Episode 1: Did Britain’s imperial fantasies give us Brexit?

Another Europe Is Possible have launched a fortnightly podcast

21st May 2018

The first ever Another Europe is Possible podcast, with guests Gary Younge and Kerem Nisancioglu. Hosted by Zoe Williams and Luke Cooper.

Today we’ll talk about imperial fantasies and British exceptionalism. Was the case for Brexit essentially animated by golf club delusions about Britain’s place in the world, and did that hubris make it inevitable that our leaving negotiations would play out in this shambolic way?

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