Tim Shipman has been a national newspaper journalist for sixteen years and has a wealth of experience reporting on British and American politics and international relations.Currently the Political Editor of the Sunday Times, Tim has covered four British General Elections and three American elections from the US. Well known in the Westminster political mix, he is a trusted confidant of politicians from all political parties and has a growing following as a witty observer of the political scene @ShippersUnbound.
`I can't imagine a more even-handed or better sourced, all points-of-view account of the biggest story in British politics since WWII ... A fine book' ANDREW MARR, Sunday Times 'Shipman's dispatches are a must read if you want to understand what happened beneath the smog and beyond the noise of the conflict' NICK ROBINSON `Shipman is brilliantly qualified to write the inside story of the referendum, with his unrivalled access to all the players' JOHN RENTOUL `One of the best political journalists of his era ... It's impossible to fully comprehend what happened on June 23 and the ensuing two weeks without reading this book ... Brilliant' IAIN DALE, LBC `Shipman's book is by far the best. It is a detailed, often pitch-perfect account that delivers the tale with an infectious sense of human drama - no mean feat, given the task of completing the whole thing so quickly' JOHN HARRIS, New Statesman `The essential account ... Shipman has spoken to every key individual to produce the definitive first draft of history, a comprehensive yet impartial study of how Brexit won' Financial Times `Excellent ... Shipman convincingly marshals fresh evidence to prove what we already half-knew' WILL HUTTON, Observer `The best political book of the year was undoubtedly Tim Shipman's masterly `All Out War'' New Statesman `Stonkingly good: if you're vaguely interested in politics buy it. It won't be bettered' FRASER NELSON `Thorough, comprehensive and utterly gripping. It is hard to imagine a better first draft of history' Economist `Undoubtedly the British political book of the year' ALEX MASSIE `Shipman, one of the most brilliant, best informed and well-connected journalists in Westminster, has written a superlative book which does full justice to a momentous time' PETER OBORNE `Don't think any of the quotes do justice to quite how good it is. A superb work of reporting and storytelling, and sets new benchmark for the writing of contemporary political history' ANDREW SPARROW