Friday, October 28, 2016

One nation controlled by the media

Among the many puzzles of the post-Brexit referendum "debate" is the obliviousness of the establishment to the mess they've created.

And there's a circularity to the celebrations that no economic effect is yet apparent in growth rates -- an uncertain event that has not taken form is unlikely to manifest itself so directly.

Anyway, left is the Telegraph website most read articles as of lunchtime on Friday. With the public getting what the public wants on what they read, why would anyone expect Brexit consequences to get a coherent discussion?

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