IMG_2705Much has been said of – and by – the fifty-two per cent of the British electorate who voted to leave the EU. Even more, it seems, has been said of – and by – the forty-eight per cent who voted to remain. Hardly anything, however, has been said about (or by) those who didn’t turn up to the ballot box. Considering that this group consists of nearly a third of the electorate, this is an oversight that may lead to a skewed picture of the UK’s political landscape.

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