In or Out of Market: ONLY BRITAIN CAN SAVE BRITAIN
Peter M Butler
LONDON: In Britain, the battle for - or against – Europe is on. The politicians are stumping the nation telling their respective sides on the emotionally charged issue of continued British membership in the European Economic Community. It's a confusing situation - one that has tragicomic overtones. Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson, having successfully "renegotiated" his nation's membership terms with the EEC, is working hard to draw out the "Yes" vote in the upcoming national referendum. Yet opposition to his leadership in the issue is greatest among the ranks of his Labour Party - in some areas 2 to 1 against the Market. Of course, in the end, it will all be decided by the British public when they go to the polls on June 5 in the first nationwide referendum in Britain's long history. Mr. Wilson, who originally called for the election, says his government will abide by the decision of the electorate.
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