The rise of the outsiders

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Something strange has been happening. All over the World, people are angry and rejecting the establishment like never before. Britain votes Brexit. Trump promises walls in America. Corbyn promises a new socialism in the UK. Tsipras in Greece. Podemos in Spain. Marine Le Pen in France. Norbert Hofer in Austria. The list goes on. Why has the mainstream lost support? Why are the outsiders flourishing on far left and far right? Do they have the answers to our problems? In this work, political journalist Steve Richards provides a captivating account of the defining political phenomenon of this decade.

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9781786491428
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Publisher
ATLANTIC BOOKS
Published
6/15/2017
Weight
461g
  
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Something strange has been happening. All over the World, people are angry and rejecting the establishment like never before. Britain votes Brexit. Trump promises walls in America. Corbyn promises a new socialism in the UK. Tsipras in Greece. Podemos in Spain. Marine Le Pen in France. Norbert Hofer in Austria. The list goes on. Why has the mainstream lost support? Why are the outsiders flourishing on far left and far right? Do they have the answers to our problems? In this work, political journalist Steve Richards provides a captivating account of the defining political phenomenon of this decade.

ISBN
9781786491428
Format
Paperback
Publisher
ATLANTIC BOOKS
Published
15/6/2017
Weight
461g
  
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    There is no more insightful observer of the British scene than this reasoned pundit... [Richards] brilliantly nails it. Observer Richards offers valuable insights into how awkward political power really is. Guardian Excellent... An important and insightful account of the current rise of populism amid the collapse of trust in both conventional politics and politicians. Jon Snow - Newsreader, Channel Four News Steve Richards is quite simply one of the best in the business. John Kampfner Easily one of our best commentators. David Aaronovitch Steve Richards is a fine columnist and thoughtful political commentator. This book gets to the heart of why conventional politicians and parties are struggling and failing to adapt to the challenge of the outsiders, opening the door to Trump, the Brexiteers and European movements of far left and right. Vince Cable - former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Insightful and well researched... The Rise of the Outsiders is both a stinging rebuke to established parties of left and right, but also a clarion call to mainstream politicians to call-out empty populism and make anew the case for sane government. Ed Balls -- former Shadow Chancellor to the Exchequer Incisive and urgent... This needs to be read by anyone trying to understand the nature of the current political system in Western democracies. Alasdair Blair - Jean Monnet Professor of International Relations, De Montfort University, Leicester An important book about the social forces behind the disruptive challenges to mainstream politics and the future of representative political parties. Baron David Willetts - Executive Chair of the Resolution Foundation