'Truly brilliant' - Matthew Parris, Times columnist If any event in recent British history has spawned more bollocks than Brexit, it is hard to remember when. Now, in a successor volume to the perennial bestsellers The Little Book of Complete Bollocks and The Little Book of Management Bollocks, comes the definitive and hilarious insight into what politicians really mean when they talk about Brexit.
We know all the phrases - 'Orderly Departure', 'Crashing Out', 'Remoaners' and many more - but in The Little Book of Brexit Bollocks all is finally made crystal clear by authors Alistair Beaton and Tom Mitchelson. They reveal which notorious politician devised the term 'Ever Closer Union', and what he was actually talking about; one daily newspaper branded three High Court judges 'Enemies of the People', but this book reveals who the true enemies are. So whether you believe Nigel Farage is a national hero or a national embarrassment, this book will finally bring some cheer and relief from the agony of Brexit as we head into the Transition Period (which in the end may outlast us all).
Alistair Beaton is an award-winning playwright best known for his political comedies. He has written several TV films, including The Trial of Tony Blair, and is the author of the perennial bestsellers The Little Book of Complete Bollocks and The Little Book of Management Bollocks.
Tom Mitchelson is a journalist and author. He has written sitcoms for BBC Radio 4, gags for TV shows, and presented numerous satirical podcasts. He is an established public speaker at conferences all over the world and recently gave his first TED talk.