Traffic and retweets aren’t everything – and some of our most interesting posts weren’t necessarily the most-read. LSE Brexit editors Roch Dunin-Wąsowicz and Ros Taylor pick their highlights from 2017.
Brexit is not only an expression of nostalgia for empire, it is also the fruit of empire
Brits in Spain: four broad Brexit narratives (though sometimes it’s best to avoid the topic)
Would you like hormones, GM and extra antibiotics with that? How Brexit threatens food security
Legatum Institute’s ‘solution’ for the Brexit border is highly problematic
New British exceptionalism – no longer in competition for the best and the brightest?
The Mail’s ‘Brexit bias’ witch-hunt is wrong, but raises uncomfortable home truths
To Brussels via Rome: how Eurosceptical are British Christians?
Unpicking the “No deal is better than a bad deal” mantra: what would a ‘bad deal’ look like?
‘They can move’ – or can they? Freedom of movement, Brexit and working-class stasis
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