From Hampstead to Hull: Implications of Brexit and other overseas voting trends for the ALP
4 These debates are documented in Lynton Robins, The Reluctant Party: Labour and the EEC, 1961-1975, G.W. and A. Hesketh, Ormskirk, Lancashire, 1979, pp. 123-133.
5 See Tony Judt, Postwar: A History of Europe since 1945, Penguin, New
York, 2005, pp. 532, 732.
6 Zadie Smith, ‘Fences: A Brexit diary’, The New York Review of Books, 18
7 Matthew Wood, ‘UK and EU both need major democratic reform to
survive Brexit fallout’, The Conversation, 8 July, 2016.
8 Denis Macshane, Brexit: How Britain Will Leave Europe, I.B. Tauris,
London, 2015, p. 54.
9 Joyce Mcmillan, writing in The Scotsman, Edinburgh, 21 July, 2016. 10 Stephen Bush, ‘Divided Britain: How the EU Referendum exposed
Britain’s new culture war’, New Statesman, London, 23 June, 2016. 11 Ibid.
12 The swing to Labour in England and Wales in seats where more than 10 per cent of people were aged 18 to 24 was double the swing to Labour in seats where fewer than 7 per cent of people were that age, Professor John Curtice points out. Source: http://www.bbc.com/ news/election-2017-40219338
13 Transcript available from the American Presidential Project, University of California, Santa Barbara, at: http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/ index.php?pid=110903
14 See further Andrew Scott, ‘Left right out: It’s always been about jobs and equality’, New Matilda, 26 February, 2017, at: https://newmatilda. com/2017/02/26/left-right-always-jobs-equality/?utm_ campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_ source=socialnetwork
16 Reported in The Age, Melbourne and The Sydney Morning Herald, 30
17 See http://www.anu.edu.au/news/all-news/