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Brexit Without The Bullshit: The Facts on Food, Jobs, Schools, and the NHS

Author: Esler, Gavin
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Pub Date: 27/06/2019
Publisher: UNKNOWN
ISBN: 9781912454358
Availability: In Stock
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Quick overview Veteran BBC journalist Gavin Esler reveals the impact of Britain's big change. In seven succinct chapters, he sets out how leaving the European Union will affect UK food and diet: healthcare, jobs and industry, education, and travel to Europe. Brexit is not an event, it's a process that will last for years.
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The broadcaster and journalist Gavin Esler sets out how the most momentous change in Britain for decades will change everyday life. In 7 succinct chapters, he reveals the profound impact of leaving the European Union on:



Food and diet

Health and the NHS

Jobs and industry

Education

Travel to Europe



From the food markets of Kent to NHS operating theatres to the boardrooms of big employers, Brexit throws up many surprises.



Brexit Without the Bullshit is not about the Brexit you were told you were getting. It's about the one that is arriving.



Reviews



Here's the really useful book: Brexit Without Bullshit by Gavin Esler. Everything a good Remainer needs to persuade the Brexiters, punchy, pithy and short. - Polly Toynbee, Guardian columnist



If you want a pithy, sober, clear-headed summary of what Brexit is actually likely to look like, @gavinesler's new book is spot on. Such a welcome antidote to all the whipped up sentiment - calm, factual, rigorous. - Dr Rachel Clarke, NHS doctor and campaigner



Esler lays out with stark clarity the effects a Brexit will have on every significant aspect of our lives. In an ideal world every citizen would read this essential book, and think hard. This is the clearest, most uncompromising and most valuable statement of the facts available; and it could save us from a disastrous mistake. - Professor AC Grayling, academic

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