Nigel Farage, then leader of the UK Independence Party, speaks to the media in London a week before the vote on Brexit in June 2016. Farage said this week that he might support a second referendum on Britain's European Union membership to kill off any prospect of staying in the bloc. Photo: AP

Can a post-Brexit Britain face up to the legacy of its lost empire?

David Winner says just under the surface of Brexit lurks lingering English nationalism that never came to terms with losing its empire, and with the negative aspects of that imperial legacy

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Nigel Farage, then leader of the UK Independence Party, speaks to the media in London a week before the vote on Brexit in June 2016. Farage said this week that he might support a second referendum on Britain's European Union membership to kill off any prospect of staying in the bloc. Photo: AP
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