Brexit Five Years On: A view from Europe

The White Cliffs of Dover by David Cassteel

Five years ago, I couldn’t possibly have imagined I would be living in southern Europe, having accidentally emigrated to Portugal.

On June 23rd 2016 I went, rather nonchalantly, to my local polling station to vote — there had been a lot of elections that year and the referendum, following just a few weeks of public discussion about an idea that clearly hadn’t been thought through, seemed more…

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British writer and disappointed citizen. Mainly on Substack: https://alexklaushofer.substack.com/

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Alex Klaushofer

Alex Klaushofer

British writer and disappointed citizen. Mainly on Substack: https://alexklaushofer.substack.com/

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