Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
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When Britain voted in the referendum one year and four days ago, the question on the ballot paper was narrow and technical—to remain in or to leave the European Union—but the vote was far from narrow and technical. People saw different questions behind those boxes. Above all, the referendum was a vote on the state of the nation, just as the general election turned out to be. The...
Let me deal with that in relation to EU citizens first. I will discuss it more generally when I get to that part of my speech. As far as EU nationals are concerned, we need to understand the worries of our EU partners. Whatever agreement is put in place, they recognise that it has to last for the lifetime of EU nationals here—the lifetime. In some cases, that will mean 50-plus years....
I will make some progress, if I may. Back home, the divisions are obvious. The Chancellor’s Mansion House speech last week was clearly an attempt to spike the Prime Minister’s Brexit approach. Thus he spoke of a “jobs and prosperity first” Brexit. That reflects the Labour party manifesto, in which we spoke of a “jobs and…economy first” Brexit. The...
Labour MP for Holborn and St Pancras
Entered the House of Commons on 8 May 2015 — General election
Keir Starmer campaigned to remain in the European Union Source: BBC
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