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Former PM Brown makes 'patriotic' case against Brexit

Former British prime minister Gordon Brown, pictured here on June 3, 2009, said he was setting out a "patriotic" case for Britain to remain in the EU, in his first intervention on the looming referendum
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown said Thursday he was setting out a "patriotic" case for Britain to remain in the EU, in his first intervention on the looming referendum. Brown said it would be a "tragedy" if the campaign to leave the European Union was seen as the patriotic side in the June 23 vote. The Scot said there were two competing visions of Britain: one that "stands aloof", and an "outward-looking" and "internationalist" approach he is promoting.

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