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Keir Starmer agrees with Leave voters’ ‘basic case’ for Brexit


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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said he agreed with the “basic case” made by many Leave supporters during the 2016 Brexit referendum.

Sir Keir said he understood the desire for more “control” from those who wanted the UK to quit the EU, despite his own backing for the Remain campaign.

“During the Brexit referendum I argued for Remain. But I couldn’t disagree with the basic case that many leave voters made to me,” the Labour leader said in a speech on constitutional reform on Monday.

Sir Keir added: “They wanted more control over their lives, they wanted more control over their country. They wanted to create opportunities for the next generation, build communities they felt proud of, have public services they could rely on".

Keir Starmer agrees with Leave voters’ ‘basic case’ for Brexit despite backing Remain (msn.com)

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