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Thursday, 25 May 2017

A pyrrhic victory for euroscepticism?

A pyrrhic victory for euroscepticism?
- Dr Usherwood began the discussion by arguing that Euroscepticism does not truly exist: instead, the political podium has observed a variety of Euroscepticisms, each of which represent a wide range of views, opinions, and political actors, all driven by a degree of dislike of some aspect of European integration.
The Leave campaign itself highlighted this division in ideologues as numerous groups of activists with different approaches were brought together by an apparent common goal, to exit the European Union, despite of any tensions between these groups.