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"Remember the words of Ivan Rogers the next time you hear some plausible posh boy in a suit telling you `no deal' wouldn't hurt at all and might even be a jolly good thing." J.K. Rowling

Two and a half years after Britain voted to leave the European Union, the political debate over Brexit seems as intense and as complicated as ever. Who and what can we trust? And how on earth do we make sense of it all?

Ivan Rogers, the UK's former ambassador to the EU, is uniquely placed to tell some home truths about the failure of the British political class and the flaws, dishonesty and confusion inherent in the UK's approach to Brexit so far.

This event is ideal for those of us who would like a better understanding of the current Brexit catastrophe *ahem sorry negotiations* and what possible post-Brexit outcomes there may be, if they are to be based on anything other than hopes and prayers.

Author talks. Whats on 2019:

Extraordinary Insects with Professor Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson on Tuesday 23rd April, 7pm at Chorleywood War Memorial Hall, WD3 5LN

Bodies in the Library with Erin Kelly and Harriet Tyce on Wednesday 24th April, 7.30pm  at Chorleywood Library, Lower Road, Chorleywood, WD3 5LB

The Chorleywood Bookshop will be hosting the launch for Slow Travel: The Chilterns and the Thames Valley by Helen and Neil Matthews and The Country of Larks: A Chiltern Journey by Gail Simmons  on Tuesday 30th April, 6.30pm

A Midwife’s Story with Leah Hazard on Thursday May 2nd, 7pm at Chorleywood Library, WD3 5LB

Helen and Neil Matthews will be signing copies of Slow Travel: The Chilterns and the Thames Valley on Saturday 4th May from 10.00-12.00pm Chorleywood Bookshop, WD3 5NJ and 2.00-4.00pm Gerrards Cross Bookshop, SL9 7QE

An afternoon with Bev Thomas on Tuesday 14th May, 12pm at The Garden Room, Chenies Manor, Chenies, WD3 6ER

A Breed Apart with Adam Henson on Thursday 16th May, 7pm at Sarratt Village Hall, WD3 6AS

Meet forensic pathologist, Dr Richard Shepherd on Monday 20th May, 7pm at Chorleywood War Memorial Hall, WD3 5LN

Rival Queens with Kate Williams on Thursday 23rd May, 7pm at The Garden Room, Chenies Manor House, Chenies, WD3 6ER

Bletchley Park and D Day with David Kenyon on Wednesday 29th May, 7pm at Chorleywood Library, WD3 5LB

A Night with Victoria Hislop on Friday 31st May at Chorleywood War Memorial Hall, WD3 5LN

My Life as a Forensic Psychologist with Kerry Daynes on Monday 3rd June, 7pm at Chorleywood Memorial Hall, WD3 5LN

Tudor Queens with Alison Weir on Friday 7th June, 7pm at Chorleywood Memorial Hall, WD3 5LB

Adventures of the Yorkshire Shepherdess with Amanda Owen on Wednesday 12th June, 7.45pm at Chorleywood War Memorial Hall, WD3 5LN

Born Lippy with Jo Brand on Friday 14th June, 7pm at Chorleywood War Memorial Hall, WD3 5LN

The Other Half of Augusta Hope with Joanna Glenn on Tuesday 18th June, 12pm at The Garden Room, Chenies Manor, WD3 6ER

Half a World Away with Mike Gayle on Wednesday 26th June, 7pm
at Chorleywood Library,WD3 5LB

Hitler’s British Isles with Duncan Barrett on Tuesday 9th July, 7pm
at Chorleywood Library, Lower Road, Chorleywood, WD3 5LB

Fantastic fiction with Deborah Moggach on Wednesday 10th july, 7.45pm at Chorleywood Memorial Hall,  WD3 5LN

Creative Writing Course at Chenies Manor with Wendy Holden on Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th October, 9.15am to 5.30pm at Chenies Manor House, Chenies, Rickmansworth, WD3 6ER

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