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No artigo, analisamos o comportamento dos partidos britânicos nas votações de política externa da legislatura anterior à aprovação do referendo do Brexit. Por meio de um modelo geral linear, mostramos que as votações sobre temas relacionados à União Europeia possuem baixa propensão à divergência partidária, enquanto as notícias veiculadas à votação, o desemprego e a relevância da imigração para a opinião pública afetam positivamente o grau de divergência entre os partidos políticos britânicos.
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