How To Stop Brexit - And Make Britain Great Again

How To Stop Brexit And Make Britain Great Again Keep calm but do not carry on There is nothing remotely inevitable about Brexit except that it will be deeply damaging if it happens Extricating Britain from Europe will be the greatest challenge this

  • Title: How To Stop Brexit - And Make Britain Great Again
  • Author: Nick Clegg
  • ISBN: 9781847925237
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Keep calm but do not carry on There is nothing remotely inevitable about Brexit except that it will be deeply damaging if it happens Extricating Britain from Europe will be the greatest challenge this country has faced since the Second World War And as negotiations with the EU expose the promises of the Brexit campaign to have been hollow, even some Brexit voters noKeep calm but do not carry on There is nothing remotely inevitable about Brexit except that it will be deeply damaging if it happens Extricating Britain from Europe will be the greatest challenge this country has faced since the Second World War And as negotiations with the EU expose the promises of the Brexit campaign to have been hollow, even some Brexit voters now wish to exercise their democratic right to change their mind, seeing that the most pragmatic option is to stop It would certainly be the best thing for Britain But how can it be done Haven t the people spoken No In this indispensable handbook, Nick Clegg categorically debunks the various myths that have been used to force Brexit on Britain, not by the people but by a small, extremely rich, self serving elite, and explains precisely how this historic mistake can be reversed and what you can do to make sure that it is.

    • How To Stop Brexit - And Make Britain Great Again By Nick Clegg
      235 Nick Clegg
    • thumbnail Title: How To Stop Brexit - And Make Britain Great Again By Nick Clegg
      Posted by:Nick Clegg
      Published :2019-03-25T11:48:12+00:00

    About " Nick Clegg "

  • Nick Clegg

    Nick Clegg is the former Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom He was also Leader of the Liberal Democrats 2007 2015, Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam 2005 2017 and Member of the European Parliament for the East Midlands 1999 2004.

  • 459 Comments

  • A short, concise, and excellently written analysis of the Brexit situation. I'm not a big fan of Nick Clegg, but I've read a lot of books and memoirs about politics, and Clegg's have been the most well written and easy to digest. The book tackles the issues in a practical, pragmatic fashion. Wherever possible, the book relies on provable facts and historical evidence, rather than appealing to lofty, subjective ideals. Beyond obviously being against Brexit, Clegg is very unbiased in his approach [...]


  • A well argued, pragmatic call to arms that challenges the view that Brexit is inevitable. This book should particularly rouse those who support Labour or the Conservatives who still believe that Britain’s membership of the EU matters.




  • One day in the not so distant future, Nick Clegg will in my opinion become considered as one of the most well-balanced & fair-minded politicians we've ever had.This is a well-argued piece which unpicks the farce which is Brexit. The will of the people must be respected. The people voted for an unachievable fantasy. The will of the people is changing.


  • Disappointed in this book The "How to stop" bit only comes right at the very end. The ENTIRE rest of the book is dedicated to the reasons why we need to stop it, and all the potential catastrophic consequences of Brexit, which, frankly left me depressed, disheartened, and ready to slit my wrists :-(If you read this hoping for a shining light or for an inspirational call to arms you need to skip to the end. The rest is just too depressing . HOWEVER, that said, it is very educational and only enfo [...]


  • I stumbled across this book after hearing Nick Cleggs' interview on BBC Five Live, with Emma Barnett. He spoke well and frank about what Brexit means for our children. Great read on the fiasco that is Brexit. I'm not a Nick Clegg supporter, and some may say that this short and concise book is ill timed and too critical, after Clegg losing his seat. It's argument is erudite, with the basis of what Brexit was sold as, isn't being peddled now. A great read for 'the person on the street'.


  • Nick Clegg continues as a man for the country instead of for any particular party and that is refreshing.


  • When I first used I used to agonise about what to rate things, eventually deciding that all my star ratings would be based entirely on how much *I* liked the book, not trying to work out if it was good by any other standards of criticism. This book made me agonise a bit again, because 3 hours of someone saying "You were right the whole time about possibly the biggest issue of the day! And we can fix it!" is a pleasant use of anyone's time. So I'm giving it 5 stars. It is a good book, but not as [...]


  • Clear and convincing argument for why we can and must stop Brexit - and how. How many this will convince is open to question - but I feel fired up after reading this, so that ripple effect could be powerful.


