Nine Crises: Brexit in perspective

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A collapsing pound, spiralling oil prices, near-rationing of electricity… over the past half-century, Britain’s economy has lurched from one crisis to another, though it somehow always survives or at least it has done until now.

In this lively and wide-ranging account, journalist William Keegan takes us on a tumultuous journey through the past fifty years of our economic history – and looks ahead to explain why Brexit poses the biggest existential threat the British economy has yet faced. Peppered with anecdotes and memories from the author’s illustrious career.