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David Frost

Total 11 Posts

What the leadership contest tells us about Brexit

15 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on how, although scarcely mentioned, Brexit permeates the Tory leadership contest between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, and David Frost’s essay inadvertently revealed why whoever wins will fall prey to the impossibilities of post-Brexit politics.

Brexiters are losing the post-Brexit narrative.

14 min read
As brexiters implicitly or explicitly admit to the failures of the Brexit they agreed or supported, whilst denying or ignoring that the cause is the Brexit they agreed or supported, their admissions are accompanied by deceit and denial about the causes of what they bemoan.

Six years of failure.

14 min read
Professor Chris Grey looks at some aspects of where these years have now led us.

Will Truss press the re-set button?

12 min read
As the false claims made about the benefits of Brexit are gradually being found out, Brexit isn’t suffering from a failure to control the narrative. It’s suffering from failure, Professor Chris Grey writes.

Brexit returns to its roots.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey unpicking Frost’s resignation, and arguing that it shows how Brexit events and policy are once again entirely about the toxic internal politics of the Conservative Party.

The joke isn’t funny anymore.

12 min read
Boris Johnson’s reputation may have reached a tipping point, but ‘Brexitification’ is pervasive and nowhere more evident than in the vile politics of the cross-channel migration tragedy.

A pause to reflect.

14 min read
With the Northern Ireland Protocol talks looking set to continue, some reflections on how narratives of the success and failure of Brexit are developing and how these will eventually coalesce into a ‘received image’.
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