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Last summer's vote for the U.K. to leave the European Union – so called Brexit – appears to have fired the starting gun on a frantic political race to the bottom, with the government increasingly trying to appeal to voters basest instincts in much the same way as the Hair Fuhrer has done in the U.S.Last week Home Secretary Amber Rudd, the minister responsible for law and order in the U.K., gleefully announced that companies would in the future have to publish lists of all their foreign workers. Official government figures reveal that in the three months since the U.K. voted to leave the EU there has been a sharp increase in reported hate crimes against ethnic minorities and foreign nationals, as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.That support comes despite the fact that the number of U.K. nationals in work is at its highest level in almost 20 years.In an increasingly unstable world the U.K. requires leadership, not mob rule dressed up as government.
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