What does it mean to be a Brit? Rob Temple has been tracking our national habits and idiosyncrasies since 2013, and he's proud to have cracked the code. We are a island of socially awkward, tea-obsessed amateur meteorologists, with a penchant for apologising to inanimate objects. And now in 2019, the year in which being British is more fraught (and, quite frankly, embarrassing) than ever, Rob is back with a brand-new collection showcasing the very best - and worst - of our collective Very British Problems. Featuring Rob's insights into such hot topics as pub lunches, motorway services, farmer's markets, Christmas dinners and Brexit, this book may not be a remedy for your incurable VBPs, but it will certainly provide amusement as you hide in the loo from an unexpected visitor.