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Europe: In or Out: Everything you need to know [Paperback]

David Charter
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25 Mar 2014
What will happen if Britain leaves the EU, and how will it affect you? Europe: vital for Britain's economy and global standing or a bureaucratic monster hell-bent on destroying our national sovereignty? And why is no one talking about what leaving Europe would actually mean? Addressing the real issues surrounding a potential exit from the EU including jobs, travel, immigration, investment, sovereignty and justice this book investigates the consequences both for the country and for the person on the street. A clear, comprehensive and compelling guide to the impact of the EU and the implications of a British exit, this objective and unbiased handbook, from an expert in the field, is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Britain's future.

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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Biteback (25 Mar 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1849546843
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849546843
  • Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 12.8 x 2.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 67,877 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Top Five Current Affairs Books: 2. Europe: In or Out, David Charter --The Independent on Sunday

[David Charter] offers lots of useful facts and figures to help readers make up their mind. If and when the referendum comes, [this] book should prove extremely useful. --The Economist

David Charter gives a clear, informative and thought-provoking guide … Addressing the real issues surrounding a potential exit. --Irish Books

About the Author

David Charter is The Times' Berlin Correspondent. He lives in London and Berlin.

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3.0 out of 5 stars A bit too much data for me... 23 Jun 2014
I purchased this book, as I wanted a balanced view for both sides of the EU question, in or out.

The book is well written, and I personally found it quite interesting to start with. To be honest I only got half-way through the book before the amount of figures that are discussed bored me to death, and I gave up.

Great if you like detailed stats and the finer details of our relationship with the EU, but the first few chapters were enough for me to cement my view that we're better off out of the EU.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Balanced 12 July 2014
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A very balanced view. Read before you preach either way.
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By GT1
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This is well written and provides a balanced view of the pros and cons of continuing our membership of the European community. It is also very up to date which is welcome as it makes the points made much more relevant.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Better Off Out 25 Jun 2014
By L. Davidson VINE VOICE
I bought this book just after the recent European elections as I was looking to get a bit more genned up on a subject which I think is going to loom quite large over British politics in the next few years. Recently I have found myself agreeing with UKIP on most things and I agree with them that the UK would be better off leaving the EU. I think that as things stand at the moment the UK is at a crossroads in its dealings with the EU and that before long the only choice will be to either leave the organisation or to join the Euro. A middle way may no longer be available anymore. I dont feel comfortable with the EU gradually relegating the UK parliament to that of a regional authority and I dont think that the Europeans particularly like the British anyway - so why let them dictate laws to us ? National identity is under threat by remaining in a EU which is steadily moving towards federalism. This book gives a detailed assessment of the pros and cons of a "Brexit" and provides a wealth of statistics to back up both sides of the argument. Some of the book was difficult to understand as it assumes the reader has a decent knowledge of the institutions relating to the EU. It reinforced my opinion that the UK should now leave the EU and regain its national sovereignty. Undoubtedly there would be a lot of hassle and upheaval doing this , but I think that it would be worth it. The UK can negotiate a new free trade agreement with the EU without being a member and it would be free to forge new trading arrangements with countries like India,Pakistan and Nigeria , countries with bigger markets which are better disposed to the UK than the Europeans and which dont threaten our national identity and soverignty in the way they do. Read more ›
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By fred
A lucid argument that leaves the reader with the major arguments to evaluate and decide. A book that ought to be read by all who are interested in the dispassionate and unbiased reasons for U.K place in or out of Europe. I have read it and re-read some of the arguments!
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