EU referendum: Lord Rose says it is ‘patriotic’ to remain in the EU

Staying in the EU can be the “patriotic course for Britain”, former M&S boss Lord Rose said as he launched the campaign for the UK to remain a member.

Lord Rose, Britain Stronger in Europe chairman, said leaving was “not worth the risk” and said Britain was “surely bigger” than “walking away”.

The EU referendum is due to be held before the end of 2017.

A rival, Eurosceptic, campaign launched on Friday with the message “vote leave, take control”.

Source: EU referendum: Lord Rose says it is ‘patriotic’ to remain in the EU – BBC News

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2 Thoughts to “EU referendum: Lord Rose says it is ‘patriotic’ to remain in the EU”

  1. Marks and Spencers nearly went out of business when the public found out how the greedy barmaids in charge were using child labour and charging extortionate prices for the fruits of that labour. I have absolutely no interest in hearing what this particular a******e has to say on any subject. He is a dyed in the wool corporate elitist and about as far removed from honesty and integrity as the EU “in” campaign could find.

  2. gfranklinpercival

    “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel”. Johnson s., 7 April 1775.

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