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Want to kickstart Britain? Stopping Brexit isn’t enough

Andrew Adonis and Will Hutton dig out the deeper causes of discontent

By Alex Dean   September 2018
Pro-EU 'People's Vote' march held in London © David Cliff/SOPA

Pro-EU 'People's Vote' march held in London © David Cliff/SOPA

A common problem with arguments in favour of continued British membership of the European Union is that they often ignore the underlying causes of the Brexit vote: the disenchantment and regional disparities that made people feel they really needed a change. The biggest strength of Saving Britain, written by peer Andrew Adonis and former Observer editor Will Hutton, both fierce pro-Europeans, is that it avoids falling into this trap. It…

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