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#StrongerIn: Remain campaign leads ahead of UK EU referendum

#StrongerIn: Remain campaign leads ahead of UK EU referendum

British support for staying in the European Union now enjoys an 11-point lead over the rival “Out” campaign, according to an opinion poll that adds to a run showing rising support for the “In” side ahead of June’s referendum. The ComRes telephone poll for the Daily Mail and ITV News showed 51 percent of Britons […]

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#StrongerIn: Why young voters need to show up on 23 June

#StrongerIn: Why young voters need to show up on 23 June

With the upcoming EU referendum on 23 June, it is more important than ever that the young voters make their way to the voting booth, writes Jane Booth. At a recent campaign event targeting young voters, Prime Minister David Cameron said: “You have the most to gain by staying in a reformed EU, and you […]

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#StrongerIn: EU membership helps preserve UK environment, say MPs

#StrongerIn: EU membership helps preserve UK environment, say MPs

A group of MP on the Environmental Audit Committee have come out and said that the UK’s membership in the EU has strongly benefited the UK environment. The Environmental Audit Committee said efforts to reduce pollution and boost biodiversity had happened “faster” than otherwise would have been the case, reported BBC News. It said membership […]

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#StrongerIn: Eight former US Treasury secretaries says Brexit would be risky for UK

#StrongerIn: Eight former US Treasury secretaries says Brexit would be risky for UK

Ahead of President Obama’s visit to the UK, eight former US Treasury secretaries have declared the Brexit would be very risky for the UK. The advisors, who served both Republican and Democratic presidents, say it could threaten London’s status as a financial capital. In a Times article, they say it would be “difficult” to negotiate […]

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#StrongerIn: Brexit would lead to ‘permanently poorer’ UK warns George Osborne

#StrongerIn: Brexit would lead to ‘permanently poorer’ UK warns George Osborne

Chancellor George Osborne has warned ahead of the UK referendum that the UK would be “permanently poorer” if the vote to leave the EU wins. A Treasury analysis on the cost of an EU exit will say the UK economy could be 6% smaller – the equivalent of £4,300 a year per household – by […]

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