{Free Textbooks} The Crossing: The shocking truth about gang wars in Brexit BritainAuthor Wensley Clarkson – Moncler2018.co

The Dartford Crossing A Vital Transport Hub Connecting Kent And Essex, The Busiest River Crossing In Europe, And The Site Of Some Of The Most Vicious Organised Crime TodayFor The Last Decade, There Has Been A Intense Turf War In The South East Of England Between Two Sets Of Criminal Gangs On One Side, There S The Establishment The Old School Firms That Have Operated For Decades And Weaved Their Way Into All Areas Of Their Communities On The Other, The New Kids On The Bloc Mainly Eastern European Gangswho Have Muscled In, Boasting They Ll Crush Anyone In Their Way And Dominate The British UnderworldThe Dartford Crossing, Due To Its Location Between London And The Ports Of The South East, Has Become The Epicentre Of These BattlesSince Brexit Began, The War Has Become Even Bloodier As Both Gangs Try To Claim New Territory Before The Borders Close In An Already Terrifying And Volatile World Of Drug Smuggling, People Trafficking, Prostitution And Money Laundering, All Rules Are Out And The Body Count Is RisingWith Research And Interviews From Both Sides Conducted By One Of True Crime S Most Established Names, The Crossing Is A Ground Breaking And Fascinating Look Inside The UK S Newest Crime Phenomenon

8 thoughts on “The Crossing: The shocking truth about gang wars in Brexit Britain

  1. says:

    Frankly I m not sure the author really had enough material to be so specific about the Dartford Crossing in this way And because of the anonymising of the people in the book including, unnecessarily, the death of a well known gangster whose story is published in another book in some detail , the book loses some of its true crime appeal Sections spreading as far as the channel ports and Albania stretch to breaking point the connection with The Crossing capitalised throughout the book, another irritation for me , as did the selective history of the region from long before the tunnel was built, let alone the bridge and the M25 Otherwise interesting to see the transformation of organised crime generally and the evidently porous nature of our borders is plain to see.

  2. says:

    Half decent book and living in the area container city it makes some sense Basically states the influx from the EU has not only filled the jobs market which we brits couldn t be bothered to do but has taken over the underworld as well, for much the same reason Agree that the police find it impossible to infiltrate these gangs but found the book repetitive in the Locals attempts to regain the turf Readable and if true shows how this county is going down the pan

  3. says:

    Another great book by Wensley detailing the rise of foreign gangs in the UK including the Albanians,Romanians and Ukrainians.You can tell a lot of research has gone into this book making it a very informative book.

  4. says:

    Good read again by Wensley but for me its let down a bit by certain names been kept out even though it s blindly obvious who they are as there are other books out which give you full details such as the murder of John Goldfinger Palmer.Overall though it s fine

  5. says:

    Only just started but sounds as though the London underworld has significantly changed TV interview with author made me buy book.

  6. says:

    Really great book, good insight into how foreign gangs have come to Britain.

  7. says:

    Well presented and a very interesting read

  8. says:

    Everybody should read the book A must for all politicians It just shows what a mess this country is in with no control.