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Each passing day of Brexit deadlock confirms how divergent our views are, in the country, Commons and Cabinet. The placards at the People's Vote march will one day form their own academic dataset of how we saw each other.

"52 per cent Pride and Prejudice, 48 per cent Sense and Sensibility", while probably self-mocking and nearly funny, will not age well.But we don't just have different opinions about the other side or what should be done - we see the same verifiable facts very differently.  

Our separate realities are the most direct sign of our division, and help explain why we seem to be constantly talking past each other.

We know, for example, that EU migrants pay £4.7bn in taxes than they...

Each passing day of Brexit deadlock confirms how divergent our views are, in the country, Commons and Cabinet. The placards at the People's Vote march will one day form their own academic dataset of how we saw each other.

"52 per cent Pride and Prejudice, 48 per cent Sense and Sensibility", while probably self-mocking and nearly funny, will not age well.But we don't just have different opinions about the other side or what should be done - we see the same verifiable facts very differently.  

Our separate realities are the most direct sign of our division, and help explain why we seem to be constantly talking past each other.

We know, for example, that EU migrants pay £4.7bn in taxes than they...

Each passing day of Brexit deadlock confirms how divergent our views are, in the country, Commons and Cabinet. The placards at the People's Vote march will one day form their own academic dataset of how we saw each other.

"52 per cent Pride and Prejudice, 48 per cent Sense and Sensibility", while probably self-mocking and nearly funny, will not age well.But we don't just have different opinions about the other side or what should be done - we see the same verifiable facts very differently.  

Our separate realities are the most direct sign of our division, and help explain why we seem to be constantly talking past each other.

We know, for example, that EU migrants pay £4.7bn in taxes than they...

Each passing day of Brexit deadlock confirms how divergent our views are, in the country, Commons and Cabinet. The placards at the People's Vote march will one day form their own academic dataset of how we saw each other.

"52 per cent Pride and Prejudice, 48 per cent Sense and Sensibility", while probably self-mocking and nearly funny, will not age well.But we don't just have different opinions about the other side or what should be done - we see the same verifiable facts very differently.  

Our separate realities are the most direct sign of our division, and help explain why we seem to be constantly talking past each other.

We know, for example, that EU migrants pay £4.7bn in taxes than they...