Indie publisher Mensch will publish William Waldegrave's analysis of post-Brexit referendum Britain next month.
Mensch m.d. and founder Richard Charkin bought world rights from Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson for an undisclosed sum. Three Circles Into One, described as an "antidote to dogmatism, prejudice, bad logic, and bad manners" will be published on 12th September ahead of party conference season.
Charkin said: "Along with millions of others I have become ever more frustrated by the political shenanigans known as Brexit. The issues are complex, opinions are divided, and the arguments are becoming ever angrier. Both in the UK and throughout the world, there is incredulity about and, to our national embarrassment, sympathy for our predicament. William Waldegrave has written the antidote to dogmatism, prejudice, bad logic, and bad manners and has produced a book everyone should read; left, right, and centre; Remainer or Brexiteer. I am inordinately proud to be involved."
Waldegrave, who served in John Major's Cabinet from 1990 until 1997 and is now a life peer in the House of Lords, added: "Whatever happens about Brexit, Britain is going to change forever. We will have to decide what kind of country we want to be. We will need a new national narrative. I want to start people thinking about all our futures."
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