brexit

Written by Eileen Clark, Clarks Clerks: Result too close to call? Conservative leader under threat from his own side? Financial chaos and credit rating threatened? This seems like a bad case of déjà vu. Last week it was Brexit, today it’s the Australian double dissolution election. In both cases, it appears the little people turned […]

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