Farage and Extinction Rebellion: two politics of protest, only one has a future | Gary Younge

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The Brexit party and climate protesters share a frustration with conventional politics. There the similarity endsWatching Nigel Farage, leader of the new Brexit party, saunter the few minutes from a Wetherspoons pub to Clacton pier on Wednesday, surrounded by media and supporters, I recalled Michael Rosen’s poem explaining that fascism does not arrive“in fancy dress” : “Fascism arrives as your fri
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