Do They Mean Us? – The Foreign Correspondents’ View of Brexit

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With seismic changes in the UK’s political life and its relationships with the EU and the rest of the world, John Mair and Neil Fowler have commissioned and edited this collection of essays which reveal how some of the world’s most influential journalists view the referendum, the negotiations and the future for the UK. Fascinating, insightful and challenging this book gives whole new perspectives on what is one of the most important political decisions of the past forty years – and the next forty years.

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With seismic changes in the UK’s political life and its relationships with the EU and the rest of the world, John Mair and Neil Fowler have commissioned and edited this collection of essays which reveal how some of the world’s most influential journalists view the referendum, the negotiations and the future for the UK. Fascinating, insightful and challenging this book gives whole new perspectives on what is one of the most important political decisions of the past forty years – and the next forty years.

John Mair and Neil Fowler are working in partnership with Birmingham City University Centre for Brexit Studies and Bite-Sized Books to publish the Bite-Sized Brexit Books.

Bite-Sized Books will be publishing the book on 22 January 2019

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Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, United States

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