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Vote Labour if you want to leave the EU

Labour and the Lib Dems must get behind EU reform

By Christopher Howarth  

Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg. If the two party leaders don't lend their support to EU reform, a British exit could become more likely © RiotsPanel

How should the other parties respond to the Conservatives’ EU referendum bill? Developments in the EU raise important questions: how can the UK find a role for itself in an EU increasingly dominated by the politics of the eurozone? How can the UK align its position as a leading exporter of services with an EU geared around a single market in goods?…

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