From no interruption of trade to a “not apocalyptic” change, the United Kingdom has come a long way.
Scottish independence is not about the economy. It’s about maintaining relations with likeminded nations in Europe.
One-nation conservatism is vindicated in Copeland while Labour’s defeat there bolsters Jeremy Corbyn’s critics.
The liberals have been winning local elections by casting themselves as the only pro-EU party and an alternative to Labour.
Should they push for a second independence referendum now or wait for the economy to get worse?
Globalization benefits big cities. Rural areas and small towns feel left behind, even if they’re not necessarily poor.
Anybody who stands in the way of making Britain’s exit from the European Union a “success” must be a traitor to the cause.
2016 was a good year for authoritarians and delivered blow after blow to liberal democracy.
Rural areas reassert themselves against the city by electing Donald Trump and voting Britain out of the EU.
The Socialists would cede the center ground by nominating a far-left firebrand like Arnaud Montebourg.
Franklin Roosevelt’s speechwriter saw unity as a way to keep the English-speaking world free of totalitarianism.
In Britain and the United States, people rebelled against the preferences of college-educated, city elites.