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BME voters could swing the referendum—why is Remain neglecting them?

One of Leave's most politically savvy moves was to talk about Commonwealth immigration

By John McTernan  

Nigel Farage leader of the UKIP Party arrives to attend their Spring Conference in Llandudno, North Wales. ©Peter Byrne/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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Britain’s Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities should be at the heart of the referendum debate. They are among the most reliable Labour voters, so they should be central to the effort to get as many people to the polling…

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