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A national trauma

"It zoomed in on some of the most sensitive zones of the British national psyche"

By Jay Elwes   August 2016

Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party speaks to the media on College Green with the Houses of Parliament in the background in London, Friday, June 24 ©Matt Dunham/AP/Press Association Images

The European Union referendum was the most politically traumatic event in British public life since Iraq. And after the billboards,…

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