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Why Boris Johnson won’t have to pay any hospital bills

Luke Reader, Case Western Reserve University While British Prime Minister Boris Johnson recovers from a life-threatening bout of COVID-19 that hospitalized him for a week,...

Don’t let your vote get stolen – 5 essential reads about...

Jeff Inglis, The Conversation As the 2020 election season heats up, there will be a massive number of people competing for your vote. Only some...

Brexit food shortages are not inevitable – keep calm and don’t...

Jamie Stone, Loughborough University With no Brexit deal in place and March 29 fast approaching, fears are growing that the UK will struggle to maintain...

Brexit: An ‘escape room’ with no escape

Terrence Guay, Pennsylvania State University Brexit is beginning to look a lot like an “escape room” with no exit. An escape room is an increasingly popular...

A customs union would free the UK to strike trade deals...

Karen Jackson, University of Westminster and Oleksandr Shepotylo, University of Bradford The debate around the UK’s level of involvement in the EU single market after...

Rise in globalism doesn’t mean the end for nationalists

A. Burcu Bayram, University of Arkansas Are you more of a nationalist or a cosmopolitan? Or both? Recent events suggest that a nationalist backlash to globalization...

How populism explains May’s stunning UK election upset: Experts react

Terrence Guay, Pennsylvania State University and Charles Hankla, Georgia State University Editor’s note: U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s election gamble failed badly as her Conservatives...

What the UK election means for Brexit and America

Charles Hankla, Georgia State University Despite the many distractions of a full news cycle, it’s time to start paying closer attention to Thursday’s elections in...

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Opinions harden on what it means to be ‘truly British’

By Joel Dimmock, The Conversation It is getting harder and harder to prove that you’re “truly British”. With immigration rarely off the front pages and...