The Brexit Club: The Inside Story of the Leave Campaign’s Shock Victory

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Biteback Publishing (13 Oct. 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1785900986
  • ISBN-13: 978-1785900983
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 2.9 x 21.8 cm

Customer Reviews

Five Stars

 on 12 May 2017
By Amazon Customer
Excellent

Good,informative read

2 people found this helpful.
 on 23 October 2016
By dizzydiva
Interesting account of one of the most important periods of modern British history. Intrigue and subterfuge behind the campaign on both sides was fascinating to read . Unfortunately confirms my opinion that politicians in the main cannot be trusted .At times I wondered if I was reading the script for an episode of ‘The Thick of it ‘

Accessible, funny, intelligent

8 people found this helpful.
 on 20 October 2016
By Paul Goodchild
Journalist Owen Bennett’s second book moves on from the days when he just followed Nigel Farage (

The Brexit Club

11 people found this helpful.
 on 17 October 2016
By Number13
This is a great book for politics enthusiasts, not full of analysis and conclusions but a fascinating, well told and very informative account of the journey to Out, packed with detail and drama as different Brexit campaigners fought not only the government and Remain, but each other, pushing their view of the ‘right’ campaign to deliver victory for Leave. As described here the choice was initially, broadly speaking, between ‘sovereignty’ and ‘immigration’.

Egos and Rivalries Ruled the Campaign. Political Opportunists Were Common.

4 people found this helpful.
 on 16 October 2016
By Dr Barry Clayton
The author is a political reporter. He has written a book on Farage. This book is the third of its kind to be published recently. Three more are due out by March 2017. Like it’s predecessor, this is a well-written and interesting read. Also like it’s predecessor, it is far from being a definitive work. This will not be available for at least four to five years. A deep, objective analysis awaits, for example, the memoirs of Cameron, Osborne and Gove. It will be much, much later before key cabinet papers are available, if ever.

Fast-paced, accessible and informative take on Brexit

2 people found this helpful.
 on 20 October 2016
By Radams
Fast-paced and informative run through of the campaign that led to Brexit. Like the author’s previous book, Following Farage, it offers a real insight into some of the personalities involved and the level of access to key individuals is clear throughout. I’d recommend it if you’re interested in politics, or specifically the EU referendum campaign, and I (and subsequently my partner) found it a really accessible and enjoyable take on what was going on behind the scenes and how we ended up with Brexit.

An excellent overall account of the interweaving different Leave organisations

2 people found this helpful.
 on 21 November 2016
By woolwicharsenal
An excellent overall account of the interweaving different Leave organisations. It becomes apparent why there was not one Leave campaign as the differences were too large to bridge. It is also appears that Leave.EU was far more interesting and well organised than the MP fronted Vote Leave. The book complements the Bad Boys of Brexit by Arron Banks superbly, as it gives some very good background and a wider understanding to the events in Bad Boys. Read it first.

Really strong writing and insightful. I wasn’t surprised to …

2 people found this helpful.
 on 20 October 2016
By Amazon Customer
Really strong writing and insightful. I wasn’t surprised to see arron banks tweeting a pic of him reading it with Farage. Whatever side you were on, this one is worth having to make your own mind up about the leave side of the urinal

Full of interesting detail which chimes with known aspects. …

One person found this helpful.
 on 17 November 2016
By Tony Woodcock
Full of interesting detail which chimes with known aspects. But there are also some surprise revelations such as the description of the Tate Plot. Brexit Club is redolent with political skulduggery and perfectly illustrates why Nigel Farage wants his life back and describes politics as a nasty business. This book lifts the lid on how one can never even trust

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