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Three Years in Hell: The Brexit Chronicles

ISBN: 9781838935207
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Three years in the troubled British Isles, leading up to the aftermath of Brexit.
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Three years in the troubled British Isles from the bestselling author of Heroic Failure.

Three Years in Hell is a mordantly funny and perceptive account of three years in our troubled islands, leading up to the aftermath of Brexit. It includes scathing portraits of the leading characters, including Johnson, and of the strange twists and turns that British politics has taken and the effects on our friends and neighbours.

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Three years in the troubled British Isles from the bestselling author of Heroic Failure.

Three Years in Hell is a mordantly funny and perceptive account of three years in our troubled islands, leading up to the aftermath of Brexit. It includes scathing portraits of the leading characters, including Johnson, and of the strange twists and turns that British politics has taken and the effects on our friends and neighbours.

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