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The case against Universal Basic Income

Daniel Sage and Patrick Diamond / February 2017

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The UK and Europe

Theresa May needs to compromise with the technocrats

John Springford / February 2017

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Mainstreaming culture in EU policy making

Philippe Kern / February 2017

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As nations retrench modern city-states emerge

Dante Disparte / February 2017

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The cartoonist's dilemma

Peter Schrank / February 2017

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The UK and Europe

We’re on our (Brexit) way!

Simon Usherwood / February 2017

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The UK and Europe

Reducing immigration is the least important Brexit priority for under 35s

Alex Britten / January 2017

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The UK and Europe

Is Brexit the settled will of the people?

Andrew Woodcock / January 2017

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Opinion

Trump, populism, and the identity of Europe

Erik Jones / January 2017

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Five Questions for Europe in a Trumpian Age

Fran Burwell / January 2017

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E!Sharp is an online magazine delivering thought provoking analysis on the affairs of the European Union and Europe’s place in the world. Through commentary, debate and humour, it demystifies the complexity of the EU. We aim to be accessible, lively and provocative. We know that you have many demands on your time and it is up to us to grab your attention.

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