Brexit: The Uncivil War ★★★

It attempts to be simultaneously a moderately-serious examination of why Leave won in the Brexit referendum as well as a crazy pantomime with cartoonishly evil villains. Thus I was nearly physically injured from the tonal whiplash. Is it any good? I almost have no idea whatsoever but I was never bored. It was delicious irony in this that Dominic Cummings complains in an imaginary inquiry in the future that Brexit failed because we had the wrong people in place - and now he's at the heart of power.

What I got from this is further confirmation that a bunch of unethical populists are in control of the country now, possibly for the next five years. God help us all.

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