Architects of Betrayal: How Parliament Tried to Thwart Brexit, from Chequers to the Meaningful Vote by British commentator Jack Buckby discusses the Brexit resolution which saw the British people vote to leave the European Union.
According to Amazon:
Architects of Betrayal chronicles the everyday betrayals by the British Parliament following the referendum decision to leave the European Union. In a diary format, the book analyses how the Parliamentarians betrayed the will of the people, from the announcement of the Chequers Deal to the Meaningful Vote. Architects of Betrayal serves as a valuable reference tool. The British people should never forget the sheer disdain shown for them by their own elected representatives, and this book ensures that every little betrayal they made is remembered.
This book is not just for those who live in the United Kingdom, it is also an excellent resource for any American to read who may not understand the Brexit vote or what it means for our neighbors across the Atlantic. For those unfamiliar with Buckby, he is a political commentator and host for Polish Daily who covers a wide range of topics, including those covering Brexit. He is an expert on these issues and many others.
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