‘Brexit: The Uncivil War’ Review

Stars: Benedict Cumberbatch, Sarah Belcher, Malcolm Freeman, Lucy Russell, Liz White, Simon Paisley Day, John Heffernan, Lee Boardman, Paul Ryan, Kate O’Flynn, Tim Steed, Nicholas Day, Tim McMullan, Richard Goulding, Oliver Maltman | Written by James Graham | Directed by Toby Haynes

Toby Hayne’s untimely and somewhat exploitive chartering of the creation and ultimately the execution of what may just be one of the most consequential political tragedies to befall on the British people by the British people in modern times – Brexit: The Uncivil War is, like its namesake, a disaster.

The subject matter of Hayne’s film has, of course, an interesting basis to be brought to the screen. Almost two years on from David Cameron’s ludicrous political party gamble in a referendum vote on the E.U. and the UK government (nor people for that matter) are nowhere closer formulating a promising deal or coming together to

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