Jeremy Corbyn Can Stop The March Of The Anti-European Right

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Series Details 02.06.16
Publication Date 02/06/2016
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A big question mark hangs over which way the bulk of traditional Labour voters in the United Kingdom will vote in the EU Referendum on the 23 June 2016. Without substantial backing from these voters, the anti-European right would face a massive defeat. Of course, on the left of the Labour movement there have always been some bitter opponents of the whole idea of greater European integration and unification.

Remain supporters urged leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, to be vocal and unequivocal in his campaigning for the UK to stay in the EU.

Mr Corbyn made a keynote speech at the Institute of Engineering Technology, London on the 2 June 2016 setting out the positive case for remaining in Europe and for reforming Europe.

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