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Brexit and wage inequality: before and after

Worsening economic conditions for workers have proven important in shaping moves in voting behaviour. Image: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Brian Bell

Research Fellow, LSE Centre for Economic Performance

Stephen Machin

Professor of Economics, University College London

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