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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

Journalistic but a timely overview

 on 15 November 2017
By Alistair
This is a timely and relevant book. It lays bare the conflicts and infighting inside the leave campaigns who at times seemed to be more interested in doing each other down than fighting the remainers. There are clashes of egos, unpleasant characters and honourable men and women all mixed in together combined with a gripping narrarative which builds up to an unlikely victory. The style is journalistic which is not surprising and it’s not a work of any great analysis and the lack of an index and footnotes are drawbacks as are the many unattributed quotes. It is however a riveting read, flows well off the page and while I’m sure there will be more scholarly and substantial works in the future on this subject this book does work as an enjoyable introduction while the brexit process is still current and raw.

A reasonably good read

 on 2 December 2016
By Kev
A reasonably good read but I don’t believe it reaches the standard of Shipman’s book which has far greater insight

An excellent overall account of the interweaving different Leave organisations

 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.

Fast-paced, accessible and informative take on Brexit

 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.

Full of interesting detail which chimes with known aspects. …

 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

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

 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

An unvarnished version of the Story?

 on 23 December 2016
By Parahandy
There have been other books that I haven’t read published recently covering this same story. This one tells the story well. It makes a number of the strange things that happened understandable and appears (perhaps unlike some of the others) to present a reasonably unvarnished version without too much slant in any direction.

Glad to know details of the scrum

 on 20 December 2016
By Mr. D. Foster
More aware now just what a fight it was to try and get our country back. Thanks to all involved
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