The prevalence of Euroscepticism within the UK electorate is widely claimed yet Stuart Fox argues that it is not borne out by the facts. The nature of such attitudes are more complex than the Europhile/Eurosceptic dichotomy suggests and their distribution of such attitudes varies across demographic groups. Endless speculation about the rise of UKIP, the threat they pose to the chances of the Tories […]
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