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Why I am angry with everyone over Brexit—including myself

My liberal outrage is being weaponised. What have I become?

Illustration: Kate Hazell

I’ve never been much of a hater. In any disagreement, I can usually see the opposing point of view. This aggravates my friends and family who want me to be on their side rather than putting myself in the shoes of the enemy. It can be wearying for me, too, because if I don’t get along with someone I’m inclined to think it is my fault and that I must…

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