Brexit and the rise of the city-state
Mike Walsh

More than 90% of the UK population live in cities, yet 52% of voters voted out; the notion of a “metropolitan urban elite” is therefore too reductive and simplistic. Rural and urban demographics voted differently, but city can mean anything from Kensington in London, to a rough estate in Bradford.

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