A NEW book from one of Scotland’s best-known political commentators tackles what is widely viewed to be an urgent need for information surrounding the EU referendum debate, addressing the issues on everyone’s mind: trade, migration, education, finance, risk, security and sovereignty.
David Torrance’s ‘EU Referendum 2016: A Guide for Voters’ is sure to enhance voter participation and the process of making a decision that will have profound consequences for us all.
Begins a spokesperson: “The book is a response to a bombardment of contradictory and partisan views on EU membership.
“Committed to the democratic process and the principles of impartial journalism, Torrance departs from Westminster-centric reporting.
“He takes a UK-wide perspective, discussing the implications of Brexit for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – and therefore for England.
“He also provides a concise history of Britain in Europe, a summary of David Cameron’s renegotiation of UK’s terms of membership and an assessment of how much EU costs.”
Notes for editors:
David Torrance and Daren Hughes of the Electoral Reform Society will be speaking at Waterstones, Trafalgar Square, London on 1 June at 6.30pm. For more details, click here.
About the author:
David Torrance is a freelance commentator and author or editor of more than a dozen books about Scottish and UK politics, biography and history.
Like all good Scotsmen, he has lived in London for long stretches, and is currently based there. He has visited every Member State of the European Union and more than 120 countries around the world.
EU Referendum 2016: A Guide for Voters by David Torrance, ISBN: 978-1-910745-51-9, Paperback £5.99.
It is published by Luath Press, 543/2 Castlehill, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH1 2ND.
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