A ‘Brexit Election’ that Shied Away from Foreign Policy

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This report was written by Edward Elliott from the British Foreign Policy Group for the Royal United Service Institute and discusses UK public sentiment to foreign policy after the so-called, ‘Brexit election’.

This publication has been sourced from:

Edward Elliott
edward.elliott@bfpg.org.uk

Edward Elliott is Research & Operations Manager at the British Foreign Policy Group. He is a graduate in politics, international relations, French, and law, having studied at Durham University and Sciences Po. Fluent in Spanish as well as French, he has worked in France, Spain, England, and Slovakia before joining the BFPG as a researcher and helping establish the organisation.