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25 Jan 2019

Politics and Society

Brexit research leader Professor John Garry discusses the need for citizen assemblies within the Brexit debate. He argues that a citizen assembly will allow for those with deeply held differences to engage with a greater understanding and respect for other people’s point of views.

It allows social media, politicians and media to stay out of the discussion and encourage a better Brexit debate. A way of talking about politics without the politicians.


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