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One by one, Brexit’s ‘salvations’ are seen to be illusory | Nick Cohen

Published on Saturday 8th of July 2017 11:05:08 PM in Guardian

Like Vladimir and Estragon, the British right is waiting for its Godot. For years, Godot manifested himself in the unlikely form of the German car industry. English nationalists invoked its name as if it were a spell that could protect the nation from hard times and ...

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How did this Guardian news article fare in social circles?
  • Total number of Likes, Shares, Tweets, Re-Tweets, Pins, Bookmarks & Stumbles :
    19
  • Amongst social networks, this article was most active on Linkedin
  • Total shares on Linkedin : 12
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 7
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