From Hamp­stead to Hull: Im­pli­ca­tions of Brexit and other over­seas vot­ing trends for the ALP

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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

Au­gust, 2016.

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: news/elec­tion-2017-40219338

13 Tran­script avail­able from the Amer­i­can Pres­i­den­tial Project, Univer­sity of Cal­i­for­nia, Santa Bar­bara, at: http://www.pres­i­ 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

15 Ibid.

16 Re­ported in The Age, Mel­bourne and The Syd­ney Morn­ing Her­ald, 30

June, 2016.

17 See


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