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A policy neither possible nor desirable

Stephen McNair

Long before the referendum it has been clear that immigration is Labour’s achilles heel in the Brexit debate, and the strategy of avoiding the issue merely inflamed feelings. The Conservative claims that immigration could or should be reduced dramatically fed the idea that this was possible and desirable, and made immigration the easy scapegoat for…

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A fork in the road

Baroness Jenny Jones

The Green Party view of the European Union is that it is a flawed organisation, but that its benefits outweigh the flaws and it is better to stay in and reform it than ditch it altogether. Personally, I fear it is unreformable. From the outset in the 70’s, when the UK agonised about joining, I…

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Stronger, safer and better off together

Catherine West MP

In 1830 the American politician Daniel Webster cried “Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable”. It was a gallant cry. A cry of energy and hope. On Thursday 23 June, the British people will decide whether to remain in the European Union or to leave. It is a choice that will have a…

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