J.D. Taylor cycles across post-Brexit Britain to find out why people voted to leave the European Union. Back in June, the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote leveled whole swathes of the political landscape, toppling party leaders and shaking the country’s political and economic foundations. Yet since that initial shock there has been something of a lull into inertia, with a residual sense of... Continue Reading
J.D. Taylor is a researcher and teacher in political theory, undertaking a PhD on the politics of desire in Spinoza at the University of Roehampton. He is the author of Island Story: Journeying through Unfamiliar Britain and Negative Capitalism: Cynicism in the Neoliberal Era, and blogs at drownedandsaved.com.