Mick Greenhough is a chartered mechanical engineer who became concerned at what was happening in Brussels and decided to research the origins of the EU.
What he found horrified him so he decided to publish this book to make others aware of his findings.
John Mariswas born in Leyton, London in 1929, he moved with his family to Buckinghamshire in 1940 to escape the German bombing. JHe became interested in farming, helping during holidays on the nearby farm and later gained a scholarship to a grammar school, after which he went to an agricultural college and began a career in agriculture. Whilst working as a herdsman at a farm in Oakley, Buckinghamshire, John made a discovery that was to change his life, forever.
The voting public simply did not believe the BBC and the main stream media who all appeared so biased against Brexit that it caused many to ask; why they are so pro EU?
Much of the information within this book will come as a surprise, even shock to new readers. When you have read it then form your own conclusion as to the nature of the EU and whether the British public were right to reject it.
This is a story of an alert member of the public who had his life and that of his family changed having notified the police of the whereabouts of the hideout of the Great Train Robbers.
Within days his notoriety had spread worldwide and this began years of constant pressure, physical threats to him and his family, trauma and anxiety. He had to take precautions at work in the hope of preventing an attack whilst working alone.
Because of his careful detail in the evidence which he gave at the trial he was subjected to an attempt to frame him on a charge of perjury. Eventually he pondered the question, If a similar situation arose, would he act in the same way?
Marie travels to England from Ireland at the age of 17, she meets John, a 21 year old Caribbean immigrant and together they shape a life amongst the backdrop of 1960's/70's England.
This is their story, a Pandora’s box of hardship, prejudice and cultural difference. With flashbacks to both the Caribbean and Irish lives they left behind and the people that shaped them.