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Publisher's Summary

Read by author Ian Dunt, this is your blunt guide to Brexit.

Journalist Ian Dunt reveals how leaving the EU will hit law, politics, and business. Based on expert advice, this revised edition of his 2017 best seller reveals the true story of Britain's biggest issue, stripped of the gloss put on it by its cheerleaders. It is incisive and important, and growing more so by the day. Reviewers have praised the book's intelligence and brevity.

What is special about this audiobook? It is fast-paced and informative - and it is based on extensive research with experts across law, trade, and politics. Michael Gove may think that the British public has had enough of experts, but Ian Dunt and Canbury Press disagree.

Reviews:

"Highly recommended" - Nick Cohen, Spectator

"Excellent. A must-read. Harass every MP until they read Dunt's book" - AC Grayling

"I would strongly recommend this excellent guide. Dunt has taken the extraordinary step of asking a set of experts what they think. I learnt a lot." - Philip Collins, Prospect

"A definitive account of just how much confusion and ignorance has surrounded this entire debate." - James O'Brien, LBC

"Compact and easily digestible. I would encourage anyone who is confused, fascinated or frustrated by Brexit to read this book. You will be far wiser by the end of it." - Caroline Lucas, co-leader, Green Party

"Tory right-wingers who weep for the days when Britannia ruled the waves need not bother with this book. Nor will it be of interest to [left-wing] fantasists. Everyone else could learn a great deal." - James Coldwell, Fabian Review

"If you are looking for a good guide to Brexit and what comes next, I can recommend Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?" - Tom Watson, deputy leader, Labour Party

©2016, 2017 Ian Dunt (P)2017 Canbury Press

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  • G. Chandler
  • 27-01-2018

A little bit wiser about the Brexit issue.

Having voted for Brexit and expecting things to change more rapidly than they are.
This book greatly improved my understanding of what is really going on. It illustrates why things are taking so long. It highlights some of the pitfalls that are facing our politicians it also shows how inept the main characters in the leave team are to follow through with their claims prior to the vote and how they are not really the right people to carry out the will of the people in the smoothest transition from in the EU to out of the EU. This book tells you far more than about the shape of Brexit deals that are likely to be achieved and accepted than May and her partners in crime are telling the British public. It's a bit pesamistic if she gets it wrong but also hopeful that she will be strong enough to pull out the very best deal for all of us and in time restore The UK to powerful independanc.
Well worth reading.

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  • 10-01-2018

The best forensic guide to the disaster of Brexit

If you could sum up Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now? in three words, what would they be?

An exceptional forensic analysis of the self imposed harm Brexit has inflicted on the country

What about Ian Dunt’s performance did you like?

A model of clarity

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