Brexit means exit, but what exactly will we be leaving behind?
Entry into the European Community in 1973 was a momentous event - one which had seismic effects on the politics and constitution of Britain. Brexit, while equally as momentous, has almost wholly been confined to discussions of economic consequence. But what will happen to the constitution? Beyond Brexit looks for the first time at the impact of Brexit and the constitutional consequences of Britain's EU membership, raising the question of just how the United Kingdom is to be preserved.
In this book, Vernon Bogdanor explores the ever-changing relationship between Britain and the European Union from the original concept of European unity to 21st century Euroscepticism, the fundamental problems confronting Britain on its exit from the European Union, and argues that Brexit is the start of new beginnings - heralding a peaceful constitutional moment.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 512 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
Whether Brexit will finally provide our "constitutional moment" is impossible to say. But you will not find a better account of why it should. Bogdanor's knowledge is second to none. * Prospect *
A thought-provoking take on Brexit and its potential impact on the constitution. * The Edinburgh Law Review *
This book should be read by anyone wanting to make sense of the possibilities of constitutional reform in the aftermath of Brexit. * Liverpool Law Review *