Sunday, 22 May 2016

Gordon Brown makes plea to Brexit backers

"The former Prime Minister will issue the pro-Brussels camp's latest desperate plea to Brexit backers during a speech in London. He is expected to claim around 500,000 new jobs can be created by opening up the single market further to British firms."

"He hopes the speech, at the Fabian Society's summer conference, will persuade Eurosceptic Labour supporters to vote Remain. Brown will say:"

"`My message to young people is that Europe still is the future for jobs, environmental sustainability and fairness. My message to mothers, worried about their children's future, is that the biggest job creator of the next decade will be Europe's single market. This shows why the future is not 'Britain leaving Europe to join the world', but joining with the rest of Europe to lead in the world.`"

And now for the pictures we don`t see on the BBC.

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