The Good, The Bad and The Brexit

Spoken Word (political)

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Brexit, eh? Depending on your point of view and when you are reading this, Brexit is a triumph/success/step forward/minor improvement/non-event/problem/mess/shambles/disaster. Join an increasingly exasperated expat Australian as he returns to the Fringe for a fourth time in a further attempt to navigate his way through the unbelievable and mind-boggling past, present and future that is Brexit. Alongside the inevitable amusement (hysteria) associated with Brexit, this is an opportunity to learn a little more about the EU.

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The Scotsman (4/5 stars) 85 days ago

You learn more about what you don’t know about Brexit in 45 minutes with Geoffrey Brown’s The Good, the Bad and the Brexit than days of reading commentators – along with a luxury selection of the best Brexit one-liners, cartoons, and cliff-edge graphs. Brown runs an EU consultancy called Euclid,...

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