On the eve of the House of Commons trying to break the Brexit deadlock, a public lecture concerning what Brexit tells us about the British.

On the night when the government began to post the following email to millions of UK voters, after 5.8 million had petitioned it in a matter of a few days. More than six million by the Wednesday:

UK Government response to 5.8+ million people signing a petition to revoke, just before it agreed to a debate on the issue of whether article 50 should now be revoked.

 

And the day before Donald Tusk said to the European Parliament: “You should be open to a long extension, if the UK wishes to rethink its strategy. 6 million people signed the petition, 1 million marched. They may not feel sufficiently represented by UK Parliament but they must feel represented by you. Because they are Europeans

 

A public lecture by Danny Dorling speaking at the Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham by Sea, March 26th 2019: On Brexit, British Empire nostalgia, economic inequality, political incompetence, and hope: