Month: May 2020

COVID-19 is a reminder of how deeply the UK’s food security is dependent on the EU

28 May 2020 / Eric Swales

New LSE Brexit blog post by Tony Heron. Prior to and since the June 2016 referendum, the politics of Brexit has been accompanied by two recurrent (and seemingly contradictory) narratives: first, the narrative of Brexit as ‘taking back control’ for those voters ‘left behind’ by the twin forces of globalisation and multiculturalism; and second, the […]