  • Yas queen!I liked this a lot: it's a great justification of why we should take back the initiative from the brexit elite as well as a practical guide for how to.


  • I normally avoid books written by politicians, but decided to pick this up. This book tells you how to do what it says on the tin. It is not written to provide a balanced neutral account of the pro and cons of Brexit, not designed to get people to think carefully about issues in a reflective way. Instead, it appeals solely to the anti-Brexit tribalist, to those who view political issues as religion. If you are anti-Brexit and you do not care about whether it's good or bad, only about winning, yo [...]


  • More of a pamphlet than a book as such - and 'of the moment' - yet timeless in its advice: If you want to influence a political process, you have to get involved. Armchair commentary is not enough. And no, you don't have to go as far as run for office. But you do have to engage with elected officials if you want them to do something different. That said, this brief book does more than that. Nick Clegg super-summarises British history to give a context for the predicament(s) that Brexit has intro [...]


  • Now hear me out. I am the first person in the 'hit Nick Clegg in the balls with an oversized vegetable in the ball sack' queue normally, but I have to give props to the guy for this. It may not (and probably won't) ignite a revolution in what is and has been for many years, a lazy populis, but it a great little history/overview of the carbuncle that is Brexit and a very welcome call to arms and guide to activism, in the Mark Thomas vein even. The message is that we can still stop Brexit. I wish [...]


  • Concise. Packed with facts. Easy to get through in an afternoon.Optimistic and urgent (Nick Clegg is, after all, a politician).Utterly fair in its assessment, never dismissing the concerns of Leave voters. Never arrogant.A useful source for every non-expert in the #StopBrexit movement.'How To Stop Brexit' accepts that historically the UK has had an uneasy and less than enthusiastic relationship with the EU. It explains how this came to be and also explains exactly why much of what the Leave supp [...]


  • A great little book to raise the spirits in these dark times.More like a long Pamphlet than a book it gives a brief history of Brexit an overview of the political climate at the time of the referendum and an update on events since that time.All of which is very useful in reminding us of all that has happened as always; we live in interesting times.The solution, according to Clegg and as seems to be currently gaining traction, is that a second referendum is required once the deal has been establi [...]


  • A concise, well-written and readable offering from Nick Clegg on how to stop Brexit. As I’d expect from Nick there’s plenty of historical context and information that backs up his assertions. The only thing that prevents me giving a 5* review is his encouragement that people should join the Conservatives or Labour. As a card-carrying Lib Dem and with Nick a former leader or my party I struggle with this. Also, I’m not convinced that it will make the sea change on stopping Brexit that he be [...]


  • This book probably won’t stop Brexit, and Clegg’s solution is a little tame if you ask me: simply making your voice known and writing letters to MPs simply wont cut it. But on the whole this book gives an unbiased, truthful account on the process, how we got to this point, and what Europe actually thinks to Brexit. Intelligently written, humble at times, I got through this quickly. This book certainly makes you think.


  • Essential reading for anyone in the UK worries/concerned/angry about the Brexit result and the future of the UK. Especially to those under 21 who arguably will be most affected by Brexit if it goes ahead unchecked. (I am not a great fan of Nick Clegg after his time in government but he has written a clear well argued sensible and much needed book.) read and follow its advice.


  • The title is rather mis-leading in the sense that more than half of the book is spent talking about why Brexit is reversible and why should we attempt to do so, rather than how to stop it. Nonetheless, I find his argument on the possibility of re-joining the EU very persuasive and overall, the book was enjoyable.


  • A very insightful, inspiring and intelligently written book which debunks all of the major arguments in favour of Brexit and provides realistic solutions on how to go forward. Even if you are not a fan of Nick Clegg, even if you voted to leave, or if you don't know a thing about Brexit at all, it's fairly concise and I urge you to give it a read.


  • A well argued book for those of us still reeling from the stupidity of Brexit. How we voted for something they still can't decide on beggars belief, but Nick Clegg comes up with some good arguments and ideas on how we can possibly stop it.


  • A well enough written essay, but unfortunately containing nothing I didn't already know.Hard to tell who the target audience for this is, because realistically the only people who'll ever read it are the people who already know and agree with most of the content.


  • British politics can be refreshing, creative, and inspiring. That's demonstrated in this fine book by Nick Clegg - especially in Chapter 4, "Making Britain Great Again"





  • I just don't think the suggestions he makes will be taken up by nearly as many people as it would take to reverse Brexit.


  • Post Your Comment Here

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *