September 2018

Volume 35, Issue 3

A UK and Partisan view of Brexit and Dental Public Health

Authors: Peter G Robinson
doi: 10.1922/CDH_Robinson02

Abstract

I walked to work on 24th June 2016, reeling from the news that the UK referendum had shown a small but decisive majority in favour of leaving the European Union. I only knew of one person who had voted for Brexit! I had seen a few Leave posters up whilst out cycling and the opinion polls showed only a small difference, but none the less, I was hugely surprised. A neighbour reassured me that a deal would be struck so that we would find a nice arrangement amounting to a modest change, but the last two years have shown the value of his insights.

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