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The anatomy of break-up
Stuart Ward

endeavour, and it would be misleading to posit a crude instrumentality between British World historical paradigms and the resurgence of global posturing in the Brexit debate (let alone the reactionary far-right politics of white victimhood). 35 Tamson Pietsch allows for greater subtlety, identifying a ‘tendency to flatten out fissures and frictions’ in the relentless focus on ‘Britishness’, which has

in The break-up of Greater Britain