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(2017-07-12 13:18)


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The world changed a little after Britain voted to leave the EU. Socialist Review spoke to Charlie Kimber, editor of Socialist Worker, about the new challenges revolutionaries face in the current period.

In the run up to the EU referendum in June we argued that a leave vote would create a crisis for our ruling class, particularly for the Tory party; that it would be a crisis for the EU project itself; and that therefore a Leave vote could provide an opportunity for our side to strengthen the fight against austerity. How much do you think we’ve seen those predictions borne out?
The referendum result was a political earthquake and the aftershocks will take time to work out. The vote represented a revolt by ordinary people against the elites. It’s contradictory; it’s many sided — some voted against the EU on racist grounds, but that was not the central and defining aspec

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