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Brexit is the left-wing choice

The Labour Party has "mislaid its radical roots," says Gisela Stuart

By Gisela Stuart  

Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, European Council President Donald Tusk and British Prime Minister David Cameron pictured during at the start of the meeting on the first day of an EU summit meeting, Thursday 18 February 2016, at the European Union headquarters in Brussels.

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