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The feelings beneath the thoughts

The stances that people adopt are never solely governed by reason, says David Ison

THE triggering of Article 50 last month was regarded as totemic by many, but for diametrically op­­posite reasons. Over the next few years, as the country enters the uncharted waters of Brexit, there will be much debate — but how many intellectual ex­­changes will engage with the deeper feelings at work?

During the campaign, there were many arguments and claims made on both sides, the truth of which was disputed; and that argument continues to play out. But underlying such argument, ...

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