The UK has rarely been a contented member of the EU. Reservations about the speed and direction of integration have generally been managed by securing various forms of exceptionalism, but over the last decade wariness towards integration has given way to increasing and vocal Euroscepticism, and ultimately to the Brexit referendum. This presentation explores the nature and implications of the Brexit crisis, for both the UK and the EU.
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