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Freedom of movement is about bosses driving down wages, not holidays
MPs from the 2015 intake have recorded a video calling on Jo Cox's death to spur a change in British politics.
The Tory grandee says the EU “rose like a phoenix” from the ashes of war.
Using the door of Downing Street in this way is a tactic borne out of desperation.
Analysis of 780,000 shopping trips in the UK further reveals the class divide between Brexit and pro-Europe voters.
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We must reject the alarmist language, personal attacks and fear embodied by the EU referendum.
A beer man’s fight for democracy falls flat.
The latest polls appear to show movement to Remain, but the picture is complex.
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