The Brexit Chronicles: Safeguarding The Truth Matters

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Graystone LA , 03.01.2021 - 256 Seiten

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Paul McQueen has joined all the dots of the Brexit story bringing it to life, guiding you through the tales of treachery and skulduggery. But, with only 2 referendums in 45 years why didn’t politicians have more faith in the voice of the people or is it that the EU redefined the word ‘democracy’?  

Well researched and presented in an easy to understand format with links to footage of key speeches and newsreels, it gives the reader a clear understanding of how successive leaders led the UK toward an ever closer union until the people said no.

Unbiased, accurate and up-to-date it catalogues UK/EU events that got us where we are today. It’s probably the most important book on the subject to be released this year. The Brexit Chronicles is a book you will want to keep for your children and their children.

Safeguarding the Truth Matters

Accurately documenting the facts is crucial for future generations to understand why the UK voted Leave in the 2016 referendum. Since leaving the EU, safeguarding those truths has become even more important because there are those who are already seeking to re-join and there are those who will twist the truth.

 

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Paul McQueen, a successful entrepreneur with a wealth of experience in simplifying the who, how and when of the Brexit saga that he wants to share. He wants to show people new perspectives and broaden their horizons. What better person to explain the timeline of Brexit than someone who has actually lived through it. Having lived and worked in Zurich, Munich, London he leads an amazing interesting fruitful life with no barriers. He is certainly someone who has benefited from the EU and also knows its pitfalls. He has written a book that you will want to keep for your grand children.

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