In the Carlin and Love paper, the authors study shows that there is an inherit lack of trust when it comes to our interactions with people with varying political beliefs and affiliation. Competition in politics can lead to campaigns of misinformation, and in my opinion, Brexit is one of the most powerful recent examples.
Alan Moore is the author of V for Vendetta, a comic novel (which was also made into a movies) about this futuristic world that the British governments enforce their vision on the masses that do not trust the government, however follow the government vision out of fear. State controlled media outlets shape and enforce the political narrative.
He shares his thoughts on Brexit, which I found very interesting and in line with our discussions about political rhetoric and trust: