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A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

In graphics: Britain’s referendum on EU membership: A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union | The Economist

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#Brexit will increase poverty. thrives in deprived areas. It's not in UKIP & the Far Right's interest to reduce poverty.

have have seemingly given a chunk of the UK population the red pill and they have gone off down the #Brexit rabbit hole...

#Brexit will increase poverty. thrives in deprived areas. It's not in UKIP & the Far Right's interest to reduce poverty.

@iainemmett are not anti-establishment they want to become the establishment Fortunately UKIP are going bust @CapX @CPSThinkTank

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The Express has taken a strong position in supporting anti-EU sentiments in their articles; the most eurosceptic of all 9 major newspapers. The former editor, O’Flynn, ran as a UKIP candidate, winning his riding - influencing the Express more than ever. It has even devoted a number of articles to the UKIP's party leader Nigel Farage. By simply glancing at the Politics page online of the Express it doesn’t take long to notice the trend of a familiar face and words such as “EU” and “exit”.