Something is changing in Britain. Voters are getting restless. Fed up with their concerns being ignored, they are no longer loyal to the old order of Labour and Conservatives. They are keen to shop around and shake things up.
Through candid interviews with key political figures from Nigel Farage of UKIP to Sara Parkin of the Green Party, Protest Vote tells for the first time the colourful story of the rise of Britain’s protest movements against the political establishment, and the maverick leaders that express this tide of discontent.
Protest Vote pinpoints the moments when the arrogance of mainstream politicians lost them voters—and how this changed politics in Britain. Will the cosy musical chairs between Labourand Tory ever return? Or is it voters who are in the driving seat, and have things changed forever?