Politics

For the Brecord…

Setting the Brexit record straight once and for all

Netflix certainly won’t be hard-pressed for conflict in their inevitable Brexit-based political drama (HBO have already cranked out a film on the subject). After dominating British public discourse for the best part of five years, it’s easy to forget why the United Kingdom opted to leave the European Union in the first place. Left unchecked, the distortions that divided the country during the Brexit process risk filling the history books, no doubt deploying an exhaustive “Brexicon” of questionably imaginative portmanteaus (that even have their own scientific paper): you’ve no doubt heard
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Deal or No Deal Brexit?

It has been over four years since the United Kingdom (UK) voted to leave the European Union (EU). Although the UK has officially left the EU on the 31st of January 2020, nothing much has changed just yet. This is because the UK is now in an 11-month transition period, in which they still have
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The Politics in a Cup of Coffee

Waking up to a warm and luscious cup of coffee is now a morning habit most of us have undertaken. Given its reputation as either energetically marking the beginning of the day or representing a means to connect with others, it is no surprise that we envision it as positively related to our lives. However,
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The Blue Wave Takes Over the Red Mirage

How Mail-In Voting Uplifted the Democratic Party Towards Victory

The 2020 election—a historical event during a historical year—has finally come to an end. After months of advertisements, constant media coverage, and candidate mudslinging—Joe Biden is the predicted winner and soon to be the 46th President of the United States—ending Donald Trump’s one-term presidency. Much like the 2016 Presidential election, everyone in the country and
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