Paper $16.95 ISBN: 9781910376621 Published February 2017 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe
E-book $10.00 ISBN: 9781910376676 Published February 2017

Breaking Point

The UK Referendum on the EU and Its Aftermath

Gary Gibbon

Breaking Point

Gary Gibbon

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112 pages | 4 x 7
Paper $16.95 ISBN: 9781910376621 Published February 2017 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe
E-book $10.00 ISBN: 9781910376676 Published February 2017
As the aftermath of Brexit continues to unfold, people around the world are wondering just how Brexit happened, where post-referendum Britain is heading, and what lessons might be learned by the global community. Gary Gibbon, a preeminent political broadcaster who had extraordinary access to both sides of the campaign leading up to the referendum, explores all of these issues in Breaking Point.

Examining official and off-the-record meetings with both senior politicians and ordinary voters, Gibbon addresses tough questions that are troubling the entire European continent: Now that the United Kingdom has voted for Brexit, to what extent can it truly “leave” a set of relationships that extend to the country’s doorstep? And will the decision be a lethal blow to the European Union, perhaps spurring on copycat secession movements?
Review Quotes
Financial Times
"[An] informative mixture of diary and analysis that starkly lays out the shortcomings of the Remain campaign—its multiple failures to connect with ordinary voters, find an answer to the immigration question and counter the personalities of the vote Leave side.”
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