By Tim Shipman
'The most sensible political e-book of the yr' ANDREW MARR the 1st ebook to inform the entire tale of the way and why Britain voted to depart the european. in response to unrivalled entry to all of the key politicians and their advisors - together with Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, George Osborne, Nigel Farage and Dominic Cummings, the mastermind of Vote go away - Tim Shipman has written a political historical past that reads like a mystery, and provides a gripping, daily account of what quite occurred behind-the-scenes in Downing highway, either go away campaigns, the Labour occasion, Ukip and Britain superior in Europe. Shipman provides his readers a ringside seat on how judgements have been made, errors justified and betrayals perpetrated. packed with tales, anecdotes and juicy leaks the publication doesn't search to handle the rights and wrongs of Brexit yet to discover how and why David Cameron selected to take the most important political gamble of his existence and clarify why he misplaced. it is a tale of calculation, tried coups, participants torn among rules and loyalty. all of the occasions are right here - from David Cameron's pledge to carry a referendum, via to the crusade itself, his resignation as best minister, the betrayals and rivalries that happened throughout the race to discover his successor to the arriving of Theresa may perhaps in Downing road as Britain's moment woman major minister. All Out conflict is a booklet approximately leaders and their closest aides, the choices they make and the way and why they lead them to, in addition to how they believe after they turn into fallacious. it truly is approximately males who make judgements which are intellectually constant and - by means of their very own degree - morally sound which are concurrently disastrous for themselves and people closest to them. it truly is approximately how doing what you recognize has labored prior to does not continually paintings back. such a lot of all it's approximately asking the query: how a ways are you ready to visit win?
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Extra info for All Out War: The Full Story of How Brexit Sank Britain’s Political Class
Largely forgotten afterwards, Cameron predicted that ‘in the next few years the EU will need to agree on Treaty change’, gifting him an occasion when Britain could get its new grand bargain. But when Germany cooled to that idea, his leverage was removed. Also forgotten, given how central it became to his deal, the speech included not one reference to immigration or migration. Coming to the crux of the matter, he declared, ‘I am in favour of a referendum. ’ Those looking back at the speech after the referendum would have been amused to find this entreaty: ‘It will be a decision we will have to take with cool heads.
Cameron was always a father as well as a politician. However hard he worked – and he worked much harder than his critics liked to pretend – he had always found time to go up to the flat and see the children. His ability to compartmentalise may have led people to label him a ‘chillaxer’, but it also meant that he was that rare species of prime minister not driven slightly mad in office. Those searching for meaning and significance in the night’s events might have looked down at the table they were sitting around, a beautiful circular piece of elm that was commissioned for the G8 summit in Lough Erne in 2013, a time when Cameron was top dog, playing host to Barack Obama, Angela Merkel and the rest.
Johnson and Gove hold a press conference and discuss plans to run a ‘Dream Team’ leadership bid. Labour MPs say they will call a vote of no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn 25 Jun – Gove calls Johnson to say he will back him. Johnson plays cricket at Althorp House. Hilary Benn phones shadow cabinet to see if they will resign 26 Jun – Eleven members of the shadow cabinet quit after Benn is fired by Corbyn. Johnson and Gove meet at Thame, Oxfordshire, to discuss Johnson’s campaign 27 Jun – Johnson’s Telegraph article on Brexit is criticised for backing both the single market and free movement 28 Jun – Labour MPs vote by 172 to forty for Jeremy Corbyn to quit.