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Wales is having a rethink about its place in the UK – could it lead the way for everyone else?

By Anwen Elias, Reader in Politics, Aberystwyth University
Matt Wall, Associate Professor, Political and Cultural Studies, Swansea University
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Can the United Kingdom survive Brexit? This remains one of the great unanswered questions of our time. Politically, two major narratives have dominated. The first is that the UK is on a break-up trajectory. Brexit has revived the Scottish independence movement and destabilised Northern Irish politics. Clashes between UK and devolved governments over dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic have only strengthened this trend. The other narrative is described by Michael Keating of the University of Aberdeen, who noted

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