Brexit Volume 3 (Hardback)Tim Shipman (author)
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The unmissable account of Brexit, from political insider and bestselling author of All Out War, Tim Shipman.
In this gripping account of Britain's brutal entanglement with Brexit, Tim Shipman follows the key players as they navigate negotiations and the unfolding democratic drama that ensues.
With unique access to politicians on both sides of the Brexit divide, Shipman unravels an extraordinary period of British political history. Multiple Brexit secretaries and repeated coups, the ambition, gossip and heated exchanges between Brussels and the British Brexit team are all revealed in Shipman's unflinching and unfiltered account.
Following the bestseller success of All Out War and Fall Out, this third volume of Tim Shipman's political trilogy will provide an eye-opening insight into this epic saga.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 512
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 240 x 159 mm
Praise for Fall Out
'The doyen of ... high-class gossip is ... Shipman, whose All Out War was last year's bestselling guide to the referendum campaign. Its sequel takes up where that left off ... Shipman's books are fast becoming classics ... It's testament to the rigour of [his] research that the book doesn't feel dated despite the speed at which events at Westminster have moved since it went to press' Gaby Hinsliff, Guardian
`This extraordinary book ... reads like a roaring farce ... jam-packed with fresh, illuminating details ... Shipman's writing has admirable clarity and drive ... For anyone who wants to relive the past year... this book is a must' Craig Brown, Mail On Sunday
`All Out War was the best political book published ... last year ... its triumphant sequel ... is even better' Alex Massie, Spectator
`Gripping ... If journalism is the "first rough draft" of history, then Shipman is the master of the second, tidied up, version of events ... A mixture of political thriller, psychological analysis and campaign diary, this is a page-turner for anyone interested in politics' Rachel Sylvester, The Times
`Readers who enjoyed the lucid prose and unrivalled access that made the first book such a treat will love its sequel' New Statesman
`Shipman ... a major-domo with a notebook in his waistcoat pocket ... bends over backwards to be fair ... It is crammed with detailed description and the transcribed thoughts of those who were there when the key decisions were taken' Andrew Marr, Sunday Times
`Excellent ... engrossing ... a witty phrase-maker ... Shipman does a fine job of making sense of the period since the Brexit referendum ... illuminating' Andrew Rawnsley, Observer