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9 Days to the UK vote on EU membership - Excl. Interview w/ Stanley Johnson

9 days to the UK vote on EU membership - Excl. Interview w/ Stanley Johnson
9 days to the UK vote on EU membership
Dear Readers,
EurActiv brings you #EUref Countdown Alerts with EU news and policy insights on the Brexit/Bremain debate.

Stanley Johnson: there is no majority in UK parliament to deliver Brexit

EXCLUSIVE / Stanley Johnson – father of Brexiteer Boris Johnson – has warned that the EU must dump the euro and control immigration, if the UK votes to stay in the bloc in the 23 June referendum. 

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Stanley Johnson is an author, former MEP and EU official, and co-chairman of Environmentalists for Europe. He is also the father of former London Mayor Boris Johnson. He spoke to EurActiv founder Christophe Leclerq.

Brexit could destroy the UK as we know it

The implications for the imminent referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union are huge and wide-ranging – they really couldn’t be any greater, writes Sajjad Karim.
 
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Sajjad Karim is a British Conservative MEP in the ECR group.

Tusk and Junker see Brexit as threat to Western civilisation

If British voters choose to leave the European Union on 23 June it could be the beginning of the end for the bloc and for western political civilisation, Council President Donald Tusk said.
 
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European Parliament plans extraordinary session in case of Brexit vote

As the European Parliament’s last session before the UK referendum drew to a close in Strasbourg, some MEPs openly expressed concerns over Brexit, while others chose to hide their heads in the sand. EurActiv France reports.

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Schäuble: Brexit would see UK leave single market

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble warned on Friday (10 June) that a UK vote to leave the European Union would see Britain shut out of the single market.

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