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BREXITLAND: Identity, Diversity and the Reshaping of British Politics

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  • Wed 02 Dec 2020 15.00 - 16.15
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Join us for for our next MPC Webinar for a discussion on the recent publication of BREXITLAND and a wider debate.

Long-term social and demographic changes – and the conflicts they create – continue to transform British politics. This book shows how deep the roots of this polarisation and volatility run, drawing out decades of educational expansion and rising ethnic diversity as key drivers in the emergence of new divides within the British electorate over immigration, identity and diversity. They argue that choices made by political parties from the 1960s onwards have mobilised these divisions into politics, first through conflicts over immigration, then through conflicts over the European Union, culminating in the 2016 EU Referendum. Providing a comprehensive and far-reaching view of a country in turmoil, Brexitland explains how and why this happened, for students, researchers and anyone who wants to better understand the remarkable political times in which we live.

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Join us for for our next MPC Webinar for a discussion on the recent publication of BREXITLAND and a wider debate.

Long-term social and demographic changes – and the conflicts they create – continue to transform British politics. This book shows how deep the roots of this polarisation and volatility run, drawing out decades of educational expansion and rising ethnic diversity as key drivers in the emergence of new divides within the British electorate over immigration, identity and diversity. They argue that choices made by political parties from the 1960s onwards have mobilised these divisions into politics, first through conflicts over immigration, then through conflicts over the European Union, culminating in the 2016 EU Referendum. Providing a comprehensive and far-reaching view of a country in turmoil, Brexitland explains how and why this happened, for students, researchers and anyone who wants to better understand the remarkable political times in which we live.

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Please note, a link to the webinar will only be provided to registered users

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Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

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Migration Policy Centre

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