About Brexit 1
The large demonstration of 20th October in London.
About Brexit 4
In the winter of 2017 the UKIP campaign to beat Labour in Stoke Central distorted politics by showing Remain in a Leave constituency was not electorally sound - but is this so today?
About Brexit 2
The Full Motion - not perhaps the change of policy many wanted, but a step forward. See Data in Focus 4 for the text.
About Brexit 3
Big Red Bus - on its first visit to Birmingham. It will roll again this autumn to counter the propaganda of the first, Boris Johnson linked, Big Red Bus.
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